Data from: Environmental fluctuations promote intraspecific diversity and population persistence via inflationary effects

Daniel J. Wieczynski & David A. Vasseur
The impact of temporal variation in the environment, specifically the amount of temporal autocorrelation, on population processes is of growing interest in ecology and evolutionary biology. It was recently discovered that temporal autocorrelation in the environment can significantly increase the abundance of populations that would otherwise have low, or even negative long-term growth rates (via so-called ‘inflationary effects’), provided that immigration from another source prevents extinction. Here we use a mathematical model to ask whether...
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