Data from: Self-recruitment in a Caribbean reef fish: a method for approximating dispersal kernels accounting for seascape

Cassidy C. D'Aloia, Steven M. Bogdanowicz, John E. Majoris, Richard G. Harrison & Peter M. Buston
Characterizing patterns of larval dispersal is essential to understanding the ecological and evolutionary dynamics of marine metapopulations. Recent research has measured local dispersal within populations, but the development of marine dispersal kernels from empirical data remains a challenge. We propose a framework to move beyond point estimates of dispersal towards the approximation of a simple dispersal kernel, based on the hypothesis that the structure of the seascape is a primary predictor of realized dispersal patterns....
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