Data and code from: Phenotypic memory drives population growth and extinction risk in a noisy environment

Marie Rescan, Daphné Grulois, Enrique Ortega-Aboud & Luis-Miguel Chevin
Random environmental fluctuations pose major threats to wild populations. As patterns of environmental noise are themselves altered by global change, there is growing need to identify general mechanisms underlying their effects on population dynamics. This notably requires understanding and predicting population responses to the color of environmental noise, i.e. its temporal autocorrelation pattern. Here, we show experimentally that environmental autocorrelation has a large influence on population dynamics and extinction rates, which can be predicted accurately...
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