Data from: Effective size in density-dependent two-sex populations: the effect of mating systems

Ane Marlene Myhre, Steinar Engen, Bernt-Erik Sæther & B.-E. SAEther
Density dependence in vital rates is a key feature affecting temporal fluctuations of natural populations. This has important implications for the rate of random genetic drift. Mating systems also greatly affect effective population sizes, but knowledge of how mating system and density regulation interact to affect random genetic drift is poor. Using theoretical models and simulations, we compare Ne in short-lived, density dependent animal populations with different mating systems. We study the impact of a...
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