Spatial covariation of fish population vital rates in a stream network

Jun-Ichi Tsuboi, Kentaro Morita, Yusuke Koseki, Shinsuke Endo, Genki Sahashi, Daisuke Kishi, Takeshi Kikko, Daisuke Ishizaki, Masanori Nunokawa & Yoichiro Kanno
Animal populations are spatially structured in heterogeneous landscapes, in which local patches with differing vital rates are connected by dispersal of individuals to varying degrees. Although there is evidence that vital rates differ among local populations, much less is understood about how vital rates covary among local patches in spatially heterogeneous landscapes. In this study, we conducted a 9-year annual mark-recapture survey to characterize spatial covariation of survival and growth for two Japanese native salmonids,...
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