Data from: The highs and lows of dispersal: how connectivity and initial population size jointly shape establishment dynamics in discrete landscapes

Thibaut Morel-Journel, Pierre Girod, Ludovic Mailleret, Alexandra Auguste, Aurélie Blin & Elodie Vercken
Identifying the main factors driving introduced populations to establishment is a major challenge of invasion biology. Due to their small initial size, introduced populations are most vulnerable to extinction because of demographic stochasticity or Allee effects. While an increase in initial population size is known to increase establishment success, much remains to be understood regarding its interplay with connectivity in spatially structured environments. In order to better understand how demographic mechanisms interact at such spatial...
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