Data from: Ecological traps for large-scale invasive species control: predicting settling rules by recolonising American mink post-culling

Yolanda Melero, Thomas Cornulier, Matthew K. Oliver & Xavier Lambin
1. Management programs worldwide seeking to reduce the density of invasive species must overcome compensatory processes, such as recolonisation by dispersers from non- or partially-controlled areas. However, the scale and drivers of dispersal in such context are poorly known. 2. We investigated the dispersal patterns of American mink reinvading 20,000 km2 of their non-native range following a culling programme led by citizen conservationists. Using multinomial models, we estimated the contributions of density dependence, proxies for...
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