Data from: Why we should care about movements: Using spatially explicit integrated population models to assess habitat source-sink dynamics

Matthieu Paquet, Debora Arlt, Jonas Knape, Matthew Low, Pär Forslund & Tomas Pärt
1. Assessing the source-sink status of populations and habitats is of major importance for understanding population dynamics and for the management of natural populations. Sources produce a net surplus of individuals (per capita contribution to the metapopulation >1) and will be the main contributors for self-sustaining populations, whereas sinks produce a deficit (contribution < 1). However, making these types of assessments is generally hindered by the problem of separating mortality from permanent emigration, especially when...
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