Data for: Density dependence and spatial heterogeneity limit the population growth rate of invasive pines at the landscape scale

Rowan Sprague, Philip Hulme, Elena Moltchanova & William Godsoe
Determining population growth across large scales is difficult because it is often impractical to collect data at large scales and over long timespans. Instead, the growth of a population is often only measured at a small, plot-level scale and then extrapolated to derive a mean field estimate. However, this approach is prone to error since it simplifies spatial processes such as the neighbourhood effects of density and dispersal. We present a novel approach that estimates...
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