Data from: Effects of mis-alignment between dispersal traits and landscape structure on dispersal success in fragmented landscapes

Justine A. Atkins, George L. W. Perry & Todd E. Dennis
Dispersal is fundamental to population dynamics and hence extinction risk. The dispersal success of animals depends on the biophysical structure of their environments and their biological traits; however, comparatively little is known about how evolutionary trade-offs among suites of biological traits affect dispersal potential. We developed a spatially explicit agent-based simulation model to evaluate the influence of trade-offs among a suite of biological traits on the dispersal success of vagile animals in fragmented landscapes. We...

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