Sources, sinks and distribution: a graphical model for management

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    Abstract

    The dynamics of wildlife populations can differ between net exporters (sources) to net importers (sinks). These phenomena, the outcomes of demographic processes have been described and illustrated in a graphical model (the compensation axis). The distribution of a species in a landscape can have many characteristics from continuous to patchy. Population dynamics and distribution are fundamental properties of a species that need to be defined for management in a landscape setting. A graphic model is described that combines the concepts of sources, sinks and distribution. The implications for wildlife management are described.
    Original languageEnglish
    Pages1
    Number of pages1
    Publication statusPublished - 2002
    Event15th Scientific Meeting and Annual General Meeting - Camden, Australia
    Duration: 9 Dec 200211 Dec 2002

    Conference

    Conference15th Scientific Meeting and Annual General Meeting
    CountryAustralia
    CityCamden
    Period9/12/0211/12/02

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    Hone, L. (2002). Sources, sinks and distribution: a graphical model for management. 1. Abstract from 15th Scientific Meeting and Annual General Meeting, Camden, Australia.