103 popgrowth

103 popgrowth - OUTLINE POPULATION REGULATION 1 POPULATION...

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OUTLINE: POPULATION REGULATION 1. POPULATION GROWTH. 2. R-SELECTED AND K-SELECTED SPECIES. 3. POPULATION REGULATION - abiotic, biotic Suggested readings: Murrow, J.L., et al. 2009. Demographics of an experimentally released population of elk in Great Smoky Mtns Nat. Park. Journal Wildlife Management 73:1261-1269.
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MOVEMENT IN & OUT OF POPS. IMMIGRATION – MOVEMENT IN EMIGRATION – MOVEMENT OUT
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IMMIGRATION + EMIGRATION = DISPERSAL IMMIGRATION AND EMIGRATION ARE OFTEN THE HARDEST OF THE “BIDE” FACTORS TO STUDY. DISPERSAL – _____________________ _________________________________ ___________________________.
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MUCH OF THE INTEREST IN POPULATION ECOLOGY CENTERS AROUND EXAMPLES OF POPULATION GROWTH Bald Eagles increasing Polar bears decreasing 2009-2010 examples:
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GROWTH RATES – ________________ ________________________________. _________________________________ _ _________________________________ _ STABLE POPULATION:
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This note was uploaded on 02/26/2012 for the course FNR 103 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '08 term at Purdue.

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103 popgrowth - OUTLINE POPULATION REGULATION 1 POPULATION...

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