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Snyder, Robin - Department of Biology, Case Western Reserve University
Invasibility in a spatiotemporally fluctuating environment is determined by the periodicity
How Demographic Stochasticity Can Slow Biological Invasions Author(s): Robin E. Snyder
doi: 10.1098/rspb.2010.1549 published online 15 September 2010Proc. R. Soc. B
Multiple risk reduction mechanisms: can dormancy substitute for dispersal?
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A Analytic approximation for invader fitness (elec-tronic supplement)
DOI 10.1007/s12080-008-0015-3 ORIGINAL PAPER
A Calculating the coevolved dispersal distances The calculations for the baseline model (monoculture evolution in the presence of moderate
Appendix S1: Derivation of the optimality condition Here I derive expressions for the resident and invader seed density distributions and
Coexistence and Coevolution in Fluctuating Environments: Can the Storage Effect Evolve? Author(s): Robin E. Snyder, Peter B. Adler, Associate Editor: Marc Mangel, Editor: Ruth G.
Theor Ecol (2009) 2:7987 DOI 10.1007/s12080-008-0030-4
Theoretical Population Biology 72 (2007) 720 Spatiotemporal population distributions and their implications for
Theoretical Population Biology 77 (2010) 243249 Contents lists available at ScienceDirect
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