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1. Population responses to extrinsic mortality can yield no change in the number of survivors (compensation) or an increase in the number of survivors (overcompensation) when the population is regulated by negative density‐dependence. This intriguing response has been the subject of theoretical studies, but few experiments have explored how the sou...
Extrinsic mortality impinging on negative density‐dependent populations can result in no change in the number of survivors (compensation) or an increase (overcompensation) by releasing the population from density‐dependent effects on survivorship. The relationship between the level of extrinsic mortality (i.e., percentage of mortality) and the leve...
Understanding the scales over which land use affects animal populations is critical for conservation planning, and it can provide information about the mechanisms that underlie correlations between species distributions and land use. We used a citizen science database of anuran surveys to examine the relationship between road density, land use and...