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March 2020 - present
Sheffield and Rotherham Wildlife Trust
- Research Officer
Ecological systems are rarely at equilibrium but much of ecological theory is based on stable equilibria. Understanding how populations respond to disturbance is important for management. Future disturbances might be more extreme than disturbances we have previously observed. Therefore, we need an estimate of the upper and lower bound of response:...
Invasive plant species threaten native biodiversity, ecosystems, agriculture, industry and human health worldwide, lending urgency to the search for predictors of plant invasiveness outside native ranges. There is much conflicting evidence about which plant characteristics best predict invasiveness. Here we use a global demographic survey for over...
Preliminary work on simulating population models to aid comparative analysis of stage-based demographic models.