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Graeme Caughley and the fundamentals of population ecology: a personal view

Sibly, R. M. (2009) Graeme Caughley and the fundamentals of population ecology: a personal view. Wildlife Research, 36 (1). pp. 16-22. ISSN 1035-3712

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To link to this article DOI: 10.1071/wr08024

Abstract/Summary

Caughley's contributions to single-species population ecology are here discussed in the light of some of the ideas and studies his work elicited, with particular reference to influences on my own work and that of my collaborators. Major themes are the manner and extent of population regulation; the alternate perspectives on population regulation that are obtained by density-dependence analyses and mechanistic analyses in terms of food availability and other causal factors; and ways in which mechanistic analyses can be elaborated to characterise a species' ecological niche and relate it to the species' geographic range.

Item Type:Article
Refereed:Yes
Divisions:Faculty of Life Sciences > School of Biological Sciences
ID Code:9700
Uncontrolled Keywords:DENSITY-DEPENDENCE, LARGE HERBIVORES, GROWTH RATE, DYNAMICS, NICHE, BIRDS, PARADIGMS, INSECTS, MAMMALS, FISH

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