The predictive accuracy of population viability analysis: a test using data from two small mammal species in a fragmented landscape
This study examines the predictive accuracy of the population viability analysis package, ALEX (Analysis of the Likelihood of Extinction). ALEX was used to predict the probability of patch occupancy for two species of small native Australian mammals (Antechinus agilis and Rattus fuscipes) among 13 patches of suitable habitat in a matrix of plantation pines (Pinus radiata). The study was retrospective, running each simulation from 1900 until 1997, and the model parameterised without knowledge of...[Show more]
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