A simple landscape-scale test of a spatially explicit population model: patch occupancy in fragmented south-eastern Australian forests
The results of a landscape-scale test of ALEX, a widely used metapopulation model for Population Viability Analysis (PVA), are described. ALEX was used to predict patch occupancy by the laughing kookkburra and the sacred kingfisher in patches of eucalypt
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