Density-dependent feedbacks can mask environmental drivers of populations

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I present some results from studies identifying environmental drivers of vital rates and population dynamics when controlling for intraspecific density statistically or experimentally, show that density dependence can be strong even in populations of slow-growing species in stressful habitats, and argue that controlling for density will often be necessary for identifying spatial variation in environmental drivers of demographic patterns in plants.
Original languageEnglish
Publication date2014
Publication statusPublished - 2014
Event99th Ecological Society of America Annual Meeting - Sacramento, CA, United States
Duration: 10. Aug 201415. Aug 2014

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Conference99th Ecological Society of America Annual Meeting
CountryUnited States
CitySacramento, CA
Period10/08/201415/08/2014

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density dependence
population dynamics
spatial variation
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environmental study

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Dahlgren, J. P. (2014). Density-dependent feedbacks can mask environmental drivers of populations. Abstract from 99th Ecological Society of America Annual Meeting, Sacramento, CA, United States.
Dahlgren, Johan Petter. / Density-dependent feedbacks can mask environmental drivers of populations. Abstract from 99th Ecological Society of America Annual Meeting, Sacramento, CA, United States.
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2014. Abstract from 99th Ecological Society of America Annual Meeting, Sacramento, CA, United States.

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