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Integrated population modelling reveals a perceived source to be a cryptic sink

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Integrated population modelling reveals a perceived source to be a cryptic sink

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Integrated population modelling reveals a perceived source to be a cryptic sink

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Integrated population modelling reveals a perceived source to be a cryptic sink

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Integrated population modelling reveals a perceived source to be a cryptic sink

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England: Blackwell Scientific Publ

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The Journal of animal ecology, 2016, Vol.85 (2), p.467-475

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TN_cdi_pubmedcentral_primary_oai_pubmedcentral_nih_gov_4785613

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English

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England: Blackwell Scientific Publ

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Demographic links among fragmented populations are commonly studied as source‐sink dynamics, whereby source populations exhibit net recruitment and net emigration, while sinks suffer net mortality but enjoy net immigration. It is commonly assumed that large, persistent aggregations of individuals must be sources, but this ignores the possibility th...

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Integrated population modelling reveals a perceived source to be a cryptic sink

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0021-8790

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1365-2656

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10.1111/1365-2656.12481

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