Browse Prairie Research Institute by Subject "natal dispersal"

  • Hoover, Jeffrey P. (Division of Ecology and Conservation Science Section for Wildlife and Plant Ecology, 2008-10-27)
    Natal dispersal, the movement from a natal site (place of birth) to a new breeding site, is probably the most important and least understood life history trait in wild animals. It is fundamental to the ecological understanding ...


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