Further Reading

Bullock JM, Kenward RE, and Hails RS (eds.) (2002) Dispersal Ecology. Oxford: Blackwell Science.

Cain ML, Milligan BG, and Strand AE (2000) Long-distance seed dispersal in plant populations. American Journal of Botany 87: 1217-1227.

Clark JS, Lewis M, and Horvath L (2001) Invasion by extremes: Population spread with variation in dispersal and reproduction. American Naturalist 157: 537-554.

Clobert J, Danchin E, Dhondt AA, and Nichols JD (eds.) (2001) Dispersal. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Estoup A, Beaumont M, Sennedot F, Moritz C, and Cornuet JM (2004) Genetic analysis of complex demographic scenarios: Spatially expanding populations of the cane toad. Bufo marinus. Evolution 58: 2021-2036.

Kot M, Medlock J, Reluga T, and Walton DB (2004) Stochasticity, invasions, and branching random walks. Theoretical Population Biology 66: 175-184.

Levin SA, Muller-Landau HC, Nathan R, and Chave J (2003) The ecology and evolution of seed dispersal: A theoretical perspective. Annual Review of Ecology Evolution and Systematics 34: 575-604.

Nathan R and Muller-Landau HC (2000) Spatial patterns of seed dispersal, their determinants and consequences for recruitment. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 15: 278-285.

Nathan R, Perry G, Cronin JT, Strand AE, and Cain ML (2003) Methods for estimating long-distance dispersal. Oikos 103: 261-273.

Okubo A and Levin SA (eds.) (2002) Diffusion and Ecological Problems: Modern Perspectives. New York: Springer.

Olin E, Rhodes J, Chesser RK, and Smith MH (eds.) (1996) Population Dynamics in Ecological Space and Time. Chicago: The University of Chicago Press.

Paetkau D, Slade R, Burden M, and Estoup A (2004) Genetic assignment methods for the direct, real-time estimation of migration rate: A simulation-based exploration of accuracy and power. Molecular Ecology 13: 55-65.

Simmons AD and Thomas CD (2004) Changes in dispersal during species' range expansions. American Naturalist 164: 378-395.

Skalski GT and Gilliam JF (2003) A diffusion-based theory of organism dispersal in heterogeneous populations. American Naturalist 161: 441-458.

Tilman D and Kareiva P (eds.) (1997) Spatial Ecology, the Role of Space in Population Dynamics and Interspecific Interactions. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press.

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