Further Reading

Begon M, Harper JL, and Townsend CR (1996) Ecology: Individuals, Populations, and Communities, 3rd edn. Cambridge, MA: Blackwell Science.

Dempster JP (1975) Animal Population Ecology. New York: Academic Press.

den Boer PJ (1968) Spreading of risk and stabilization of animal numbers. Acta Biotheoretica 18: 165-194.

Dunning JB, Stewart DJ, Danielson BJ, etal. (1995) Spatially explicit population models: Current forms and future uses. Ecological Applications 5(1): 3-11.

Hanski I (1982) Dynamics of regional distribution: The core and satellite species hypothesis. Oikos 38: 210-221.

Hanski I and Gilpin M (1991) Metapopulation dynamics: Brief history and conceptual domain. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 42: 3-16.

Levins R (1969) Some demographic and genetic consequences of environmental heterogeneity for biological control. Bulletin of the Entomological Society of America 15: 237-240.

Odum EP (1959) Fundamentals of Ecology. London: W. B. Saunders.

Pianka ER (1994) Evolutionary Ecology, 5th edn. New York: HarperCollins College Publishers.

Pulliam HR (1996) Sources and sinks: Empirical evidence and population consequences. In: Rhodes OE, Jr., Chesser RK, and Smith MH (eds.) Population Dynamics in Ecological Space and Time, pp. 45-69. Chicago: University Chicago Press.

Pulliam HR (1988) Sources, sinks, and population regulation. American Naturalist 132: 652-661.

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