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- 52Lewis, Mark A.
- 6Derocher, Andrew E.
- 6Krkošek, Martin
- 5Peacock, Stephanie J.
- 4Auger-Méthé, Marie
- 4Lutscher, F.
- 51Biological Sciences, Department of
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A body composition model to estimate mammalian energy stores and metabolic rates from body mass and body length, with application to polar bearsDownload
Derocher, Andrew E., Klanjscek, Tin, Molnár, Péter K., Lewis, Mark A., Obbard, Martyn E.
Many species experience large fluctuations in food availability and depend on energy from fat and protein stores for survival, reproduction and growth. Body condition and, more specifically, energy stores thus constitute key variables in the life history of many species. Several indices exist to...
A framework for analyzing the robustness of movement models to variable step discretizationDownload
Schlägel, Ulrike E, Lewis, Mark A.
When sampling animal movement paths, the frequency at which location measurements are attempted is a critical feature for data analysis. Important quantities derived from raw data, e.g. travel distance or sinuosity, can differ largely based on the temporal resolution of the data. Likewise, when...
A mechanistic model for understanding invasions: using the environment as a predictor of population successDownload
DiBacco, C., Lewis, Mark A., Strasser, C. A.
Aim We set out to develop a temperature-and salinity-dependent mechanistic population model for copepods that can be used to understand the role of environmental parameters in population growth or decline. Models are an important tool for understanding the dynamics of invasive species; our model...
Fagan, W. F., Jin, Y., Bishop, J. G., Marleau, J. M., Lewis, Mark A.
The relative importance of plant facilitation and competition during primary succession depends on the development of ecosystem nutrient pools, yet the interaction of these processes remains poorly understood. To explore how these mechanisms interact to drive successional dynamics, we devised a...
Goodsman, Devin W., Koch, Daniel, Whitehouse, Caroline, Evenden, Maya L., Cooke, Barry J., Lewis, Mark A.
We investigate the inside dynamics of solutions to integrodifference equations to understand the genetic consequences of a population with nonoverlapping generations undergoing range expansion. To obtain the inside dynamics, we decompose the solution into neutral genetic components. The inside...
Potapov, A. B., Lewis, Mark A.
We consider the model of invasion prevention in a system of lakes that are connected via traffic of recreational boats. It is shown that, in presence of an Allee effect, the general optimal control problem can be reduced to a significantly simpler stationary optimization problem of optimal...
Krkošek, M., Ashander, J., Lewis, Mark A., Frazer, N.
The exchange of native pathogens between wild and domesticated animals can lead to novel disease threats to wildlife. However, the dynamics of wild host-parasite systems exposed to a reservoir of domesticated hosts are not well understood. A simple mathematical model reveals that the spill-back...
Poulin, R., Connors, B. M., Krkosek, M., Lewis, Mark A.
Allee effects are thought to mediate the dynamics of population colonization, particularly for invasive species. However, Allee effects acting on parasites have rarely been considered in the analogous process of infectious disease establishment and spread. We studied the colonization of...
Holt, R. D., Lewis, Mark A., Keitt, T. H.
All species’ ranges are the result of successful past invasions. Thus, models of species’ invasions and their failure can provide insight into the formation of a species’ geographic range. Here, we study the properties of invasion models when a species cannot persist below a critical population...
Lewis, Mark A., Weinberger, H.F., Li, B.T.
The discrete-time recursion system \un+1=Q[\un] with \un(x) a vector of population distributions of species and Q an operator which models the growth, interaction, and migration of the species is considered. Previously known results are extended so that one can treat the local invasion of an...