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Macroecology, geographic range size–body size relationship and minimum viable population analysis for new world carnivora

Oleh   Jose Alexandre Felizola Diniz-Filho [-]
Kontributor / Dosen Pembimbing : Priscilla Carvalho, Luis Mauricio Bini
Jenis Koleksi : Jurnal elektronik
Penerbit : Lain-lain
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Kata Kunci : Macroecology; Geographic range size; Home range size; Extinction; Minimum viable population size
Sumber : ScienceDirect, Acta Oecologica 27 (2005) 25–30
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Macroecology deals with variation and covariation of complex variables, such as body size, population density and geographic range size (GRS), measured across species at broad spatial scales. Despite the increasing number of papers in this field, little attention has been given to the links between patterns at different scales. In this paper, we analysed the constraint envelope formed by the macroecological relationship between GRS and body size for 70 species of New World terrestrial Carnivora. The lower-right constraint line of this envelope is usually interpreted as the minimum viable GRS that keeps extinction risks relatively low across evolutionary time, and in this paper we fitted this line by multiplying average home range size (established by allometric equations) by different minimum viable population sizes, establishing a minimum viable GRS....