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Creating a stage-based deterministic PVA model - the western prairie fringed orchid [Exercise 12]Author(s): Carolyn Hull Sieg; Rudy M. King; Fred Van Dyke
Source: In: Van Dyke, Fred, ed. A Workbook In Conservation: Solving Practical Problems in Conservation. New York, NY: McGraw-Hill. p. 91-99.
Publication Series: Book Chapter
Station: Rocky Mountain Research Station
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DescriptionContemporary efforts to conserve populations and species often employ population viability analysis (PVA), a specific application of population modeling that estimates the effects of environmental and demographic processes on population growth rates. These models can also be used to estimate probabilities that a population will fall below a certain level. This information is helpful in understanding the threat of a species' extinction from environmental and demographic factors.
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CitationSieg, Carolyn Hull; King, Rudy M.; Van Dyke, Fred. 2003. Creating a stage-based deterministic PVA model - the western prairie fringed orchid [Exercise 12]. In: Van Dyke, Fred, ed. A Workbook In Conservation: Solving Practical Problems in Conservation. New York, NY: McGraw-Hill. p. 91-99.
Keywordspopulation viability analysis (PVA), western prairie fringed orchid, estimate, population
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