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Growth rate not carrying capacity determines extinction in simple stochastic model

Growth rate not carrying capacity determines extinction in simple stochastic model

Oecologia 31(1): 131-132

A simple stochastic model of logistic population growth is considered. The criterion for eventual extinction is a function of population growth rate, not of carrying capacity.

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DOI: 10.1007/bf00348716

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