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Interacting livestock and fire may both threaten and increase viability of a fire‐adapted Mediterranean carnivorous plant

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Quantifying interactive effects of environmental drivers on population dynamics can be critical for a robust analysis of population viability. Fire regimes, among the most widespread disturbances driving population dynamics, are increasingly modified by and interact with human activities. However, viability of fire‐adapted species is typically assessed overlooking disturbance interactions, potentially resulting in suboptimal management actions.
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Keywords: Bayesian integral projection models; Drosophyllum lusitanicum; disturbance interactions; elasticities; environmental drivers; fire; livestock disturbance; quasi‐extinction; stochastic population growth rate (log λs)

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: December 1, 2017

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