Null Models and Dispersal Distributions: A Comment on an Article by Caley \ud

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Rees, M.;
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[FIRST PARAGRAPH]\ud In a recent article Caley (1991) outlined a null model for dispersal distributions\ud against which he suggested empirical data should be compared. He first presented\ud Waser's geometric model (Waser 1985), which can be derived as follows: Dispersi... View more
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