Alexandre Robert, Stéphane Chantepie, Samuel Pavard, François Sarrazin, and Céline Teplitsky. 2015. Actuarial senescence can increase the risk of extinction of mammal populations. Ecological Applications 25:116–124. http://dx.doi.org/10.1890/14-0221.1
Appendix A: Morphological, behavioral, and demographic data and references for 58 mammal species.
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Appendix B: Examples of life cycles used in the analysis.
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Appendix C: Relationship between the equilibrium number of adult individuals (K) and the maximal number of mating events (MEmax).
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Appendix D: Magnitudes of demographic changes associated with actuarial senescence: details on population dynamics indices.
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Appendix E: Basic demographic properties and viability metrics inferred from deterministic and stochastic population dynamics models.
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Appendix F: Magnitudes of demographic changes associated with actuarial senescence: effect of taxonomy.
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Appendix G: Relationships between changes in population dynamics associated with actuarial senescence and life history trait predictors in 58 species of mammals: details of statistical relationships.
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Appendix H: Relationships between changes in extinction time associated with actuarial senescence and life history trait predictors in 58 species of mammals: alternative models and parameters.
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