Local extinction, or extirpation, is the condition of a species (or other taxon) that
ceases to exist in the chosen geographic area of study, though it still exists ...
tr.v. ex·tir·pat·ed, ex·tir·pat·ing, ex·tir·pates. 1. a. To destroy totally; kill off: an effort
to reintroduce wildlife that had been extirpated from the region. b. To render ...
Local extinctions mean the loss of the egenetic diversity represented by that
population and the removal of that species' contribution to the local ecosystem.
Jun 29, 2012 ... We compared avifauna checklists made between 1877 and 1938 with current
checklists to determine the extent of local bird extinctions during ...
The potential effect of local extinction was first noted by Wright (1940) and has
been addressed by theoreticians including Slatkin (1977), Maruyama and Kimura
Apr 7, 2013 ... However, in some cases a species only becomes locally extinct, and may be able
to reinvade from surrounding communities. Here, we use a ...
Mar 19, 2014 ... Citation: Wilder BT, Betancourt JL, Epps CW, Crowhurst RS, Mead JI, Ezcurra E (
2014) Local Extinction and Unintentional Rewilding of Bighorn ...
Such a species can become locally extinct on a regional or landscape scale in ...
also result in local extinction, but these processes are not mutually exclusive.
functions are lost, which was based on the probability of local extinction of the ...
A third component of diversity, heterogeneity among extinction probabilities of.