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[02453] Allee effects, Evolutionary game, and Ideal free strategies in Partial Migration Population

  • Session Time & Room : 2D (Aug.22, 15:30-17:10) @E503
  • Type : Contributed Talk
  • Abstract : Allee effect is a density-dependent phenomenon in which population growth or individual components of fitness increase as population density increases. Understanding the density-dependent effect is vital to elucidate how populations evolve and to investigate evolutionary stability. Partial migration, where a proportion of a population migrates while other individuals remain resident, is widespread across most migratory lineages. However, the mechanism is still poorly understood in most taxa, especially those experiencing positive density-dependent effects. In this talk we discuss the evolutionary stability of partial migration population with the only migrant population experiencing Allee effects. Using the Evolutionary Game Theoretic (EGT) approach, we show the existence and uniqueness of a evolutionary stable strategy (ESS). We also show that the ESS is the only Ideal Free distribution (IFD) that arises in the context of a partially migrating population.
  • Classification : 39A60, 92D25, 91A22
  • Format : Talk at Waseda University
  • Author(s) :
    • Yogesh Trivedi (Bits-Pilani, K.K Birla Goa Campus)
    • Ram Singh (Bits-Pilani, K.K Birla Goa Campus)
    • Anushaya Mohapatra (Bits-Pilani, K.K Birla Goa Campus)