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Costs of dispersal

Dries Bonte UGent, Hans Van Dyck, James M Bullock, Aurelie Coulon, Maria Delgado, Melanie Gibbs, Valérie Lehouck, Erik Matthysen, Karin Mustin, Marjo Saastamoinen, et al. (2012) BIOLOGICAL REVIEWS. 87(2). p.290-312
abstract
Dispersal costs can be classified into energetic, time, risk and opportunity costs and may be levied directly or deferred during departure, transfer and settlement. They may equally be incurred during life stages before the actual dispersal event through investments in special morphologies. Because costs will eventually determine the performance of dispersing individuals and the evolution of dispersal, we here provide an extensive review on the different cost types that occur during dispersal in a wide array of organisms, ranging from micro-organisms to plants, invertebrates and vertebrates. In general, costs of transfer have been more widely documented in actively dispersing organisms, in contrast to a greater focus on costs during departure and settlement in plants and animals with a passive transfer phase. Costs related to the development of specific dispersal attributes appear to be much more prominent than previously accepted. Because costs induce trade-offs, they give rise to covariation between dispersal and other life-history traits at different scales of organismal organisation. The consequences of (i) the presence and magnitude of different costs during different phases of the dispersal process, and (ii) their internal organisation through covariation with other life-history traits, are synthesised with respect to potential consequences for species conservation and the need for development of a new generation of spatial simulation models.
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transfer, settlement, departure, trade-offs, fitness, global change, modelling, plants, micro-organisms, invertebrates, vertebrates, marine, aquatic, terrestrial, movement, CRICKET-GRYLLUS-FIRMUS, WING-POLYMORPHIC CRICKET, IDEAL FREE DISTRIBUTION, ASCIDIAN DIPLOSOMA-LISTERIANUM, CONDITION-DEPENDENT DISPERSAL, BUTTERFLY PARARGE-AEGERIA, PARASITE LOCAL ADAPTATION, MILKWEED BUGS ONCOPELTUS, BIVALVE MACOMA-BALTHICA, LONG-DISTANCE DISPERSAL
journal title
BIOLOGICAL REVIEWS
Biol. Rev.
volume
87
issue
2
pages
290 - 312
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Article
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000302351300003
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BIOLOGY
JCR impact factor
10.256 (2012)
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2/83 (2012)
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1 (2012)
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1464-7931
DOI
10.1111/j.1469-185X.2011.00201.x
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English
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2966379
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http://hdl.handle.net/1854/LU-2966379
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2012-08-01 12:28:33
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  abstract     = {Dispersal costs can be classified into energetic, time, risk and opportunity costs and may be levied directly or deferred during departure, transfer and settlement. They may equally be incurred during life stages before the actual dispersal event through investments in special morphologies. Because costs will eventually determine the performance of dispersing individuals and the evolution of dispersal, we here provide an extensive review on the different cost types that occur during dispersal in a wide array of organisms, ranging from micro-organisms to plants, invertebrates and vertebrates. In general, costs of transfer have been more widely documented in actively dispersing organisms, in contrast to a greater focus on costs during departure and settlement in plants and animals with a passive transfer phase. Costs related to the development of specific dispersal attributes appear to be much more prominent than previously accepted. Because costs induce trade-offs, they give rise to covariation between dispersal and other life-history traits at different scales of organismal organisation. The consequences of (i) the presence and magnitude of different costs during different phases of the dispersal process, and (ii) their internal organisation through covariation with other life-history traits, are synthesised with respect to potential consequences for species conservation and the need for development of a new generation of spatial simulation models.},
  author       = {Bonte, Dries and Van Dyck, Hans and Bullock, James M and Coulon, Aurelie and Delgado, Maria and Gibbs, Melanie and Lehouck, Val{\'e}rie and Matthysen, Erik and Mustin, Karin and Saastamoinen, Marjo and Schtickzelle, Nicolas and Stevens, Virginie M and Vandewoestijne, Sofie and Baguette, Michel and Barton, Kamil and Benton, Tim G and Chaput-Bardy, Audrey and Clobert, Jean and Dytham, Calvin and Hovestadt, Thomas and Meier, Christoph M and Palmer, Steve CF and Turlure, Camille and Travis, Justin MJ},
  issn         = {1464-7931},
  journal      = {BIOLOGICAL REVIEWS},
  keyword      = {transfer,settlement,departure,trade-offs,fitness,global change,modelling,plants,micro-organisms,invertebrates,vertebrates,marine,aquatic,terrestrial,movement,CRICKET-GRYLLUS-FIRMUS,WING-POLYMORPHIC CRICKET,IDEAL FREE DISTRIBUTION,ASCIDIAN DIPLOSOMA-LISTERIANUM,CONDITION-DEPENDENT DISPERSAL,BUTTERFLY PARARGE-AEGERIA,PARASITE LOCAL ADAPTATION,MILKWEED BUGS ONCOPELTUS,BIVALVE MACOMA-BALTHICA,LONG-DISTANCE DISPERSAL},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {2},
  pages        = {290--312},
  title        = {Costs of dispersal},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/j.1469-185X.2011.00201.x},
  volume       = {87},
  year         = {2012},
}

Chicago
Bonte, Dries, Hans Van Dyck, James M Bullock, Aurelie Coulon, Maria Delgado, Melanie Gibbs, Valérie Lehouck, et al. 2012. “Costs of Dispersal.” Biological Reviews 87 (2): 290–312.
APA
Bonte, D., Van Dyck, H., Bullock, J. M., Coulon, A., Delgado, M., Gibbs, M., Lehouck, V., et al. (2012). Costs of dispersal. BIOLOGICAL REVIEWS, 87(2), 290–312.
Vancouver
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Bonte D, Van Dyck H, Bullock JM, Coulon A, Delgado M, Gibbs M, et al. Costs of dispersal. BIOLOGICAL REVIEWS. 2012;87(2):290–312.
MLA
Bonte, Dries, Hans Van Dyck, James M Bullock, et al. “Costs of Dispersal.” BIOLOGICAL REVIEWS 87.2 (2012): 290–312. Print.