Persistence versus extinction for two competing species under a climate change
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Zewei Zhang
Southwest University; Xinjiang University of Finance and Economics, China
Wendi Wang
Southwest University, China
Jiangtao Yang
Southwest University, China
Published 2017-05-10
https://doi.org/10.15388/NA.2017.3.1
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Keywords

competition–diffusion system
climate change
persistence
spreading speed

How to Cite

Zhang Z., Wang W. and Yang J. (2017) “Persistence versus extinction for two competing species under a climate change”, Nonlinear Analysis: Modelling and Control, 22(3), pp. 285-302. doi: 10.15388/NA.2017.3.1.

Abstract

This paper considers effects of a climate-induced range shift on outcomes of two competitive species, which is modeled by a reaction–diffusion system with the increasing growth rates of species along a shifting habitat gradient. Analytical conditions are established for the coexistence or competitive exclusion of two-competitors under the climate change, which present the control strategies to maintain the persistence of species.

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