Population dispersal, Biology

Population Dispersal

Population dispersal is the movement of individuals into or out of the population or the population area. It occurs in three following ways in a population:

  • Emigration - one way outward movement of individuals from an area
  • Immigration - one way inward movement of individuals into an area.
  • Migration - periodic departure and return of individuals to same area.
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