Response to comment on "Levy walks evolve through interaction between movement and environmental complexity"

M. De Jager, F.J. Weissing, P.M.J. Herman, B.A. Nolet, J. Van de Koppel

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Abstract

We agree with Jansen et al. that a composite movement model provides a better statistical description of mussel movement than any simple movement strategy. This does not undermine the take-home message of our paper, which addresses the feedback between individual movement patterns and spatial complexity. Simple movement strategies provide more insight in the eco-evolutionary analysis and are therefore our model of choice.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)918
JournalScience Magazine
Volume335
Issue number6071
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2012

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