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Physical Review E
How high should be the rate of immigration into a stochastic population in order to significantly reduce the probability of observing the population extinct? Is there any relation between the population size distributions with and without immigration? Under what conditions can one justify the simple patch occupancy models which ignore the population distribution and its dynamics in a patch, and treat a patch simply as either occupied or empty? We address these questions by exactly solving adoi:10.1103/physreve.88.012124 pmid:23944431 fatcat:jzmmuzxu4zbg5eqwnbywc3kuqm