Extended Data Figure 3 : Sensitivity of the population growth rate (log(λ)) to changes in statistical parameters of vital rates describing the survival and fertility functions in integral projection models.

From: Climate change selects for heterozygosity in a declining fur seal population

Extended Data Figure 3

Panels a–c show sensitivity to survival of first year females (a), females of ages 1 to 7 (b; continuous lines for pre-breeders and dashed for breeders), and ages 8 or above (c). Panel d shows sensitivity to recruitment (α) and panel e shows sensitivity to inheritance (H(h′|h)), with a dashed line for the variance intercept. Panels f and g show sensitivity to fecundity for ages 3 to 7, and 8 or above, respectively. Panels h and i show sensitivities to breeding success (ς) for ages 3 to 7, and 8 or above, respectively. Red lines are intercepts, black and grey are linear and quadratic SAM index effects, green are homozygosity weighted by locus (HL) effects, and blue are linear age effects. The scale of the vertical axes in panels a–c and e are an order of magnitude higher than in the other panels.