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The sublethal effects of high predation risk on both prey behavior and physiology may have long-term consequences for prey population dynamics. We tested the hypothesis that snowshoe hares during the population decline are chronically stressed because of high predation risk whereas those during...
McCune and Allen (1985) asked the question ““Will similar forests develop on similar sites?”” and concluded that dissimilar old-growth forests had developed on similar sites due to historical factors (colonization, disturbance, etc.). We asked ““Do similar zooplankton communities...
Monte Carlo simulations were conducted to evaluate robustness of four tests to detect density dependence, from series of population abundances, to the addition of sampling variance. Population abundances were generated from random walk, stochastic exponential growth, and density-dependent...
We assessed the relative importance of environmental variation, interspecific competition for space, and predator abundance on assemblage structure and microhabitat use in a stream fish assemblage inhabiting Coweeta Creek, North Carolina, USA. Our study encompassed a 10––yr time span...
The use of metapopulation models in conservation biology is growing exponentially, but there is a need for empirical studies that support theoretical approaches, especially for species with large and long-lived individuals. In this paper we explore the viability and dynamics of a real...
The effects of forest fragmentation on beetle species composition were investigated in an experimentally fragmented tropical forest landscape in Central Amazonia. Leaf-litter beetles were sampled at seven distances from the forest edge (0––420 m) along forest edge-to-interior transects in two...
The distribution of many woodland herbs extends 1000––2000 km in a north––south direction, yet the majority of these species grow clonally, have little recruitment by seed, and possess no obvious mechanism for long-distance seed dispersal. Although aware that woodland herbs disperse...
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