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TERRITORY SIZE OF A MIGRATORY SONGBIRD IN RESPONSE TO CATERPILLAR DENSITY AND FOLIAGE STRUCTURE

M. R. MARSHALL

TERRITORY SIZE OF A MIGRATORY SONGBIRD IN RESPONSE TO CATERPILLAR DENSITY AND FOLIAGE STRUCTURE

by M. R. MARSHALL

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Online version of print publication ECOLOGY v.85, no.2 (2004) : 432-445.

ContributionsCOOPER, R. J.
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These models A.R.M. are the assumpare used to estimate, from hunter harvest numbers and sometimes the tions that (1) a suitable physical condition of deer, where a population lies on the yield curve, management structure, which shows the hump-shaped relationship between deer population complete with qualified density and sustainable annual. Territory density—The overall territory density including all species of forest songbirds was significantly lower (F 4,8 = , p territory density had a quadratic Cited by:

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Low wood density of C. vitifolium stems (\ g/cm3) and lignotubers (\ g/cm3) provided water and starch storage needed to support phenological events such as branch extension, leaf flushing, and reproduction during the dry season, and probably also contributed to survival following mechanical damage and fire, typical of early TDF. Climate Change and Migratory Species BTO Research Report Climate Change and Migratory Species Authors Robert A. Robinson1, Jennifer A. Learmonth2, Anthony M. Hutson3, Colin D. Macleod2, Tim H. Sparks4, David I. Leech1, Graham J. Pierce2, Mark M. Rehfisch1 & Humphrey Q.P. Crick1.


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