EFFECTS OF FOOD AND DEN-SITE SUPPLEMENTATION ON POPULATIONS OF GLAUCOMYS SABRINUS AND TAMIASCIURUS DOUGLASII

@inproceedings{Ransome2004EFFECTSOF,
  title={EFFECTS OF FOOD AND DEN-SITE SUPPLEMENTATION ON POPULATIONS OF GLAUCOMYS SABRINUS AND TAMIASCIURUS DOUGLASII},
  author={Douglas B. Ransome and T. P. Sullivan},
  year={2004}
}
Abstract We examined effects of food and den site supplementation on population dynamics of Glaucomys sabrinus and Tamiasciurus douglasii in mature second-growth forests in British Columbia, Canada. We tested the hypothesis that populations of these squirrels were limited by abundance of food, not den sites. Populations were sampled intensively from June 1996 to March 1999 on controls and grids supplemented with food, food and nest boxes, and nest boxes. Analysis of variance revealed no… Expand
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