Effects of prescribed fire, supplemental feeding, and mammalian predator exclusion on hispid cotton rat populations

@article{Morris2011EffectsOP,
  title={Effects of prescribed fire, supplemental feeding, and mammalian predator exclusion on hispid cotton rat populations},
  author={Gail Morris and Jeffrey A. Hostetler and L. Mike Conner and Madan Kumar Oli},
  journal={Oecologia},
  year={2011},
  volume={167},
  pages={1005-1016}
}
Predation and food resources can strongly affect small mammal population dynamics directly by altering vital rates or indirectly by influencing behaviors. Fire may also strongly influence population dynamics of species inhabiting fire-adapted habitats because fire can alter food and cover availability. We used capture–mark–recapture and radio-telemetry studies to experimentally examine how supplemental feeding, mammalian predator exclusion, and prescribed fire affected survival, abundance, and… CONTINUE READING
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