Population dynamics of Clethrionomys and Peromyscus in southwestern Yukon 1973-1989

@inproceedings{Gilbert1991PopulationDO,
  title={Population dynamics of Clethrionomys and Peromyscus in southwestern Yukon 1973-1989},
  author={B. Scott Gilbert and Charles J Krebs},
  year={1991}
}
Clethrionomys ruiilus and Peromyscus maniculaius occur together in the boreal forest of southwestern Yukon and we studied their population dynamics on unmanipulated live-trapping grids for 17 yr. Peromyscus showed a regular seasonal change in numbers each year with little interannual variation. Clethrionomys by comparison, showed low density fluctuations during one period (1976-1982) followed by changes in number in the next period that are consistent with a typical 3-4 yr microtine cycle… CONTINUE READING

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