Population dynamics of two rodent species in agro-ecosystems of central Argentina: intra-specific competition, land-use, and climate effects

@article{Andreo2008PopulationDO,
  title={Population dynamics of two rodent species in agro-ecosystems of central Argentina: intra-specific competition, land-use, and climate effects},
  author={Veronica Andreo and Mauricio Lima and Cecilia Provensal and Jos{\'e} W. Priotto and Jaime Polop},
  journal={Population Ecology},
  year={2008},
  volume={51},
  pages={297-306}
}
Understanding the role of feedback structure (endogenous processes) and exogenous (climatic and environmental) factors in shaping the dynamics of natural populations is a central challenge within the field of population ecology. We attempted to explain the numerical fluctuations of two sympatric rodent species in agro-ecosystems of central Argentina using Royama’s theoretical framework for analyzing the dynamics of populations influenced by exogenous climatic forces. We found that both rodent… CONTINUE READING
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