Second-order feedback and climatic effects determine the dynamics of a small rodent population in a temperate forest of South America

@article{Mura2003SecondorderFA,
  title={Second-order feedback and climatic effects determine the dynamics of a small rodent population in a temperate forest of South America},
  author={Roberto Mur{\'u}a and Luz Ang{\'e}lica Mu{\~n}oz Gonz{\'a}lez and Mauricio Lima},
  journal={Population Ecology},
  year={2003},
  volume={45},
  pages={19-24}
}
 The multiannual cyclic fluctuations exhibited by arvicoline rodents in the Northern Hemisphere have attracted the attention of population ecologists. However, despite the abundant information on small rodent dynamics in South America, there are no studies reporting cyclic population dynamics. Here, we report evidence of cyclic population dynamics in a South American small rodent, the longhaired field mouse (Abrothrix longipilis) from southern temperate forests in Chile. The time-series… CONTINUE READING
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