The shape of red grouse cycles

@inproceedings{Shaw2004TheSO,
  title={The shape of red grouse cycles},
  author={Darren J Shaw and Daniel T. Haydon and Isabella M. Cattadori and Peter John Hudson and Simon J. Thirgood},
  year={2004}
}
Summary 1. We examined 223 time-series of red grouse ( Lagopus lagopus scoticus ) numbers compiled from shooting bag-records from grouse moors located across England, Scotland and Wales for evidence of non-time-reversibility, asymmetry in cycle shape and non-linearity. 2. We found 44% of time-series to be non-time-reversible. Over 80% of time-series spent more time increasing than decreasing (but only 32% did so significantly). 3. Non-linearity was detected in 44% of time-series examined, and… CONTINUE READING
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