Weather effects on birds of different size are mediated by long-term climate and vegetation type in endangered temperate woodlands
Species occurrence is influenced by a range of factors including habitat attributes, climate, weather and human landscape modification. These drivers are likely to interact, but their effects are frequently quantified independently. Here we report the results of a 13-year study of temperate woodland birds in south-eastern Australia to quantify how different sized birds respond to the interacting effects of: (1) short-term weather (rainfall and temperature in the 12 months preceding our...[Show more]
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