Effects of time since fire on frog occurrence are altered by isolation, vegetation and fire frequency gradients
Aim: To quantify how frogs in terrestrial environments respond to recurrent fire, and to what extent this is mediated by isolation from breeding sites or vegetation structure.Location: Jervis Bay, south- eastern Australia.Methods: We used data from 8 years of pitfall trapping, collected via a random strati-fied design, to quantify frog occurrence at 110 locations. We then used an information theoretic approach to compare 13 logistic generalized linear mixed models, each of which related frog...[Show more]
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