Long-term mammal and nocturnal bird trends are influenced by vegetation type, weather and climate in temperate woodlands
Many studies have documented the individual effects of variables such as vegetation, long-term climate and short-term weather on biodiversity. Few, however, have explicitly explored how interactions among these major drivers can influence species abundance. We used data from a 15-year study (2002-2017) in the endangered temperate woodlands of south-eastern Australia to test hypotheses associated with the effects of vegetation type, long-term climate, and short-term weather on population...[Show more]
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