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Final Report: The Effects of Climate on Scaled Quail Reproduction and Survival


2018-12-29 00:00:00
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James W Cain, Jay Gedir, Colleen A Caldwell, and Scott A Carleton, Final Report: The Effects of Climate on Scaled Quail Reproduction and Survival: .


The responses of individual species to environmental changes can be manifested at multiple levels that range from individual-level (i.e., behavioral responses) to population-level (i.e., demographic) impacts. Major environmental changes that ultimately result in population level impacts are often first detected as individual-level responses. For example, herbivores respond to limited forage availability during drought periods by increasing the duration of foraging periods and expanding home range areas to compensate for the reduction in forage. However, if the individual-level responses are not sufficient to compensate for reduced forage availability, reduced survival and reproductive rates may result. We studied the impacts of drought [...]


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  • National CASC
  • National and Regional Climate Adaptation Science Centers

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