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Interactive effects of land use, temperature, and predators determine native and invasive mosquito distributions
1. Land-use and climate change could alter the distribution of both native and exotic mosquitoes by changing abiotic and biotic characteristics of freshwater habitats. We initially studied the influence of land use on ...
The scaling of population persistence with carrying capacity does not asymptote in populations of a fish experiencing extreme climate variability.
Despite growing concerns regarding increasing frequency of extreme climate events and declining population sizes, the influence of environmental stochasticity on the relationship between population carrying capacity and ...
The impact of trout on galaxiid fishes in New Zealand
(NEW ZEALAND ECOL SOC, 2010)
Compared with the effect of invaders on the native terrestrial fauna of New Zealand, interactions between native fishes and introduced trout (sports fish in the genera Salmo, Oncorhynchus and Salvelinus) are less well known ...