Evidence for Edge Effects on Multiple Levels in Tallgrass Prairie
We tested how edges affect nest survival and predator distribution in a native tallgrass prairie system in southwestern Missouri using artificial nests, natural nests of Dickcissels (Spiza americana) and Henslow’s Sparrows (Ammodramus henslowii), and mammal track stations.
Winter, M., D.H. Johnson, and J. Faaborg. 2000. Evidence for edge effects on multiple levels in tallgrass prairie. The Condor 102:256-266.
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