Study ID 314

Successional Dynamics on a Resampled Chronosequence Small mammal abundance

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Realm: Terrestrial
Climate: Temperate
Biome: Temperate broadleaf and mixed forests
Central latitude: 45.400000
Central longitude: -93.200000
Duration: 3 years, from 1983 to 1985

118 records

6 distinct species

Across the time series Peromyscus leucopus is the most frequently occurring species

Citation(s):

Knops, J. & Tilman, D. Successional Dynamics on a Resampled Chronosequence - Experiment 014. Cedar Creek Ecosystem Science Reserve. Available at http://www.cedarcreek.umn.edu/research/data/dataset?ghe014, accessed 2016.

Methods

In 1984 small mammals were trapped. Snap traps were baited with oatmeal/peanut butter and a trap placed at each stake (0. 10. 20. 30. 40. 50m). All transects in 1 field were trapped on the same night. One trapping session for 1 field consisted of 3 consecutive nights of trapping. Fields were trapped twice (2 sessions) in August and once in September. Small mammal traps Unit of abundance = IndCountInt, Unit of biomass = NA