Study ID 53

An 11-year study of small mammal populations at Mont St. Hilaire. Quebec

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Realm: Terrestrial
Climate: Temperate
Biome: Temperate broadleaf and mixed forests
Central latitude: 45.564000
Central longitude: -73.179000
Duration: 10 years, from 1966 to 1976

44 records

5 distinct species

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

Citation(s):

Grant, P. R. (1976) An 11-year study of small mammal populations at Mont St. Hilaire, Quebec. Canadian Journal of Zoology, 54, 2156–2173.Grant, P. R. (1976) "An 11-year study of small mammal populations at Mont St. Hilaire, Quebec". NERC Centre for Population Biology, Imperial College. The Global Population Dynamics Database v2.0. Available at: http://www3.imperial.ac.uk/cpb/databases/gpdd, accessed 2012.

Methods

Mont St. Hilaire has an area of about 10 km2 covered by sugar maple and beech forest.Longworth traps were used on 46 grids from 1966 to 1976 in the snow-free period. mainly in June.One thousand and fifty-one individuals of 10 species of small mammals were captured. Unit of abundance = MeanCount, Unit of biomass = NA