Browse by Subject "survival"
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(2012-05-22)Historically, frogeye leaf spot (FLS; caused by Cercospora sojina) of soybean has been observed more frequently in the southern U.S. than the north central U.S. However, in recent years, FLS field observations have been ...
Diffusion, co-evolution and strategic interdependence in comparative and international politics: new spatial econometric and event history approaches (2013-02-03)Interdependence is ubiquitous across theories of democratization. For example, the level of democracy in one country might be dependent on its level in other countries; the timing of democratization might be related ...
(2014-09-16)Population declines of many species of songbirds have stimulated much research on breeding, migration, and wintering ecology. Until recently, the post-breeding season, the period from the completion of breeding and the ...
Habitat selection, survival, and disease risk of semiaquatic mammals in a highly altered landscape (2015-07-13)Landscape change in the Midwest, USA has resulted in drainage of most wetlands and isolated those that remain. Semiaquatic species occurring in this region must adapt to novel landscapes and mortality risks and variable ...
(2015-07-20)For the last four decades, red-headed woodpeckers (Melanerpes erythrocephalus) have experienced steep population declines across much of eastern North America. The most pronounced declines have been in the Midwestern U.S. ...
The pre-reproductive period in a tropical bird: parental care, dispersal, survival, and avian life histories (2010-08-31)The period between offspring birth and recruitment into the breeding population is considered one of the least understood components of animal life histories. Yet, examining this period is essential for studies of parental ...
(2010-05-19)Increased agricultural production within the Grand Prairie region U.S.A. has resulted in drainage of most natural wetlands within the landscape. Semi-aquatic species that are associated with these habitats have shifted ...