Examining the effects of behavior, landscape fragmentation, and climate change on avian distributions.

Keyel, Alexander.


  • Abstract: I examined the patterns and processes that determine Bobolink (Dolichonyx oryzivorus) distribution and abundance. First, I tested the hypothesis that visual openness could explain area sensitivity, the pattern of species being disproportionately absent from smaller habitat patches. I compared Bobolink density and occupancy to a novel openness index, patch area, and edge effects. Our resu... read more
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