Data from: Overcompensation and phase effects in a cyclic common vole population: between first and second-order cycles

Frédéric Barraquand, Adrien Pinot, Nigel G. Yoccoz & Vincent Bretagnolle
1. Population cycles in voles are often thought to be generated by one-year delayed density-dependence on the annual population growth rate. In common voles, however, it has been suggested by Turchin (2003) that some populations exhibit first-order cycles, resulting from strong overcompensation (i.e. carrying capacity overshoots in peak years, with only an effect of the current year abundance on annual growth rates). 2. We focus on a common vole (Microtus arvalis) population from western France,...
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