Data from: Territory size decreases minimally with increasing food abundance in stream salmonids: implications for population regulation

James W. A. Grant, Laura K. Weir & Stefan Ó. Steingrimsson
How the local density of territorial animals responds to changes in food abundance will depend on the flexibility of territory size. Quantitative estimates of territory size over a broad range of food abundance are relatively rare because of the difficulty of measuring food abundance in the wild. Stream salmonids are an ideal model system for investigating flexibility in territory size, because food abundance can be quantified in the field and manipulated in the laboratory. We...
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