Data from: Dynamics of bird assemblages in response to temporally and spatially variable resources in arid Australia

Christine Schlesinger & Bruce Pascoe
Bird assemblages in arid Australia are often characterised as being highly variable through time in response to boom and bust dynamics, although the importance of habitat in structuring assemblages at a local scale is also recognised. We use a novel approach to investigate the importance of rainfall variability in structuring bird assemblages in a resource-limited environment. Monthly bird surveys were conducted at ten plots for eight years at a botanical and zoological park in central...
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