Data from: Synchrony in small mammal community dynamics across a forested landscape

Ryan B. Stephens, Daniel J. Hocking, Mariko Yamasaki & Rebecca J. Rowe
Long-term studies at local scales indicate that fluctuations in abundance among trophically similar species are often temporally synchronized. Complementary studies on synchrony across larger spatial extents are less common, as are studies that investigate the subsequent impacts on community dynamics across the landscape. We investigate the impact of species population fluctuations on concordance in community dynamics for the small mammal fauna of the White Mountain National Forest, USA. Hierarchical open population models, which account for...
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