Data from: Toward a mechanistic understanding of human-induced rapid environmental change: a case study linking energy development, nest predation, and predators

Matthew G. Hethcoat & Anna D. Chalfoun
1. Demographic consequences of human-induced rapid environmental change (HIREC) have been widely documented for many populations. The mechanisms underlying such patterns, however, are rarely investigated and yet are critical to understand for effective conservation and management. 2. We investigated the mechanisms underlying reduced avian nest survival with intensification of natural gas development, an increasing source of HIREC globally. We tested the hypothesis that energy development increased the local activity of important nest predator species thereby...
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