Using retrospective life-tables to assess the effect of extreme climatic conditions on ungulate demography

Marta Peláez Beato, Alfonso San Miguel, Carlos Rodríguez-Vigal, Ángel Moreno-Gómez, Amanda García Del Rincón & Ramón Perea
In Mediterranean areas, severe drought events are expected to intensify in forthcoming years as a consequence of climate change. These events may increase physiological and reproductive stress of wild populations producing demographic changes and distribution shifts. We used retrospective life tables to understand demographic changes on a wild population after severe drought events. We studied the impact of two extreme events (2003 and 2005) on the population dynamics of our model species, the red deer...
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