Data from: Do migratory and resident birds differ in their responses to interacting effects of climate, weather and vegetation?

David B. Lindenmayer, Peter Lane, Claire N. Foster, Martin J. Westgate, Chloe Sato, Karen Ikin, Mason Crane, Damian Michael, Dan Florance, Ben C. Scheele & Daniel Florance
Aim: Knowledge of the individual and collective effects of habitat, weather variability, and climate on bird populations is limited, with the result that species vulnerability to the collective impacts of global change is poorly understood. We quantified the effects of interactions between these potential drivers on the occurrence of resident, migratory, and nomadic birds in Australian temperate woodlands. Location: A 1.8 million hectare temperate woodland belt in south-eastern Australia. Time period: 2002-2015. Major taxa studied:...
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