Wildfire influences individual growth and breeding dispersal, but not survival and recruitment in a montane amphibian

Gabriel Barrile, Anna Chalfoun, Wendy Estes-Zumpf & Annika Walters
Global wildfire regimes are changing rapidly, with widespread increases in the size, frequency, duration, and severity of wildfires. Whereas the effects of wildfire on ecological state variables such as occupancy, abundance, and species diversity are relatively well-documented, changes in population vital rates (e.g., survival, recruitment) and individual responses (e.g., growth, movement) to wildfire are more limited because of the detailed information needed on the same individuals both pre- and post-fire. We capitalized on the 2018...
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