Data from: Increased primary production from an exotic invader does not subsidize native rodents

Lucero JE, Allen PS, McMillan BR

Date Published: August 12, 2015

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.1v243

 

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Title Preference of native granivores for cheatgrass vs. native seeds
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Description Preference of native granivores for seeds of Bromus tectorum, Elymus elymoides, and Achnatherum hymenoides across 5 transects in the Great Basin
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Title Seed productivity in cheatgrass-invaded and non-invaded habitats
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Description Primary productivity from seed rain across 3 paired cheatgrass-invaded and non-invaded transects in the Great Basin
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Title The effect of cheatgrass supplementation on small mammal communities
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Description The effect of one year of experimental supplementation of three independent small mammal communities in the Great Basin with seeds of Bromus tectorum
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Lucero JE, Allen PS, McMillan BR (2015) Increased primary production from an exotic invader does not subsidize native rodents. PLOS ONE 10(8): e0131564. http://dx.doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0131564

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Lucero JE, Allen PS, McMillan BR (2015) Data from: Increased primary production from an exotic invader does not subsidize native rodents. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.1v243
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