Data from: Predator–vole interactions in northern Europe: the role of small mustelids revised

Korpela K, Helle P, Henttonen H, Korpimäki E, Koskela E, Ovaskainen O, Pietiäinen H, Sundell J, Valkama J, Huitu O

Date Published: October 2, 2014

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.h3bt7

 

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Title Korpela et al PRSL 2014 data
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Description The data contains vole trapping indices for each spring and autumn from multiple sites across Finland, abundance indices for small mustelids and generalist mammalian predators (data from Finnish wildlilfe triangle scheme, averaged for each vole trapping site), and avian predator abundance indices (data from the Finnish Bord Ringing Office, averaged for each vole trapping site).
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Korpela K, Helle P, Henttonen H, Korpimäki E, Koskela E, Ovaskainen O, Pietiäinen H, Sundell J, Valkama J, Huitu O (2014) Predator–vole interactions in northern Europe: the role of small mustelids revised. Proceedings of the Royal Society B 281(1797): 20142119. http://dx.doi.org/10.1098/rspb.2014.2119

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Korpela K, Helle P, Henttonen H, Korpimäki E, Koskela E, Ovaskainen O, Pietiäinen H, Sundell J, Valkama J, Huitu O (2014) Data from: Predator–vole interactions in northern Europe: the role of small mustelids revised. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.h3bt7
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