Data from: Apex predators and the facilitation of resource partitioning among mesopredators

Sivy KJ, Pozzanghera CB, Colson KE, Mumma MA, Prugh LR

Date Published: November 10, 2017

DOI: https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.b273t

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Title Coyote and red fox scat contents
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Description This file contains data of percent volume of items found in 471 coyote and red fox scats collected in interior Alaska, winter 2013-2014. "Scat number" refers to the sample number, "Study area" refers to the study area from which the scat was collected, "Species" refers to the species that deposited the scat, as determined by molecular analyses. The remaining categories and values refer to the percent volume of each item found in that scat as determined by visual inspection of contents and microscopic evaluation of hair fragments. See methods of Sivy et al. 2017 for further details.
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Sivy KJ, Pozzanghera CB, Colson KE, Mumma MA, Prugh LR (2017) Apex predators and the facilitation of resource partitioning among mesopredators. Oikos, online in advance of print. https://doi.org/10.1111/oik.04647

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Sivy KJ, Pozzanghera CB, Colson KE, Mumma MA, Prugh LR (2017) Data from: Apex predators and the facilitation of resource partitioning among mesopredators. Dryad Digital Repository. https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.b273t
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