Biology 423 Winter 2013 Lecture 07

73 003 14 003 vegetation diversity 517 053 1051 105

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Unformatted text preview: y survival 90 27.4 1.58 14.6 1.97 Calf:cow recruitment ratio (%) 14 ha) in Songbird aspen Fecal nitrogen (% of total 113 N/A† 1.73 0.03 1.4 0.03 Vegetation diversity 5.17 0.53 10.51 1.05 Songbird 10 mass) 0.93 0.03 0.95 0.008 Evenness density (no. pellets/ 10 90 2.25 1.18 5.87 Aspen recruitment (no. 7.91 1.1 2.54 1.92 0.39 Elk pellet 90 2)‡ 9.5 1.14 17.25 1.8 Abundance 10 saplings/100 m ha) in aspen 77 4.1 65 5.2 Aspen browse are trophic parameters tested, their predicted response to partial wolf ex 90 Notes: Shown intensity (%) Vegetation 15 0 61.5 2.39 43.12 3.32 Willow CAG response in the partial-exclusion area (X ), and the response in the adjacen (g/m2) hypothesis, the e 90 2.25 1.18 5.87 1.18 1.92 Aspen browse removed 15 56.5 6.98 Willow recruitment (no. (g/m2) Presented are the sample size 3N), the mean parameter (X ( present throughout the study (Xc ). saplings/100 m2 production 15 2.5 36.98 2.4 Willow net browse)‡ wolves, SE, P values from the corresponding statistical5test (t test, GLM, etc.) between t 2) 77 4.1 65 5.2 Aspe...
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