Biology 423 Winter 2013 Lecture 07

91 11 254 039 elk pellet density no pellets 90 high

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Unformatted text preview: dicted N/A† 1.73 ( 0.03 1.4 0.03 Park, Alberta, Canada. mass) Parameter, by trophic level N SE Mean SE response Mean 7.91 1.1 2.54 0.39 Elk pellet density (no. pellets/ 90 High-wolf Low-wolf Predator in aspen ha) Xc) area 0.01 Total elk killed/d 13 Predicted 0.07 (Xe) 0.2area (0.03 Vegetation Parameter, by trophic N SE Mean SE response Mean Herbivorerecruitment (no. level 90 2.25 1.18 5.87 1.92 Aspen saplings/100 elk/km Elk density (no.m2)‡ 2) 15 9.35 0.38 0.96 0.17 Predator 70.89 7 .07 4.1 65 5.2 Aspen elk killed/d 90 0.06 0.62 0.06 Adult female elk survival 45 Total browse intensity (%) 13 0 0.01 0.2 0.03 2) 15 0 61.5 2.39 43.12 3.32 Willow CAG (g/m ratio (%) 27.4 1.58 14.6 1.97 Calf:cow recruitment 14 2) Herbivorebrowse(% of total 15 51.73 6.5 3 6.98 1.18 Willow Fecal nitrogen removed (g/m 113 N/A† 0.03 1.4 0.03 15 5 .35 2.5 36.98 2.4 Willow net browse production Elk density (no. elk/km2) 15 9 0.38 0.96 0.17 mass) 2) (g/m 0.89 0.06 0.62 0.39 0.06 Adult female elk (no. pellets/ 45 7.91 1.1 2.54 Elk pellet densit...
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