CR - Vol. 32, No. 2 - Table of contents

Clim Res (Print ISSN: 0936-577X; Online ISSN: 1616-1572)
Copyright © 2006 Inter-Research. Published October 13

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Ecological effects of climate variability: studies on mammals

CR SPECIAL 15 is based on the results of the symposium 'Effects of large-scale climatic variability on mammals' held at the 9th Mammalogical Congress in Sapporo, Japan. The articles analyze climate effects on population dynamics of rodents and ungulates in temperate, mountain and tundra ecosystems. CR SPECIAL 15 identifies the constraints on predictability of mammal population dynamics, thus driving the discussion on how to overcome them.

We are pleased to make the online version of this SPECIAL available with Open Access.

Publication date: October 13, 2006
Editors: Dominique Berteaux, Nils Chr. Stenseth

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Berteaux D, Stenseth NC
Measuring, understanding and projecting the effects of large-scale climatic variability on mammals
CR 32:95-97 | Full text in pdf format


Tkadlec E, Zboril J, Losík J, Gregor P, Lisická L
Winter climate and plant productivity predict abundances of small herbivores in central Europe
CR 32:99-108 | Full text in pdf format

Saitoh T, Cazelles B, Vik JO, Viljugrein H, Stenseth NC
Effects of regime shifts on the population dynamics of the grey-sided vole in Hokkaido, Japan