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Environmental Factors Affecting the Landscape-Scale Spatio-Temporal Distribution of Small Mammal Assemblages Across the Northern Great Plains of North America
(Faculty of Graduate Studies and Research, University of Regina, 2013-07)
The logistic constraints of traditional sampling methods have limited our understanding of the effects of landscape-scale factors on the spatiotemporal distributions of rodents and shrews (small mammals), particularly in ...
Rodent Responses to Land Modification for Agriculture: Implications for Trophic Dynamics In the Northern Great Plains
(Faculty of Graduate Studies and Research, University of Regina, 2019-03)
My thesis examines rodent species responses to agricultural land modification and their implications for trophic dynamics on the northern Great Plains. I first validated owl pellet analysis as a landscape-level sampling ...