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hee-acorn-dispersal

Comparison of acorn removal, dispersal, and survival under two silvicultural treatments: no harvest (control) and midstory removal. The analysis uses an MCMC approach developed by Nate Lichti (see "Mast species composition alters seed fate in North American rodent-dispersed hardwoods", Ecology, 2014) to account for imperfect detectability of tagged acorns when estimating survival and dispersal parameters.

The results are published in the following article:

Kellner, K.F.; Lichti, N.I.; Swihart, R.K. 2016. Midstory removal reduces effectiveness of oak (Quercus) acorn dispersal by small mammals in the Central Hardwood Forest region. Forest Ecology and Management 375: 182-190

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