effects of climate and exurban development on nest predation and predator presence in the southern appalachian mountains (usa).in the eastern united states, land-use and climate change have likely contributed to declines in the abundance of neotropical migrant birds that occupy forest interiors, but the mechanisms are not well understood. we conducted a nest-predation experiment in southern appalachian mountain forests (north carolina, u.s.a.) during the 2009 and 2010 breeding seasons to determine the effects of exurban development and temperature on predator presence and the average number of days until eggs in an arti ...201222624665
characteristics of common helminths of the virginia opossum (didelphis virginiana) from north carolina. 19724336985
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