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Tick exposure and extreme climate events impact survival and threaten the persistence of a long-lived lizard / Alice R. Jones; C. Michael Bull; Barry W. Brook; Konstans Wells; Kenneth H. Pollock; Damien A. Fordham

Journal of Animal Ecology, Volume: 85, Issue: 2, Pages: 598 - 610

Swansea University Author: Wells, Konstans

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Published in: Journal of Animal Ecology
ISSN: 00218790
Published: 2016
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URI: https://cronfa.swan.ac.uk/Record/cronfa45083
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Keywords: climate change, demographic modelling, host–parasite interaction, long-term monitoring, multiple stressors, multistate capture–mark–recapture, population viabi lity analy- sis, reptile, species interaction
College: College of Science
Issue: 2
Start Page: 598
End Page: 610