Population fluctuations in rodents

Charles Krebs

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    Abstract

    How did rodent outbreaks in Germany help to end World War I? What caused the destructive outbreak of rodents in Oregon and California in the late 1950s, the large population outbreak of lemmings in Scandinavia in 2010, and the great abundance of field mice in Scotland in the spring of 2011? Population fluctuations, or outbreaks, of rodents constitute one of the classic problems of animal ecology, and in Population Fluctuations in Rodents, Charles J. Krebs sifts through the last eighty years of research to draw out exactly what we know about rodent outbreaks and what should be the agenda for future research.
    Original languageEnglish
    Place of PublicationThe United State
    PublisherUniversity of Chicago Press
    ISBN (Print)9780226010359
    Publication statusPublished - 2013

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    Fluctuations
    Rodent
    Agenda
    Mouse
    Scotland
    Animals
    World War I
    Germany
    Ecology
    1950s
    Oregon
    Scandinavia

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    Krebs, C. (2013). Population fluctuations in rodents. The United State: University of Chicago Press.
    Krebs, Charles. / Population fluctuations in rodents. The United State : University of Chicago Press, 2013.
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