Small rodents trapped in old growth forest over several years from 1999 to 2016. Specimen have been collected at ten different sites in Vegårshei (Aust-Agder county), but some of the localities have changed over the years due to clear cuts. Each year, 100 traps, baited with carrot, have been put out for 4 days and nights, during summer season. The main species, Myodes glareolus and Apodemus sylvaticus, have been identified and counted.
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Samplingevent; Small rodents; mice; old growth forest
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|Bounding Coordinates||South West [57.962, 6.899], North East [59.933, 10.635]|
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|Title||Possible indirect effects of climatic variations for small rodents and grouse – Population fluctuations 1920–2010 in relation to seed production and summer temperature|
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