|Species differences and interspecific interactions in wild Peromyscus ultrasonic vocalizations
||Ultrasonic vocalizations (USVs) are commonly produced by many rodents, including all muroids investigated to date (18 genera). The overall adaptive significance of USVs within muroid rodents is not well understood. Most research has focused on the mu...
|Effects of intercropping switchgrass with Loblolly pine on the diet and trophic position of Peromyscus leucopus
||Managed pine plantations have been recognized as potentially suitable land for producing biofuel feedstocks. Intercropping biofuel feedstocks, particularly switchgrass ((Panicum virgatum L., a native C4 grass), in existing loblolly p...
|Landscape-scale effects of intercropping switchgrass (Panicum virgatum L.) and Loblolly Pine (Pinus taeda) on rodent community structure and population demographics
||Currently, U.S. state and federal mandates are attempting to lower fossil fuel consumption to reduce dependency on foreign oils and lower greenhouse gas emissions. Intercropping switchgrass (Panicum virgatum L.) in southern pine fore...
|Influence of intercropping switchgrass in intensively managed pine forests on ultrasound produced by bats and rodents
||Intensively managed pine forests provide habitat for a diversity of wildlife species, including bats and rodents. In Kemper Co., MS, USA, Weyerhaeuser Company and Catchlight Energy LLC, on land owned and managed by Weyerhaeuser, intercrops `Alamo' sw...
|Year-round activity of peripheral bat populations in the North Carolina coastal plain
||Within a species' distribution, there is often a core population that constitutes the majority of individuals. When threats to a species are present, the core populations within the species distribution usually receive the majority of the conservatio...