Browsing by Author "King, Carolyn M."

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  • Age structure, dispersion and diet of a population of stoats (Mustela erminea) in southern Fiordland during the decline phase of the beechmast cycle

    Purdey, D. C.; King, Carolyn M.; Lawrence, B. (RSNZ Publishing, 2004-09-01)
    The dispersion, age structure and diet of stoats (Mustela erminea) in beech forest in the Borland and Grebe Valleys, Fiordland National Park, were examined during December and January 2000/01, 20 months after a heavy ...
  • Anticipatory responses to pulsed resources: An introduction

    King, Carolyn M. (Taylor & Francis Group, 2013)
    Vigorous exchange of ideas is an essential part of the business of science. What makes that interaction so much more interesting than ordinary conversation is that, in science, ideas always have to be based on documented ...
  • Biology of mustelids: reviews and future directions

    Mcdonald, Robbie A.; King, Carolyn M. (Wiley, 2000)
    The mustelidae is the largest and most diverse family of the Carnivora. The family is unified by an ancestral long-thin body plan, and the physical, physiological and ecological consequences this has for them. Yet within ...
  • Do ship rats display predatory behaviour towards house mice?

    Bridgman, Lucy Jade; Innes, John G.; Gillies, C.; Fitzgerald, Neil; Miller, Steven D.; King, Carolyn M. (Elsevier, 2013)
    Control operations for invasive ship rats, Rattus rattus, in New Zealand forests are often followed by increased house mouse, Mus musculus, detections suggesting rats suppress mice. A potential mechanism is intraguild ...
  • A dramatic landscape

    Lowe, David J.; King, Carolyn M. (Springer and New Zealand Department of Conservation, 2015)
    This chapter introduces the story of Pureora Forest Park (PFP), in the central North Island, New Zealand, by describing the extremely violent Taupo eruption of c. AD 232 and its consequences for the surrounding forests and ...

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