Original title: Does removal of mammalian predators significantly affect success of simulated nests in linear habitats? Case study on American mink \kur{Mustela vison} \& Predation on simulated duck nests in relation to nest density and habitat type
Translated title: Does removal of mammalian predators significantly affect success of simulated nests in linear habitats? Case study on American mink \kur{Mustela vison} \& Predation on simulated duck nests in relation to nest density and habitat type
Authors: PADYŠÁKOVÁ, Eliška
Document type: Bachelor's theses
Year: 2007
Language: cze
Abstract: [cze] [eng]

Keywords: American mink; Czech Republic; density-dependent predation; nest predation; nest predators; nest success; predator removal; simulated nests; American mink; Czech Republic; density-dependent predation; nest predation; nest predators; nest success; predator removal; simulated nests
Citation: PADYŠÁKOVÁ, Eliška. Does removal of mammalian predators significantly affect success of simulated nests in linear habitats? Case study on American mink \kur{Mustela vison} \& Predation on simulated duck nests in relation to nest density and habitat type. Č. Budějovice, 2007. bakalářská práce (Bc.). JIHOČESKÁ UNIVERZITA V ČESKÝCH BUDĚJOVICÍCH. Přírodovědecká fakulta

Institution: University of South Bohemia in České Budějovice (web)
Document availability information: Fulltext is available in the Digital Repository of University of South Bohemia.
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