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Toward a predictive theory of risk effects: hypotheses for prey attributes and compensatory mortality

Risk effects, or the costs of antipredator behavior, can comprise a large proportion of the total effect of predators on their prey. While empirical studies are accumulating to demonstrate the importance of risk effects, there is no general theory that predicts the relative importance of risk... Full description

1st Person: Creel, Scott
Source: in Ecology Vol. 92, No. 12 (2011), p. 2190-2195
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Type of Publication: Article
Language: English
Published: 2011
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