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Nocturnal activity by the primarily diurnal Central American agouti (Dasyprocta punctata) in relation to environmental conditions, resource abundance and predation risk

Nocturnal activity by the primarily diurnal Central American agouti (Dasyprocta punctata) in relation to environmental conditions, resource abundance and predation risk

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LAMBERT, Thomas D., Roland W. KAYS, Patrick A. JANSEN, Enzo ALIAGA-ROSSEL, Martin WIKELSKI, 2009. Nocturnal activity by the primarily diurnal Central American agouti (Dasyprocta punctata) in relation to environmental conditions, resource abundance and predation risk. In: Journal of Tropical Ecology. 25(2), pp. 211-215. ISSN 0266-4674. eISSN 1469-7831

@article{Lambert2009Noctu-1199, title={Nocturnal activity by the primarily diurnal Central American agouti (Dasyprocta punctata) in relation to environmental conditions, resource abundance and predation risk}, year={2009}, doi={10.1017/S0266467408005804}, number={2}, volume={25}, issn={0266-4674}, journal={Journal of Tropical Ecology}, pages={211--215}, author={Lambert, Thomas D. and Kays, Roland W. and Jansen, Patrick A. and Aliaga-Rossel, Enzo and Wikelski, Martin} }

Jansen, Patrick A. 2011-03-23T09:06:47Z Wikelski, Martin eng Kays, Roland W. Nocturnal activity by the primarily diurnal Central American agouti (Dasyprocta punctata) in relation to environmental conditions, resource abundance and predation risk deposit-license Lambert, Thomas D. 2009 Kays, Roland W. Aliaga-Rossel, Enzo 2011-03-23T09:06:47Z Publ. in: Journal of Tropical Ecology 25 (2009), 2, pp. 211-215 Jansen, Patrick A. Lambert, Thomas D. Wikelski, Martin An animal's fitness is in part based on its ability to manage the inherent risks (foraging costs, predation, exposure to disease) with the benefits (resource gain, access to mates, social interactions) of activity (Abrams 1991, Altizer et al. 2003, Lima & Bednekoff 1999, Rubenstein & Hohmann 1989, Wikelski et al. 2001). Thus, understanding an animal's pattern of activity is key to understanding behavioural and ecological processes. However, while numerous laboratory methodologies are available to continuously quantify activity over long periods of time, logistical difficulties have greatly hindered activity studies of animals in the field (DeCoursey 1990). Aliaga-Rossel, Enzo

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