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Survival, home ranges, and habitat use of white-tailed deer fawns in central Iowa

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posted on 05.02.2020 by Julie Blanchong, Stephen J. Dinsmore, patrick g mcgovern
The data relate to a study of survival and space use by white-tailed deer fawns in central Iowa. Data include: 1. fawn home range sizes and habitat content for three survival intervals (0-30 days, 0-60 days, 0-7 months), 2. fawn locations in UTM coordinates and associated habitat type, 3. suspected causes of mortality, and 4. files for survival estimation and modeling effects of habitat on survival in three survival intervals.

See McGovern PG, Dinsmore SJ, Blanchong JA. Survival of white-tailed deer fawns in central Iowa, PLoS ONE http://dx.doi.org/10.25380/iastate.9827243 for more information about the study.

Funding

Iowa State University Presidential Wildlife Initiative

Hatch Act and State of Iowa funds for Iowa Agriculture and Home Economics Experiment Station Project #s IOWA5434 and IOWA5438

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