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Spotting Interactions: Spotted Salamanders, Beneficial Buffers, and Helpful Hydroperiods

Author(s): Liz Buikema

Virginia Commonwealth University

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The purpose of this lesson is to help us better understand how we are able to conserve wetland-dependent wildlife. We will be exploring, manipulating, and analyzing data in R using a Poisson distributed generalize linear model (GLM) with…

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The purpose of this lesson is to help us better understand how we are able to conserve wetland-dependent wildlife. We will be exploring, manipulating, and analyzing data in R using a Poisson distributed generalize linear model (GLM) with interacting effects. The data consists of two pool-breeding amphibians and how their populations respond to the hydrology and surrounding terrestrial habitats.

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Version 1.0 - published on 11 May 2022 doi:10.25334/4399-M086 - cite this

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Reading and analysis of data collected by Powell & Babbitt (2015) and supporting lesson materials 

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