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The project aims include the analysis of global warming effects, expressed as population dynamics alterations, in herbivorous Alpine mammals
populations (Eurasian red Squirrel and mountain hare) where reproduction and recruitment rates are linked to seasonal factors such as primary production. In particular, in both species producer-consumer relationships will be analyzed in different habitats: Alpine conifer forests (squirrel) and Alpine grasslands and shrublands (mountain hare). Species-environment relationships study will encompass evaluation of distribution and demography (standardized presence data collection). On the basis of radiotacking data collection habitat selection, home range and core area dynamics will be analysed. Moreover ecological niche analysis and habitat quality models are expected
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