Fraucke Ecke's research while affiliated with Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences and other places

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Most small rodent populations in the world have fascinating population dynamics. In the northern hemisphere, voles and lemmings tend to show population cycles with regular fluctuations in numbers. In the southern hemisphere, small rodents tend to have large amplitude outbreaks with less regular intervals. In the light of vast research and debate ov...
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... It has been argued that population increases are driven by survival, and not reproduction [28]. However, in the middle latitudes, reproduction intensity is certainly related to population dynamics [12,14,15]; therefore, the monitoring of pest rodent species requires knowledge of seasonal variations in abundance and the population structure and their reproduction parameters [21]. ...