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Carcass persistence and discovery data from a scavenging experiment

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posted on 07.11.2018 by Calum Cunningham, Christopher Johnson, Leon Barmuta, Tracey Hollings, Eric Woehler, Menna Jones
Data comes from a scavenging experiment conducted in Tasmania, Australia, to investigate the effects of Tasmanian devil population declines on community-wide carrion consumption. Tasmanian pademelon (Thylogale billardierii) carcasses were experimentally placed at 96 locations among twelve independent study sites. This dataset was used for survival analysis. See the paper for detailed methodology.

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21335, 1467

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http://hdl.handle.net/10255/dryad.195634

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Tasmania, Australia

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Holocene

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Sarcophilus harrisii, Felis catus, Corvus tasmanicus, Dasyurus maculatus, Thylogale billardierii

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