Drylands Birds Data

Data from distance sampling of birds at three dryland locations in the South Island, New Zealand. Supports two published papers:

  1. Wilson DJ, Norbury G, Walker S 2014. How does woody succession affect population densities of passerine birds in New Zealand drylands? New Zealand Journal of Ecology 38(2): 257–267.

  2. Walker S, Wilson DJ, Norbury G, Monks A, Tanentzap AJ 2014. Effects of secondary shrublands on bird, lizard and invertebrate faunas in a dryland landscape. New Zealand Journal of Ecology 38(2): 242–256.

Data and Resources

Additional Info

Field Value
Authors Wilson, Deborah J.
Walker, Susan
Norbury, Grant
Monks, Adrian
Tanentzap, Andrew J.
Maintainer Deb Wilson
Last Updated November 1, 2019, 10:13 (NZDT)
Created October 29, 2019, 11:12 (NZDT)
Funding Source Ministry for Business, Innovation and Employment
Job-code 224315-0101
Preferred citation Wilson, Deborah J.; Walker, Susan; Norbury, Grant; Monks, Adrian; Tanentzap, Andrew J. (2019) : Drylands birds data. https://doi.org/10.7931/qcmx-c876
spatial {"type": "Polygon","coordinates": [[[169.33, -44.99], [169.87, -44.99], [169.87, -44.86],[169.33,-44.86], [169.33,-44.99]]] ,"properties": {"Geographic description": "Central Otago, South Island, New Zealand"} }
Publisher Landcare Research NZ Ltd
Publication Year 2019
Start Date 2007-03
End Date 2008-02
DOI https://doi.org/10.7931/qcmx-c876