Journal article

SPATIO-TEMPORAL DIFFERENCES IN THE USE OF AGRICULTURAL FIELDS BY MALE AND FEMALE WOOD TURTLES (GLYPTEMYS INSCULPTA) INHABITING AN AGRI-FOREST MOSAIC

Reid Tingley, Dean G McCurdy, Mark D Pulsifer, Tom B Herman

Herpetological Conservation and Biology | HERPETOLOGICAL CONSERVATION & BIOLOGY | Published : 2009

University of Melbourne Researchers

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Funding Acknowledgements

This research was funded by the Nova Forest Alliance, Stora ENSO, the Elizabeth Wakeman Foundation, the Nova Scotia Habitat Conservation Fund, the Government of Canada Habitat Stewardship Program for Species at Risk, the Saint Mary's River Association, the Nova Scotia Department of Natural Resources, an Acadia Graduate Award to RT, and a grant from the Hewlett-Mellon Foundation for Faculty Development at Albion College to DGM. We would like to thank Jeff Stephens and Megan Lupek for assisting with the field component of this study. Stephen Mockford helped revise an earlier draft of this manuscript.