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Reply to the comment on “Synchronizing biological cycles as key to survival under a scenario of global change: The Common quail (Coturnix coturnix) strategy” by Rodriguez-Teijeiro et al.

AuthorsNadal, Jesús; Ponz, Carolina; Margalida, Antoni
KeywordsClimate variables
Ecological modeling
Ecological strategy
Issue Date2018
CitationScience of the Total Environment 635: 1558-1560 (2018)
AbstractTwo methodological criticisms of our paper "Synchronizing biological cycles as key to survival under a scenario of global change: The Common quail (Coturnix coturnix) strategy" (Nadal et al., 2018) were proposed in the comment by Rodriguez-Teijeiro et al. (2018) regarding: 1) our estimates of the mean date of arrival, duration of stay and departure stages in the different regions studied; and 2) the analyses carried out to correlate the phenology of the species with changes in the climate variables. The conceptual model that we presented relates the dynamics of this quail population, which moves between short periods of stays, and the spatio-temporal structure of their geographic distribution data, in order to understand the ecology of these birds and to link their movement and residency patterns with geographical area and climate conditions. The probability that quail are resident in a region on any particular date is a result of their overall ecological strategy. We believe that Rodríguez-Teijeiro et al. (2018) have misunderstood our model, leading to their criticism of the statistical tests that we applied.
Publisher version (URL)https://doi.org/10.1016/j.scitotenv.2018.04.184
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