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Meghan Camp

Meghan J. Camp currently works at the School of the Environment, Washington State University. Meghan does research in wildlife ecology. Her most recent publication is 'Interacting effects of ambient temperature and food quality on the foraging ecology of small mammalian herbivores.'

Small Herbivores Balance High-quality Food With Predation Risk When Foraging

In their daily struggle for survival, herbivores are faced with several challenges. They need to cope with the risks imposed by their plant-based diets, such as the fiber present in the cell walls and plant secondary compound concentrations (i.e., toxins), […]