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Impacts of a novel predator on aquatic invertebrates in fishless lakes: Implications for conservation translocationsDownload
Fishless mountain lakes hold important ecological and conservation value. As such, managers are establishing conservation goals (e.g., non-native fish removal) to restore the naturalness to many of these lakes. Managers who are recovering native coldwater fish populations threatened by climate...
Few studies have examined the effects of human development on fine-scale movement behavior, yet understanding animal movement through increasingly human-dominated landscapes is essential for the persistence of many wild populations, especially wary species. In mountainous areas, roads and trails...
Wildlife habituation near urban centers can disrupt natural ecological processes, destroy habitat, and threaten public safety. Consequently, management of habituated animals is typically invasive and often includes translocation of these animals to remote areas and sometimes even their...
This case study deals with the failed bid by Calgary Olympic Development Association to host the 1972 Winter Olympics in Banff National Park. The bid committee argued that the international exposure garnered by a locality would result in economic growth and amateur athletic development. ...