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Human-wildlife conflicts are a global conservation challenge. Reserves and protected areas usually do not adequately provide for the space needs of large carnivores, resulting in overlap between carnivore home ranges and private lands. Private lands often can provide valuable habitats, but...
The traditional models used to characterize animal home ranges have no mechanistic basis underlying their descriptions of space use, and as a result, the analysis of animal home ranges has primarily been a descriptive endeavor. In this paper, we characterize coyote (Canis latrans) home range...
Abstract: Experimental evidence of trophic cascades initiated by large vertebrate predators is rare in terrestrial ecosystems. A serendipitous natural experiment provided an opportunity to test the trophic cascade hypothesis for wolves (Canis lupus) in Banff National Park, Canada. The first wolf...