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The development of the Diavik diamond mine destroyed pristine lakes and streams in Barrenlands region of northern Canada. Subsequently, several fish habitat compensation projects were undertaken to offset these losses. The M-Lakes project was intended to enhance the productive capacity of a...
Populations of feral horses have been increasing in the Alberta foothills and pose a concern to the conservation of native grasslands. Sustainable management of feral horses requires information on their habitat use. I utilized spatial data from radio-collared mares to assess seasonal habitat...
Climate change is altering sea ice phenology, which forces polar bears (Ursus maritimus) to spend an increasing amount of time on land. Therefore, understanding movement ecology and terrestrial habitat selection of bears may become increasingly important for conservation planning. The Western...
A resource selection function is a model of the likelihood that an available spatial unit will be used by an animal, given its resource value. But how do we appropriately define availability? Step selection analysis deals with this problem at the scale of the observed positional data, by matching...