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While many studies have evaluated wildlife passage effectiveness, few have explored how accurately passage activity can be modelled. I created a habitat suitability index (HSI) model for American mink (Neovison vison) using Geographic Information Systems with 1...
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...
Sea ice in Hudson Bay is melting earlier and freezing later as the climate warms, resulting in declines in the condition, survival, and population size of polar bears (Ursus maritimus) in the Western Hudson Bay population. The objectives of this study are to analyze temporal variation in...
Spatial Predation Risk and Interactions Within a Predator Community on the Rocky Mountains East Slopes, AlbertaDownload
Understanding how large carnivores spatially partition the landscape is essential for understanding how they collectively pose risk to their prey. Most research on predation risk focuses on how prey respond to a single predator species, but prey respond to a community of predators. Additionally,...