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Food availability and grizzly bear (Ursus arctos) selection of post-fire and thinned forests in the mountain national parks of CanadaDownload
Human-caused mortality and habitat loss have led to the extirpation of grizzly bears (Ursus arctos) across much of their North American range. Today, these factors continue to limit extant grizzly bear populations as productive habitats often occur in areas with elevated mortality risk creating...
Seasonal habitat use, habitat selection, and migratory behaviours of Stone’s sheep (Ovis dalli stonei) in northern British Columbia, CanadaDownload
Habitats and migration corridors used by wildlife have become increasingly modified by anthropogenic disturbances, and in many cases have resulted in population declines and local extirpations. To conserve ungulate populations, management strategies often focus on identifying and mitigating...