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- Lamb, Juliet S.; Paton, Peter W. C.; Osenkowski, Jason E.; Badzinski, Shannon S.; Berlin, Alicia M.; Bowman, Tim; Dwyer, Chris; Fara, Luke J.; Gilliland, Scott G.; Kenow, Kevin; Lepage, Christine; Mallory, Mark L.; Olsen, Glenn H.; Perry, Matthew C.; Petrie, Scott A.; Savard, Jean‐Pierre L.; Savoy, Lucas; Schummer, Michael; Spiegel, Caleb S.; McWilliams, Scott R.
- Ecological applications 2019 v.29 no.5 pp. e01919
- migratory species, etc ; breeding; breeding sites; ducks; feathers; habitats; mathematical theory; migratory behavior; migratory connectivity; models; molting; nesting; population structure; prioritization; remote sensing; satellites; telemetry; waterfowl; wintering grounds; Great Lakes; New England region; North America; Saint Lawrence River; Show all 23 Subjects
- ... Conservation of long‐distance migratory species poses unique challenges. Migratory connectivity, that is, the extent to which groupings of individuals at breeding sites are maintained in wintering areas, is frequently used to evaluate population structure and assess use of key habitat areas. However, for species with complex or variable annual cycle movements, this traditional bimodal framework of ...
- Mandel, James T.; Bohrer, Gil; Winkler, David W.; Barber, David R.; Houston, C. Stuart; Bildstein, Keith L.
- Ecological applications 2011 v.21 no.6 pp. 2258-2268
- migratory species, etc ; Cathartes aura; animals; case studies; climate; data collection; digital elevation models; environmental factors; flight; habitat conservation; habitats; hybrids; land use; prediction; satellites; telemetry; topography; weather; North America; Show all 19 Subjects
- ... Understanding the movements of animals is pivotal for understanding their ecology and predicting their survival in the face of rapid global changes to climate, land use, and habitats, thus facilitating more effective habitat management. Migration by flying animals is an extreme form of movement that may be especially influenced by weather. With satellite telemetry studies, and the growing availabi ...