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- Gray, Miranda E.; Dickson, Brett G.
- Ecological applications 2015 v.25 no.4 pp. 1099-1113
- Antilocapra americana, etc ; altitude; antelopes; burning; climate; ecosystems; electronic circuits; fire regime; fire spread; fuels; habitats; indigenous species; land cover; landscapes; models; plant communities; plants (botany); risk; roughness; vegetation; wilderness; wildfires; wind; Arizona; Sonoran Desert; Show all 25 Subjects
- ... Understanding where and when on the landscape fire is likely to burn (fire likelihood) and the predicted responses of valued resources (fire effects) will lead to more effective management of wildfire risk in multiple ecosystem types. Fire is a contagious and highly unpredictable process, and an analysis of fire connectivity that incorporates stochasticity may help predict fire likelihood across l ...
- Taylor, Audrey R.; Knight, Richard L.
- Ecological applications 2003 v.13 no.4 pp. 951-963
- Antilocapra americana, etc ; Bison bison; Odocoileus hemionus; antelopes; anthropogenic activities; bicycling; bison; body size; habitats; hiking; human-wildlife relations; humans; islands; long term effects; probability; public lands; state parks; surveys; wildlife; Utah; Show all 20 Subjects
- ... Outdoor recreation has the potential to disturb wildlife, resulting in energetic costs, impacts to animals' behavior and fitness, and avoidance of otherwise suitable habitat. Mountain biking is emerging as a popular form of outdoor recreation, yet virtually nothing is known about whether wildlife responds differently to mountain biking vs. more traditional forms of recreation, such as hiking. In a ...