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- Heinemeyer, Kimberly; Squires, John; Hebblewhite, Mark; O'Keefe, Julia J.; Holbrook, Joseph D.; Copeland, Jeffrey
- Ecosphere 2019 v.10 no.2 pp. e02611
- Wyoming, etc ; Gulo gulo; climate change; collars; females; global positioning systems; habitat destruction; habitats; home range; landscapes; males; models; motorized recreation; outdoor recreation; snowpack; surveys; wildlife; winter; Idaho; Montana; Show all 20 Subjects
- ... Outdoor recreation is increasingly recognized to impact nature and wildlife, yet few studies have examined recreation within large natural landscapes that are critical habitat to some of our most rare and potentially disturbance‐sensitive species. Over six winters (2010–2015) and four study areas (>1.1 million ha) in Idaho, Wyoming, and Montana, we studied the responses of wolverines (Gulo gulo) t ...
- Sanders, Lindsey E.; Chalfoun, Anna D.
- Ecosphere 2019 v.10 no.5 pp. e02738
- Wyoming, etc ; Canis latrans; Corvidae; Peromyscus maniculatus; Tamias minimus; anthropogenic activities; badgers; birds of prey; community structure; control methods; energy; habitats; humans; landscapes; mice; natural gas; nests; predation; predator control; risk; songbirds; Show all 21 Subjects
- ... Anthropogenic activities are changing landscapes and the context in which predator–prey dynamics evolved, thereby altering key ecological processes and community structure. Yet, the specific mechanisms underlying such changes are rarely understood. We tested whether a mesopredator release explained increased rodent density and concomitant predation of songbird nests near natural gas development. F ...