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- Reinking, Adele K.; Smith, Kurt T.; Mong, Tony W.; Read, Mary J.; Beck, Jeffrey L.
- Ecosphere 2019 v.10 no.5 pp. e02722
- Antilocapra americana, etc ; Artemisia; adults; anthropogenic activities; data collection; energy; females; fences; grasslands; habitats; herds; home range; natural gas; oil fields; oils; population dynamics; roads; summer; wells; winter; Wyoming; Show all 21 Subjects
- ... Pronghorn (Antilocapra americana) are endemic to western North America where they occupy expanses of grassland and sagebrush (Artemisia spp.) habitats. The Red Desert region in south‐central Wyoming, USA, has historically served as a stronghold for pronghorn populations, but many herds there have experienced declining population trends over the last two decades, concurrent with oil and natural gas ...
- Jones, Paul F.; Jakes, Andrew F.; Telander, Andrew C.; Sawyer, Hall; Martin, Brian H.; Hebblewhite, Mark
- Ecosphere 2019 v.10 no.7 pp. e02782
- Antilocapra americana, etc ; Artemisia; anthropogenic activities; fences; habitat destruction; habitats; human development; landscapes; migratory behavior; migratory species; models; normalized difference vegetation index; prediction; roads; selection response; steppes; summer; topography; ungulates; winter; Alberta; Montana; Saskatchewan; Show all 23 Subjects
- ... Few studies have examined differential responses of partially migratory ungulates to human development or activity, where some individuals in a population migrate and others do not. Yet understanding how animals with different movement tactics respond to anthropogenic disturbance is key to sustaining global ungulate migrations. We examined seasonal resource selection of a partially migratory popul ...