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- Burton, A Cole, et al. Show all 2 Author
- Frontiers in ecology and the environment 2018 v.16 no.6 pp. 323-328
- anthropogenic activities; biodiversity; biogeography; camera trapping; climate; data collection; energy; forage; habitats; issues and policy; landscapes; mammals; models; oil sands; oils; pipelines; predators; wildlife; Canada
- ... Energy development and consumption drive changes in global climate, landscapes, and biodiversity. The oil sands of western Canada are an epicenter of oil production, creating landscapes without current or historical analogs. Science and policy often focus on pipelines and species‐at‐risk declines, but we hypothesized that differential responses to anthropogenic disturbances shift the entire mammal ...