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- Seidler, Renee G.; Long, Ryan A.; Berger, Joel; Bergen, Scott; Beckmann, Jon P.
- Conservation biology 2015 v.29 no.1 pp. 99-109
- Antilocapra americana, etc ; ecosystems; energy; fences; forage; habitats; highways; human population; migratory behavior; models; natural gas; population density; sheep; shrubs; traffic; Show all 15 Subjects
- ... In much of the world, the persistence of long‐distance migrations by mammals is threatened by development. Even where human population density is relatively low, there are roads, fencing, and energy development that present barriers to animal movement. If we are to conserve species that rely on long‐distance migration, then it is critical that we identify existing migration impediments. To delinea ...
- Christie, K.S.; Jensen, W.F.; Schmidt, J.H.; Boyce, M.S.
- Biological conservation 2015 v.192 pp. 445-453
- Antilocapra americana, etc ; Canis latrans; adults; climate; climate change; correlation; drought; fences; habitat fragmentation; humans; models; natural resources conservation; oils; population dynamics; predation; roads; snow; storms; temperature; wildlife; winter; North Dakota; Show all 22 Subjects
- ... The interacting effects of climate change and habitat fragmentation on wildlife are of global conservation concern. Over the past four decades, pronghorn (Antilocapra americana) populations in North Dakota have been exposed to severe winter weather, drought, predation, harvest, and rapid oil and gas development. Adult pronghorn counts in North Dakota fluctuated over time with an increasing trend f ...