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Discriminating patterns and drivers of multiscale movement in herpetofauna: The dynamic and changing environment of the Mojave desert tortoise
Changes to animal movement in response to human-induced changes to the environment are of growing concern in conservation. Most research on this problem has focused on terrestrial endotherms, but changes to herpetofaunal ...
Modeling spatiotemporal abundance of mobile wildlife in highly variable environments using boosted GAMLSS hurdle models
Modeling organism distributions from survey data involves numerous statistical challenges, including accounting for zero-inflation, overdispersion, and selection and incorporation of environmental covariates. In environments ...
Pinon-juniper fuels reduction treatment impacts pinyon jay nesting habitat
Across multiple continents, mechanical thinning of forests and woodlands is an increasingly common management approach to reduce potential fire risks or improve ecological condition. Thinning programs designed to reduce ...