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MODELLING SPACE USE AND DISPERSAL OF MAMMALS IN REAL LANDSCAPES : A TOOL FOR CONSERVATION
D. W. MACDONALD
Written in English
Online version of print publication JOURNAL OF BIOGEOGRAPHY v.30, no.4 (April 2003) : 607-620.
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Modelling space use and dispersal of mammals in real landscapes: A tool for conservation Article in Journal of Biogeography 30(4) - April with 46 Reads How we measure 'reads'.
Abstract. Studies on animal space use can reveal insights into how animals interact with one another and their environment. Research on the space use patterns of the endangered giant panda (Ailuropoda melanoleuca) in China has nevertheless lagged behind that of many other species, as a government moratorium prevented telemetry data collection on pandas from to Cited by: A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the full-text.
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Authors; Modelling space use and dispersal of mammals in real landscapes: a tool for conservation. Journal of Biogeography Suter W., Bollmann K., Holderegger R. () Landscape Permeability: From Individual Dispersal to Population Persistence. In Cited by: 8. Modelling space use and dispersal of mammals in real landscapes: a tool for conservation.
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Macdonald DW, Rushton S () Modelling space use and dispersal of mammals in real landscapes: a tool for conservation. J Biogeogr – CrossRef Google Scholar MacKenzie DI, Nichols JD, Lachman GB, Droege S, Royle JA, Langtimm CA () Estimating site occupancy rates when detection probabilities are less than by: Species Distribution Models (SDMs) have become increasingly useful for conservation issues.
Initially designed to predict distributions of species from incomplete datasets, SDMs may also identify environmental conditions associated with higher. The use of spatially explicit population models (SEPMs) may assist in a better understanding of taxon space use and dispersal (Macdonald & Rushton, ) while response surface models can display intraspecific adaptations of plants such as Pinus ponderosa to varying environmental conditions across its range (Humphries & Bourgerou, ).Cited by: Conservation efforts to re-establish a wild population via reintroduction by the US Fish and Wildlife Service have been overseen by Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife since The use of noninvasive genetic testing of fecal pellets provides insight.
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The jaguar (Panthera onca) inhabits most of the lowlands (Cited by: 4. Publisher Summary. Landscape ecology is the study of the effect of spatial pattern on an ecological process.
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Introduction. Large mammals around the world are under increasing pressure from habitat loss and overhunting, with many species holding out only in small, fragmented populations (Dirzo et al., ; Ripple et al., ).Preventing local extirpations and restoring populations across their historical ranges are central conservation goals, given the critical importance of large mammals in food Author: K.
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I can only answer this from my own point of view and personal experience of using GIS (mainly Esri based technology: ArcGIS Server, ArcGIS Desktop w x!) - but I will also mention uses cases that I know of that are interesting but. Conservation and management of comparatively less modified landscapes adjacent to highly modified landscapes requires careful consideration of interactions between landscape types.
Restoration or conservation of habitat within a developed matrix is generally thought to have beneficial effects on landscape-level ecological processes.
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Acoustic space use was highest in the FSC certified sites, which is likely correlated with higher overall species richness (Aide et al. Soundscape composition was significantly different among the three management types, suggesting that there was a unique set of acoustic species associated with each management by: 2.
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Quantifying And Mitigating The Barrier Effect Of Roads On The Movement And Dispersal Of Wildlife - Populated From Themis Conversion In fragmented landscapes, wildlife need to move between habitat patches to exchange genes, increase the size of declining populations and re.
Mark Burgman, Wei Fuwen, Karen Esler, Resit Akçakaya, Michael. Birds of prey have been, in comparison to other avian groups, an uncommon study model, mainly due to the limitations imposed by their conservative life strategy (low population density and turnover).
Nonetheless, they have attracted a strong interest from the point of view of conservation biology because many populations have been close to extinction and because of their recognised role Cited by: Professor Zoe Davies is a member of the Durrell Institute of Conservation and Ecology.
Research interests Professor Zoe Davies has diverse research interests, crossing traditional disciplinary boundaries but focusing on the use of empirical data to address questions of importance to conservation management and policy.
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autLéopoldMarcauteurautIRDtextjournalArticleengtext/pdfborn. Conservation regulations aimed at restricting resource use are commonly used to manage and protect natural resources but their implementation depends on the compliance of resource users. The design of effective regulations should be informed by an understanding of the factors that affect compliance, considering contextual socio-economic.
Finally, we need a better understanding of the patterns, drivers, and impacts of amenity migration as they pertain to wildlife conservation in large landscapes. Recent work examining the influence of housing density on landscape fragmentation (Hawbaker et al.
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PubMed. Pandolfi, Camilla; Izzo, Dario. Seeds provide the vital genetic link and dispersal agent between successive generations of plants. Without seed dispersal as a means of reproduction, many plants would quickly die out. Because plants lack any sort of mobility and remain in the same spot for.
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