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Keyword: highway crossing probability

Using environmental features to model highway crossing behavior of Canada lynx in the Southern Rocky Mountains

Publications Posted on: January 10, 2017
Carnivores are particularly sensitive to reductions in population connectivity caused by human disturbance and habitat fragmentation. Permeability of transportation corridors to carnivore movements is central to species conservation given the large spatial extent of transportation networks and the high mobility of many carnivore species.