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    Carnivores in the central Iranian plateau have experienced considerable declines in their populations during the last century. Ecological niche models can inform conservation efforts aimed at increasing the suitability of carnivore habitat by providing valuable information on the scale-dependent relationships between species and their environment.

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    Khosravi, Rasoul; Hemami, Mahmoud-Reza; Cushman, Samuel A. 2019. Multi-scale niche modeling of three sympatric felids of conservation importance in central Iran. Landscape Ecology. doi: 10.1007/s10980-019-00900-0.


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    carnivores, ecological niche models, multiscale species distribution models, spatial filtering, spatial scale

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