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Investigation of winter habitat selection by woodland caribou in relation to forage abundance and snow accumulation
Imprecision and misclassification of land cover types are two issues commonly encountered in habitat selection studies using satellite land cover classifications and telemetry data. Here, the utility of broad land cover ...
Adaptive habitat selection by a single celled alga?
Faculty and students in the Department of Biology are bound together by a common interest in explaining the diversity of life, the fit between form and function, and the distribution and abundance of organisms. The research ...
Adaptability in moose (Alces alces L) : habitat selection in two landscapes in Newfoundland, Canada
Moose (Alces alces [L.]) exist circumglobally and in a vast array of different habitats. I explore differences in habitat selection in relation to differences in availability of forest stands by habitat type and number of ...