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Single-species and multiple-species connectivity models for large mammals on the Navajo Nation

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2017

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Erica Fleishman(Author), Southern Rockies Landscape Conservation Cooperative(administrator), 2017-08-16(creation), 2017-08-16(lastUpdate), 2017(Publication), Single-species and multiple-species connectivity models for large mammals on the Navajo Nation

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Estimation of connectivity for multiple species could increase the efficiency of resource management and elucidate trade-offs among maintenance of connectivity for different taxa. We identified potential areas of high connectivity for 5 species of mammals on the Navajo Nation and adjacent lands in Utah, Arizona, and New Mexico, USA: mountain lion (Puma concolor), mule deer (Odocoileus hemionus), desert bighorn sheep (Ovis canadensis nelsoni), American black bear (Ursus americanus), and pronghorn (Antilocapra americana). These species were identified by the Navajo Nation as relevant to the benefit of their present and future generations. We used telemetry data to calculate utilization distributions, derive model permeability (the probability [...]

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