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Population Fragmentation and Inter-EcosystemMovem ents of Grizzly Bears in Western Canada andthe Northern United States

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2018-04-16 23:18:25
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2018-04-16 23:20:30
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2011-07-29

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Michael Proctor(Author), Chris Servheen(Author), Wayne Kasworm(Author), Great Northern Landscape Conservation Cooperative(administrator), LCC Network Data Steward(administrator), 2018-04-16(creation), 2018-04-16(lastUpdate), 2011-07-29(Acquisition), Population Fragmentation and Inter-EcosystemMovem ents of Grizzly Bears in Western Canada andthe Northern United States

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Population fragmentation compromises population viability, reduces a species ability to respond toclimate change, and ultimately may reduce biodiversi ty. We studied the current state and potential causes offragmentation in grizzly bears over approximat ely 1,000,000 km of western Canada, the northern United States(US), and southeast Alaska. We compiled much of our data from projects undertaken with a variety of researchobjectives including population estimation and trend, landscape fragmentation, habitat selection, vital rates, andresponse to human development. Our prim ary analytical techniques stemmed from genetic analysis of 3,134 bears,supplemented with radiotelemetry data from 792 bears. We used 15 locus microsatellite data coupled [...]

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