Habitat Loss, Not Fragmentation, Drives Occurrence Patterns of Canada Lynx at the Southern Range Periphery

Hornseth, M. L.;Walpole, A. A.;Walton, L. R.;Bowman, J.;Ray, J. C.;Fortin, M. J.;Murray, D. L.


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Hornseth, M. L.;Walpole, A. A.;Walton, L. R.;Bowman, J.;Ray, J. C.;Fortin, M. J.;Murray, D. L. (2014). Habitat Loss, Not Fragmentation, Drives Occurrence Patterns of Canada Lynx at the Southern Range Periphery. PLoS ONE. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0113511

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