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How landscape dynamics link individual- to population-level movement patterns: A multispecies comparison of ungulate relocation data

Mueller, T.;Olson, K. A.;Dressler, G.;Leimgruber, P.;Fuller, T. K.;Nicolson, C.;Novaro, A. J.;Bolgeri, M. J.;Wattles, D.;Destefano, S.;Calabrese, J. M.;Fagan, W. F.


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Mueller, T.;Olson, K. A.;Dressler, G.;Leimgruber, P.;Fuller, T. K.;Nicolson, C.;Novaro, A. J.;Bolgeri, M. J.;Wattles, D.;Destefano, S.;Calabrese, J. M.;Fagan, W. F. (2011). How landscape dynamics link individual- to population-level movement patterns: A multispecies comparison of ungulate relocation data. Global Ecology and Biogeography. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/j.1466-8238.2010.00638.x

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