Occupancy patterns of large mammals in the Far North of Ontario under imperfect detection and spatial autocorrelation

Poley, L.G.; Pond, B.A.; Schaefer, J.A.; Brown, G.S.; Ray, J.C.; Johnson, D.S.


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Poley, L.G.; Pond, B.A.; Schaefer, J.A.; Brown, G.S.; Ray, J.C.; Johnson, D.S. (2014). Occupancy patterns of large mammals in the Far North of Ontario under imperfect detection and spatial autocorrelation. Journal of Biogeography. https://library.wcs.org/doi/ctl/view/mid/33065/pubid/PUB14509.aspx

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