Darren A. Clark

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Testing the influence of edges on animal distributions depends on our capacity to quantify ‘edge’, particularly in heterogeneous landscapes. Habitat quality is likely to differ in instances where edges are abrupt and anthropogenic in origin, versus diffuse, disturbance-created edges. We tested whether or not structurally distinct edge types influence(More)
Cougar (Puma concolor) management in Oregon is unique because hunting cougars with dogs was allowed through the 1994 hunting season, but thereafter Ballot Initiative Measure 18 prohibited the use of dogs to pursue cougars. Since 1995, hunting seasons have become increasingly longer with more tags sold. The effects of changing management structure on(More)
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