Len Broberg

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Citizen science programs that record wildlife observations on and along roads can help reduce the underreporting of wildlife-vehicle collisions and identify and prioritize road sections where mitigation measures may be required. It is important to evaluate potential biases in opportunistic citizen science data. We investigated whether the opportunistic(More)
One facet of the teaching nursing home activities of the Maine-Dartmouth Family Practice Residency Program involves requiring residents to schedule a yearly family meeting in collaboration with nursing staff for each of the three to six nursing home patients for whom they are primarily responsible. During a one-year period, meetings were held for 45 of 63(More)
In recent decades, an increasing number of highway construction and reconstruction projects have included mitigation measures aimed at reducing wildlife-vehicle collisions and maintaining habitat connectivity for wildlife. The most effective and robust measures include wildlife fences combined with wildlife underpasses and overpasses. The 39 wildlife(More)
Many species have been increasingly recognized as an aggregate of individual dietary specialists. Previous work has emphasized the importance of individual dietary specialization in driving many ecological processes, but less is known about the relationship between individual diet and habitat use. We used data from 7 cougars and 331 predation events(More)