Mike Suitor

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2010 ii ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS This study would not have been possible without the continued support of Colby Loucks and World Wildlife Fund – US, my advisor Dean Urban and Andrew Jakes at the University of Calgary. I would also like to thank Kyran Kunkel, Mike Suitor and Cormack Gates for their advice and support throughout this project and my friends and family(More)
Barbed and woven wire fences, common structures across western North America, act as impediments to wildlife movements. In particular, fencing influences pronghorn (Antilocapra americana) daily and seasonal movements, as well as modifying habitat selection. Because of fencing's impacts to pronghorn and other wildlife, it is a potentially important factor in(More)
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