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Human–Coyote Interactions in Calgary, Alberta
Urban coyotes have been studied in few Canadian cities, despite the apparent increase in negative human–coyote incidents. Our study was designed to develop a baseline understanding of the magnitude,Expand
Traffic volume and highway permeability for a mammalian community in the Canadian Rocky Mountains
We examined whether highway traffic volume changed the rates of movement (habitat permeability) for ten mammalian species in the central Canadian Rocky Mountains. Winter track count data wereExpand
Coyote (Canis latrans) Interactions With Humans and Pets Reported in the Canadian Print Media (1995–2010)
Interactions with coyotes are a growing management concern in urban North America. We conducted a content analysis of 453 articles addressing coyote events reported in the Canadian print mediaExpand
The effects of highway transportation corridors on wildlife: a case study of Banff National Park
Road fragmentation is a concern for wildlife viability in and adjacent to protected areas in the Rocky Mountains. Roads create a barrier to wildlife movement and have documented demographic effects,Expand
Spatio‐temporal co‐occurrence of cougars (Felis concolor), wolves (Canis lupus) and their prey during winter: a comparison of two analytical methods
Aims  To examine the spatio-temporal co-occurrence of cougars (Felis concolor), wolves (Canis lupus), and their prey during winter using monthly (November–March) species–environment relationshipExpand
Snow-tracking versus radiotelemetry for predicting wolf-environment relationships in the Rocky Mountains of Canada
Abstract We tested the efficacy of a snow-tracking-based model for predicting wolf (Canis lupus) distribution and environmental relationships, using n independent radiotelemetry data dataset. WeExpand
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