Detecting grizzly bear use of ungulate carcasses using global positioning system telemetry and activity data

@article{Ebinger2016DetectingGB,
  title={Detecting grizzly bear use of ungulate carcasses using global positioning system telemetry and activity data},
  author={Michael Ryan Ebinger and Mark A. Haroldson and Frank T. van Manen and Cecily M. Costello and Daniel D. Bjornlie and Daniel J. Thompson and Kerry A. Gunther and Jennifer K. Fortin and Justin E. Teisberg and Shannon R. Pils and Pamela J. White and Steven L. Cain and Paul C. Cross},
  journal={Oecologia},
  year={2016},
  volume={181},
  pages={695-708}
}
Global positioning system (GPS) wildlife collars have revolutionized wildlife research. Studies of predation by free-ranging carnivores have particularly benefited from the application of location clustering algorithms to determine when and where predation events occur. These studies have changed our understanding of large carnivore behavior, but the gains have concentrated on obligate carnivores. Facultative carnivores, such as grizzly/brown bears (Ursus arctos), exhibit a variety of behaviors… CONTINUE READING
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