Florida Panther Habitat Selection Analysis of Concurrent GPS and VHF Telemetry Data

@inproceedings{Land2008FloridaPH,
  title={Florida Panther Habitat Selection Analysis of Concurrent GPS and VHF Telemetry Data},
  author={E. Darrell Land and David B. Shindle and Robert Kawula and John F Benson and Mark Lotz and Dave Onorato},
  year={2008}
}
Abstract Florida panthers (Puma concolor coryi) are listed as an endangered subspecies in the United States and they exist in a single Florida population with <100 individuals; all known reproduction occurs south of Lake Okeechobee. Habitat loss is the biggest threat to this small population and previous studies of habitat selection have relied on very high frequency (VHF) telemetry data collected almost exclusively during diurnal periods. We investigated habitat selection of 12 panthers in the… CONTINUE READING

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