Habitat selection and their interspecific interactions for mammal assemblage in the Greater Khingan Mountains, northeastern China

@article{Guo2017HabitatSA,
  title={Habitat selection and their interspecific interactions for mammal assemblage in the Greater Khingan Mountains, northeastern China},
  author={Kaimin Guo and Hui Liu and Heng Bao and J Hu and Shoubo Wang and Weihua Zhang and Yuzhuo Zhao and Guangshun Jiang},
  journal={Wildlife Biology},
  year={2017},
  volume={2017}
}
Patterns of habitat use profoundly influence interactions among wildlife species and ecological communities, the sustainability of species and the stability of populations. The Eurasian lynx Lynx lynx, sable Martes zibellina, moose Alces alces, roe deer Capreolus pygargus and mountain hare Lepus timidus are sympatric carnivore and herbivore species in Hanma Nature Reserve in the Greater Khingan Mountains, northeastern China. We conducted snow track sample plot surveys of these mammals during… 
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THE EFFECT OF NOVEL AND FAMILIAR PREDATOR CUES ON PREY VIGILANCE AND FORAGING BEHAVIORS IN THE GREATER KHINGAN MOUNTAINS, INNER MONGOLIA, CHINA
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    Applied Ecology and Environmental Research
  • 2019
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