Impacts of people and tigers on leopard spatiotemporal activity patterns in a global biodiversity hotspot

@inproceedings{Carter2014ImpactsOP,
  title={Impacts of people and tigers on leopard spatiotemporal activity patterns in a global biodiversity hotspot},
  author={Neil Carter and Micah Jasny and Bhim Gurung and Jianguo Liu},
  year={2014}
}
Leopard population declines largely occur in areas where leopards and people frequently interact. Research on how leopards respond to human presence and competitors, like other predators, can provide important insights on leopard ecology and conservation in human-dominated regions; however, such research is lacking. Here we used data from field cameras in 2010 and 2011 to examine how human presence, prey, and tigers influence leopard spatiotemporal activity patterns in and around Nepal’s… CONTINUE READING
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