Mesopredator spatial and temporal responses to large predators and human development in the Santa Cruz Mountains of California

Abstract

Human-driven declines of apex predators can trigger widespread impacts throughout ecological communities. Reduced apex predator occupancy or activity can release mesopredators from intraguild competition, with unknown repercussions on the ecological community. As exurban development continues to expand worldwide, it is important to document how… (More)

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@inproceedings{Wang2015MesopredatorSA, title={Mesopredator spatial and temporal responses to large predators and human development in the Santa Cruz Mountains of California}, author={Yiwei Wang and Maximilian L. Allen and Christopher C. Wilmers}, year={2015} }