Movement patterns of an arboreal marsupial at the edge of its range: a case study of the koala

@inproceedings{Davies2013MovementPO,
  title={Movement patterns of an arboreal marsupial at the edge of its range: a case study of the koala},
  author={Nicole Ashley Davies and Galina Gramotnev and Leonie M. Seabrook and Adrian J Bradley and Greg S. Baxter and Jonathan R. Rhodes and Daniel Lunney and Clive McAlpine},
  booktitle={Movement ecology},
  year={2013}
}
BACKGROUND Conservation strategies derived from research carried out in one part of the range of a widely distributed species and then uniformly applied over multiple regions risk being ineffective due to regional variations in species-habitat relationships. This is particularly true at the edge of the range where information on animal movements and resource selection is often limited. Here, we investigate home range size, movement patterns and resource selection of koalas Phascolarctos… CONTINUE READING
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