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Reptile Home Ranges Revisited : a Case study of spaCe use of sonoRan deseRt toRtoises ( Gopherus morafkai )

@inproceedings{Christen2020ReptileHR,
  title={Reptile Home Ranges Revisited : a Case study of spaCe use of sonoRan deseRt toRtoises ( Gopherus morafkai )},
  author={Christen and H. and Fleming and J. and Daren Riedle},
  year={2020}
}
—Many recommendations exist for estimating home ranges of herpetofauna, often focused on mitigating effects of sedentary behavior and autocorrelation. Authors have often applied minimum convex polygons (MCP) or kernel density estimators (KDE) due to common usage or perceived benefits in comparing studies; however, assumption violations compromise the validity of estimates and comparisons between studies. Recently developed autocorrelated kernel density estimation (AKDE) alleviates these… Expand

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