Temporal shifts in landscape connectivity for an ecosystem engineer, the roe deer, across a multiple-use landscape

@article{Martin2018TemporalSI,
  title={Temporal shifts in landscape connectivity for an ecosystem engineer, the roe deer, across a multiple-use landscape},
  author={J. Martin and G. Vourc’h and N. Bonnot and B. Cargnelutti and Y. Chaval and B. Lourtet and M. Goulard and T. Hoch and O. Plantard and A. Hewison and N. Morellet},
  journal={Landscape Ecology},
  year={2018},
  volume={33},
  pages={937-954}
}
  • J. Martin, G. Vourc’h, +8 authors N. Morellet
  • Published 2018
  • Geography
  • Landscape Ecology
  • ContextRoutine movements of large herbivores, often considered as ecosystem engineers, impact key ecological processes. Functional landscape connectivity for such species influences the spatial distribution of associated ecological services and disservices.ObjectivesWe studied how spatio-temporal variation in the risk-resource trade-off, generated by fluctuations in human activities and environmental conditions, influences the routine movements of roe deer across a heterogeneous landscape… CONTINUE READING
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