Data from: Habitat attributes associated with short-term settlement of Ozark hellbender (Cryptobranchus alleganiensis bishopi) salamanders following translocation to the wild

Catherine M. Bodinof, Jeffrey T. Briggler, Randall E. Junge, Jeff Beringer, Mark D. Wanner, Chawna D. Schuette, Jeff Ettling & Joshua J. Millspaugh
1. Organisms associated with lotic systems rank among the most threatened because of global change. Although translocation is being increasingly applied as a conservation strategy, most studies have focused on survival and recruitment of individuals, and few have attempted to identify how habitat attributes influence short-term settlement of animals during the critical post-release period. 2. We demonstrate the application of resource selection modelling in an information theoretic framework to identify release-site characteristics that will increase...
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