Detection histories of mesocarnivores in agricultural areas of Southern Chile

Nicolás Gálvez, José Infante, Adrián Fernandez, Jesús Díaz & Lisanne Petracca
We obtained mesocarnivore detection/non-detection data from 180 sampling units (4 km2 each) located in the agricultural landscapes of southern Chile from January-April of 2019. We used single-species occupancy models to investigate the associations of forest fragmentation, forest loss, and private land ownership subdivision (as a measure of human use intensification) with the occurrence of four mesocarnivores (güiña, grey fox, culpeo fox, and Molina’s hog-nosed skunk), and extended this framework to two-species occupancy models to assess...
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