Data from: Logging-induced changes in habitat network connectivity shape behavioral interactions in the wolf-caribou-moose system

Nicolas Courbin, Daniel Fortin, Christian Dussault & R. Courtois
Habitat connectivity influences the distribution dynamics of animals. Connectivity can therefore shape trophic interactions, but little empirical evidence is available, especially for large mammals. In forest ecosystems, logging alters functional connectivity among habitat patches, and such activities can affect the spatial game between large herbivores and their predators. We used graph theory to evaluate how harvesting-induced changes in habitat connectivity influence patch choice and residency time of GPS-collared caribou (Rangifer tarandus caribou) and moose (Alces...
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