Boreal predator co-occurrences reveal shared use of seismic lines in a working landscape

Erin R. Tattersall, Joanna M. Burgar, Jason T. Fisher & A. Cole Burton
Interspecific interactions are an integral aspect of ecosystem functioning that may be disrupted in an increasingly anthropocentric world. Industrial landscape change creates a novel playing field on which these interactions take place, and a key question for wildlife managers is whether and how species are able to coexist in such working landscapes. Using camera traps deployed in northern Alberta, we surveyed boreal predators to determine whether interspecific interactions affected occurrences of black bears (Ursus americanus),...
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