Evidence for synergistic cumulative impacts of marking and hunting in a wildlife species.

Frédéric LeTourneux, Gilles Gauthier, Roger Pradel, Josée Lefebvre & Pierre Legagneux
Non-additive effects from multiple interacting stressors can have unpredictable outcomes on wildlife. Stressors that initially have negligible impacts may become significant if they act in synergy with novel stressors. Wildlife markers can be a source of physiological stress for animals and are ubiquitous in ecological studies. Their potential impacts on vital rates may vary over time, particularly when changing environments impose new stressors. In this study, we evaluated the temporal changes in the combined impact...
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