Data from: The landscape of anthropogenic mortality: how African lions respond to spatial variation in risk

Andrew J. Loveridge, Marion Valeix, Nicholas B. Elliot & David W. Macdonald
1. Demography and conservation status of many wild organisms are increasingly shaped by interactions with humans. This is particularly the case for large, wide ranging carnivores. 2. Using 206 mortality records (1999-2012) of lions in Hwange National Park, Zimbabwe, we calculated mortality rates for each source of anthropogenic mortality, modelled risk of anthropogenic mortality across the landscape accounting for time lions spent in different parts of the landscape, and assessed whether subsets of the population...
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