Data from: Characterizing wildlife behavioural responses to roads using integrated step selection analysis

Christina M. Prokopenko, Mark S. Boyce & Tal Avgar
Roads are a prevalent, ever-increasing form of human disturbance on the landscape. In many places in western North America, energy development has brought human and road disturbance into seasonal winter range areas for migratory elk. We sought to evaluate the predictions from the risk-disturbance hypothesis when studying elk response to roads during winter. Road proximity and crossing were used to evaluate these behaviours, which offered a rare comparison between two common measures of roads. We...
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