Data from: Forest structure and snow depth alter the movement patterns and subsequent expenditures of a forest carnivore, the Pacific marten

Marie Martin, Katie Moriarty & Jonathan Pauli
Energetic balance is central to the survival and persistence of free-ranging animals. Quantifying expenditures and identifying factors that drive energetics informs our understanding of species’ ecology and their responses to shifting environmental conditions. Approaches used to estimate energetic expenditures of free-ranging species, such as doubly-labelled water (DLW), are precise but difficult to implement. Global positioning system (GPS) collars and accelerometers have emerged as alternatives for estimating expenditures, but these techniques have few applications in terrestrial...
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