Site fidelity and behavioral plasticity regulate an ungulate’s response to extreme disturbance

Samantha Kreling, Kaitlyn Gaynor, Alex McInturff, Kendall Calhoun & Justin Brashares
1. With rapid global change, the frequency and severity of extreme disturbance events are increasing worldwide. The ability of animal populations to survive these stochastic events depends on how individual animals respond to their altered environments, yet our understanding of the immediate and short-term responses of animals to acute disturbances remains poor. 2. We focused on animal responses to the environmental disturbance created by megafire. Specifically, we explored the effects of the 2018 Mendocino Complex...
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