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Examining the occupancy–density relationship for a low‐density carnivore

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The challenges associated with monitoring low‐density carnivores across large landscapes have limited the ability to implement and evaluate conservation and management strategies for such species. Non‐invasive sampling techniques and advanced statistical approaches have alleviated some of these challenges and can even allow for spatially explicit estimates of density, one of the most valuable wildlife monitoring tools.
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Keywords: Pekania pennanti; carnivore; density estimation; detection–non‐detection data; fisher; hair snares; non‐invasive sampling; occupancy; remote cameras; spatial capture–recapture

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: December 1, 2017

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