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Elk Alter Habitat Selection as an Antipredator Response to Wolves

For elk (Cervus elaphus) in the Gallatin drainage of the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem, Montana, USA, wolf movements caused local predation risk to vary substantially on a time scale of days. Spatially and temporally fine-scaled data from GPS radio collars show that elk moved into the protective... Full description

1st Person: Creel, Scott
Additional Persons: Winnie,, John; Maxwell, Bruce; Hamlin, Ken; Creel, Michael
Source: in Ecology Vol. 86, No. 12 (2005), p. 3387-3397
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Type of Publication: Article
Language: English
Published: 2005
Keywords: Antipredator Behavior
Behaviorally Mediated Effects
Canis lupus
Cervus elaphus
Elk
GPS Radio Collars
Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem
Habitat Selection
Predation Risk
Wolf
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