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Using animal movement behavior to categorize land cover and predict consequences for connectivity and patch residence times

Bibliographic reference Brown, Leone M. ; Fuda, Rebecca K. ; Schtickzelle, Nicolas ; Coffman ; Jost, Audrey ; et. al. Using animal movement behavior to categorize land cover and predict consequences for connectivity and patch residence times. In: Landscape Ecology, , p. 1-14 (2017)
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