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Quantifying barrier effects of roads and seismic lines on movements of female woodland caribou in northeast Alberta.

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Simon J Dyer, Jack P O'Neill, Shawn M Wasel, and Stan Boutin, 2001, Quantifying barrier effects of roads and seismic lines on movements of female woodland caribou in northeast Alberta.: Canadian Journal of Zoology 80 (2002): 839-845.

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Conclusions:Woodland caribou cross roads less than expected for all time periods except calving and use areas close to roads less frequently than expected. Roads are semipermeable barriers to caribou movement with the greatest barrier effects occurring during late winter.Thresholds/Learnings:

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  • Great Northern Landscape Conservation Cooperative
  • LC MAP - Landscape Conservation Management and Analysis Portal
  • Landscape Patterns Catalog

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