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    Data from: Habitat segregation between brown bears and gray wolves in a...

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    Replication Data for: Wolves and tree logs: Landscape-scale and fine-scale...

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    Capture of gray wolves in the Kanuti Refuge: Initiation o...

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    Data from: Moose movement rates are altered by wolf presence in two...

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    Data from: Postcranial diversity and recent ecomorphic impoverishment of...

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    Data from: A continental scale trophic cascade from wolves through coyotes...

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    Data from: Competition between sympatric wolf taxa: an example involving...

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    Data from: Natural regeneration on seismic lines influences movement...

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    Data from: Natural re-colonization and admixture of wolves (Canis lupus) in...

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    Data from: Genome-wide analysis of SNPs is consistent with no domestic dog...

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    Data from: Wolves at the crossroad: fission-fusion range biogeography in the...

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    Data from: Density-dependent intraspecific aggression regulates survival in...

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    Data from: Compensatory selection for roads over natural linear features by...

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    Data from: Multiscale factors affecting human attitudes toward snow leopards...

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    Data from: Spatial heterogeneity in the strength of plant-herbivore...

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    Data from: No place like home? A test of the natal habitat-biased dispersal...

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Data from: Faster and farther: wolf movement on linear features and implications for hunting behaviour

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Authors
Melanie Dickie; Robert Serrouya; R. Scott McNay; Stan Boutin
Description

Predation by grey wolves Canis lupus has been identified as an important cause of boreal woodland caribou Rangifer tarandus caribou mortality, and it has been hypothesized that wolf use of human-created linear features such as seismic lines, pipelines and roads increases movement, resulting in higher kill rates. We tested if wolves select linear features and whether movement rates increased while travelling on linear features in north-eastern Alberta and north-western Saskatchewan using 5-min GPS (Global Positioning System) locations from twenty-two wolves in six packs. Wolves selected all but two linear feature classes, with the magnitude of selection depending on feature class and season. Wolves travelled two to three times faster on linear features compared to the natural forest. Increased average daily travelling speed while on linear features and increased proportion of steps spent travelling on linear features increased net daily movement rates, suggesting that wolf use of linear features can increase their search rate. Synthesis and applications. Our findings that wolves move faster and farther on human-created linear features can inform mitigation strategies intended to decrease predation on woodland caribou, a threatened species. Of the features that can realistically be restored, mitigation strategies such as silviculture and linear deactivation (i.e. tree-felling and fencing) should prioritize conventional seismic lines (i.e. cleared lines used for traditional oil and gas exploration) and pipelines, as they were selected by wolves and increased travelling speed, before low-impact seismic lines.

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