New Paper – Move to nocturnality not a universal trend in carnivore species on disturbed landscapes

New Paper – Move to nocturnality not a universal trend in carnivore species on disturbed landscapes

Species living on human disturbed landscapes react differently. This is not news but most of the work on species response to disturbance has been spatial. This novel contribution (part of Sandra Frey’s award winning MSc work) documents the complex temporal effects of human disturbance on wildlife.

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