Browsing Rocky Mountain Advanced Computing Consortium by Subject "wildlife"
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The use of statistical models to predict species distributions and suitable habitat has become an essential tool for wildlife management and conservation planning. Models have been especially useful with rare and endangered ...
Spatial locations of Intensive Modified Whittaker plot locations in the Bale Mountains, Ethiopia. Each location represents the center of a 20 meter x 50 meter plot where vegetation and wildlife data were collected.
Dataset for the reproduction of the item response model in "More robust local governance suggests positive effects of long-term community conservation" Community-based conservation (CBC) is essential to promoting biodiversity protection and livelihood development. Despite significant financial and institutional investment, performance of CBC interventions is mixed, with ...