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Long-term history of vehicle collisions on the endangered Nēnē (Branta sandvicensis)

: Christopher A. Lepczyk, Kathleen Misajon, Darcy Hu. Data curation: Kathleen Misajon. Formal analysis: Christopher A. Lepczyk. Funding acquisition: Kathleen Misajon, Darcy Hu. Investigation: Christopher A ... . Lepczyk, Kathleen Misajon. Methodology: Christopher A. Lepczyk. Project administration: Christopher A. Lepczyk, Kathleen Misajon, Darcy Hu, David C. Duffy. Writing ? original draft: Christopher A

Quantifying urban growth patterns in Hanoi using landscape expansion modes and time series spatial metrics

greatly improved the work. Author Contributions Supervision: Christopher A. Lepczyk, Tomoaki Miura, Jefferson M. Fox. Writing ? original draft: Duong H. Nong. Writing ? review & editing: Christopher A ... . Lepczyk, Tomoaki Miura, Jefferson M. Fox. 16 / 18 17 / 18 Wu J, Jenerette GD, Buyantuyev A, Redman CL. Quantifying spatiotemporal patterns of urbanization: The case of the two fastest growing metropolitan

Home Range Use and Movement Patterns of Non-Native Feral Goats in a Tropical Island Montane Dry Landscape

Advances in wildlife telemetry and remote sensing technology facilitate studies of broad-scale movements of ungulates in relation to phenological shifts in vegetation. In tropical island dry landscapes, home range use and movements of non-native feral goats (Capra hircus) are largely unknown, yet this information is important to help guide the conservation and restoration of some...

Opinions from the Front Lines of Cat Colony Management Conflict

0 Christopher A. Lepczyk 0 Niko Speybroeck, Universite Catholique de Louvain, Belgium 0 1 Fisheries , Wildlife , and Conservation Biology Program, Department of Forestry & Environmental Resources

Community Attitudes and Practices of Urban Residents Regarding Predation by Pet Cats on Wildlife: An International Comparison

International differences in practices and attitudes regarding pet cats' interactions with wildlife were assessed by surveying citizens from at least two cities in Australia, New Zealand, the UK, the USA, China and Japan. Predictions tested were: (i) cat owners would agree less than non-cat owners that cats might threaten wildlife, (ii) cat owners value wildlife less than non-cat...