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Jonathan C. Slaght, Jon S. Horne, Sergei G. Surmach and R.J. Gutiérrez Home range and resource selection by animals constrained by linear habitat features: an example of Blakiston's fish owl Journal of Applied Ecology 50

Article first published online: 19 AUG 2013 | DOI: 10.1111/1365-2664.12143

The synoptic model solves a long-standing problem in home range and resource selection studies because it provides an objective way to estimate the space use of a species whose habitat is constrained by linear features in its environment. Improvements in the accuracy of such estimations can lead to identification of important resources across landscapes, the development of more rigorous site-specific or landscape-scale management plans, and to scientifically defensible conservation or threat mitigation measures.

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