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Jodie Martin, Bram van Moorter, Eloy Revilla, Pierrick Blanchard, Stéphane Dray, Pierre-Yves Quenette, Dominique Allainé and Jon E. Swenson Reciprocal modulation of internal and external factors determines individual movements Journal of Animal Ecology 82

Article first published online: 5 OCT 2012 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1365-2656.2012.02038.x

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Using the Scandinavian brown bear as a model, the authors provide insights on the complex processes of fine-scale individual movements, showing that both internal and external factors must be integrated together in movement analyses to avoid context dependent inferences. The findings open new insights on the balance between the effects of internal and external factors and how this can affect behavioural responses to landscape variability.

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