Bear necessities = less roads https://t.co/kodZK353Ao
Congratulations @ClaytonTLamb - if you haven't had a chance to read this paper about roads, access, and grizzly bear populations, make sure you bookmark it today.
Honoured to be shortlisted for @JAppliedEcology #ECR award! Awards here: https://t.co/NietT7v4jY Paper here: https://t.co/CNjDUL8yMf Roads & access into #WildPlaces limit threatened grizzly bear population density. Closing roads to public reduces n
And another line of inquiry; roads related to fewer bears when they are open to the public, but road closures help a threatened population recover: https://t.co/ynaTS8TsIK
@DrHWeb @clairefhoffmann @ClaytonTLamb "Increased road densities and human presence in wilderness areas have elevated human‐caused mortality of grizzly bears and reduced bears' use. The highest bear densities were in areas with large tracts of few or no ro
I'm proud to say that I generated some of the science used to support this scientific consensus: https://t.co/cxBzTgPSzn
https://t.co/lODk3nVzJ2 Grizzly Bears running out of room in the Elk Valley, BC! Say no to Bingay Mine near Elkford, BC
How do roads affect grizzly bear population density? https://t.co/wBDNlgR2KG