Quantifying Drivers of Wild Pig Movement Across Multiple Spatial and Temporal Scales
Author(s): Shannon L. Kay, Justin W. Fischer, Andrew J. Monaghan, James C. Beasley, Raoul Boughton, Tyler A. Campbell, Susan M. Cooper, Stephen S. Ditchkoff, Steve B. Hartley, John C. Kilgo, Samantha M. Wisely, A. Christy Wycoff, Kurt C. VerCauteren, and Kim M. Pepin
Published: June 2017
The movement behavior of an animal is determined by extrinsic and intrinsic factors that operate at multiple spatio-temporal scales, yet much of our knowledge of animal movement comes from studies that examine only one or two scales concurrently. Understanding the drivers of animal movement across multiple scales is crucial for understanding the fundamentals of movement ecology, predicting changes in distribution, describing disease dynamics, and identifying efficient methods of wildlife conservation and management.
Kay, S.L., J.W. Fischer, A.J. Monaghan, J.C. Beasley, R. Boughton, T.A. Campbell, S.M. Cooper, S.S. Ditchkoff, S.B. Hartley, J.C. Kilgo, S.M. Wisely, A.C. Wycoff, K.C. VerCauteren, and K.M. Pepin. 2017. Quantifying drivers of wild pig movement across multiple spatial and temporal scales. Movement Ecology 5(14): DOI 10.1186/s40462-017-0105-1.