Landscape Structure of Woody Cover Patches for Endangered Ocelots in Southern Texas

Author(s): Jason V. Lombardi, Humberto L. Perotto-Baldivieso, Maksim Sergeyev, Amanda M. Veals, Landon Schofield, John H. Young, Jr., and Michael E. Tewes

Published: October 2021

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Few ecological studies have explored landscape suitability using the gradient concept of landscape structure for wildlife species. Identification of conditions influencing the landscape ecology of endangered species allows for development of more robust recovery strategies.

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Lombardi, J.V., H.L. Perotto-Baldivieso, M. Sergeyev, A.M. Veals, L. Schofield, J.H. Young, Jr., and 
M.E. Tewes. 2021. Landscape structure of woody cover patches for endangered ocelots in southern Texas. Remote Sensing (13) 4001: https://doi.org/10.3390/rs13194001

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