Disturbance type and species life history predict mammal responses to humans

Justin P. Suraci, Kaitlyn M. Gaynor, Maximilian L. Allen, Peter Alexander, Justin S. Brashares, Sara Cendejas-Zarelli, Kevin Crooks, L. Mark Elbroch, Tavis Forrester, Austin M. Green, Jeffrey Haight, Nyeema C. Harris, Mark Hebblewhite, Forest Isbell, Barbara Johnston, Roland Kays, Patrick E. Lendrum, Jesse S. Lewis, Alex McInturff, William McSheaThomas W. Murphy, Meredith S. Palmer, Arielle Parsons, Mitchell A. Parsons, Mary E. Pendergast, Charles Pekins, Laura R. Prugh, Kimberly A. Sager-Fradkin, Stephanie Schuttler, Çağan H. Şekercioğlu, Brenda Shepherd, Laura Whipple, Jesse Whittington, George Wittemyer, Christopher C. Wilmers

Research output: Contribution to journalArticlepeer-review

12 Scopus citations

Fingerprint

Dive into the research topics of 'Disturbance type and species life history predict mammal responses to humans'. Together they form a unique fingerprint.

Earth & Environmental Sciences

Agriculture & Biology

Chemical Compounds