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Landscape complexity persists as a critical source of bias in terrestrial animal home range estimation

We reviewed the home range literature to document the prevalence of spatial dimensionality in their analytical frameworks. We found that less than 1% of studies have accounted for spatial dimensionality.

Integrating the multi-domainal and multi-dimensional nature of animal movement into ecological modelling

Here, we discuss the multi-dimensional nature of animal movement throughout the world’s four spatial domains. We explore the implications for ecological modelling and the inferences that derive from them.

The effect of camera-trap viewshed obstruction on wildlife detection: implications for inferences

We aimed to determine the effect of camera-trap viewshed obstruction on wildlife detection rates for a suite of eight North American species that vary in terms of ecology, commonness and body size.

Quantifying the Severity of Giraffe Skin Disease via Photogrammetry Analysis of Camera Trap Data

We developed a quantitative technique that enabled us to quantify the severity and prelvalence of Giraffe Skin Disease in two distinct populations Tanzania.

Evaluating the individuality of animal‐habitat relationships

We sought to understand the individuality of animal-habitat relationships and the consequences that aggregated inferences might have on management strategies.