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Behavioral adjustments of African herbivores to predation risk by lions: spatiotemporal variations influence habitat use.

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Predators may influence their prey populations not only through direct lethal effects, but also through indirect behavioral changes. Here, we combined spatiotemporal fine-scale data from GPS radio collars on lions with habitat use information on 11 African herbivores in Hwange National Park (Zimbabwe) to test whether the risk of predation by lions influenced the distribution of herbivores in the landscape. Effects of long-term risk of predation (likelihood of lion presence calculated over fou...

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10.1890/08-0606.1

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Journal:
Ecology
Volume:
90
Issue:
1
Pages:
23-30
Publication date:
2009-01-01
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ISSN:
0012-9658
Source identifiers:
211046
Language:
English
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pubs:211046
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uuid:ec69b5fd-6e48-4937-b3ef-93aa71136198
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pubs:211046
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2013-11-16

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