Data from: Recreational harvest and incident-response management reduce human-carnivore conflicts in an anthropogenic landscape

Raithel JD, Reynolds-Hogland MJ, Koons DN, Carr PC, Aubry LM

Date Published: November 29, 2016

DOI: https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.08fc8

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Title NJ black bear encounter histories for multistate models
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Description Individual black bear capture histories from northwestern NJ between 1981-2014. States are: A=Alive; H=Harvested; M=Management Mortality; D=Dead All Other. Class at first capture: c=cub (0-1); y=yearling (1-2); a=adult (2+). Sex: f=female; m=male. Behavior: b=normal bear; p=nuisance or threatening bear.
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Raithel JD, Reynolds-Hogland MJ, Koons DN, Carr PC, Aubry LM (2017) Recreational harvest and incident-response management reduce human-carnivore conflicts in an anthropogenic landscape. Journal of Applied Ecology 54(5): 1552-1562. https://doi.org/10.1111/1365-2664.12830

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Raithel JD, Reynolds-Hogland MJ, Koons DN, Carr PC, Aubry LM (2016) Data from: Recreational harvest and incident-response management reduce human-carnivore conflicts in an anthropogenic landscape. Dryad Digital Repository. https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.08fc8
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