Data from: Understanding patch departure rules for large carnivores: lion movements support a patch-disturbance hypothesis

 

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Title Data trajectories after a kill
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Description These data describe the movements of 8 lions after some identified kills. Data are from GPS-collars.
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Title Data random trajectories
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Description These data correspond to 48-hour trajectories after a random location that did not correspond to a kill site. There are data from the same 8 GPS-collared lions monitored for trajectories after a kill.
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Valeix M, Chamaillé-Jammes S, Loveridge AJ, Davidson Z, Hunt JE, Madzikanda H, Macdonald DW (2011) Understanding patch departure rules for large carnivores: lion movements support a patch-disturbance hypothesis. American Naturalist 178(2): 269-275. http://dx.doi.org/10.1086/660824

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Valeix M, Chamaillé-Jammes S, Loveridge AJ, Davidson Z, Hunt JE, Madzikanda H, Macdonald DW (2011) Data from: Understanding patch departure rules for large carnivores: lion movements support a patch-disturbance hypothesis. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.8861
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