Effect of forest roads on habitat use by Roosevelt elk

  • Witmer G
  • DeCalesta D
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Radio locations of 6 female Roosevelt elk (Cervus elaphus roosevelti were monitored for one year in the central Coast Range of Oregon. Frequency distributions of elk from paved and spur roads were compared with distributions of 200 randomly located points about paved and spur roads. Elk were located at half the expected frequency within a 500 m wide band surrounding paved roads. Significantly fewer (P

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  • ISSN: 1
  • PUI: 16280614
  • DOI: 3
  • SGR: 0022202857
  • SCOPUS: 2-s2.0-0022202857
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  • Gary W Witmer

  • David S DeCalesta

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