WCS Greater Yellowstone Ungulate Migration

May 24, 2011
Uploaded by Andra Bontrager
Recommended by Michael Lundin
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This data set contains large mammal migration routes for five ungulate species (elk, mule deer, bighorn sheep, moose, and pronghorn) in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem, as compiled from GIS data on migration route locations for Wyoming, Montana, and Idaho. Each route is assigned a confidence ranking, a threat score and mean threat value based on the likelihood of adverse impacts from human land use along the length of the route (Lyons 2006).
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Regan Lyons (2006), email: regan.lyons@alumni.duke.edu
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Masters project submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the Master of Environmental Management degree in the Nicholas School of the Environment and Earth Sciences of Duke University

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Wildlife Conservation Society
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Andra Bontrager
GIS Specialist with Wildlife Conservation Society

Physical Geographer with expertise in Ecological applications of GIS for wildlife conservation.