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by R.A. Powell,J.W. Zimmerman,D. Erran Seaman,C. Powell

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R.A. Powell,J.W. Zimmerman,D. Erran Seaman,C. Powell
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Chapman & Hall Wildlife Ecology and Behaviour Series.

Chapman & Hall Wildlife Ecology and Behaviour Series. Ecology and Behaviour of North American Black Bears. Home Ranges, Habitat and Social Organization. The authors provide an overview of black bears and methods for their study before discussing concepts of home range, developing predictive habitat quality models, addressing influences of food production on social organization and exploring the mating behaviour of male bears.

Series: Chapman & Hall Wildlife, Ecology and Behaviour Series Volume: 4. By: RA Powell, JW Zimmerman and DE Seaman. This book discusses home ranges, of animals in general, and of black bears in particular. 203 pages, 20 col and b/w illus, 41 line illus. Publisher: Chapman & Hall. The book emphasises how critical aspects of the animals' home ranges, such as food, affect how the animals space themselves. It also explores whether food or females affect more the home ranges of males.

They prefer forest with thick understory and landscapes with lots of vegetation, but can be found in urban populated areas. a b Powell, Roger . Zimmerman, John Wayne and Seaman, David Erran (1997) Ecology and behaviour of North American black bears: home ranges, habitat, and social organization. Vol. 4. Springer, ISBN 0412788306.

Movement, home ranges, activity, and dispersal and behaviour of North American black bears: home ranges, habitat. and social organization. Chapman & Hall, London, United.

Movement, home ranges, activity, and dispersal. Pp. 188–217 in Carnivore ecology and conservation: a handbook of. techniques (L. Boitani and R. A. Powell, ed. and behaviour of North American black bears: home ranges, habitat. Ries, . r. j. fletcher,jr. battin,and t. D. sisk.

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Ecology and Behaviour of North American Black Bears Home Ranges, Habitat and Social Organization (Wildlife Ecology and Behaviour Series, 4). series. Chapman & Hall Wildlife Ecology and Behaviour Series. Ecology and Behaviour of North American Black Bears C. Powell, R. Powell, D. Erran Seaman, J. W. Zimmerman Springer Science+Business Media, 1996 . catalog.

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The North American black bear has further enhanced its survival ability by maintaining some of the tree climbing . London: Chapman & Hall.

The North American black bear has further enhanced its survival ability by maintaining some of the tree climbing abilities of its ancestors. This tree climbing ability coupled with other features common to bears, such as its digestive system; make the black bear a versatile creature capable of surviving in a wide range of habitats, hence its high population. References Herrero, S. (1985). Bear attacks-their causes and avoidance.

Covering the ecology and behaviour of North American black bears, this volume discusses such topics as: home ranges and home range estimators; predicting habitat quality and use of home ranges; food.

Covering the ecology and behaviour of North American black bears, this volume discusses such topics as: home ranges and home range estimators; predicting habitat quality and use of home ranges; foo. More). Mustelid Spacing Patterns: Variations on a Theme by Mustela.

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What main factors affect mamalian home-range size and dynamics? To what extent do constraints on home range characteristics vary between the sexes? This book aims to address these issues by concentrating the authors' expertise and experience in studies of home ranges in general and focussing on their studies of the black bears of the Pisgah Forest, North Carolina, in particular. The authors provide an overveiw of the black bears and methods for their study before discussing concepts of home range, developing predictive habitat quality models, addressing influences on food produstion on social organisation and exploring the mating behavior of male bears. The resulting volume, the fourth in Chapman & Hall's Wildlife Ecology and Behaviour Series, provides stimulating coverage of a topical issue making it not only of specific interest to behavioural ecologists but also a broad range of biologists. The superb illustrations and clarity of text also ensures that this book is of general appeal to those with a wider interest in bears and the theory and practice of scientific study.