Multiscale Habitat Relationships of a Habitat Specialist Over Time: The Case of Ocelots in Texas from 1982 to 2017
Author(s): Amanda M. Veals, Joseph D. Holbrook, AnnMarie Blackburn, C. Jane Anderson, Randy W. DeYoung, Tyler A. Campbell, John H. Young Jr., Michael E. Tewes
Published: August 2022
Evaluating temporal trends in habitat and behavioral responses is critical for conservation, yet long-term monitoring studies are rare. We used a 35-year dataset (1982–2017) to assess multiscale habitat use and selection by an endangered carnivore, the ocelot (Leopardus pardalis), in South Texas, USA.
Veals, A. M., J.D Holbrook, A. Blackburn, C. J. Anderson, R. W. DeYoung, T. A. Campbell, J. H. Young, and M. E. Tewes. 2022. “Multiscale Habitat Relationships of a Habitat Specialist Over Time: The Case of Ocelots in Texas from 1982 to 2017.” Ecosphere 13(8): e4204. https://doi.org/10.1002/ecs2.4204