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Inclusion of local, expert, or Indigenous knowledge about wildlife populations and their habitats can inform wildlife research, while also increasing knowledge holder engagement and support for wildlife conservation decisions. However, experiential wildlife knowledge accumulated over time through the personal observations of knowledge holders diffe...
Forest fragmentation threatens forest biodiversity and ecosystem function. One of the concerns relates to increases in edge effects, which among other things affects the forest microclimate that influences the distribution and behavior of species. In Alberta, Canada, boreal anthropogenic disturbances from in situ oil exploration are increasing fore...