Adirondacks, New York USA, 2000-2002

Project Objectives: To survey the carnivores of Northern New York and establish the effects of land use change on their distribution, habitat requirements, and interactions. In addition to camera traps, we also used track plates and scat surveys to detect carnivores.

Location:New York, USA
Dates:Summers 2000-2002
Sample Period:One month
Camera Models Used:Camtraker film cameras
Camera Stations:55
Website for Additional Information:http://www.nysm.nysed.gov/research_collections/research/labs/mammalogy/research/adirondack-carnivores.html


 
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Principal Investigators (and affiliations):
Roland Kays (New York State Museum), Justina Ray (Wildlife Conservation Society) and Matthew Gompper (University of Missouri)


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