Toward a Panther-centered View of the Forests of South Florida

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Andrew J. Kerkhoff; Bruce T. Milne; David S. Maehr;
  • Publisher: Resilience Alliance
  • Journal: Ecology and Society (issn: 1708-3087)
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  • Related identifiers: doi: 10.5751/ES-00177-040101
  • Subject: Puma concolor coryi</i> | Florida panther | anthropogenic disturbance | conditional mapping | controls on distribution | fractal analysis | habitat selection | landscape conservation | organism-centered landscapes | scale dependence | telemetry | Biology (General) | QH301-705.5 | Ecology | QH540-549.5

Anthropogenic habitat degradation and loss is the single largest threat to the endangered Florida panther, Puma concolor coryi. Conservation of the subspecies must be undertaken on the scale of the entire landscape. Thus, a view of the forested landscape of South Florid... View more
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