Biophysical ecology of the white-footed sportive lemur (Lepilemur leucopus) in southern Madagascar
Understanding the impacts of environmental change on wildlife will require an integrated approach that draws together different disciplines and exploits new technologies and innovations. Biophysical mechanistic models have emerged as key tools for trait-based species conservation management and risk assessment. Mechanistic models apply fundamental principles to predict animals' energetic requirements and provide insights into underlying drivers of distribution change and species vulnerability...[Show more]
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