Human behaviors determine the direct and indirect impacts of free-ranging dogs on wildlife

Published: 6 September 2017| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/yw6bhzrd5v.1
Contributors:
Cláudia Lilian,
Yvonnick Le Pendu,
Gastón Giné,
Thomas Newsome,
Christopher Dickman,
Camila Righetto Cassano

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This file contains the behavioral data explored in Santos et al. "Human behaviors determine the direct and indirect impacts of free-ranging dogs on wildlife" - We used eleven categories to describe dog behavior: feed, resting, exploring, inspection of animal sign, travel, scratch, vigilance, defection, chasing, predation and urination.

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Universidade Estadual de Santa Cruz

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Behavioral Ecology

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