Raw dataset of Sardinian wild boar spatial location for the study "Behavioural responses to temporal variations of human presence: insights from an urban adapter"
The following document contains raw spatial locations collected by means of GPS telemetry on free-ranging wild boar in Sardinia (Italy) from 2017 to 2019, used in the study entitled "Behavioural responses to temporal variations of human presence: insights from an urban adapter". The excel is composed of three sheets: #1 individual metadata, #2 GPS spatial locations, and #3 legend.
Steps to reproduce
Wild boars were captured by means of baited traps, between 2017 and 2019 (n=15, 8 females and 7 males). We equipped them with GPS collars (Vectronic Aerospace GmbH). For more details see: Brogi, R., Brivio, F., Bertolucci, C., Benazzi, M., Luccarini, S., Cappai, N., ... & Grignolio, S. (2019). Capture effects in wild boar: a multifaceted behavioural investigation. Wildlife Biology, 2019(1), 1-10.
Sassari Province Administration
Porto Conte Regional Park
FSC 2014-2020 – “Patto per lo Sviluppo della Regione Sardegna”