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The bioclimatic envelope of the wolverine ( Gulo gulo ): do climatic constraints limit its geographic distribution?

The bioclimatic envelope of the wolverine ( Gulo gulo ): do climatic constraints limit its geographic distribution?,10.1139/Z09-136,Canadian Journal o

The bioclimatic envelope of the wolverine ( Gulo gulo ): do climatic constraints limit its geographic distribution?   (Citations: 2)
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J. P. Copeland, K. S. McKelvey, K. B. Aubry, A. Landa, J. Persson, R. M. Inman, J. Krebs, E. Lofroth, H. Golden, J. R. Squires, A. Magoun, M. K. Schwartzhttp://academic.research.microsoft.com/io.ashx?type=5&id=44316374&selfId1=0&selfId2=0&maxNumber=12&query=
Journal: Canadian Journal of Zoology-revue Canadienne De Zoologie - CAN J ZOOL , vol. 88, no. 3, pp. 233-246, 2010
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    • ...If by ‘‘correlation’’ McKelvey et al. (2010) simply mean that we did not use manipulative experiments to robustly demonstrate causality, then we note that every paper that they cite, including their own recent effort to map wolverine occurrence data onto environmental variables (Copeland et al. 2010), could be called correlative as well...

    Jedediah F. Brodieet al. Wolverines and declining snowpack: response to comments

    • ...Recently, we showed that wolverines appear to be restricted to cold areas represented by the availability and distribution of spring (mid-April to mid-May) snow cover (Copeland et al. 2010)...
    • ...Not only do wolverines require spring snow cover for reproductive dens, but year-round habitat use (Copeland et al. 2010) and travel routes associated with successful dispersals (Schwartz et al. 2009) are also confined almost exclusively to this climatic zone...

    Kevin S. McKelveyEricet al. Comments on Brodie and Post: Climate-driven declines in wolverine popu...

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