ECORREGIONES DEL PARAGUAY PDF

A brief summary of the item is not available. Add a brief summary about the item. Web Map by Nico_Eloy. Created: Jun 14, Updated: Jun 15, View. Download scientific diagram | Ecorregiones del Paraguay siguiendo a Cacciali ( ). 1. Pantanal. 2. Chaco Seco. 3. Chaco Húmedo. 4. Cerrado. 5. Bosque. Checklist of the Fishes of Paraguay (CLOFPY). Ichthyological Análisis cualitativo para la definición de las ecorregiones de Paraguay occidental. Paraquaria.

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Movement models tested were a random search model Brownian motion with uncorrelated velocities and no limits to space use, a random search model with constrained space use Ornstein—Uhlenbeck, OUand Ornstein—Uhlenbeck motion with foraging OUF which is the OU process with correlated velocities Fleming et al.

Furthermore, given continuing deforestation, conservation initiatives need to take into account the large spatial needs of jaguar in western Paraguay by recognizing and incorporating the role of parafuay lands in the long-term conservation of the species in Paraguay and in maintaining trans-boundary connectivity among populations. Volume 20 Issue 1 Janpp. Prices are subject to change without notice. Non-optimal animal movement in human-altered landscapes.

Columbia University Press, New York. Consequently, GPS-based telemetry was used to study space use and movements of jaguars in ecortegiones Paraguay in the Dry Chaco, Humid Chaco and Pantanal, the region with the largest jaguar population in the country. The mating tactics and spacing patterns of solitary carnivores, In: Volume 42 Issue 1 Janpp.

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Volume 80 Issue 6 Novpp. PhD Dissertation, University of Florida.

Ecology and behavior of the jaguar Panthera onca in Belize, Central America. Volume ;araguay Issue 4 Decpp. Volume 23 Issue 2 Janpp. Jaguars in the Dry Chaco had high movement rates and directionality in movement, similar to individuals from the Amazon in seasonally flooded forests Morato et al.

See all formats and pricing. Volume 78 Issue 4 Novpp. Volume 39 Issue 3 Janpp. Safe and selective capture technique for jaguars in the Paraguayan Chaco.

All these models account for autocorrelation in positions, while the OUF model accounts for autocorrelation in velocities and the OU and OUF models include range residency home range. A range-wide model of landscape connectivity and conservation for the jaguarPanthera onca. If the best fitting model displayed range residency by an individual the model was used to estimate a home range using autocorrelated kernel density estimation AKDE; Fleming et al.

Volume 61 Issue 1 Janpp. Volume 44 Issue 2 Janpp. Volume 40 Issue 1 Janpp. Home range estimates from the Dry Paragauy for both males and females are considerably larger than other estimates from this study and Morato et al.

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Volume 76 Issue 4 Pzraguaypp. Volume 55 Issue 1 Janpp. Moreover, developing methodologies were employed to determine home range residency and account for autocorrelation in the data Fleming et al. Space use and movement of jaguar Panthera onca in western Paraguay.

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The State of the Jaguar in Volume 43 Issue 2 Janpp. Volume 6 Issue 1 Janpp. By using the comment function on degruyter. Rigorous home range estimation with movement data: Consequently, the OU and OUF models produce estimates of home range size and home range crossing time, while the OUF model additionally estimates the velocity autocorrelation time scale a measure of path sinuosity and mean distance traveled per day Fleming et al.

Volume 26 Issue 4 Janpp. This relationship is further supported by the estimated movement parameters which showed that males traveled farther, faster, and more directionally than females in response to the need to cover and maintain their larger home ranges.

High jaguar densities and large population sizes in the core habitat of the southwestern Amazon. Volume 65 Issue 1 Janpp. Home range, core area and movement parameter estimates Best fitting models for the movement of jaguars were either the OU or OUF models with 16 individuals demonstrating residency Table 1.