Tal Avgar
Tal Avgar
Assistant Professor of Movement Ecology, Utah State University
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Moving in the Anthropocene: Global reductions in terrestrial mammalian movements
MA Tucker, K Böhning-Gaese, WF Fagan, JM Fryxell, B Van Moorter, ...
Science 359 (6374), 466-469, 2018
4542018
Spatial memory and animal movement
WF Fagan, MA Lewis, M Auger‐Méthé, T Avgar, S Benhamou, G Breed, ...
Ecology letters 16 (10), 1316-1329, 2013
3342013
Integrated step selection analysis: bridging the gap between resource selection and animal movement
T Avgar, JR Potts, MA Lewis, MS Boyce
Methods in Ecology and Evolution 7 (5), 619-630, 2016
1792016
Environmental and individual drivers of animal movement patterns across a wide geographical gradient
T Avgar, A Mosser, GS Brown, JM Fryxell
Journal of Animal Ecology 82 (1), 96-106, 2013
1542013
On the adaptive benefits of mammal migration
T Avgar, G Street, JM Fryxell
Canadian Journal of Zoology 92 (6), 481-490, 2014
1212014
Animal movement tools (amt): R package for managing tracking data and conducting habitat selection analyses
J Signer, J Fieberg, T Avgar
Ecology and evolution 9 (2), 880-890, 2019
1062019
Space‐use behaviour of woodland caribou based on a cognitive movement model
T Avgar, JA Baker, GS Brown, JS Hagens, AM Kittle, EE Mallon, ...
Journal of Animal Ecology 84 (4), 1059-1070, 2015
832015
Characterizing wildlife behavioural responses to roads using integrated step selection analysis
CM Prokopenko, MS Boyce, T Avgar
Journal of Applied Ecology 54 (2), 470-479, 2017
712017
Wolves adapt territory size, not pack size to local habitat quality
AM Kittle, M Anderson, T Avgar, JA Baker, GS Brown, J Hagens, ...
Journal of Animal Ecology 84 (5), 1177-1186, 2015
642015
An empirically parameterized individual based model of animal movement, perception, and memory
T Avgar, R Deardon, JM Fryxell
Ecological Modelling 251, 158-172, 2013
642013
Relative selection strength: Quantifying effect size in habitat‐and step‐selection inference
T Avgar, SR Lele, JL Keim, MS Boyce
Ecology and evolution 7 (14), 5322-5330, 2017
602017
Animal movement affects interpretation of occupancy models from camera‐trap surveys of unmarked animals
EW Neilson, T Avgar, AC Burton, K Broadley, S Boutin
Ecosphere 9 (1), e02092, 2018
432018
Estimating utilization distributions from fitted step‐selection functions
J Signer, J Fieberg, T Avgar
Ecosphere 8 (4), e01771, 2017
432017
Extent-dependent habitat selection in a migratory large herbivore: road avoidance across scales
CM Prokopenko, MS Boyce, T Avgar
Landscape ecology 32 (2), 313-325, 2017
362017
Roads elicit negative movement and habitat-selection responses by wolverines (Gulo gulo luscus)
MA Scrafford, T Avgar, R Heeres, MS Boyce
Behavioral Ecology 29 (3), 534-542, 2018
342018
The glass is half-full: overestimating the quality of a novel environment is advantageous
O Berger-Tal, T Avgar
PLoS One 7 (4), e34578, 2012
342012
Corridors or risk? Movement along, and use of, linear features varies predictably among large mammal predator and prey species
M Dickie, SR McNay, GD Sutherland, M Cody, T Avgar
Journal of Animal Ecology 89 (2), 623-634, 2020
322020
Rotifer population spread in relation to food, density and predation risk in an experimental system
D Kuefler, T Avgar, JM Fryxell
Journal of Animal Ecology 81 (2), 323-329, 2012
312012
Movement strategies of seed predators as determinants of plant recruitment patterns
L Mari, R Casagrandi, M Gatto, T Avgar, R Nathan
The American Naturalist 172 (5), 694-711, 2008
292008
Linking traits of foraging animals to spatial patterns of plants: social and solitary ants generate opposing patterns of surviving seeds
T Avgar, I Giladi, R Nathan
Ecology letters 11 (3), 224-234, 2008
292008
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