Hochschule für nachhaltige Entwicklung Eberswalde


Habitat is defined as the resources and conditions present in an area producing occupancy and determining the survival and reproduction of an organism (Morrison, M. L., & Hall, L. S. (2002)). Factors such as diet, behaviour, interor intraspecific competition, and the possibility of predation or hunting by humans can all affect where these habitats are chosen (Manly et al. 2002, Hirzel & Le Lay 2008). To assess the anthropogenic impact, a broadscale camera-study was conducted in study area Karwendel located in Bavaria. To test both static and dynamic variables responsible for ungulate habitat choice, an occupancy model was created to estimate the probabilities of detection and habitat use in red deer (Cervus elaphus). The aim of this internship project was to interpret how seasonality affects populations and as a result, the interpretation of surveys conducted during different seasons.

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