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Using Snapshot camera trap data to evaluate the extent of the ‘weekend effect’ across varying climatic regions of the contiguous United States.

Semester: Spring 2024


Presentation description

In this study, we will use data from a large-scale citizen science camera trapping project to assess whether periodic increases in human recreational activity paired with varying climates will elicit behavioral responses across multiple mammal species in northern Utah, U.S.A. Specifically, we will assess whether increases in human recreational activity during the weekend affected mammalian temporal activity patterns at the community-wide and species-specific level, considering climate.

Presenter Name: Gaby Karakcheyeva

Presentation Type: Poster
Presentation Format: In Person
Presentation #A16
College: Science
School / Department: Biological Sciences
Research Mentor: Austin Green
Date | Time: Tuesday, Apr 9th | 9:00 AM