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Data from: Resource selection and landscape change reveal mechanisms suppressing population recovery for the world's most endangered antelope Ali, Abdullahi H.; Ford, Adam T.; Evans, Jeffrey S.; Mallon, David P.; Hayes, Matthew M.; King, Juliet; Amin, Rajan; Goheen, Jacob R.

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Understanding how bottom-up and top-down forces affect resource selection can inform restoration efforts. With a global population size of ; Usage notes
Livestock, Cattle, elephants abundance in hirola's range_77_2011This is aerial survey data from the Department of Resource Survey and Remote Sensing Kenya from 1977 to 2011 to give historical estimates wildlife and livestock abundances. We estimated the trends of livestock, hirola, elephants abundances from this data.Masalani_daily rainfallThe rainfall data file contains daily rainfall observations for Masalani station in the centre of hirola's geographic range for the period from 1970-2009.Hirolacollardatamay2nd 2015The hirola collar data contains the telemetry data of collared hirola individuals within the hirola's geographic range. Note: due to the sensitive nature of the data, GPS location information for the critically endangered Beatragus hunteri have been removed from the dataset.Imagery analysisP166R61zip contains details of the imagery analysis (1985 and 2012) for the hirola's geographic range.P166R61_zip.zip
Hirolakillsites_2015Hirola kill sites data contains observed hirola kill sites collected by network of scouts within the hirola's geographic range. Note: due to the sensitive nature of the data, GPS location information for the critically endangered Beatragus hunteri have been removed from the dataset.

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