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Long-term study finds energy development has lasting impact on deer populations

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A new long-term study finds that energy development has longer-lasting impacts on mule deer populations than previously thought. The study, "Mule Deer and Energy Development—Long-term Trends of Habituation and Abundance," appears in the journal Global Change Biology and has implications for energy development planning on federal lands. "There is a common perception that deer and other big game quickly habituate to disturbances like energy development, but our research clearly shows that is not the case with mule deer," says the paper's lead author, Hall Sawyer. more

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