2013
DOI: 10.1590/s1519-69842013000100005
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Abstract: Sampling allows assessing the impact of human activities on mammal communities. It is also possible to assess the accuracy of different sampling methods, especially when the sampling effort is similar. The present study aimed at comparing two mammalian surveys carried out over a three-year interval, in terms of sampling effort, capture success, abundance of domestic dogs, impact of human activities, and relative biomass using camera traps, in the Serra do Japi Biological Reserve and surroundings, located in Ju… Show more

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“…Several studies have demonstrated the efficiency of camera traps for detecting terrestrial mammals (Silveira et al, 2003;Lyra-Jorge et al, 2008;Carvalho et al, 2013). Furthermore, studies have also demonstrated the potential of this tool for recording and studying arboreal and aquatic species, such as marsupials, rodents and primates (Oliveira-Santos et al, 2008;Leuchtenberger et al, 2014;Bowler et al, 2017).…”
Section: Resultsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Several studies have demonstrated the efficiency of camera traps for detecting terrestrial mammals (Silveira et al, 2003;Lyra-Jorge et al, 2008;Carvalho et al, 2013). Furthermore, studies have also demonstrated the potential of this tool for recording and studying arboreal and aquatic species, such as marsupials, rodents and primates (Oliveira-Santos et al, 2008;Leuchtenberger et al, 2014;Bowler et al, 2017).…”
Section: Resultsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Some studies are using the stratified approach with a grid (Tobler et al, 2008), others apply random points or gametrail approach (Cusack et al, 2015). In some of the published papers the sampling approach was not reported (Carvalho et al, 2013).…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Mammals, birds, reptiles, and amphibians all suffer negative impacts (Doherty et al 2017). In tropical regions, studies have documented the impact of dogs on forest wildlife (Galetti and Sazima 2006;Lenth et al 2008;Srbek-Araujo and Chiarello 2008;Lacerda et al 2009;Paschoal et al 2012;Carvalho et al 2013;Lessa et al 2016;Zapata-Ríos and Branch 2016) and have shown that dogs may have a negative effect on wild animals that move along trails and roads between forest fragments and in forest patches (Galetti and Sazima 2006;Lacerda et al 2009;Silva-Rodríguez and Sieving 2012).…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The negative impacts of domestic dogs can be a major problem for conservation units located near major urban centers, with the number and frequency of dog incursions increasing with proximity to urban areas (Lacerda et al 2009;Paschoal et al 2012;Carvalho et al 2013;Lessa et al 2016). Dog-related predation in these areas often results in a decline of the relative abundance and occurrence of wild species (Galetti and Sazima 2006;Carvalho et al 2013;Zapata-Ríos and Branch 2016;Farris et al 2017). For example, Galetti and Sazima (2006) found 46 carcasses of 12 different wild species resulting from predation by domestic dogs in an Atlantic Forest reserve in Brazil.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%