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Apparent competition and the differing effects of generalist and specialist predators on cervid populations
Apparent competition is an important ecological function that has been extensively studied in wild cervid populations, but little is known about how to manage it or why some cervid populations are more affected by it ...
Carrying capacity of vicunas in the Chimborazo Faunal Production Reserve, Ecuador
The Chimborazo Faunal Production Reserve (CFPR) and the reintroduction of the vicuna (Vicugna vicugna) is a success story for species conservation in South America. While the vicuna was once thought to be headed for ...
Estimating change of amphibian wetland habitat for Painted Rock Island, Lake of the Woods, from 1952-2015 using historical aerial photography and modern satellite imagery
Amphibians are suffering from global decline due to a synergy of factors – many of which are primarily the result of anthropogenic impacts including climate change, yet they are a crucial component of a functioning ecosystem. ...
Habitat composition and spatial response of white-tailed deer to forestry treatments in moose range, Grand Portage Indian Reservation, Minnesota
Moose (Alces alces L.) have long been an important subsistence species are of great cultural value to the Ojibwe peoples. White-tailed deer (Odocoileus virginianus Z.) have been implicated in negatively impacting ecosystems ...