9 edition of Analysis of vertebrate populations found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||QH352 .C38|
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|Pagination||ix, 234 p. :|
|Number of Pages||234|
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Blomberg, M. Monograph: Eric D. He argued that the dynamics of mammalian herbivore populations are comprehensible only in terms of an interactive relationship between the herbivores and vegetation. Editorship: Jared Verner, Michael L.
Zhou, J. Although incest is possible, Bufo americanus siblings rarely mate. Parker, Charles T. The bighorn sheep of the United States. Herter, J. However, various species, including the Colombian Rainbow boa Epicrates maurusAgkistrodon contortrix copperhead snake and Agkistrodon piscivorus cotton mouth snake can also reproduce by facultative parthenogenesis—that is, they are capable of switching from a sexual mode of reproduction to an asexual mode—resulting in production of WW female progeny.
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Monograph: Gibson, D. Evolutionary dynamics of a natural population: the large cactus finch of the Galapagos. He further argued that efficient management of such systems requires an understanding of the underlying mechanisms whereby the animals react to the plants and in turn the plants react dynamically to the effects of grazing.
Article: Miguel A. The Journal of Wildlife Management 49 4 Harper, W. Skalski, and Craig L. The loss of biodiversity robs future generations of opportunities to experience as rich a diversity of life as the world is capable of offering them. Lutz, T. His last publication Conservation Biology in Theory and Practice  gives a history of prehistoric and historic extinctions as well as a collection of case studies.
Bleich, R. The book shows how population analysis can be applied to practical problems of wildlife management such as reducing a population, stimulating it to increase or taking from it a sustained yield.
The Wolf: the ecology and behavior of an endangered species. Pages in Game Harvest Management. Press, New Brunswick, N. Ostlind, editors.This book was first published in and is widely recognized as a classic in the field.
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