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extirpate

[′ek·stər‚pāt]
(biology)
To uproot, destroy, make extinct, or exterminate.
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Although widespread and quite secure in some areas, in many parts of the range golden eagles have experienced sharp population declines and have even been extirpated from some areas.
NPS and partners have made major strides in scientific research, ecological monitoring, removal of non-native animals, reestablishment of extirpated species, establishment of no-harvest marine zones, and expanded opportunities for the public to learn about and experience the islands.
These observations suggest that the population at High Creek is highly vulnerable to local extinction, especially given that this species has already been extirpated from other streams in the region by similar drying events (Bogan and Lytle, 2011).
These populations were likely extirpated in the late 1930s to early 1940s.
Recently, the populations within the Black Warrior were considered extirpated (Boschung and Mayden 2004).
American pikas have been extirpated from some of their previously occupied sites in the West, as have shadow chipmunks, which are in decline in California's Yosemite National Park.
As to the ongoing operations in Mount Chmbi, the minister said "military and security operations will continue until all terrorists holed up in the mountain will be extirpated.
Their topics include zooarchaeological evidence for sandhill crane (Grus canadensis) breeding in northwestern Washington State; archaeological freshwater mussel remains and their use in the conservation of an imperiled fauna; the overkill hypothesis and conservation biology; paleozoological stable isotope data for modern management of historically extirpated Missouri black bears; and the past, present, and future of small terrestrial mammals in human diets.
Peregrine falcons were extirpated from North America east of the Rocky Mountains by the use of DDT and related chemicals during the 1940s and 1950s.
Although cougars (Puma concolor) were extirpated from much of Midwestern North America around 1900, hard evidence of cougar presence has increased and populations have become established in the upper portions of the Midwest during the past 20 years," authors of the study titled Cougars Are Recolonizing The Midwest: Analysis Of Cougar Confirmations During 1990-2008 said.
Abstract--This investigation presents an annotated checklist of the living mammals reported to occur in Tennessee as well as recently extirpated species and reintroduced taxa.
If something is extirpated, what has become the oldest actor to win an Oscar?