Range contractions in North American carnivores and ungulates
The last two have shown most promise for keeping ungulates
away from roadways, but they have not been adequately tested (Knapp 2005; Putman et al.
Line transect estimates of ungulate
populations in a Mediterranean forest.
Suppose that we manage a local population of an ungulate
species and that each individual in the population can be classified as either susceptible to or infected with a disease agent.
The Trivers-Willard model and sex-biased maternal investment in ungulates
Although the Park Service had acquired more than 7,500 acres of land decades ago, extending Yellowstone's northern boundary and increasing winter range for ungulates
, rainfall there averages less than ten inches a year, and the land remains beaten down by the residual effects of irrigated farming and grazing.
Other patents in the portfolio include recently granted United States Patent 7,232,938 directed to method of cloning ungulates
through fusion or microinjection of a quiescent ungulate
exclosures) indicate a causal relationship between elk feeding and reductions in willow structure (Smith et al.
The contents provide a foundation for resolving problems of diminishing large mammal populations in Africa, over-abundant ungulate
populations elsewhere, and general consequences of global change for biodiversity conservation.
Contract awarded for Odd-toed ungulate
Guryongpo Wall driveway paving expansion
Bighorn sheep were the only large ungulate
in the area, so we are confident all consumed stalks were consumed by bighorn sheep.
populations on islands typically evolve smaller body size, with the dominant interpretation being that resource limitation and reduced predation together lead to dwarfism.