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BREEDING BIOLOGY OF GRAY-CROWNED TYRANNULET IN THE MONTE DESERT, ARGENTINA’
  • R. I. GOUDIE E COOKE, E. Cooke, +13 authors Krapu
  • 2001
We present information from 75 nests of Gray-crowned Tyrannulet (Serpophaga griseiceps) found in open Prosopis woodlands of the central Monte desert between 1995 and 1997 and compare it withExpand
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Population analysis in wildlife biology
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Fitting Richards' Curve to data of diverse origins.
Published techniques for fitting data to nonlinear growth curves are briefly reviewed; most techniques require knowledge of the shape of the curve. A flexible growth curve developed by RichardsExpand
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Position paper on acute care treatment
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Recent Satellite Studies
During the past decade the global networks of meteorological observations have been richly supplemented by a growing wealth of satellite data. Amongst the quantities of interest to meteorologists orExpand
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Early little blue heron in Meeker County
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