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The fundamental niche of a species is rarely if ever realized because the presence of other species restricts it to a narrower range of ecological conditions. The effects of this narrower range of conditions define how resources are partitioned. Resource partitioning has been inferred but not demonstrated previously for sympatric ursids. We estimated(More)
Many arctic mammals are adapted to live year-round in extreme environments with low winter temperatures and great seasonal variations in key variables (e.g. sunlight, food, temperature, moisture). The interaction between hosts and pathogens in high northern latitudes is not very well understood with respect to intra-annual cycles (seasons). The annual(More)
The Alaska Rabies Summit held in December 2006 in Anchorage, Alaska, brought together professionals from the United States and Canada to share and discuss rabies prevention, control, and research efforts in the Arctic. The summit featured 7 presentations followed by discussion sessions to address shared challenges and areas for future research and(More)
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