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Ecosystem Services of Tropical Dry Forests: Insights from Long-term Ecological and Social Research on the Pacific Coast of Mexico
In the search for an integrated understanding of the relationships among productive activities, human well-being, and ecosystem functioning, we evaluated the services delivered by a tropical dryExpand
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Sex matters: Modeling male and female habitat differences for jaguar conservation
Competition for mates, cub rearing, and other behaviors differ between males and females in large carnivores. Although these differences can be reflected in patterns of habitat use, gender has rarelyExpand
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Factors associated with long-term changes in distribution of black-tailed prairie dogs in northwestern Mexico
The area occupied by colonies of the black-tailed prairie dog (Cynomys ludovicianus; BTPD henceforth) in northwestern Mexico was dramatically reduced between 1988 and 2005. We conducted aExpand
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Are we eating the world's megafauna to extinction?
Many of the world's vertebrates have experienced large population and geographic range declines due to anthropogenic threats that put them at risk of extinction. The largest vertebrates, defined asExpand
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Ecological Science and the Human Predicament
When we began our careers, good science consisted of two basic activities: (i) doing first-rate research and (ii) publishing it in the technical literature for the benefit of scientific colleagues.Expand
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Amphibians and reptiles associated with the prairie dog grasslands ecosystem and surrounding areas at the Janos Casas Grandes complex, northwestern Chihuahua, Mexico
Prairie dogs (Cynomys ludovicianus) are considered a keystone species that forms extensive colonies in the grasslands of western and central North America. These colonies are characterized by highExpand
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Exploring the relation between genetic structure and habitat heterogeneity in the rodent Liomys Pictus from Chamela, Jalisco
RESUMEN Se estudiaron poblaciones locales del raton espinoso, Liomys pictus , de la selva tropical caducifolia ysubcaducifolia en Chamela, Jalisco, Mexico, donde L. pictus presenta marcadasExpand
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Reintroducción del hurón de patas negras
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