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Predicting Potential Occurrence and Spread of Invasive Plant Species along the North Platte River, Nebraska
Abstract Riparian habitats are important components of an ecosystem; however, their hydrology combined with anthropogenic effects facilitates the establishment and spread of invasive plant species.Expand
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Predictors of regional establishment success and spread of introduced non‐indigenous vertebrates
Aim To provide the first analysis of predictors of both establishment and spread, both within and across taxa, for all vertebrate taxa within a region. We used Florida, USA, as our study systemExpand
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Factors influencing long-term population dynamics of pronghorn (Antilocapra americana): evidence of an Allee effect
Abstract Populations of pronghorn (Antilocapra americana) are subjected to multiple forms of density-dependent and density-independent regulation. Little is known about the combined effects of theseExpand
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Recent Records of Formerly Extirpated Carnivores in Nebraska
By the early 1900's, several large carnivores had been extirpated from Nebraska as a result of unrestricted hunting and trapping by early European settlers. Recently, there have been severalExpand
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Use of simulated data from a process-based habitat model to evaluate methods for predicting species occurrence
Much research has centered on determining which habitat model best predicts species occurrence. However, previous work typically used data sets that are inherently biased for evaluation. The use ofExpand
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Characterization of a Contact Zone between Two Subspecies of the Big Brown Bat (Eptesicus fuscus) in Nebraska
Abstract Two subspecies of the big brown bat (Eptesicus fuscus) are reported to occur in Nebraska. The eastern race, E. f. fuscus, is reportedly bigger and darker than its western counterpart E. f.Expand
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WESTWARD EXPANSION OF THE TAWNY-BELLIED COTTON RAT (SIGMODON FULVIVENTER) IN WEST-CENTRAL NEW MEXICO
Abstract In New Mexico, the tawny-bellied cotton rat (Sigmodon fulviventer) previously was known only from central and southwestern parts of the state. In central New Mexico, most records were fromExpand
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Physio-chemical properties of Pacific whiting surimi as affected by various freezing/storage conditions and gel preparation methods
approved: > . Jae W. Park The effects of freeze-drying and flake freezing of surimi on biochemical and physical properties as affected by various storage conditions were examined. Using three cookingExpand
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Bats of the Grenadine Islands, West Indies, and placement of Koopman’s line
Almost nothing is known concerning the chiropteran fauna on the Grenadine Islands, a chain of islands between St. Vincent and Grenada located near the southern end of the Lesser Antilles. Previously,Expand
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