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POPULATION DYNAMICS OF THE FERRUGINOUS HAWK DURING A PREY DECLINE
— a nesting population of Ferruginous Hawks (Buteo regalis) at the eastern edge of the Great Basin in west-central Utah was studied for three nesting seasons, 1972-1974, during which time aExpand
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REPORT OF THE SCIENTIFIC ADVISORY PANEL ON THE SPOTTED OWL
caurina remain in Washington, Oregon, and California from Kern County northward, with an estimated 2000 breeding pairs in that area. The Mexican Spotted Owl (S.o. lucida) is even rarer. SomeExpand
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Evaluation of an intervention to change benzodiazepine-prescribing behavior in a prepaid group practice setting.
To determine the effect of two levels of educational intervention on benzodiazepine-prescribing behavior in an elderly population in a controlled prepaid group practice (PPGP) setting, we designed aExpand
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Relationships between Jackrabbit Abundance and Ferruginous Hawk Reproduction
-From 1966-70 and 1972-74, we studied relationships between Ferruginous Hawk (Buteo regalis) reproduction and abundance of their main prey, the black-tailed jackrabbit (Lepus californicus) in theExpand
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Decline of a Ferruginous Hawk Population: A 20-Year Summary
Informations sur les facteurs qui ont abouti a la disparition d'une population de buse rouilleuse dans le centre de l'Utah de 1967 a 1986
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BREEDING RESPONSES OF RAPTORS TO JACKRABBIT DENSITY IN THE EASTERN GREAT BASIN DESERT OF UTAH
The relationships between a collective breeding raptor population of the Golden Eagle (Aquila chrysaetos), the Great Horned Owl (Bubo virginianus), the Ferruginous Hawk (Buteo regalis), and theExpand
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The Nuclear Explosion Database (NEDB): A New Database and Web Site for Accessing Nuclear Explosion Source Information and Waveforms
The Nuclear Explosion Database (NEDB) project has provided access to source parameter data and associated waveforms for worldwide nuclear explosions, as documented in a series of reports ( e.g. ,Expand
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