James Cain

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Molecular markers can reveal interesting aspects of organismal ecology and evolution, especially when surveyed in rare or elusive species. Herein, we provide a preliminary assessment of golden eagle (Aquila chrysaetos) population structure in North America using novel single nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs). These SNPs included one molecular sexing marker,(More)
Software module clustering is the process of partitioning the structure of the software system using low-level dependencies in the source code in order to understand and improve the system's structure. A software clustering tool, Munch, was used to modularise sequential source code software check-ins to assess the degree of major changes. It uses a(More)
Arid climates have unpredictable precipitation patterns, and wildlife managers often provide supplemental water to help desert ungulates endure the hottest, driest periods. When surface water is unavailable, the only source of water for ungulates comes from the forage they consume, and they must make resourceful foraging decisions to meet their(More)