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Evidence for low‐level AGN activity in the nucleus of the LINER galaxy NGC 4594
We investigate the properties of the low-ionization nuclear emission region line (LINER) galaxy NGC4594 using data taken with the Hubble Space Telescope (HST) and the ASCA X-ray observatory.
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Possible Vector Dissemination by Swift Foxes following a Plague Epizootic in Black-tailed Prairie Dogs in Northwestern Texas
To determine whether swift foxes (Vulpes velox) could facilitate transmission of Yersinia pestis to uninfected black-tailed prairie dog (Cynomys ludovicianus) colonies by acquiring infected fleas,Expand
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Modeling Caribou Movements: Seasonal Ranges and Migration Routes of the Central Arctic Herd
Migration is an important component of the life history of many animals, but persistence of large-scale terrestrial migrations is being challenged by environmental changes that fragment habitats andExpand
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Testing the risk of predation hypothesis: the influence of recolonizing wolves on habitat use by moose
Considered as absent throughout Scandinavia for >100 years, wolves (Canis lupus) have recently naturally recolonized south-central Sweden. This recolonization has provided an opportunity to studyExpand
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Mobility of moose—comparing the effects of wolf predation risk, reproductive status, and seasonality
Abstract In a predator–prey system, prey species may adapt to the presence of predators with behavioral changes such as increased vigilance, shifting habitats, or changes in their mobility. In NorthExpand
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Hypatia and the Leopold standard: Women in the wildlife profession 1937-2006
Throughout history, the science of wildlife biology and the profession of wildlife management have been dominated by men. In the early part of the 20th century there were few women wildlifeExpand
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Abstract The swift fox (Vulpes velox) was classified in 1995 as a candidate for listing under the Endangered Species Act. Since then, several studies have addressed survey methods for monitoringExpand
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Biology and Conservation of Wild Canids
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Modeling connectivity to identify current and future anthropogenic barriers to movement of large carnivores: A case study in the American Southwest
Abstract This study sought to identify critical areas for puma (Puma concolor) movement across the state of Arizona in the American Southwest and to identify those most likely to be impacted byExpand
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