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Diet of the Nile Crocodile (Crocodylus niloticus) in the Okavango Delta, Botswana
Abstract The analysis of stomach contents can shed light on patterns of prey availability and foraging habits of a predator; however, recent studies have shown the potential bias in dietary studiesExpand
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Living with predators: a focus on the issues of human–crocodile conflict within the lower Zambezi valley
Context Human–wildlife conflict is a global problem and increasing worldwide as people and wildlife compete for limited resources. Conflict between people and crocodiles, especially in Africa, isExpand
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Gastric nematodes of nile crocodiles, Crocodylus niloticus Laurenti, 1768, in the Okavango River, Botswana.
The ascaridoid nematodes Dujardinascaris madagascariensis Chabaud & Caballero, 1966, Dujardinascaris dujardini (Travassos, 1920), Gedoelstascaris vandenbrandeni (Baylis, 1929) Sprent, 1978 andExpand
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Re-evaluating the effect of harvesting regimes on Nile crocodiles using an integral projection model.
Crocodile populations are size-structured, and for populations that are subject to harvesting, removal is typically size selective. For this reason, size-structured matrix models are typically usedExpand
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Population size and structure of the Nile crocodile Crocodylus niloticus in the lower Zambezi valley
Abstract Concern has been raised about the lack of population data for the Nile crocodile Crocodylus niloticus in the lower/middle Zambezi valley. This area is important for conservation as well asExpand
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The feeding ecology of yearling, juvenile and sub-adult Nile crocodiles, Crocodylus niloticus, in the Okavango Delta, Botswana
The stomachs of 286 crocodiles (17 cm to 166 cm snout to vent length) were lavaged over a two year period. Crocodylus niloticus has a similar ontogenetic shift in diet to that of other crocodilians.Expand
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Cooperative Models for Engineering Geothermal Power Plants
Some Observations on Developing Geothermal Resources for Local Benefit The idea of reliably generating electricity from indigenous hydrothermal resources – extremely hot water from wells – isExpand
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Flash steam geothermal energy conversion systems: Single-, double-, and triple-flash and combined-cycle plants
Flash steam plants, harnessing two-phase produced geofluids to drive condensing steam turbines or combined steam turbine/binary cycles, provide a reliable and economical method to harnessExpand
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