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Aggressive behavior by Western Bluebirds (Sialia mexicana) varies with anthropogenic disturbance to breeding habitat
ABSTRACT Human population growth has resulted in more frequent interactions between humans and wildlife, making it increasingly important to understand how anthropogenic disturbance affects animal
Correcting common misconceptions to inspire conservation action in urban environments
Abstract Despite repeated calls to action, proposals for urban conservation are often met with surprise or scepticism. There remains a pervasive narrative in policy, practice, and the public psyche
ESTIMATING RELATIVE ABUNDANCE AND HABITAT USE OF HIMALAYAN BLUE SHEEP Pseudois nayaur IN GANGOTRI NATIONAL PARK, WESTERN HIMALAYA, INDIA
Himalayan Blue sheep Psedois nayaur is the most abundant wild ungulate in the Gangotri National Park in Western Himalaya, India. We conducted surveys from April 2008 - November 2008, to estimate
Evaluating the status of the Endangered tiger Panthera tigris and its prey in Panna Tiger Reserve, Madhya Pradesh, India
Abstract We evaluated the status of tigers Panthera tigris and their prey in Panna Tiger Reserve using occupancy surveys, camera-trap mark-recapture population estimation, and distance sampling along
Diversity, distribution pattern and seasonal variation in moth assemblages along altitudinal gradient in Gangotri landscape area, Western Himalaya, Uttarakhand, India
Field survey was conducted at different altitudes and land- use areas in the two protected areas, viz., Gangotri National Park and Govind National Park of Uttarkashi District, Uttarakhand, India. A
Do People Take Stimulus Correlations into Account in Visual Search?
TLDR
It is found that human observers take stimulus correlations into account in orientation target detection, although probably not optimally, and it seems that low distractor correlations are overestimated.
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