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ECOLOGICAL RESTORATION OF SOUTHWESTERN PONDEROSA PINE ECOSYSTEMS: A BROAD PERSPECTIVE
The purpose of this paper is to promote a broad and flexible perspective on ecological restoration of Southwestern (U.S.) ponderosa pine forests. Ponderosa pine forests in the region have beenExpand
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A MAMMALIAN PREDATOR-PREY IMBALANCE: GRIZZLY BEAR AND WOLF EXTINCTION AFFECT AVIAN NEOTROPICAL MIGRANTS
Because most large, terrestrial mammalian predators have already been lost from more than 95-99% of the contiguous United States and Mexico, many ecological communities are either missing dominantExpand
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Environmental Variation and the Persistence of Small Populations.
  • P. Stacey, M. Taper
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Ecological applications : a publication of the…
  • 1 February 1992
Understanding the factors that determine the continued survival of small populations is a central problem in conservation biology. The Acorn Woodpecker (Melanerpes formicivorus) naturally occurs inExpand
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Reproductive Sociality. (Book Reviews: Cooperative Breeding in Birds. Long-Term Studies of Ecology and Behavior.)
Frontispiece Contributors Introduction P. B. Stacey and W. D. Koenig 1. Splendid Fairy-wrens: demonstrating the importance of longevity I. C. R. Rowley and E. Russell 2. Green Woodhoopoes: lifeExpand
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The Benefits-of-Philopatry Hypothesis for the Evolution of Cooperative Breeding: Variation in Territory Quality and Group Size Effects
Cooperative breeding systems are characterized by the presence of individuals that remain as nonbreeders in their natal groups past the age of reproductive maturity. Currently, the most widelyExpand
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Territory Quality and Dispersal Options in the Acorn Woodpecker, and a Challenge to the Habitat-Saturation Model of Cooperative Breeding
The central feature of cooperative breeding systems is the presence of one or more nonbreeding birds in a social group that devote time and energy to help raise the offspring of other group members.Expand
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RECRUITMENT, DISPERSAL, AND DEMOGRAPHIC RESCUE IN SPATIALLY-STRUCTURED WHITE-TAILED PTARMIGAN POPULATIONS
Abstract We studied recruitment and dispersal of White-tailed Ptarmigan (Lagopus leucurus) breeding in naturally fragmented alpine habitats at four study sites in Colorado from 1987–1998. Almost allExpand
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Group size and foraging efficiency in yellow baboons
  • P. Stacey
  • Biology
  • Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology
  • 2004
SummaryI studied the foraging behaviour of adults in three different-sized groups of yellow baboons (Papio cynocephalus) at Amboseli National Park in Kenya to assess the relationship between groupExpand
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Report of the American Ornithologists' Union Committee for the Conservation of the Red-cockaded Woodpecker
The American Ornithologists' Union's Committee for the Conservation of the Red-cockaded Woodpecker was formed in late 1983 by Dr. Thomas R. Howell, then president of the A.O.U., at the request ofExpand
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