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Simulating the Distribution of Individual Livestock Farms and Their Populations in the United States: An Example Using Domestic Swine (Sus scrofa domesticus) Farms
A spatial microsimulation model that simulated the distribution and populations of individual livestock farms throughout the conterminous U.S. and developed a national-scale distribution model that predicted the distribution of individual farms at a 100 m resolution, which indicated good predictive performance. Expand
Abiotic and biotic influences on home-range size of wild pigs (Sus scrofa)
The correlative results suggest that areas with a diverse mammal community may be more resistant to invasion, and this finding supports the intrinsic value of conserving native species. Expand
Impact of Ligustrum lucidum on Leaf Morphology , Chlorophyll , and Flower Morphology of White Trout Lily ( Erythronium albidium ) in Cameron Park
Invasion of non native species is reducing biodiversity worldwide. Shining privet (Ligustrum lucidum W.T. Aiton), a sub-canopy tree native to Asia, is diminishing native understory fl ora in CameronExpand
Plant Community Changes Following Closure of Artesian Wells in Great Sand Dunes National Park, Colorado
Abstract. Artificial artesian wells have existed in the San Luis Valley of south central Colorado for over 100 years, and they are an important source of water for livestock and wildlife. WhenExpand