Demographic side effects of selective hunting in ungulates and carnivores.

@article{Milner2007DemographicSE,
  title={Demographic side effects of selective hunting in ungulates and carnivores.},
  author={Jos M. Milner and Erlend B Nilsen and Harry Peter Andreassen},
  journal={Conservation biology : the journal of the Society for Conservation Biology},
  year={2007},
  volume={21 1},
  pages={36-47}
}
Selective harvesting regimes are often implemented because age and sex classes contribute differently to population dynamics and hunters show preferences associated with body size and trophy value. We reviewed the literature on how such cropping regimes affect the demography of the remaining population (here termed demographic side effects). First, we examined the implications of removing a large proportion of a specific age or sex class. Such harvesting strategies often bias the population sex… CONTINUE READING

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