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Dynamics , Trait Evolution , and Life History Modeling Effects of Environmental Change on Wolf Population

@inproceedings{MacNulty2011DynamicsT,
  title={Dynamics , Trait Evolution , and Life History Modeling Effects of Environmental Change on Wolf Population},
  author={Daniel R. MacNulty and Daniel R. Stahler and Bridgett M. vonHoldt and Robert K. Wayne and Douglas W. Smith},
  year={2011}
}
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