Modelling the effects of sanitary policies on European vulture conservation

  title={Modelling the effects of sanitary policies on European vulture conservation},
  author={Antoni Margalida and Ma {\`A}ngels Colomer},
  booktitle={Scientific reports},
Biodiversity losses are increasing as a consequence of negative anthropogenic effects on ecosystem dynamics. However, the magnitude and complexity of these effects may still be greatly underestimated. Most Old World vultures have experienced rapid population declines in recent years. In Europe, their immediate conservation depends on changes in health regulations affecting the availability of food provided by domestic carcasses. Information is lacking on the effects of a hypothetical food… CONTINUE READING
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