Occupancy estimation of jaguar Panthera onca to assess the value of east-central Mexico as a jaguar corridor

@article{Petracca2013OccupancyEO,
  title={Occupancy estimation of jaguar Panthera onca to assess the value of east-central Mexico as a jaguar corridor},
  author={Lisanne S. Petracca and Osvaldo Eric Ram{\'i}rez-Bravo and Lorna Hernandez‐Santin},
  journal={Oryx},
  year={2013},
  volume={48},
  pages={133 - 140}
}
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