Spatiotemporal patterns of Amur leopards in northeast China: Influence of tigers, prey, and humans

@article{Yang2018SpatiotemporalPO,
  title={Spatiotemporal patterns of Amur leopards in northeast China: Influence of tigers, prey, and humans},
  author={Haitao Yang and Xiaodan Zhao and Bo-Na Han and Tianming Wang and Pu Mou and Jian-ping Ge and Limin Feng},
  journal={Mammalian Biology},
  year={2018}
}

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