Status of Tibetan plateau mammals in Yeniugou, China

@article{Harris2004StatusOT,
  title={Status of Tibetan plateau mammals in Yeniugou, China},
  author={Richard B. Harris and Chris O. Loggers},
  journal={Wildlife Biology},
  year={2004},
  volume={10},
  pages={91 - 99}
}
During September 2002, we conducted surveys focussing on the Tibetan plateau ungulate species in Yeniugou, Qinghai province, China, to compare abundance estimates with those from 1997 and the early 1990s. Wild yaks Bos grunniens, for which the area is named, evidently increased in number from about 1,200 to almost 1,700 animals. White-lipped deer Cervus albirostris, formerly quite rare in Yeniugou, also increased in number. Blue sheep Pseudois nayaur, Tibetan gazelle Procapra picticaudata and… 
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