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The Evolutionary History, Demographic Independence and Conservation Status of Two North American Prairie Bird Species: The Greater Prairie Chicken and the Lark Sparrow

@inproceedings{Ross2011TheEH,
  title={The Evolutionary History, Demographic Independence and Conservation Status of Two North American Prairie Bird Species: The Greater Prairie Chicken and the Lark Sparrow},
  author={J. D. Ross},
  year={2011}
}
  • J. D. Ross
  • Published 2011
  • Biology
  • Juan L. Bouzat, Advisor Prairie birds of North America have been greatly affected by habitat losses over the past two centuries. However, the exact extent of losses and the vulnerability of regional populations within prairie birds are often vague or scientifically untested. In the present body of work I have studied two species of North American birds, the greater prairie chicken (Tympanuchus cupido) and the lark sparrow (Chondestes grammacus). Within each species I addressed major aspects of… CONTINUE READING
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