Toward a Synthetic View of Extinction: A History Lesson from a North American Rodent

@inproceedings{LoGiudice2006TowardAS,
  title={Toward a Synthetic View of Extinction: A History Lesson from a North American Rodent},
  author={Kathleen LoGiudice},
  year={2006}
}
Abstract Although it is recognized that many factors interact to cause extinctions, it is difficult to consider multiple factors when investigating species declines. I conducted a post hoc exploration of the major hypotheses for the decline of the Allegheny woodrat (Neotoma magister), incorporated the historical environmental changes that accompanied and preceded the decline, and considered how these events may have affected the species. What emerges is a complicated picture involving multiple… CONTINUE READING

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