Trapping and marking terrestrial mammals for research: integrating ethics, performance criteria, techniques, and common sense.

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We propose that researchers integrate ethics, performance criteria, techniques, and common sense when developing research trapping programs and in which members of institutional animal care and use committees address these topics when evaluating research protocols. To ask questions about ethics is in the best tradition of science, and researchers must be… (More)

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@article{Powell2003TrappingAM, title={Trapping and marking terrestrial mammals for research: integrating ethics, performance criteria, techniques, and common sense.}, author={Roger A. Powell and Gilbert Proulx}, journal={ILAR journal}, year={2003}, volume={44 4}, pages={259-76} }