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Environmental DNA for wildlife biology and biodiversity monitoringBOHMANN, Kristine; EVANS, Alice; GILBERT, M. Thomas P et al.Trends in ecology & evolution (Amsterdam). 2014, Vol 29, Num 6, pp 358-367, issn 0169-5347, 10 p.Article

Population-level influence of a recurring disease on a long-lived wildlife hostPEREZ-HEYDRICH, Carolina; OLI, Madan K; BROWN, Mary B et al.Oikos. 2012, Vol 121, Num 3, pp 377-388, issn 0030-1299, 12 p.Article

Wildlife and oil in the Antarctic: a recipe for cold disasterRUOPPOLO, Valeria; WOEHLER, Eric J; MORGAN, Kerri et al.Polar record. 2013, Vol 49, Num 249, pp 97-109, issn 0032-2474, 13 p.Article

Wild(er)ness : reconfiguring the geographies of wildlifeWHATMORE, S; THORNE, L.Transactions - Institute of British Geographers (1965). 1998, Vol 23, Num 4, pp 435-454, issn 0020-2754Article

Wildlife disease : management or masterly inactivity ?GILMOUR, J. S; MUNRO, R.Journal of natural history. 1991, Vol 25, Num 3, pp 537-541, issn 0022-2933Article

Bringing the animals back inWESTCOAT, J.L; PHILO, C; UFKES, F.M et al.Environment and planning. D. Society & space. 1995, Vol 13, Num 6, pp 631-760, issn 0263-7758Article

Birdwatching, twitching and tourism : towards an Australian perspectiveCONNELL, J.Australian Geographer. 2009, Vol 40, Num 2, pp 203-217, issn 0004-9182, 15 p.Article

Air pollution and wildlife toxicology: an overlooked problemNEWMAN, J. R; SCHREIBER, R. K.Environmental toxicology and chemistry. 1988, Vol 7, Num 5, pp 381-390, issn 0730-7268Article

Diversity deep and wildFLEISCHNER, Thomas L.Conservation biology. 2003, Vol 17, Num 4, pp 952-953, issn 0888-8892, 2 p.Article

Japanese perceptions of wildlifeKELLERT, S. R.Conservation biology. 1991, Vol 5, Num 3, pp 297-308, issn 0888-8892Article

On the status and conservation of wildlife resources in the Karakorum-Kunlun Mountain region, ChinaFENG ZUOJIAN.Chinese journal of arid land research. 1991, Vol 4, Num 1, pp 65-74, issn 0898-5146Article

Monitoring International Wildlife Trade with Coded Species DataGERSON, Helen; CUDMORE, Becky; MANDRAK, Nicholas E et al.Conservation biology. 2008, Vol 22, Num 1, pp 4-7, issn 0888-8892, 4 p.Article

Gazing upon Nanuk, the polar bear : the social and visual dimensions of the wildlife gaze in Churchill, manitobaLEMELIN, R.H; WIERSMA, E.C.Polar geography (1995). 2007, Vol 30, Num 1-2, pp 37-53, issn 1088-937X, 17 p.Article

RELATIONSHIP OF ANTING AND SUNBATHING TO MOLTING IN WILD BIRDS = INTERRELATIONS ENTRE BAIN DE FOURMIS ET BAIN DE SOLEIL ET MUE CHEZ LES OISEAUX SAUVAGESPOTTER EF; HAUSER DC.1974; ; AUK; U.S.A.; DA. 1974; VOL. 91; NO 3; PP. 537-563; BIBL. 1P.Article

GEOPHAGIE ET NUTRITION MINERALE CHEZ LES PRIMATES SAUVAGESHLADIK CM; GUEGUEN L.1974; C.R. ACAD. SCI., D; FR.; DA. 1974; VOL. 279; NO 16; PP. 1393-1396; BIBL. 6REF.Article

LA MUE CHEZ LES CROCIDURINAE. I. CHANGEMENT DE PELAGE, DANS LA NATURE ET EN CAPTIVITE, CHEZ LA PACHYURE ETRUSQUE SUNCUS ETRUSCUS (SAVI, 1822)FONS R.1974; MAMMALIA; FR.; DA. 1974; VOL. 38; NO 2; PP. 265-284; H.T. 2 H.T..Article

Vultures vs livestock: conservation relationships in an emerging conflict between humans and wildlifeMARGALIDA, Antoni; CAMPION, David; DONAZAR, José A et al.Oryx (Print). 2014, Vol 48, Num 2, pp 172-176, issn 0030-6053, 5 p.Article

Revisiting Duffus and Dearden's wildlife tourism frameworkCATLIN, James; JONES, Roy; JONES, Tod et al.Biological conservation. 2011, Vol 144, Num 5, pp 1537-1544, issn 0006-3207, 8 p.Article

Accuracy of gap analysis habitat models in predicting physical features for wildlife-habitat associations in the southwest U.SBOYKIN, Kenneth G; THOMPSON, Bruce C; PROPECK-GRAY, Suzanne et al.Ecological modelling. 2010, Vol 221, Num 23, pp 2769-2775, issn 0304-3800, 7 p.Article

Canopy Walkways for Conservation: A Tropical Biologist's Panacea or Fuzzy Metrics to Justify Ecotourism : Sharing ecological knowledge: conquering the research-implementation gapLOWMAN, Margaret.Biotropica. 2009, Vol 41, Num 5, pp 545-548, issn 0006-3606, 4 p.Article

Geographic prospects for large-scale African mammal wildlife conservationVANDERPOST, C.GeoJournal. 2007, Vol 69, Num 4, pp 223-237, issn 0343-2521, 15 p.Article

Evidence for the role of infectious disease in species extinction and endangermentSMITH, Katherine F; SAX, Dov F; LAFFERTY, Kevin D et al.Conservation biology. 2006, Vol 20, Num 5, pp 1349-1357, issn 0888-8892, 9 p.Article

Global application of stable hydrogen and oxygen isotopes to wildlife forensicsBOWEN, Gabriel J; WASSENAAR, Leonard I; HOBSON, Keith A et al.Oecologia. 2005, Vol 143, Num 3, pp 337-348, issn 0029-8549, 12 p.Article

The global village: Linkages between international coffee markets and grazing by livestock in a South Indian wildlife reserveMADHUSUDAN, M. D.Conservation biology. 2005, Vol 19, Num 2, pp 411-420, issn 0888-8892, 10 p.Article

The ivory trade and elephant conservationSTILES, Daniel.Environmental conservation. 2004, Vol 31, Num 4, pp 309-321, issn 0376-8929, 13 p.Article

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