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Are Isolated Indigenous Populations Headed toward Extinction? - Plos
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The Catch-22 of Conservation: Indigenous Peoples, Biologists, and
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as a crash in the caribou population and state-imposed limits on caribou harvests . The research illustrates .... all but two were Alaska Native (U.S. Census 1970, summary file ..... changing adaptive strategies helps households rebound from.
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Causes and Consequences of Species Extinctions - Princeton
... and the large, expanding human populations that threaten most species there as .... rectly responsible for the loss of 12 of 18 native bird species, and they also ...
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Apr 8, 2014 ... particularly on the population crash and rebound associated with the 2008-2009 .... alienated the indigenous people from wildlife (Sen 1981,.
Control Of The Rabbit In Australia - University of Texas at Austin
Sep 21, 1995 ... explores the history of the rabbit and its impact on native Australian flora ..... population crash, native mammals are not such prolific breeders ...
Review of volatile substance use among Indigenous people
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Bobwhite Quail Restoration Plan - Kentucky Department of Fish and
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