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Mammal Populations of the Colorado Plateau
Life Zones Changes in the Biota Endangered Species California Condor Endangered Fish Mammal populations Megafaunal Extinction Invasive/Exotic Species Forest Composition Species Range Expansion Species Extirpations ... in Western North American parks. Nature 325. Newmark, W. D. 1995. Extinction of mammal populations in western North American National Parks. Conservation Biology 9: 512-526. Patton, D. ...
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Conservation - Better Laws For Jaws
California law. "White shark populations are naturally small, but they play a crucial role in marine ecosystems along ... in San Francisco. "These top predators control marine mammal populations and help maintain whole marine ecosystems including commercially important fish populations." White sharks have become popular trophy fish around ...
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Fisheries Resource Kit
Perry, and Michael F. Richlen. 2001. Predation and competition: The impact of fisheries on marine-mammal populations over the next one hundred years. Journal of Mammalogy 82(3):641-651. Here we ...
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March 2, 2004: The Sixth Great Extinction
Worrisome signs—like the mysterious disappearance of entire amphibian populations and fishers' nets that come up empty more frequently—reveal that there may be more ... , signifying a loss of breeding and foraging area. Overall, between 2 and 10 percent of mammal populations (groups of a single species in a specific geographical location) are thought to have disappeared ...
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Greenpeace Foundation: Dolphin Alert
U.S. and foreign vessels to legally kill them. Further, the five ... , yet H.R.2823 and S.1420 encourages further setting of nets on depleted dolphin populations, even to the extent of letting such tuna be labeled "dolphin safe." As noted above ...
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Ocean Alliance - www.oceanalliance.org
... makers on wise stewardship of the oceans to: reduce pollution, prevent the collapse of marine mammal populations, maintain human access to fish and other sea life, and benefit ocean and human health ...
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NMPIF Shrublands 2
Bednarz 1987 in Peterson and Boyd 1998). This will likely result in a decrease of all or most raptor populations, including ... on <6% north or northeast facing slopes <63% native rangeland unlikely to support continuing populations; populations can fluctuate dramatically from wet to dry years STFL grassland savanna with shrubs and ...
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Introducing NAMMCO: A new regional approach to marine mammal conservation
NAMMCO - the North Atlantic Marine Mammal Commission. The founding members of the Commission are Greenland, the Faroe Islands, ... effective management of marine mammal populations is dependent on cooperation between states through the appropriate international organizations. Although it has potential application to all marine mammal species in ...
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The Marine Mammal Center
Marine Mammal Protection Act of 1972. There are also international laws and treaties that protect marine mammals. Unfortunately, there are still threats to marine mammal populations, such as ... and characteristics of the five groups of marine mammals, see our Marine Mammal Classification page. Copyright © 2008 The Marine Mammal Center. All rights reserved. Privacy Policy | Terms of Use | ...
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EUROBATS: The Agreement on the Conservation of Populations of European Bats
The Agreement on the Conservation of Populations of European Bats About EUROBATS: IntroductionBat ConservationParties to EUROBATSProtected SpeciesFAQ Protected Species Bat species ... Global Register of Migratory Species (GROMS), www.groms.de. For Information about the European Mammal Assessment please click here. Home | About EUROBATS | News & Events | Official Documents | Publications | Contact | ...
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