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View Resource Exploring Opportunities to Integrate State Wildlife Action Plans with State Wetland Mitigation and Restoration Programs

ELI (Environmental Law Institute) has published a report from a workshop: Explore Opportunities to Integrate the State Wildlife Action Plans into Improved Wetland Conservation and Restoration,...

http://www.eli.org/pdf/joint_meeting/ELI%20Workshop%20Final%...
View Resource Habitat Fragmentation by Land-Use Change: One-Horned Rhinoceros in Nepal and Red-Cockaded Woodpecker in Texas

This research focuses on the spatial analysis of the habitat of two vulnerable species, the one-horn rhinoceros in the grasslands of southern Nepal, and the red-cockaded woodpecker in the Piney woods...

http://digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc33207/
View Resource Science for the Changing Great Basin

The huge expanse of the Great Basin offers a compelling opportunity to conduct large-scale science in a relatively understudied region. A research strategy, developed by the USGS and partners,...

http://fresc.usgs.gov/products/fs/fs2004-3071.pdf
View Resource Outfoxing a Rash: Clinical Example of Human-Wildlife Interaction

?Increasing human-wildlife contact can manifest in a variety of clinical conditions that may be overlooked by both human health and veterinaly professionals. We report on an outbreak of scabies i...

http://canarydatabase.org/about/ecohealth-2004-outfoxing.pdf
View Resource Making Land Produce Useful Wildlife

Discusses the benefits of biological balance on ranches and farms. Describes ways to allow wildlife to flourish for the purposes of hunting, trapping, fishing and other recreation.

http://digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc6271/
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