European Journal of Wildlife Research
European Journal of Wildlife Research focuses on all aspects of wildlife biology. Main areas are: applied wildlife ecology; diseases affecting wildlife population dynamics, conservation, economy or public health; ecotoxicology; management for conservation, hunting or pest control; population genetics; and the sustainable use of wildlife as a natural resource. Contributions to socio-cultural aspects of human-wildlife relationships and to the history and sociology of hunting will also be considered.
The journal accepts four types of papers: Reviews, Original Articles, Short Communications, and Methods Papers. Reviews on current wildlife topics, meta-analyses and papers describing or applying cutting-edge methods in wildlife research are particularly welcome.
The Chief Editor is Christian Gortázar, IREC, Ciudad Real, Spain.
Characterization of Escherichia coli strains from red deer (Cervus elaphus) faeces in a Mexican protected natural area
Mariana D. Carrillo-Del Valle… (April 2016)
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- Available 1955 - 2016
- Volumes 62
- Issues 255
- Articles 3,124
- Open Access 38 Articles
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