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The Fort Hood Avian Simulation Model-V: A Spatially Explicit Population Viability Model for Two Endangered Species

  • Ann-Marie Trame Shapiro
  • Steven J. Harper
  • James D. Westervelt
Part of the Modeling Dynamic Systems book series (MDS)

Keywords

Endanger Species Habitat Quality Parasitism Rate Military Training Population Viability Analysis 
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  • Ann-Marie Trame Shapiro
  • Steven J. Harper
  • James D. Westervelt

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