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Mammalogy Techniques Manual 2nd edition By James Ryan
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Mammalogy Techniques Manual is a lab and field techniques manual for students studying mammalogy. The goal is get students out into nature to study mammals in their natural environments (where... More > possible) and to introduce students to modern techniques for studying mammals. The manual consists of 16 chapters covering topics such as radio and GPS tracking, mark and recapture studies, camera trapping studies, optimal foraging, behavioral studies, among others. Each chapter includes a series of exercises for students to complete along with background information, sample data sets, and detailed descriptions of software used to complete the exercise.< Less
Advances in the Biology of Shrews II By Joseph F. Merritt et al.
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Editors: Joseph F. Merritt, Sara Churchfield, Rainer Hutterer, Boris I. Sheftel The collection of 39 papers presented in this volume provides a clear demonstration of the diversity of research into... More > soricid biology currently being undertaken and summarizes our state of knowledge in the various topic areas. The volume is a product of the International Colloquium on the Biology of the Soricidae II that was convened on 14-18 October 2002 at the Powdermill Biological Station of the Carnegie Museum of Natural History.< Less
Advances in the Biology of Shrews II By Joseph F. Merritt et al.
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Editors: Joseph F. Merritt, Sara Churchfield, Rainer Hutterer, Boris I. Sheftel The collection of 39 papers presented in this volume provides a clear demonstration of the diversity of research into... More > soricid biology currently being undertaken and summarizes our state of knowledge in the various topic areas. The volume is a product of the International Colloquium on the Biology of the Soricidae II that was convened on 14-18 October 2002 at the Powdermill Biological Station of the Carnegie Museum of Natural History.< Less