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Spatially explicit population models: current forms and future usesAuthor(s): J.B. Dunning; D.J. Stewart; B.J. Danielson; B.R. Noon; T.L. Root; R.H. Lamberson; E.E. Stevens
Source: Ecological Applications 5(1):3-11
Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
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CitationDunning, J.B., Jr.; Stewart, D.J.; Danielson, B.J.; Noon, B.R.; Root, T.L.; Lamberson, R.H.; Stevens, E.E. 1995. Spatially explicit population models: current forms and future uses. Ecological Applications 5(1):3-11
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