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Usefulness of spatially explicit population models in land managementAuthor(s): M.G. Turner; G.J. Arthuad; R.T. Engstrom; S.J. Heil; J. Liu; S. Loeb; K. McKelvey
Source: Ecological Applications 5:12-16
Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
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CitationTurner, M.G.; Arthuad, G.J.; Engstrom, R.T.; Heil, S.J.; Liu, J.; Loeb, S.; McKelvey, K. 1995. Usefulness of spatially explicit population models in land management. Ecological Applications 5:12-16
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