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Sample sizes and confidence intervals for wildlife population ratiosAuthor(s): Raymond L. Czaplewski; Douglas M. Crowe; Lyman L. McDonald
Source: Wildlife Society Bulletin. 11(2): 121-128.
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
Station: Rocky Mountain Research Station
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DescriptionOne of the most common types of data used in applied wildlife management is the population ratio. These data are used to gauge reproductive success and the effect of selective harvesting of wildlife.
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CitationCzaplewski, Raymond L.; Crowe, Douglas M.; McDonald, Lyman L. 1983. Sample sizes and confidence intervals for wildlife population ratios. Wildlife Society Bulletin. 11(2): 121-128.
Keywordswildlife management, population ratios
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