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A research perspective on white-tailed deer overabundance in the northeastern United StatesAuthor(s): William M. Healy; David S. deCalesta; Susan L. Stout
Source: Wildlife Society Bulletin. 25(2): 259-263.
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
Station: Northern Research Station
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DescriptionResolving issues of deer (Odocoileus spp.) over-abundance will require gaining more reliable knowledge about their role in ecosystem dynamics. Science can contribute by advancing knowledge in 4 overlapping spheres of research: model development, measurement techniques, population management, and human behavior.
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CitationHealy, William M.; deCalesta, David S.; Stout, Susan L. 1997. A research perspective on white-tailed deer overabundance in the northeastern United States. Wildlife Society Bulletin. 25(2): 259-263.
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