Mexican wolf, canis lupus baileyi. Population viability assessment.

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Mexican wolf, canis lupus baileyi. Population viability assessment : review draft report of workshop
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Twenty-eight biologists, managers, and decision makers attended a Population Viability Assessment (PVA) Workshop at the Fossil Rim Wildlife Center, Glen Rose, Texas on 22-24 October, 1990 to apply these recently developed procedures to the captive and wild populations and the reintroduction of the Mexican wolf. The Captive Breeding Specialist Group, the Canid and Wolf Specialist Groups of the IUCN/Species Survival Commission were asked to collaborate in this PVA workshop to assist the recovery effort. The purpose was to review data from the wild population as a basis for developing stochastic population simulation models.

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[S.l.] : [IUCN Captive Breeding Specialist Group], [1990]
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84p.
Publication Year: 
1990

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English
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