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Disentangling canid howls across multiple species and subspecies: Structure in a complex communication channel

Arik Kershenbaum, Holly Root-Gutteridge, Bilal Habib, Janice Koler-Matznick, Brian Mitchell, Vicente Palacios, Sara Waller
2016 Behavioural Processes  
Wolves, coyotes, and other canids are members of a diverse genus of top predators of considerable conservation and management interest.  ...  Howling is most familiar in grey wolves Canis lupus (Harrington et al., 2003) , but all species in the genus produce howl-like vocalisations in addition to other, shorter range communication, such as barks  ...  AK is supported by a Herchel Smith postdoctoral fellowship at the University of Cambridge.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.beproc.2016.01.006 pmid:26809021 fatcat:wfsx4zihuvevvoxpbuggrzod6i

Intraspecific Variation in Prey Susceptibility Mediates the Consumptive Effect of Predation: A Case Study of Yellowstone Elk and Wolves

Lacy M. Smith
2021
However, wolves likely had a smaller impact on the elk population than did non-wolf causes of elk mortality.  ...  Predation of elk by wolves has been well documented and elk have remained the primary prey for wolves despite a decline in elk abundance.  ...  Thinking inside the box: community-level consequences of stage-structured populations. Trends Ecol.  ... 
doi:10.26076/488c-92b2 fatcat:gvj5edaizncsze3wfdrngsgaq4

Briefly

2001 Oryx  
An extensive review of the literature indicated that a pack in which membership drops below a critical size may be caught in a positive feedback loop: poor reproduction and low survival reduce pack size  ...  thereby resulting in the failure of the whole pack.  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0030605300032002 fatcat:e2tcjbvrhfc3xhfktkyjwmoho4

Before Azaria: A Historical Perspective on Dingo Attacks

Adam Brumm
2022 Animals  
A total of 52 accounts spanning the period between 1804 and 1928 was identified.  ...  A comparison of these historical accounts with the details of modern dingo attacks suggests that at least some of the former are credible.  ...  did not behave like 'typical' free-roaming wolves [69, 70, 133] .  ... 
doi:10.3390/ani12121592 pmid:35739928 pmcid:PMC9219548 fatcat:npxvhtjbxbee5pyta7rffd54pa

Briefly

2015 Oryx  
Source: Science () news.sciencemag.org/ plants-animals///u-s-sage-grouseplan-draws-divided-reaction Wolf pack sighting in California A pack of wolves has been spotted in Northern California for  ...  The wolves have been named the Shasta Pack after a nearby mountain. Wolves were almost hunted to extinction in the late th and early th centuries in western U.S. states.  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0030605315001337 fatcat:b662r6faobehphllsypepfcilu

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Dwayne Lepitzki
2019 Canadian field-naturalist  
The surveys and the collection of voucher specimens within provincially protected areas were conducted under a Letter of Authorization to Conduct Research in a Provincial Park or Conservation Reserve issued  ...  Mike Burrell of the Natural Heritage In formation Centre provided a summary of moths new to Ontario via iNaturalist submissions.  ...  The culmination of the book was "The Battle of Specimen Ridge" (Chapter 27) between Wolf 8's Rose Creek pack and his step-son 21's Druid Peak pack.  ... 
doi:10.22621/cfn.v133i2.2409 fatcat:54klrk2j45azvewvbr3gev36vm

Guidance on estimation of abundance and density of wild carnivore population:methods, challenges, possibilities

ENETWILD consortium, Podgórski T, Acevedo P, Apollonio M, Berezowska‐Cnota T, Bevilacqua C, Blanco JA, Borowik T, Garrote G, Huber D, Keuling O, Kowalczyk R (+10 others)
2020 EFSA Supporting Publications  
This task has been carried out exclusively by the authors in the context of a contract between the European Food Safety Authority and the authors, awarded following a tender procedure.  ...  The European Food Safety Authority reserves its rights, view and position as regards the issues addressed and the conclusions reached in the present document, without prejudice to the rights of the authors  ...  Most of young wolves, however, leave the pack and try to find a mate to establish their own family pack and territory.  ... 
doi:10.2903/sp.efsa.2020.en-1947 fatcat:gpibnpiyvjabrnzppxpy72zdle

ICT SYSTEMS FOR MONITORING AND PROTECTION OF WILDLIFE IN THEIR NATURAL ENVIRONMENT

Branko MARKOVIĆ, Drago NEDIĆ, Savo MINIĆ
2018 ВЕТЕРИНАРСКИ ЖУРНАЛ РЕПУБЛИКЕ СРПСКЕ  
point of view of data processing and the legal framework for theapplication of these solutions.  ...  Finally, the paperprovides examples of solutions from the point of view of the necessary infrastructure(servers, storage, internet, animal necklaces, stationary cameras and drones), aswell as from the  ...  If a wolf attacks a domestic animal, in the first place the cattle on pasture, not only he will be hunted , but probably many other members of the pack.  ... 
doi:10.7251/vetjen1801132m fatcat:m4nr7k7idra5jbccubjboleghm

Autonomous and autonomic systems: with applications to NASA intelligent spacecraft operations and exploration systems

2010 ChoiceReviews  
Acknowledgements There are a number of people who made this book possible. We would like to thank them for their contributions.  ...  We have made liberal use of their work and their contributions to Agent-based research at NASA Goddard.  ...  such as colonies of ants, flocks of birds, packs of wolves, etc.  ... 
doi:10.5860/choice.47-6277 fatcat:nlprjuayozhg7mp55fz2wkl4bi

From Global Justice to Occupy and Podemos: Mapping Three Stages of Contemporary Activism

Todd Wolfson, Emiliano Treré, Paolo Gerbaudo, Peter N. Funke
2017 tripleC: Communication, Capitalism & Critique  
Special Section of tripleC: Communication, Capitalism & Critique (http://www.triple-c.at) Edited by Todd Wolfson, Emiliano Treré, Paolo Gerbaudo, Peter FunketripleC 15 (2), 2017, pp. 390-542 Please note  ...  This special issue represents a collective effort, and all the four editors contributed equally to it.  ...  Acknowledgement: This article makes use of interviews with CUTV volunteers and workers, and develops out of my own engagement with the live streaming project of the station.  ... 
doi:10.31269/triplec.v15i2.897 fatcat:f36wg6d5vvh3vkno7djt5n2uqi

Poster Abstracts

2017 Integrative and Comparative Biology  
The flukes of cetaceans are the principal structure used to generate thrust during swimming. The flukes are composed of a compact array of collagen fibers with a complex organization.  ...  and the Green Anole Anolis carolinensis The parietal eye is a photosensitive structure with a well-developed cornea, retina, and lens, located on the top of the head in some species of lizards.  ...  4 packs) relative to regions with more abundant ungulate prey and topographic complexity (Region 2: 0.5 wolves/1000 km2 and 5.6 wolves/pack in 6 packs; Region 3: 0.8 wolves/1000 km2 and 5.3 wolves/pack  ... 
doi:10.1093/icb/icx001 fatcat:tnwx27gpsjddjd4qvecg7ip5ma

Research Encounters via Architecture's Methods [article]

AHRA PhD Student Symposium
2021 figshare.com  
How then might weconsider our encounters with architectural researchin a way that links to our own ways of working andconception of the wider world?  ...  This categorisation impliesthat architectural research requires methods to beapplied from outside of its discipline, rather thanconceiving of architectural research as a disciplinewith its own research  ...  Acknowledgements The author would like to thank Nat Chard and Chris Leung for their guidance, as well as B-made for the support in the construction of the objects.  ... 
doi:10.6084/m9.figshare.16601423.v2 fatcat:c72eioxtenbv5eqt6wbrxyqcge

Understanding the imitation deficit in autism may lead to a more specific model of autism as an empathy disorder

Tony Charman
2001 Behavioral and Brain Sciences  
Open Peer Commentary Commentary submitted by the qualified professional readership of this journal will be considered for publication in a later issue as Continuing Commentary on this article.  ...  Stephanie Preston would also like to thank Jay Nagtalon for helping with references and Brent Stansfield for his intelligence, helpfulness, and patience.  ...  Codes of conduct and packs broke down when there were too many wolves.  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0140525x0231001x fatcat:k3k2ko6u4zeyfmzka52rex5jee

Great Power Blame Game: The Ongoing War of Words Over COVID-19

Melissa Conley Tyler, Asialink, Tiffany Liu, Asialink
2020 Melbourne Asia Review  
A country like India cannot afford to indefinitely extend it across regions when a clear assessment of the risk of community spread is impossible for lack of information.  ...  Several OECD and BRICS countries have taken measures to improve the quality of services for taxpayers by expanding the use of digital communication channels, including exchanging messages via web chat,  ... 
doi:10.37839/mar2652-550x2.17 fatcat:umdd6tuh2rgwnaiyuzwtsutovq

Game of Drones

Tung Yin
2015 Texas A&M Law Review  
First, the Article provides an overview of current drone technology, legal views on weaponized military drones, and a discussion of the potential appeal of drones as vehicles for terrorism.  ...  That many people trying to escape such a tightly packed venue could likely result in a dozens of injuries, if not deaths, from trampling and stampeding. 15 The realization that next time a drone could  ...  tracker used in United States v.  ... 
doi:10.37419/lr.v2.i4.3 fatcat:nphmflwa2fgopfyyu4y6jz5hiy
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