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The UW National Parks Service Research Station Annual Reports
The objective of the research project is to create a conceptual model of blacktailed prairie dog (Cynomys ludovicianus) town ecology which provides information concerning habitat selection in terms of vegetation and soils along the periphery of Badlands National park. The study is designed, as well, to produce information on expansion and reinvasion rates along eradicated town edges, and to document the effect of this rodent upon range conditions in these areas. The study is presently in itsdoi:10.13001/uwnpsrc.1983.2357 fatcat:hdv7hrkvkzeufkghqexveovzkm