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Population dynamics of large and small mammals: Graeme Caughley's grand vision
Wildlife research (East Melbourne)
Ecologists that study the population dynamics of large and small herbivorous mammals operate in two worlds that overlap only partly, and in this paper I address whether the conjecture that these worlds represent two distinct and valid paradigms is currently justified. I argue that large mammals fall into three groups depending on whether they have effective predators or not, and whether they are harvested by humans. Because of human persecution of large predators, more and more largedoi:10.1071/wr08004 fatcat:5oej3b6ugjddleizsmpl55peni