Recolonizing wolves and mesopredator suppression of coyotes:impacts on pronghorn population dynamics

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Berger, Kim Murray; Conner, Mary M.;
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  • Subject: Allee effect | Antilocapra americana | Canis latrans | Canis lupus | coyotes | population management | predation | projection model | pronghorn | simulation modeling | wolves | Environmental Sciences

Food web theory predicts that the loss of large carnivores may contribute toelevated predation rates and, hence, declining prey populations, through the process ofmesopredator release. However, opportunities to test predictions of the mesopredator releasehypothesis are ... View more
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