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Class Notes for NRC 261 at University of Massachusetts Amherst (UMASSA)

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NRC 261 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Isle Royale National Park, Snowshoe Hare, Red Fox

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NRC 261 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Carrying Capacity

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NRC 261 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Migratory Bird Treaty Act Of 1918, National Environmental Policy Act, Federal Duck Stamp

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Before 1200, wildlife belonged to nobles (rich, owned land, what was on this land was theirs) Signed by king john, made wildlife public property that w
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NRC 261 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Maasai Mara, Endangered Species

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NRC 261 Lecture Notes - Pesticide, Tillage, Conservation Reserve Program

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NRC 261 Lecture Notes - Trophic State Index, Transpiration, Evaporation

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NRC 261 Lecture Notes - Logistic Function, Exponential Growth, Inbreeding

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Population: a group of individuals of a species. Sometimes easy to identify sometimes not so easy/ Meaningful is it meaningful to discuss to talk about
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NRC 261 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Barter, Bird Migration, Endangered Species

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Magna carta 1215: king john signed the magna carta, since then, wildlife is public property and is tended to by the government. Lots of animals, no lim
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NRC 261 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Cellulose, Ruminant, Scurvy

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Is food homogeneously distributed: is it available. Are there temporal changes in availability: does it change from season to season. And most primates
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NRC 261 Lecture Notes - Bighorn Sheep, Naked Mole-Rat, Pecking Order

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Cant do good conservation unless you understand the behaviors and activity"s of the species. Home range: the area an individual animal uses for obtaini
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NRC 261 Lecture Notes - Rangeland, Overgrazing, List Of Domesticated Animals

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14 Apr 2014
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Ecological factor that has greatest impact: growing points at or below ground level. 3. regrow rapidly fire removes little growth it changes plant comp
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NRC 261 Lecture Notes - Parasitism, Commensalism

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