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Title: The northern flying squirrel in the Pacific Northwest: implications for management of the greater Fundy ecosystem

Author: Rosenberg, D.K.; Waters, J.R.; Martin, K.J.; Anthony, R.G.; Zabel, C.J.;

Date: 1996

Source: Pages 23-29 in: Fleming, S.P., ed., Using Population Viability Analysis in Ecosystem Management at Fundy National Park. Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada: Parks Canada, Atlantic Region; Parks Canada-Ecosystem Science Review Reports #1

Publication Series: Miscellaneous

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Rosenberg, D.K.; Waters, J.R.; Martin, K.J.; Anthony, R.G.; Zabel, C.J. 1996. The northern flying squirrel in the Pacific Northwest: implications for management of the greater Fundy ecosystem. Pages 23-29 in: Fleming, S.P., ed., Using Population Viability Analysis in Ecosystem Management at Fundy National Park. Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada: Parks Canada, Atlantic Region; Parks Canada-Ecosystem Science Review Reports #1

 


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