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USING FORAGING DYNAMICS TO ANSWER LANDSCAPE MANAGEMENT QUESTIONS: THE NUTRITIONAL ECOLOGY OF BLACK-TAILED DEER
Black-tailed deer (Odocoileus hemionus columbianus) and other forest herbivores depend on abundant and nutritious understory vegetation found in open-canopy and young, early-seral forests. Forage management activities such ...
CAMPAIGNS, PERCEPTIONS, AND CONSUMPTION: A MIXED METHODS STUDY OF FRESH WATER MANAGEMENT IN THE INLAND NORTHWEST
Dwindling freshwater resources are one of the largest challenges facing countries worldwide. For regional and local governments the task of managing fresh water resources falls the hardest. Reduced water quantity directly ...
Oil and The Libyan Economy
Oil is the single most important resource in the Libyan economy. In order to explore the extent to which oil dominates the development of Libyan national income, this study covers the period time from 1990 to 2009. This ...