*  Global language extinction risk | Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B: Biological Sciences
2003 Parallel extinction risk and global distribution of languages and species. Nature 423, 276-279. (doi:10.1038/nature01607) ... 2008 Quantification of extinction risk: IUCN's system for classifying threatened species. Conserv. Biol. 22, 1424-1442. (doi: ... 2011 The ghosts of mammals past: biological and geographical patterns of global mammalian extinction across the Holocene. Phil ... which have been established to evaluate the extinction risk of species, i.e. symptoms of endangerment rather than causes [21,22 ...
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*  H+: Ship of Fools: Why Transhumanism is the Best Bet to Prevent the Extinction of Civilization
A number of biological technologies were used during intense clinical testing of RCD on rabbits and other species in the early ... Through competition this invasive species is estimated to have caused the extinction of about 12% of all Australian mammals. ... H+: Ship of Fools: Why Transhumanism is the Best Bet to Prevent the Extinction of Civilization. ... pointed out that it is simply empirically false that there is no evidence that pathogens can cause the extinction of a species. ...
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*  Yellingbo Nature Conservation Reserve - Wikipedia
The Problem of Extinction Prone Species. BioScience, 1974. 24(12): p. 715-722. East, R., Species-area curves and populations of ... Biological Conservation 1991. 56: p. 295-315. Smith, A.a.L., DB, Tree hollow requirements of Leadbeater's Possum and other ... However, it is evident that without this effort the helmeted honeyeater species, and possibly others species, would have become ... Biological Conservation, 1981. 21(2): p. 111-126. Arup, Tom (21 July 2013). "Edge of Existence". The Age. Retrieved 15 May 2016 ...
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*  John Alroy - Wikipedia
"It would be unwise to assume that any large number of species can be lost today without forever altering the basic biological ... Science 329:1191-1194 (2010). Speciation and extinction in the fossil record of North American mammals. pp. 301-323 in R. ... Constant extinction, constrained diversification, and uncoordinated stasis in North American mammals. Palaeogeography, ... Alroy specializes in diversity curves, speciation, and extinction of North American fossil mammals and Phanerozoic marine ...
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*  Big-eared hopping mouse - Wikipedia
... an extinction promoting trait because "species that were both rare and specialized were especially vulnerable to extinction" ... Ford, Fred (2006). "A Splitting Headache: Relationships and Generic Boundaries among Australian Murids". Biological Journal of ... The destruction of their burrows, resources, and food supply led to the extinction of this species. In addition to the well ... Habitat degradation, loss and fragmentation all had moderate to severe ratings for the extinction of this species. The big- ...
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*  Extinction in discrete, competitive, multi-species patch models
For a system of $n$ species on $m$ patches, we define conditions under which one species is a ``superior competitor' to another ... and show that this is sufficient for one species to drive another to extinction. We also illustrate the result with an example ... C. M. Taylor and A. Hastings, Allee effects in biological invasions,, Ecology Letters, 8 (2005), 895. doi: 10.1111/j.1461- ... Extinction in discrete, competitive, multi-species patch models. David M. Chan 1, , Matt McCombs 1, , Sarah Boegner 1, , Hye ...
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*  Species at Risk Public Registry - Recovery Strategy for the Salish Sucker (Catostomus sp.) in Canada (proposed)
The Species at Risk Act (SARA, Section 37) requires the competent minister to prepare recovery strategies for listed extirpated ... In the spirit of the National Accord for the Protection of Species at Risk, the Minister of Fisheries and Oceans invites all ... Success in the recovery of this species depends on the commitment and cooperation of many different constituencies that will be ... endangered or threatened species. The Salish Sucker was listed as endangered under SARA in June 2005. The development of this ...
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*  Captive white tigers - Wikipedia
The Tiger Species Survival Plan devised by the Association of Zoos and Aquariums has condemned the breeding of white tigers. ... Origin of white tigers at Nandankanan Biological Park, Orissa. Indian J. Exper. Biol. 21:350-52 Roychoudhury, A.K., A Genetic ... Battling extinction with test-tube tigers, Science News May 26, 1990 National Zoo's only white tiger euthanized https://www. ... s Species Survival Plan (SSP) to breed them. The Zoo Outreach Organisation used to publish studbooks for white tigers, which ...
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*  Banksia seminuda - Wikipedia
Coccinea (1 species) B. sect. Oncostylis B. ser. Spicigerae (7 species, 2 subspecies, 4 varieties) B. spinulosa (4 varieties) B ... CSIRO Publishing / Australian Biological Resources Study. pp. 175-251. ISBN 0-643-06454-0. Rye, Barbara L. (1984). "A new ... Cardillo, Marcel; Pratt, Renae (2013). "Evolution of a Hotspot Genus: Geographic Variation in Speciation and Extinction Rates ... The tree trunk is often straight and tall as the species generally grows in sheltered forest areas. The leaves are arranged on ...
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*  Environment of the United States - Wikipedia
of the Interior, National Biological Service. Retrieved 2006-06-14. [full citation needed] "Pleistocene Megafauna Extinctions ... About 13,000 species are added to the list of known organisms each year. Most of these animal species have become extinct or ... The Endangered Species Act of 1973 protects threatened and endangered species and their habitats, which are monitored by the U. ... Climate change, species conservation, invasive species, mining, pesticides, and waste are just some of the environmental issues ...
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*  Positive Interactions of Nonindigenous Species: Invasional Meltdown? | SpringerLink
Vitousek PM (1986) Biological invasions and ecosystem properties: can species make a difference? In: Mooney HA and Drake JA ( ... Lynch M, Conery J and Burger R (1995) Mutation accumulation and the extinction of small populations. American Naturalist 146: ... Ramirez BW and Montero SJ (in press) Ficus microcarpa L. and F. benjamina L. and other species introduced in the New World, ... In: Groves RH and Burdon JJ (eds) Ecology of Biological Invasion, pp 57-66. Cambridge University Press, CambridgeGoogle Scholar ...
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*  Euglandina rosea - Wikipedia
The biological control has been a highly favored option. The rosy wolfsnail is now legally considered to be a "noxious species ... Overall the rosy wolfsnail has an caused the extinction of an estimated eight native snail species in Hawaii. Due to this the ... This snail is responsible for the extinction of an estimated eight native snail species in Hawaii. This has caused the snail to ... As a result many tree snail species were hunted to extinction within the first year. These predatory snails continue to ...
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*  Biological rules - Wikipedia
Van Valen's law states that the probability of extinction for species and higher taxa (such as families and orders) is constant ... A biological rule or biological law is a generalized law, principle, or rule of thumb formulated to describe patterns observed ... Hennig's progression rule states that when considering a group of species in cladistics, the species with the most primitive ... Among the earliest biological rules in modern times are those of Karl Ernst von Baer (from 1828 onwards) on embryonic ...
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*  Classical biological control of insect pests of trees: facts and figures | SpringerLink
Classical biological control (CBC) is the introduction of a natural enemy of exotic origin to control a pest, usually also ... proving the extinction of this insect species within the Fiji archipelago is a major task, which has not been systematically ... Kuris AM (2003) Did biological control cause extinction of the coconut moth, Levuana iridescens, in Fiji? Biol Invasions 5:133- ... Critical issues in biological control. In: Mackauer M, Ehler J, Roland J (eds) critical issues in biological control. Intercept ...
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*  CSIRO PUBLISHING | Australian Mammalogy
Rainfall, groundwater and refuges: predicting extinctions of Australian tropical mammal species.CrossRef , ... Biological Conservation 96, 185-196. , Reintroduction of the burrowing bettong Bettongia lesueur (Marsupialia: Potoroidae) to ... predicting extinctions of Australian tropical mammal species. Australian Journal of Ecology 22, 57-67. , ... Biological Conservation 109, 181-195. , Reintroduction and establishment of the western barred bandicoot Perameles bougainville ...
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*  Red fox - Wikipedia
As such it has become one of the continent's most invasive species. The red fox has been implicated in the extinction and ... Short, J. (1998). "The extinction of rat-kangaroos (Marsupialia:Potoroidae) in New South Wales, Australia". Biological ... Although the red species' northern limit is linked to the availability of food, the Arctic species' southern range is limited ... Several coccidian species of the genera Isospora and Eimeria are also known to infect them. The most common nematode species ...
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*  Guam kingfisher - Wikipedia
"Conservation biology for suites of species: demographic modeling for the Pacific island kingfishers." Biological Conservation ... Extinction of an island forest avifauna by an introduced snake. Ecology 68:660-668. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, 2004. Draft ... Genetic diversity among two avian species formerly endemic to Guam. Auk 112: 445-455. Haig, S.M., J.D. Ballou, and N.J. Casna. ... It is restricted to a captive breeding program following its extinction in the wild due to predation by the introduced brown ...
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*  Return of the Gray Wolf - An Environmental Coup - CSMonitor.com
In biological terms, the predators are the front line, the first to fall. Not just the wolf, but the mountain lion, the bear, ... We can get ahead of the curve of extinction if we act now. The case of the wolf returning to Yellowstone stands for all the ... THE howl of the gray wolf is rarely heard today in the United States, where the species has been nearly extinct for 50 years. ... Fortunately, the human species not only has the capacity to foul its nest, but to clean it up. ...
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*  Orthalicus reses - Wikipedia
This species is known to occur in the National Key Deer Refuge. Orthalicus reses reses snails are active mainly during the wet ... Biological opinion on the Federal Emergency Management Agency's National Flood Insurance Program's actions in the Florida Keys ... 2001). "The likely cause of extinction of the tree snail Orthalicus reses reses (Say)". Journal of Molluscan Studies 67: 369- ... Species Profile of Stock Island Tree snail (Orthalicus reses) at U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service webpage Photo of shell of ...
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*  Niles Eldredge - Wikipedia
Fossils: The Evolution and Extinction of Species. Photographs by Murray Alcosser. Abrams, New York; Australian edition: ... Unfinished Synthesis: Biological Hierarchies and Modern Evolutionary Thought. Oxford University Press, New York 1987. Life ... Extinction and evolution : what fossils reveal about the history of life, ISBN 978-1-77085-359-1; Firefly Books, Toronto 2014. ... The Miner's Canary: Extinctions Past and Present. Prentice Hall Books, New York; English edition: Virgin Publishing, Ltd.; ...
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*  ARCHIVÉE - Registre public des espèces en péril - Programme de rétablissement de la Grue blanche (Grus americana) au Canada ...
Contribution of inbreeding to extinction risk in threatened species, Conservation Ecology 6(1):16 [en ligne], (disponible en ... The habitat of nesting Whooping Cranes, Biological Conservation 89:189-197.. Timoney, K.P., S.C. Zoltai et L. Goldsborough. ... Endangered Species Act, Federal Register 43(94), 15 mai.. Walkinshaw, L.H. 1973. Cranes of the world, Winchester Press, New ... Characterization of habitat used by Whooping Cranes during migration, Biological Report 90(4):1-16. ...
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*  Craugastor chrysozetetes - Wikipedia
It was always a rare species, and after several visits to the only known site failed to locate the species, the International ... The cause of extinction is thought have been habitat loss and change (deforestation resulting from agricultural encroachment, ... Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington. 102: 483-490. Frost, Darrel R. (2017). "Craugastor chrysozetetes (McCranie ... Craugastor chrysozetetes is an extinct species of frog in the family Craugastoridae. It was endemic to Honduras where it was ...
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*  Protoavis - Wikipedia
Many palaeontologists doubt that Protoavis is a bird, or that all remains assigned to it even come from a single species, ... Dingus, L. & Rowe, T. (1998): The Mistaken Extinction: Dinosaur Evolution and the Origin of Birds. W. H. Freeman & Company, New ... ISBN 0-520-20094-2 Padian, K.; Chiappe, L. (1998). "The origin and evolution of birds". Biological Reviews. 73: 1-42. doi: ... The principal carnivores of the locale would have been poposaurids such as Postosuchus, a species well represented in the ...
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*  Jamaican ibis - Wikipedia
Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington. 90 (2): 447-457. Tyrberg, Tommy (2009). "Holocene avian extinctions". In ... The species was first described in 1977 based on postcranial bone elements excavated in a cave deposit at Long Mile Cave, ... It is the only species in the genus Xenicibis, and one of only two flightless ibis genera, the other being the genus Apteribis ... Holocene Extinctions. Oxford University Press. pp. 63-106. ISBN 978-0-19-953509-5. Longrich, N. R.; Olson, S. L. (2011). "The ...
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*  Brown bear - Wikipedia
While the brown bear's range has shrunk and it has faced local extinctions, it remains listed as a least concern species by the ... Generally genetic testing uses the word clade rather than species because a genetic test alone cannot define a biological ... Up to a dozen species have been eaten by brown bears but the main prey species are the larger species they encounter: elk ( ... While the brown bear's range has shrunk and it has faced local extinctions, it remains listed as a least concern species by the ...
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