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Recommended methods for range-wide monitoring of prairie dogs in the United States

One of the greatest challenges for conserving grassland, prairie scrub, and shrub-steppe ecosystems is maintaining prairie dog populations across the landscape. Of the four species of prairie dogs found in the United States, the Utah prairie dog (Cynomys

by McDonald, Lyman L.; Stanley, Thomas R.; Otis, David L.; Biggins, Dean E.; Stevens, Patricia D.; Koprowski, John L.; and Ballard, Warren
U.S. Geological Survey Scientific Investigations Report 2011-5063
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Animal and plant census, Biogeography, Mammals, Population dynamics, Wildlife, Wildlife biology, Wildlife population management
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