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Return of historical fire: Impacts of burn severity and heterogeneity on Mexican fox squirrels
Competition for conifer cones as a potential mechanism of endangerment for the Mount Graham red squirrel
Population genetic structure of the Lesser long-nosed bat ( Leptonycteris yerbabuenae) in Arizona and Mexico
Dynamics of chytrid fungus (Batrachochytrium dendrobatidis) infection in amphibians in the Rincon Mountains and Tucson, Arizona
Ecological assessment of red-bellied squirrels (Sciurus aureogaster) introduced to Elliott Key, Florida
Spatial movements and ecology of mountain lions in southern Arizona
Change in migratory behavior as a possible explanation for burrowing owl population declines in northern latitudes
Remote sensing methods to classify a desert wetland
Spatiotemporal and phenological pattens of bird migration and the influence of climate and disturbance in the Madrean Sky Island Archipelago and North American southwest
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