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Local extinction

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Local extinction, or extirpation, is the condition of a species (or other taxon) that ceases to exist in the chosen geographic area of study, though it still exists ...

Local extinction - definition of Local extinction by The Free Dictionary

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tr.v. ex·tir·pat·ed, ex·tir·pat·ing, ex·tir·pates. 1. a. To destroy totally; kill off: an effort to reintroduce wildlife that had been extirpated from the region. b. To render ...

EXTINCTION AND EXTIRPATION - All About Wildlife

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Oct 2, 2011 ... Extirpation Means 'Local Extinction'. Everyone knows what the words “extinct” and “extinction” mean. They tell us that a species has vanished ...

Local Extinction in the Bird Assemblage in the Greater Beijing Area ...

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Jun 29, 2012 ... We compared avifauna checklists made between 1877 and 1938 with current checklists to determine the extent of local bird extinctions during ...

Local extinction and recolonization, species effective population size ...

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Hum Biol. 2004 Oct;76(5):689-709. Local extinction and recolonization, species effective population size, and modern human origins. Eller E(1), Hawks J, ...

Global versus local extinction in a network model of plant–pollinator ...

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Apr 7, 2013 ... However, in some cases a species only becomes locally extinct, and may be able to reinvade from surrounding communities. Here, we use a ...

Local Extinction in Perennial Grasslands: A Life-History ... - JStor

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Such a species can become locally extinct on a regional or landscape scale in ... also result in local extinction, but these processes are not mutually exclusive.

Local Extinction and Unintentional Rewilding of Bighorn Sheep ...

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Mar 19, 2014 ... Citation: Wilder BT, Betancourt JL, Epps CW, Crowhurst RS, Mead JI, Ezcurra E ( 2014) Local Extinction and Unintentional Rewilding of Bighorn ...

Great White Sharks In South Africa Close To Local Extinction ...

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Jul 21, 2016 ... Think of great white sharks, and many of us think of South Africa. With endless nature documentaries being filmed out of the nation's bays ...

Maximum Likelihood Inference of Geographic Range Evolution by ...

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Maximum Likelihood Inference of Geographic Range Evolution by Dispersal, Local Extinction, and Cladogenesis. Richard H. Ree and; Stephen A. Smith.

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Overview of Extinction - Bagheera

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Local extinctions mean the loss of the egenetic diversity represented by that population and the removal of that species' contribution to the local ecosystem.

Uncertainty in identifying local extinctions: the distribution of missing ...

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Mar 9, 2016 ... Identifying local extinctions is integral to estimating species richness and geographic range changes and informing extinction risk assessments.

Project MUSE - Local Extinction and Recolonization, Species ...

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The potential effect of local extinction was first noted by Wright (1940) and has been addressed by theoreticians including Slatkin (1977), Maruyama and Kimura  ...