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A protocol for better design, application, and communication of population viability analyses

Bibliographic reference Pe'er, Guy ; Matsinos, Yiannis, G. ; Johst, Karin ; Franz, Kamila, W ; Turlure, Camille ; et. al. A protocol for better design, application, and communication of population viability analyses. In: Conservation Biology, Vol. 27, no.4, p. 644–656 (2013)
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