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Alligator lethally removed from Scott County creek - Bristol Herald Courier (press release) (blog)


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The alligator found in Gate City is believed to have escaped or been released by a resident. Facebook · Twitter · Email; Print; Save. Tags. Alligator · Hydrography · Lee Walker · American Alligator · Virginia · Zoology · Gate City · Official · Removal ...

Arab American and Chaldean Council awards scholarships to area seniors - The Macomb Daily


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Eman Jassem of Dearborn, a Frontier International Academy graduate who is slated to attend University of Michigan-Dearborn to study biochemistry. • Emily Kado of Rochester Hills, a Stoney Creek High School graduate who is slated to attend Wayne State ...

Snake entombed in amber offers insights into early serpent evolution - UPI.com


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July 19 (UPI) -- Paleontologists have discovered a snake embryo in a 105-million-year-old amber fossil, the first of its kind. The find has offered scientists important insights into the evolution of modern snakes. "This snake is linked to ancient ...
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Fossil Creek Software

Provo - United States

Describes and offers POP-II and POP-III population dynamics software, which is used by government and university wildlife biologists to simulate the dynamics of deer, elk, moose and other large animal populations.

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    POP-II is a simulation program used primarily by applied wildlife biologists to simulate the dynamics of large mammal populations, typically deer, elk, moose, etc.. The simulation model is also used in teaching college-level natural resources classes. Use by applied wildlife managers is directed towards predicting the consequences of various harvest strategies and to assess ongoing data collection activities. university use typically focuses on the understanding of population dynamics and demonstrating sensitivity of input variables to model behavior. Additional use of POP-II is made by federal agencies to assess the conseuences of land management decisions on resident game populations.

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    Big Game Population Modeling - Applied Wildlife Management Modeling - Mathematical Modeling - Biological Models - Population Viability Analysis - Pop-Ii - Pop-Iii - Pop2 - Pop3 - Pop-2 - Pop-3

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