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Benefits of restoring apex predator populations
The role that apex predators play in ecosystem functioning, disease regulation and biodiversity maintenance is increasingly debated. However, the positive impacts of their presence in terrestrial...
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Large carnivore damage in Europe: Analysis of compensation and prevention programs
The mitigation of conflicts associated with large carnivore damage to livestock and agriculture is pivotal to their conservation. Current programs to compensate and prevent large carnivore damage...
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The role of human-related risk in breeding site selection by wolves
Large carnivores can be found in different scenarios of cohabitation with humans. Behavioral adaptations to minimize risk from humans are expected to be exacerbated where large carnivores are most...
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human population density
Wolf population genetics in Europe: a systematic review, meta-analysis and suggestions for conservation and management
The grey wolf (Canis lupus) is an iconic large carnivore that has increasingly been recognized as an apex predator with intrinsic value and a keystone species. However, wolves have also long...
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european union policy
Ancient intercontinental dispersals of grey wolves according to mitochondrial genomes
In this study the previously proposed hypothesis that extant North American wolves originate from multiple waves of colonization from Asia is tested, along with the hypothesis that land connections...
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molecular ecology and genetics
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