5 edition of Latin American mammalogy found in the catalog.
|Statement||edited by Michael A. Mares and David J. Schmidly.|
|Contributions||Mares, Michael A., Schmidly, David J., 1943-, Oklahoma Museum of Natural History (Norman, Okla.)|
|LC Classifications||QL724.L29 L38 1991|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xviii, 468 p. :|
|Number of Pages||468|
|LC Control Number||91010264|
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The Omilteme cottontail (Sylvilagus insonus) is a cottontail rabbit found only in the state of Guerrero, Mexico in the mountain range of Sierra Madre del ing to the family Leporidae, it is one of fourteen species in the genus Sylvilagus, a genus restricted to the New World. The Omilteme cottontail is considered one of the most endangered rabbit species in the world and is only known Class: Mammalia. Michael A. Mares – amerykański zoolog, abolwent University of Texas, Austin, (); Fort Hays Kansas State University, Hays, Kansas, (); University of New.
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The preface of Latin American Mammalogy, overviews of the four sections, and summaries of the twenty-three chapters are given in Spanish as well as English. out of 5 stars Latin American mammalogy during the s Reviewed in the United States on Aug According to the Preface, this book is a sequel to Mares and Genoways' () highly successful "blue book," complementing it in aspects that were scantily or definitely not covered there; namely, history, biodiversity, and by: Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for Latin American Mammalogy: History, Biodiversity, and Conservation (Volume 1) (Oklahoma Museum of Natural History Publications) at Read honest and unbiased product reviews from our users.5/5.
Thirty-six scientists from Latin America and the United States contribute to our knowledge of Latin American mammals - over species, amounting to more than 25per cent of. The Publications Advisory Board, formerly the Publications Committee, was one of the original committees formed intestimony to the importance the Society places on its publication efforts.
This committee oversees the Society's publications, including the Journal of Mammalogy, Mammalian Species, Special Publications, and occasional. Number of publications from to in Journal of Mammalogy authored by researchers from different regions of the world.
Left Y-axis scale is for solid lines: number of publications by US and non-US authors. Right Y-axis scale is for broken lines: trend lines (linear regression) for Canada, Latin America and the rest of the world (Africa, Asia, Oceania [including Australia], and Europe).Cited by: 3.
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A Southerly Fauna. (Book Reviews: Latin American Mammalogy. History, Biodiversity, and Conservation.)Author: Theodore H.
Fleming. Robert S. Sikes and the Animal Care and Use Committee of the American Society of Mammalogists. Guidelines for use of wild mammal species in research are updated from Sikes et al.
These guidelines cover current professional techniques and regulations involving the use of mammals in research and teaching; they also incorporate new. BOOK REVIEWS part of my review. The title of the book, "Latin American Mammalogy" may evoke different images to different people. Strictly speaking, from that title one would expect a collection of papers dealing with Latin American Mammalogy (sic).
This book is about mammalogy, no doubt, but I wonder what is the meaning of the qualifiers. Latin American Mammalogy: History, Biodiversity, and Conservation (Volume 1) (Oklahoma Museum of Natural History Publications) by Michael A.
Mares, David. The Hartley H. Jackson Award honors individuals with a long and outstanding record of service to mammalogy and the American Society of Mammalogists. Nominees should have extensive service in areas such as governance of the Society, special projects of the Society, editing of Journal of Mammalogy or Mammalian Species (Editors, Associate.
Number of publications in Journal of Mammalogy from to by researchers from three Latin American countries (solid lines). Broken lines are polynomial trend lines. Decem Grants available for Latin American students to attend Biennial Conference by Chris Parsons.
YAQU PACHA, an organization that promotes aquatic mammal protection, conservation, and research in South America and sponsors LAJAM (Latin American Journal of Aquatic Mammals), has generously offered SOLAMAC (the Latin American Society of Specialists in Aquatic.
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The Journal of Mammalogy has been the flagship publication of the American Society of Mammalogists since and was voted one of the top most influential serials in biology and medicine of the 20th highly respected international scientific journal is produced 6 times per year and promotes interest in mammals throughout the world by the publication of original and timely.
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Decem Grants available for Latin American students to attend Biennial Conference by Chris Parsons. YAQU PACHA, an organization that promotes aquatic mammal protection, conservation, and research in South America and sponsors LAJAM (Latin American Journal of Aquatic Mammals), has generously offered SOLAMAC (the Latin American Society of Specialists in Aquatic Mammals) two.
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