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Online ISSN: 1365-2907
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Themed issue on:
Genetics and conservation of large mammals in Europe.
Due to their ecological and economical importance and their emblematic, charismatic status, large mammals are ‘flagship species’ in conservation biology and management. With the advent of molecular techniques, the new discipline of conservation genetics arose, and large mammals were among the first species on which these techniques were performed. This themed issue provides a forum for invited international experts on selected large mammal species to present short, up-to-date reviews on current knowledge, its practical implications and the need for future studies.
Most downloaded articles in 2012
Current status and distribution of golden jackals Canis aureus in Europe
J. ARNOLD, A. HUMER, et al.
Mammal Review is on the right track
Habitat heterogeneity and mammalian predator-prey interactions
L. GORINI, J. D. C. INNELL
The mating system of the brown bear Ursus arctos
S. M. J. G. STEYAERT, A. ENDRESTØL, et al.
Ecological impact of beavers Castor fiber and Castor canadensis and their ability to modify ecosystems
F. ROSELL, O. BOZSÉR, et al.
A Virtual Issue on the occasion of the 75th anniversary of The Wildlife Society
With this Virtual Issue, Mammal Review congratulates The Wildlife Society on its jubilee, and presents recent reviews relevant for The Wildlife Society. Although Mammal Review covers all aspects of mammalian biology and ecology, articles about mammals which are hunted or managed constitute a major part to this journal. This includes analytical reviews of current theoretical and applied research on mammals, practical assessments of techniques for studying mammals, and large-scale considerations of the status, conservation and management of mammals.
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