Wildlife Damage Test #2 (Working in Groups)
#1. Why is working in groups beneficial? - - Draw on group member’s knowledge, perspectives, and strengths. - Keep on task (no procrastinating) - Motivation - Collaborative work is the norm in wildli...
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Wildlife Damage Test #2 (Fertility Control)
#1. What are the 2 ways basic ecological models of population growth indicate to decrease equilibrium density? - - Increase environmental resistance – Decrease biotic potential #2. How do you change ...
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Wildlife Damage Test #2 (Fear-Provoking Stimuli)
#1. Define the Optimal Foraging Theory. - Organisms forage in ways to maximize net energy intake per unit time. #2. Define Landscape Fear. - Prey species are more abundant in areas of low predation ...
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Wildlife Damage Test #1 (Population Regulation)
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Wildlife Damage Test #2 (Translocation)
#1. What is wildlife translocation? - Live capturing animals and transporting to a different location and releasing. #2. What are some reasons for wildlife translocation? - - Removing problem animal...
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