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This method is often applied when assessing population numbers of ungulates living in forest habitats (Bobek et al.
The leading opponent of the ban, Japan--which consumes three-quarters of all bluefin tuna caught around the world--argued that ICCAT was the proper regulatory body to sustain Atlantic bluefin population numbers.
Since 1983 all regions in southern Sudan experienced an increase in population numbers therefore to rejection current census result would requires a political decision from Goss presidency, remarks commissioners Aruai.
Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS), the federal agency responsible for overseeing endangered species protections, stated that wolverine population numbers were declining precipitously: "The small effective population size (number of breeding wolverines) in the contiguous U.
The teen/tween grooming market is not behaving as the mature market that stalling population numbers would indicate," notes Tatjana Meerman, publisher of Packaged Facts.
and the fourth in child poverty; the homeless population numbers about 2,000 on any given night.
Meanwhile, the northern white rhino is dangerously close to disappearing, with population numbers at an all-time low.
Ms Dunnell said: "For the last few years migration has been the main factor affecting population numbers in this country.
The expansion of broadband internet access, expanding both wind and celluosic energy and undertaking projects that will stabilize rural population numbers are also areas of interest and involvement for Rural Development.
Declines in greater sage grouse (Centrocercus urophasianus) productivity and population numbers throughout their range demand a better understanding of how nutrition influences sage grouse populations.
This will bring down the ageing/disabled/sick population numbers and reduce the NHS budget and social security benefits.
The professor knows this better than most: there are many possible explanations for the growth differential between the euro-zone and the US: declining population numbers, a lagging knowledge economy, lower productivity.