WHY ARE SPECIES IN DANGER?
- Infectious diseases and endangered species management Miller, Dan; Dobson, Andrew // Endangered Species Update;Jul1989, Vol. 6 Issue 9, p1
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- Out of the Woods. // Scholastic News -- Edition 3;9/18/2006, Vol. 63 Issue 3, p2
The article provides information on bald eagles, grizzly bears and gray wolves in the United States and presents a chart of the population of these animals in the continental United States.
- Selected Endangered Species Worldwide Populations, 1970-1999. // Scholastic Math (Teacher's Edition);4/10/2000-4/24/2000, Vol. 20 Issue 12/13, pT4
Presents a graphical representation on the population of selected endangered species worldwide from 1970-1999.
- Mojave Desert Tortoises. // Earthwatch Institute Journal;Jun/Jul2003, Vol. 22 Issue 2, p45
Cites a study conducted by scientist Harold Avery with colleagues scientists James Spotila and Justin Congdon for assessing the nutritional and reproductive ecology of desert tortoises in Ivanpah Valley, California. Impact of environmental factors on threatened tortoise populations; Need for...
- WAITING FOR WOLVES: TO HOWL IN YELLOWSTONE. Williams, Ted // Audubon;Nov90, Vol. 92 Issue 6, p32
Discusses efforts to restore wolves at Yellowstone National Park and other suitable habitats. Designation of gray wolves as endangered species; Wolves' addition of an element to the ecosystem that would help restore the park to a more natural state; Factors contributing to the absence of wolves...
- SEASICK. // Onearth;Spring2003, Vol. 25 Issue 1, p7
Focuses on the declining population of seahorses. Origin of the genus name; Demand of animals for aquariums and medicinal purposes; Action taken by the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species.
- Estimate of the Ipswich Sparrow population on Sable Island, Nova Scotia, in 1998, using a random-transect survey design. Smith, Stephen J.; Lucas, Zoe; Stobo, Wayne T. // Canadian Journal of Zoology;May2003, Vol. 81 Issue 5, p771
The Ipswich Sparrow (Passerculus sandwichensis princeps) population on Sable Island, Nova Scotia, has been designated as "vulnerable" by the Committee on the Status of Endangered Wildlife in Canada (COSEWIC). Previous surveys of this population during the nesting season have varied in coverage...
- Caribou in decline. // Canadian Geographic;Sep/Oct2007, Vol. 127 Issue 5, p105
The article reports on the decline of caribou population in North America. Caribou are the most abundant large mammals on the continent. But with the looming heat, seven of caribou hems are either threatened and endangered according to the Committee on the Status of Endangered Wildlife in...
- Howling Success. // Scholastic News -- Edition 4;3/31/2008, Vol. 70 Issue 20, p2
The article announces the removal of northern Rocky Mountain gray wolves from the U.S. endangered species list on March 28, 2008. The Fish & Wildlife Service placed the gray wolf on the endangered species list in 1974. The gray wolf population in the region began to grow about 13 years ago. At...