- California carnivores. // Earthwatch: The Journal of Earthwatch Institute;Mar/Apr94, Vol. 13 Issue 2, p84
Describes the Earthwatch project of Dr. Judd Howell (US National Park Service) and Seth Riley (University of California, Davis), into a census of mountain lions, bobcats and other animals species living in the forests and grasslands of Golden Gate National Recreation Area, California, and a...
- California carnivores. // Earthwatch: The Journal of Earthwatch Institute;May/Jun94, Vol. 13 Issue 3, p92
Describes the Earthwatch project of Dr. Judd Howell (US National Park Service) and Seth Riley (University of California, Davis), into where in Golden Gate National Recreation Area, California, live bobcats and gray foxes live, and which animals are associated with which plant communities. Field...
- Wild Cats IN CAROLINA. Yeoman, Barry // Discover;Mar2001, Vol. 22 Issue 3, p64
Focuses on the conservation efforts of the Carnivore Preservation Trust in North Carolina. Policy of raising the young animals by human hand; Background of the organization; Names of animals bred by the association; Debate over the reintroduction of generic animals back into the wild.
- Partial skeleton of the primitive carnivoran Miacis petilus from the early Eocene of Wyoming. Heinrich, Ronald E.; Rose, Kenneth D. // Journal of Mammalogy;Feb95, Vol. 76 Issue 1, p148
Describes a partial skeleton of Miacis petilus, a primitive carnivoran from the early Eocene. Anatomical comparisons to modern carnivorans; Suggestion that M. petilus was as well adapted for exploiting arboreal habits as almost any extant member of the order; Indication that this species was...
- BOOKS RECEIVED. // Journal of Mammalogy;Aug2007, Vol. 88 Issue 4, p1114
A list of book related to mammalogy is presented including "Restoring Colorado River Ecosystems: A Troubled Sense of Immensity," by R. Adler, "Predator-Prey Dynamics: The Role of Olfaction," by M. Conover, and "Exotic Animal Field Guide: Non-Native Hoofed Mammals of the United States," by E. C....
- BOOKS RECEIVED. // Journal of Mammalogy;Dec2007, Vol. 88 Issue 6, p1569
A list of the books received by the "Journal of Mammalogy" is presented including "Mammalogy; Adaptation, Diversity, Ecology," "Chasing Kangaroos: A Continent, a Scientist, and a Search for the World's Most Extraordinary Creature" and "The Urban Whale: North Atlantic Right Whales at the Crossroads."
- BOOKS RECEIVED. // Journal of Mammalogy;Dec2009, Vol. 90 Issue 6, p1499
A list of books for review submitted to the 2009 issue of "Journal of Mammalogy" is presented which includes "Capybaras: A Natural History of the World's Largest Rodent," by R. D. Lord, "The Jaguar's Shadow: Searching for a Mythic Cat," by R. Mahler, and "Mammals of India," by V. Menon.
- BOOKS RECEIVED. // Journal of Mammalogy;Jun2011, Vol. 92 Issue 3, p692
A bibliography on the subject of mammalogy is presented including "The Amboseli Elephants: A Long-Term Perspective on a Long-Lived Mammal," by C. J. Moss et al.
- Gradients of species density and turnover in marsupials: A hemispheric perspective. Willig, Michael R.; Gannon, Michael R. // Journal of Mammalogy;Aug97, Vol. 78 Issue 3, p756
Presents the results of a study which used distributional data from North and South America, to ascertain the degree to which latitude and biome richness account for patterns of species density in marsupials. Differences betwen North American and South American marsupials.