Valuing Wildlife Populations in Urban Environments
Michelfelder, Diane P.
Journal of Social Philosophy 2003 Spring; 34(1): 79-90
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Wildlife forensics: "supervised" assignment testing can complicate the association of suspect cases to source populations. Ball, M. C.; Finnegan, L. A.; Nette, T.; Broders, H. G.; Wilson, P. J. (2011-01)Forensic science techniques are an important component of investigations for wildlife-related offences. In particular, DNA analyses can be used to characterize several attributes of biological evidence including sex, ...
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