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Ecology Letters, ISSN 1461-023X, 09/2019, Volume 22, Issue 9, pp. 1340 - 1348
Many apex scavenger species, including nearly all obligate scavengers, are in a state of rapid decline and there is growing evidence these declines can... 
top‐down release | conservation | trophic level | predator | cascade | food webs | scavenger | human–wildlife conflict | dynamic model | vulture | BIODIVERSITY | MESOPREDATOR RELEASE | ACQUISITION | EXTINCTIONS | PREDATORS | CARNIVORES | human-wildlife conflict | top-down release | CONSEQUENCES | ECOLOGY | CARRION | VULTURES | Scavengers | Hypotheses | Food chains | Trophic levels | Ecosystems | Carrion | Ecology | Food webs
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Hystrix, ISSN 0394-1914, 2017, Volume 28, Issue 1
Top-down suppression by apex predators can limit the abundance and spatial distribution of mesopredators. However, this phenomenon has not been studied over... 
Apex predator | Mesopredator release | Trophic cascades | Human-dominated landscapes | Canis aureus | Canis lupus | Interference competition | interference competition | POPULATION | DIET COMPOSITION | PREDATOR CONTROL | MOUNTAIN-NATIONAL-PARK | apex predator | RED FOXES | ZOOLOGY | HABITAT USE | CANIS-AUREUS L | trophic cascades | COYOTES | mesopredator release | human-dominated landscapes
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Journal of Mammalogy, ISSN 0022-2372, 2006, Volume 87, Issue 4, pp. 808 - 816
Abstract We used fecal analyses to document the diet of ocelots (Leopardus pardalis) and puma (Puma concolor) at 2 sites in central Panama. We detected puma on... 
predation | Carnivora | competitive release | diet | felid | Barro Colorado Island | Wildlife ecology | Carnivores | Conservation biology | Sloths | Predators | Diet | Ecological competition | Forest ecology | Jaguars | Mammals | Felid | Predation | Competitive release | MESOPREDATOR RELEASE | FOOD-HABITS | SEED DISPERSAL | EXTINCTIONS | CHARACTER DISPLACEMENT | IRISH MUSTELIDS | CARNIVORES | BODY SIZE | FOREST | ZOOLOGY | DIVERSITY | Competition | Studies | Wildcats
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Ecological Management & Restoration, ISSN 1442-7001, 09/2014, Volume 15, Issue 3, pp. 191 - 195
Summary Top‐predators can sometimes be important for structuring fauna assemblages in terrestrial ecosystems. Through a complex trophic cascade, the lethal... 
top‐predator | trophic cascade | lethal control | mesopredator release | poison baiting | Top-predator | Poison baiting | Lethal control | Mesopredator release | Trophic cascade | WILD DOGMA | WESTERN-AUSTRALIA | MANAGEMENT | DESERT | top-predator | FERAL CATS | IMPACT | DINGOES | ECOLOGY | REGULATORS | BIODIVERSITY CONSERVATION | ET-AL. 2012 | Terrestrial ecosystems | Predation | Wildlife management | Animal behavior
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International Journal for Parasitology: Parasites and Wildlife, ISSN 2213-2244, 12/2013, Volume 2, Issue 1, pp. 110 - 118
► seroprevalences in the marsupial species examined were significantly higher where cat density was higher. ► seroprevalence was significantly higher in road... 
Toxoplasma | T. gondii | Tasmanian devil | Disease ecology | Mesopredator release | Australia | Felis catus | Feral cat
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HYSTRIX-ITALIAN JOURNAL OF MAMMALOGY, ISSN 0394-1914, 2017, Volume 28, Issue 1, pp. 9 - 15
Top-down suppression by apex predators can limit the abundance and spatial distribution of mesopredators. However, this phenomenon has not been studied over... 
interference competition | POPULATION | DIET COMPOSITION | PREDATOR CONTROL | WOLVES | MOUNTAIN-NATIONAL-PARK | Canis aureus | apex predator | RED FOXES | ZOOLOGY | HABITAT USE | CANIS-AUREUS L | trophic cascades | COYOTES | mesopredator release | Canis lupus | human-dominated landscapes
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Behavioral Ecology, ISSN 1045-2249, 01/2007, Volume 18, Issue 1, pp. 204 - 214
Some predator species appear to conform to the mesopredator release hypothesis (MRH), in which larger predators help limit populations of smaller predators.... 
Habitat use | Procyon lotor | Mesopredator release | Raccoon | Coyote | Canis latrans | Predation risk | Survival | SOUTH TEXAS | TOP CARNIVORES | predation risk | NATIONAL-PARK | CAUSE-SPECIFIC MORTALITY | survival | NEST PREDATION | TROPHIC INTERACTIONS | SWIFT FOXES | raccoon | RED FOXES | ZOOLOGY | INTRAGUILD PREDATION | coyote | habitat use | BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES | ECOLOGY | KIT FOXES | mesopredator release
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Biological Conservation, ISSN 0006-3207, 10/2015, Volume 190, pp. 23 - 33
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Ecological Research, ISSN 0912-3814, 5/2012, Volume 27, Issue 3, pp. 603 - 614
The traditional way to deal with hunting interests is often focused on predator control. This approach requires a detailed understanding of predator responses... 
Life Sciences | Competitor release effect | Meles meles | Behavioural Sciences | Zoology | Forestry | Ecology | Martes foina | Evolutionary Biology | Predator control | Plant Sciences | Vulpes vulpes | MESOPREDATOR RELEASE | LANDSCAPE | POPULATION-DENSITY | PATTERNS | RED FOX | ABUNDANCE | CONSERVATION | ECOLOGY | GAME MANAGEMENT | EXAMPLE | Analysis | Universities and colleges | Carnivores | Community ecology | Animal populations | Hunting | Predation
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