VOL. 37 · NO. 1 | April 2007
 
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African Journal of Wildlife Research
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Research articles
37(1), 1-8, (1 April 2007)https://doi.org/10.3957/0379-4369-37.1.1
KEYWORDS: Arctocephalus gazella, Arctocephalus tropicalis, density dependence, Marion Island, median pupping date, mortality, sex ratio, Southern Ocean
37(1), 9-15, (1 April 2007)https://doi.org/10.3957/0379-4369-37.1.9
KEYWORDS: echolocation, bat detector, Anabat, Rhinolophidae, Hipposideridae, Swaziland
37(1), 17-29, (1 April 2007)https://doi.org/10.3957/0379-4369-37.1.17
KEYWORDS: Cape fur seal, Arctocephalus pusillus pusillus, Cape horse mackerel, Trachurus trachurus capensis, Namibia, fishery, diet overlap
37(1), 31-39, (1 April 2007)https://doi.org/10.3957/0379-4369-37.1.31
KEYWORDS: Cape mountain zebra, conservation management, fire, habitat suitability, large herbivore, population viability analysis
37(1), 41-52, (1 April 2007)https://doi.org/10.3957/0379-4369-37.1.41
KEYWORDS: economic impacts, multiplier analysis, income allocation, Namibia, trophy hunting
37(1), 53-60, (1 April 2007)https://doi.org/10.3957/0379-4369-37.1.53
KEYWORDS: banana bats, embryology, Neoromicia nanus, reproduction
37(1), 61-70, (1 April 2007)https://doi.org/10.3957/0379-4369-37.1.61
KEYWORDS: African clawless otter, Aonyx capensis, habitat selection, river conservation
37(1), 71-78, (1 April 2007)https://doi.org/10.3957/0379-4369-37.1.71
KEYWORDS: comparative economics, financial feasibility, profitability
37(1), 79-90, (1 April 2007)https://doi.org/10.3957/0379-4369-37.1.79
KEYWORDS: tick density, buffalo, climate variation, fire, wildlife diseases
Short communications
37(1), 91-95, (1 April 2007)https://doi.org/10.3957/0379-4369-37.1.91
KEYWORDS: estimators, population estimation, Tragelaphus scriptus
37(1), 96-100, (1 April 2007)https://doi.org/10.3957/0379-4369-37.1.96
KEYWORDS: Diceros, rhinoceros, Matusadona, spoor
37(1), 101-103, (1 April 2007)https://doi.org/10.3957/0379-4369-37.1.101
KEYWORDS: Diplotriaena spp, nematodiasis, wattled starlings, WoRMS
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