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- Schumaker, Brant A., et al. Show all 8 Authors
- Biological conservation 2009 v.142 no.11 pp. 2559-2568
- simulation models; endangered species; grazing; respiratory tract diseases; wildlife diseases; disease transmission; sheep diseases; risk assessment; wildlife-livestock relations; disease outbreaks; wildlife habitats; Ovis canadensis; Pasteurella; bacterial infections; prediction; California; Sierra Nevada (California)
- ... Despite evidence that domestic sheep diseases threaten the persistence of bighorn sheep populations, the economic consequences of restricting domestic sheep grazing has polarized the debate, with some arguing that disease risk posed by domestic sheep has been exaggerated and grazing restrictions should be eased. We constructed a model to assess how different management strategies (grazing allotmen ...