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Estimation of red deer population density based on pellet counts



Estimation of red deer population density based on pellet counts



Turkish Journal of Zoology 21(4): 399-408



Batcheler's nearest-neighbour distance technique was used to estimate population density for red deer (Cervus elaphus) on a 90-kmsuperscript 2 area of Catack forest, Turkey, in 1991.

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