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Tri-trophic interactions of wolves, deer, and plant communities in the Northern Wisconsin and Michigan

Tri-trophic interactions of wolves, deer, and plant communities in the Northern Wisconsin and Michigan

Ecological Society of America Annual Meeting Abstracts 88: 11

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