Constraints on vertebrate range size predict extinction risk
Global Ecology & Biogeography, September 2019
Thomas M. Newsome, Christopher Wolf, Dale G. Nimmo, R. Keller Kopf, Euan G. Ritchie, Felisa A. Smith, William J. Ripple
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|Agricultural and Biological Sciences||27||44%|
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