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GENDER WAGE AND EQUALITY AND INVESTMENTS IN CARE: MODELING EQUITY AND PRODUCTION

Elissa Braunstein & Daniele Taviani

Evaluation of the Impacts of Radio-Marking Devices on Feral Horses and Burros in a Captive Setting

Kathryn A. Schoenecker, Sarah R. B. King & Gail H. Collins
Radio-collars and other radio-marking devices have been invaluable tools for wildlife managers for >40 years. These marking devices have improved our understanding of wildlife spatial ecology and demographic parameters and provided new data facilitating model development for species conservation and management. Although these tools have been used on virtually all North American ungulates, their deployment on feral horses (Equus ferus caballus) or burros (E. asinus) has been limited. To determine if radio-collars and radio-tags could...

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