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By Martha J. Groom, Miguel A. Pascual (auth.), Peggy L. Fiedler, Peter M. Kareiva (eds.)

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Consideration of stochastic demography in the design and management of biological reserves. Natural Resources Modeling 1:205-234. Goodman, D. 1987b. The demography of chance extinction. In Viable populations for conservation, ed. E. Soule, 59-68. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. E. M. Hirons. 1991. The relevance of population studies to the conservation of threatened birds. In Bird Population Studies: Relevance to conservation and management, eds. M. -D. M. Hirons, 594-633. New York: Oxford University Press.

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Possingham. 1995. Area requirements for viable populations of the Australian gliding marsupial Petaurus australis. J. Groom, and P. Kareiva. 1993. The effects of model structure and annual variability on popUlation viability analyses of the Northern Spotted Owl (Strix occidentalis caurina). Technical Report to the California Forestry Association, Sacramento, CA. Goodman, D. 1987a. Consideration of stochastic demography in the design and management of biological reserves. Natural Resources Modeling 1:205-234.

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