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Harrington, F. H., & Mech, L. D. (1982). An analysis of howling response parameters useful for wolf pack censusing. J Wildl Manag, 46.
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Mladenoff, D. J., Sickley, T. A., & Wydeven, A. P. (1999). Predicting gray wolf landscape recolonization: logistic regression models vs. new field data. Ecol Appl, 9.
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Marescot, L., Pradel, R., Duchamp, C., Cubaynes, S., Mrboutin, E., & Choquet, R. (2011). Capture – recapture population growth rate as a robust tool against detection heterogeneity for population management. Ecol Appl, 21.
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