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2004

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Special Issue on Predation (volume 19, 2004) : Frontmatter & Contents

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Review of Canid Management in Australia for the Protection of Livestock and Wildlife — Potential Application to Coyote Management, L. R. Allen and P. J. S. Fleming

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Use of Livestock Guarding Animals to Reduce Predation on Livestock, W. F. Andelt

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Economic Impact of Protected Large Carnivores on Sheep Farming in Norway, Leif Jarle Asheim and Ivar Mysterud

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Livestock Depredations by Black Vultures and Golden Eagles, Michael L. Avery and J. L. Cummings

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Managing Wolf Depredation in the United States: Past, Present, and Future, Stewart Breck and Tom Meier

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Compensation Programs in Wyoming for Livestock Depredation by Large Carnivores, M. T. Bruscino and T. L. Cleveland

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Predacides for Canid Predation Management, K. A. Fagerstone, J. J. Johnston, and P. J. Savarie

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The History of Federal and Cooperative Animal Damage Control, Donald W. Hawthorne

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Status and Management of Coyote Depredations in the Eastern United States, John M. Houben

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Indirect Effects of Carnivores on Livestock Foraging Behavior and Production, Larry D. Howery and Thomas J. DeLiberto

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Selective Targeting of Alpha Coyotes to Stop Sheep Depredation, M. M. Jaeger

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Economic Impact of Sheep Predation in the United States, Keithly Jones

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Coyote in the Edwards Plateau of Texas — an Update, Gary Nunley

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Feral Swine Impacts on Agriculture and the Environment, Nathan W. Seward, Kurt C. VerCauteren, Gary W. Witmer, and Richard M. Engeman

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Predation and Livestock Production: Perspective and Overview, Maurice Shelton

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Non-lethal Alternatives for Predation Management, John A. Shivik

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Direct, Spillover, and Intangible Benefits of Predation Management, Stephanie A. Shwiff and Mike J. Bodenchuk

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Coyote Predation Management: An Economic Analysis of Increased Antelope Recruitment and Cattle Production in South Central Wyoming, Stephanie A. Shwiff and Rod J. Merrell

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Using Genetic Analyses to Identify Predators, C. L. WIlliams and J. J. Johnston