::: Welcome to Conservation Genome Resource Bank for Korean Wildlife :::
 
17_c.gif 문헌정보
17_c.gif 야생동물관련 자료 및 소식
17_c.gif 종정보
17_c.gif 보전유전학/보전생물학 자료
17_c.gif 야생동물의학 소식 및 자료
  - 천연기념물의 대상
sound.gif 갤러리
sound.gif 자유게시판 (옛날 게시판)
sound.gif 관련사이트
sound.gif 자료실
sound.gif 찾아오시는 길
보전유전학/보전생물학 자료

View Article
Name
  운영자 2006-05-02 13:57:56 | Hit : 21979 | Vote : 6538
Subject   [자료] Conservation and control strategies for the wolf (Canis lupus) in western Europe based on demographic models.
C R Biol. 2003 Jun;326(6):575-87. Related Articles, Links  


Conservation and control strategies for the wolf (Canis lupus) in western Europe based on demographic models.

Chapron G, Legendre S, Ferriere R, Clobert J, Haight RG.

Laboratoire d'ecologie, CNRS UMR 7625, Ecole normale superieure, 46, rue d'Ulm, 75230 Paris, France. gchapron@carnivoreconservation.org

Securing the long-term acceptance of large carnivores such as the wolf (Canis lupus) in Europe and North America raises a difficult challenge to conservation biologists: planning removals to reduce depredations on livestock while ensuring population viability. We use stochastic-stage-structured population models to investigate wolf population dynamics and to assess alternative management strategies. Among the various management strategies advocated by agencies, zoning that involves eliminating wolves outside a restricted area should be designed with caution, because probabilities of extinction are extremely sensitive to the maximum number of packs that a zone can support and to slight changes in stage specific survival probabilities. In a zoned population, viability is enhanced more by decreasing mortality rates in all classes than by increasing wolf zone size. An alternative to zoning is adaptive management, where there is no limit on pack number but population control can be operated whenever some predefined demographic conditions are met. It turns out that an adaptive management strategy that removes a moderate percentage (10%) of the population following each year of more than 5% of total population growth would provide visible actions addressing public concerns while keeping extinction probability low.

PMID: 14558477 [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE]


http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/entrez/query.fcgi?cmd=Retrieve&db=pubmed&dopt=Abstract&list_uids=14558477&query_hl=7&itool=pubmed_docsum
 Prev   [자료] Evidence of genetic distinction and long-term population decline in wolves (Canis lupus) in the Italian Apennines.
운영자
  2006/05/02 
 Next   [자료] Pitfalls of applying adaptive management to a wolf population in Algonquin Provincial Park, Ontario.
운영자
  2006/05/02 


Copyright 1999-2022 Zeroboard / skin by daerew
151-742 서울특별시 관악구 신림9동 산56-1 서울대학교 수의과대학 85동 802호
Tel 02-888-2744, Fax 02-888-2754, E-mail cgrb@cgrb.org

Copyright © 2002-2004 CGRB All Rights Reserved