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Stakeholder analysis in the biomass energy development based on the experts’ opinions: the example of Triglav National Park in Slovenia

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Woodland reserves within an urban agglomeration as important refuges for small mammals

small mammals in an urban area. Mammal Review, 33, 95-100. Buckmaster A., Osborne W., Webb N. 2010. The loss of native terrestrial small mammals in large urban reserves in the Australian Capital Territory. Pacific Conservation Biology, 16, 36-45. Cavia R., Rubén G., Suárez O.L. 2009. Changes in rodent communities according to the landscape structure in an urban ecosystem. Landscape and Urban Planning, 90, 11-19. Chao A. 1984. Non-parametric estimation of the number of classes in a population. Scandinavian Journal of

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Endoparasite community of Rattus norvegicus captured in a shantytown of Buenos Aires City, Argentina

://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.tree.2006.11.001 [6] Bush, O., Lafferty, A. D., Lotz, J. M., Shostak, A. W. (1997): Parasitology meets ecology on its own terms: Margolis et al. revisited. J. Parasitol., 20: 575–583. DOI: 10.2307/3284227 http://dx.doi.org/10.2307/3284227 [7] Cavia, R., Cueto, G. R., Suárez, O. V. (2009). Changes in rodent communities according to the landscape structure in an urban ecosystem. Landscape Urban Plan., 90: 11–19. DOI: 10.2307/3284227 http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.landurbplan.2008

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