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MULTI-SCALE SPATIAL PREDICTION OF WILD BOAR DAMAGE RISK IN HUNCHUN: A KEY TIGER RANGE IN CHINA 期刊论文
AnimAls, 2021, 卷号: 11, 期号: 4
Authors:  Jin Yongchao;  Kong Weiyao;  Yan Hong;  Bao Guangdao;  Liu Ting;  Ma Qiongfang;  Li Xinhai;  Zou Hongfei;  Zhang Minghai
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IDENTIFYING HABITAT ELEMENTS FROM BIRD IMAGES USING DEEP CONVOLUTIONAL NEURAL NETWORKS 期刊论文
AnimAls, 2021, 卷号: 11, 期号: 5
Authors:  Wang Zhaojun;  Wang Jiangning;  Lin Congtian;  Han Yan;  Wang Zhaosheng;  Ji Liqiang
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CHANGES IN THE HABITAT PREFERENCE OF CRESTED IBIS (NIPPONIA NIPPON) DURING A PERIOD OF RAPID POPULATION INCREASE 期刊论文
AnimAls, 2021, 卷号: 11, 期号: 9
Authors:  Ma Liming;  Li Xinhai;  Zhai Tianqing;  Zhang Yazu;  Song Kai;  Holyoak Marcel;  Sun Yuehua
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Population Genomic Analysis of Two Endemic Schizothoracins Reveals Their Genetic Differences and Underlying Selection Associated with Altitude and Temperature 期刊论文
ANIMALS, 2020, 卷号: 10, 期号: 3
Authors:  Yang Tianyan;  Meng Wei;  Guo BC(郭宝成)
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Activity rhythms of coexisting red serow and Chinese serow at Mt. Gaoligong as identified by camera traps 期刊论文
Animals, 2019, 卷号: 2, 期号: 9, 页码: 1071
Authors:  Chen YX;  Xiao ZS(肖治术);  Zhang L;  Wang XW;  Li M;  Xiang ZF
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Activity Rhythms of Coexisting Red Serow and Chinese Serow at Mt. Gaoligong as Identified by Camera Traps 期刊论文
animals, 2019, 卷号: 9, 页码: 1071
Authors:  Yixin Chen;  Xiao ZS(肖治术);  Long Zhang;  Xinwen Wang;  Li M(李明);  Zuofu Xiang
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Independent Origins of Scorpion Toxins Affecting Potassium and Sodium Channels 期刊论文
Evolution of Venomous Animals and Their Toxins, 2018, 页码: 167-186
Authors:  Shangfei Zhang;  Bin Gao;  Shunyi Zhu
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