The Ups and Downs of Animal Abundance: Why Do Some Species Exhibit Population Cycles?

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TitleThe Ups and Downs of Animal Abundance: Why Do Some Species Exhibit Population Cycles?
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PIDvideo:1362
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ConferenceAmerican Philosophical Society Annual Meeting (2015)
speakerHudson, Peter
CONTENT DESCRIPTION
AbstractDr. Hudson talks about various population cycles. Why do some animals have cycle fluctuations?
LanguageEnglish (eng)
Subject (local) History of Science
Subject (lcsh) Biology
Subject (lcsh) Animals
Subject (lcsh) Population data
Subject (local) APS Meeting Videos
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TypeMovingImage
GenreLecture
Formatvideorecording
Formatvideorecording
Digital Originborn digitial
ORIGIN INFORMATION
Date Issued2015-11-13
PublisherAmerican Philosophical Society
PlacePhiladelphia, PA
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PARENT COLLECTION
TitleAmerican Philosophical Society Archives. Series X.
Call NumberAPS.Archives
URLhttp://www.amphilsoc.org/mole/view?docId=ead/APS.Archives-ead.xml
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