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The functional response of a generalist predator

By Sophie Smout, Christian Asseburg, Jason Matthiopoulos, Carmen Fernandez, Stephen Redpath, Simon Thirgood and John Harwood


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Topics: harrier circus-cyaneus, single-species models, fisheries management, hen harriers, red grouse, multispecies fisheries, scientific basis, prey, ecosystem, conservation, QH301 Biology, QH301
Year: 2010
DOI identifier: 10.1371/journal.pone.0010761
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