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--------|-------- | populations of large ungulates (pronghorn antelope, deer, elk, and bighorn sheep) in natural environments. Since 1956, I have concentrated on the kob antelope and vegetation change induced by elephants in Uganda. [[underline]]Societies[[/underline]] | American Association for the Advancement of Science (Fellow 1963) | Ecological Society of America | British Ecological Society | Society of Sigma Xi | The Wildlife Society | American Society of Mammalogists | American Society of Mammalogists | Western Society of Naturalists | The Wilderness Society | Nature Conservancy | Fauna Preservation Society [[underline]]Selected Bibliography[[/underline]] | (Co-Principal Investigator is author of over 70 technical and professional articles) _____, 1944. The range vegetation of Kerr County, Texas, in relation to livestock and white-tailed deer. Amer. Midl. Nat., 31:697-743. _____, 1950. Live History, ecology and range use of the pronghorn in Trans-Pecos Texas. Amer. Midl. Nat., 43:357-354. (Received George Mercer Award of the Ecological Society of America). _____, Swanson, Carl V. 1953. Increased natality resulting from lower population density among elk in southeastern Washington. Trans. N. Amer. Wildlife Conf. 20:560-567. _____, The bighorn sheep in the United States, its past, present, and future. Wildlife Monographs No. 4 174 pp. (Award of the Wildlife Society for best publication in terrestrial ecology in 1960.) _____, 1961. Regulation of numbers of pronghorn antelope in relation to land use. La Terre et la Vie, 2:266-285. _____, Dawkins, H. C. 1961. Vegetation change induced by elephants and fire in Murchison Falls National Park, Uganda. Ecology, 42(4):752-766. -8-
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