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      Detection distance and environmental factors in conservation detection dog surveys

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      The Journal of Wildlife Management

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                Journal
                The Journal of Wildlife Management
                The Journal of Wildlife Management
                Wiley-Blackwell
                0022541X
                January 2011
                January 31 2011
                : 75
                : 1
                : 243-251
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                10.1002/jwmg.8
                © 2011
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