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Road proximity and traffic flow perceived as potential predation risks: evidence from the Tibetan antelope in the Kekexili National Nature Reserve, China

TitleRoad proximity and traffic flow perceived as potential predation risks: evidence from the Tibetan antelope in the Kekexili National Nature Reserve, China
Publication TypeJournal Article
Year of Publication2011
AuthorsLian XM, Zhang TZ, Cao YC, Su JP, Thirgood SJ
JournalWildlife Research
Volume38
Pagination141-146

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