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Masters ThesisSurber, Lisa L.Research on animal movement patterns and factors that influence these patterns is vital to conservation of endangered species. The California Red-legged frog (Rana draytonii) is a threatened species native to California. Their rapid decline has been l . . .
ThesisKay, David WilliamAdult Hyla cadaverina are found in the open in abundance along lower Trail Creek during spring and fall when temperatures are moderate. During winter, the animals seek shelter in crevices above the high water mark, thereby escaping flash floods. In su . . .
ThesisHill, Brian JeromeHome range, homing and orientation in a population of Uta Stansburiana were studied over a period of thirteen months. I found the home range sizes (males 36.8 m2, females 30.7 m2 and juveniles 16.4 m2} to be smaller than those reported in previous stu . . .