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  • Baker Institute for Animal Health 

    Hughes, Heather (Baker Institute, 2020-11-23)
    Baker Institute for Animal Health, College of Veterinary Medicine
  • Baker Institute for Animal Health 

    Hughes, Heather (Baker Institute, 2019-12-01)
    Baker Institute Annual Report 2019 part of the Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine
  • New York State Wildlife Rehabilitator Logs 2012-2014 

    Hanson, Melissa; Hollingshead, Nicholas; Schuler, Krysten; Siemer, William F.; Martin, Patrick; Bunting, Elizabeth M. (2021-09-10)
    Licensed wildlife rehabilitators in New York are permitted to rehabilitate native and naturalized wildlife species originating in the state of New York. License conditions required wildlife rehabilitators to record case ...
  • StallPOPdV4 Web Interactive: Software to compute population control treatments of a subsidized predator 

    Hanley, Brenda; Currylow, Andrea; Holcomb, Kerry; Shields, Timothy; Boland, Stephen; Boarman, William; Vaughn, Mercy (2021-08-31)
    Wildlife managers must stay abreast and act quickly when deleterious situations for sensitive wildlife prey emerge because of human subsidy of predators. The StallPOPdV4Softwareleverages density independent and density ...
  • Habitat Risk Software 

    Hanley, Brenda; Mitchell, Corey I.; Walter, W. David; Kelly, James; Abbott, Rachel; Hollingshead, Nick; Miller, Lauren; Schuler, Krysten (2021-08-19)
    The Habitat Risk Software leverages a Bayesian Hierarchical model to analyze publicly available geospatial (raster) data and surveillance disease testing data to estimate the risk that specific locations within a wildlife ...
  • Processing of Geospatial Data for the Habitat Risk Software 

    Mitchell, Corey I.; Walter, W. David; Hollingshead, Nick; Schuler, Krysten (2021-08-19)
    The Processing of Geospatial Data for the Habitat Risk Software allows the user to process publicly available geospatial data into the format necessary for inclusion in the Habitat Risk Software (Hanley et al. 2021; ...
  • Ranavirus titers are decoupled in concurrently collected host tissues and environmental DNA samples 

    Kaganer, Alyssa W.; Bunting, Elizabeth M.; Hare, Matthew P. (2021-08-11)
    Data in support of research: Environmental DNA (eDNA) collection has emerged as a powerful and noninvasive wildlife population and pathogen monitoring tool. Ranavirus is an emerging pathogen linked to die-offs in amphibian ...
  • Zweig News, no. 71, June 2021 

    Unknown author (Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine, 2021-06)
    Topics in this issue of Zweig News Capsule include: Healing with horses; Cornell bids farewell to leaders in equine medicine excellence
  • Time Series Data Package: Lead in Bald Eagles in the Northeast United States 

    Hanley, Brenda; Dhondt, André; Bunting, Elizabeth; Pokras, Mark; Hynes, Kevin; Forzán, María; Dominguez-Villegas, Ernesto; Ponce Cosio, Alvaro Eduardo; Schuler, Krysten (2021-04-26)
    This data package constitutes the demographic (time series) data used to assess the population scale impacts of lead toxicosis on Bald eagles (Haliaeetus leucocephalus) in the Northeast United States from 1990-2018. Three ...
  • War and wildlife: linking armed conflict to conservation 

    Gaynor, K.M.; Fiorella, K.J.; Kurz, D.J.; Gregory, G.H.; Seto, K.L.; Withey, L.S.; Brashares, J.S. (Ecological Society of America, 2016-12-01)
    Armed conflict throughout the world's biodiversity hotspots poses a critical threat to conservation efforts. To date, research and policy have focused more on the ultimate outcomes of conflict for wildlife rather than on ...

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