Innovations that changed Mammalogy: metrification
Genoways, Hugh H.
Timm, Robert M.
McLaren, Suzanne B.
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Genoways, H. H., R. M. Timm, and S. B. McLaren. 2021. Innovations that changed Mammalogy: metrification. Journal of Mammalogy 102(3):675–680.
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