n.1.(Zool.) A groundling (fish).
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Tree density (Mills et al., 2000; Grundel and Pavlovic, 2007; Lesak et al., 2011), snag density (Kotliar et.
The 12 members are Alfredo Paulo Mendes (Guinea-Bissau), Joseph Betindji (Central African Republic), Rafique Mahomed (Mozambique), Christine Agimba (Kenya), Osama Mahmoud Humeida (Sudan), Philippe Nizeyimana (Belgium), Henrique Pissaia de Souza (Brazil), Charles Boamah, Chaiperson (African Development Bank Group), Moctar Coulibaly (BIDC) and Holger Grundel (UK), Frieda Nicolai, (Netherlands), and Abdenor Brahmi (France).
Asimismo se ha demostrado que es el mejor metodo en zonas aridas, debido a que es simple y eficiente para la captura de un mayor numero de individuos; por otra parte, Grundel et al.
Grundel, workforce development manager for the network, said the event aimed to present information about health professions to students who might not otherwise be exposed to them.
Grundel R, Jean RP, Frohnapple KJ, Glowacki GA, Scott PE and Pavlovic NB (2010) Floral and nesting resources, habitat structure, and fire influence bee distribution across an open-forest gradient.
Elles appuient au contraire les travaux recents qui soulignent le role de la religion, et en particulier des associations religieuses, comme ressource dans l'integration des migrants (Grundel et Maliepaard 2012 ; Levitt 2008).
My guide, US Geological Survey ecologist Ralph Grundel, led us onto a shady trail flanked by black oaks and sassafras.
While ornithological studies have been conducted in this type of habitat (e.g., Blake 2005; Brawn 2006; Grundel & Pavlovic 2007; Au et al 2008), none have focused on Texas post oak savannah, which may exhibit latitudinal differences from studies conducted in more northern states (Davidowitz & Rosenweig 1998).