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Appendix A: Description of study area, methods for assessing the abundance of dik-dik and wild dogs, hypotheses tested, and statistical methods used.
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Appendix B: Supplementary results showing the distribution of wild dogs before and after denning, rainfall since 1998, change in stem density for 4 groups of tree species in experiments established before and after wild dog recovery, model selection results for factors affecting dik-dik abundance, and the abundance of dominant ungulate species before and after wild dog recovery.
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