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How does the actual size of the Yellowstone grizzly population compare with
Sraffers estiniates of a minimum viable population size? Severa sources of irforr"
ation indicate that the grizzly popuation of Yelowstone is growirg. ne of the best ...
about 25% of the total population size, which for tire Yellowstone population of
about 400 would be only about 100 bears. Because srnall popu ations tend to
lose genetic variation over tiwe, a number of research teams have anayzed
boundaries for grizzly bears in Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks. The
biotic boundaries are defined by the ent're watershed for this region and the area
recessary to support a rninimum viable population (MVP) of grizzly bears.
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