"There really hasn't been any good explanation for the marine megafaunal
extinction," Melott said.
Gourds and squashes (Cucurbita spp.) adapted to megafaunal
extinction and ecological anachronism through domestication.
Pleistocene rewilding is ethically justified because human beings are to some significant degree implicated in the megafaunal
extinctions in North America and elsewhere, and thus bear a moral responsibility to vigorously redress these catastrophic losses as far as possible (Donlan et al., 2006: 666).
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It is in part enabled by the animal's megafaunal
Micro habitat utilization by the megafaunal
assemblage at a low relief outer continental shelf site--Middle Atlantic Bight, USA.
The role of bottom fishing and ecological succession in structuring the benthic megafaunal
and demersal fish assemblages on the Chilean continental margin: The influence of the oxygen minimum zone on bathymetric distribution.
collapse in the North Pacific Ocean: an ongoing legacy of industrial whaling?
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