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trapping

Neurosurgery A therapy for Pts with intracranial aneurysms who are poor candidates for clipping–ie, where the aneurysmal neck is ill-defined; trapping of the aneurysm may fail if collateral circulation is present

trapping

an essential technique for sampling wildlife populations in surveys of their diseases or in order to establish the size and variety of the population, especially if carried out systematically with the traps set out in a grid formation. See also capture-recapture method.
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Control traps (4 day and 8-12 day) were exposed to 4 or 8-12 previous nights of trapping, respectively, but had not captured an individual during the first or subsequent trapping periods.
Obviously, from the perspective of hourly income, trapping is no way to make a living.
Three aspects of the trap were evaluated: catch size from climbing-sticks with bottle-traps compared with climbing-sticks with a polybutene-based insect trapping adhesive (Oecotak A5[TM], Oecos Ltd, Kimpton, Hertfordshire, England) applied to the uppermost 15 cm of the stick; catch size from climbing-sticks and bottle-traps with and without nets; retention of spiders left in bottle-traps during the day and overnight.
5-m spacing for an cffective trapping area of about 7,650 [m.
Let's start out by briefly trying to put trapping into context.
Both trapping and non-trapping data was collected in a number of configurations that will be described below.
Animal advocate Maral Tejirian supports the decision to educate the public but said coyote trapping will not solve the problem.
Trapping also threatens other animals that refuges are intended to protect, including waterfowl, raptors and threatened and endangered species.
In small mammal trapping efforts, researchers often rely on three trap types: Sherman box traps, pitfall traps, and snap traps.
HOW IT TRAPS: If a critter such as this gecko brushes against at least two hairs on a lobe, the lobes fold over, trapping the prey between their toothy prongs.
4%) had either severed (nine) or injured (three) tails caused by trapping efforts from the previous evening.
The emotional content of trapping and being trapped, it seems, is endlessly variable, and it has as little to do with unity of function as do the various shapes and materials through which that function can be achieved.