The act or fact of surviving or condition of having survived. (Source: CED)

The listing below shows all records tagged with this term.

The records can be filtered using the search boxes. Or leave this page and do a full search of all records.

Displaying results 1 - 24 of 24 record(s) tagged with this keywordClick/tap on any title to see full details of the record
Monadjem A, Wolter K, Neser W, Kane A 2014. Effect of rehabilitation on survival rates of endangered Cape vultures. Animal Conservation 17 52-60
Marker LL, Kraus D, Barnett D, Hurlbut S 2003. Cheetah survival on Namibian farmlands.
Downloadable files:
Attachment Size
Cheetah survival on Namibian farmlands.pdf 5.21 MB
Longcore JR, McAuley DG, Sepik GF, Pendleton GW 1996. Survival of breeding male American Woodcock in Maine. Canadian Journal of Zoology 74 (11) 2046 - 2054
Fielden LJ, Rechav Y 1996. Survival of six species of African ticks in relation to saturation deficits. Experimental and Applied Acarology 20 (11) 625 - 637
Collingham YC, Huntley B, Altwegg R, Barnard P, Beveridge OS, Gregopry RD, Mason LR, Oschadleus HD, Simmons RE, Willis SG, Green RE 2014. Prediction of mean adult survival rates of southern African birds from demographic and ecological covariates. Ibis
van Velden JL, Altwegg R, Shaw K, Ryan PG 2016. Movement patterns and survival estimates of Blue Cranes in the Western Cape. Ostrich DOI: 10.2989/00306525.2016.1224782
Longcore JR, McAuley DG, Frazer C 1991. Survival of postfledging female American Black Ducks. Journal of Wildlife Management 55 (4) 573 - 580
Korsor M, Ntahonshikira C, Bello HM, Kwaambwa HM 2017. Comparative study of M. oleifera and M. ovalifolia survival rates in Central Namibia. Journal of Plant Science: Current Research 1
Thorley J, Bensch HM, Finn K, Clutton-Brock T, Zöttl M 2023. Damaraland mole-rats do not rely on helpers for reproduction or survival. Evolution Letters 7 (4) 203-215
Namibia Animal Rehabilitation Research and Education Centre (NARREC) 2009. Namibian Large Birds of Prey - Identification, Conservation Staus, Future Survival.
Kemper J, Roux J-P, Bartlett PA, Chesselet YJ, Delport J-A, James JAC, Jones R, Underhill LG, Uhongora N-N, Wepener S 2007. Chapter 8: The African Penguin Spheniscus demersus: population estimates, trends, adult survival and age structure from molt and nest counts. Final Report of the BCLME (Benguela Current Large Marine Ecosystem) Project on Top Predators as Biological Indicators of Ecosystem Change in the BCLME. Avian Demography Unit, Cape Town 69-76
Downloadable files:
Attachment Size
Kemper_2007_The African Penguin Spheniscus demersus.pdf 924.96 KB
Simmons RE 1997. Why don't all siblicidal eagles lay insurance eggs? The egg quality hypothesis. Behavioral Ecology 8 (5) 544-550
Downloadable files:
Attachment Size
Why dont all siblicidal eagles lay insurance eggs_1997.pdf 695.86 KB
Simmons R, Jenkins A, Rodrigues L, Woodcock L 2017. City's limits: Can Verreaux's Eagle survive urbanization?. 42-46
Downloadable files:
Attachment Size
Can Verreauxs Eagle survive urbanization.pdf 390.5 KB