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  1. Data from: Wolf Population Survey

    • catalog.data.gov
    • data.wu.ac.at
    • +1more
    Updated Feb 22, 2019
  2. Arctic wildlife sketches: Wolves of the Northwest Territories

    • catalog.data.gov
    • data.wu.ac.at
    • +1more
    Updated Feb 22, 2019
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    Data from: Heavily hunted wolves have higher stress and reproductive...

    • datadryad.org
    Published Nov 18, 2014
  4. LIVING WITH WOLVES LTD, fiscal year ending Dec. 2016

    • projects.propublica.org
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    Replication Data for: Wolves and tree logs: Landscape-scale and fine-scale...

    • dataverse.nl
    Updated May 11, 2018
  6. Prey utilization by wolves and a preliminary assessment of wolf and prey...

    • data.doi.gov
    Updated Jun 8, 2018
  7. Data from: Observations afield on Alaskan wolves

    • data.doi.gov
    Updated Jun 9, 2018
  8. Kill rate of wolves on moose in a low density prey population: results from...

    • data.doi.gov
    • data.wu.ac.at
    Updated Jun 9, 2018
  9. Data from: Effects of Wolves on Elk and Cattle Behaviors: Implications for...

    • plos.figshare.com
    Updated Dec 2, 2015
  10. d

    Data from: Spatial genetic and morphologic structure of wolves and coyotes...

    • datadryad.org
    Published Aug 29, 2012
  11. f

    Environmental Data for 94 wolves in 6 populations

    • dryad.figshare.com
    Updated Oct 27, 2016
  12. The relationship of wolf and brown bear predation with moose population...

    • data.doi.gov
    Updated Jul 12, 2018
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    Data from: Faster and farther: wolf movement on linear features and...

    • datadryad.org
    Published Jul 16, 2016
  14. Nowitna NWR wolf survey, 1988

    • data.doi.gov
    • data.wu.ac.at
    • +1more
    Updated Jun 9, 2018
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    Wolves of the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge: Their seas...

    • data.world
    Updated Feb 24, 2019
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    Data from: Real-time assessment of hybridization between wolves and dogs:...

    • datadryad.org
    Published Aug 7, 2014
  17. Testing the correlation between abundance trends of wolves and (i) their...

    • plos.figshare.com
    Updated Sep 28, 2016
  18. f

    Simulated genotypes for wolves and dogs

    • figshare.com
    Updated Oct 27, 2016
  19. Data from: The Effect of Domestication on Inhibitory Control: Wolves and...

    • plos.figshare.com
    Updated Dec 3, 2015
  20. d

    Kill rate of wolves on moose in a low density prey popula...

    • data.world
    Updated May 27, 2018
  21. d

    Data from: Prey selection of Scandinavian wolves: single large or several...

    • datadryad.org
    Published Jan 5, 2017
  22. d

    Data from: Territory surveillance and prey management: wolves keep track of...

    • datadryad.org
    Published Sep 12, 2017
  23. Wolves of the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge: Their seasonal movements and...

    • data.wu.ac.at
    Updated Jan 1, 1986
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    BLM REA YKL 2011 Near-Term Future (2025) Landscape Condition Status in...

    • navigator.blm.gov
  25. b

    BLM REA YKL 2011 Community Subsistence Use & Harvest Areas for Wolves

    • navigator.blm.gov
  26. Cafazzo_et_al_Data_used_for_analyses_ESM from The effect of domestication on...

    • figshare.com
    Updated Jul 5, 2018
  27. d

    Data from: No place like home? A test of the natal habitat-biased dispersal...

    • datadryad.org
    • www.narcis.nl
    Published Nov 9, 2018
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    Wolf - Pukaskwa

    • open.canada.ca
    • data.wu.ac.at
    Updated Apr 12, 2018
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    Data from: Pervasive effects of aging on gene expression in wild wolves

    • www.omicsdi.org
  30. d

    Data from: Predator-dependent functional response in wolves: from food...

    • datadryad.org
    Published Aug 12, 2014
  31. b

    BLM REA YKL 2011 Current prey density of gray wolf in the Yukon River...

    • navigator.blm.gov
  32. d

    Data from: Caribou avoiding wolves face increased predation by bears –...

    • datadryad.org
    Published Apr 13, 2016
  33. d

    Data from: Genetic evidence for multiple events of hybridization between...

    • datadryad.org
    Published Sep 14, 2011
  34. d

    Data from: Natural regeneration on seismic lines influences movement...

    • datadryad.org
    Published Apr 20, 2018
  35. d

    Data from: Multiscale factors affecting human attitudes toward snow leopards...

    • datadryad.org
    Published Jul 6, 2015
  36. d

    Data from: A continental scale trophic cascade from wolves through coyotes...

    • www.datadryad.org
    Published Jun 17, 2014
  37. i

    Wolf Management Zones

    • data.gis.idaho.gov
    Published Feb 15, 2019
  38. d

    Data from: Wolves adapt territory size, not pack size to local habitat...

    • datadryad.org
    Published Mar 16, 2015
  39. d

    Data from: Natural re-colonization and admixture of wolves (Canis lupus) in...

    • datadryad.org
    Published May 3, 2018
  40. f

    Latitude and Longitude Coordinates for 117 Wolves

    • dryad.figshare.com
    Updated Dec 8, 2016
  41. m

    Data for: Piloting a new prosociality paradigm in dogs and wolves: the...

    • data.mendeley.com
    Updated Feb 7, 2019
  42. d

    Data from: Genome-wide analysis of SNPs is consistent with no domestic dog...

    • datadryad.org
    Published Feb 12, 2018
  43. d

    Data from: Patchy distribution and low effective population size raise...

    • datadryad.org
    Published Oct 28, 2016
  44. d

    Data from: Recolonizing grey wolves increase parasite infection risk in...

    • datadryad.org
    Published Jan 24, 2018
  45. d

    Data from: Genome sequencing highlights the dynamic early history of dogs

    • datadryad.org
    Published Jan 27, 2016
  46. Data from: Conflict Misleads Large Carnivore Management and Conservation:...

    • plos.figshare.com
    Updated Sep 29, 2016
  47. d

    Data from: Genetic differentiation of eastern wolves in Algonquin Park...

    • datadryad.org
    Published Jun 25, 2014
  48. d

    Data from: Population responses of common ravens to reintroduced gray wolves

    • datadryad.org
    Published Nov 5, 2018
  49. d

    Data from: North-south differentiation and a region of high diversity in...

    • datadryad.org
    Published Oct 14, 2013
  50. MI Wolf Survey 2013

    • figshare.com
    Updated Jan 19, 2016
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    Data from: Assessment of coyote-wolf-dog admixture using...

    • datadryad.org
    Published Nov 11, 2013
  52. Data from: Social Modulation of Contagious Yawning in Wolves

    • plos.figshare.com
    Updated Dec 2, 2015
  53. d

    Data from: MHC variability in an isolated wolf population in Italy

    • datadryad.org
    Published Jun 17, 2013
  54. d

    Data from: Single nucleotide polymorphism (SNP) variation of wolves (Canis...

    • datadryad.org
    Published Oct 29, 2014
  55. d

    Data from: Influence of group size on the success of wolves hunting bison

    • datadryad.org
    Published Nov 19, 2014
  56. d

    Data from: Differences in greeting behaviour towards humans with varying...

    • datadryad.org
    Published May 22, 2017
  57. d

    Data from: Competition between sympatric wolf taxa: an example involving...

    • datadryad.org
    • www.narcis.nl
    Published Apr 20, 2018
  58. Data from: Selection for Heterozygosity Gives Hope to a Wild Population of...

    • figshare.com
    Updated Dec 2, 2015
  59. d

    Data from: Substantial red wolf genetic ancestry persists in wild canids of...

    • datadryad.org
    Published Dec 4, 2018
  60. Data from: Risk map for wolf threats to livestock still predictive 5 years...

    • figshare.com
    Updated Jun 30, 2017
  61. d

    Data from: Competition between apex predators? Brown bears decrease wolf...

    • datadryad.org
    Published Jan 18, 2017
  62. d

    1987 wolf survey, Nowitna National Wildlife Refuge

    • data.world
    • data.doi.gov
    Updated Sep 25, 2018
  63. SNP Database for Asian wolves

    • dryad.figshare.com
    Updated Oct 31, 2016
  64. The Ilnik Canis lupus pack: use of marine mammals and offshore sea ice

    • data.doi.gov
    Updated Jun 9, 2018
  65. MICHIGAN WOLVES-HAWKS SOCCER CLUB, fiscal year ending June 2016

    • projects.propublica.org
  66. Ecological characteristics of the investigated wolf populations at the time...

    • plos.figshare.com
    Updated Dec 3, 2015
  67. Generalised linear mixed models (binomial logit) describing the Scandinavian...

    • plos.figshare.com
    Updated Dec 29, 2016
  68. Data from: Going Coastal: Shared Evolutionary History between Coastal...

    • figshare.com
    Updated Dec 2, 2015
  69. Variable inputs used to estimate available biomass (kg/month) from moose...

    • plos.figshare.com
    Updated Dec 2, 2015
  70. Proportion of wolves harvested throughout Minnesota wolf range...

    • plos.figshare.com
    Updated Jun 6, 2016
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    Data from: Habitat segregation between brown bears and gray wolves in a...

    • www.narcis.nl
    • datadryad.org
    Published Nov 12, 2018
  72. Allele frequencies of three candidate MITF polymorphisms in wolves from...

    • plos.figshare.com
    Updated Dec 2, 2015
  73. Data from: Experimentally Derived δ13C and δ15N Discrimination Factors for...

    • plos.figshare.com
    Updated Dec 3, 2015
  74. Effects of dietary differentiation and geographic distance on genetic...

    • figshare.com
    Updated Dec 2, 2015
  75. f

    Appendix A. Wolves in the study area that took extraterritorial forays lived...

    • wiley.figshare.com
    Updated Sep 30, 2016
  76. G

    Moose and Wolf Abundance - La Mauricie

    • open.canada.ca
    • data.wu.ac.at
    Updated Jun 13, 2018
  77. n

    Data from: Moose movement rates are altered by wolf presence in two...

    • www.narcis.nl
    • datadryad.org
    Published Aug 21, 2018
  78. (A) Comparison of models of the relationship between total annual mortality...

    • plos.figshare.com
    Updated Dec 2, 2015
  79. Traumatic lesions in dogs and wolves by number and percentage of individuals...

    • plos.figshare.com
    Updated Dec 2, 2015
  80. Antemortem tooth loss in dogs and wolves by number and percentage of...

    • plos.figshare.com
    Updated Dec 2, 2015
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    Operational taxonomic units for epilithon bacteria in the rivers Wolf and...

    • data.gov.uk
    • www.europeandataportal.eu
    • +2more
    Updated Feb 21, 2019
  82. Antemortem tooth fracture in dogs and wolves by number and percentage of...

    • plos.figshare.com
    Updated Dec 2, 2015
  83. Individual performance of the 9 wolves in the gaze following into distant...

    • plos.figshare.com
    Updated Oct 28, 2016
  84. Antemortem tooth fracture in dogs and wolves by number and percentage of...

    • plos.figshare.com
    Updated Dec 2, 2015
  85. Antemortem tooth loss in dogs and wolves by number and percentage of...

    • plos.figshare.com
    Updated Dec 2, 2015
  86. Individual performance of the 9 wolves in the gaze following around barrier...

    • plos.figshare.com
    Updated Oct 28, 2016
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    Wolf Abundance - Riding Mountain

    • open.canada.ca
    • data.wu.ac.at
    Updated Apr 18, 2018
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    Data from: Does wolf presence reduce moose browsing intensity in young...

    • www.narcis.nl
    • datadryad.org
    Published 2018
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    Operational taxonomic units for epilithon eukaryotes in the rivers Wolf and...

    • data.gov.uk
    • www.europeandataportal.eu
    • +2more
    Updated Feb 21, 2019
  90. WOLF TRAP FOUNDATION FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS, fiscal year ending Dec. 2016

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  91. Wolf management plan

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    • data.wu.ac.at
    • +1more
    Updated Feb 22, 2019
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    Location and identification of soil sample sites from the Wolf and Tamar...

    • data.gov.uk
    • www.europeandataportal.eu
    • +2more
    Updated Aug 27, 2015
  93. GRAY WOLF HOLDINGS INC, fiscal year ending Dec. 2016

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    Wolf Specialist Responsibility Areas

    • gis-mtfwp.opendata.arcgis.com
    Published 1498757450000
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    Wolf Hunt Areas

    • pathfinder1.geospatialhub.org
    • newgeohub-uwyo.opendata.arcgis.com
    Published 1494276982000
  96. Sample ID and locations for 59 European wolves

    • search.datacite.org
    Published 2015
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    Location and identification of water sample sites from the Wolf and Tamar...

    • data.gov.uk
    • www.europeandataportal.eu
    • +2more
    Updated Aug 27, 2015
  98. b

    BLM REA YKL 2011 Subsistence Harvest Areas of Wolf in Aniak, Alaska.

    • navigator.blm.gov
  99. CAGDB - NATGAM - Wolf/Capoose Lake

    • open.canada.ca
    • data.wu.ac.at
    Updated Jan 26, 2017
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    Wolf Portions (2018 and 2019 Seasons)

    • gis-mtfwp.opendata.arcgis.com
    Published 1469028855000
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Data from: Real-time assessment of hybridization between wolves and dogs: combining non-invasive samples with ancestry informative markers

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  • Dataset published Aug 7, 2014
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Authors
Raquel Godinho; José Vicente López-Bao; Diana Castro; Luís Llaneza; Susana Lopes; Pedro Silva; Nuno Ferrand
Description

Wolves and dogs provide a paradigmatic example of the ecological and conservation implications of hybridization events between wild and domesticated forms. However, our understanding of such implications has been traditionally hampered by both high genetic similarity and the difficulties in obtaining tissue samples (TS), which limit our ability to assess ongoing hybridization events. To assess the occurrence and extension of hybridization in a pack of wolf-dog hybrids in Northwestern Iberia, we compared the power of 52 nuclear markers implemented on TS with a subset of 13 ancestry informative markers (AIMs) typed in non-invasive samples (NIS). We demonstrate that the 13 AIMs are as accurate as the 52 markers that were chosen without regard to the power to differentiate between wolves and dogs, also having the advantage of being rapidly screened on NIS. The efficiency of AIMs significantly outperformed ten random sets of similar size and an additional commercial set of 18 markers. Bayesian clustering analysis implemented on AIMs and NIS identified nine hybrids, two wolves and two dogs. Four hybrids were unambiguously assigned to F1xWolf backcrosses. Our approach (AIMs + NIS) overcomes previous difficulties related to sample availability and informative power of markers, allowing a quick identification of wolf-dog hybrids in the first phases of hybridization episodes. This provides managers with a reliable tool to evaluate hybridization, and estimate the success of their actions. This approach may be easily adapted for other pairs of wild/domesticated species, thus improving our understanding of the introgression of domestication genes into natural populations.

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