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https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s10531-018-1535-9

"Nowadays, raccoon management in the invaded range is not usually efective because of insufficient knowledge of population ecology outside the native range. Therefore, managing raccoon populations requires sitespecific information on demographic parameters (survival, recruitment, population growth rate, age structure, sex ratio) and processes (movements, dispersal), population genetics, diet and habitat selection for building models to predict the potential invasion, to quantify the impacts on biodiversity, to estimate the economic cost, to evaluate the epidemiologic risk, and thus to facilitate decision making"

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