This journal article gives a first hand account of what of the wildlife that lives in the Gobi desert (cold desert biome).
C- The article was published in 2004 and was modified in 2007. The information given might be a little out of dated because landscape changes overtime an the last time this page was modified was 6 years ago.
R-The intended audience are individuals who are intereseted in the wildlife in the gobi desert. The information is detailed as well as
A- The information is a Journal Article written by an expedition group leader and copyrighted by the royal Belgium Institute of Natural sciences.
A-Since thhe source is a journal article it is a first hand account of an expidition to the Gobi desert. therefore the expedition was the primary source.
Mongolia’s Wild Asses Cornered From All Sides - Decades of international and local collaboration have brought the Tahki or Asian Wild Horse back from the brink of extinction and reintroduced herds to Mongolia’s Gobi desert and grasslands.
This news article gives an in depth account of the threat to endangered species in the Gobi Desert which helps us draw inferences on human-enivironment interaction between Humans and cold desert biomes.
C- The information was published and revised on October 25th, 2013. The article isn't out of date.
R- The intended audience is for people concerned about poaching and the article gives an indept account of keeping the Mongolian Wild donkey from extinction. THe information is related to the topic by giving an account for giving the animals that live in the region and the article is intended for mature audiences.
A-The article is written by Michelle Tolson and published by IPS.
A-The author uses accounts from organizations that are trying to bring the species from the brink of extinction as her source. The source of information has been verified.
P- This article does have a little bias because it supports people in favor of not hunting the endangered horses.
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