PROJECT ABSTRACT: Open access to (WHB) Wild Horse and Burro references: peer reviewed research articles, government documents, advocate documents, books, and news articles. All cited, linked, and archived into ‘lifetime access’ with as many FREE access points as available.
Many of these archives are no longer found today as dead links, and permanent deletions from public access are noted with strikethrough.
Saved in: original link, and its archived link. These are main website pages where you can usually access the original PDF’s. If you want to skip a step and go directly to individual PDF’s, you can.
I also include ‘other’ access points if they were located during research. They are located in [ ], afterwards. I realize this is overkill, but as I am documenting, I save what I find as that is my job. If one link ever becomes corrupted, we have backups for access.
How it looks: LINK archive PDF PDFarchive [PDF PDFarchive]
Hint: When saving a PDF to your computer, if you save the ‘PDFarchive’ instead (I often do this), it will also make accessible all the links within it also saved in archived format. That means even if the original ‘website links’ in the future go dead, you can still access them easily.
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