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Ecology of wolves in relation to a migratory caribou herd in northwest Alaska

Ecology of wolves in relation to a migratory caribou herd in northwest Alaska

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Published by Wildlife Society in Bethesda, MD .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Wolves -- Alaska.,
  • Caribou -- Alaska.,
  • Wolves -- Food -- Alaska.,
  • Animal nutrition -- Alaska.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesJournal of wildlife management. Vol. 48, no. 2 (Supplement)
    Statementby Warren B. Ballard ... [et al.]
    SeriesWildlife monographs -- no. 135., Wildlife monographs -- no. 135.
    ContributionsBallard, Warren B.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination47 p. :
    Number of Pages47
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17740373M

    al. , Stetz et al. ). In Alaska, the need to develop and use the best population monitoring methods to obtain unbiased predator and ungulate population counts or estimates intensified after the passage of the Intensive Management (IM) Law (Alaska Fish and Game Laws and Regulations Annotated –29). Since the. Previous: WFotD #1 - Speed Next: WFotD #3 - The purpose of howling Fact Topic Two - Why do wolves live in packs? The wolf and the pack are as inseparable in the human mind as a child is with a family 1. Indeed, the human family is a good analogy for the wolf pack 2, as, contrary to popular belief, wild packs generally consist of two breeders and their offspring from various generations 3.

    Editor, TWS/JHUP Wildlife Book Series Editor-in-Chief, The Journal of Wildlife Management starting July Certified Wildlife Biologist, TWS Monograph: Ecology of wolves in relations to a migratory caribou herd in Northwest Alaska. (, Wildlife Monographs with W. Ballard) Mark S. Boyce, Ph.D. Edmonton, Alberta.   Upper model equilibrium of the Western Arctic caribou herd of Alaska, USA, –, in relation to a hypothetical K-carrying capacity (KCC) influenced by wolf density (baseline wolves/km 2 plus added density) after release from a lower equilibrium typical of a predation–food 2-state population by:

    Being Caribou book. Read 57 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. but the Porcupine herd of northern Canada and Alaska, the herd whose calving ground is the Section of the Arctic National Wildlife a married team of wildlife biologists follow the Porcupine caribou herd migration to the calving grounds on the /5. Description: Wildlife Monographs is a supplement to the Journal of Wildlife h Wildlife Monographs, The Wildlife Society publishes a unique series of publications presenting substantial, focused scientific investigations pertaining to the knowledge, management, and conservation of are intended to offer the results from major studies, including definitive syntheses.


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ECOLOGY OF WOLVES IN RELATION TO A MIGRATORY CARIBOU HERD IN NORTHWEST ALASKA WARREN B. BALLARD Alaska Department of Fish and Game, P.O. BoxNome, AK LEE ANNE AYRES U.S. National Park Service, P.O. BoxKotzebue, AK PAUL R. KRAUSMAN School of Renewable Natural Resources, Biological Sciences East Building.

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