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Calving photocensus of the Rivière George Caribou Herd and comparison with an independent census
Vertical photographs of the calving grounds have been used since 1984 to estimate the caribou (Rangifer tarandus) population of the Riviere George Caribou Herd (RGCH) in Northern Quebec and Labrador.Expand
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Demography of decline of the Red Wine Mountains Caribou Herd
The causes of decline of woodland caribou (Rangifer tarandus caribou) populations remain incompletely understood. We compared population characteristics of woodland caribou of the Red Wine MountainsExpand
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Population Dynamics of the Red-Tailed Hawk (Buteo jamaicensis) at Rochester, Alberta
THE primary objectives of this paper are to describe the dynamics of a representative population of Red-tailed Hawks in central Alberta and to evaluate current population status and trend through aExpand
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Characteristics of the Wolf ( Canis lupus labradorius Goldman) in Northern Quebec and Labrador
Two hundred and twelve wolves ( Canis lupus labradorius ) shot by hunters in northern Quebec and Labrador during the winters of 1976-77 through 1983-84 were examined for various populationExpand
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Ecology of Red‐Tailed Hawk Predation in Alberta
The Red—tailed Hawk population on a 60—mile2 (156—km2) area in central Alberta was studied during 1965—68. This migratory population was present from early April to September each year. BreedingExpand
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Survival of radio-collared caribou (Rangifer tarandus caribou) from the George River herd, Nouveau-Québec – Labrador
Between September 1983 and June 1987, 175 caribou (Rangifer tarandus caribou) from the George River caribou herd were captured and radio-collared. By October 1987, 42 of those had died: 15 wereExpand
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Alaska lands bill.
  • S. Luttich
  • Geography, Medicine
  • Science
  • 19 January 1979