Demography and Genetic Structure of a Recovering Grizzly Bear Population

@inproceedings{Kendall2009DemographyAG,
  title={Demography and Genetic Structure of a Recovering Grizzly Bear Population},
  author={K. Kendall and Jeffrey B. Stetz and John B. Boulanger and Amy C. Macleod and D. Paetkau and G. White},
  year={2009}
}
Abstract Grizzly bears (brown bears; Ursus arctos) are imperiled in the southern extent of their range worldwide. The threatened population in northwestern Montana, USA, has been managed for recovery since 1975; yet, no rigorous data were available to monitor program success. We used data from a large noninvasive genetic sampling effort conducted in 2004 and 33 years of physical captures to assess abundance, distribution, and genetic health of this population. We combined data from our 3… Expand
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