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Reducing mortality on the Fortymile caribou herd

Rodney Boertje

Reducing mortality on the Fortymile caribou herd

by Rodney Boertje

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Published by Alaska Dept. of Fish and Game, Division of Wildlife Conservation in Juneau, AK .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Alaska.,
  • Alaska
    • Subjects:
    • Grant"s caribou -- Alaska.,
    • Grant"s caribou -- Alaska -- Mortality.,
    • Mammal populations -- Alaska.,
    • Wildlife management -- Alaska.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementRodney D. Boertje, Craig L. Gardner.
      SeriesFederal aid in wildlife restoration research performance report
      ContributionsGardner, Craig L., Alaska. Division of Wildlife Conservation.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsQL737.U55 B6 1999b
      The Physical Object
      Paginationv, 47 p. :
      Number of Pages47
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3533379M
      LC Control Number2001432072
      OCLC/WorldCa47633243

        Mortality of migratory barren-ground caribou on the calving grounds of the Beverly herd, Northwest Territories, Canadian Wildlife Service Occasional Paper No.   Web view.    The Porcupine Herd in particular has been problematic for the division in past years to complete. Staff is currently counting the photos with a goal of having caribou herd census estimates available for the upcoming BOG meetings in Kotzebue and Fairbanks. Management of the Porcupine and Fortymile Caribou Herds

        30 on revising the Fortymile Caribou Herd Harvest 31 Management Plan, which is a publicly developed plan 32 that has had different iterations since about the mid 33 s and it helps to guide harvest of the Fortymile 34 Herd. It deals with allocation and hunt structure and 35 so on. 36 37 The plan isn't finalized yet, but we do contributor to the growing success in the recovery of the Fortymile caribou herd, which has more than doubled in size over the last seven years to an estima animals. The Fortymile herd was the centre of attention last week when it began migrating east across the Yukon River north of Dawson City – for the first time in 50 ://

      Author of Investigation of regulating and limiting factors in the Delta caribou herd, Investigation and improvement of techniques for monitoring recruitment, population trend, and nutritional status in the western Arctic caribou herd, Population status of the Fortymile caribou herd and identification of limiting factors, Status, movements, range use patterns, and limiting factors of the   Short-term impacts of military jet overflights on the Fortymile caribou herd during the calving season. Alaska Department of Fish and Game, Alaska. Magoun, A. J. Marten in early successional habitats created by wildfire in Alaska: are we ready for HSI


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Reducing mortality on the Fortymile caribou herd by Rodney Boertje Download PDF EPUB FB2

This is the first of 5 research reports to be written on reducing mortality of the Fortymile caribou (Rangifer tarandus granti) herd.

This report also summarizes work completed during the prior 5 years on factors limiting the Fortymile herd. The research proposal for reducing mortality on the Fortymile herd was inspired by a diverse /research_pdfs/reducing_mortality_fortymile_caribou_herd_pdf. Reducing Mortality on the Fortymile Caribou Herd Rodney D.

Boertje Craig L. Gardner Research Performance Report Federal Aid in Wildlife Restoration 1 July –30 June Grant W, Study This is a progress report on continuing research. Information may be refined at a later Reducing mortality on the Fortymile caribou herd, 1 July –30 June Alaska Department of Fish and Game, Division of Wildlife Conservation, Federal Aid Research Performance Report 1 July JuneFederal Aid in Wildlife Restoration Project ?adfg=fepublicationsdetails&pub.

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A discussion of potential Reducing mortality on the Fortymile caribou herd book effects to the Fortymile caribou herd supported by available data. Section: A R Discussion of the development of the RSF model, including all inputs.

Consideration should be given to concerns raised by the Government of Yukon. Section. A R Discuss how the RSF model:   STUDY TITLE: Factors Lifl¥ting the Fortymile Caribou Herd AUTHORS: Rodney D Boertje and Craig L Gardner PERIOD: 1 July June SUMMARY Major progress was made during in developing and implementing objectives for managing the Fortymile Caribou (Rangifer tarandus granti) Herd.

A novel management   Job No.: R Range Use Patterns, and Limiting Factors of the. Fortymile Caribou Herd. Period Covered: 1 July June (Includes data through 30 September ) SUMMARY.

The natality rate of 19 radio-collared females {>3 years old) from the Fortymile Caribou (Rangifer tarandus granti) Herd (FCH} was 95% in   October meeting book as the primary justification for their position on the proposal. The Council also management of the Fortymile Caribou Herd (FCH) in Alaska, and 2) for allocation of an annual o Provisions were included to reduce caribou mortality   The July post-calving survey estimated the Nelchina herd at approximat “Biologists believe a harvest quota of 1, bull caribou from the state season with additional federal harvest can be taken sustainably while providing for subsistence opportunity and modest herd ://   Population modeling exercises can lead to both expected and unexpected results useful for wildlife research and management, even though inferences must often be qualitative, given underlying assumptions.

Our main objective was to use empirical data on wolf (Canis lupus) kill rates and growth of the Western Arctic caribou (Rangifer tarandus) herd (WAH) of Alaska, USA, to assess the potential   6 Ecological&Setting& Mountain!caribou!in!the!Quesnel!Highland!of!central!British!Columbia!are!part!of.

complex!predator]prey!system!where!caribou,!moose. of a Wolf Sterilization. Reducing annual harvests from bulls (herd, ) to bulls (herd, ) will not result in the desired % annual rates of herd increase. :// To increase social acceptance of the management plan, the Fortymile Team proposed reducing the annual caribou harvest to bulls for 5 years beginning in Reducing annual harvests from bulls (<2% of the herd, ) to bulls (<1% of the herd, ) will not result in the desired % annual rates of THE HOWLING – Reflections on the Rocky Mountain Wolf Recovery Program and the Implications for Non-migratory Caribou and Elk On Decem November 4, By Steve Busch This a reprint of an article I wrote that was originally published March 1, on Henry Lamb’s :// The "Fortymile" caribou herd that once ranged from Alaska to the Yukon was on the verge of extinction in the s but is now recovering thanks to a strong management ://   Book Review: Muskox Land 15 Horizon 16 SPRING/SUMMER IN THIS ISSUE A MILESTONE IN CONSERVATION – THE FORTYMILE HERD CROSSES THE YUKON RIVER FOR THE FIRST TIME IN 50 YEARS Richard Farnell 1 Excerpts from “The Caribou”, a poem recount-ing one of the great migrations of the Fortymile herd in Packhorse Tracks.

Canadian   The Klaza herd occurs within the historic range of the Fortymile caribou herd. In the Fortymile herd was estimated at approximatelycaribou and ranged throughout central Alaska and Yukon. Byas a result of severe over-harvesting, the Fortymile herd had declined to about 5, animals.

Parturition rates and 90% binomial CIs (truncated at in 3 cases) among radiocollared caribou ≥48 months of age in the Fortymile herd, 3. To increase social acceptance of the management plan, the Fortymile Team proposed reducing the annual caribou harvest to bulls for 5 years beginning in Reducing annual harvests from bulls (herd, ) to bulls (herd, ) will not result in the desired % annual rates of herd increase.

://   Boertje RD, Gardner CL. Reducing mortality on the Fortymile Caribou Herd. Alaska Department of Fish and Game. Federal aid in wildlife restoration final research report.

July –June Grants W through W 5. Project Juneau, ://. Request PDF | Demography of an increasing caribou herd with restricted wolf control: Caribou Demography and Wolves | Understanding the limiting factors of   A new survey last month found that the herd numbe caribou, which is well below last year’s population and on the low end of to 40, target that Alaska Department of Fish The Fortymile Caribou Herd (FCH) is the most prominent caribou herd in interior Alaska.

A large portion of the FCH calving and summer range lies beneath heavily used Military Operations Areas (MOA