Division of Wildlife Conservation (DWC) Publication Details

Exposure of Alaska brown bears (Ursus arctos) to bacterial, viral, and parasitic agents varies spatiotemporally and may be influenced by age

  • Reference: Ramey, A. M., C. A. Cleveland, G. V. Hilderbrand, K. Joly, D. D. Gustine, B. Mangipane, W. B. Leacock, A. P. Crupi, D. E. Hill, J. P. Dubey, and M. J. Yabsley. 2019. Exposure of Alaska brown bears (Ursus arctos) to bacterial, viral, and parasitic agents varies spatiotemporally and may be influenced by age. Journal of Wildlife Diseases 55(3):576-588. https://doi.org/10.7589/2018-07-173
  • Audiences: Scientist, Wildlife Manager
  • Authors: Christopher A. Cleveland, Anthony P. Crupi, Jitender P. Dubey, David D. Gustine, Grant V. Hilderbrand, Dolores E. Hill, Kyle Joly, William B. Leacock, Buck Mangipane, Andrew M. Ramey, M. J. Yabsley
  • Funding Sources:
  • Grants:
  • GMUs or Areas: 08, 09, 16, 23, 24
  • Keywords: Gates of the Arctic, Katmai, Kodiak Island, Lake Clark, pathogen, serology, brown bear, Ursus arctos, Yakutat Forelands
  • Link: https://doi.org/10.7589/2018-07-173 (Offsite)
  • Partners: National Park Service, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, U.S. Geological Survey
  • Primary Authors: Andrew M. Ramey
  • Programs: Wildlife Health
  • Project Numbers:
  • Publication Types: Journal Article/External Publication
  • Regions: Region II - Southcentral Alaska, Region IV - Central and Southwest Alaska, Region V - Arctic and Western Alaska, Statewide
  • Species: Brown Bear
  • Species Categories: Big Game, Mammals
  • Title: Exposure of Alaska brown bears (Ursus arctos) to bacterial, viral, and parasitic agents varies spatiotemporally and may be influenced by age
  • Topics: Disease, Health, and Nutrition, Research, Physiology
  • Year: 2019

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