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Moose

White, K. S., D. P. Gregovich, N. L. Barten and R. Scott. 2012. Moose population ecology and habitat use along the Juneau Access road corridor, Alaska. (PDF 3,223 kB). Alaska Department of Fish and Game. Final wildlife research report. ADF&;G/DWC/WRR-2012-03. AlaskaDepartment of Fish and Game, Juneau, AK. USA.

Christ, A. M. 2011. Sightability Correction for Moose Population Surveys (PDF 5,586 kB). Alaska Department of Fish and Game. Final Wildlife Research Report. ADF&G/DWC/WRR-F-2011-1. Juneau, Alaska.

1.69 Movements and sightability of moose in Game Management Unit 21E

1.68 Factors affecting moose forage quality and subsequent reproductive success

1.67 Comparative nutritional status among 6 high-density moose subpopulations in Interior Alaska

1.66 Evaluating research options for developing a geo-statistical population estimator sightability correct factor

1.65 Age-specific natural mortality rates of male vs. female moose

1.64 Identification of factors affecting calf production, calf survival, and survival of female adult moose in Game Management 13

1.63 Evaluation and testing of techniques for ungulate management

1.62 Response of moose and their predators to wolf reduction and short-term bear removal in a portion of Unit 19D East

1.61 Evaluation of moose-habitat relationships in southeastern Alaska

1.60 Nutritional Influences on Moose Reproduction: Relative Importance of Contributions from Diet and Body Reserves

1.59 Analysis of Nitrogen Budget in Moose

1.58 Factors limiting moose at low density in Unit 19D East, and response of moose to wolf control and increased bear harvest

1.57 Population dynamics of moose in Alaska -- Effects of nutrition, predation and harvest

1.56 Evaluation and Testing Techniques for Ungulate Management

1.55 Landscape ecology and population dynamics of moose in Game Management Unit 13

1.52 Physiological Ecology of Moose: Nutritional Requirements for Reproduction with Respect to Body Condition Thresholds

1.51 Factors Limiting Moose at High Densities in Unit 20A

1.50 Interrelationships of Forage and Moose in Game Management Unit 13

1.49 Population dynamics of moose and predators in Game Management Unit 13

1.45 Evaluation and testing of techniques for ungulate management

1.42 Estimation of Body Composition in Moose

1.40 Testing Socially Acceptable Methods of Managing Caribou Predation

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Caribou

Boertje, R. D., C. L. Gardner, K. A. Kellie, and B.D. Taras. 2012. Fortymile caribou herd: Increasing numbers, declining nutrition, and expanding range. (PDF 7,270 kB) Alaska Department of Fish and Game, Wildlife Technical Bulletin 14, ADF&G/DWC/WTB-2012-14. Juneau, Alaska.

Short-term Impacts of Military Jet Overflights on the Fortymile Caribou Herd During Calving Season

  • 2003 (PDF 1,393 kB)

3.50 Analysis and summary of data from the Fortymile caribou range

3.49 Development of methods to acsses effects of oil field infrastructure on caribou movements, growth, and survival

3.48 Monitoring of Fortymile ungulates and wolves following wolf sterilization and translocation

3.47 Habitat use, foraging behavior, and nutritional ecology of Nelchina caribou

3.46 Effects of oilfield development on calf production and survival in the Central Arctic Caribou Herd

3.45 Population dynamics of Interior and Southwest Alaska Caribou Herds

3.44 Assessing wildland fire impacts on the nutritional performance and distribution of caribou within Alaska's boreal forest ecosystem

3.43 Reducing mortality on the Fortymile Caribou Herd

3.42 Investigation of Regulating and Limiting Factors in the Delta Caribou Herd

3.38 Factors Limiting the Fortymile Caribou Herd

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Bear

Flynn, R. W., S. B. Lewis, L. R. Beier, G. W. Pendleton, A. P. Crupi, and D. P. Gregovich. 2012. Spatial use, habitat selection, and population ecology of brown bears along the proposed Juneau Access Improvements road corridor, Southeast Alaska. (PDF 9,582 kB) Final Wildlife Research Report. ADF&G/DWC/WRR-2012-04. Alaska Department of Fish and Game, Juneau, AK. USA

Brown Bear Use of Riparian and Beach Zones on Northeast Chichagof Island: Implications for Streamside Management in Coastal Alaska

Human and Bear Use at Eva Creek

4.43 Southeast brown bear data analysis and report preparation

4.42 Spatial relationships, harvest vulnerability, and harvest rates of brown bears on the northern mainland coast of Southeast Alaska

4.41 Nelchina Brown Bear Demographics

4.40 Grizzly bear use of the North Slope oil fields and surrounding region

4.39 Grizzly and black bear distribution and abundance relative to the 2004 wildfires in eastern Interior Alaska: Possible intensive management consequences

4.38 Population demographics of Kenai brown bears

4.37 Non-invasive sampling of brown bears

4.36 Abundance, spatial relationships, and trans-boundary movements of brown bears on the mainland coast of Southeast Alaska

4.35 Brown bear data analysis and manuscript preparation

4.33 Utilizing harvest data to improve assessment of brown bear population management

4.32 Preparation of manuscripts on brown bear ecology and management in Arctic Alaska and pharmacokinetics of Telazol in bears

4.31 Preparation of Manuscripts on Brown Bear Ecology and Management in Interior Alaska

4.30 Brown Bear Line Transect Technique Development

4.29 Ecological Studies of Kenai Penisula Brown Bears

4.28 Effects of Harvest on Grizzly Bear Population Dynamics in the Northcentral Alaska Range

4.27 Cumulative Effects Model Verification, Sustained Yield Estimation, and Population Viability Management of the Kenai Peninsula, Alaska Brown Bear

4.26 Impacts of heavy hunting pressure on the density and demographics of brown bear populations in Southcentral Alaska

4.22 Population and Habitat Ecology of Brown Bears on Admiralty and Chichagof Islands

Population, Genetic and Behavioral Studies of Black Bear in Southeast Alaska, (2004 PHD Thesis) Elizabeth Peacock

17.80 Black bear and grizzly bear abundance and distribution in the Tanana Flats in Interior Alaska

17.7 Kuiu Island black bear population estimation using biomarking and DNA

17.6 Kuiu Island Black Bear Pilot Study: Population Estimation and Sexual Segregation

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Furbearers

Lewis, S. B., R. W. Flynn, L. R. Beier, D. P. Gregovich, and N. L. Barten. 2012. Spatial use, habitat selection, and diets of wolverines along the proposed Juneau Access Improvements road corridor, Southeast Alaska. (PDF 3,623 kB) Final Wildlife Research Report. ADF&G/DWC/WRR-2012-05. Alaska Department of Fish and Game, Juneau, AK.

7.21 Landscape-scale wolverine distribution and habitat use in Interior Alaska: identification of key habitat parameters

7.20 Preparation of manuscripts on marten ecology in Southeast Alaska

7.19 Furbearer Management Technique Development

7.16 Ecology of Martens in Southeast Alaska

Habitat Associations and Movement Patterns of Reproductive Female Wolverines (Gulo gulo luscus) on the Southeast Alaska Mainland

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Wolves

2002 A Case History of Wolf-Human Encounters in Alaska and Canada

14.27 Intensive aerial wolf survey operations publication

14.26 Estimating wolf populations in Southeast Alaska using noninvasive DNA sampling

14.25 Evaluating methods to control an infestation by the dog louse in gray wolves

14.24 Population ecology and spatial dynamics of wolves relative to activity in Nelchina Basin, Alaska

14.23 Preparation of manuscript on predation rates by wolves during winter

14.22 Preparation of manuscripts on wolf ecology in Interior Alaska

14.21 Population ecology and spatial dynamics of wolves under intensive management in the Nelchina Basin, Alaska

14.19 Predation on moose and caribou by a regulated wolf population

14.18 Developing a DNA-based Population Estimator for Wolves in Southeast Alaska

14.17 Investigation of Wolf Population Response to Intensive Trapping in the Presence of High Ungulate Biomass

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Deer

2.0 Assessing population estimation protocols for Sitka black-tailed deer using DNA from fecal pellets

2.15 Movement patterns, home range, and habitat use by Sitka black-tailed deer in Southeast Alaska

2.14 Survivorship of Sitka black-tailed deer fawns in Southeast Alaska

2.13 Habitat use and survivorship of Sitka black-tailed deer in Southeast Alaska: a regional meta-analysis and synthesis.

2.12 Analysis and publication of Sitka black-tailed deer research in Southeast Alaska 1978–1998

2.11 Effects of Selection Logging on Deer Habitat in Southeast Alaska: A Retrospective Study

14.16 Effects of Even-Aged Timber Management on Survivorship in Sitka Black-tailed Deer

2.8R Reproductive Potential of Sitka Black-Tailed Deer in Southeast Alaska

Deer Pellet-Group Surveys in Southeast Alaska

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Birds

Blejwas, K. M. and S. K. Wright. 2012. Bycatch of Kittlitz’s murrelet (Brachyramphus brevirostris) in commercial salmon gillnet fisheries in the Gulf of Alaska: A qualitative risk assessment. (PDF 3,724 kB) Wildlife Research Report ADF&G/DWC/WRR-2012-8. Alaska Department of Fish and Game, Juneau, Alaska.

Migration Chronology, Routes, and Winter and Summer Range of Pacific Flyway Population Lesser Sandhill Cranes.

Kenai Peninsula Ruffed Grouse Transplant 1995-1997 (PDF 46 kB)

Sharp-Tailed Grouse Habitat Study in Eastern Interior Alaska

10.70 Game Management Unit 13 Ptarmigan Population Studies

10.01 Summer habitat selection by female sharp-tailed grouse in Interior Alaska

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Sheep

6.16 Ewe Dall’s sheep survival, pregnancy and parturition rates, and lamb recruitment in GMU 13D, Chugach Mountains, Alaska

6.15 Demographics and spatial ecology of Dall sheep in the central Brooks Range

6.14 Effects of snowshoe hare population cycles on demography of Dall sheep and their predators

6.13 Interrelationships of Dall sheep and predators in the Central Alaska Range

6.12 Estimating Rates and Causes of Neonatal Lamb Mortality of Dall Sheep in the Central Alaska Range

6.11 Estimating Population Size and Composition of Dall Sheep in Alaska: Assessment of Previously Used Methods and Experimental Implementation of New Techniques

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Goats

White, K. S., D. P. Gregovich and G. W. Pendleton, N. L. Barten, R. Scott, A. Crupi and D. N. Larsen. 2012. Mountain goat population ecology and habitat use along the Juneau Access road corridor, Alaska. (PDF 7,346 kB). Final wildlife research report. ADF&G/DWC/WRR-2012-02. Alaska Department of Fish and Game, Juneau, AK. USA.

Bison

9.10 Habitat assessment of potential wood bison relocation sites in Alaska

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Muskox

16.10 Distribution, movements, and survival of muskoxen in northeastern Alaska.

Arthur, S. M., and P. A. Del Vecchio. 2013. Population dynamics of muskoxen in northeastern Alaska. (PDF 1,663 kB) Alaska Department of Fish and Game, Final Wildlife Research Report ADF&G/DWC/WRR-2013-1, Project 16.10, Juneau, Alaska.

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Disease

18.74 Wildlife Health and Disease Surveillance in Alaska

18.73 Wildlife Health and Disease Surveillance in Alaska

18.72 Serologic Survey of Alaska Wildlife for Microbial Pathogens

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Technique Development

27.10 Development of GIS techniques for the collection, modeling and analysis of wildlife movement data and spatial dynamics in Unit 13

15.12 Development and testing of breakaway snares

15.10 Development of a Passive-capture Technique for Radiotagging Large Animals

1.54 Molecular genetic approaches in wildlife management

1.46 Development and Testing of a General Predator-Prey Computer Model for Use in Making Management Decisions

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Habitat

5.20 Habitat evaluation techniques for moose management in Interior Alaska

5.10 Identifying and evaluating techniques for wildlife habitat management in Interior Alaska

5.0 Identifying and evaluating techniques for wildlife habitat management in Interior Alaska

1.53 Spruce Beetle Effects on Wildlife

1.0 Moose Habitat Enhancement at Thomas Bay

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Game Transplants in Alaska

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