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Small mammals: State Wildlife Grant performance reports for projects involving small mammals

  • Reference: Small mammals: State Wildlife Grant performance reports for projects involving small mammals. Combined reports for projects completed during 2005-2009 for the following projects: T-1-6-9: Distribution and phylogeography of collared pika and Alaska marmot in Alaska. T-1-6-10: Acoustic monitoring of Southeast Alaska bats. T-1-6-12: Distribution and habitat ecology of bats in Southeast Alaska with emphasis on Keen's long-eared myotis. T-3-1-6.10: Baseline survey of small mammal species and their distribution across the Kenai Peninsula. T-3-1-6.11: Inventory of small mammals on Minto Flats State Game Refuge, Alaska. T-3-1-11.12: Population and habitat assessments for CWCS featured species in Southcentral Alaska. T-9-1-1.0: Phylogeography, taxonomy and conservation genetics of Alaska's enigmatic hoary marmots.
  • Audiences: Wildlife Manager
  • Authors: Julia Boland, John Hayes, Matt Heavner, David Hibbs, Brandy Jacobsen, Thomas J. McDonough, Link E. Olson, David F. Tessler
  • Funding Sources: FWS-SWG
  • Grants: T-1-8-1
  • GMUs or Areas:
  • Keywords: pika, Ochotona collaris, Alaskan marmot, Marmota broweri, distribution, phylogeography, Alaska
  • Link: http://www.adfg.alaska.gov/static-f/home/library/pdfs/wildlife/federal_aid/small_mammals.pdf (PDF)
  • Partners: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
  • Primary Authors: Link E. Olson
  • Programs: Wildlife Research
  • Project Numbers: T-1-6-10, T-1-6-12, T-1-6-9, T-3-1-11.12, T-3-1-6.10, T-3-1-6.11, T-9-1-1.0
  • Publication Types: Grant Report
  • Regions:
  • Species: Alaska Marmot, California Bat, Collared Pika, Hoary Marmot, Keen's Myotis, Little Brown Bat, Long-Legged Bat, Meadow Vole, Silver-Haired Bat, Least Weasel, Cinereus Shrew (Common)
  • Species Categories: Bats, Furbearers, Mammals
  • Title: Small mammals: State Wildlife Grant performance reports for projects involving small mammals
  • Topics: Distribution and Movements (including Migration), Research
  • Year: 2009

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