Division of Wildlife Conservation (DWC) Publication Details
Monitoring caribou herds in Alaska, 1970–2008, with focus on the Delta caribou herd, 1979–2007
- Reference: Valkenburg, P., B. W. Dale, J. L. Davis, M. M. Ellis, R. D. Boertje, M. A. Keech, D. D. Young Jr., R. M. Eagan, R. W. Tobey, C. L. Gardner, R. A. Sellers, L. G. Butler, J. D. Woolington, B. D. Scotton, T. H. Spraker, M. E. McNay, A. R. Aderman, and M. J. Warren. 2016. Monitoring caribou herds in Alaska, 1970–2008, with focus on the Delta caribou herd, 1979–2007. Alaska Department of Fish and Game, Wildlife Technical Bulletin ADF&G/DWC/WTB-2016-16, Juneau.
- Audiences: Scientist, Wildlife Manager
- Authors: Andrew R. Aderman, Rodney D. Boertje, Lem G. Butler, Bruce W. Dale, James L. Davis, Robin M. Eagan, Martha M. Ellis, Craig L. Gardner, Mark A. Keech, Mark E. McNay, Bradley D. Scotton, Richard A. Sellers, Ted H. Spraker, Robert W. Tobey, Patrick Valkenburg, Matthew J. Warren, James D. Woolington, Donald Dean Young Jr.
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- Keywords: Adak, adult mortality, age structure, Alaska, Andreafsky, Beaver Mountains, Big River, calf mortality, calf weight, Canis lupus, caribou, caribou regions, Central Arctic, checkstations, Chisana, climate change, compensatory mortality, Delta, Denali, density dependent, disease, fecal pellets, Fortymile, Fox River, Galena Mountain, genetics, Hodzana Hills, hoofrot, hunting, illegal hunting, intensive management, Kenai Lowlands, Kenai Mountains, Kilbuck, Killey River, lynx, Lynx canadensis, Macomb, McKinley, Mentasta, mortality, Mulchatna, natality, Nelchina, North Pacific Oscillation, Northern Alaska Peninsula, Nushagak Peninsula, nutritional condition, Pacific Decadal Oscillation, plant fragments, pneumonia, population growth, population inertia, Porcupine, predation, Rainy Pass, Rangifer tarandus granti, Ray Mountains, snow depth, Southern Alaska Peninsula, Sunshine Mountains, survival, Teshekpuk, Tonzona, Unimak, unreported harvest, volcanic ash, weather, Western Arctic, White Mountains, wolf, Wolf Mountain.
- Link: http://www.adfg.alaska.gov/static/home/library/pdfs/wildlife/research_pdfs/wtb_2016_16_valkenburg_et_al_delta_caribou.pdf (PDF)
- Partners: Federal Aid-Wildlife Restoration Program
- Primary Authors: Andrew R. Aderman, Rodney D. Boertje, Lem G. Butler, Bruce W. Dale, James L. Davis, Robin M. Eagan, Craig L. Gardner, Mark A. Keech, Mark E. McNay, Bradley D. Scotton, Richard A. Sellers, Ted H. Spraker, Robert W. Tobey, Patrick Valkenburg, James D. Woolington, Donald Dean Young Jr., Martha M. Ellis, Matthew J. Warren
- Programs: Wildlife Management, Wildlife Research
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- Publication Types: Wildlife Technical Bulletin
- Regions: Region II - Southcentral Alaska, Region III - Interior and Northeastern Alaska, Region IV - Central and Southwest Alaska, Region V - Arctic and Western Alaska
- Species: Caribou
- Species Categories: Big Game, Mammals, Ungulates
- Title: Monitoring caribou herds in Alaska, 1970–2008, with focus on the Delta caribou herd, 1979–2007
- Topics: Intensive Management (including predator control), Wildlife Management, Distribution and Movements (including Migration), Research
- Year: 2016
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