Division of Wildlife Conservation (DWC) Publication Details

Alexander Archipelago wolves: Ecology and population viability in a disturbed, insular landscape

  • Reference: Person, D. K. 2001. Alexander Archipelago wolves: Ecology and population viability in a disturbed, insular landscape. Doctoral thesis, University of Alaska Fairbanks.
  • Audiences: General Public, Scientist, Wildlife Manager
  • Authors: David K. Person
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  • GMUs or Areas: 02
  • Keywords: Alexander Archipelago wolves, black-tailed deer, Canis lupus, Odocoileus hemionus, population modeling, population viability, insular populations, predator-prey dynamics, southeastern Alaska, forest management.
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  • Partners: University of Alaska Fairbanks
  • Primary Authors: David K. Person
  • Programs: Wildlife Research
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  • Publication Types: Journal Article/External Publication
  • Regions: Region I - Southeast Alaska
  • Species: Sitka Black-tailed Deer, Wolf
  • Species Categories: Big Game, Furbearer, Mammal
  • Title: Alexander Archipelago wolves: Ecology and population viability in a disturbed, insular landscape
  • Topics: Habitat, Distribution and Movements (including Migration), Population Abundance and Trends (Survey Inventory), Predation, Research, Population Composition and Demographics, Behavioral Ecology
  • Year: 2001

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