Division of Wildlife Conservation (DWC) Publication Details

Statewide intensive management for moose populations identified as important for providing high levels of harvest for human consumptive use and predators influencing moose population status [revised]

  • Reference: Soboleff, N., B. Bowers, L. Butler, C. Wardlow, D. Parker McNeill, T. Rinaldi, and T. Gorn. 2017. Statewide intensive management for moose populations identified as important for providing high levels of harvest for human consumptive use and predators influencing moose population status [revised]. Alaska Department of Fish and Game, Division of Wildlife Conservation, Annual Performance Report, 1 April 2016-31 March 2017, Juneau.
  • Audiences: Wildlife Manager
  • Authors: Brenda Bowers, Lem G. Butler, Tony S. Gorn, Doreen I. Parker McNeill, Todd A. Rinaldi, Nathan J. Soboleff, Cynthia M. Wardlow
  • Funding Sources: FWS-WR
  • Grants: AKW-7-1
  • GMUs or Areas: 06, 07, 08, 09, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26
  • Keywords: moose, Alces alces, intensive management, Alaska
  • Link: http://www.adfg.alaska.gov/static/home/about/divisions/wildlifeconservation/pdfs/reports/akw_7_ipr_2.0_revised_fy2017_akw_7_moose_im_11_30_2017.pdf (PDF)
  • Partners: Federal Aid-Wildlife Restoration Program
  • Primary Authors: Nathan J. Soboleff
  • Programs: Wildlife Management
  • Project Numbers: 2.0 IM, AKW-7
  • Publication Types: Grant Report
  • Regions: Region II - Southcentral Alaska, Region III - Interior and Northeastern Alaska, Region IV - Central and Southwest Alaska, Region V - Arctic and Western Alaska, Statewide
  • Species: Black Bear, Brown Bear, Moose, Wolf
  • Species Categories: Big Game, Furbearers, Mammals, Ungulates
  • Title: Statewide intensive management for moose populations identified as important for providing high levels of harvest for human consumptive use and predators influencing moose population status [revised]
  • Topics: Disease, Health, and Nutrition, Habitat, Intensive Management (including predator control), Wildlife Management, Population Abundance and Trends (Survey Inventory), Predation, Research, Population Composition and Demographics
  • Year: 2017

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