Division of Wildlife Conservation (DWC) Publication Details
Differing reproductive patterns in Dall sheep: Population strategy or management artifact?
- Reference: Heimer, W. E., and S. M. Watson. 1982. Differing reproductive patterns in Dall sheep: Population strategy or management artifact? Pages 330-338 [In] J. A. Bailer, and G. G. Schoonveld, editors. Proceedings of the third biennial symposium of the Northern Wild Sheep and Goat Council, 17-19 March 1982, Fort Collins, Colorado.
- Audiences: Wildlife Manager
- Authors: Wayne E. Heimer, Sarah M. Watson
- Funding Sources:
- GMUs or Areas: 20
- Keywords: Dall sheep, Ovis dalli, reproductive patterns, lamb:ewe ratios, Interior Alaska, Dry Creek, Sheep Creek, ram age composition, density, early breeding, trophy hunting
- Link: http://www.adfg.alaska.gov/static/home/library/pdfs/wildlife/research_pdfs/differing_reproductive_patterns_1982_heimer.pdf (PDF)
- Primary Authors: Wayne E. Heimer
- Programs: Wildlife Management, Wildlife Research
- Project Numbers:
- Publication Types: Journal Article/External Publication
- Regions: Region III - Interior and Northeastern Alaska, Statewide
- Species: Dall Sheep
- Species Categories: Big Game, Mammals
- Title: Differing reproductive patterns in Dall sheep: Population strategy or management artifact?
- Topics: Wildlife Management, Distribution and Movements (including Migration), Population Abundance and Trends (Survey Inventory), Research, Population Composition and Demographics
- Year: 1982
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