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Ecological and physiological aspects of a moose population in Thomas Bay, Southeast Alaska

  • Reference: Doerr, J. G., E. L. Young Jr., and A. W. Franzmann. 1980. Ecological and physiological aspects of a moose population in Thomas Bay, Southeast Alaska. Pages 203-237 [In] H. G. Cumming, W. B. Ballard, A. B. Bubenik, V. F. Crichton, M. Crete, A. W. Franzmann, P. A. Jordan, P. D. Karns, M. W. Lankester, J. M. Peek, W. L. Regelin, W. M. Samuel, R. R. Stewart, and E. S. Telfer, editors. Proceedings of the 16th North American Moose Conference and Workshop, 1-4 April 1980, Prince Albert, Saskatchewan.
  • Audiences: General Public, Scientist, Wildlife Manager
  • Authors: Joseph G Doerr, Albert Wilhelm Franzmann, Elroy L. Young Jr.
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  • GMUs or Areas: 03
  • Keywords: moose, Alces alces, ecology, physiology, Thomas Bay
  • Link: http://flash.lakeheadu.ca/~arodgers/Alces/Vol16/Alces16_203.pdf (Offsite)
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  • Primary Authors: Joseph G Doerr
  • Programs: Kenai Moose Research Center
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  • Publication Types: Journal Article/External Publication
  • Regions: Region I - Southeast Alaska
  • Species: Moose
  • Species Categories: Big Game, Mammals, Ungulates
  • Title: Ecological and physiological aspects of a moose population in Thomas Bay, Southeast Alaska
  • Topics: Disease, Health, and Nutrition, Population Abundance and Trends (Survey Inventory), Research, Population Composition and Demographics, Physiology, Behavioral Ecology
  • Year: 1980

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