Caribou and Muskoxen Habitat Studies.

by Canada. Dept. of Indian Affairs and Northern Development. Northern Pipelines Branch.

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SeriesCanada Dept. of Indian Affairs and Northern Development Northern Pipelines Branch Escom Report ai -- 26
ContributionsRussell, R., Edmonds, J., Roland, J.
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The Back River (Dogrib: Thlewechodyeth, Inuktitut: Haningayok, or Great Fish River) is the 20th longest Canadian river and is located in the Northwest Territories and rises at an unnamed lake in the North Slave Region of the Northwest Territories and flows more than km ( mi) mostly through the Kivalliq Region, Nunavut, to its mouth at the Arctic Ocean in the Kitikmeot Region. Local knowledge to enhance wildlife population health surveillance: Conserving muskoxen and caribou in the Canadian Arctic (OIE, , Carlsson et al., ), only a few published studies use observations of resource users as a source of epidemiological data for disease detection (Madslien et al., , Chen et al., ), or to record. Péter's main project focused on the effects of climate change on Arctic host-parasite systems, including, for example, the protostrongylid Umingmakstrongylus pallikuukensis in muskoxen, the gastrointestinal parasite Ostertagia Gruehneri in caribou, and winter ticks on elk, deer and moose. Outside of the Arctic, he studied how habitat.   African Studies American Studies Ancient Near East and Egypt Art History Asian Studies Book History and Cartography Biblical Studies The presence of such a large, and possibly dangerous, species in a new habitat raises several moral and ecological questions and dilemmas. Large animals such as muskoxen, wolves, lynx, reindeer, and horses.

  The Princeton Guide to Ecology is a concise, authoritative one-volume reference to the field's major subjects and key concepts. Edited by eminent ecologist Simon Levin, with contributions from an international team of leading ecologists, the book contains more than ninety clear, accurate, and up-to-date articles on the most important topics within seven major areas: autecology, population. Jeff Burrell is the Northern Rockies Program Coordinator for the Wildlife Conservation Society. Jeff joined WCS in and has a Master's of Science degree in Range and Wildlife Management and a Master's of Science degree in Geology and Geophysics from Texas Tech University. Food habits and ecology of wolves on barren-ground caribou range in the Northwest Territories / by E. Kuyt. -- SK C37 NO Background for managing grizzly bears in the national parks of Canada / by K. R. D. Mundy and D. R. Flook. Evolutionary Community Ecology, Volume 58 - Ebook written by Mark A. McPeek. Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices. Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read Evolutionary Community Ecology, Volume

Description. Ptarmigans are hardy members of the grouse family that spend most of their lives on the ground at or above the treeline. Three species are present in North America: the Willow Ptarmigan Lagopus lagopus, the White-tailed Ptarmigan Lagopus leucurus, and the Rock Ptarmigan Lagopus mutus. Like other grouse, ptarmigans have chunky bodies, short tails and legs, and short, rounded . Introduction The Nunavut Wildlife Management Board (NWMB or Board) is an Institution of Public Government established in The NWMB was established in accordance with the Nunavut Agreement, which was ratified on The Board is the main instrument of wildlife management in the Nunavut Settlement Area (NSA) and is a co-management Board that consists of nine appointed . Caribou (Rangifer tarandus) and muskoxen (Ovibos moschatus) partition habitat use in the Arctic differently in relation to their morphological, physiological, and behavioral attributes. Adaptations to Arctic habitats by caribou result in an energy-costly lifestyle in contrast to the energy-conservative adaptations of muskoxen. In southern Africa, impala (Aepyceros melampus melampus) and blesbok. Our focus is the Thelon River and its caribou, muskoxen, wolves and rich bird life. fish habits and habitat. Contractor for fish studies, etc. Offers cultural and educational tours for 4 to

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Larter, N.C. and J.A. Nagy. Peary caribou, muskoxen and Banks Island forage: assessing seasonal diet similarities. Rangifer 17(1) Larter, N.C. and J.A. Nagy. Arctic island caribou habitat, PpPopulation and habitat Caribou and Muskoxen Habitat Studies.

book assessment workshop for the Peary caribou (Rangifer tarandus pearyi)-Briefing Book. Ecological studies of caribou and muskoxen in the Arctic Archipelago and northern Keewatin. Renewable Resources Consulting Services Ltd., Edmonton (Alberta). Fraser, P., A. Gunn et B. McLean. Abundance and distribution of Peary caribou and muskoxen on Banks Island, N.W.T., June To cite this article: F.

Danks & D. Klein () Using GIS to predict potential wildlife habitat: A case study of muskoxen in northern Alaska, International Journal of Remote Sensing, This edited book offers a comprehensive overview of health and diseases in reindeer and caribou and represents an important tool for veterinarians and biologists to understand and manage these vast animal populations.

Reindeer and Caribou also will be relevant to researchers dealing with wildlife diseases. Contents - Preface - Introduction.

However, experimental enclosure studies (7,(16)(17)(18) as well as large-scale observational studies (19) (20) (21) suggest that grazing, browsing, and trampling by caribou and other herbivores.

of Alaska Mammals A Teacher’s Guide. Caribou and muskoxen have hollow hairs that are wider at the tip than at the base. This shape Studies indicate that color Caribou and Muskoxen Habitat Studies.

book in weasels and snowshoe hares is a hormonal response to the photoperiod. Speculate with your students why this. Alaska Department of Fish and Game P.O.

Box W. 8th Street Juneau, AK Office Locations. The reindeer (Rangifer tarandus), also known as the caribou in North America, is a species of deer with circumpolar distribution, native to Arctic, sub-Arctic, tundra, boreal, and mountainous regions of northern Europe, Siberia, and North America.

This includes both sedentary and migratory populations. Rangifer herd size varies greatly in different geographic regions. Qausuittuq National Park (pronounced Qow-soo-ee-tooq, from Inuktitut meaning place where the sun does not rise) is a national park located on northwest Bathurst Island in Nunavut.

It was established on September 1,becoming Canada's 45th national park. This area was chosen to represent the Western High Arctic natural region, one of 39 such regions identified by Parks Canada. OCLC Number: Notes: Held May, University of Alaska, Fairbanks.

Description: x, pages: illustrations ; 28 cm. Contents: Status of the muskox in Greenland / Henning Thing, Poul Henrichsen and Poul Lassen --Status of muskoxen in Sweden / Nils G. Lundh --Muskoxen in captivity in Europe and Asia, April / Einar Alendal --Muskoxen in the USSR, some results of and.

Critiques responsibility in tourism from a discursive perspective. While studies have approached responsible tourism as a product consumed by an ethically oriented market segment and renowned habitat for charismatic animals like caribou, muskoxen, wolf, and grizzly bear.

Arguably. LICHEN USE BY WILDLIFE IN NORTH AMERICA. Stephen Sharnoff and Roger Rosentreter (Bureau of Land Management, Idaho) Updated: February 2, Return to Lichens and Wildlife. Go to LICHENS AND INVERTEBRATES: A BRIEF REVIEW AND BIBLIOGRAPHY. Many species of hummingbird use lichens to decorate their nests.

Discovery and Description of the “Davtiani” Morphotype for Teladorsagia boreoarcticus (Trichostrongyloidea: Ostertagiinae) Abomasal Parasites In Muskoxen, Ovibos moschatus, and Caribou, Rangifer tarandus, from the North American Arctic: Implications for Parasite Faunal Diversity. Journal of Parasitology, Vol.

98, Issue. 2, p. Muskox live together in loosely organized herds of about 50 animals that may split or join up with others at all times of the year.

When they are threatened or disturbed, Muskox bunch together in a tight ring facing outwards protecting the young in the centre, a unique defense formation. Located miles from the Arctic Circle, the university's location allowed Barboza to analyze the ecology of arctic ungulates -- reindeer, caribou and muskoxen -- in their natural habitat.

Detailed and ready-to-color drawings of 47 species: rhinoceros, snow leopard, giraffe, reindeer, gorilla, tiger, giant panda, elephant, kangaroo, many more. Brief captions describe habits of each species.

Colorists will find this volume entertaining and educational; artists and designers will find practical use for the royalty-free illustrations. 40 black-and-white illustrations. 13 Dec - General Outcome: Students will demonstrate an understanding and appreciation of how geography, culture, language, heritage, economics and resources shape and change Canada’s communities.(from Alberta Education).

See more ideas about Social studies, Geography and Economics pins. Qausuittuq National Park (pronounced Qow-soo-ee-tooq, from Inuktitut meaning "place where the sun does not rise") is a national park on northwest Bathurst Island in Nunavut. The park cov km², almost two thirds of Bathurst Island.

It is larger than Kosovo. The name was selected through a. Harmsen, P. Grogan, in Encyclopedia of Ecology (Second Edition), The Muskox of Banks Island in Canada׳s Northwest Territories. The muskox (Ovibos moschatus) is a surviving species of the Pleistocene megafauna; it survived the ice age both in Beringia and south of the ice sheet in what is now southern Canada and the northern United has a very long adaptive history in arctic.

calving ground for the Porcupine caribou herd, the largest in Alaska (approximatelyanimals), reintroduced Muskoxen, and critical habitat for the endangered peregrine falcon, snow geese and other migra­ tory bird species.

Climatic and Habitat Conditions Arctic weather sharply contrasts with weather in other parts of Alaska. Arctic wolf has keen sense of hearing, smell and eyesight, which are used for identification of potential prey.

Arctic wolf is a carnivore. Its diet is based on the Arctic fox, caribou, muskoxen, Arctic hare, lemming and seals. Arctic wolf has strong jaws filled with 42.

To determine whether polar bears are a threat to muskoxen, the researcher dressed as a polar bear. On Wrangel Island in the Arctic Ocean, the researcher approached the muskoxen herds on all fours.

arctic wolf facts - Basics. Average Weight: 32 to 70kg ( lbs) Average Length: to cm long ( feet). Breeding Pattern: As with other kinds of wolves, only the top ranking alpha and beta females in a pack will be allowed to mate and reproduce. This ensures that possibly scarce food resources at the critical time will not be spread too thinly across too many pups which could.

Assuming the survey was representative of what was happening elsewhere, he calculated that only about caribou and just muskoxen survived in the region's 30 islands. In more grisly terms, his findings meant that in 27, square kilometers (10, sq. mi.). Caribou, North America’s wild reindeer, have lives apart from their famous role on Christmas Eve.

To learn more about how these Arctic antler-bearers spend the other days of the year, we talked to USGS caribou expert Dr. Layne Adams, who has studied these animals for more than 35 years. Buy Böcke, Takine & Moschusochsen [Goats, Takins & Muskoxen] (): NHBS - Christian Matschei, Filander Verlag.

Woodland caribou (Rangifer tarandus caribou) are medium-sized ( kg) members of the deer family. The taxonomy (classification) and systematics (evolutionary history) of caribou in Canada are uncertain. Based on mitochondrial DNA, caribou in North America evolved from two founding groups (clades) that differentiated in isolation during the last (Wisconsinan) glaciation.

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Life History and Current Status of Muskoxen in the NWT. (In Russian) Kazmin V.D. Population dynamics and migration routes on Vrangel island. In the book: Biological Problems of the North. Yakushkin G.D. The daily and seasonal activity of musk-oxen. In the book: The Ecology and Economic Use of Land Fauna of Northern Yenisei.

Between and he conducted research in Canada's High Arctic on the behaviour of muskoxen, arctic hare, arctic wolves, and red-throated loons for the Canadian Museum of Nature. In conjunction with studies of wolves and muskoxen he also studied the ecology of Peary caribou.

Dave has been an independent researcher and consultant since. Dress like a polar bear: learning to love muskoxen at 15 below zero profiles Berger’s studies of inhospitable ecosystems, ranging from the high latitudes above the Arctic Circle, to the.CHAPTER THREE Emerging Questions.

All global climate models forced with increasing greenhouse gases project that the Arctic will continue to warm at a faster rate than that of the rest of the globe, with concomitant losses in the ice and snow (IPCC, ) that form the fabric of the Arctic as we have known it ().In each of the sections that follow, we identify and discuss in detail emerging.

With a caribou population ofin the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge, the Gwich’in hunt an estimated 3, each year (Patterson,para.

4). One fundamental Gwich’in belief is that “every caribou has a bit of the human heart in them; and every human has a bit of caribou heart,” undermining the spiritual and cultural.