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In central Saskatchewan, boreal woodland caribou population declines have been documented in the 1940s and again in the 1980s. Although both declines led to a ban in sport hunting, a recovery was only seen in the 1950s and was attributed to wolf control and hunting closure. Recent studies suggest...

Author(s)
Arlt, M. L.; Manseau, M.
Publisher
Nordic Council for Reindeer Research (NOR), Tromsø, Norway
Citation
Rangifer, 2011, 31, 2, pp 17-31
Abstract

Protection of nature for biodiversity, and for the material livelihoods of Indigenous peoples, have much in common. Indigenous relations to nature are, however, based on unity between use and protection, implying that human use is necessary for effective protection. Often protected areas include...

Author(s)
Riseth, J. Å.
Publisher
Blackwell Publishing, Melbourne, Australia
Citation
Geographical Research, 2007, 45, 2, pp 177-185
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European grasslands encompass a wide range of habitats that vary greatly in terms of their management, agricultural productivity, socio-economic value and nature conservation status, reflecting local differences in physical environment and economy, the effects of traditional practices and impacts...

Author(s)
Hopkins, A.; Holz, B.
Publisher
Estonian Grassland Society, Tartu, Estonia
Citation
Integrating efficient grassland farming and biodiversity. Proceedings of the 13th International Occasional Symposium of the European Grassland Federation, Tartu, Estonia, 29-31 August 2005, 2005, pp 15-29
Abstract

The Hunting Fishing and Trapping Co-ordinating Committee (HFTCC), created at the signature of the James Bay and Northern Quebec Agreement has been meeting regularly since 1977. Early in the process, it became clear that the perception of the role and powers of the Committee were not commonly shared ...

Author(s)
Dion, R.
Publisher
Nordic Council for Reindeer Research (NOR), Tromsø, Norway
Citation
Rangifer, 2003, No.Special Issue 14, pp 307-311
Abstract

In an empirical application, this study examines the value associated with enhancing the population of a threatened species, woodland caribou in Alberta, using both contingent valuation method (CVM) and choice experiments (CE). Also, information was combined from both techniques to test for...

Author(s)
Adamowicz, W.; Boxall, P.; Williams, M.; Louviere, J.
Publisher
Stationery Office, London, UK
Citation
The living forest: non-market benefits of forestry. Proceedings of an International Symposium on Non-market Benefits of Forestry, Edinburgh, UK, 24-28 June 1996, 1999, pp 83-90
Abstract

Much of Alberta's woodland caribou (Rangifer tarandus caribou) range outside protected areas is subject to commercial forest management. Six forest companies holding Forest Management Agreements (FMAs) in Alberta were consulted. Forest managers were most concerned about the reductions in the annual ...

Author(s)
Brown, W. K.
Citation
Rangifer, 1998, Special Issue No. 10, pp 213-219
Abstract

Woodland caribou (Rangifer tarandus caribou) are found across northern Ontario, occurring in both the Hudson Bay lowlands and the boreal forest. Woodland caribou extend south well into the merchantable forest, occurring in licensed and/or actively managed Forest Management Units across the...

Author(s)
Armstrong, T.
Citation
Rangifer, 1998, Special Issue No. 10, pp 221-230
Abstract

A discussion of the national and regional importance of non-wood forest products (wild berries and edible fungi, hunting, recreational fishing, reindeer husbandry and ecotourism) in Finland.

Author(s)
Saastamoinen, O.
Publisher
European Forest Institute, Joensuu, Finland
Citation
EFI Proceedings, 1996, No. 9, pp 181-190
Abstract

Since 1982, P. tenuis has occurred in 6 Rangifer tarandus tarandus, 2 Hippotragus niger and one Oryx dammah at the National Zoological Park's Conservation and Research Centre near Front Royal, Virginia, USA. Clinical signs began with ataxia of the rear legs, often progressing to paraplegia. The...

Author(s)
Nichols, D. K.; Montali, R. J.; Bush, M.; Phillips, L. G.; Collins, L.
Citation
Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the American Association of Zoo Veterinarians, Chicago, Illinois, 2-6 November 1986., 1986, pp 27-28

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