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2012

Citation

Chisana Caribou Herd Working, Group, 2012, Management Plan for the Chisana Caribou Herd 2010-2015: Government of Yukon, Department of Environment: Whitehorse, Yukoon, 48 p.-48 p.

Summary

The Chisana caribou herd (CCH) is a small international herd occurring in Yukon and Alaska on the Klutlan Plateau and near the headwaters of the White River. During the 1990s through 2003, the herd experienced a long and steady decline in population. Low recruitment, predation, climate, habitat, and harvest pressure likely all contributed to the decline. From 2003 to 2006, a recovery effort designed to increase recruitment and calf survival was conducted. Pregnant cows were captured and enclosed within a holding pen during the last weeks of gestation and a few weeks following calving. During recovery planning and upon the completion of the program, the need for a management plan was stressed by the recovery team. As a result, a working [...]

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nwblcc-20160306.xml

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Report Number http://sciencebase.gov/vocab/identifierScheme 978-1-55362-610-7

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