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Moose Conservation in the National Wildlife Refuge System, Usa

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Year
2009

Citation

West, Robin L., 2009, Moose Conservation in the National Wildlife Refuge System, Usa: Alces: A Journal Devoted to the Biology and Management of Moose, v. 45, p. 59-65.

Summary

The National Wildlife Refuge System in the United States includes about 150 million acres of lands and waters within 550 refuges managed for conservation. A variety of laws, regulations, and management polices help ensure these areas will be preserved for future generations. In a web-based survey, 35 refuges reported having established populations of moose (A ices alces) within their boundaries with nearly 40 million acres of moose habitat, 99% in Alaska. The 4 recognized sub-species of moose in North America were represented on refuges found in 12 states. Approximately 39,000 moose were reported inhabiting refuges in the USA; about 38,000 in Alaska. Only 9 refuges used management practices specifically to benefit moose, primarily [...]

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Author :
West, Robin L.

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3397 record import test
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NWBLCC-20160406.xml

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ISSN http://sciencebase.gov/vocab/identifierScheme 08355851

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