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Systematic collection of bear--human interaction information for Alaska's national parks

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2007

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Wilder, James M., DeBruyn, Terry D., Smith, Tom S., and Southwould, Angie, 2007, Systematic collection of bear--human interaction information for Alaska's national parks: Ursus, v. 18, no. 2, p. 209-216.

Summary

We present a database application designed to standardize the collection and entry of brown and black bear (Ursus arctos and U. americanus)--human interaction data, formalize data storage methods, and analyze patterns of bear--human interactions in Alaska's National Parks. The National Park Service Alaska Region Bear--Human Information Management System (BHIMS) facilitates the systematic collection of biologically relevant data, consolidates bear management information, helps identify management priorities, facilitates the development of science-based bear management plans, helps evaluate the effectiveness of management strategies, helps provide more effective bear safety messages, creates permanent digital copies of original data, [...]

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3397 record import test
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NWBLCC-20160406.xml

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