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Population dynamics of moose and predators in game management unit 13

J. Ward Testa

Population dynamics of moose and predators in game management unit 13

by J. Ward Testa

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Published by Alaska Department of Fish and Game, Division of Wildlife Conservation in [Juneau, AK] .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Alaska,
  • Alaska.
    • Subjects:
    • Moose -- Alaska -- Statistics.,
    • Wildlife management -- Alaska.,
    • Predation (Biology) -- Alaska.,
    • Mammal populations -- Alaska.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementJ. Ward Testa.
      GenreStatistics.
      SeriesFederal aid in wildlife restoration research progress report
      ContributionsAlaska. Division of Wildlife Conservation.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsQL737.U55 T47 1997
      The Physical Object
      Paginationi, 24 p. :
      Number of Pages24
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL419917M
      LC Control Number98124153

      Density-dependent—food source. If there is only enough food to feed moose, a population of moose will lead to intraspecies competition, with some moose dying out. Density-independent—regardless of the size of the moose population, climate change has . For a wide range of moose abundance (i.e., moose per km2), moose growth rate tends to increase with moose density (red dashed line). For this range of abundances, the population is unstable. But we get a different sense is if we also consider the highest density of moose ever observed on Isle Royale ( moose/km2 in ) and the subsequent.

      Search in titles only Search in Alaska Hunting only. Search. Advanced Search. characterize the current moose population size, distribution, and habitat use. New information is also needed to assess current issues pertaining to human use of the population in the Project region. For management purposes, moose in Game Management Unit (GMU) 13 are monitored annually using aerial trend-count surveys.   Progress 10/01/96 to 09/30/97 Outputs In its 39th year, this research seeks an understanding of population in an isolated predator-prey system consisting of wolves and moose. The aftershocks of a moose dieoff during the winter of continued well into May, when delayed arival of spring caused an extended period of starvation for moose.

      Annual population growth rate is equal to the _____ rate minus the _____ rate for the population (use a space and a comma between your answers, eg: a, b). nutrients Runoff from farm fields finds its way to the Gulf of Mexico where it causes a boom in the plankton population. Table 1. Comparison of aerial survey results for moose in Wildlife Management Unit in and Year Population Estimate (90% confidence limits) Moose/km2 Ratio to Females Males Juveniles 2, (±%) 31 51 2, (±%) 24   All right fellow Unit 13 hunters, the board of game has received numerous proposals for the special meeting that they are holding in Glennallen on March Among them is a host of proposals regarding the community moose hunt, including shutting it down completely. Please take the poll, indicating the option that most closely agrees with your opinion, THEN comment where you live and .


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Population dynamics of moose and predators in game management unit 13 by J. Ward Testa Download PDF EPUB FB2

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