Ecology of an introduced caribou population on Southampton Island, N.W.T., Canada Open Access
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Animal introduction--Nunavut--Southampton Island.
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University of Alberta
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Doctoral thesis. Documents the dynamics of the Southampton Island (Northwest Territories) caribou population from introduction (1967) to 1991; explores the relationships between growth, body condition, reproduction, and food availability in caribou; investigates the consequences of caribou grazing on the vegetation cover; and, analyzes the response, net production and chemical composition, of caribou forage to defoliation.
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