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Patterns of activity of subarctic voles Open Access
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Voles--Behavior--Northwest Territories--Heart Lake Region.
Clethrionomys--Behavior--Northwest Territories--Heart Lake Region.
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Herman, Thomas Bruce.
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Activity and movements of female red-backed voles, Clethrionomys gapperi, were monitored by radio telemetry from July 1973 to August 1974 in a 900 sq. m. natural enclosure of undisturbed jack pine. Part of an ongoing study of Clethrionomys gapperi at Heart Lake Biological Station, NWT.
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