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- 41Edmonton Social Planning Council
- 9Novak, Frank
- 8Adewale, A.
- 8Birdsell, J.M.
- 8Estabrooks, C.
- 8Newton, M.S.
- 72Edmonton Social Planning Council (ESPC)
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- 37Resource Economics and Environmental Sociology, Department of
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Forage and habitat selection of tame moose (Alces alces) in a 65 ha enclosure were studied for an annual cycle. Although the staple winter foods were woody twigs, moose consumed large amounts of leaf litter and bark under some environmental conditions. Foliage dominated the diet following leaf...
The objectives of this study are: 1.To apply the Principal Component Analysis method (PCA) to determine the groupings of the mixtures of developmental toxicants. 2.To determine if there is non spatial correlation between rates of CHD and component groupings of mixtures of developmental toxicants.
Presented to the Alberta Council on Aging Conference on Funding Seniors' Community Needs : New Wells for Well-being