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- 1Beare, Stephen S.
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- 1Martell, Arthur Melvin.
The role of habitat heterogeneity and female spacing behaviour in density regulation of Clethrionomys gapperiDownload
Doctoral thesis. Results of a live-trapping study conducted near Lesser Slave Lake, Alberta.
Numbers, reproduction and growth of Clethrionomys rutilus (Mammalia: Cricetidae) from islands in the upper Mackenzie River and adjacent mainlandDownload
Masters thesis. Populations of the northern redbacked vole, Clethrionomys rutilus, were studied on seven islands in the upper Mackenzie River, and at two sites on adjacent mainland.
Population dynamics of island populations of subarctic Clethrionomys rutilus and Peromyscus maniculatusDownload
"A thesis submitted to the Faculty of Graduate Studies and Research in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Master of Science, Department of Zoology.""Spring, 1980."Includes bibliographical references (leaves 112-148).Vole and deer mice populations on two islands in the...
Masters thesis. Qualitatively and quantitatively documents the agonistic behaviour of captive male brown lemmings. Lemmings used in the experiments were originally from Point Barrow and maintained since 1962 as a colony at the Arctic Research Center in College, Alaska. Shipments to the University...
Doctoral thesis. Study of the red-backed vole on Mackenzie Delta sites from 1971 to 1973.
Ecology of the muskrat (Ondatra zibethicus spatulatus) on the Peace-Athabasca Delta, Wood Buffalo National ParkDownload
Masters thesis. Study of muskrat population during period of declining water levels.
Relative abundance and habitat relationships of Clethrionomys rutilus in the south-central Yukon TerritoryDownload
Masters thesis. A study of small mammals on the South Canol Road, south-central Yukon, particularly the northern red-backed vole (Clethrionomys rutilus).