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Biology and control of Russian thistle (Salsola tragus L.) in bighorn sheep (Ovis canadensis Shaw) winter ranges in montane grasslands of Jasper National Park, Alberta, CanadaDownload
Russian thistle (Salsola tragus L.) invaded areas of native montane grassland important to winter survival of bighorn sheep (Ovis canadensis Shaw) were studied in Jasper National Park, Alberta, Canada. The biology of Russian thistle and its control in the Park were studied in the field and...
The Culture, Ecology and Restoration project in Jasper National Park ran for three years with a large multidisciplinary research team. The aim of the Project was to advance a restorative model of park management. It was cast as a piolot project, one in which new ideas and approaches could be...
Plant and soil biophysical properties for evaluating land reclamation in Jasper National Park, CanadaDownload
Jasper National Park has numerous disturbances in the montane and subalpine ecoregions of varying ages and causes, such as pipelines, road ways, trade waste pits and recreational activities. These disturbances are in various degrees of effective reclamation, in some cases soil conditions have...
Increasing levels of human activity in mountainous areas have high potential to inhibit animal movement across and among valleys. We examined how wolves respond to roads, trails, and other developments. We recorded the movements of two wolf packs for two winters by following their tracks in the...
The Backcountry as Home: Park Wardens, Families, and Jasper National Park’s District Cabin System, 1952-1972Download
This research examines home life as experienced by single and married National Park Wardens, their partners and children who resided year-round in the backcountry of Jasper National Park (JNP) between 1952 and 1972. Since the establishment of JNP in 1907, park wardens were responsible for...