Edited By: MJ Wilson
252 pages, Figs, tabs
One of the most comprehensive field research projects ever attempted, The Starkey Project examines the effects of land use on elk and mule deer in national forests and other public lands. Balancing uses such as timber harvest, road access, livestock grazing, and hunting in relation to the needs of mule deer and elk are a few of the key issues addressed in this research.
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