Series: Canadian Circumpolar Institute: Occasional Publications Volume: 35
By: LN Carbyn (Editor), SH Fritts (Editor), DR Seip (Editor)
620 pages, b/w illustrations, maps, tables
A compilation of highly sought-after research focusing on wolf management and recovery programs in North America. Reviews the status of wolves in Canada, the United States, Greenland, and the Trans-Himalayan region. Specific chapters address several themes: historical perspectives and the evolution of wolf-human relationships; the status, biology, and management of wolves; restoration, reintroduction, and control programs; wolf-prey dynamics and implications of conservation practices; behavior and social interactions; taxonomy; diseases and physiology; and, research and management techniques. Proceedings of the Second North American Symposium on Wolves, 1992.
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