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Population dynamics of moose and predators in Game Management Unit 13

J. Ward Testa

Population dynamics of moose and predators in Game Management Unit 13

by J. Ward Testa

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Published by Alaska Dept. of Fish and Game, Division of Wildlife Conservation in Juneau, AK (P.O. Box 25526, Juneau 99802) .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Alaska,
  • Alaska.
    • Subjects:
    • Moose -- Alaska -- Statistics.,
    • Wildlife management -- Alaska.,
    • Predation (Biology) -- Alaska.,
    • Mammal populations -- Alaska.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementJ. Ward Testa.
      GenreStatistics.
      SeriesFederal aid in wildlife restoration research progress report
      ContributionsAlaska. Division of Wildlife Conservation.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsQL737.U55 T47 2001
      The Physical Object
      Paginationii, 43 p. :
      Number of Pages43
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3646723M
      LC Control Number2002485212
      OCLC/WorldCa47832466

      Density-dependent—food source. If there is only enough food to feed moose, a population of moose will lead to intraspecies competition, with some moose dying out. Density-independent—regardless of the size of the moose population, climate change has . For a wide range of moose abundance (i.e., moose per km2), moose growth rate tends to increase with moose density (red dashed line). For this range of abundances, the population is unstable. But we get a different sense is if we also consider the highest density of moose ever observed on Isle Royale ( moose/km2 in ) and the subsequent.

      Search in titles only Search in Alaska Hunting only. Search. Advanced Search. characterize the current moose population size, distribution, and habitat use. New information is also needed to assess current issues pertaining to human use of the population in the Project region. For management purposes, moose in Game Management Unit (GMU) 13 are monitored annually using aerial trend-count surveys.

        Progress 10/01/96 to 09/30/97 Outputs In its 39th year, this research seeks an understanding of population in an isolated predator-prey system consisting of wolves and moose. The aftershocks of a moose dieoff during the winter of continued well into May, when delayed arival of spring caused an extended period of starvation for moose. Annual population growth rate is equal to the _____ rate minus the _____ rate for the population (use a space and a comma between your answers, eg: a, b). nutrients Runoff from farm fields finds its way to the Gulf of Mexico where it causes a boom in the plankton population.


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Population dynamics of moose and predators in Game Management Unit 13 by J. Ward Testa Download PDF EPUB FB2

TESTA, J.W. Population dynamics of moose and predators in Game Management Unit Federal Aid in Wildlife Restoration Research Progress Report, Project W Alaska Department ofFish and Game, Juneau.W.P. TAYLOR, AND S.D.

MILLER. Impacts of heavy hunting pressure on the. Population Dynamics of Moose and Predators in Game Management Unit 13 J. Ward Testa Research Final Performance Report 1 July –30 June Federal Aid in Wildlife Restoration W to W Study If using information from this report, please credit the author(s) and the Alaska Department of Fish and Game.

Population Dynamics of Moose and Predators in Game Management Unit 13 J. Ward Testa. Federal Aid in Wildlife Restoration Research Progress Report 1 July –30 June Grant W Study This is a progress report on continuing research. Information may be refined at a later date. Population dynamics of moose and predators in Game Management Unit Reference: Testa, J.

Population dynamics of moose and predators in Game Management Unit Alaska Department of Fish and Game, Federal Aid Research Final Performance Report 1 July JuneFederal Aid in Wildlife Restoration StudyJuneau.

Population dynamics of moose and predators in Game Management Unit 13 J. Ward Testa Not In Library. Accessible book, Protected DAISYMammal populations, Habitat, Mice, Moose hunting, Wildlife management, Wolves.

between numbers of predators and moose (Alces a lees). In light of the importance of GMU 13 to the statewide moose harvest and because of its depressed moose population (Ballard et al. a), a series of studies were initiated to investigate predator-prey relationships in Unit File Size: 3MB.

Moose in Game Management U 1 July – 30 June Alaska Department of Fish and Game. Alaska Department of Fish and Game.

Federal aid in wildlife restoration research fina l. Game Management Unit 13A. Species within this unit: Antelope, Bighorn Sheep, Merriam’s Turkey, Mule Deer, Chukar. Unit Boundaries.

Beginning on the western edge of the Hurricane Rim at the Utah state line; southerly along the western edge of the Hurricane Rim to Mohave County Rd. 5 (the Mt. Trumbull Rd.); west along Mohave County Rd. 5 to the town of Mt. Trumbull (Bundyville); south from.

During the s and early s, moose and caribou populations in Unit 13 were just beginning to rebound from a widespread and sign ificant decline, and wolf and brown bear populations had been Author: Howard Golden. Population dynamics and life history trade-offs of moose (Alces alces) in south-central Alaska Article in Ecology 85(5) May with 19 Reads How we measure 'reads'.

Population dynamics of moose and predators in Game Management Unit 13 J. Ward Testa Not In Library. Effects of harvest of grizzly bear population dynamics in the northcen Harry V. Reynolds2 books Wright, John M., 2 books William Taylor, 1 book Bruce W. Dale, 1 book Arthur, Stephen M., 1 book Earl F.

Becker. This has been confirmed by numerical studies, e.g., in the context of evolutionary game theory (EGT) and population dynamics of simple two-strategy games with various types of replication and.

The ADF&G is charged, by the Board of Game and the Alaska Legislature, to manage moose numbers in Unit 13 at the optimum harvest level for the hunting public.

The goal is a spring wolf population Author: John Schandelmeier. Population dynamics of moose and predators in Game Management Unit Federal Aid in Wildlife Restoration Progress Report, Project W, Alaska Department of Fish and Game, Juneau, 8pp. Testa, J.W. Overwinter movements and diving behavior of adult female Weddell seals (Leptonychotes weddellii) in the NW Ross Sea, Antarctica.

In the remaining study area (Game Management Unit [Unit] 20A;Fig. 1), predation was the lowest among the 10 studies, and moose reached the highest densities; as a result, density-dependent food. Hello Friends.

Had a concern regarding this community harvest hunt in Unit I have watched over a dozen bulls taken out of an area I've hunted for a lot of years. The CH allows any bull, and most of these bulls are tweeners. This drainage I hunt only produces 10 to 12 bulls a season, during the regular 20 day Sept season.

So I expect by the time over CH harvest hunters get done, there. Schwanke, R. Unit 13 wolf management report. Pages 93– in P. Harper, editor. Wolf management report of survey and inventory activities 1 July –30 June Alaska Department of Fish and Game.

Project Juneau, Alaska. W.J. Testa, “Population dynamics of moose and predators in Game Management Unit 13” (f01moo_predpdf). Winterkill also occasionally affected moose population dynamics.

Ballard et al. () documented substantial winterkill among radiocollared calves (not radiocollared yearlings or ad) in winter – in Unit 13 (9 of 14 Oct calves died from winterkill). In addition, Boertje et al. () documented that 16 of 42 October calves (38%) diedFile Size: 1MB.

The predator-prey dynamics of wolves and moose in the northern Columbia Mountains: spatial and functional patterns in relation to mountain caribou decline. Prepared by: Shannon Stotyn, University of Alberta. Robert Serrouya, Revelstoke Mountain Caribou Research Project ([email protected]) Bruce McLellan, BC Ministry of Forests, Research Branch.

The moose is the world’s largest deer – fully-grown adult males can weigh up to a whopping kg. –, and its humongous antlers constitute formidable weapons not to underestimate, since they can effortlessly disembowel a threatening animal – not t. The Tanana Flats moose population south of Fairbanks went from Management U hereafter Unit 13) (State of Alaska a).

Unlike other areas of 8 management actions based on particular assumptions about predator-prey dynamics.Figure 1: Moose harvest statistics for Management Unit (Spillimacheen) from tocalculated from hunter survey data. Total moose harvested in was the number of compulsory inspection moose tooth samples submitted for MU and we assumed that % of drawn hunters participated in the hunt.options would be carried out for Game Management Zone 5B, which encompasses Management Units and The assessment was originally to be delivered during In order that the assessment be supported by current information on the status of the moose population, a new moose population survey was Size: KB.