Assessing effectiveness of caribou management systems: Alaska's Western Arctic Herd and Canada's Beverly and Qamanirjuaq Herds
Keywords:Western Arctic Herd, Beverly and Qamanirjuaq herd, caribou management, comanagement, indigenous people
AbstractOur hope is that this analysis will highlight the best elements of each management system, which collectively will serve as a model to improve the management of large caribou herds in North America.
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