Vol 31 (2011): Special Issue No. 19

Table of Contents

Proceedings

Rolf Egil Haugerud (editor in chief), Robert Otto, Sabrina Ellsworth (issue editors)
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Contents

List of contents
 
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Preface

Preface
 
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Obituaries

Penote (Pen) Michel
 
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Neal Phillip Perry Simon
 
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15

Articles

Maria L. Arlt, Micheline Manseau
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A. Alan Arsenault, Micheline Manseau
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Natasha L. Carr, Arthur R. Rodgers, Steven R. Kingston, Douglas J. Lowman
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49-61
Megan E. Hazell, Mark E. Taylor
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63-73
Kyle Joly
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75-85
Jesse N. Popp, James A. Schaefer, Frank F. Mallory
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87-95
Kirkby G. Smith, Lois Pittaway
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97-102
Anne Hubbs, Piotr Weclaw, Michael Sullivan, Nicole McCutchen
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103-118
Michaela J. Waterhouse, Harold M. Armleder, Amanda F. L. Nemec
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119-134
Lars Witting, Christine Cuyler
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Abstracts

Limiting factors for barren-ground caribou during winter — interactions of fire, lichen, and snow
Tara Barrier, Chris Johnson
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An integrated approach to communicating and implementing community-based caribou health monitoring
Ryan K. Brook et al.
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Application of a molecular tool to describe the diversity and distribution of gastro-intestinal parasites in northern caribou
Nathan P. deBruyn et al.
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Besnoitiosis in caribou: What we know and what we don't know
Julie Ducrocq et al.
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Characterization of woodland caribou (Rangifer tarandus caribou) calving habitat in the boreal plains and boreal shield ecozones of Manitoba and Saskatchewan
Casidhe Dyke, Micheline Manseau
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Spatial and temporal variations in lichen forage biomass as estimated from LANDSAT 5 satellite images
Tobias Falldorf, Olav Strand
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Use of fecal genotyping to estimate population demographics in the North Interlake woodland caribou herd
Peter N. Hettinga et al.
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Development and survival of Ostertagia gruehneri under natural and artificially warmed conditions on the Canadian tundra
Bryanne M. Hoar, Susan Kutz
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Caribou, primary prey and wolf spatial relationships in northeastern Alberta
A. David M. Latham, Stan Boutin
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Stability of reindeer harems according to male age and social rank
Leon L'Italien et al.
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Relationship between landscape connectivity and gene flow for boreal caribou: clues for conservation
Micheline Manseau et al.
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Predator assessment in Alberta's woodland caribou ranges
Nicole McCutchen
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A comprehensive and corporate caribou observation database for Ontario
Gerry Racey, Jennifer Chikoski
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Distance- versus patch-based movements of woodland caribou during spring dispersion in northern Quebec
Tyler D. Rudolph et al.
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Frame size and caribou population cycles: a modeling approach
Don Russell et al.
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Does the basic ecology of woodland caribou (R.t. caribou) vary within different environmental settings? A comparison of movement patterns in female caribou inhabiting different ecosystems in north-eastern Canada
Isabelle Schmelzer et al.
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A simple time series approach can be used to estimate individual wild reindeer calving dates and calving sites from GPS tracking data
Olav Strand et al.
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Factors affecting the body condition of female-calf pairs in two herds of migratory caribou in Northern Québec/Labrador
Joëlle Taillon et al.
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Insect-weather indicies and the effects of insect harassment on caribou behaviour and activity budgets
Leslie A. Witter
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Acknowledgements

Acknowledgements
Rob Otto
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