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- Crête, Michel
- Canadian journal of zoology 1989 v.67 no.2 pp. 373-380
- Abies balsamea; Alces alces; adults; branches; carrying capacity; forage; forage production; habitats; summer; telemetry; winter; Quebec
- ... Estimation of moose density ranged between 18 and 20 animals/10 km² in a 120-km² boreal area of eastern Quebec that has been excluded from hunting for many decades. Moose were sedentary; 81% of telemetry locations of 12 adults (6 of each sex) that were captured in the area were within the block boundary. Use of winter forage was low for balsam fir, but variable and relatively high (29%) for decidu ...
- Gasaway, W. C.; Dubois, S. D.; Boertje, R. D.; Reed, D. J.; Simpson, D. T.
- Canadian journal of zoology 1989 v.67 no.2 pp. 325-329
- Alces alces; habitats; home range; managers; Alaska
- ... Responses of radio-collared moose (Alces alces) to a 500-km² burn in central Alaska were described using prefire and postfire movements. Moose with low prefire contact with the burned area increased use following the fire. Increased use resulted from moose shifting home ranges and allocating more time to areas previously used for migration. Moose with high prefire contact decreased use following f ...