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Restoration of wolverines, considerations for translocation and post-release monitoring
Author(s): Robert Inman
Year: 2013
Journal/Source: NA
Publisher: Wolverine Translocation Techniques Working Group
Full Citation: Restoration of Wolverines, considerations for translocation and post-release monitoring
Considerations for Translocation and Post-Release Monitoring of Wolverines
Author(s): Robert Inman et al
Year: 2013
Journal/Source: N/A
Publisher: Wolverine Translocation Techniques Working Group
Full Citation: Restoration of Wolverines: Considerations for Translocation and Post-release Monitoring
Conservation planning for climate change impacts to lowland boreal wetlands in the Adirondack Park, NY
Author(s): Zoe Smith, Michelle Glennon, Erika Rowland and Molly Cross
Year: 2010
Journal/Source: Workshop Summary
Full Citation: Conservation planning for climate change impacts to lowland boreal wetlands in the Adirondack Park, NY
Wolverines - Central Linkage Ecosystem
Author(s): David Ellenberger
Wolverines - Potential Habitat
Author(s): David Ellenberger
Wolverines - A Metapopulation Dependent On Linkage
Author(s): David Ellenberger
Culturally-based Wildlife Conservation on Native American Lands - A Challenge of Scale and Governance
Author(s): Matthews, S.M, Higley, J. M., Hilty, J.A. and Wang, K. Eds. Redford, K. H., and Grippo, C.
Year: 2008
Description/Abstract: The Hupa people living on the Hoopa Valley Indian Reservation now have management rights to their lands. In assuming management responsibilities, the tribe has worked diligently to develop a better understanding of the needs of threatened, endangered, and culturally significant wildlife and plant species. The need to fill information gaps for such species has led the Hoopa Tribe to cultivate a collaborative relationship with the Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS) in order to develop management recommendations for the imperiled, culturally significant, and forest-dependent fisher (Martes pennanti).
Full Citation: Matthews, S.M, Higley, J. M., Hilty, J.A. and Wang, K. 2008. Culturally-based Wildlife Conservation on Native American Lands: A Challenge of Scale and Governance, in Redford, K.H. and Grippo, C.,eds. Protected Areas, Governance, and Scale. WCS Working Paper No. 36. 2008.
2009 WCS Greater Yellowstone Wolverine Program Progress Report
Author(s): Robert Inman, Mark Packila, Kris Inman, Bryan Aber, Rob Spence, Deborah McCauley
Year: 2009
Description/Abstract: This annual report summarizes the conservation work and outcomes of the WCS Greater Yellowstone Wolverine Program in 2009.
Publisher: WCS
Full Citation: Robert Inman, Mark Packila, Kris Inman, Bryan Aber, Rob Spence, Deborah McCauley. WCS Greater Yellowstone Wolverine Program Progress Report. 2009
2008 WCS Greater Yellowstone Wolverine Program Progress Report
Author(s): Robert Inman, Mark Packila, Kris Inman, Bryan Aber, Rob Spence, Deborah McCauley
Year: 2008
Description/Abstract: This annual report summarizes the conservation work and outcomes of the WCS Greater Yellowstone Wolverine Program in 2008.
Publisher: WCS
Full Citation: Robert Inman, Mark Packila, Kris Inman, Bryan Aber, Rob Spence, Deborah McCauley. WCS Greater Yellowstone Wolverine Program Progress Report. 2008
2007 WCS Greater Yellowstone Wolverine Program Progress Report
Author(s): Robert Inman, Mark Packila, Kris Inman, Bryan Aber, Rob Spence, Deborah McCauley
Year: 2007
Description/Abstract: This annual report summarizes the conservation work and outcomes of the WCS Greater Yellowstone Wolverine Program in 2007.
Publisher: WCS
Full Citation: Robert Inman, Mark Packila, Kris Inman, Bryan Aber, Rob Spence, Deborah McCauley. WCS Greater Yellowstone Wolverine Program Progress Report. 2007
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