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Vancouver Island Roosevelt Elk/Intensive Forestry Interaction-phase (1981-1986). Job Completion Report (Also printed as IWIFR-33) Brunt, K.R.
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Abstract: Roosevelt elk (Cervus elaphus roosevelti) on Vancouver Island are a highly prized species for hunters and non-consumptive users alike. In 1988, over 7000 hunters appl ied for 239 avai lab1 e permits to hunt elk on the Island, indicating that the current supply falls far short of the recreational demand for the species. Successful management of elk on Vancouver Island depends upon the protection and provision of important elk habitats through integrated forest and wi Id1 ife habitat management, Knowledge about elk habitat needs and the impacts of intensive forest management practices on these needs is required for effective integrated management of both resources. This study was initiated in 1980 to provide such information. The project i s part of the Integrated Wildlife-Intensive Forestry Research (IWIFR) program, a cooperative effort of the British Columbia Ministry of Environment and Ministry o f Forests.
 
Brunt, K.R., Becker, D.Q.; Youds, J.A.. 1989. Vancouver Island Roosevelt Elk/Intensive Forestry Interaction-phase (1981-1986). Job Completion Report (Also printed as IWIFR-33). Ministry of Environment. Wildlife Bulletin. B51
 
Topic: Conservation + Management (Ecosystems-Habitat)
Keywords: roosevelt elk, forestry, interaction phase, hunter, non-consumptive user
ISSN: 0829-9560 Scientific Name: Cervus canadensis
ISBN: 0-7726-1003-7 English Name: Elk
Other Identifier: Ministry of Forests IWIFR-33
 
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