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Vancouver Island Roosevelt Elk/Intensive Forestry Interactions: Progress Report 1981-1984.(Also printed as IWIFR-21) Youds, J.
1985
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Abstract: The management of elk (Cervus elaphus roosevelti) on Vancouver Island depends upon the protection and provision of important elk habitats through integrated forest management. Thus, knowledge aboute lk habitat needs and the impacotfs intensive forest management practiceosn these needs is basic for effective integration of both resources. The present study was initiated in 1980 to provide this knowledge. The project is a part of the Integrated Wildlife-Intensive Forestry Research (IWIFR) Program, a five-year co-operative effort between the Ministry of Environment and the Ministry of Forests The general objective of the elk research project is to collect information on elk habitat use in immature forests, and to use this information in formulating management recommendations. Specific objectives are to examine the effects of silvicultural activities on elk: i) seasonal habitat use; ii) food habits; iii) migratory habits; iv) animal condition; and v) population status.
 
Youds, J., Brunt, K.; Becker, D.. 1985. Vancouver Island Roosevelt Elk/Intensive Forestry Interactions: Progress Report 1981-1984.(Also printed as IWIFR-21). Ministry of Environment; Ministry of Forests. Wildlife Bulletin. B37
 
Topic: Conservation + Mgmt (Wildlife, Fish, Plant)
Keywords: management, cervus elaphus roosevelti, elk, intensive, forestry
ISSN:  Scientific Name: Cervus canadensis
ISBN:  English Name: Elk
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