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Deer and Elk Habitats in Coastal Forests of Southern British Columbia Nyberg, J. B.
1990
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Abstract: In the last 20 years, land managers and the public in British Columbia have become increasingly concerned about the effects of timber management programs on non-timber resources such as wildlife. Nowhere is the interest in interactions between forestry and wildlife greater than on the south coast. On Vancouver island and the adjacent mainland, highly valuable timber and thriving populations of Columbian black-tailed deer and Roosevelt elk often occupy the same land areas. Logging and silvicultural activities yield a mixed bag of beneficial and detrimental changes in deer and elk habitats. Wildlife and forest manageers have struggled for years to develop integrated management programs for timber and wildlife that would minimize negative effects and capitalize on positive ones, but success has been limited to date.
 
Nyberg, J. B., Janz, D. W.. 1990. Deer and Elk Habitats in Coastal Forests of Southern British Columbia. Ministries of Environment and Forests. 5
 
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Keywords: deer, elk, roosevelt elk, mule deer, habitat, coastal forest
ISSN:  Scientific Name: Odocoileus hemionus, Cervus canadensis, Cervus canadensis roosevelti
ISBN: 0-7718-8949-6 English Name: Mule Deer, Elk, Roosevelt Elk
Other Identifier: Special Report Series
 
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