Canadian Forest Service Publications
Publications by A.R. Rodgers
Semi-automated bird song recognition as a tool in conservation and sustainable forest management.
Catalog ID: 37411
Available from: Great Lakes Forestry Centre
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Space-use behaviour of woodland caribou based on a cognitive movement model.
Avgar, T.; Baker, J.A.; Brown, G.S.; Hagens, J.; Kittle, A.M.; Mallon, E.; Mcgreer, M.T.; Mosser, A.; Newmaster, S.G.; Patterson, B.R.; Reid, D.E.; Rodgers, A.R.; Shuter, J.; Street, G.M.; Thompson, I.D.; Turetsky, M.; Wiebe, P.A.; Fryxell, J.M.
Wolves adapt territory size, not pack size to local habitat quality.
Kittle, A.M.; Anderson, M.; Avgar, T.; Baker, J.A.; Brown, G.S.; Hagens, J.; Iwachewski, E.; Moffat, S.; Mosser, A.; Patterson, B.R.; Reid, D.E.; Rodgers, A.R.; Shuter, J.; Street, G.M.; Thompson, I.D.; Vander Vennen, L.M.; Fryxell, J.M.
Factors influencing the seasonal diet selection by woodland caribou (Rangifer tarandus tarandus) in boreal forest in Ontario.
Examination of two new technologies to assess the diet of woodland caribou: video recorders attached to collars and DNA barcoding.
Application of a high-resolution animal-borne remote video camera with global positioning for wildlife study: observations on the secret lives of woodland caribou.
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