Moose movements and habitat use along the upper Susitna River near Devil's Canyon /

Between October 1976 and January 1979 moose movements and population were studied along the Susitna River in order to access potential effects of proposed hydroelectric development. Radio collars and visual collars were placed on adults captured between the confluences of the Maclaren River and Devi...

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Main Author: Taylor, Kenton P.,
Additional Author(s):Ballard, Warren B.
Corporate Contributor(s):Alaska. Department of Fish and Game.
Report Numbers:APA 1053
Series:Document (Susitna Hydroelectric Project) ; no. 1053.
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Summary:Between October 1976 and January 1979 moose movements and population were studied along the Susitna River in order to access potential effects of proposed hydroelectric development. Radio collars and visual collars were placed on adults captured between the confluences of the Maclaren River and Devil Creek. Movement behavior ranged from sedimentary to migrations of over 150 kilometers.
Physical Description:p. 169-186 : 2 maps ; 20 cm.
Notes:Caption title.

Authors are affiliated with Alaska Department of Fish and Game in Talkeetna and Glennallen.
Related Titles:Originally issued in: North American Moose Conference and Workshop (15th : 1979 : Soldotna-Kenai, Alaska). Proceedings Thunder Bay, Ont. : School of Forestry, Lakehead University, [1979]
Bibliography:Includes bibliographical references (p. 185-186).