The November issue of the Journal of Wildlife Management

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Boreal caribou face a host of disturbances, both natural and industrial, and they can affect the species very differently. In the featured article of the November issue of the Journal of Wildlife Management, researchers found significant declines across five populations of woodland caribou are likely due to disturbance from the oil and gas sector and not from fire. Other articles look at the effectiveness of partial sedation to reduce stress in captured mule deer, variation in survival and harvest rates in Florida mottled ducks and the spatial ecology and resource selection of eastern box turtles.

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