The Wolf Intelligencer


Porcupine Caribou (Rangifer tarandus granti) North America

Vulnerability analysis of the porcupine Caribou Herd to potential development of the 1002 lands in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge, Alaska. Russell D, Gunn A. Canadian Wildlife Service, and GNWT Department of Environment and Natural Resources. 2019 Feb

Mercury in the Canadian Arctic terrestrial environment: An update. Gamberg M, Chételat J, Poulain AJ, Zdanowicz C, Zheng J. Science of the Total Environment. 2015 Mar

Ecology and management of wolves in the porcupine Caribou Range, Canada 1987 to 1993. Hayes RD, Baer AM, Clarkson P. Yukon Fish and Wildlife Branch Report TRC-16-01, Fish and Wildlife Branch, Yukon Department of Environment, Government of Yukon, Whitehorse. 2016 Feb.

Long-term distribution responses of a migratory caribou herd to human disturbance. Johnson CJ, Russell DE. Biological Conservation. 2014 Sep

Biomagnification of perfluorinated compounds in a remote terrestrial food chain: lichen–caribou–wolf. Müller CE, De Silva AO, Small J, Williamson M, Wang X, Morris A, Katz S, Gamberg M, Muir DC. Environmental science & technology. 2011 Sep

Section 3: the porcupine caribou herd. Griffith B, Douglas DC, Walsh NE, Young DD, McCabe TR, Russell DE, White RG, Cameron RD, Whitten KR. Arctic Refuge Coastal Plain Terrestrial Wildlife Research Summaries. US Geological Survey, Biological Science Report. USGS/BRD BSR-2002-0001. 2002

Variations in plant forage quality in the range of the porcupine caribou herd. Johnstone J, Russell DE, Griffith B. Rangifer. 2002 Jun

Predation rate by wolves on the porcupine caribou herd. Hayes RD, Russell DE. Rangifer. 2000 Apr

The costs of power sharing: community involvement in Canadian porcupine caribou co-management (Doctoral dissertation, University of British Columbia). Kofinas, G.P., 1998

Pregnancy of adult caribou (Rangifer tarandus): evidence for lactational infertility. Gerhart KL, Ruussell DE, Wetering DV, White RG, Cameron RD. Journal of Zoology. 1997 May

Oil and the porcupine Caribou Herd—Can we quantify the impacts?. Russell DE, van de Wetering D, White RG, Gerhart KL. Rangifer. 1996 Jan

Ecology of the porcupine caribou herd. Whitten KR. Rangifer. 1996 Jan

Evaluating growth of the porcupine caribou herd using a stochastic model. Walsh NE, Griffith B, McCabe TR. The Journal of wildlife management. 1995 Apr

Antler loss and udder distention in relation to parturition in caribou. Whitten KR. The Journal of wildlife management. 1995 Apr

Demography of the porcupine caribou herd, 1983–1992. Fancy SG, Whitten KR, Russell DE. Canadian Journal of Zoology. 1994 May

Effects of global warming on the biology and management of the porcupine caribou herd. Russell DE. 1993.

Range ecology of the porcupine caribou herd in Canada. Russell DE, Martell AM, Nixon WA. Rangifer. 1993 Dec

Perinatal mortality in caribou from the porcupine herd, Alaska. Roffe TJ. Journal of Wildlife Diseases. 1993 Apr

Habitat use by the porcupine caribou herd during predicted insect harassment. Walsh NE, Fancy SG, McCabe TR, Pank LF. The Journal of wildlife management. 1992 Jul

Productivity and early calf survival in the porcupine caribou herd. Whitten KR, Garner GW, Mauer FJ, Harris RB. The Journal of wildlife management. 1992 Apr

Movement patterns of the porcupine Caribou Herd in relation to oil development. Whitten KR, Regelin WL. Alaska Department of Fish and Game, Division of Wildlife Conservation; 1991.

Selection of calving sites by porcupine herd caribou. Fancy SG, Whitten KR. Canadian Journal of Zoology. 1991 Jul

Growth rates and morphological measurements of porcupine caribou calves. Parker KL. Rangifer. 1989 Jun

Seasonal diets of the porcupine caribou herd. Thompson DC, McCourt KH. American Midland Naturalist. 1981 Jan

The international herds: present knowledge of the Fortymile and porcupine caribou herds. LeResche RE. Biological Papers of the University of Alaska Special Report. 1975;

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