Wolves in Gates of the Arctic National Park & Preserve (Alaska, United States)

Extent Changes in the Perennial Snowfields of Gates of the Arctic National Park and Preserve, Alaska. Tedesche ME, Trochim ED, Fassnacht SR, Wolken GJ. Hydrology. 2019 Jun

Potential effects of warming climate on visitor use in three Alaskan national parks. Albano CM, Angelo CL, Strauch RL, Thurman LL. Park Science. 2013

Surficial geologic map of the Gates of the Arctic National Park and Preserve, Alaska. Hamilton TD, Labay K. US Department of the Interior, US Geological Survey; 2011.

Population dynamics and harvest characteristics of wolves in the central Brooks Range, Alaska. Adams LG, Stephenson RO, Dale BW, Ahgook RT, Demma DJ. Wildlife Monographs. 2008 May

Limnology of lakes in Gates of the Arctic National Park and Preserve, Alaska. LaPerriere JD, Jones JR, Swanson DK. Lake and Reservoir Management. 2003 Jun

Selecting indicators and understanding their role in wilderness experience stewardship at Gates of the Arctic National Park and Preserve. Glaspell B, Watson AE, Kneeshaw K, Pendergrast D. InGeorge Wright Forum. 20 (3): 59-71 2003

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

Winter wolf predation in a multiple ungulate prey system, Gates of the Arctic National Park, Alaska. Dale BW, Adams LG, Bowyer RT. 1995.

Functional response of wolves preying on barren-ground caribou in a multiple-prey ecosystem. Dale BW, Adams LG, Bowyer RT. Journal of Animal Ecology. 1994 Jul