Division of Wildlife Conservation (DWC) Publication Details

Effects of forest fragmentation on deer in Southeast Alaska

  • Reference: Kirchhoff, M. D. 1994. Effects of forest fragmentation on deer in Southeast Alaska. Alaska Department of Fish and Game, Division of Wildlife Conservation, Federal Aid Research Final Report 1 July 1990-30 June 1993, Federal Aid in Wildlife Restoration Study 2.10, Juneau.
  • Audiences: Scientist, Wildlife Manager
  • Authors: Matthew D. Kirchhoff
  • Funding Sources: FWS-WR
  • Grants:
  • GMUs or Areas: 04
  • Keywords: biogeography, black-tailed deer, browse, effective area, fragmentation, insular, islands, Odocoileus hemionus sitkensis. old growth, pellet-groups, Southeast Alaska, Vaccinium.
  • Link: http://www.adfg.alaska.gov/static/home/library/pdfs/wildlife/research_pdfs/94_de_frag_kirchhoff.pdf (PDF)
  • Partners: Federal Aid-Wildlife Restoration Program
  • Primary Authors: Matthew D. Kirchhoff
  • Programs: Wildlife Research
  • Project Numbers: 2.10 (IB) (S), W-24-1, W-23-5, W-24-2, W-23-3, W-23-4
  • Publication Types: Grant Report
  • Regions: Region I - Southeast Alaska, Statewide
  • Species: Sitka Black-Tailed Deer
  • Species Categories: Big Game, Mammals, Ungulates
  • Title: Effects of forest fragmentation on deer in Southeast Alaska
  • Topics: Disease, Health, and Nutrition, Habitat, Distribution and Movements (including Migration), Population Abundance and Trends (Survey Inventory), Research, Population Composition and Demographics, Anthropogenic Effects, Diet
  • Year: 1994

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