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by Joseph D. Clark,Kimberly G. Smith

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Joseph D. Clark,Kimberly G. Smith
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978-1557281869
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Univ of Arkansas Pr; 1st Paperback Edition edition (February 1, 1991)
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Proceedings of the eighth western black bear workshop. Chico Hot Springs Resort, Pray, Montana. The American black bear (Ursus americanus) is highly adaptable and can move long distances in short periods of time. Christopher Servheen.

Black bear habitat use in relation to food availability in the interior highlands of Arkansas. JD Clark, DL Clapp, KG Smith, B Ederington. Bears: Their Biology and Management, 309-318, 1994.

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Joseph D Clark, James Eric Dunn, Kimberly G. Smith Kimberly G. Smith, Joseph D Clark. Smith. Simple univariate statistical techniques may not adequately assess the multidimensional nature of habitats used by wildlife. A black bear (Ursus americanus) food value index (FVI) was developed and calculated for forest cover type classifications on Ozark Mountain (White Rock) and Ouachita Mountain (Dry Creek) study area. More). Kimberly G. In 1958, the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission began translocating black bears ( Ursus americanus ) from Minnesota to the Interior Highlands (Ozark and Ouachita mountains) of Arkansas where bears had.

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Waterville Valley, New Hampshire, pp. 154–165Google Scholar. Hellgren EC, Onorato DP, Skiles JR (2005) Dynamics of a black bear population within a desert metapopulation. Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission, TallahasseeGoogle Scholar. Maehr DS, Smith JS, Cunningham MW, Barnwell ME, Larkin JL, Orlando MA (2003) Spatial characteristics of an isolated Florida black bear population. Southeast Nat 2:433–446CrossRefGoogle Scholar.

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Burlington, VT. 1987. Gottschalk, Kurt . Twery, Mark . Smith, Shirley I. eds. 1991. Radnor, PA: USDA, Forest Service, Northeastern Forest Experiment Station.

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Northern Rocky Mountain Science Center. Dr. Clark holds an Adjunct Professor appointment in the Department of Forestry, Wildlife and Fisheries

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Papers read at the April 1990 meeting on the status of Ursus americanus in the Southeast, Northeast, and Upper Midwest and in Canada. Covers populations, harvest, management. Annotation copyright Book News, Inc. Portland, Or.