INDICATOR #02 Wild reindeer and caribou
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  • 1. Gough, L. & Hobbie, S.E. 2003. Responses of moist nonacidic arctic tundra to altered environment: productivity, biomass and species richness. Oikos. 103:204–216.
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  • 4. Kielland, K., Bryant, J.P., & Ruess, R.W. 2006. Mammalian herbivory, ecosystem engineering, and ecological cascades in taiga forests. Pages 211-226, In: F.S. Chapin, III, M.W. Oswood, K. Van Cleve, L. Viereck, and D. Verbyla (eds.), Alaska’s changing boreal forest, Oxford University Press, New York, NY.
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  • 8. Western Arctic – J. Dau - Alaska Dept. Fish and Game; Teshekpuk Lake – L. Parrett - Alaska Dept. Fish and Game; Central Arctic – B. Lenart - Alaska Dept. Fish and Game; Alaska Southern Herds – K. Joly - Alaska Dept Fish and Game; Porcupine – D. Cooley - Yukon Dept. of Environment; Cape Bathurst – M. Brannigan / J. Nagyn - NWT Dept. Environment and Natural Resources; Bluenose West – M. Brannigan / J. Nagy - NWT Dept. Environment and Natural Resources; Bluenose East – M. Brannigan / J. Nagy - NWT Dept. Environment and Natural Resources; Bathurst – B. Croft - NWT Dept. Environment and Natural Resources; Dolphin Union – M. Dumond - Nunavut Department of Environment; Ahiak – A. Gunn - CARMA Steering Committee; Beverly – L. Wakelyn - Beverly Qamanirjuaq Caribou Management Board; Qamanirjuaq – L. Wakelyn - Beverly Qamanirjuaq Caribou Management Board; Southampton Island – M. Campbell - Nunavut Department of Environment; George River – S. Cote - U of Laval; Leaf River – S. Cote - U of Laval; Peary Caribou – A. Gunn - CARMA Steering Committee; Greenland – C. Cuyler - Greenland Institute of Natural Resources; Iceland – R. Thoraninsdottir / S. Thorisson - East Iceland Natural History Institute; Norway Mountain Herds – O. Strand; Taimyr – L. Kolpashikov - Russian Academy of Science Norilsk; Lena-Olenyk – V. Safronov - Russian Academy of Science Yakutsk; Yana Indigurka – V. Safronov - Russian Academy of Science Yakutsk; Sundrunskaya – V. Safronov - Russian Academy of Science Yakutsk; Chutotka – V. Etylin - Russian Academy of Science Anadyr. Sources of Trend Information for Individual Herds, pers. comm. 2009.
  • 9. Gunn A., Russell, D., White, R. & Kofinas, G. 2009. Facing a Future of Change: Migratory caribou and reindeer. Arctic. 62(3):3-4.
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  • 11. COSEWIC. 2004. COSEWIC assessment and update status report on the Peary caribou Rangifer tarandus pearyi and the barren-ground caribou Rangifer tarandus groenlandicus (Dolphin and Union population) in Canada. Committee on the Status of Endangered Wildlife in Canada, Ottawa
  • 12. Miller F. & Gunn, A. 2003. Catastrophic die-off of Peary caribou on the western Queen Elizabeth Islands Canadian High Arctic, Arctic 56:381–390.
  • 13. Vistnes, I., Nellemann, C., Jordh.y, P., Strand, O. 2001. Wild reindeer: impacts of progressive infrastructure development on distribution and range use. Polar Biol. 24:531–537.