Conservation of caribou (rangifer tarandus) in Canada: An uncertain future 1

Festa-Bianchet, M.;Ray, J. C.;Boutin, S.;Côté, S. D.;Gunn, A.


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Festa-Bianchet, M.;Ray, J. C.;Boutin, S.;Côté, S. D.;Gunn, A. (2011). Conservation of caribou (rangifer tarandus) in Canada: An uncertain future 1. Canadian Journal of Zoology. http://dx.doi.org/10.1139/Z11-025

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