Wolverines

Wolverine - Tracking a wilderness icon

Grimm, J., Scrafford, M., Cundiff, B., & Southee, M.


Abstract

WCS Canada has been tracking wolverines across northern Ontario in an effort to better understand where wolverines live, how many there are, and how they respond to disturbances like logging and roads.

Recommended citation

Grimm, J., Scrafford, M., Cundiff, B., & Southee, M. (2022). Wolverine - Tracking a wilderness icon. WCS Canada. https://storymaps.arcgis.com/stories/7e19a8a0100a4403985be2d5abed1d4b

Matthew Scrafford

Matthew Scrafford

Wolverine Conservation Scientist

Meg Southee

Meg Southee

Lead Geospatial Analyst/Programmer

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