Instituto Politécnico do Cávado e do Ave University of Northampton. Environmental Law in a time of Recession: Lessons from the Past, Plans for the Future. Dr Simon Sneddon University of Northampton email@example.com. Instituto Politécnico do Cávado e do AveBy havard
Vuntut Gwichin and Caribou. Hunting for Survival in the Old Crow Flats MorningStar Leon University of the Arctic BCS321 December 10 th , 2010. An Ancient Area?.By elinor
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Porcupine Caribou. Annual Allowable Harvest Meeting. Presentation to the Public, February 8, 2011 Inuvik, NWT. Harvest Management Plan. In April 2010, along with all user communities of the Porcupine Caribou (PC) Tr’ondëk Hwëch’in (TH) signed onto the PC Harvest Management Plan
Update on modeling cumulative impacts on the Porcupine Caribou Herd. Don Russell – December 19, 2013. Overall objective of the project. Establish cumulative effects monitoring approach Identify thresholds of disturbance for Porcupine herd Combine historic monitoring and industry
Western Arctic Caribou Herd. Population Information. WAH Census Results: 1970-2007. WAH Calf:Cow Ratio: June (calving), October & Spring (April-May). Western Arctic Herd: Recruitment vs. Adult Cow Mortality. WAH Overview – slide 13. WAH Fall Bull:Cow Ratio: 1976-2008. Harvests.
Harvest and the Fortymile Caribou Herd Recovery. A hundred here, a thousand there A score down in the hollow, Spread far and wide in countless bands As far as glass could follow. * * * Three days we camped there in their midst Our work around completing
Porcupine. This is an animal that can be found in Pennsylvania. Traits. The porcupine is a warm blooded vertebrate. The porcupine has blackish fur and it’s slow moving. It can grow up to 10 inches tall and 30 inches long and 9-20 lb. Adaptations.
Aiden B. Porcupine. Habitat. Porcupines live in North America. They live in a stick den. Appearance. Porcupines have little pricks on there back. Porcupines are grey. F ood. Porcupines eat mostly fruit and leaves but they can eat bark and sticks. Young.
Teshekpuk Lake Caribou Herd Harvest and Local Knowledge Project Sverre Pedersen 1 , Stacie McIntosh 2 , Tina Kaleak 3 and Price Leavitt 3. L. Background
Porcupine . By S ydney and Bayleigh. What it looks like. It has quills all over its body. It also has brown fur also has short strong legs. Has hair legs soles on the feet for climbing trees. A porcupine has many quills such as 30,000. The shortest quills are on the cheeks.
Caribou. Alex. H abitat. Cold northern parts of the world. F ood. Eats berries, leaves, and grass. F acts. Male caribou use their antlers to fight Caribou live together in groups called herd Caribou migrate longer distances than any other land mammal. Resource.