1972
NWSC2

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Northern Wild Sheep Council 2 – 1972 – Hinton, Alberta

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Technical Session on Management
2 Management and Research on Bighorn Sheep Sun River Area, Montana
A. Schallenberger
15 Difference Between Years and Nutrient Cycles
Daryll Hebert
22 Post Die-Off Recovery of East Kootenay Bighorn Sheep
R. A. Demarchi
28 Abstracts of Non-Trophy or Ewe Seasons in Alberta
William Wishart
31 Stress-Induced Immunologic Impairment in Rocky Mountain Bighorn Sheep
R. J. Hudson
34 Preparation and Testing of Pasteurella Bacterins on Captive Bighorn Sheep
Peter Nash, George Post and Alan Woolf
44 Bighorn Lamb Mortality Investigations in Colorado
T. Woodward, C. Hibler and Bill Rutherford
51 Behavioral Differences in Bighorn Lambs (Ovis canadensis canadensis Shaw) During Years of High and Low Survival
Brian Horejsi
74 A Comparison of Certain Aspects of the Behaviour and Development of Lambs from Two Populations of Bighorn Sheep (Ovis canadensis Canadensis Shaw)
David Shackleton
75 On the Significance of Thermoclines to the Biology of Wintering Mountain Sheep
V. Geist
79 Dr. V. Geist, University of Calgary
79 Dave Neave, Alberta Fish and Wildlife Division
82 V. P. Rolfson, National Parks Branch
84 John Stelfox, Canadian Wildlife Service
91 E.G. Scheffler, Alberta Fish and Wildlife Division
91 J. B. Kemper, Alberta Fish and Wildlife Division
94 Jim Simpson, Class A Guide & Outfitter
95 Harold M. Etter, Northern Forest Research Center, Canada Department of the Environment
103 Lorne Yule, Land Use Section, Department of Lands and Forests
105 G. Stephenson, Assistant General Manager, Canmore Mines, Alberta
Business Session
116 A Statement of Concern by the Northern Wild Sheep Council on the Effects of Coal Mining on Wild Sheep Populations in Western Canada and Northewestern United States

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