1972
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1st International Mountain Goat Symposium – 1977 – Kalispell, Montana

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Section I - Status
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8 Status and Management of the Rocky Mountain Goat, oreamnos americanus, in the Province of Alberta
W. K. Hall
15 Status and Management of the Mountain Goat in Alaska
Warren Ballard
24 Status of Mountain Goats in British Columbia
W. G. Macgregor
29 Status and Management of Mountain Goats in Colorado
Richard N. Denney
37 Status and Management of the Mountain Goat in Idaho
Lonn Kuck
41 Status and Management of the Mountain Goat in Washington
Rolf L. Johnson
47 Distribution, Abundance and Management of Mountain Goats in the Yukon
M. Hoefs, G. Lortie and D. Russell
54 Status of Introduced Mountain Goats in the Sawatch Range of Colorado
James A. Bailey and Bruce k. Johnston
64 The Impact of Exploration for Coal on Mountain Goats in Northeastern British Columbia
Bruce Pendergast and John Bindernagel
69 Mountain Goat Surveys in Yoho National Park, British Columbia
W. P. McCrory, D. A. Blood, D. Portman and D. Harwood
Section II - Behavior
74 The Influence of Mountain Goat Social Relationships on Population Size and Distribution
Douglas H. Chadwick
92 Mountain Goat Social Behavior: Social Structure and At Play Behavior As Affected by Dominance
Benjamin Dane
107 Dominance, Leadership and Group Cohesion of Mountain Goats at a Natural Lick, Glacier National Park, Montana
Francis J. Singer
Section III - Management
114 The Impacts of Hunting on Idaho's Pahsimeroi Mountain Goat Herd
Lonn Kuck
126 A Description of Southern Interior and Coastal Mountain Goat Ecotypes in British Columbia
D. M. Hebert and W. G. Turnbull
147 Historical patterns of Mountain Goat Harvest in British Columbia
Bryan R. Foster
160 Research Needs for Mountain Goat Management
D. S. Eastman
Section IV - Habitat
169 Strategy of Resource Use by Mountain Goat Nursery Groups
Robert J. McFetridge
174 Influence of Snow conditions on Winter Distribution, Habitat Use, and Group Size of Mountain Goats
Bruce L. Smith
190 Summer Mountain Goat Activity and Habitat Preference in Coastal Alaska as a Basis for the Assessment of Survey Techniques
Joseph Larkin Fox
200 Interrelationships of Introduced Mountain Goats and Subalpine Habitat in Olympic National Park
Ingrid Olmsted
Section V - Research
201 Mountain Goat Home Ranges in the Sapphire Mountains of Montana
Chester B. Rideout
212 Parasites of Mountain Goat, Oreamnos americanus (Blainville), of West Central Alberta with a Comparison of the Helminths of Mountain Goat and Rocky Mountain Bighorn Sheep, Ovis c. canadensis Shaw.
W. M. Samuel and W. K. Hall
226 Bibliography of North America's Mountain Goat (Oreamnos americanus)
Bryan R. Foster

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