In 1995, the University of Alberta hosted The Second International Martes Symposium, an event that brought together scientists to discuss the state of knowledge about mammals of the genus Martes, which includes martens, fishers, and sables. Martes: Taxonomy, Ecology, Techniques, and Management is the proceedings of this symposium and is comprised of 31 technical papers on diverse aspects of these small carnivores. The papers highlight research findings and the importance of the genus Martes to naturalists, zoologists, wildlife managers and foresters. This book is a useful reference for researchers and members of the public interested in discovering more about the habits and conservation of martens, fishers, and sables.... Woodard, Provincial Museum of Alberta. and the Department of Forestry and Wildlife Management at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst. ... Evaluation of microchip marking system for amphibians and reptiles. Texas Parks and Wildlifeanbsp;...
|Author||:||Gilbert Proulx, Harold Norman Bryant, Paul M. Woodard, Provincial Museum of Alberta|
|Publisher||:||University of Alberta - 1997|