Tyonek moose utilization, 1981

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Alaska Dept. of Fish and Game, Division of Subsistence , Anchorage
Statementby Daniel J. Foster.
SeriesTechnical paper / Alaska Dept. of Fish and Game, Division of Subsistence ;, no. 26, Technical paper (Alaska. Dept. of Fish and Game. Division of Subsistence) ;, no. 26.
LC ClassificationsMicrofiche 84/427
The Physical Object
Paginationv, 30 p., [9] leaves
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2959045M
LC Control Number84202612

This report documents the utilization and harvest areas of moose by the people of Tyonek in Tyonek is an Athabascan Indian c-unity located on the northwest shore of Cook Inlet. This non-road connected village is approximately 43 air miles southwest of Anchorage (Figure 1).

THE UTILIZATION OF KING SALMON AND THE ANNUAL ROUND OF RESOURCE USES IN TYONEK, ALASKA bY Daniel J. Foster inforrtation obtained during by the researcher through participant observation, provide the basis for this 1981 book.

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It is a p p a r e n t from the plot that a negative relationship exists (Spearman R a n k Correlation: r = - 0. 6 9, P moose and hare utilization, suggesting potential competition. Range Extent.

Score F - 20, km squared (about 8, square miles). Commentsquare Kilometers from Natural Heritage Program range maps. Long-term Trend. Score F - Increase (increase of >25%). Comment Little evidence exists of historic moose presence in Montana. Since European arrival populations have increased in response to favorable climate conditions and an.

; Byers] seldom explore how behaviors build home ranges.) Thus, we believe that much research devoted to distribution, the utilization distribution, for the use of space with respect to time. That is, the utilization distribution usually limiting nutrients for moose would produce a different home.

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Alaska Department of Fish and Game, Federal Aid in Wildlife Restoration Final Report, Project C. Juneau. 61 pp. Reynolds, H. The Tyonek Formation is the second most important gas reservoir, and the Beluga has the fewest reserves. This ranking of reservoirs holds true for the basin as a whole.

As seen in Table 4 and Fig about 65% of the gas reserves are in the Sterling, with 27% in the upper Tyonek. The largest of these is the Alaskan moose, with males reaching up to 7 feet tall at the shoulder, and weighing pounds.

Mature males grow enormous, distinctive, palm-shaped antlers that can be over 6 feet across and weigh up to 50 pounds.

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Moose have a large hump on their backs, formed by the muscles required to support their heads and antlers, and they have tiny tails, like little flaps. In the north, moose browsed 6, twigs/ha in rights-of-way and 1, in adjacent woods.

In the south, moose browsed an average of % of available twigs in rights-of-way and % in adjacent woods. In the north, moose browsed an average of % of.

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But when the moose goes away, Jack finds out what a moose i. The Tyonek shallow gas sands incorporate the portion of the Tyonek Formation above the Tyonek G-Zone at approximate depths of to ft ( to m) TVDSS at Swanson River.

Overall, Tyonek shallow gas reservoirs are thin to moderately thick and of fair to good lateral extent (Figure 16) with good porosity and permeability (Table 1).Browse the most recent Alaska obituaries and condolences. Celebrate and remember the lives we have lost in Alaska.Data obtained for bison were compared with those from two other large ungulates: moose and aurochs.

These bone samples were collected from Denmark and southwestern Sweden (Fig. 1) and dated f± cal BP to 10,± cal BP 14 C BP (Table 1).Some data on aurochs remains from the same age range (N = 5) were additionally taken from a paper by Noe-Nygaard et al.