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Progress of reindeer grazing investigations in Alaska.

L. J. Palmer

Progress of reindeer grazing investigations in Alaska.

by L. J. Palmer

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Published by Govt. print. off. in Washington .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Reindeer

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    Other titlesReindeer grazing investigations.
    StatementBy Lawrence J. Palmer.
    SeriesUnited States. Dept. of agriculture. Department bulletin no. 1423
    The Physical Object
    Pagination37, [1] p.
    Number of Pages37
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17024099M
    LC Control Number26001731
    OCLC/WorldCa31103520

      Great book - true story, about a missionary couple in northeast Alaska and their experiences. The main story is of herding reindeer to whalers whose ships were frozen in the ice above the arctic circle, but there is so much more to this book/5.   Progress 05/01/10 to 04/30/15 Outputs Target Audience:The primary target audience was the general public (meat consumer) to demonstrate a frozen reindeer meat product was equivalent to fresh. Alaskan Natives own the majority of reindeer in Alaska. Workshops have been targeted towards Alaska Native reindeer producers and the general public desiring to .

    B. J Palmer. Published by Delta Sigma Chi Fraternity of Manchester University Press, Condition: Fair. This is an ex-library book and may have the usual library/used-book markings book has hardback covers. PROGRESS OF REINDEER GRAZING INVESTIGATIONS IN ALASKA. Palmer, L. J. Published by U. S. Government.   Today, reindeer herding is the most significant component of Alaska's livestock industry. W animals, there are more reindeer in Alaska than the total number of cattle, swine, and sheep combined.(13) Reindeer products--chiefly velvet antler and meat--represent a yearly production value of $ million.(14) Meat is sold both in Alaska and throughout the .

      The case has been before the courts here for 14 years. In , landowners in the northern province of Västerbotten sued three reindeer herding collectives owned by indigenous Sami, or Lapp Author: Eye on The Arctic. Reindeer husbandry today in Norway is a small industry on a national scale, but both in a Sámi and local context, it has great importance. Reindeer husbandry is not only important economically and in employment terms, it is also one of the most important parts of the Sámi culture. Borders.


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Get this from a library. Progress of reindeer grazing investigations in Alaska. [L J Palmer; United States. Department of Agriculture.] -- Pp. Title. Progress of reindeer grazing investigations in Alaska.

Title Variants: Alternative: Reindeer grazing investigations. Related Titles. Series: Department. Full text of "Progress of reindeer grazing investigations in Alaska" See other formats UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE DEPARTMENT BULLETIN No.

Washington, D. T October, PROGRESS OF REINDEER GRAZING iiaNS IN AUSKA UWRENCE J. PALMER Biologist in Charge of Reindeer Grazing Investigadons Bureau of. Progress of reindeer grazing investigations in Alaska Item Preview Progress of reindeer grazing investigations in Alaska by Palmer, L.

J; United States. Department of Agriculture. Publication date This book is available with additional data at Biodiversity Heritage Library.

Growth Rates of Important Reindeer Forage Lichens on the Seward Peninsula, Alaska ROBERT E. PEGAUl ABSTRACT. The average annual linear rates of growth of Cladonia alpestris, C. rangiferina, and C. sylvatica on the Seward Peninsula, Alaska, were determined to be, and mm.

respectively. These averages are higher than those of. Reindeer are domestic cousins to caribou. There are ab reindeer in Alaska, and ab of those are on the Seward Peninsula. GRAZING A. GOALS 1. Utilize and manage the grazing resources that exist in the Moose Range on a sustained yield basis in a manner which is consistent with wildlife management goals and wildlife habitat enhancement efforts.

Preserve the integrity of the rangeland ecosystem. Conduct research to determine whether grazing can be used as a mooseFile Size: KB. Alaska Reindeer Service (ARS) was established for the benefit of the U.S. territory of Alaska by Congressional action on 3 March The ARS was an integral part of the educational system of northern and western Alaska.

The superintendent of education of Alaska Natives had general supervision of the work. The district superintendents in northern and western Alaska were. In the official number of reindeer in Alaska waswith approximately at the Seward Peninsula. Figure 1 shows the historical development in the number of reindeer in Alaska.

The general decline of the reindeer population began inand by only reindeer remained. In the periodFile Size: KB. Reindeer Herding in Alaska. Alaska Reindeer Herdsmen: A Study of Native Management in Transition by Dean F.

Olson, History and Timeline. Sketch Map: Showing Location of Wainright Reindeer Herds for the Year Ending J ( k). Federal appropriations for reindeer in Alaska drop from an annual funding of $25, ( to ) to $9, in Eskimo owning deer in number with average herd size being 52 head.

Five Laplanders own 2, head. Natives outside the Reindeer Service begin purchasing reindeer as an investment during this period. This video contains Free Stock 4K Video Footage of a reindeer eating in a field in Alaska as snow falls. Dane, in charge of reindeer grazing investigations in Alaska and northern Canada.

Accompanied by his brother Robert, he surveyed winter grazing conditions for reindeer along the west and north coasts of Alaska and Canada, from Nome in Alaska to Aklavik in the Mackenzie Delta. Travelling by canoe, dogteam, and foot, they completed the survey during.

Seasonal Diets of the Denali Caribou Herd, Alaska Progress of reindeer grazing investigations. in Lichens constituted ~ 71% of the late winter diets of caribou in northwest Alaska. The reindeer (Rangifer tarandus), also known as the caribou in North America, is a species of deer with circumpolar distribution, native to Arctic, sub-Arctic, tundra, boreal, and mountainous regions of northern Europe, Siberia, and North America.

This includes both sedentary and migratory populations. Rangifer herd size varies greatly in different geographic : Mammalia. The Reindeer Herders of the Mackenzie Delta is the fascinating true history of the Canadian Reindeer Experiment as experienced by Otto Binder, an Inuit herder, his Sami wife, Ellen Pulk Binder, and their son, Lloyd Binder, who continues to herd reindeer.

The book explores their struggles and ultimate : Dr. Gerry Conaty PhD, Lloyd Binder. Collaborative Monitoring of Seward Peninsula, Alaska Reindeer (Rangifer tarandus tarandus) Grazing Lands A Monitoring Protocol AN OPUS Presented to the Faculty of the University of Alaska, Fairbanks in Partial Fulfillment of the Requirement for the Degree of MASTERS OF NATURAL RESOURCES MANAGEMENT AND GEOGRAPHY By Kara Ellen Moore, B.S.

PROGRESS of REINDEER Grazing Investigations in ALASKA by Lawence J. Palmer.U.S. Department of Bulletin. Reindeer are members of the deer family and are the only member whose females also grow antlers. The females (cows) retain their antlers until their calves are born in the spring, and the males (bulls) drop theirs after the autumn “rut”, or mating season.

Mature bulls will average pounds and cows will weigh around pounds. Report On Introduction of Domestic Reindeer Into Alaska, Volume 7 [Sheldon Jackson, United States Bureau Of Education. Alask] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

This is a reproduction of a book published before This book may have occasional imperfections such as missing or blurred pages. Today, reindeer herding is the most significant component of Alaska's livestock industry. With. 29, animals, there are more reindeer in Alaska than the total number of cattle, swine, and sheep combined.

13 Reindeer products-ehiefly velvet antler and meat­ represent a yearly production value of. $ million Meat is sold.General Description. Santa's reindeer (R.t. saintnicolas magicalus) look very similar to common reindeer or caribou, but have many characteristics that distinguish them from the seven other common Europe, caribou are called reindeer, but in Alaska and Canada only the semi-domesticated form is called reindeer.Tenth Annual Report on Introduction of Domestic Reindeer Into Alaska, by Jackson, Sheldon and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at .