Author

Jack E. Gross

Date of Award:

1967

Document Type:

Dissertation

Degree Name:

Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)

Department name when degree awarded

Wildlife Management

Advisor/Chair:

Robert H. Kramer

Abstract

The purpose of this report is to describe (1) the demographic pattern of a black-tailed jackrabbit (Lopus californicus) population in 450-square-mile Curlow Valley, northern Utah and southern Idaho, during the period April, 1962 through March, 1965; and (2) the methodology developed to obtain the data on which the description is based. The research discussed here occupied the first 3 years of a projected, long-range study of the population ecology of the species in this area with special attention to the mechanics and causes of short-term fluctuations.

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