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Master of Science (MS)
D. I. Rasmussen
Checking stations operated during the deer hunting season serve a two-fold purpose. It has long been recognized that such inspection stations aid greatly in the enforcement of hunting laws through the detection of illegal practices, and in many cases have been set up with this as a primary purpose. A more far reaching objective, however, is the collection of information to aid in the solution of the problems of maintenance of the range and the deer herd, and determination of the quality and quantity of the deer removal.
Bartels, Wilmur, "Analysis of Rocky Mountain mule Deer Kill Records of Five-Year Deer Removal from the Logan River Drainage of Northern Utah" (1941). All Graduate Theses and Dissertations. 1797.
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