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Master of Science (MS)
L. A. Stoddart
Mule deer provide recreational bunting to a large number of sportsmen in Utah, and also have a high aesthetic value.
Prior to settlement, deer are believed to have wintered in the valleys and lower foothill areas. However, in northern Utah agricultural development bas removed many valleys and lower foothill areas from the available winter range. The winter deer range in this area has therefore been restricted to a relatively small area of foothill country, and low elevation mountain slopes and benches.
Flook, Donald R., "A Study of the Winter Foraging Habits of Mule Deer in Enclosures in Northern Utah With a Test of the Half-And-Half Sampling Technique" (1955). All Graduate Theses and Dissertations. 3721.
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