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Master of Science (MS)
George H. Kelker
Extensive deer migrations have been observed for many, years in western mountain regions. More recently several complex interstate migrations have become the objects of careful study and the subjects of special wildlife movement programs. The interstate deer migrations between the Sublett-Black Pine, Idaho, areas and the East Raft River Mountain, Utah, area are not exceptional. These migrations are now of such a magnitude that they are creating management problems of increasing importance to the 2 states involved.
Diem, Kenneth L., "A Management Study of the Idaho-Utah Interstate Deer Herd With Special Reference to the Sublett, Black Pine, and East Raft River Mountain Unit" (1952). All Graduate Theses and Dissertations. 3755.
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