Habitat management methods to increase moose browse production in Alaska : a review, synthesis, and annotated bibliography of available information : report /

Construction of the Susitna Hydroelectric Project will eliminate or alter wildlife habitat in the Susitna River drainage. Mitigation will include designating specific lands for habitat compensation and then increasing and/or maintaining moose carrying capacity through habitat management techniques....

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Alternate Title:Susitna Hydroelectric Project. Habitat management methods to increase moose browse production in Alaska : a review, synthesis, and annotated bibliography of available information : report

Review, synthesis, and annotated bibliography of available information : report
Corporate Contributor(s):Susitna Hydroelectric Project.

HARZA-EBASCO Susitna Joint Venture.

Alaska Power Authority.

United States. Federal Energy Regulatory Commission.
Publisher:Alaska Power Authority,
Report Numbers:APA 2046
Series:Document (Susitna Hydroelectric Project) ; no. 2046.
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Online Access:Link to Full Text
Library Holdings:Print Versions
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Summary:Construction of the Susitna Hydroelectric Project will eliminate or alter wildlife habitat in the Susitna River drainage. Mitigation will include designating specific lands for habitat compensation and then increasing and/or maintaining moose carrying capacity through habitat management techniques. Prescribed burning is the preferred techniques to increase the carrying capacity of most areas for moose.
Physical Description:v, 70, 41, 4, 1 leaves ; 28 cm.
Notes:At head of title: Susitna Hydroelectric Project.

"September 1984."

"Susitna file no. 4.3.3."

"Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, project no. 7114"--Cover.
Report Type:Final report.
Bibliography:Includes bibliographical references (leaves 54-70 (main text) and appendix A, leaves 1-41).