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Olympic elk: parallels to red deer management in transboundary protected areas of Central Europe

Olympic elk: parallels to red deer management in transboundary protected areas of Central Europe

Biodiversity conservation in transboundary protected areas Proceedings of an international workshop, Bieszczady and Tatry National Parks, Poland, 15-25, May 1994: 186-193

A comparison is made between the management of the Roosevelt elk (Cervus elaphus roosevelti) in the Olympic National Park, Washington state, USA, and that of the red deer (C. elaphus) in transboundary protected areas of Central Europe, particularly with respect to comparing unfed and fed ungulate populations and the subsequent impact on biodiversity.

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