Caribou Knowledge Extension Library

Caribou populations are a threatened species under provincial acts and the federal Species at Risk Act. Most experts believe that landscape changes, both human-caused and natural, are resulting in increased predation of caribou, causing population decline.

This library includes previously undertaken research, examining various components of caribou protection and recovery, which helps inform industry collaboration on a multi-faceted approach to caribou restoration.

Prioritizing Zones for Caribou Habitat Restoration in the COSIA Area v2.0

Author: Alberta Biodiversity Monitoring Institute

Date: June 2017

Caribou Predator Fencing Pilot

Author: COSIA

Date: March 2017

Prioritizing Zones for Caribou Habitat Restoration in the COSIA Area v1.0

Author: Alberta Biodiversity Monitoring Institute

Date: July 2016

An Exploration of Conservation Breeding and Translocation Tools to improve the Conservation Status of Boreal Caribou Populations in Western Canada

Author: Calgary Zoo Centre for Conservation Research

Date: May 2016

Linear Feature Restoration in Caribou Habitat: A summary of current practices and a roadmap for future programs

Author: Fuse Consulting

Date: January 2016

Caribou Protection and Recovery Program (Predator Exclosure) Cost Effectiveness Analysis

Author: G. Hauer, J. Anderson, T. Antoniuk, and V. Adamowicz

Date: September 2014

Caribou Protection and Recovery Program Technical Guidance

Author: OSLI, T.Antoniuk, L. McNeil, J. Nishi, K. Manuel

Date: July 2012

Caribou Protection and Recovery Program Draft Guidelines

Author: OSLI

Date: April 2012

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