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    Author(s): Kerry Murphy; Jason Wilmot; Jeff Copeland; Dan Tyers; John Squires
    Date: 2011
    Source: Yellowstone Science. 19(3): 17-24.
    Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
    Station: Rocky Mountain Research Station
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    The wolverine is one of the least studied carnivores in North America, particularly in the contiguous United States where it occurs at the southern extent of its range. This project documented the distribution of wolverines in the eastern portion of Yellowstone National Park and adjoining areas of national forest and their population characteristics, habitat requirements, and movements.

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    Murphy, Kerry; Wilmot, Jason; Copeland, Jeff; Tyers, Dan; Squires, John. 2011. Wolverine in Greater Yellowstone. Yellowstone Science. 19(3): 17-24.


    wolverine, Yellowstone National Park, population, habitat

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