• Black Bear Bibliography

      Tracy, D.M.; Dean, F.C.; Anderson, C.M.; Jordan, T.M. (Alaska Cooperative Park Studies Unit, Biology and Resource Management Program, University of Alaska, 1982)
      The Bear Bibliography Project grew from mutual recognition by the Alaska Cooperative Park Studies Unit and the U.S. National Park Service of interest, need, and capability. The National Park Service is responsible for the preservation of both remnant and essentially undisturbed populations of brown and black bears and for the management of bear-human interactions in NPS areas. The Alaska Cooperative Park Studies Unit (ACPSU) proposed to conduct an exhaustive, synthetic, and computerized bibliographic project concentrating initially on Ursus arctos on a worldwide basis and Ursus americanus. Work on the first contract for this project started in September 1976.
    • Brown Bear Bibliography

      Tracy, D.M.; Dean, F.C.; Anderson, C.M.; Jordan, T.M. (Alaska Cooperative Park Studies Unit, Biology and Resource Management Program, University of Alaska, 1982)
      The Bear Bibliography Project grew from mutual recognition by the Alaska Cooperative Park Studies Unit and the U.S. National Park Service of interest, need, and capability. The National Park Service is responsible for the preservation of both remnant and essentially undisturbed populations of brown and black bears and for the management of bear-human interactions in NPS areas. The Alaska Cooperative Park Studies Unit (ACPSU) proposed to conduct an exhaustive, synthetic, and computerized bibliographic project concentrating initially on Ursus arctos on a worldwide basis and Ursus americanus. Work on the first contract for this project started in September 1976.