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12. Remerciements et 13. Ouvrages cités

12. Remerciements

Le Service canadien de la faune d’Environnement Canada a financé le présent rapport. La détermination et la description de l’unité démographique des Selkirk Sud sont le fruit des travaux de recherche de Michael Proctor. Je lui suis reconnaissant de son dur labeur et de ses patientes explications. Mes remerciements vont aussi à Tony Hamilton et à Bruce McLellan, à qui on doit la description des autres populations isolées de Colombie-Britannique. Je remercie enfin Marco Festa-Bianchet et les membres du Sous-comité de spécialistes des mammifères terrestres pour le grand soin, professionnel et courtois, qu’ils ont apporté à la révision de ce document.


12.1 Autorités consultées et communications personnelles

Les spécialistes suivants ont gracieusement fourni des renseignements, des avis, des opinions et des éclaircissements. L’auteur tient à leur témoigner toute sa gratitude.

Tony Hamilton, British Columbia (B.C.) Ministry of Environment, Lands and Parks, Victoria

Bruce McLellan, B.C. Ministry of Forests, Revelstoke

Matt Austin, B.C. Ministry of Forests, Victoria

John Thornton, B.C. Ministry of Water, Lands and Air Protection, Victoria

Guy Woods, B.C. Ministry of Water, Lands and Air Protection, Nelson

Harold Carr, ministère du Développement durable des ressources de l’Alberta, Edmonton

Gordon Stenhouse, ministère du Développement durable des ressources de l’Alberta, Hinton

Michael Gibeau, University of Calgary

Michael Proctor, University of Calgary

Stephen Herrero, University of Calgary

David Paetkau, Wildlife Genetics International, Nelson

John Hechtel, ministère des Ressources renouvelables du Yukon, Whitehorse

Barney Smith, ministère des Ressources renouvelables du Yukon, Whitehorse

John Nagy, ministère des Ressources, de la Faune et du Développement économique des Territoires du Nord-Ouest, Inuvik

Marsha Branigan, ministère des Ressources, de la Faune et du Développement économique des Territoires du Nord-Ouest, Inuvik

Alasdair Veitch, ministère des Ressources, de la Faune et du Développement économique des Territoires du Nord-Ouest, Norman Wells

Dean Cluff, ministère des Ressources, de la Faune et du Développement économique des Territoires du Nord-Ouest, Yellowknife

Robert Mulders, ministère des Ressources, de la Faune et du Développement économique des Territoires du Nord-Ouest, Yellowknife

Rob Gau, ministère des Ressources, de la Faune et du Développement économique des Territoires du Nord-Ouest, Yellowknife

Andy McMullen, ministère du Développement durable du Nunavut, Kugluktuk

Brent Patterson, ministère du Développement durable du Nunavut, Kugluktuk

Mitch Campbell, ministère du Développement durable du Nunavut, Arviat

Mitch Taylor, ministère du Développement durable du Nunavut, Iqaluit

Philip McLoughlin, University of Alberta, Edmonton

Dave Poll, Parcs Canada, Calgary

Sterling Miller, National Wildlife Federation, Missoula, Montana

Wes Bradford, Parcs Canada, parc national Jasper

Rob Watt, Parcs Canada, parc national des Lacs-Waterton

Dave Poll, Parcs Canada, Région de l’Ouest

Wayne Kasworm, United States Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS), Libby, Montana

Wayne Wakkinen, Idaho Department of Fish and Game, Bonners Ferry

David Mattson, Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff

Kimberly Romain, Washington State University, Pullman

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