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Northern diseased bison: En106-16/1990E-PDF

report of the Environmental Assessment Panel.

"In 1986, an interjurisdictional Steering Committee of representatives from the governments of Canada, Alberta, and the Northwest Territories formed a Task Force to suggest answers to the problems posed for both agriculture and the conservation of wood bison by the presence in Wood Buffalo National Park and surrounding areas of a herd of bison of mixed origin with a high prevalence of both tuberculosis and bovine brucellosis"--Exec. Summary.

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Department/Agency Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency.
Title Northern diseased bison
Subtitle report of the Environmental Assessment Panel.
Series Title Federal environmental assessment and review process ;
Publication Type Series - View Master Record
Language [English]
Other Language Editions [French]
Format Electronic
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Note "August 1990." Digitized edition from print. Issued also in French under title: Bisons malades du Nord : rapport de la Commission d’'évaluation environnementale.
Date c1990.
Number of Pages 47 p. :
Catalogue Number
  • En106-16/1990E-PDF
Subject Terms Environmental impact assessment, Wildlife management, Animal diseases