This project will study how well site activity and re-vegetation influence caribou behaviour and survival. Understanding caribou response to development and restoration will improve caribou recovery planning.
Caribou behaviour and calving success in relation to oil and gas development: are all disturbances created equal?
- October 2015
Progress update: The team coordinates with partners and starts collecting data
- April 2016
Year 1 Interim Report Delivered
Progress update: Preliminary results delivered to partners.
- October 2016
Year 1 Report
Progress update: Data analysed and report written.
- May 2017
Year 2 Report
Progress update: The analysis was updated with year 2 data and written up.
- May 2017
Preliminary Results Presented
Progress update: Presentation for the Canadian Society of Ecology and Evolution in Victoria, BC
- August 2017
Data Collection Complete
Progress update: Field work collected from June through August.
- September 2017
Data Analysis Underway
Progress update: Papers and final report in in production.
- October 2017
Progress update: Final report delivered to partners.
Caribou Program final report for BCOGRIS.
Caribou Program interim report prepared for BCOGRIS.
Caribou and Wolf Habitat Selection in Relation to Oil and Gas Wells: are all disturbances created equal?
Caribou Program presentation by Doug MacNearney for the BC Oil and Gas Research and Innovation Society.