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QuickNote: Prioritizing seismic lines for restoration in west-central Alberta

Within caribou ranges in west-central Alberta, there are 15,587km of seismic lines with mean densities of 1.45km/km2. In 2013, the fRI Research Caribou Program, in collaboration with the Grizzly Bear Program, started a project that combined LiDAR and GPS collar data from caribou and their predators to identify seismic lines that could be prioritized for restoration in caribou ranges of west-central Alberta.

This two page briefing note describes some of the published results from the project.

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