Back from the brink: the road to muskox conservation in the Northwest Territories
Arctic Institute of North America of the University of Calgary, Jun 1, 1991 - Nature - 127 pages
Comprehensive history of the status of muskoxen (Ovibos moschatos) in the Northwest Territories, with details of hunting, trade in skins and conservation efforts from the late 17th century to date.
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Early Sightings and Utilization on the Mainland
The Hudsons Bay Companys Trade
Muskox Hides Traded to the Whalers
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aerial survey Anderson animals were killed August Axel Heiberg Island Back River Banks Island basins Bathurst Bear Lake bull Canada Canadian Arctic Cape Captain caribou Chesterfield Inlet Churchill coast Coppermine Dease Devon Island Dubawnt east Ellesmere Island encountered Eskimo Esquimaux estimated expedition Fiord Franklin Greenland Gulf Gunn Hanbury Harbour HBCA hides traded Hudson Bay Hudson's Bay Company hunted muskoxen hunters hunting parties hunting pressure Indians Inuit July Krueger Land large numbers mainland tundra Marble Island meat Melville Island Mercy Bay musk Muskox hides traded muskox population muskoxen muskoxen were seen NAC RG 85 Northwest Territories numbers of muskoxen ODHS Ottawa oxen Peninsula period RCMP reindeer reported Repulse Bay Ross ships shot sightings Simpson skins sledge parties species Stefansson Strait summer Thelon Game Sanctuary total population trade in muskox travelling trip tundra Tyrrell Victoria Island Wager Bay whalers winter York Factory