Ecology of the Emperor Goose in Alaska
Monograph presenting data from field work and other sources to establish a baseline for emperor goose (Anser canagicus) nesting and ecology behavior on a breeding area free of disruptive human activity (Kokechik Bay, Kuskokwim area western Alaska).
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