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LATE-WINTER HABITAT STUDIES
Proulx, G. and R. Kariz. 2005. Winter Habitat use by moose, Alces alces, in Central Interior British Columbia. Canadian Field-Naturalist 119: 186-191.
Proulx, G. 2013. Late-winter habitat use by boreal woodland Caribou (Rangifer tarandus caribou), in Northwestern Saskatchewan. Canadian Wildlife Biology & Management 2: 11-22.
Proulx, G. 2015. Late-winter habitat of the Little Smoky boreal woodland caribou (Rangifer tarandus caribou) population, Alberta, Canada : composition and structural characteristics, management implications, and habitat conservation plan. Canadian Wildlife Biology & Management 4 (2).
Proulx, G. 2008. Late-Winter habitat use by mule deer, Odocoileus hemionus, in Central Interior British Columbia. Canadian Field-Naturalist 122: 205-211.
Proulx, G. 2006. Using forest inventory data to predict winter habitat use by fisher Martes pennanti in British Columbia, Canada. Acta Theriologica 51: 275-282.
Proulx, G. 2014. Late-winter Habitat Use by the Fisher, Pekania pennanti (Erxleben,1777), in the Boreal Plains Ecozone of Northwestern Saskatchewan, Canada. Canadian Field-Naturalist 128: 272-275.
Proulx, G., and H. L. Dickson. 2014. Occurrence and distribution of fishers (Pekania pennanti) in the central aspen parklands of Alberta. Canadian Wildlife Biology & Management 3: 15-21.
Proulx, G. 2006. Winter habitat use by American marten, Martes Americana, in western Alberta boreal forests. Canadian Field-Naturalist 120: 100-105.
Proulx, G. 2009. Conserving American marten spruce forests affected by mountain pine beetle Dendroctonus ponderosae infestations and logging in British Columbia, Canada. Small Carnivore Conservation 41: 51-57.