Mammal studies in northeastern Alaska with emphasis within the Canning River Drainage by Renewable Resources Consulting Services.

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Published by Canadian Arctic Gas Study in Calgary, Alta .

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  • Mammals -- Alaska.,
  • Mammals -- Alaska -- Canning River.

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Statementedited by R. D. Jakimchuk ; prepared by Renewable Resources Consulting Services
SeriesBiological report series -- v. 24
ContributionsJakimchuk, R. D., Canadian Arctic Gas Study Limited., Arctic Gas., Alaskan Arctic Gas Study Company.
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LC ClassificationsQL"719"A4"R46"1974b
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Pagination298 p. (in various pagings) :
Number of Pages298
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Open LibraryOL20005995M

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