Saturday, 01 November 1997 19:17

Deer Carrying Capacity: Too Few, Too Many, and for Whom?

Written by The Northern Logger and Timber Processor Magazine
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In this article, the author considers the role of white-tailed deer in Pennsylvania. This article examines the sequence of events leading to the current size of the deer herd in the state (History), the clash between biological and cultural carrying capacities (Capacity), the impacts of the white-tailed deer on forest resources (Habitat), and the effect deer density has on the size and biology of the animal (Hunting).

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  • Authoring Organization: Other External Resource
  • Language: English
  • Type: Staff Contribution
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