Caribou in Alberta's oil sands stressed by human activity, not wolves, research suggests

Wednesday, June 22, 2011 - 13:31 in Earth & Climate

New research suggests that, in the petroleum-rich Athabaska Oil Sands in northern Alberta, human activity related to oil production and the timber industry could be more important than wolves in the decline of the caribou population.

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