The 8th Annual CARMA conference (CARMA MOVING FORWARD: KNOWLEDGE TO ACTION) was held in Vancouver December 4th to 6th 2012.

 

Click here for the proceedings.

 

The following documents represent the agenda, presentations, posters from this conference. Breakout groups will be posted shortly.

 

Document  Description  
Presentor 

 

 

Agenda  CARMA 7 - Agenda  Russell, Don
Poster

Detecting Anomalies in Forage Availability and Quality of the Bathurst Caribou Summer Range using Satellite Remote Sensing

Chen, Wenjun
Poster

Exploring Correspondences among Bathurst Caribou Demographic Variables, Summer Range Anomalies and Climate during 1985-2011

Chen, Wenjun
Poster Scientific and educational cooperation in reindeer health das Neves, Dr. Carlos Gonçalo, DVM PhD
Poster Laying in Wait: How One Parasite has Adapted to a Migratory Host in the Arctic Hoar, Bryanne
Poster MANAGEMENT OF THE TAIMYR WILD REINDEER POPULATION: PAST, PRESENT AND FUTURE  KOLPASHCHIKOV, LEONID A. 
Poster

Climate Change, Wildfires and Reindeer in Northern Eurasia: Modeling Impacts of Possible Wildfire Increase on Domestic and Wild Reindeer Habitats inYamal-Nenets and Taimyr Regions

 

 
LAUNSPACH, JONATHON 
Poster Harvest Management Plan for the Porcupine Caribou Herd in Canada   Lemke, Deana
Poster

Taimyr Wild Reindeer Spatial Fidelity and Calving Grounds Dynamics in a Changing Climate

 

 
Petrov, Andrey N. 
Poster Forecasting the Impact of Land-use Change on Caribou 

Semeniuk, Christina
A.D

 
Poster Relationships between parasitism and body condition in migratory caribou  Simard, Alice-Anne 
Poster

THE DEVIL'S IN THE DIVERSITY: DIVERGENT PARASITE FAUNAS AND THEIR
IMPACTS ON BODY CONDITION IN TWO GREENLAND CARIBOU POPULATIONS

 
Steele, Jillian 
Poster

Monitoring the status of the Porcupine Caribou Herd

 
 Suitor
Poster

An Introduced Population in an Exploited Ecosystem

Þórarinsdóttir
Poster

A Nearctic parasite in a Palearctic Host: Parelaphostrongylus andersoni infecting semi-domesticated reindeer in Alaska

 
 

Verocai1, Guilherme G.

Presentation CIMP Boyan, Tracz
Presentation A successful health monitoring plan Checkly, Sylvia
Presentation Phases of the cycle of abundance (how management and monitoring do and should change through abundance) Courturier, Serge
Presentation History of Fortymile Caribou Management Gardiner, Craig
Presentation Need to monitor Brucellosis globally Godroid, Jacques
Presentation Current state of knowledge of calving grounds and migratory tundra caribou Gunn, Anne
Presentation The power of sharing information Hegel, Troy
Presentation Current status of calving ground conservation Hummel, Monte
Presentation Why long term health monitoring Kutz, Susan
Presentation Cumulative Effects Considerations Russell, Don
Presentation Industry Needs Setterington, Mike
Presentation Body Condition Monitoring - Data to Herd Productivity White, Bob & Culyer, Christine
     
     
   
   
   
   

 

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