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Steeve D. Côté

Steeve D. Côté has studied mountain goats for 12 years, and has conducted research projects on caribou, muskox, white-tailed deer, kiang, gray and hooded seals, and king penguins. He is currently Coholder of an industrial NSERC research chair. He has been a professor for 5 years and supervised 16 graduate students (including 11 current students) and 6 post-doctoral fellows. He is an associate professor of animal ecology at Universite Laval in Quebec City, Quebec. His research interests include behavioral ecology of large herbivores, evolution of life-history strategies, wildlife management, conservation biology, and population genetics.

Mountain Goats

Mountain Goats

Ecology, Behavior, and Conservation of an Alpine Ungulate

Mountain goats have been among the least studied of North American ungulates, leaving wildlife managers with little information on which to base harvest strategies or conservation plans.   This book offers the first comprehensive assessment of...