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Number 2
Winter 2006-2007
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Bison herd, Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming. (Copyright Dan Ng) The ecological future of North American bison

By Michael A. Soukup
Published: 15 Jan 2014 (online)  •  30 Jan 2014 (in print)
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Bison as symbol
Genetics
Disease
Behavior
Wild bison for the future
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Editor's note

Editor’s Note: Following are remarks of Mike Soukup, NPS associate director for Natural Resource Stewardship and Science, on the occasion of the Wildlife Conservation Society meeting on the ecological future of North American bison, held in Denver, Colorado, 23 October 2006. His address rounds out the discussion of bison management in North America by sharing a context for the scientific findings of our cover article on the history and genetics of federal bison herds and examining several other important and interrelated management considerations.

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