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Barren ground caribou are one of the most important natural resources for northern aboriginal peoples in Canada, and their responsible management has been identified as a top priority by northern communities and governments. This study is aimed to assess the impacts of summer range forage availability and quality on Bathurst caribou's productivity and abundance. Despite well documented effects of habitat nutrition on individual animal, few studies have been able to link nutrition and populationdoi:10.4236/nr.2014.54014 fatcat:vbpbl26mlzfuzkee36mwxideim