Boreal Caribou (Rangifer tarandus) Boreal caribou (Rangifer tarandus) in Alberta include caribou in the Little Smoky, Chinchaga, Northeastern Alberta, and Cold Lake area. For specific herd ranges please see map below. 2015 Moose and Predator Numerical Response to Anthropogenic Features 2006 Boreal Caribou: Telemetry Project (Bistcho Lake/Cameron Hill Herds University of Alberta 2011-2013 Assessing Spatial Factors Affecting Predation Risk to Boreal Caribou Calves: Implications for Management 2012 Use of Anthropogenic Linear Features by Alternative Predators in Woodland Caribou Range 2010 The Role of Predation in Woodland Caribou Population Declines in Northeastern Alberta University of Calgary / University of Montana 2011-2012 The Role of Predation in Woodland Caribou Declines in West Central Alberta 2013 final report 2012 Interim Report 2011 Interim Report 2011 Ecological Forum presentation 2007-2009 Linear Features, Forest and Wolf Predation of Caribou Prey in West Central Alberta 2009 Ecological Forum Presentation 2009 Final report fRI Research (Foothills Research Institute) 2018 Woodland Caribou Calving Areas and Calf Survival in Relation to Habitat Selection, Anthropogenic Disturbance, and Exposure to Predation Risk 2016 Does the recovery of linear features increase functional habitat for caribou? 2015 -2016 Assessing disease prevalence and caribou health in west-central Alberta 2015 Year 1 report 2015 Caribou behaviour and calving success in relation to oil and gas development: are all disturbances created equal? Figure 1: Woodland Caribou ranges in Alberta. Click on ranges to see AUPRF project and more information.