New articles in Rangifer normal issue – Rangifer (1), 2011

Rangifer vol 32 (1), normal issue 2011 is available with 14 articles at free access.

Arnoldus Schytte Blix, John Ness, Hans Lian Experiences from 40 years of muskox (Ovibos moschatus) farming in Norway

Anna Olofsson, Öje Danell, Birgitta Åhman, Pär Forslund Carcass records of autumn-slaughtered reindeer as indicator of long-term changes in animal condition

 Shane P. Mahoney, Jackie N. Weir, J. Glenn Luther, James A. Schaefer, Shawn F. Morrison Morphological change in Newfoundland caribou: Effects of abundance and climate

 Sara C. McCarthy, Robert B. Weladji, Christine Doucet, Paul Saunders Woodland caribou calf recruitment in relation to calving/post-calving landscape composition

Eva Wiklund, Lisbeth Johansson Water-holding capacity, colour stability and sensory characteristics in meat (M. longissimus dorsi) from reindeer fed two different commercial feeds

Samuel Roturier Sami herders’ classification system of reindeer winter pastures – A contribution to adapt forest management to reindeer herding in northern Sweden

Mauri Nieminen, Harri Norberg, Veikko Maijala Mortality and survival of semi-domesticated reindeer (Rangifer tarandus tarandus L.) calves in northern Finland

 Eva Wiklund Microbiological shelf life of fresh, chilled reindeer meat (M. longissimus dorsi)

 Patrik Lantto The establishment of a scientific field: The history of reindeer husbandry research in Sweden 1900-1970

 Ingrid Sommerseth Archaeology and the debate on the transition from reindeer hunting to pastoralism

 Kirsi Muuttoranta, Asko Mäki-Tanila Selection decisions among reindeer herders in Finland

 Hallvard Haanes, Knut H. Røed, Olav Rosef Sex-biased dispersal in a northern ungulate population

 Jean J. Lauvergne, Mauri Nieminen Genetic polymorphism of adult reindeer coat colour in a herding cooperative in Finnish Lapland

 Birgitte Ulvevadet Problems and challenges for user participation: The system of representation in reindeer husbandry in Norway

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