GMNP

AcronymDefinition
GMNPGros Morne National Park (Canada)
GMNPGuadalupe Mountains National Park (Texas)
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The structure, extent, and composition of the extensive wetlands of GMNP are of obvious importance to the plants, wildlife and visitor experience.
More than forty broad locations throughout GMNP were monitored in this project (Fig.
As an additional explanation for the moose migration within GMNP, as suggested in McLaren et al.
In the late 1970s when GMNP was being established, moose increased first on the highlands and by the 1980s moose had increased throughout the Park (Connor et al.
In 1999, GMNP managers, after years of position-based negotiations between the Park and local communities, decided that they "were not getting anywhere" with the issue of snowmobiling and decided to change their approach:
During this period GMNP staff developed clear principles to define their involvement in and communicate with the local community (Parks Canada n.d.).
Black Gap Wildlife Management Area and GMNP had the third and fourth most escape terrain, respectively.
The GMNP is near the Sierra Diablo Mountains which contains established populations of desert bighorn sheep.
It has been hypothesized that the Gros Morne moose population expanded as its range expanded into new habitat created by insect, wind, and timber cutting disturbances in GMNP (Connor et al.
Moose likely invaded the area now protected by GMNP in 1925 and became common by the 1950s, with modest population increases until the 1970s.
The Federal/Provincial Agreement in 1973 requires that GMNP preserve naturally-occurring ecosystems which are representative of the region and provide timber for domestic harvesting.
Moose were successfully introduced into Newfoundland in 1904 (Pimlott 1953) and colonized the entire island, including Gros Morne National Park (GMNP) on the Great Northern Peninsula by the late 1940's (Caines and Deichmann 1989).