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Predation alone doesn't explain elk population reductions

Elk Bugles
Sean Sperry/Chronicle

An elk bugles outside of the town of Gardiner, Mont., near Yellowstone National Park, Wednesday Feb. 2, 2011.


Wolves reduce elk numbers by killing them, but it’s likely that they also decrease elk reproduction, according to a Montana State University study.

In a seminar at MSU on Thursday, ecology professor Scott Creel presented more evidence indicating that reintroducing wolves into the ecosystem has affected elk populations in some unforeseen ways. Creel and co-author David Christianson also presented the study to the Society of Conservation Biology last week.

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