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Kenai Fjords National Park: A research associate from the University of Alaska takes the viewer through the objectives of the inventory of small mammals. The trapping process and the overall benefits of this type of inventory are discussed.
- Field Notes from Kenai Fjords, Alaska, Environmental Monitoring, Environmental Monitoring
- alaska, biological diversity, conservation, field notes, inventory, kenai fjords, monitoring, national park, preservation, small mammals, trapping
- Date of Video
- June 12, 2004
- Video Location
- Kenai Fjords National Park, Seward, AK
- 59°55'4"N × 149°59'15"W
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