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REMUS has been used internationally:


REMUS in Caribou Conservation and Management. Presentation at the University of Alberta. 23 April, 2004

REMUS presentation at the Institute of Environmental Sciences, Jagiellonian University, Poland,
28 February 2002

Currently REMUS is used in ENCS476: Dynamics of Wildlife and Rangeland Systems at the University of Alberta, Canada.

REMUS was developed by Piotr Weclaw at the University of Alberta in the Department of Renewable Resources (supervisor: Dr Robert Hudson), as a Master of Science thesis project.

REMUS was developed to integrate the existing knowledge on woodland caribou into a predictive tool describing the long-term caribou population dynamics in response to a variety of cumulative effects.

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