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Cal Lensink is interviewed by Liz Williams on February 25, 1998 in Alaska.

Author: Calvin J Lensink; Liz Williams
Series: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Pioneers Oral History Project tapes
Edition/Format:   Audiobook on Cassette : Cassette recording : English
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ORAL HISTORY 2000-95-07 PT. 1. Cal Lensink talks about choosing wildlife management to major in college, master studies at the University of Alaska Fairbanks, his doctorate at Purdue University, a colder climate in Fairbanks in the 1950s, where he lived in Fairbanks, working for the Fish and Wildlife Service when he was in Fairbanks, his work for the Rampart studies, working on marten in the Interior for his mater's
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Genre/Form: Interviews (Sound recordings)
Oral histories
History
Interviews
Named Person: Calvin J Lensink; Clarence J Rhode; Calvin J Lensink
Material Type: Audio book, etc.
Document Type: Sound Recording
All Authors / Contributors: Calvin J Lensink; Liz Williams
OCLC Number: 1077475840
Notes: For educational and non-profit uses only. For commercial uses, please contact the UAF Oral History Program.
Event notes: Recorded in Alaska on February 25, 1998.
Description: 2 audiocassettes (approximately 30 min.) : analog.
Series Title: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Pioneers Oral History Project tapes

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ORAL HISTORY 2000-95-07 PT. 1. Cal Lensink talks about choosing wildlife management to major in college, master studies at the University of Alaska Fairbanks, his doctorate at Purdue University, a colder climate in Fairbanks in the 1950s, where he lived in Fairbanks, working for the Fish and Wildlife Service when he was in Fairbanks, his work for the Rampart studies, working on marten in the Interior for his mater's degree, working on sea otters for his Ph. D., waterfowl studies, the transition to air travel after WWII in Alaska, waterfowl work for the Rampart studies, working on the Yukon Flats and Innoko River, Castle Lake, working at Patuxent Research Center in the winter, base-line studies for Rampart, Chuck Evans, Jay Eisenhower, the conclusion for the Rampart Dam proposal, other plans for hydropower projects up and down the Yukon, Devil's Canyon and the Susitna, life history studies on marten, trapping pressure in Alaska after WWII, Charlie Gilliam, Olaus Murie, Larry Palmer, the Fish and Wildlife Service funding research at the University of Alaska Fairbanks, baseline studies and management, selection for the new refuges under the Alaska National Interest Lands Conservation Act, the Alaska National Claims Settlement Act withdrawals, Gordy Watson, Dave Spencer, Chuck Evans, John Dingell, going to Washington with Jim King to identify land for refuge selection, Don Young, Ted Stevens, presenting their proposals to Rogers Morton, putting a wildlife brochure together to support the proposal for the refuges, serving as refuge manager at Clarence J. Rhode Refuge, his detail work the last two years he was refuge manager, the coastal ecosystem project in Alaska, the marine bird project, Outer Continental Shelf Environmental Assessment Program, funding for the marine bird project, the geese numbers at the Rhode Refuge, cooperative agreements with universities to fund work on the refuge, limiting hunting in the spring, contact with state people, Skip Braden, Ray Baxter, and management of musk ox on Nunivak Island,

ORAL HISTORY 2000-95-07 PT. 1. Cal Lensink talks about transplanting musk ox, his relationships with the Natives in Bethel, Ignatious Gregory, cooking in the field, John Teal, the origins of Alaska musk ox, snow planes, the book - The Alaska Natives and the land, his thoughts on the Alaska National Interest Lands Conservation Act, cooperative management plans, and his travels.

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