Through the expertise of its principal, TEAMS-LTD brings substantial expertise in wildlife ecology and management to the company. Wildlife is important as a terrestrial resource for its existence and economic values, and as a powerful indicator of ecosystem health. Wildlife essentially co-exist with humans and their economic systems and are therefore joint products of systems that are frequently managed for multiple interests.

There are few resource projects that either do not include wildlife as an assessment consideration with a strong emphasis on how predicted changes to resources may impact the short- to long-term wellbeing of habitats of numerous wildlife species. In addition the founder conducted habitat assessments and created Critical Wildlife Habitat Maps for several 1:250,000 map sheets in Saskatchewan.

Research Species: Moose, White-tailed Deer, Elk, Barren Ground Caribou, Woodland Caribou, Timber Wolves, Beaver, Snowshoe Hares, Black Bears, Grizzly Bears, small mammals, passerines, waterfowl.


Projects with Major Wildlife Habitat Components

L&M Wood Products (Glaslyn, Sk.) - design and develop 200 year forest Mistik Management - design and develop 100 year forest management plan and impact assessment of that plan for a pulpmill and sawmill operating on more than 3 million hectares of lands in west-central Saskatchewan (1990-1995).

Weyerhaeuser Canada – long-term project identifying key elements in relationship between forestry practices and wildlife  populations and management. 

Federation of Saskatchewan Indian Nations – policy development and advisor on natural resource management.

FMC Corporation/World Widlilfe Fund – conducted extensive analysis of impact of the ag chemical, furadan on non-target wildlife in Western Canada and defended the corporate position.

THOMPSON, I. and STEWART, RR. 1998. Habitat Management of Moose in North America. In Ecology and Management of the North American Moose by Albert W. Franzmann (Editor), Charles C. Schwartz (Editor), Al Franzmann, 640 pages 1 Ed  edition (January 1998) Smithsonian Institution Press; ISBN: 1560987758 

RR. STEWART and M. MARTEL. 1996. Application of a 'Bio-economic Strategic Planning Model' to an Industrial Forest in Saskatchewan. In W.L. Adomowicz et. Al. (eds.), Forestry, Economics and the Environment, CAB, ISBN 0 85198 982 9.

RR. STEWART. 1992. Application of Integrated Resource Management and Adaptive Management Strategies to the Boreal Forest.  Presented to Birds in the Boreal Forest Workshop, Prince Albert, Saskatchewan, March, 1992.

RR. STEWART. 1991. Status of Fish and Wildlife Programs on Indian Lands in Saskatchewan. Presented to 9th Annual Meeting of  the Native American Fish and Wildlife Society, Bar Harbor, Maine.

RR. STEWART. 1990. Fish and Wildlife and Sustainable Development in the Forests of Saskatchewan. Presented to the SaskFuture Conference on Environment and Economy, Regina

R.R. STEWART. 1992. Application of Integrated Resource Management and Adaptive Management Strategies to the Boreal Forest. Presented to Birds in the Boreal Forest Workshop, Prince Albert, Saskatchewan, March, 1992.

R.R. STEWART. 1988. Response of Selected Small Mammals and Passerine Birds to a Single Spray Application of Carbofuran on Native Grasslands.

R.R. STEWART and D.GAUTHIER. 1988. Temporal Patterns of Saskatchewan Moose Population Numbers, 1955-1988. Alces: 24.

R.R. STEWART and J.C. Haigh. 1987. Gestation Period in Two Yearling Captive Moose, (Alces alces) in Saskatchewan. Canadian Field Naturalist 101: 103-104.

R.R. STEWART 1986. Welfare Deer: Should we Maintain Our deer on Government Handouts? Alberta/Saskatchewan Western Sportsmen 18(2): 69-73.

R.R. STEWART. 1986. White-tail Dilemma. Alberta/Saskatchewan Western Sportsmen 18(4).

R.R. STEWART. 1986. The Hormonal Control of Reproduction in Moose. Alces (21): 393-402.

R.R. STEWART. 1985. The Cooperative Wildlife Management Study and its Application to White-tailed Deer in Saskatchewan. Sk. Parks and Ren. Res. Tech. Bulletin.

R.R. STEWART. 1985. The White-tailed Deer of the Crystal Beach Game Preserve: An Ecological Investigation. Sk. Parks and  Ren. Res. Tech. Rep. 85-2, 37pp.

R.R. STEWART. 1985. A Sex- and Age-selective Harvest Management Strategy for Moose Management in Saskatchewan. In S.L.  Beason and S.F. Roberson, eds. Game harvest Management. Ceasar Kleberg Wildlife Research Institute, Kingsville,  Texas.

R.R. STEWART. 1984. The Impact of Black Bear Removal on Moose calf Survival in East Central Saskatchewan. Alces (21) 403-418.

R.R. STEWART. 1984. Sex and Age Structures of White-tailed Deer Populations in Southeastern Saskatchewan. Wildlife  Population Management Bulletin # 2, 20pp.

R.R. STEWART. 1984. Application of Aerial Quadrat Census Techniques to the Bronson and Divide Forest Moose Survey Blocks.   Wildlife Population Management Bulletin # 11, 18pp.

R.R. STEWART. 1984. The Stratified Random Block Survey Technique. Wildlife Population Management Bulletin # 12, 2pp.

R.R. STEWART. 1983. Critical Wildlife Habitat Loss in Southeastern Saskatchewan. Wildlife Population Management Bulletin # 2, 4pp.

Wobeser, G, W. Runge and STEWART, R.R. 1983. Metorchis conjunctis Infection in Wolves (Canis lupus) with Pancreati Involvement in Two Animals. J. Wildl. Diseases 19(4):353-356.

R.R. STEWART. 1983. Moose Mountain and Duck Mountain Upland Big Game Population Status. Wildlife Population Management  Bulletin # 18, 15pp.

Hart R.T. and STEWART, R.R.. 1982. Terrestrial Wildlife Habitat Inventory of the Saskatoon Map Area. Wildlife Tech. Report 82-1, 168pp.

R.R. STEWART. 1981. Seasonal Diets of White-tailed deer for Three Broad Ecological Zones in Saskatchewan. Wildlife Tech. Report 82-4, 21pp.

J.C. Haigh, STEWART, R.R., and W. Mytton. 1980. Relations Among Linear Measures and Weights for Moose (Alces alces). Alces  16: 1-10.

Brewster, D andR.R. STEWART. 1981. Lobstick Lake Wilderness Area: A proposal to Protect the Southern Portion of the Saskatchewan River Delta. Wildlife Tech. Report 80-9. 

J.C. Haigh, STEWART, R.R., and R. Longmuir. 1980. Effects of Capture and Bicarbonate Therapy on Acid base and Electrolyte  Balance on Wild Moose.

Hart R.T. and STEWART, R.R.. 1979. Terrestrial Wildlife Habitat Inventory of the Cypress Map Area.Wildlife Tech. Report 79-1.

29.STEWART, R.R.. 1978. Introduction of Sex- and Age-specific Hunting Licences for the Moose Harvest in Saskatchewan. Alces 14:141-156.

R.R. STEWART and A. Flynn. 1978. Mineral Levels of Saskatchewan Moose Hair. Alces 14.

R.R. STEWART, R.R. MacLennan and J.D. Kinnear. 1977. The Relationship of Plant Phenology to Moose. Wildl. Tech. Rep. # 3. 20pp.

R.R. STEWART and R.R. Maclennan. 1977. New Plan for Moose Management. Fish and Game Sportsmen 9(1). 50-54pp. 

R.R. STEWART and R.R. Maclennan. 1977. Saskatchewan Moose Harvesting Program for 1977: Herd Management. Alces 13:91-98.

R.R. STEWART. 1977. Investigation of Fall Food Habits of Moose for Two Island Habitats in Southern Saskatchewan. Wildl. Tech.  Report 77-3.

J.C. Haigh, R.R. STEWART, and R. Frokjer, and T. Haugh. 1977. Capture of a Moose with Fentanyl and Xylazing. J. Zoo. An. Med. (83):22-29.

J.C. Haigh, R.R. STEWART, and P.S. MacWilliams. 1977. Capture Myopathy in a Moose. J. Am. Vet. Med. Assoc. 171(9):924-926.

R.R. STEWART, R.R. Maclennan and J.D. Kinnear. 1976. Annual Variation in Plant Phenological Events and its Theoretical Relationship to Energy Balance in Moose. Alces 12: 1-30.

R.R. STEWART. 1973. Reproductive Biology and Food Habits of Lynx in Northern Ontario. M. Sc. Thesis, University of Guelph,  Guelph, Ont