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Wildlife Professional Publications

Articles Published in Science and Management Journals

This list provides citations for journal and other externally-published articles and theses written by ADF&G Division of Wildlife Conservation staff and others working on ADF&G wildlife research, except Marine Mammals program publications.



2014

 

2013

  • Bowyer, R. T., J. G. Kie, D. K. Person, and K. L. Monteith. 2013. Metrics of predation: Perils of predator-prey ratios. Acta Theriologica DOI 10.1007/s13364-013-0133-1.
  • Cameron, R. D., B. Griffith, L. S. Parrett, and R. G. White. 2013. Efficacy of calf:cow ratios for estimating calf production of arctic caribou. B. Ahman, editor. Proceedings of the 13th Arctic Ungulate Conference, Yellowknife, Canada, 22-26 August 2011. Rangifer 33(Special Issue 21):27-34.
  • Colson, K. E., T. J. Brinkman, D. K. Person, and K. J. Hundertmark. 2013. Fine-scale social and spatial genetic structure in Sitka black-tailed deer. Conservation Genetics 14:439–449.
  • Coltrane, J. A., and R. Sinnott 2013. Winter home range and habitat use by porcupines in Alaska. The Journal of Wildlife Management 77(3): 505–513.
  • Gardner, C. L., K. B. Beckmen, N. J. Pamperin, and P. Del Vecchio. 2013. Experimental treatment of dog lice infestation in Interior Alaska wolf packs. Journal of Wildlife Management 77(3):626-632.
  • Lauper, M., I. Lechner, P. S. Barboza, W. B. Collins, J. Hummel, D. Codron, and M. Clauss. 2013. Rumination of different-sized particles in muskoxen (Ovibos moschatus) and moose (Alces alces) on grass and browse diets, and implications for rumination in different ruminant feeding types. Mammalian Biology 78:142–152.
  • Peirce, J. M., E. O. Otis, M. S. Wipfli, and E. H. Follmann. 2013. Interactions between brown bears and chum salmon at McNeil River, Alaska. Ursus 24(1):42-53.
  • Person, D. K., and T. J. Brinkman. 2013. Succession debt and roads: Long-term consequences of harvesting timber on a wolf-deer predator-prey ecological community in Southeast Alaska. Pages 141–157 in G. Orians, and J. Schoen, editors. Northern Pacific temperate rainforests: Ecology and conservation. University of Washington Press, Seattle.
  • Prichard, A. K., D. A. Yokel, C. L. Rea, B. T. Person, and L. S. Parrett. 2013 [early view first published online 31 October 2013]. The effect of frequency of telemetry locations on movement-rate calculations in Arctic caribou. Wildlife Society Bulletin doi/10.1002/wsb.357.
  • Schmidt, J. H., and T. S. Gorn. 2013. Possible secondary population-level effects of selective harvest of adult male muskoxen. PLoS ONE 8(6): e67493. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0067493.

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2012

  • Booms, T. L. 2012. Banded Alaskan gyrfalcon discovered in Arabian falconry. Journal of Raptor Research 46(2):226–227.
  • Booms, T. L., L. S. Parrett, and M. A. Keech. 2012. Use of a net gun to safely capture short-eared owls in mid-flight from a helicopter. Journal of Raptor Research 46(2):208–211.
  • Castellini, J. M., L. D. Rea, C. L. Lieske, K. B. Beckmen, B. S. Fadely, J. M. Maniscalco, and T. M. O'Hara. 2012. Mercury concentrations in hair from neonatal and juvenile Steller sea lions (Eumetopias jubatus): Implications based on age and region in this northern Pacific marine sentinel piscivore. EcoHealth 9(3):267–277.
  • Evans, A. L., C. G. das Neves, G. F. Finstad, K. B. Beckmen, E. Sjerve, I. H. Nymo, and M. Tryland. 2012. Evidence of alphaherpesvirus infections in Alaskan caribou and reindeer. BMC Veterinary Research 8(5):1–8.
  • Gustine, D. D., P. S. Barboza, J. P. Lawler, L. G. Adams, K. L. Parker, S. M. Arthur, and B. S. Shults. 2012. Diversity of nitrogen isotopes and protein status in caribou: Implications for monitoring northern ungulates. Journal of Mammalogy 93(3):778–790.
  • Johnson, J. A., S. M. Matsuoka, D. F. Tessler, R. Greenberg, and J. W. Fox. 2012. Identifying migratory pathways used by Rusty Blackbirds breeding in Southcentral Alaska. Wilson Journal of Ornithology 124(4):698–703.
  • Kreeger, T. J., and K. A. Kellie. 2012. Sufentanil citrate immobilization of Alaskan moose calves. Journal of Wildlife Diseases 48(4):1088–1091.
  • McDonough, T. J., and A. M. Christ. 2012. Geographic variation in size, growth, and sexual dimorphism of Alaska brown bears, Ursus arctos. Journal of Mammalogy 93(3):686–697.
  • Oehlers, S. A., R. T. Bowyer, F. Huettmann, D. K. Person, and W. B. Kessler. 2012. Visibility of moose in a temperate rainforest. Alces 48:89–104.
  • Powell, R. A., J. C. Lewis, B. G. Slough, S. M. Brainerd, N. R. Jordan, A. V. Abramov, V. Monakhov, P. A. Zollner, and T. Murakami. 2012. Evaluating translocations of martens, sables, and fishers: Testing model predictions with field data. Pages 93-137 in K. B. Aubry, W. J. Zielinski, M. G. Raphael, G. Prouix, and S. W. Buskirk, editors. Biology and Conservation of Martens, Sables, and Fishers: A New Synthesis. Cornell University Press, Ithaca, New York, USA.
  • Prichard, A. K., K. Joly, and J. Dau. 2012. Quantifying telemetry collar bias when age is unknown: A simulation study with a long-lived ungulate. Journal of Wildlife Management 76(7):1441–1449.
  • Shafer, A. B. A., J. M. Northrup, K. S. White, M. S. Boyce, S. D. Côté, and D. W. Coltman. 2012. Habitat selection predicts genetic relatedness in an alpine ungulate. Ecology 93(6):1317–1329.
  • Tessler, D. F. 2012. The sounds of a changing climate. The Alaskan Wildlifer: Newsletter of the Alaska Chapter of the Wildlife Society, February 2012:8–9.
  • Tessler, D. F., and G. Baluss. 2012. Open-topped vertical pipes: A slow-motion wildlife mortality event unfolds in the west. The Alaskan Wildlifer: Newsletter of the Alaska Chapter of the Wildlife Society, September 2012:7–8.
  • Van Daele, L. J., V. G. Barnes, Jr., and J. L. Belant. 2012. Ecological flexibility of brown bears on Kodiak Island, Alaska. Ursus 23(1):21-29.
  • Verocai, G. G., M. Lejeune, K. B. Beckmen, C. K. Kashivakura, A. M. Veitch, R. A. Popko, C. Fuentealba, E. P. Hoberg, and S. J. Kutz. 2012. Defining parasite biodiversity at high latitudes of North America: New host and geographic records for Onchocerca cervipedis (Nematoda: Onchocercidae) in moose and caribou. Parasites & Vectors 5:242.
  • Wilson, R. R., A. K. Prichard, L. S. Parrett, B. T. Person, G. M. Carroll, M. A. Smith, C. L. Rea, and D. A. Yokel. 2012. Summer resource selection and identification of important habitat prior to industrial development for Teshekpuk caribou herd in northern Alaska. PLoS ONE 7(11):e48697.

 

2011

  • Bente, P. J. 2011. Abundance and multi-year occupancy of Gyrfalcons Falco rusticolus on the Seward Peninsula, Alaska. Pages 295–305 in R. T. Watson, T. J. Cade, M. Fuller, G. Hunt, and E. Potapov, editors. Gyrfalcons and Ptarmigan in a Changing World. The Peregrine Fund, Boise, Idaho.
  • Booms, T. L., P. F. Schempf, and M. R. Fuller. 2011. Preening behavior of adult Gyrfalcons tagged with backpack transmitters. Journal of Raptor Research 45(3):264–267.
  • Booms, T. L., S. L. Talbot, G. K. Sage, B. J. McCaffery, K. G. McCracken, and P. F. Schempf. 2011. Nest-site fidelity and dispersal of Gyrfalcons estimated by noninvasive genetic sampling. The Condor 113(4):768–778.
  • Booms, T., M. Lindgren, and F. Huettmann. 2011. Linking Alaska's predicted climate, Gyrfalcon, and ptarmigan distributions in space and time: A unique 200-year perspective. Pages 177–190 in R. T. Watson, T. J. Cade, M. Fuller, G. Hunt, and E. Potapov, editors. Gyrfalcons and Ptarmigan in a Changing World. The Peregrine Fund, Boise Idaho.
  • Brainerd, S., and D. James. 2011. A comparison of moose management between Scandinavia and Alaska. Sportsmen's Voice, Fall 2011:34–35. http://www.sfw.net/
  • Brinkman, T. J., D. K. Person, F. S. Chapin III, W. Smith, and K. J. Hundertmark. 2011. Estimating abundance of Sitka black-tailed deer using DNA from fecal pellets. Journal of Wildlife Management 75(1):232–242.
  • Collins, W. B., B. W. Dale, L. G. Adams, D. E. Mcelwain, and K. Joly. 2011. Fire, grazing history, lichen abundance, and winter distribution of caribou in Alaska's taiga. The Journal of Wildlife Management 75(2): 369–377.
  • Dubey, J. P., G. V. Velmurugan, C. Rajendran, M. J. Yabsley, N. J. Thomas, K. B. Beckmen, D. Sinnett, D. Ruid, J. Hart, P. A. Fair, W. E. McFee, V. Shearn-Bochsler, O. C. H. Kwok, L. R. Ferreira, S. Choudhary, E. B. Faria, H. Zhou, T. A. Felix, and C. Su. 2011. Genetic characterisation of Toxoplasma gondii in wildlife from North America revealed widespread and high prevalence of the fourth clonal type. International Journal for Parasitology 41:1139–1147.
  • Fuller, M. R., P. F. Schempf, and T. L. Booms. 2011. Developing Gyrfalcon surveys and monitoring for Alaska. Pages 275–282 in R. T. Watson, T. J. Cade, M. R. Fuller, G. Hunt, and E. Potapov, editors. Gyrfalcons and Ptarmigan in a Changing World. The Peregrine Fund, Boise, Idaho.
  • Gustine, D. D., P. S. Barboza, J. P. Lawler, S. M. Arthur, B. S. Shults, K. Persons, and L. G. Adams. 2011. Characteristics of foraging sites and protein status in wintering muskoxen: Insights from isotopes of nitrogen. Oikos 120:1546–1556.
  • Keech, M. A., M. S. Lindberg, R. D. Boertje, P. Valkenburg, B. D. Taras, T. A. Boudreau, and K. B. Beckmen. 2011. Effects of predator treatments, individual traits, and environment on moose survival in Alaska. Journal of Wildlife Management 75:1361–1380.
  • Kirchhoff, M.D. 2011. A review of selected surveys of the Kittlitz's Murrelet (Brachyramphus brevirostris) in Alaska: lessons learned. Marine Ornithology 39:77–83.
  • Magoun, A. J., C. D. Long, M. K. Schwartz, K. L. Pilgrim, R. E. Lowell, and P. Valkenburg. 2011. Integrating motion-detection cameras and hair snags for wolverine identification. Journal of Wildlife Management 75(3):731–739.
  • Matz, A., T. Swem, P. Johnson, T. Booms, and C. White. 2011. Potential for climate change to increase contaminants exposure and effects in Gyrfalcons. Pages 161–175 in R. T. Watson, T. J. Cade, M. Fuller, G. Hunt, and E. Potapov, editors. Gyrfalcons and Ptarmigan in a Changing World. The Peregrine Fund, Boise, Idaho.
  • McCaffery, B. J., T. L. Booms, T. C. J. Doolittle, F. Broerman, J. R. Morgart, and K. M. Sowl. 2011. The ecology of Gyrfalcons Falco rusticolus on the Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta, Alaska. Pages 191–220 in R. T. Watson, T. J. Cade, M. Fuller, G. Hunt, and E. Potapov, editors. Gyrfalcons and Ptarmigan in a Changing World. The Peregrine Fund, Boise, Idaho.
  • Oehlers, S. A., R. T. Bowyer, F. Huettmann, D. K. Person, and W. B. Kessler. 2011. Sex and scale: Implications for habitat selection by Alaskan moose Alces alces gigas. Wildlife Biology 17(1):67–84.
  • Peacock, E., K. Titus, D. L. Garshelis, M. M. Peacock, and M. Kuc. 2011. Mark–recapture using tetracycline and genetics reveal record-high bear density. The Journal of Wildlife Management 75(6): 1513–1520.
  • Rosenfield, R. N., T. L. Booms, K. K. Burnham, B. J. McCaffery, and R. J. Goodwin. 2011. The potential for long-term monitoring and research of Gyrfalcon and Peregrine falcon breeding populations using undergraduate students: An apparent inexhaustible source of funding. Pages 373–384 in R. T. Watson, T. J. Cade, M. R. Fuller, G. Hunt, and E. Potapov, editors. Gyrfalcons and Ptarmigan in a Changing World. The Peregrine Fund, Boise, Idaho.
  • Royle, J. A., A. J. Magoun, B. Gardner, P. Valkenburg, and R. E. Lowell. 2011. Density estimation in a wolverine population using spatial capture-recapture models. Journal of Wildlife Management 75(3):604–611.
  • Seaton, C. T., T. F. Paragi, R. D. Boertje, K. Kielland, S. DuBois, and C. L. Fleener. 2011. Browse biomass removal and nutritional condition of moose Alces alces. (PDF 483 kB) Wildlife Biology 17:55–66.
  • Shafer, A. B. A., K. S. White, S. D. Côté, and D. W. Coltman. 2011. Deciphering translocations from relicts in Baranof Island mountain goats: Is an endemic genetic lineage at risk? Conservation Genetics 12:1261–1268.
  • Smith, W. P., D. K. Person, and S. Pyare. 2011. Source-sinks, metapopulations, and forest reserves: Conserving northern flying squirrels in the temperate rainforests of Southeast Alaska. Pages 399–422 in J. Lui, V. Hull, A. Morzillo, and J. A. Wiens, editors. Source, sinks, and sustainability. Cambridge University Press, United Kingdom.
  • White, K. S., G. W. Pendleton, D. Crowley, H. J. Griese, K. J. Hundertmark, T. McDonough, L. Nichols, M. Robus, C. A. Smith, and J. W. Schoen. 2011. Mountain goat survival in coastal Alaska: Effects of age, sex, and climate. Journal of Wildlife Management 75(8):1731–1744.
  • Young, D. D., and R. D. Boertje. 2011. Prudent and imprudent use of antlerless moose harvests in Interior Alaska. (PDF 888 kB) Alces 47:91–100.

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2010

  • Arthur, S. M., and L. R. Prugh. 2010. Predator-mediated indirect effects of snowshoe hares on Dall's sheep in Alaska. Journal of Wildlife Management 74:1709–1721.
  • Boertje, R. D., M. A. Keech, and T. F. Paragi. 2010. Science and values influencing predator control for Alaska moose management. (PDF 97 kB) Journal of Wildlife Management 74(5):917–928.
  • Booms, T. L. 2010. Gyrfalcon breeding biology in Alaska. Doctoral dissertation, University of Alaska Fairbanks.
  • Booms, T. L., J. S. Whitman, and C. L. Gardner. 2010. Utility of helicopters for short-eared owl, nest searches and surveys. Journal of Raptor Research 44(3):247–248.
  • Booms, T. L., P. F. Schempf, B. J. McCaffery, M. S. Lindberg, and M. R. Fuller. 2010. Detection probability of cliff-nesting raptors during helicopter and fixed-wing aircraft surveys in western Alaska. Journal of Raptor Research 44(3):175–187.
  • Brainerd, S. M., and B. Kaltenborn. 2010. The Scandinavian model: A different path to wildlife management. The Wildlife Professional 4(3):52–56.
  • Brinkman, T. J., M. K. Schwartz, D. K. Person, K. L. Pilgrim, and K. J. Hundertmark. 2010. Effects of time and rainfall on PCR success using DNA extracted from deer fecal pellets. Conservation Genetics 11:1547–1552.
  • Crawford, J. A., R. G. Anthony, J. T. Forbes, and G. A. Lorton. 2010. Survival and causes of mortality for pygmy rabbits (Brachylagus idahoensis) in Oregon and Nevada. Journal of Mammalogy 91(4):838–847.
  • Edmonds, S. T., D. C. Evers, D. A. Cristol, C. Mettke-Hofmann, L. L. Powell, A. J. McGann, J. W. Armiger, O. P. Lane, D. E. Tessler, P. Newell, K. Heyden, and N. J. O'Driscoll. 2010. Geographic and seasonal variation in mercury exposure of the declining Rusty Blackbird. The Condor 112(4):789–799.
  • Gardner, C. L. 2010. Reducing non-target moose capture in wolf snares. Alces 46:167–182.
  • Gardner, C. L., J. P. Lawler, J. M. Ver Hoef, A. J. Magoun, and K. A. Kellie. 2010. Coarse scale distribution surveys and occurrence probability modeling for wolverine in Interior Alaska. Journal of Wildlife Management 74(8):1894–1903.
  • Haskell, S. P., W. B. Ballard, M. C. Wallace, M. H. Humphrey, and D. A. Butler. 2010. Postpartum group cohesion of sympatric deer in Texas. The Journal of Wildlife Management 74(8): 1686–1692.
  • Hoffmann, S. R., S. A. Blunck, K. N. Petersen, E. M. Jones, J. C. Koval, R. Misek, J. A. Frick, H. D. Cluff, C. A. Sime, M. McNay, K. B. Beckmen, M. W. Atkinson, M. Drew, M. D. Collinge, E. E. Bangs, and R. G. Harper. 2010. Cadmium, copper, iron, and zinc concentrations in kidneys of grey wolves, Canis lupus, from Alaska, Idaho, Montana (USA) and the Northwest Territories (Canada). Bulletin of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology 85:481–485.
  • Hopkins, J. B., S. Herrero, R. T. Shideler, K. A. Gunther, C. C. Schwartz, and S. T. Kalinowski. 2010. A proposed lexicon of terms and concepts for human-bear management in North America. Ursus 21(2):154–168.
  • Jacobson, C. A., J. F. Organ, D. J. Decker, G. R. Batcheller, and L. Carpenter. 2010. A conservation institution for the 21st century: Implications for state wildlife agencies. The Journal of Wildlife Management 74(2): 203–209.
  • Johnson, M., P. Clarkson, M. I. Goldstein, S. M. Haig, R. B. Lanctot, D. F. Tessler, and D. Zwiefelhofer. 2010. Seasonal movements, winter range use, and migratory connectivity of the Black Oystercatcher. The Condor 112(4):731–743.
  • Oaks, J. L., T. E. Besser, S. T. Walk, D. M. Gordon, K. B. Beckmen, K. A. Burek, G. J. Haldorson, D. S. Bradway, L. Ouellette, F. R. Rurangirwa, M. A. Davis, G. Dobbin, and T. S. Whittam. 2010. Escherichia albertii in wild and domestic birds. Emerging Infectious Diseases 16(4):638–646.
  • Paragi, T. F. 2010. Density and size of snags, tree cavities, and spruce rust brooms in Alaska boreal forest. Western Journal of Applied Forestry 25(2):88–95.
  • Paragi, T. F., S. G. Gerlach, and A. M. Meadow. 2010. Security of the red meat supply in Alaska. School of Natural Resources and Agricultural Sciences, University of Alaska Fairbanks. Agroborealis 41(1):36–37.
  • Stieve, E., K. Beckmen, S. A. Kania, A. Widner, and S. Patton. 2010. Neospora caninum and Toxoplasma gondii antibody prevalence in Alaska wildlife. Journal of Wildlife Diseases 46(2):348–355.
  • Tessler, D. F., J. A. Johnson, B. A. Andres, S. Thomas, and R. B. Lanctot. 2010. Black Oystercatcher (Haematopus bachmani) Conservation Action Plan. Version 1.1. International Black Oystercatcher Working Group, Alaska Department of Fish and Game, Anchorage, Alaska, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Anchorage, Alaska, and Manomet Center for Conservation Sciences, Manomet, Massachusetts.
  • Van Daele, L. J., and V. G. Barnes Jr. 2010. Management of brown bear hunting on Kodiak Island, Alaska. (PDF 1,330 kB) Scandinavian Bear Conference. Rovdjurscentrum Orsa Grönklitt. Orsa, Sweden.
  • Whitman, J. S. 2010. Complete albinism in a northern red-backed vole, Myodes rutilus, in Alaska. Canadian Field-Naturalist 123(2):167–168.
  • Whitman, J. S. 2010. Diet and prey consumption rates of nesting boreal owls, Aegolius funereus, in Alaska. Canadian Field-Naturalist 123(2):112–116.

 

2009

  • Arthur, S. M. 2009. Review of The return of caribou to Ungava by A. T. Bergerud, S. N. Luttich, and L. Camps. Quarterly Review of Biology 84(3):317–318.
  • Boertje, R. D., M. A. Keech, D. D. Young, K. A. Kellie, and C. T. Seaton. 2009. Managing for elevated yield of moose in Interior Alaska. (PDF 192 kB) Journal of Wildlife Management 73(3):314–327.
  • Brinkman, T. J., T. Chapin, G. Kofinas, and D. K. Person. 2009. Linking hunter knowledge with forest change to understand changing deer harvest opportunities in intensively logged landscapes. Ecology and Society 14(1):http://www.ecologyandsociety.org/vol14/iss1/art36/.
  • Britton, K., V. Grimes, J. Dau, and M. P. Richards. 2009. Reconstructing faunal migrations using intra-tooth sampling and strontium and oxygen isotope analyses: A case study of modern caribou (Rangifer tarandus granti). Journal of Archaeological Science 36:1163–1172.
  • Flynn, R. W., and T. V. Schumacher. 2009. Temporal changes in population dynamics of American martens. Journal of Wildlife Management 73(8):1269–1281.
  • Hastings, K. K., T. S. Gelatt, and J. C. King. 2009. Postbranding Survival of Steller Sea Lion Pups at Lowrie Island in Southeast Alaska. The Journal of Wildlife Management 73(7): 1040–1051.
  • Kenward, R., R. Sharp, B. Manos, S. Arampatzis, S. Brainerd, Y. Lecocq, K. Wollscheid, and F. Reimoser. 2009. Conservation from use of biodiversity and ecosystem services. Pages 68–83 in Proceedings of the XXIX International Union of Game Biologists Congress, Moscow, Russia.
  • McDonough, T. J., and L. E. Olson. 2009. First record of a least weasel, Mustela nivalis, on the Kenai Peninsula, Alaska. Northwestern Naturalist 90:256–258.
  • Person, D. K., and A. L. Russell. 2009. Reproduction and den site selection by wolves in a disturbed landscape. Northwest Science 83(3):211–224.
  • Quakenbush, L. T., R. Shideler, and G. York. 2009. Radio frequency identification tags for grizzly and polar bear research. Coastal Marine Institute, Final Report, OCS Study MMS 2009-004, University of Alaska Fairbanks.
  • Titus, K., T. L. Haynes, and T. F. Paragi. 2009. The importance of moose, caribou, deer, and small game in the diets of Alaskans. Pages 137–143 in R. T. Watson, M. Fuller, M. Pokras, and G. Hunt, editors. Ingestion of spent lead ammunition: Implications for wildlife and humans. Proceedings of the conference Ingestion of Lead from Spent Ammunition: Implications for Wildlife and Humans, Boise State University, Idaho, 12–15 May 2008. The Peregrine Fund.
  • White, K. S., G. W. Pendleton, and E. Hood. 2009. Effects of snow on Sitka black-tailed deer browse availability and nutritional carrying capacity in Southeastern Alaska. Journal of Wildlife Management 73(4):481–487.
  • Wobeser, G., T. Bollinger, A. Neimanis, and K. B. Beckmen. 2009. Dermoid cysts in caribou. Journal of Wildlife Diseases 45(2):505–507.

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2008

  • Adams, L. G., R. O. Stephenson, B. W. Dale, R. T. Ahgook, and D. J. Demma. 2008. Population dynamics and harvest characteristics of wolves in the central Brooks Range, Alaska. (PDF 545 kB) Wildlife Monographs 170.
  • Dale, B. W., L. G. Adams, W. B. Collins, K. Joly, P. Valkenburg, and R. Tobey. 2008. Stochastic and compensatory effects limit persistence of variation in body mass of young caribou. Journal of Mammalogy 89(5):1130–1135.
  • Guzzetti, B. M., S. L. Talbot, D. E. Tessler, V. A. Gill, and E. C. Murphy. 2008. Secrets in the eyes of Black Oystercatchers: A new sexing technique. Journal of Field Ornithology 79(2):215–223.
  • Kirchhoff, M. D., and D. K. Person. 2008. The Alaska perspective: Deer populations in the presence of wolves. Pages 171–179 in A. J. Gaston, T. E. Golumbia, J.-L. Martin, and S. T. Sharpe, editors. Lessons from the Islands: Introduced species and what they tell us about how ecosystems work, Proceedings from the Research Group on Introduced Species 2002 Symposium, Queen Charlotte City, British Columbia, 1–5 October 2002. Canadian Wildlife Service, Special Publication, Environment Canada, Ottawa.
  • McDonough, T. J., and J. S. Selinger. 2008. Mountain goat management on the Kenai Peninsula, Alaska: A new direction. Northern Wild Sheep and Goat Council 16:50–67.
  • Nelson, J., D. Cottam, E. W. Holman, D. J. Lancaster, S. McCorquodale, and D. K. Person. 2008. Habitat guidelines for black-tailed deer: Coastal rainforest ecoregion. Mule Deer Working Group, Western Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies.
  • Pamperin, N. J. 2008. Winter movements of arctic foxes in northern Alaska measured by satellite telemetry. Master's thesis, University of Alaska Fairbanks.
  • Pamperin, N. J., E. H. Follmann, and B. T. Person. 2008. Sea-ice use by arctic foxes in northern Alaska. Polar Biology 31:1421–1426.
  • Person, D. K., and A. L. Russell. 2008. Correlates of mortality in an exploited wolf population. Journal of Wildlife Management 72(7):1540–1549.
  • Prugh, L. R., S. M. Arthur, and C. E. Ritland. 2008. Use of faecal genotyping to determine individual diet. Wildlife Biology 14:318–330.
  • Tessler, D. F. 2008. Arctic and coastal tundra; and northern Boreal forest. Pages 62–76 in D. S. Pilliod, and E. Wind, editors. Habitat Management Guidelines for Amphibians and Reptiles of the Northwestern United States and Western Canada. Partners in Amphibian and Reptile Conservation, Technical Publication HMG-4, Birmingham, Alabama.
  • Wendling, B. R. 2008. Effects of military overflights on habitat use and selection by female Dall's sheep, Yukon–Tanana uplands, Alaska. Master's thesis, University of Alaska Fairbanks.
  • Whitman, J. S. 2008. Post-fledging estimation of annual productivity in Boreal owls based on prey detritus mass. Journal of Raptor Research 42(1):58–60.
  • Young, D. D. Jr., and R. D. Boertje. 2008. Recovery of low bull:cow ratios of moose in Interior Alaska. (PDF 108 kB) Alces 44:65–71.

 

2007

  • Boertje, R. D., K. A. Kellie, C. T. Seaton, M. A. Keech, D. D. Young, B. W. Dale, L. G. Adams, and A. R. Aderman. 2007. Ranking Alaska moose nutrition: Signals to begin liberal antlerless harvests. (PDF 366 kB) Journal of Wildlife Management 71(5):1494-1506.
  • Brinkman, T. J., G. P. Kofinas, F. S. Chapin III, and D. K. Person. 2007. Influence of hunter adaptability on resilience of subsistence hunting systems. Journal of Ecological Anthropology 11:58–63.
  • Fortin, J. K., S. D. Farley, K. D. Rode, and C. T. Robbins. 2007. Dietary and spatial overlap between sympatric ursids relative to salmon use. Ursus 18(1):19-29.
  • Golden, H. N., A. M. Christ, and E. K. Solomon. 2007. Spatiotemporal analysis of wolverine Gulo gulo harvest in Alaska. (PDF 959 kB) Wildlife Biology 13(2):68–75.
  • Golden, H. N., J. D. Henry, E. F. Becker, M. I. Goldstein, J. M. Morton, D. Frost Sr, and A. J. Poe. 2007. Estimating wolverine Gulo gulo population size using quadrat sampling of tracks in snow. (PDF 829 kB) Wildlife Biology 13(2):52–61.
  • Hood, E., A. Miller, and K. White. 2007. Effects of moose foraging on soil nutrient dynamics in the Gustavus forelands, Alaska. Pages 20–24 in J. F. Piatt, and S. M. Gende, editors. Proceedings of the Fourth Glacier Bay Science Symposium, 26–28 October 2004. U.S. Geological Survey, Scientific Investigations Report 2007-5047.
  • Jacobson, C. A., D. J. Decker, and L. Carpenter. 2007. Securing alternative funding for wildlife management: insights from agency leaders. The Journal of Wildlife Management 71(6): 2106–2113.
  • Joly, K., P. Bente, and J. Dau. 2007. Response of overwintering caribou to burned habitat in Northwest Alaska. Arctic 60(4):401–410.
  • Kutz, S. J., I. Asmundsson, E. P. Hoberg, G. D. Appleyard, E. J. Jenkins, K. Beckmen, M. Branigan, L. Butler, N. B. Chilton, D. Cooley, B. Elkin, F. Huby-Chilton, D. Johnson, A. Kuchboev, J. Nagy, M. Oakley, L. Polley, R. Popko, A. Scheer, M. Simard, and A. Veitch. 2007. Serendipitous discovery of a novel protostrongylid (Nematoda: Metastrongyloidea) in caribou, muskoxen, and moose from high latitudes of North America based on DNA sequence comparisons. Canadian Journal of Zoology 85:1143–1156.
  • Paragi, T. F. 2007. Book reviews. The Journal of Wildlife Management 71(1): 293–294.
  • Paragi, T. F. 2007. Review of Changing tracks: Predators and politics in Mt. McKinley National Park by T. Rawson (2003) and Last great wilderness: The campaign to establish the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge by R. Kaye (2006). Journal of Wildlife Management 71:293–294.
  • Paragi, T. F., and D. A. Haggstrom. 2007. Short-term responses of aspen to fire and mechanical treatments in Interior Alaska. (PDF 19 kB) Northern Journal of Applied Forestry 24(2):153–157.
  • Peirce, J. M. 2007. Relationships between brown bears and chum salmon at McNeil River, Alaska. Master's thesis, University of Alaska Fairbanks.
  • Person, B. T., A. K. Prichard, G. M. Carroll, D. A. Yokel, R. S. Suydam, and J. C. George. 2007. Distribution and movements of the Teshekpuk caribou herd 1990–2005: Prior to oil and gas development. Arctic 60(3):238–250.
  • Reynolds, M. H., and J. J. Citta 2007. Postfledging survival of Laysan ducks. The Journal of Wildlife Management 71(2): 383–388.
  • Rode, K. D., S. D. Farley, J. Fortin, and C. T. Robbins. 2007. Nutritional consequences of experimentally introduced tourism in brown bears. The Journal of Wildlife Management 71(3): 929–939.
  • Smith, W. P., and D. K. Person. 2007. Estimated persistence of northern flying squirrel populations in temperate rain forest fragments of Southeast Alaska. Biological Conservation 137:626–636.
  • Titus, K. 2007. Intensive management of wolves and ungulates in Alaska. (PDF 569 kB) Transactions of the 72nd North American Wildlife and Natural Resources Conference 72:366–377.
  • Van Daele, L. J. 2007. Population dynamics and management of brown bears on Kodiak Island, Alaska. (PDF 2,135 kB) PhD dissertation. University of Idaho, Moscow.
  • White, K. S., N. Barten, and J. Crouse. 2007. Ecology of moose on the Gustavus forelands: Population irruption, nutritional limitation, and conservation implications. Pages 25–28 in J. F. Piatt, and S. M. Gende, editors. Proceedings of the Fourth Glacier Bay Science Symposium, 26–28 October 2004. U.S. Geological Survey, Scientific Investigations Report 2007-5047.

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2006

  • Farmer, C. J., D. K. Person, and R. T. Bowyer. 2006. Risk factors and mortality of black-tailed deer in a managed forest landscape. Journal of Wildlife Management 70(5):1403–1415.
  • Lewis, S. B., K. Titus, and M. R. Fuller. 2006. Northern goshawk diet during the nesting season in Southeast Alaska. The Journal of Wildlife Management 70(4): 1151–1160.
  • McDonough, T. J., J. R. Crye, and G. G. Del Frate. 2006. Can horn length of mountain goats be used as a measure of habitat quality? Northern Wild Sheep and Goat Council 15:158–166.
  • McNay, M. E., T. R. Stephenson, and B. W. Dale. 2006. Diagnosing pregnancy, in utero litter size, and fetal growth with ultrasound in wild, free-ranging wolves. Journal of Mammalogy 87(1):85–92.
  • Obermeyer, K. E., K. S. White, and M. F. Willson. 2006. Influence of salmon on the nesting ecology of American Dippers in Southeastern Alaska. Northwest Science 80(1):26–33.
  • Pamperin, N. J., E. H. Follmann, and B. Petersen. 2006. Interspecific killing of an arctic fox by a red fox at Prudhoe Bay, Alaska. Arctic 59(4):361–364.
  • Paragi, T. 2006. Coming of age: The Alaska northern forest cooperative. Western Forester 51(1):10–11.
  • Paragi, T. F., S. Rupp, and J. Little. 2006. Modeling outcomes of hazardous fuel reduction near Fairbanks, Alaska. Western Forester 51(6):12–13.
  • Peirce, K. N., and Van Daele, L. J. 2006. Use of a garbage dump by brown bears in Dillingham, Alaska. Ursus 17(2):165-177.
  • Suring, L. H., S. D. Farley, G. V. Hilderbrand, M. I. Goldstein, S. Howlin, and Wallace P. Erickson. 2006. Patterns of landscape use by female brown bears on the Kenai Peninsula, Alaska. The Journal of Wildlife Management 70(6): 1580–1587.
  • White, K. S. 2006. Seasonal and sex-specific variation in terrain use and movement patterns of mountain goats in southeastern Alaska. Northern Wild Sheep and Goat Council 15:183–193.
  • Young, D. D. Jr., R. D. Boertje, C. T. Seaton, and K. A. Kellie. 2006. Intensive management of moose at high density: Impediments, achievements, and recommendations. (PDF 1,476 kB) Alces 42:41–48.
  • Zarnke, R. L., J. M. Ver Hoef, and R. A. DeLong. 2006. Geographic pattern of serum antibody prevalence for Brucella spp. in caribou, grizzly bears, and wolves from Alaska, 1975–1998. Journal of Wildlife Diseases 42:570–577.
  • Zarnke, R. L., J. T. Saliki, A. P. Macmillan, S. D. Brew, C. E. Dawson, J. M. Ver Hoef, K. J. Frost, and R. J. Small. 2006. Serologic survey for Brucella spp., phocid herpesvirus-1, phocid herpesvirus-2, and phocine distemper virus in harbor seals from Alaska, 1976–1999. Journal of Wildlife Diseases 42(2):290–300.

 

2005

  • Beier, L. R., S. B. Lewis, R. W. Flynn, G. Pendleton, and T. V. Schumacher. 2005. A single-catch snare to collect brown bear hair for genetic mark-recapture studies. Wildlife Society Bulletin 33(2):766–773.
  • Cameron, R. D., W. T. Smith, R. G. White, and B. Griffith. 2005. Central Arctic caribou and petroleum development: Distributional, nutritional, and reproductive implications. Arctic 58(1):1–9.
  • Carroll, G. M., L. S. Parrett, J. C. George, and D. A. Yokel. 2005. Calving distribution of the Teshekpuk caribou herd, 1994–2003. Rangifer, Special Issue 16:27–35.
  • Cronin, M. A., R. Shideler, L. Waits, and R. J. Nelson. 2005. Genetic variation and relatedness in grizzly bears in the Prudhoe Bay region and adjacent areas in northern Alaska. (PDF 208 kB) Ursus 16(1):70–84.
  • Dau, J. 2005. Two caribou mortality events in Northwest Alaska: Possible causes and management implications. Rangifer, Special Issue 16:37–50.
  • Gronquist, R. M., T. L. Haynes, and C. L. Gardner. 2005. Rebuilding the Fortymile caribou herd: A model of cooperative management planning. Rangifer, Special Issue 16:163–175.
  • Kellie, K. A. 2005. Summer movements of female moose at high density. Master's thesis, University of Alaska Fairbanks.
  • Lawler, J. P., A. J. Magoun, C. T. Seaton, C. L. Gardner, R. D. Boertje, J. M. Ver Hoef, and P. A. Del Vecchio. 2005. Short-term impacts of military overflights on caribou during calving season. Journal of Wildlife Management 69(3):1133–1146.
  • McDonough, T. J., and E. Rexstad 2005. Short-term demographic response of the red-backed vole to spruce beetle infestations in Alaska. The Journal of Wildlife Management 69(1): 246–254.
  • McNay, M. E., and P. W. Mooney. 2005. Attempted predation of a child by a gray wolf, Canis lupus, near Icy Bay, Alaska. Canadian Field-Naturalist 119:197–201.
  • Prugh, L. R. 2005. Coyote prey selection and community stability during a decline in food supply. Oikos 110:253–264.
  • Prugh, L. R., and C. E. Ritland. 2005. Molecular testing of observer identification of carnivore feces in the field. Wildlife Society Bulletin 33:189–194.
  • Prugh, L. R., C. E. Ritland, S. M. Arthur, and C. J. Krebs. 2005. Monitoring coyote population dynamics by genotyping faeces. Molecular Ecology 14:1585–1596.
  • Regelin, W. L., P. Valkenburg, and R. D. Boertje. 2005. Management of large predators in Alaska. (PDF 133 kB) Wildlife Biology in Practice 1(1):77–85.
  • Schmidt, J. I., J. M. V. Hoef, J. A. K. Maier, and R. T. Bowyer. 2005. Catch per unit effort for moose: A new approach using Weibull regression. The Journal of Wildlife Management 69(3): 1112–1124.
  • Tollefson, T. N., C. Matt, J. Meehan, and C. T. Robbins. 2005. Quantifying spatiotemporal overlap of Alaskan brown bears and people. The Journal of Wildlife Management 69(2): 810–817.
  • Weckworth, B. V., S. Talbot, G. K. Sage, D. K. Person, and J. Cook. 2005. A signal for independent coastal and continental histories among North American wolves. Molecular Ecology 14:917–931.

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2004

  • Becker, E. F., H. N. Golden, and C. L. Gardner. 2004. Using probability sampling of animal tracks in snow to estimate population size. Pages 248–270 in W. L. Thompson, editor. Sampling rare or elusive species: Concepts, designs, and techniques for estimating population parameters. Island Press, Washington, D. C.
  • Lewis, S. B., P. DeSimone, K. Titus, and M. R. Fuller. 2004. A video surveillance system for monitoring raptor nests in a temperate rainforest environment. (PDF 378 kB) Northwest Science 78(1):70–74.
  • Moreira, F., R. Morgado, and S. Arthur. 2004. Great bustard Otis tarda habitat selection in relation to agricultural use in southern Portugal. Wildlife Biology 10:251–260.
  • Paragi, T. 2004. Studying the value of fuels management for wildlife habitat in Interior Alaska. Western Forester 49(3):14–15.
  • Testa, J. W. 2004. Interaction of top-down and bottom-up life history trade-offs in moose (Alces alces). (PDF 138 kB) Ecology 85(5):1453–1459.
  • Testa, J. W. 2004. Population dynamics and life history trade-offs in moose (Alces alces) in south-central Alaska. (PDF 269 kB) Ecology 85(5):1439–1452.
  • Valkenburg, P., M. E. McNay, and B. W. Dale. 2004. Calf mortality and population growth in the Delta caribou herd after wolf control. (PDF 160 kB) Wildlife Society Bulletin 32(3):746–756.
  • Worley, K., C. Strobeck, S. Arthur, J. Carey, H. Schwantje, A. Veitch, and D. W. Coltman. 2004. Population genetic structure of North American thinhorn sheep (Ovis dalli). Molecular Ecology 13:2545–2556.
  • Young, D. D. Jr., and R. D. Boertje. 2004. Initial use of moose calf hunts to increase yield, Alaska. (PDF 48 kB) Alces 40:1–6.
  • Zarnke, R. L., J. M. Ver Hoef, and R. A. DeLong. 2004. Serologic survey for selected diseases agents in wolves (Canis lupus) from Alaska and the Yukon Territory, 1984–2000. Journal of Wildlife Diseases 40(4):632–638.
  • Zarnke, R. L., J. S. Whitman, R. W. Flynn, and J. M. Ver Hoef. 2004. Prevalence of Soboliphyme baturini in marten (Martes americana) populations from three regions of Alaska, 1990–1998. Journal of Wildlife Diseases 40(3):452–455.

 

2003

  • Arthur, S. M., K. R. Whitten, F. J. Mauer, and D. Cooley. 2003. Modeling the decline of the Porcupine caribou herd, 1989–1998: The importance of survival vs. recruitment. Rangifer, Special Issue 14:123–130.
  • Beckmen, K. B., J. E. Blake, G. M. Ylitalo, J. L. Stott, and T. M. O'Hara. 2003. Organchlorine contaminant exposure and associations with hematological and humoral immune functional assays with dam age as a factor in free-ranging northern fur seal pups (Callorhinus ursinus). Marine Pollution Bulletin 46:594–606.
  • Copeland, J. P., and J. S. Whitman. 2003. Wolverine. Pages 672–682 in G. A. Feldhamer, B. C. Thompson, and J. A. Chapman, editors. Wild mammals of North America. Biology, Management, and Economics. Second Edition, Johns Hopkins University Press, Baltimore, Maryland.
  • Hayes, R. D., R. Farnell, R. M. P. Ward, J. Carey, M. Dehn, G. W. Kuzyk, A. M. Baer, C. L. Gardner, and M. O'Donoghue. 2003. Experimental reduction of wolves in the Yukon: Ungulate responses and management implications. (PDF 1,507 kB) Wildlife Monographs 152.
  • Miller, S. D., R. A. Sellers, and J. A. Keay. 2003. Effects of hunting on brown bear cub survival and litter size in Alaska. Ursus 14(2):130–152
  • O'Hara, T. M., J. C. George, J. Blake, K. Burek, G. Carroll, J. Dau, L. Bennett, C. P. McCoy, P. Gerard, and V. Woshner. 2003. Investigation of heavy metals in a large mortality event in caribou of northern Alaska. Arctic 56(2):125–135.
  • Oakley, M., R. Farnell, D. E. Russell, C. L. Gardner, and R. G. White. 2003. Calving in captivity: Protocol and efficacy of a field application to raise recruitment of a threatened woodland caribou population. 11th Arctic Ungulate Conference, Saariselka, Finland, 24–28 August 2003. Rangifer No. 7.
  • Prichard, A. K., G. M. Carroll, J. C. George, S. M. Murphy, M. D. Smith, R. S. Suydam, and D. A. Yokel. 2003. Use of satellite telemetry data, GIS, and HTML to create an interactive display of caribou movements. Rangifer, Special Issue 14:101–102.
  • Prichard, A. K., G. M. Carroll, J. C. George, S. M. Murphy, M. D. Smith, R. S. Suydam, and D. A. Yokel. 2003. Use of satellite telemetry to evaluate movements of caribou within subsistence hunting areas in northern Alaska. Rangifer, Special Issue 14:81–87.
  • Sellers, R. A., P. Valkenburg, R. C. Squibb, B. W. Dale, and R. L. Zarnke. 2003. Natality and calf mortality of the Northern Alaska Peninsula and Southern Alaska Peninsula caribou herds. (PDF 201 kB) Rangifer, Special Issue 14:161–166.
  • Valkenburg, P., R. A. Sellers, R. C. Squibb, J. D. Woolington, A. R. Aderman, and B. W. Dale. 2003. Population dynamics of caribou herds in southwestern Alaska. (PDF 331 kB) Rangifer, Special Issue 14:131–142.
  • Valkenburg, P., R. W. Tobey, B. W. Dale, B. D. Scotton, and J. M. Ver Hoef. 2003. Body size of female calves and natality rates of known-aged females in two adjacent Alaskan caribou herds, and implications for management. Rangifer, Special Issue 14:203–209.
  • Whitman, J. S. 2003. Age structure difference in American mink, Mustela vison, populations under varying harvest regimes. Canadian Field-Naturalist 117:35–38.

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2002

  • Biek, R., R. L. Zarnke, C. Gillin, M. Wild, J. R. Squires, and M. Poss. 2002. Serologic survey for viral and bacterial infections in western populations of Canada lynx (Lynx canadensis). Journal of Wildlife Diseases 38(4):840–845.
  • Hundertmark, K. J., G. F. Shields, R. T. Bowyer, and C. C. Schwartz. 2002. Genetic relationships deduced from cytochrome-b sequences among moose. (PDF 151 kB) Alces 38:113–122.
  • Lenart, E. A., R. T. Bowyer, J. Ver Hoef, and R. W. Ruess. 2002. Climate change and caribou: Effects of summer weather on forage. Canadian Journal of Zoology 80:664–678.
  • McNay, M. E. 2002. Wolf–human interactions in Alaska and Canada: A review of the case history. Wildlife Society Bulletin 30:831–843.
  • Reynolds, P. E., H. V. Reynolds, and R. T. Shideler. 2002. Predation and multiple kills of muskoxen by grizzly bears. Ursus 13:79–84.
  • Rydell, J., D. I. Parker McNeill, and J. Eklof. 2002. Capture success of little brown bats (Myotis lucifugus) feeding on mosquitoes. Journal of Zoology (London) 256:379–381.
  • Schwartz, C. C., K. A. Keating, H. V. Reynolds III, V. G. Barnes, Jr., R. A. Sellers, E. S. Jon, S. D. Miller, B. N. McLellan, J. Keay, R. McCann, M. Gibeau, W. F. Wakkinen, R. D. Mace, W. Kasworm, R. Smith, and S. Herrero. 2003. Reproductive maturation and senescence in the female brown bear. Ursus 14(2):109-119.
  • Seaton, C. T. 2002. Winter foraging ecology of moose in the Tanana Flats and Alaska Range foothills. (PDF 1,025 kB) Master's thesis. University of Alaska Fairbanks, Alaska.
  • Stone, K. D., R. W. Flynn, and J. A. Cook. 2002. Post-glacial colonization of northwestern North America by the forest-associated American marten (Martes americana, Mammalia: Carnivora: Mustelidae). Molecular Ecology 11:2049–2063.
  • Suring, L. H., and G. D. Frate. 2002. Spatial analysis of locations of brown bears killed in defense of life or property on the Kenai Peninsula, Alaska, USA. Ursus 13:237-245.
  • White, K. S., H. N. Golden, K. J. Hundertmark, and G. R. Lee. 2002. Predation by wolves, Canis lupus, on wolverines, Gulo gulo, and an American marten, Martes americana, in Alaska. Canadian Field-Naturalist 116:132–134.
  • Zarnke, R. L., H. Li, and T. B. Crawford. 2002. Serum antibody prevalence of malignant catarrhal fever viruses in seven wildlife species from Alaska. Journal of Wildlife Diseases 38:500–504.

 

2001

  • O'Hara, T. M., G. Carroll, P. Barboza, K. Mueller, J. Blake, V. Woshner, and C. Willetto. 2001. Mineral and heavy metal status as related to a mortality event and poor recruitment in a moose population in Alaska. Journal of Wildlife Diseases 37(3):509–522.
  • Person, D. K., R. T. Bowyer, and V. Van Ballenberghe. 2001. Density dependence of ungulates and functional responses of wolves: Effects on predator-prey ratios. Alces 37(2):253–273.
  • Stephenson, R. O., S. C. Gerlach, R. D. Guthrie, C. R. Harington, R. O. Mills, and G. Hare. 2001. Wood bison in late Holocene Alaska and adjacent Canada: Paleontological, archaeological and historical records. Pages 124–158 in S. C. Gerlach, and M. S. Murray, editors. People and wildlife in northern North America: Essays in honor of R. Dale Guthrie. BAR International Series 944, Archaeopress, Oxford, England.
  • Valkenburg, P. 2001. Stumbling towards enlightenment: Understanding caribou dynamics. Alces 37(2):457–474.
  • Van Daele, L. J., J. R. Morgart, M. T. Hinkes, S. D. Kovach, J. W. Denton, and R. H. Kaycon. 2001. Grizzlies, Eskimos, and biologists: Cross-cultural bear management in southwest Alaska. Ursus 12:141-152.
  • Ver Hoef, J. M., P. Valkenburg, and J. R. Dau. 2001. Modeling growth of mandibles in the Western Arctic caribou herd. Rangifer 21(1):29–34.
  • White, K. S., and J. Berger. 2001. Antipredator strategies of Alaskan moose: Are maternal trade-offs influenced by offspring activity? (PDF 192 kB) Canadian Journal of Zoology 79:2055–2062.
  • Whitman, J. S. 2001. Diets of nesting Boreal owls, Aegolius funereus, in western Interior Alaska. Canadian Field-Naturalist 115:476–479.
  • Zarnke, R. L., J. Evermann, J. M. Ver Hoef, M. E. McNay, R. D. Boertje, C. L. Gardner, L. G. Adams, B. W. Dale, and J. Burch. 2001. Serologic survey for canine coronavirus in wolves from Alaska. Journal of Wildlife Diseases 37(4):740–745.
  • Zarnke, R. L., J. P. Dubey, J. M. Ver Hoef, M. E. McNay, and O. C. H. Kwok. 2001. Serologic survey for Toxoplasma gondii in lynx from Interior Alaska. Journal of Wildlife Diseases 37(1):36–38.

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2000

  • Boertje, R. D., and C. L. Gardner. 2000. The Fortymile caribou herd: Novel proposed management and relevant biology, 1992–1997. (PDF 512 kB) Rangifer, Special Issue 12:17–37.
  • Cameron, R. D., D. E. Russell, K. L. Gerhart, R. G. White, and J. M. Ver Hoef. 2000. A model for predicting the parturition status of arctic caribou. Rangifer 12:139–141.
  • Dau, J., J. Coady, S. Machida, and L. A. Ayres. 2000. The Western Arctic caribou herd: Current status and management issues. Rangifer, Special Issue 12:65.
  • Keech, M. A., R. T. Bowyer, J. M. Ver Hoef, R. D. Boertje, B. W. Dale, and T. R. Stephenson. 2000. Life-history consequences of maternal condition in Alaskan moose. Journal of Wildlife Management 64:450–462.
  • Shideler, R. T., and J. L. Hechtel. 2000. Grizzly bear. Pages 105–132 in J. C. Truett, and S. R. Johnson, editors. Natural history of an Arctic oil field: Development and the biota. Academic Press, San Diego, California.
  • Sutherland, R., C. Gardner, and L. Zaczkowski. 2000. Hunter satisfaction with trophy Dall sheep management in the Tok Management Area, Alaska. Pages 102–113 in Proceedings of 12th Northern Wild Sheep and Goat Council, 31 May–4 June 2000, Whitehorse, Yukon.
  • Valkenburg, P., T. H. Spraker, M. T. Hinkes, L. H. Van Daele, R. W. Tobey, and R. A. Sellers. 2000. Increases in body weight and nutritional status of transplanted Alaskan caribou. Rangifer, Special Issue 12:133–138.
  • Zarnke, R. L., J. P. Dubey, O. C. H. Kwok, and J. M. Ver Hoef. 2000. Serologic survey for Toxoplasma gondii in selected wildlife species from Alaska. Journal of Wildlife Diseases 36:219–224.

 

1999

  • Arthur, S. M., and C. C. Schwartz. 1999. Effects of sample size on accuracy and precision of brown bear home range models. Ursus 11:139–148.
  • Beckmen, K. B. 1999. Blood organochlorines, immune function and health of free-ranging northern fur seal pups (Callorhinus ursinus). Doctoral dissertation, University of Alaska Fairbanks.
  • Cronin, M., R. Shideler, J. Hechtel, C. Strobeck, and D. Paetkau. 1999. Genetic relationships of grizzly bears (Ursus arctos) in the Prudhoe Bay region of Alaska: Inference from microsatellite DNA, mitochondrial DNA, and field observations. Journal of Heredity 90(6):622–628.
  • Dau, J., J. W. Coady, L. A. Ayres, P. J. Bente, G. M. Carroll, and S. Machida. 1999. Status and factors affecting the Western Arctic caribou herd. Rangifer Report 4:65–66.
  • Heimer, W. E. 1999. Wolf management in Alaska's intact ecosystems: An observer's review, critique, and functional prescription. Pages 311–339 in Transactions from the second North American wild sheep conference, Reno, Nevada, 6–9 April 1999.
  • Hickey, J. R., R. W. Flynn, S. W. Buskirk, K. G. Gerow, and M. F. Willson. 1999. An evaluation of a mammalian predator, Martes americana, as a disperser of seeds. OIKOS 87(3):499–508.
  • Keech, M. A., R. D. Boertje, R. T. Bowyer, and B. W. Dale. 1999. Effects of birth weight on growth of young moose: Do low-weight neonates compensate? Alces 35:51–57.
  • Kellie, K. A. 1999. Cranial variation in the Kodiak brown bear (Ursus arctos middendorffi): Implications of age prediction. Senior honors thesis, University of Alaska Fairbanks.
  • O'Hara, T. M., G. M. Carroll, L. Ballweber, J. E. Blake, C. Willetto, G. Rinker, and R. E. Haugerud. 1999. Health and pregnancy status of the Colville River, Alaska, moose during and following a population decline and poor recruitment in 1996–97. Rangifer Report 4:48–49.
  • Schwartz, C. C., and S. M. Arthur. 1999. Radiotracking large wilderness mammals: Integration of GPS and ARGOS technology. Ursus 11:261–274.
  • Valkenburg, P., R. W. Tobey, and D. Kirk. 1999. Velocity of tranquilizer darts and capture mortality of caribou calves. Wildlife Society Bulletin 27(4):894–896.
  • Zarnke, R. L., D. E. Worley, J. M. Ver Hoef, and M. E. McNay. 1999. Trichinella sp. in wolves from Interior Alaska. Journal of Wildlife Diseases 35(1):94–97.

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1998

  • Arthur, S. M., G. W. Garner, and T. L. Olson. 1998. Identifying and mitigating errors in satellite telemetry of polar bears. Ursus 10:413–419.
  • Keech, M. A., T. R. Stephenson, R. T. Bowyer, V. Van Ballenberghe, and J. M. Ver Hoef. 1998. Relationships between blood-serum variables and depth of rump fat in Alaskan moose. Alces 34(1):173–179.
  • Kirchhoff, M. D., and D. N. Larsen. 1998. Dietary overlap between native Sitka black-tailed deer and introduced elk in Southeast Alaska. Journal of Wildlife Management 62(1):236–242.
  • Miller, S. M., S. D. Miller, and D. W. McCollum. 1998. Attitudes toward and relative value of Alaskan brown and black bears to resident voters, resident hunters, and non-resident hunters. Ursus 10:357–376
  • Nellemann, C., and R. D. Cameron. 1998. Cumulative impacts of an evolving oil-field complex on the distribution of calving caribou. Canadian Journal of Zoology 76:1425–1430.
  • O'Hara, T. M., J. Dau, G. Carroll, J. Bevins, and R. L. Zarnke. 1998. Evidence of exposure to Brucella suis biovar 4 in northern Alaska moose. Alces 34(1):31–40.
  • Valkenburg, P. 1998. Herd size, distribution, harvest, management issues, and research priorities relevant to caribou herds in Alaska. Rangifer, Special Issue 10:125–129.

 

1997

  • Ballard, W. B., L. A. Ayres, P. R. Krausman, D. J. Reed, and S. G. Fancy. 1997. Ecology of wolves in relation to a migratory caribou herd in Northwest Alaska. Wildlife Monographs 135.
  • Ben-David, M., R. W. Flynn, and D. M. Schell. 1997. Annual and seasonal changes in diets of martens: Evidence from stable isotope analysis. Oecologia 111:280–291.
  • Brainerd, S. M. 1997. Habitat selection and range use by the Eurasian pine marten (Martes martes) in relation to commercial forestry practices in southern boreal Scandinavia. Doctor Scientiarum Theses, Agricultural University of Norway, Ås.
  • Gerhart, K. L., D. E. Russell, D. van de Wetering, R. G. White, and R. D. Cameron. 1997. Pregnancy of adult caribou (Rangifer tarandus): Evidence for lactational infertility. Journal of Zoology (London) 242:17–30.
  • Lenart, E. A. 1997. Climate and caribou: Effects of summer weather on the Chisana caribou herd. Master's thesis, University of Alaska Fairbanks.
  • Miller, S. D., G. C. White, R. A. Sellers, H. V. Reynolds, J. W. Schoen, K. Titus, V. G. Barnes, Jr., R. B. Smith, R. R. Nelson, W. B. Ballard, and C. C. Schwartz. 1997. Brown and black bear density estimation in Alaska using radiotelemetry and replicated mark-resight techniques. Wildlife Monographs 133.
  • Paragi, T. F., W. N. Johnson, D. D. Katnik, and A. J. Magoun. 1997. Selection of post-fire seres by lynx and snowshoe hares in the Alaskan taiga. Northwestern Naturalist 78:77–86.
  • Parker, D. I., B. E. Lawhead, and J. A. Cook. 1997. Distributional limits of bats in Alaska. Arctic 50(3):256–265.

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1996

  • Arthur, S. M., B. F. J. Manly, L. L. McDonald, and G. W. Garner. 1996. Assessing habitat selection when availability changes. Ecology 77:215–227.
  • Boertje, R. D., P. Valkenburg, and M. E. McNay. 1996. Increases in moose, caribou, and wolves following wolf control in Alaska. (PDF 382 kB) Journal of Wildlife Management 60(3):474–489.
  • Cameron, R. D., and J. M. Ver Hoef. 1996. Declining abundance of calving caribou in an arctic oil field complex. The Wildlife Society, Northwest Section Meeting, 29–31 March 1996, Banff, Alberta.
  • Cameron, R. D., and R. G. White. 1996. Importance of summer weight gain to the reproductive success of caribou in Arctic Alaska. Rangifer, Special Issue 9:397.
  • Gerhart, K. L., R. G. White, R. D. Cameron, and D. E. Russell. 1996. Body composition and nutrient reserves of arctic caribou. Canadian Journal of Zoology 74:136–146.
  • Gerhart, K. L., R. G. White, R. D. Cameron, and D. E. Russell. 1996. Estimating fat content of caribou from body condition scores. Journal of Wildlife Management 60(4):713–718.
  • Haggstrom, D. A., and D. G. Kelleyhouse. 1996. Silviculture and wildlife relationships in the boreal forest of Interior Alaska. The Forestry Chronicle 72(1):59–62.
  • Heimer, W. E. 1996. A new look at predator–prey interactions using a simple enzyme kinetic model. Proceedings of tenth biennial symposium, Silverthorne, Colorado, 29 April–3 May 1996. Northern Wild Sheep and Goat Council 10:14–19.
  • Nellemann, C., and R. D. Cameron. 1996. Effects of petroleum development on terrain preferences of calving caribou. Arctic 49(1):23–28.
  • Paragi, T. F., W. N. Johnson, D. D. Katnik, and A. J. Magoun. 1996. Marten selection of postfire seres in the Alaskan taiga. Canadian Journal of Zoology 74:2226–2237.
  • Parker, D. I. 1996. Forest ecology and distribution of bats in Alaska. Master's thesis, University of Alaska Fairbanks.
  • Parker, D. I., and J. A. Cook. 1996. Keen's long-eared bat, Myotis keenii, confirmed in Southeast Alaska. Canadian Field-Naturalist 110(4):611–614.
  • Person, D. K., M. Kirchhoff, V. Van Ballenberghe, G. C. Iverson, and E. Grossman. 1996. The Alexander Archipelago wolf: A conservation assessment. U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station, General Technical Report PNW-GTR-384, Portland, Oregon.
  • Valkenburg, P., J. L. Davis, J. M. Ver Hoef, R. D. Boertje, M. E. McNay, R. M. Eagan, D. J. Reed, C. L. Gardner, and R. W. Tobey. 1996. Population decline in the Delta caribou herd with reference to other Alaskan herds. (PDF 332 kB) Rangifer, Special Issue 9:53–62.

 

1995

  • Ballard, W. B., D. J. Reed, S. G. Fancy, and P. R. Krausman. 1995. Accuracy, precision, and performance of satellite telemetry for monitoring wolf movements. Pages 461–468 in L. N. Carbyn, S. H. Fritts, and D. R. Seip, editors. Ecology and Conservation of Wolves in a Changing World. Canadian Circumpolar Institute, Occasional Publication No. 35, Edmonton, Canada.
  • Ballard, W. B., M. E. McNay, C. L. Gardner, and D. J. Reed. 1995. Use of line-intercept track sampling for estimating wolf densities. Pages 469–480 in L. N. Carbyn, S. H. Fritts, and D. R. Seip, editors. Ecology and Conservation of Wolves in a Changing World. Canadian Circumpolar Institute, Occasional Publication No. 35, Edmonton, Canada.
  • Boertje, R. D., D. G. Kelleyhouse, and R. D. Hayes. 1995. Methods for reducing natural predation on moose in Alaska and Yukon: An evaluation. (PDF 4,720 kB) Pages 505–513 in L. N. Carbyn, S. H. Fritts, and D. R. Seip, editors. Ecology and conservation of wolves in a changing world. Canadian Circumpolar Institute Occasional Publication 35, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.
  • Cameron, R. D., and D. B. Stone. 1995. To weigh or to mass? The question is in the balance. Wildlife Society Bulletin 23:109.
  • Cameron, R. D., E. A. Lenart, D. J. Reed, K. R. Whitten, and W. T. Smith. 1995. Abundance and movements of caribou in the oilfield complex near Prudhoe Bay, Alaska. Rangifer 15(1):3–7.
  • Haggstrom, D. A., A. K. Ruggles, C. M. Harms, and R. O. Stephenson. 1995. Citizen participation in developing a wolf management plan for Alaska: An attempt to resolve conflicting human values and perceptions. Pages 481–487 in L. N. Carbyn, S. H. Fritts, and D. R. Seip, editors. Ecology and conservation of wolves in a changing world. Canadian Circumpolar Institute, Occasional Publication No. 35, Edmonton, Canada.
  • Parker, D. I., J. A. Cook, and S. W. Lewis. 1995. Effects of timber harvest on bat activity in southeastern Alaska's temperate rainforests. Pages 277–292 in R. M. R. Barclay, and R. M. Brigham, editors. Bats and Forests Symposium, Victoria, British Columbia, Canada, 19–21 October 1995.
  • Stephenson, R. O., W. B. Ballard, C. A. Smith, and K. Richardson. 1995. Wolf biology and management in Alaska, 1981–1992. Pages 43–54 in L. N. Carbyn, S. H. Fritts, and D. R. Seip, editors. Ecology and conservation of wolves in a changing world. Canadian Circumpolar Institute, Occasional Publication No. 35, Edmonton, Canada.

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1994

  • Amstrup, S. C., and C. L. Gardner. 1994. Polar bear maternity denning in Beaufort Sea. Journal of Wildlife Management 58(1):1–10.
  • Aumiller, L. D., and C. A. Matt. 1994. Management of McNeil River State Game Sanctuary for viewing of brown bears. Pages 51-61 in Bears: Their Biology and Management: A Selection of Papers from the Ninth International Conference on Bear Research and Management, Missoula, Montana, February 23-28, 1992. International Association for Bear Research and Management.
  • Cameron, R. D. 1994. Reproductive pauses by female caribou. Journal of Mammalogy 75(1):10–13.
  • Cameron, R. D., and J. M. Ver Hoef. 1994. Predicting parturition rate of caribou from autumn body mass. Journal of Wildlife Management 58(4):674–679.
  • Fancy, S. G., K. R. Whitten, and D. E. Russell. 1994. Demography of the Porcupine caribou herd, 1983–1992. Canadian Journal of Zoology 72:840–846.
  • Miller, S. D. 1994. Black bear reproduction and cub survivorship in south-central Alaska. Pages 263-273 in Bears: Their Biology and Management: A Selection of Papers from the Ninth International Conference on Bear Research and Management, Missoula, Montana, February 23-28, 1992. International Association for Bear Research and Management.
  • Paragi, T. F., and G. M. Wholecheese. 1994. Marten, Martes americana, predation on a Northern Goshawk, Accipter gentilis. Canadian Field-Naturalist 108:81–82.
  • Schoen, J. W., R. W. Flynn, L. H. Suring, K. Titus, and L. R. Beier. 1994. Habitat-capability model for brown bear in southeast Alaska. Pages 327-337 in Bears: Their Biology and Management: A Selection of Papers from the Ninth International Conference on Bear Research and Management, Missoula, Montana, February 23-28, 1992. International Association for Bear Research and Management.
  • Sellers, R. A., and L. D. Aumiller. 1994. Brown bear population characteristics at McNeil River, Alaska. Pages 283-293 in Bears: Their Biology and Management: A Selection of Papers from the Ninth International Conference on Bear Research and Management, Missoula, Montana, February 23-28, 1992. International Association for Bear Research and Management.
  • Smith, M. E., J. L. Hechtel, and E. H. Follmann. 1994. Black bear denning ecology in interior Alaska. Pages 513-522 in Bears: Their Biology and Management: A Selection of Papers from the Ninth International Conference on Bear Research and Management, Missoula, Montana, February 23-28, 1992. International Association for Bear Research and Management.
  • Young Jr, D. D., T. R. McCabe, G. W. Garner, and H. V. Reynolds III. 1994. Use of a distance-based test of independence to measure grizzly bear–caribou association in northeastern Alaska. International Conference on Bear Research and Management 9(1):435–442.

 

1993

  • Cameron, R. D., W. T. Smith, S. G. Fancy, K. L. Gerhart, and R. G. White. 1993. Calving success of female caribou in relation to body weight. Canadian Journal of Zoology 71:480–486.

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1992

  • Ballard, W. B. 1992. Bear predation on moose: A review of recent North American studies and their management implications. (PDF 444 kB) Alces 1:162–176.
  • Boertje, R. D., and R. O. Stephenson. 1992. Effects of ungulate availability on wolf reproductive potential in Alaska. Canadian Journal of Zoology 70:2441–2443.
  • Cameron, R. D., D. J. Reed, J. R. Dau, and W. T. Smith. 1992. Redistribution of calving caribou in response to oil field development on the Arctic Slope of Alaska. Arctic 45(4):338–342.
  • Craighead, L., E. R. Vyse, and H. V. Reyonlds III. 1994. Paternity determination with DNA fingerprinting in a grizzly bear population. Pages 529-531 in Bears: Their Biology and Management: A Selection of Papers from the Ninth International Conference on Bear Research and Management, Missoula, Montana, February 23-28, 1992. International Association for Bear Research and Management.
  • Gasaway, W. C., R. D. Boertje, D. V. Grangaard, D. G. Kelleyhouse, R. O. Stephenson, and D. G. Larsen. 1992. The role of predation in limiting moose at low densities in Alaska and Yukon and implications for conservation. (PDF 1,472 kB) Wildlife Monographs 120.
  • Gerhart, K. L., R. G. White, and R. D. Cameron. 1992. Estimating body composition of caribou and reindeer using bioelectrical impedance analysis and body condition scores. Rangifer 12(3):185–186.
  • Heimer, W. E. 1992. Critique of carrying capacity concepts concerning Dall sheep. Proceedings of eighth biennial symposium, Cody, Wyoming, 27 April–1 May 1992. Northern Wild Sheep and Goat Council 8:111–120.
  • Whitten, K. R., G. W. Garner, F. J. Mauer, and R. B. Harris. 1992. Productivity and early calf survival in the Porcupine caribou herd. Journal of Wildlife Management 56(2):201–212.

 

1991

  • Ballard, W. B., J. S. Whitman, and D. J. Reed. 1991. Population dynamics of moose in South-central Alaska. (PDF 1,283 kB) Wildlife Monographs 114.
  • Davis, J. L., and P. Valkenburg. 1991. A review of caribou population dynamics in Alaska emphasizing limiting factors, theory, and management implications. Pages 184–209 in C. Butler, and S. P. Mahoney, editors. Proceedings of fourth North American caribou workshop, St John's Newfoundland, 31 October–3 November 1989.
  • Davis, J. L., L. G. Adams, P. Valkenburg, and D. J. Reed. 1991. Relationships between body weight, early puberty, and reproductive histories in central Alaskan caribou. Pages 115–142 in C. Butler, and S. P. Mahoney, editors. Proceedings of fourth North American caribou workshop, St. John's Newfoundland, 31 October–3 November 1989.
  • Gardner, C. L., and E. F. Becker. 1991. Evaluation of a wolf and wolverine population estimating technique based on probability sampling. Sixth Northern Furbearer Conference, April 1991, Fairbanks, Alaska.
  • Osborne, T. O., T. F. Paragi, J. L. Bodkin, A. J. Loranger, and W. N. Johnson. 1991. Extent, cause, and timing of moose calf mortality in western Interior Alaska. (PDF 1,415 kB) Alces 27:24–30.
  • Osborne, T. O., T. F. Paragi, J. L. Bodkin, A. J. Loranger, and W. N. Johnson. 1991. Extent, cause, and timing of moose calf mortality in western Interior Alaska. Alces 27:24–30.
  • Rogers, R. R. 1991. An analysis of eligibility for subsistence hunting in the Wrangell–St. Elias National Park, Alaska. Master's thesis, University of Alaska Fairbanks.
  • Schwartz, C. C., and A. W. Franzmann. 1991. Interrelationship of black bears to moose and forest succession in the northern coniferous forest. (PDF 1,532 kB) Wildlife Monographs 113.
  • Valkenburg, P., K. Pitcher, D. J. Reed, E. F. Becker, J. R. Dau, D. N. Larsen, and J. L. Davis. 1991. Density dependent responses in mandible length, calving date, and recruitment in three Alaskan caribou herds. Pages 288–298 in C. Butler, and S. P. Mahoney, editors. Proceedings of fourth North American caribou workshop, St. John's, Newfoundland, 31 October–3 November 1989.

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1990

  • Ballard, W. B., and S. D. Miller. 1990. Effects of reducing brown bear density on moose calf survival in Southcentral Alaska. (PDF 198 kB) Alces 26:9–13.
  • Ballard, W. B., K. E. Roney, L. A. Ayres, and D. N. Larsen. 1990. Estimating grizzly bear density in relation to development and exploitation in northwest Alaska. Pages 405-413 in Bears: Their Biology and Management: A Selection of Papers from the Eighth International Conference on Bear Research and Management, Victoria, British Columbia, Canada, February 1989. International Association for Bear Research and Management.
  • Boertje, R. D. 1990. Diet quality and intake requirements of adult female caribou of the Denali herd, Alaska. Journal of Applied Ecology 27:420–434.
  • Heimer, W. E. 1990. Alternate rutting strategies in mountain sheep: Management applications. Proceedings of seventh biennial symposium, Clarkston, Washington, 14–18 May 1990. Northern Wild Sheep and Goat Council 7:38–44.
  • Heimer, W. E., and S. M. Watson. 1990. The effects of progressively more restrictive regulations on ram harvests in the eastern Alaska Range. Proceedings of seventh biennial symposium, Clarkston, Washington, 14–18 May 1990. Northern Wild Sheep and Goat Council 7:45–55.
  • Miller, S. D. 1990. Denning ecology of brown bears in southcentral Alaska and comparisons with a sympatric black bear population. Pages 279-287 in Bears: Their Biology and Management: A Selection of Papers from the Eighth International Conference on Bear Research and Management, Victoria, British Columbia, Canada, February 1989. International Association for Bear Research and Management.
  • Miller, S. D. 1990. Detection of differences in brown bear density and population composition caused by hunting. Pages 393-404 in Bears: Their Biology and Management: A Selection of Papers from the Eighth International Conference on Bear Research and Management, Victoria, British Columbia, Canada, February 1989. International Association for Bear Research and Management.
  • Miller, S. D. 1990. Population Management of Bears in North America. Pages 357–373 in Bears: Their Biology and Management, Vol. 8, A Selection of Papers from the Eighth International Conference on Bear Research and Management, Victoria, British Columbia, Canada.
  • Miller, S. D. 1990. Population management of bears in North America. Pages 357-373 in Bears: Their Biology and Management: A Selection of Papers from the Eighth International Conference on Bear Research and Management, Victoria, British Columbia, Canada, February 1989. International Association for Bear Research and Management.
  • Paragi, T. F. 1990. Reproductive biology of female fishers in southcentral Maine. Master's thesis, University of Maine, Orono.
  • Schoen, J. W. 1990. Bear habitat management: A review and future perspective. Pages 143-154 in Bears: Their Biology and Management: A Selection of Papers from the Eighth International Conference on Bear Research and Management, Victoria, British Columbia, Canada, February 1989. International Association for Bear Research and Management.
  • Smith, R. B., and L. J. Van Daele. 1990. Impacts of hydroelectric development on brown bears, Kodiak Island, Alaska. Pages 93-103 in Bears: Their Biology and Management: A Selection of Papers from the Eighth International Conference on Bear Research and Management, Victoria, British Columbia, Canada, February 1989. International Association for Bear Research and Management.
  • Spiers, J. K., and W. H. Heimer. 1990. Dall sheep movements near Fort Greely, Alaska: Preliminary findings. Northern Wild Sheep and Goat Council 7:31–37.
  • Van Daele, L. J., V. G. Barnes, Jr., and R. B. Smith. 1990. Denning characteristics of brown bears on Kodiak Island, Alaska. Pages 257-267 in Bears: Their Biology and Management: A Selection of Papers from the Eighth International Conference on Bear Research and Management, Victoria, British Columbia, Canada, February 1989. International Association for Bear Research and Management.
  • Zarnke, R. L., W. M. Samuel, A. W. Franzmann, and R. Barrett. 1990. Factors influencing the potential establishment of the winter tick (Dermacentor albipictus) in Alaska. Journal of Wildlife Diseases 26(3):412–415.

 

1989

  • Gasaway, W. C., S. D. DuBois, R. D. Boertje, D. J. Reed, and D. T. Simpson. 1989. Response of radio-collared moose to a large burn in central Alaska. Canadian Journal of Zoology 67:325–329.

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1988

  • Boertje, R. D., W. C. Gasaway, D. V. Grangaard, and D. G. Kelleyhouse. 1988. Predation on moose and caribou by radio-collared grizzly bears in east central Alaska. Canadian Journal of Zoology 66:2492–2499.
  • Davis, J. L., P. Valkenburg, and D. J. Reed. 1988. Mortality of Delta herd caribou to 24 months of age. Pages 38–51 in R. D. Cameron, and J. L. Davis, editors. Alaska Department of Fish and Game, Wildlife Technical Bulletin 8, Juneau, Alaska.
  • Kingsley, M. C. S., J. A. Nagy, and H. V. Reynolds. 1988. Growth in length and weight of northern brown bears: Differences between sexes and populations. Canadian Journal of Zoology 66:981–986.

 

1987

  • Ballard, W. B., and D. G. Larsen. 1987. Implications of predator–prey relationships to moose management. (PDF 359 kB) Swedish Wildlife Research 1:581–602.
  • Davis, J. L., P. Valkenburg, and D. J. Reed. 1987. Correlations and depletion patterns of marrow fat in caribou bones. Journal of Wildlife Management 51(2):365–371.
  • Gasaway, W. C., and S. D. DuBois. 1987. Estimating moose population parameters. Swedish Wildlife Research Supplement 1:603–617.
  • Gasaway, W. C., D. J. Preston, D. J. Reed, and D. D. Roby. 1987. Comparative antler morphology and size of North American moose. Swedish Wildlife Research Supplement 1:311–325.
  • Magoun, A. J. 1987. Summer and winter diets of wolverine, Gulo gulo, in Arctic Alaska. Canadian Field-Naturalist 101(3):392–397.
  • Miller, S. D., and M. A. Chihuly. 1987. Characteristics of nonsport brown bear deaths in Alaska. Pages 51-58 in Bears: Their Biology and Management: A Selection of Papers from the Seventh International Conference on Bear Research and Management, Williamsburg, Virginia, USA, and Plitvice Lakes, Yugoslavia, February and March 1986. International Association for Bear Research and Management.
  • Miller, S. D., E. F. Becker, and W. B. Ballard. 1987. Black and brown bear density estimates using modified capture-recapture techniques in Alaska. Pages 23-35 in Bears: Their Biology and Management: A Selection of Papers from the Seventh International Conference on Bear Research and Management, Williamsburg, Virginia, USA, and Plitvice Lakes, Yugoslavia, February and March 1986. International Association for Bear Research and Management.
  • Regelin, W. L., C. C. Schwartz, and A. W. Franzmann. 1987. Effects of forest succession on nutritional dynamics of moose forage. Swedish Wildlife Research, Supplement 1:247–263.
  • Reynolds, H. V., III, G. W. Garner, and H. V. Reynolds. 1987. Patterns of grizzly bear predation on caribou in northern Alaska. Pages 59-67 in Bears: Their Biology and Management: A Selection of Papers from the Seventh International Conference on Bear Research and Management, Williamsburg, Virginia, USA, and Plitvice Lakes, Yugoslavia, February and March 1986. International Association for Bear Research and Management.
  • Schoen, J. W., L. R. Beier, J. W. Lentfer, and L. J. Johnson. 1987. Denning ecology of brown bears on Admiralty and Chichagof Islands. Pages 293-304 in Bears: Their Biology and Management: A Selection of Papers from the Seventh International Conference on Bear Research and Management, Williamsburg, Virginia, USA, and Plitvice Lakes, Yugoslavia, February and March 1986. International Association for Bear Research and Management.
  • Schwartz, C. C., S. D. Miller, and A. W. Franzmann. 1987. Denning ecology of three black bear populations in Alaska. Pages 281-291 in Bears: Their Biology and Management: A Selection of Papers from the Seventh International Conference on Bear Research and Management, Williamsburg, Virginia, USA, and Plitvice Lakes, Yugoslavia, February and March 1986. International Association for Bear Research and Management.

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1986

  • Dau, J. R., and R. D. Cameron. 1986. Effects of a road system on caribou distribution during calving. Rangifer, Special Issue 1:95–101.
  • Davis, J. L., P. Valkenburg, and R. D. Boertje. 1986. Empirical and theoretical considerations toward a model for caribou socioecology. Rangifer, Special Issue 1:103–109.
  • Franzmann, A. W., and C. C. Schwartz. 1986. Black bear predation on moose calves in highly productive versus marginal moose habitats on the Kenai Peninsula. (PDF 179 kB) Alces 22:139–153.
  • Gasaway, W. C., S. D. DuBois, D. J. Reed, and S. J. Harbo. 1986. Estimating moose population parameters from aerial surveys (PDF 14,143 kB) Biological Papers of the University of Alaska, Institute of Arctic Biology, No. 22. Fairbanks, Alaska.
  • Heimer, W. E., and S. M. Watson. 1986. Harvest strategy panel: Maximizing ram harvests. Proceedings of fifth biennial symposium, Missoula, Montana, 14–17 April 1986. Northern Wild Sheep and Goat Council 5:24–36.
  • Reynolds, P. E., H. V. Reynolds III, and E. H. Follmann. 1986. Responses of grizzly bears to seismic surveys in northern Alaska. Pages 169-175 in Bears: Their Biology and Management: A Selection of Papers from the Sixth International Conference on Bear Research and Management, Grand Canyon, Arizona, USA, February 1983. International Association for Bear Research and Management.
  • Schoen, J. W., J. W. Lentfer, and L. Beier. 1986. Differential distribution of brown bears on Admiralty Island, southeast Alaska: A preliminary assessment. Pages 1-5 in Bears: Their Biology and Management: A Selection of Papers from the Sixth International Conference on Bear Research and Management, Grand Canyon, Arizona, USA, February 1983. International Association for Bear Research and Management.
  • Whitten, K. R., and R. D. Cameron. 1986. Groups versus individuals in the determination of caribou distribution. Rangifer, Special Issue No. 1:325–329.

 

1985

  • Boertje, R. D. 1985. An energy model for adult female caribou of the Denali herd, Alaska. Journal of Range Management 38(5):468–473.
  • Boertje, R. D. 1985. Seasonal activity of the Denali caribou herd, Alaska. Rangifer 5(2):32–42.
  • Boertje, R. D., J. L. Davis, and P. Valkenburg. 1985. Uses and limitations of fecal analyses in Rangifer studies. Pages 307–316 in T. C. Meredith, and A. M. Martell, editors. Proceedings of the second North American caribou workshop, Val Morin, Canada. McGill Subarctic Research Paper No. 40, McGill Subarctic Research Station, Schefferville, Quebec, Canada.
  • Brainerd, S. M. 1985. Reproductive ecology of bobcats and lynx in western Montana. Master's thesis, University of Montana, Missoula.
  • Davis, J. L., C. A. Grauvogel, and P. Valkenburg. 1985. Changes in subsistence harvest of Alaska's Western Arctic caribou herd, 1940–1984. Pages 105–118 in T. C. Meredith, and A. M. Martell, editors. Proceedings of the second North American caribou workshop, Val Morin, Quebec, 17–20 October 1984. McGill Subarctic Research Paper No. 40, McGill Subarctic Research Station, Schefferville, Quebec, Canada.
  • Davis, J. L., P. Valkenburg, and R. D. Boertje. 1985. Disturbance and the Delta caribou herd. Pages 2–6 in A. M. Martell, and D. E. Russell, editors. Caribou and Human Activity. Proceedings of first North American caribou workshop, 28–29 September 1983, Whitehorse, Yukon, Canadian Wildlife Service, Special Publication, Ottawa, Ontario.
  • Gasaway, W. C., and S. D. DuBois. 1985. Initial response of moose, Alces alces, to a wildfire in Interior Alaska. Canadian Field-Naturalist 99:135–140.
  • Gasaway, W. C., S. D. DuBois, and S. J. Harbo. 1985. Biases in aerial transect surveys for moose during May and June. Journal of Wildlife Management 49:777–784.
  • Smith, W. T., and R. D. Cameron. 1985. Reactions of large groups of caribou to a pipeline corridor on the Arctic coastal plain of Alaska. Arctic 38(1):53–57.
  • Valkenburg, P., and J. L. Davis. 1985. The reaction of caribou to aircraft: A comparison of two herds. Pages 7–9 in A. M. Martell, and D. E. Russell, editors. Caribou and Human Activity. Proceedings first North American caribou workshop, Whitehorse, Yukon, 28–29 September 1983, Canadian Wildlife Service, Special Publication, Ottawa, Ontario.
  • Valkenburg, P., D. A. Anderson, J. L. Davis, and D. J. Reed. 1985. Evaluation of an aerial photocensus technique for caribou based on radio-telemetry. Pages 287–299 in T. C. Meredith, and A. M. Martell, editors. Proceedings of the second North American caribou workshop, Val Morin, Quebec, 17–20 October 1984. McGill Subarctic Research Paper No. 40, McGill Subarctic Research Station, Schefferville, Quebec, Canada.
  • Zarnke, R. L., and T. H. Spraker. 1985. Trichodectes canis louse infestation of wolves in Alaska. Pages 112 in D. W. Norton, and S. Keller, editors. Proceedings of the Arctic Science Conference (36th Alaska Science Conference), 27–29 September 1985. University of Alaska Fairbanks.

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1984

  • Boertje, R. D. 1984. Seasonal diets of the Denali caribou herd. Arctic 37(2):161–165.
  • Heimer, W. E., S. M. Watson, and T. C. Smith III. 1984. Excess ram mortality in a heavily hunted Dall sheep population. Proceedings of fourth biennial symposium, Whitehorse, Yukon, Canada, 30 April–3 May 1984. Northern Wild Sheep and Goat Council 4:425–432.

 

1983

  • Cameron, R. D. 1983. Issue: Caribou and petroleum development in Arctic Alaska. Arctic 36(3):227–231.
  • Davis, J. L., P. Valkenburg, and R. D. Boertje. 1983. Demography and limiting factors of Alaska's Delta caribou herd, 1954–1981. Acta Zoologica Fennica 175:135–137.
  • Gasaway, W. C., R. O. Stephenson, J. L. Davis, P. E. K. Shepherd, and O. E. Burris. 1983. Interrelationships of wolves, prey, and man in Interior Alaska. (PDF 1,413 kB) Wildlife Monographs 84.
  • James, D. D. 1983. Seasonal movements, summer food habits, and summer predation rates of wolves in northwest Alaska. Master's thesis, University of Alaska Fairbanks.
  • Schwartz, C. C., and A. W. Franzmann. 1983. Effects of tree crushing on black bear predation on moose calves. Pages 40-44 in Bears: Their Biology and Management: A Selection of Papers from the Fifth International Conference on Bear Research and Management, Madison, Wisconsin, USA, February 1980. International Association for Bear Research and Management.
  • Smith, W. T., and R. D. Cameron. 1983. Responses of caribou to industrial development on Alaska's Arctic Slope. Acta Zoologica Fennica 175:43–45.
  • Tankersley, N. G., and W. C. Gasaway. 1983. Mineral lick use by moose in Alaska. Canadian Journal of Zoology 61:2242–2249.
  • Valkenburg, P., J. L. Davis, and R. D. Boertje. 1983. Social organization and seasonal range fidelity of Alaska's Western Arctic caribou — preliminary findings. Acta Zoologica Fennica 175:125–126.
  • Valkenburg, P., R. D. Boertje, and J. L. Davis. 1983. Effects of darting and netting on caribou in Alaska. Journal of Wildlife Management 47:1233–1237.
  • Whitten, K. R., and R. D. Cameron. 1983. Movements of collared caribou, Rangifer tarandus, in relation to petroleum development on the Arctic Slope of Alaska. Canadian Field-Naturalist 97(2):143–146.
  • Whitten, K. R., and R. D. Cameron. 1983. Population dynamics of the Central Arctic herd, 1975–1981. Acta Zoologica Fennnica 175:159–161.

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1982

  • Stephenson, R. O., D. G. Ritter, and C. A. Nielsen. 1982. Serologic survey for canine distemper and infectious canine hepatitis in wolves in Alaska. Journal of Wildlife Diseases 18(4):419–424.

 

1981

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1980

  • Cameron, R. D., and K. R. Whitten. 1980. Influence of the trans-Alaska pipeline corridor on the local distribution of caribou. Pages 475–484 in E. Reimers, E. Gaare, and S. Skjenneberg, editors. Proceedings of the Second Reindeer/Caribou Symposium, Roros, Norway, 1979. Direktoratet for vilt og ferskvannsfisk, Trondheim.
  • Coady, J. W. 1980. History of moose in northern Alaska and adjacent regions. Canadian Field-Naturalist 94(1):61–68.
  • Davis, J. L. 1980. Status of Rangifer in the USA. Pages 793–797 in E. Reimers, E. Gaare, and S. Skjenneberg, editors. Proceedings second international reindeer/caribou symposium, Røros, Norway, 1979. Direktoratet for vilt og ferskvannsfisk, Trondheim.
  • Davis, J. L., P. Valkenburg, and H. V. Reynolds. 1980. Population dynamics of Alaska's Western Arctic caribou herd. Pages 595–604 in E. Reimers, E. Gaare, and S. Skjenneberg, editors. Proceedings second international reindeer/caribou symposium, Røros, Norway, 1979. Direktoratet for vilt og ferskvannsfisk, Trondheim.
  • Franzmann, A. W., C. C. Schwartz, and R. O. Peterson. 1980. Moose calf mortality in summer on the Kenai Peninsula, Alaska. (PDF 130 kB) Journal of Wildlife Management 44(3):764–768.
  • Glenn, L. P. 1980. Morphometric characteristics of brown bears on the central Alaska Peninsula. Pages 313-319 in Bears: Their Biology and Management: A Selection of Papers from the Fourth International Conference on Bear Research and Management, Kalispell, Montana, USA, February 1977. International Association for Bear Research and Management.
  • Glenn, L. P., and L. H. Miller. 1980. Seasonal movements of an Alaska Peninsula brown bear population. Pages 307-312 in Bears: Their Biology and Management: A Selection of Papers from the Fourth International Conference on Bear Research and Management, Kalispell, Montana, USA, February 1977. International Association for Bear Research and Management.
  • Heimer, W. E., S. D. DuBois, and D. G. Kelleyhouse. 1980. A comparison of rocket netting with other methods of capturing Dall sheep. Proceedings of second biennial symposium, Salmon, Idaho, 23–25 April 1980. Northern Wild Sheep and Goat Council 2:601–614.
  • Hensel, R. J., and F. E. Sorensen, Jr. 1980. Age determination of live polar bears. Pages 93-100 in Bears: Their Biology and Management: A Selection of Papers from the Fourth International Conference on Bear Research and Management, Kalispell, Montana, USA, February 1977. International Association for Bear Research and Management.
  • Johnson, L. 1980. Brown bear management in southeastern Alaska. Pages 263-270 in Bears: Their Biology and Management: A Selection of Papers from the Fourth International Conference on Bear Research and Management, Kalispell, Montana, USA, February 1977. International Association for Bear Research and Management.
  • Lentfer, J. W., and R. J. Hensel. 1980. Alaskan polar bear denning. Pages 101-108 in Bears: Their Biology and Management: A Selection of Papers from the Fourth International Conference on Bear Research and Management, Kalispell, Montana, USA, February 1977. International Association for Bear Research and Management.
  • Lentfer, J. W., R. J. Hensel, J. R. Gilbert, and F. E. Sorensen. 1980. Population characteristics of Alaskan polar bears. Pages 109-115 in Bears: Their Biology and Management: A Selection of Papers from the Fourth International Conference on Bear Research and Management, Kalispell, Montana, USA, February 1977. International Association for Bear Research and Management.
  • Whitten, K. R., and R. D. Cameron. 1980. Nutrient dynamics of caribou forage on Alaska's Arctic Slope. Pages 159–166 in E. Reimers, E. Gaare, and S. Skjenneberg, editors. Proceedings second international reindeer/caribou symposium, Røros, Norway, 1979. Direktoratet for vilt og ferskvannsfisk, Trondheim.

 

1979

  • Cameron, R. D., and K. R. Whitten. 1979. Seasonal movements and sexual segregation of caribou determined by aerial survey. Journal of Wildlife Management 43:626–633.
  • Cameron, R. D., K. R. Whitten, W. T. Smith, and D. D. Roby. 1979. Caribou distribution and group composition associated with construction of the trans-Alaska pipeline. Canadian Field-Naturalist 93(2):155–162.
  • Haggstrom, D. A. 1979. The fall behavior of rock ptarmigan (Lagopus mutus) in Interior Alaska. Master's thesis, University of Alaska Fairbanks.

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1978

  • Gasaway, W. C., D. B. Harkness, and R. A. Rausch. 1978. Accuracy of moose age determinations from incisor cementum layers. Journal of Wildlife Management 42:558–563.
  • Whitman, J. S. 1978. Sex and age determination of pine marten based on skull and baculum measurements. University of Idaho, Forest, Wildlife, and Range Experiment Station Bulletin:5–10.

 

1977

  • Davis, J. L. 1977. History and current status of caribou in Alaska. Paper presented at symposium/workshop: Parameters of caribou population ecology in Alaska, University of Alaska Fairbanks, 17–19 November 1977.
  • Magoun, A. J., and P. Valkenburg. 1977. The river otter (Lutra canadensis) on the north slope of the Brooks Range, Alaska. Canadian Field-Naturalist 91(3):303–305.
  • Rausch, R. A., and R. A. Hinman. 1977. Wolf management in Alaska — An exercise in futility? Pages 147–156 in R. L. Phillips, and C. Jonkel, editors. Proceedings of the 1975 predator symposium, Montana Forest and Conservation Experiment Station, 16–19 June 1975. University of Montana, Missoula.

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1976

  • Cushwa, C. T., and J. Coady. 1976. Food habits of moose, Alces alces, in Alaska: A preliminary study using rumen contents analysis. Canadian Field-Naturalist 90(1):11–16.
  • Glenn, L. P., J. W. Lentfer, J. B. Faro, and L. H. Miller. 1976. Reproductive biology of female brown bears (Ursus arctos), McNeil River, Alaska. Pages 381-390 in Bears: Their Biology and Management: A Selection of Papers from the Third International Conference on Bear Research and Management, Binghamton, New York, USA, and Moscow, U.S.S.R, June 1974. IUCN Publications New Series no. 40. International Association for Bear Research and Management.
  • Lentfer, J. W. 1976. Polar bear management in Alaska. Pages 209-213 in Bears: Their Biology and Management: A Selection of Papers from the Third International Conference on Bear Research and Management, Binghamton, New York, USA, and Moscow, U.S.S.R, June 1974. IUCN Publications New Series no. 40. International Association for Bear Research and Management.
  • Reynolds, H. V., J. A. Curatolo, and Q. Roland. 1976. Denning ecology of grizzly bears in northeastern Alaska. Pages 403-409 in Bears: Their Biology and Management: A Selection of Papers from the Third International Conference on Bear Research and Management, Binghamton, New York, USA, and Moscow, U.S.S.R, June 1974. IUCN Publications New Series no. 40. International Association for Bear Research and Management.
  • Roby, D. O., R. D. Cameron, K. R. Whitten, and W. T. Smith. 1976. Movements and behavior of caribou potentially affected by the trans-Alaska pipeline. Pages 158 in Proceedings of the 27th Alaska Science Conference, Fairbanks, Alaska, 4–7 August 1976. Alaska Division American Association for the Advancement of Science.
  • Valkenburg, P. 1976. A study of the brown bear (Ursus arctos) in the proposed northeastern addition to Mount McKinley National Park. Master's thesis, University of Alaska Fairbanks.

 

1975

  • Coady, J. W. 1975. Bioenergetics of the brown lemming (Lemmus sibiricus). Master's thesis, University of Alaska Fairbanks.
  • McGowan, J. D. 1975. Effect of autumn and spring hunting on ptarmigan population trends. Journal of Wildlife Management 39:491–495.
  • Neiland, K. A. 1975. Further observations on rangiferine brucellosis in Alaskan carnivores. Journal of Wildlife Diseases 11:45–53.

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1974

  • Bishop, R. H., and R. A. Rausch. 1974. Moose population fluctuations in Alaska, 1950–1972. Naturaliste Canadien 101:559–593.
  • Coady, J. W. 1974. Influence of snow on behavior of moose. Naturaliste Canadien 101:417–436.
  • LeResche, R. E. 1974. Moose migrations in North America. Naturaliste Canadien 101:393–415.
  • LeResche, R. E., and R. A. Rausch. 1974. Accuracy and precision of aerial moose censusing. Journal of Wildlife Management 38:175–182.
  • Rausch, R. A., R. J. Somerville, and R. H. Bishop. 1974. Moose management in Alaska. Naturaliste Canadien 101:705–721.

 

1972

  • Lentfer, J. W. 1972. Polar bear: Sea ice relationships. Pages 165-171 in Bears: Their Biology and Management: A Selection of Papers from the Second International Conference on Bear Research and Management, Calgary, Alberta, Canada, 6-9 November 1970. IUCN Publications New Series no. 23. International Association for Bear Research and Management.
  • Lentfer, J. W., R. J. Hensel, L. H. Miller, L. P. Glenn, and D. B. Vernon. 1972. Remarks on denning habits of Alaska brown bears. Pages 125-132 in Bears: Their Biology and Management: A Selection of Papers from the Second International Conference on Bear Research and Management, Calgary, Alberta, Canada, 6-9 November 1970. IUCN Publications New Series no. 23. International Association for Bear Research and Management.
  • Vernon, D. B., and R. J. Hensel. 1972. Radio tracking brown bears on Kodiak Island. Pages 19-25 in Bears: Their Biology and Management: A Selection of Papers from the Second International Conference on Bear Research and Management, Calgary, Alberta, Canada, 6-9 November 1970. IUCN Publications New Series no. 23. International Association for Bear Research and Management.
  • Weeden, R. B., and J. B. Theberge. 1972. The dynamics of a fluctuating population of rock ptarmigan in Alaska. Pages 90–106 in K. H. Voous, editor. Proceedings of the XVth International Ornithological Congress, 30 August–5 September 1970, The Hague, Netherlands.

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1971

  • Shideler, R. T. 1971. The importance of mimic pattern and position in an artificial mimicry situation. Master's thesis, University of Montana.

 

1970

  • Stephenson, R. O. 1970. A study of the summer food habits of the arctic fox on St. Lawrence Island, Alaska. Master's thesis, University of Alaska Fairbanks.

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1969

  • McGowan, J. D. 1969. Starvation of Alaskan ruffed and sharp-tailed grouse caused by icing. Auk 86:142–143.
  • Rausch, R. A. 1969. A summary of wolf studies in Southcentral Alaska, 1957–1968. Thirty-fourth North American Wildlife and Natural Resources Conference, 2–5 March 1969. Wildlife Management Institute, Wire Building, Washington, D.C.
  • Weeden, R. B. 1969. Foods of rock and willow ptarmigan in central Alaska with comments on interspecific competition. Auk 86:271–281.

 

1968

  • Weeden, R. B. 1968. Dates of first flowers of alpine plants at Eagle Creek, Central Alaska. Canadian Field-Naturalist 82:24–31.

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1967

  • Rausch, R. A. 1967. Some aspects of the population ecology of wolves, Alaska. American Zoologist 7(2):253–265.
  • Weeden, R. B., and A. Watson. 1967. Determining the age of rock ptarmigan in Alaska and Scotland. Journal of Wildlife Management 31:825–826.

 

1966

  • Weeden, R. B. 1966. Molt of primaries of adult rock ptarmigan in central Alaska. Auk 83:587–596.

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1964

  • Burns, J. J. 1964. Comparison of two populations of mink from Alaska. Canadian Journal of Zoology 42:1071–1079.
  • Burns, J. J. 1964. The ecology, economics and management of mink in the Yukon–Kuskokwim Delta, Alaska. Master's thesis, University of Alaska Fairbanks.
  • Weeden, R. B. 1964. Spatial separation of sexes in rock and willow ptarmigan in winter. Auk 81:534–541.

 

1963

  • Weeden, R. B. 1963. Management of ptarmigan in North America. Journal of Wildlife Management 27:673–683.

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1961

  • Weeden, R. B. 1961. Outer primaries as indicators of age among rock ptarmigan. Journal of Wildlife Management 25:337–339.

 

1959

  • Courtright, A. M. 1959. Range management and the genus Rangifer: A review of selected literature. Master's thesis, University of Alaska Fairbanks.

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1956

  • Skoog, R. O. 1956. Range, movements, population, and food habits of the Steese-Fortymile caribou herd. Master's thesis, University of Alaska.

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