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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.



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.