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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.


  • 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.
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