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Saalfeld, David T.    Schamber, Jason L.    Schmale, Christine Alaine    Schmidt, Bob    Schneider, Karl B.    Schoen, John W.    Schorr, Gregory    Schumacher, Thomas V.    Schwanke, Craig    Schwanke, Rebecca A.    Schwartz, Charles C.    Scott, Ryan    Scotton, Bradley D.    Seaman, Glenn A.    Seaton, Carsten Thomas    Seaton, Kalin A.    Seavoy, Roger J.    Selinger, Jeff S.    Sell, Stephanie K.    Sellers, Richard A.    Senner, Stanley E.    Seward, Alma    Sexton, Jerome J.    Shapiro, Lewis H.    Shea, Lana C.    Shea, Lena G.    Sheets Jr., Arthur M.    Sheffield, Gay G.    Shepherd, Peter E. K.    Sherburne, Judy    Sherwood, Glen A.    Shideler, Richard T.    Shishido, Neil    Shpak, Olga V    Shuey, Curtis C.    Sigman, Marilyn J.    Sikes, Derek S.    Sill, Lauren A.    Simpkins, Michael A.    Simpson, Dorothy T.    Siniff, Donald B.    Sinnott, Rick J.    Skinner, John P.    Skoog, Ronald O.    Skovrind, Mikkel    Slemons, Jonne    Small, Robert J.    Smith III, Arthur C.    Smith III, T. C.    Smith, B. R.    Smith, Christian A.    Smith, Ginamaria F.    Smith, Justin Arthur    Smith, Kyle    Smith, Roger B.    Smith, Timothy E.    Smith, Tracy    Smith, Walter T.    Smyth, Adrienne    Snedgen, Greg    Snively, Marian L.    Snyder, Gary M.    Soboleff, Nathan J.    Solomon, Elizabeth K.    Somerville, Ronald J.    Soukup, Jerry    Sowell, Stephen    Spalinger, Donald E.    Spathelf, Miles O.    Spike-Fork/50 Task Group, The    Spivey, Timothy J.    Spraker, Ted H.    Sprowls, Caitlin    St. Louis, Rita    Stanford, Susan    Stantorf, Cory J.    Steen, Nicholas C.    Stegall, Vicki K.    Steigers Jr., William D.    Steinacher, Susan    Stephenson Jr., Robert O.    Stephenson, Thomas R.    Stout, Glenn W.    Strauch, Rebecca A.    Straugh, Thomas B.    Stuby, Lisa    Sutherland, Robert D.    Sutton, Anne L.    Svoboda, Nathan J.    Swain, Una G.    Sydeman, Michelle    Szepanski, Michele M.   

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Saalfeld, David T. Back to top

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  • Conservation of rain forests in Southeast Alaska: Report of a working group
    Samson, F. B., P. Alaback, J. Christner, T. DeMeo, A. Doyle, J. Martin, J. McKibben, M. Orme, L. Suring, K. Thompson, B. G. Wilson, D. A. Anderson, R. W. Flynn, J. W. Schoen, L. G. Shea, and J. L. Franklin. 1989. Conservation of rain forests in Southeast Alaska: Report of a working group. Pages 121-133 [In] R. E. McCabe, editor. Transactions of the 54th North American Wildlife and Natural Resources Conference, 17-22 March 1989, Washington, D.C. Wildlife Management Institute, Washington, D.C.
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Samuel, William M. Back to top

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  • The role of human-related risk in breeding site selection by wolves
    Sazatornil, V., A. Rodríguez, M. Klaczek, M. Ahmadi, F. Álvares, S. Arthur, J. C. Blanco, B. L. Borg, D. Cluff, Y. Cortés, E. J. García, E. Geffen, B. Habib, Y. Iliopoulos, M. Kaboli, M. Krofel, L. Llaneza, F. Marucco, J. K. Oakleaf, D. K. Person, H. Potočnik, N. Ražen, H. Rio-Maior, H. Sand, D. Unger, P. Wabakken, and J. V. López-Bao. 2016. The role of human-related risk in breeding site selection by wolves. Biological Conservation 201:103-110. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.biocon.2016.06.022
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  • The effects of breeder loss on wolves
    Brainerd, S. M., H. Andren, E. E. Bangs, E. H. Bradley, J. A. Fontaine. W. Hall, Y. Iliopoulos, M. D. Jimenez, E. A. Jozwiak, O. Liberg, C. M. Mack, T. J. Meier, C. C. Neimeyer, H. C. Pedersen, H. Sand, R. N. Schultz, D. W. Smith, P. Wabakken, and A. P. Wydeven. 2008. The effects of breeder loss on wolves. Journal of Wildlife Management 72(1):89-98. http://doi.org/10.2193/2006-305
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Sandercock, Brett K. Back to top

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  • Projecting marine mammal distribution in a changing climate
    Silber, G. K., M. D. Lettrich, P. O. Thomas, J. D. Baker, M. Baumgartner, E. A. Becker, P. Boveng, D. M. Dick, J. Fiechter, J. Forcada, K. A. Forney, R. B. Griffis, J. A. Hare, A. J. Hobday, D. Howell, K. L. Laidre, N. Mantua, L. Quakenbush, J. A. Santora, K. M. Stafford, P. Spencer, C. Stock, W. Sydeman, K. Van Houtan, and R. S. Waples. 2017. Projecting marine mammal distribution in a changing climate. Frontiers in Marine Science 4(413):1-14. https://doi.org/10.3389/fmars.2017.00413
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Saperstein, Lisa Back to top

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  • The role of human-related risk in breeding site selection by wolves
    Sazatornil, V., A. Rodríguez, M. Klaczek, M. Ahmadi, F. Álvares, S. Arthur, J. C. Blanco, B. L. Borg, D. Cluff, Y. Cortés, E. J. García, E. Geffen, B. Habib, Y. Iliopoulos, M. Kaboli, M. Krofel, L. Llaneza, F. Marucco, J. K. Oakleaf, D. K. Person, H. Potočnik, N. Ražen, H. Rio-Maior, H. Sand, D. Unger, P. Wabakken, and J. V. López-Bao. 2016. The role of human-related risk in breeding site selection by wolves. Biological Conservation 201:103-110. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.biocon.2016.06.022
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Schaeffer, Chuck Back to top

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  • Muskox status recent variation, and uncertain future
    Cuyler, C., J. Rowell, J. Adamczewski, M. Anderson, J. Blake, T. Bretten, V. Brodeur, M. Campbell, S. L. Checkley, H. D. Cluff, S. D. Cote, T. Davison, M. Dumond, B. Ford, A. Gruzdev, A. Gunn, P. Jones, S. Kutz, L. Leclerc, C. Mallory, F. Mavrot, J. B. Mosbacher, I. M. Okhlopkov, P. Reynolds, N. M. Schmidt, T. Sipko, M. Suitor, M. Tomaselli, and B. Ytrehus. 2019. Muskox status recent variation, and uncertain future. Ambio [Online First 5/11/19]:1-15. https://doi.org/10.1007/s13280-019-01205-x
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Schmutz, Josef Back to top

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  • Best practice guidelines for cetacean tagging
    Andrews, R. D., R. W. Baird, J. Calambokidis, C. E. C. Goertz, F. M. D. Gulland, M. P. Heide-Jergensen, S. K. Hooker, M. Johnson, B. Mate, Y. Mitani, D. P. Nowacek, K. Owen, L. T. Quakenbush, S. Raverty, J. Robbins, G. S. Schorr, O. V. Shpak, F. I. J. Townsend, M. Uhart, R. S. Wells, and A. N. Zerbini. 2019. Best practice guidelines for cetacean tagging. The Journal of Cetacean Research and Management 20:27-66.
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Schreer, J. F. Back to top

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  • The effects of breeder loss on wolves
    Brainerd, S. M., H. Andren, E. E. Bangs, E. H. Bradley, J. A. Fontaine. W. Hall, Y. Iliopoulos, M. D. Jimenez, E. A. Jozwiak, O. Liberg, C. M. Mack, T. J. Meier, C. C. Neimeyer, H. C. Pedersen, H. Sand, R. N. Schultz, D. W. Smith, P. Wabakken, and A. P. Wydeven. 2008. The effects of breeder loss on wolves. Journal of Wildlife Management 72(1):89-98. http://doi.org/10.2193/2006-305
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Schumacher, Thomas V. Back to top

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  • Polar and brown bear genomes reveal ancient admixture and demographic footprints of past climate change
    Miller, W., S. C. Schuster, A. J. Welch, A. Ratan, O. C. Bedoya-Reina, F. Zhao, H. L. Kim, R. C. Burhans, D. I. Drautz, N. E. Wittekindt, L. P. Tomsho, E. Ibarra-Laclette, L. Herrera-Estrella, E. Peacock, S. Farley, G. K. Sage, K. Rode, M. Obbard, R. Montiel, L. Bachmann, O. Ingolfsson, J. Aars, T. Mailund, Ø. Wiig, S. L. Talbot, and C. Lindqvist. 2012. Polar and brown bear genomes reveal ancient admixture and demographic footprints of past climate change. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 109(36):E2382-E2390. https://doi.org/10.1073/pnas.1210506109
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  • Wildlife Diversity Program planning and coordination management: Grant performance reports for projects involving Wildlife Diversity Program planning and coordination management
    Wildlife Diversity Program planning and coordination management: Grant performance reports for projects involving Wildlife Diversity Program planning and coordination management: Grant performance reports for projects involving planning program coordination management. Combined progress reports completed during 2003-2009 for the following projects: T-1-6-1: Partnerships for conservation of nongame species. T-1-6-3: Develop nongame species database for comprehensive wildlife conservation strategy. T-1-6-11: Important bird areas of Alaska. T-1-6-16: Developing an international all-bird conservation plan for the northwestern interior forest bird conservation region. T-1-8-1: Conserving Alaska's biodiversity. T-1-16-7: E-Bird Alaska geospatial database development and promotion. T-3-1-1: Conserving Alaska's biodiversity: Program planning, development and coordination. T-3-1-10.10: Alaska citizen science program. T-4-1-1: Ranking nongame species and conservation priorities - Phase II. T-12-1-1: State Endangered Species Act team: Coordination, management and planning. U-1-1-1: Statewide comprehensive wildlife conservation plan.
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  • Rise and fall of the Beringian steppe bison
    Shapiro, B., A. J. Drummond, A. Rambaut, M. C. Wilson, P. E. Matheus, A. V. Sher, O. G. Pybus, M. T. P. Gilbert, I. Barnes, J. Binladen, E. Willerslev, A. J. Hansen, G. F. Baryshnikov, J. A. Burns, S. Davydov, J. C. Driver, D. G. Froese, C. R. Harington, G. Keddie, P. Kosintsev, M. L. Kunz, L. D. Martin, R. O. Stephenson, J. Storer, R. Tedford, S. Zimov, and A. Cooper. 2004. Rise and fall of the Beringian steppe bison. Science 306(5701):1561-1565. https://doi.org/10.1126/science.1101074
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  • Satellite observations of sea ice movement in the Bering Strait region
    Shapiro, L. H., and J. J. Burns. 1975. Satellite observations of sea ice movement in the Bering Strait region. Pages 379-386 [In] G. Weller, and S. A. Bowling, editors. Climate of the Arctic: The 24th Alaska Science Conference, 15-17 1973, Fairbanks, Alaska. Geophysical Institute, University of Alaska, Fairbanks.
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Sharbaugh, Susan Back to top

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  • Landbirds: Annual and final performance reports for State Wildlife Grant funded projects related to landbirds.
    Landbirds: Annual and final performance reports for State Wildlife Grant funded projects related to landbirds. Projects are listed below: T-1-6-2: Banding Station, Creamer's Field. (Alaska Bird Observatory). T-1-16-6: Passerine Data Analysis and Monitoring at the Creamer's Field Migration Station (Alaska Bird Observatory). T-3-1-3.11: Verifying the status of the Eskimo curlew (Numenius borealis) in Alaska.T-3-1-4.12: Assessing the value of Alaska state lands for an imperiled species, the Rusty Blackbird. T-1-6-5: Distribution and seasonal habitat use of American dippers.T-4-1-2: American Dipper nesting ecology. Part 1: Phenology patterns and distribution in an exceptional year; Part 2: Bird blowfly infestations in nests. T-1-6-7: Breeding ecology and habitat quality for arctic warbler in Interior Alaska.T-9-1-2.0: Population structure and conservation status of spruce grouse in Southeast Alaska. T-3-1-4.10: Inventory and monitoring of landbirds on state lands.
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  • Wildlife Diversity Program planning and coordination management: Grant performance reports for projects involving Wildlife Diversity Program planning and coordination management
    Wildlife Diversity Program planning and coordination management: Grant performance reports for projects involving Wildlife Diversity Program planning and coordination management: Grant performance reports for projects involving planning program coordination management. Combined progress reports completed during 2003-2009 for the following projects: T-1-6-1: Partnerships for conservation of nongame species. T-1-6-3: Develop nongame species database for comprehensive wildlife conservation strategy. T-1-6-11: Important bird areas of Alaska. T-1-6-16: Developing an international all-bird conservation plan for the northwestern interior forest bird conservation region. T-1-8-1: Conserving Alaska's biodiversity. T-1-16-7: E-Bird Alaska geospatial database development and promotion. T-3-1-1: Conserving Alaska's biodiversity: Program planning, development and coordination. T-3-1-10.10: Alaska citizen science program. T-4-1-1: Ranking nongame species and conservation priorities - Phase II. T-12-1-1: State Endangered Species Act team: Coordination, management and planning. U-1-1-1: Statewide comprehensive wildlife conservation plan.
    Linkto http://www.adfg.alaska.gov/static-f/home/library/pdfs/wildlife/federal_aid/planning_program_coordination_mgt.pdf (PDF)  More details about Wildlife Diversity Program planning and coordination management: Grant performance reports for projects involving Wildlife Diversity Program planning and coordination management

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  • Landbirds: Annual and final performance reports for State Wildlife Grant funded projects related to landbirds.
    Landbirds: Annual and final performance reports for State Wildlife Grant funded projects related to landbirds. Projects are listed below: T-1-6-2: Banding Station, Creamer's Field. (Alaska Bird Observatory). T-1-16-6: Passerine Data Analysis and Monitoring at the Creamer's Field Migration Station (Alaska Bird Observatory). T-3-1-3.11: Verifying the status of the Eskimo curlew (Numenius borealis) in Alaska.T-3-1-4.12: Assessing the value of Alaska state lands for an imperiled species, the Rusty Blackbird. T-1-6-5: Distribution and seasonal habitat use of American dippers.T-4-1-2: American Dipper nesting ecology. Part 1: Phenology patterns and distribution in an exceptional year; Part 2: Bird blowfly infestations in nests. T-1-6-7: Breeding ecology and habitat quality for arctic warbler in Interior Alaska.T-9-1-2.0: Population structure and conservation status of spruce grouse in Southeast Alaska. T-3-1-4.10: Inventory and monitoring of landbirds on state lands.
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  • Conservation of rain forests in Southeast Alaska: Report of a working group
    Samson, F. B., P. Alaback, J. Christner, T. DeMeo, A. Doyle, J. Martin, J. McKibben, M. Orme, L. Suring, K. Thompson, B. G. Wilson, D. A. Anderson, R. W. Flynn, J. W. Schoen, L. G. Shea, and J. L. Franklin. 1989. Conservation of rain forests in Southeast Alaska: Report of a working group. Pages 121-133 [In] R. E. McCabe, editor. Transactions of the 54th North American Wildlife and Natural Resources Conference, 17-22 March 1989, Washington, D.C. Wildlife Management Institute, Washington, D.C.
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Shea, Rebecca A. Back to top

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