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2019 journal article
A camouflage conundrum: unexpected differences in winter coat color between sympatric species
2015 journal article
Examining temporal sample scale and model choice with spatial capture-recapture models in the common leopard Panthera pardus
PLoS One, 10(11).
2013 journal article
Camouflage mismatch in seasonal coat color due to decreased snow duration
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 110(18), 7360–7365.
Conservation of wildlife populations : demography, genetics, and management (2nd Ed.)
Chichester, West Sussex ; Hoboken, NJ : Wiley-Blackwell.
Wildlife population dynamics
In Wildlife management: Contemporary principles and practices. Baltimore : John Hopkins University Press.
Noninvasive Sampling for carnivores
In L. Boitani & R. Powell (Eds.), Carnivore ecology and conservation: a handbook of techniques.
Ed(s): L. Boitani & R. Powell
Wildlife research techniques in rugged mountainous Asian landscape
2011 journal article
Translating effects of inbreeding depression on component vital rates to overall population growth in endangered bighorn sheep
Conservation Biology, 25(6), 1240–1249.
2010 journal article
Combining ground count, telemetry, and mark-resight data to infer population dynamics in an endangered species
Journal of Applied Ecology, 47(5), 1083–1093.
2010 journal article
Foraging patterns of cavity-nesting birds in fire-suppressed and prescribe-burned ponderosa pine forests in Montana
Open Environmental Sciences, 41, 41–52.
Procedures for implementing small mammal inventories in Bhutan
Bhutan: Ugyen Wangchuck Institute for Conservation and the Environment.
Crossing disciplines for endangered Species (review of Scott, J. Michael, Dale D. Goble, and Frank W. Davis, editors. 2006. The Endangered Species Act at thirty. Conserving Biodiversity in Human-dominated Landscape)
[Review of ]. Ecology, 89, 592–593.
Chapter 14: North America
In C. B. Field, M. B. L. D. Mortsch, P. K. D. L. Forbes, S. W. R. J. A. Patz, & M. J. Scott (Eds.), Climate change 2007 - impacts, adaptation and vulnerability working group ii contribution to the fourth assessment report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change. New York : Cambridge University Press.
Ed(s): C. Field, M. L. D. Mortsch, P. D. L. Forbes, S. J. A. Patz & M. Scott
Conservation of wildlife populations : demography, genetics, and management (1st Ed.)
Malden, MA : Blackwell Pub.
Ecology and management of small populations
In Techniques for wildlife investigations and management (6th ed.) (pp. 691–713). Bethesda, Md. : Wildlife Society.
2005 journal article
Snowshoe hares in Yellowstone
Yellowstone Science, 13, 3–6.
Snowshoe hares in a dynamic managed landscape
In M. A. B. Editors H. R. Akcakaya, C. W. O. Kindvall, J. H. P. Sjogren-Gulve, & M. A. McCarthy (Eds.), Species conservation and management : case studies. New York : Oxford University Press.
Ed(s): M. Editors H. R. Akcakaya, C. O. Kindvall, J. P. Sjogren-Gulve & M. McCarthy
2003 journal article
Estimating pregnancy rates and litter size in snowshoe hares using ultrasound
Wildlife Society Bulletin, 31(4), 1066–1072.
Measuring and interpreting changes in connectivity for mammals in coniferous forests
In R. G. A. Cynthia J. Zabel (Ed.), Mammal community dynamics : management and conservation in the coniferous forests of western North America.
Ed(s): R. Cynthia J. Zabel
2002 journal article
Effects of plot size and shape on pellet density estimates for snowshoe hares
Wildlife Society Bulletin, 30(3), 751–755.
Sensitivity analysis to evaluate the consequences of conservation actions
In S. R. Beissinger & D. R. McCullough (Eds.), Population viability analysis. Chicago : University of Chicago Press.
Ed(s): S. Beissinger & D. McCullough
2002 journal article
Terrestrial and stream amphibians across clearcut-forest interfaces in the Siskiyou Mountains, Oregon
Northwest Science, 76(2), 129–140.
2000 conference paper
Do highways fragment small mammal populations?
Proceedings of the International Conference on Ecology and Transportation.
2000 journal article
Life stage simulation analysis: Estimating vital-rate effects on population growth for conservation
Ecology (Brooklyn, New York, N.Y.), 81(3), 628–641.
Buffer zones: Benefits and dangers of compatible stewardship
In M. E. Soule & J. Terborgh (Eds.), Continental conservation : scientific foundations of regional reserve networks (pp. 191–198). Washington, D.C. : Island Press.
Ed(s): . M. E. Soule & J. Terborgh
Connectivity: Maintaining flows in fragmented landscapes
In M. E. Soule? & J. Terborgh (Eds.), Continental conservation : scientific foundations of regional reserve networks. Washington, D.C. : Island Press.
Ed(s): M. Soule? & J. Terborgh
1999 journal article
Ecological consequences of forest fragmentation in the Klamath region
Natural Areas Journal, 19(4), 368–378.
The role of genetics in understanding forest fragmentation
In L. A. L. James A. Rochelle & J. Wisniewski (Eds.), Forest fragmentation : wildlife and management implications. Leiden : Brill.
Ed(s): L. James A. Rochelle & J. Wisniewski
1999 conference paper
What do demographic sensitivity analyses tell us about controlling Brown-headed Cowbirds?
Research and management of the brown-headed cowbird in western landscapes, (18), 121–134.
1998 journal article
No need to Isolate Genetics
Science, 282, 1658–1659.
Fragmentation of a natural area: Dynamics of isolation for small mammals on forest remnants
In National parks and protected areas : their role in environmental protection (pp. 199–219). Cambridge, Mass. : Blackwell Science.
1996 journal article
Study and management of an isolated, rare population: The Fresno kangaroo rat
Wildlife Society Bulletin, 24(4), 602–606.
In Encyclopedia of environmental biology (pp. 381–387). San Diego : Academic Press.
1995 journal article
Woodland caribou: A conservation dilemma
Endangered Species Update, 12(10/11).
1994 journal article
Hypogeous sporocarps in forest remnants and clearcuts in Southwest Oregon
Northwest Science, 68(4), 259–265.
Conservation genetics and conservation biology: a troubled marriage
In K. H. O. T. Sandlund & A. H. D. Brown (Eds.), Conservation of biodiversity for sustainable development (pp. 55–69). Oslo, Norway : Scandinavian University Press.
Ed(s): K. O. T. Sandlund & . A. H. D. Brown