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1996

Variation in soil nitrogen among microhabitats and with water availability in a Chihuahuan Desert shrub habitat, K Merriam and Nancy Huntly; Ecological Society of America

Variation found in the growth phenology of desert winter annual plants indicates the temporal environmental variation within a growing season contributes to species coexistence, C Pickering, Nancy Huntly, and P Chesson; Ecological Society of America

Relative Density Index as a Tool For Examining Forest Habitat Relationships: An Example Using the Newfoundland Meadow Vole, B. R. Sturtevant and John A. Bissonette; The 81st Annual Meeting of the Ecological Society of America, Providence, RI

A Semester in Tanzania, Julie K. Young; Department of Recreation, Park, and Tourism, Sciences Lunch Seminars, Texas A&M University

1995

An Individual-based Habitat Model for the Newfoundland Marten, W. A. Adair and John A. Bissonette; The Second International Martes Symposium, University of Alberta, Edmonton Alberta, Canada

Individual-Based Modeling as a Forest Management Tool: The Newfoundland Marten as a Case Study, W. A. Adair and John A. Bissonette; Special Session 4 Conservation Potpourri, 60th North American Wildlife & Natural Resources Conference, Minneapolis MN

American Marten Habitat Choice: Scaled Multiple Hypotheses Provide Some Answers, John A. Bissonette; The Third Biennial Conference on the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem: Greater Yellowstone Predators: Ecology and Conservation in a Changing Landscape

Landscape Ecology: Concepts That Resource Managers Need to Know, John A. Bissonette; Applied Biodiversity Conservatoin Workshop, Bureau of Land Management, Riverside, CA

Scale Issues, Emergent Properties, and Transmutability of Data, John A. Bissonette; A Primer in Landscape Ecology Held at the Second Annual Meeting of the Wildlife Society, Portland OR

Effects of disturbances by pocket gophers (Geomys bursarius) water and nitrogen dynamics of grassland ecosystems , E Burr, Nancy Huntly, R Inouye, and G Wasley; Ecological Society of America

Effects of the maternal environment on germination behavior of seeds of a desert annual plant, Lepidium lasiocarpum (Brassicasceae), P Goodman and Nancy Huntly; Ecological Society of America

The Influence of Forest Fragmentation and Prey Availability on American Marten Populations: A Multi-Scale Analysis, C. D. Hargis and John A. Bissonette; The Second International Martes Symposium, University of Alberta, Edmonton Alberta, Canada

Behavior of Landscape Metrics Within Simulated Random Maps and Anthropogenic Landscapes, C. D. Hargis, John A. Bissonette, and J. L. David; A Primer in Landscape Ecology Held at the Second Annual Meeting of the Wildlife Society, Portland OR

The Effectiveness of Various Landscape Measures in Differentiating Landscape Pattern, C. D. Hargis, John A. Bissonette, and J. L. David; The Tenth Annual U.S. Landscape Ecology Symposium, University of Minnesota

Geometry of pocket gopher burrows with respect to natural and experimentally-produced habitat heterogeneity , R Inouye, Nancy Huntly, G Wasley, and E Burr; Ecological Society of America

Consequences of forage fish reduction for lake trout growth potential, Chris Luecke; American Society of Limnology and Oceanography, Reno, Nevada

Estimating growth potential for sockeye salmon in lake environments, Chris Luecke; Department of Fisheries and Oceans, Vancouver, Canada

Recovery and resilience of a food web after a major manipulation, Chris Luecke; Ecological Society of America, Snowbird Utah

Simulated growth and production of Snake River sockeye salmon in Redfish Lake, Idaho, Chris Luecke; University of Toronto

GIS Analysis of Second Order Habitat Selection of a Reintroduced Population of Desert Bighorn Sheep at Capitol Reef National Park, M. J. Machalek, T. L. Steel, John A. Bissonette, and W. G. Workman; The Second Annual Meeting of the Wildlife Society, Portland OR

Effects of voles (Microtus spp.) on dynamics of montane riparian areas in the Yellowstone Region , J Sirotnak and Nancy Huntly; Ecological Society of America

Coarse Woody Debris Dynamics and Spatial Heterogeneity Within a Boreal Forest Environment: Implications for Marten Habitat Management, B. R. Sturtevant and John A. Bissonette; The Second Annual Meeting of the Wildlife Society, Portland OR

Habitat Associations of Microtus pennsylvanicus Within Forests of Western Newfoundland as a Factor Influencing Marten Habitat Quality, B. R. Sturtevant and John A. Bissonette; The Second International Martes Symposium, University of Alberta, Edmonton Alberta Canada

Precipitation, nitrogen addition, pocket gopher mounds, and plant diversity: patterns in an old field at the Cedar Creek Natural History Area, G Wasley, R Inouye, Nancy Huntly, and E Burr; Ecological Society of America

1994

Change is the Defining Characteristic of Ecological Systems, John A. Bissonette; Applied Biodiversity Conservatoin Workshop, Bureau of Land Management, Vernal, UT

California Bighorn Sheep Response to Ephemeral Habitat Fragmentation by Cattle, John A. Bissonette and M. J. Steinkamp; The First Annual Conference of the Wildlife Society: Excellence in Wildlife Stewardship Through Science and Education, Albuquerque, NM

Differential germination responses of desert annual plants to spatially and temporally varying environmental conditions , P Chesson and Nancy Huntly; Ecological Society of America Annual Meeting

The biogeochemistry of a northtemperate grassland with native grazers: N dynamics in Yellowstone National Park, Nancy Huntly, D Frank, R Inouye, G W. Minshall, and J E. Anderson; Ecological Society of America Annual Meeting

Woody species invasion along field margins of different age and aspect , R D. Lawson, Nancy Huntly, R Inouye, and W Carson; Ecological Society of America Annual Meeting

Conservation of Snake River sockeye salmon in Idaho, Chris Luecke; University of British Columbia

Food web compensation in Castle Lake, California, Chris Luecke; University of British Columbia

Effects of cyclically high populations of black-tailed jackrabbits (Lepus californicus) on sage-steppe vegetation and nitrogen budgets, A Porth, Nancy Huntly, and J E. Anderson; Ecological Society of America Annual Meeting

1993

An Energetics-Based Habitat Model for Marten in Newfoundland, W. Adair and John A. Bissonette; Technical Workshop for the Integration of Research Projects of the Western Newfoundland Model Forest Management Corporation, Corner Brook, Newfoundland Canada

Effects of Habitat Spatial Patterns on Martes Population in Europe and North America: A Multi-Scale Approach, John A. Bissonette and S. M. Broekhuizen; Landscape Approaches in Mammalian Ecology: Effects of Habitat Spatial Configuration, Sixth International Theriological congress, Sydney Australia

Linking Landscape and Smaller Scale Responses: A Multi-Scale Model, John A. Bissonette and C. D. Hargis; The First International Wildlife Management Congress, San Jose, Costa Rica

Relationship Between Subnivean Access Point Use and Subnivean Prey, John A. Bissonette and S. S. Sherburne; Forest Carnivore Populations and Habitat Symposium, 21st International Union of Game Biologists, Halifax, Nova Scotia Canada

GIS Management of Telemetry Data, John A. Bissonette, S. S. Sherburne, and R. D. Ramsey; The First International Wildlife Management Congress, San Jose, Costa Rica

Mechanisms responsible for egg loss of the Bonneville cisco (Prosopium gemifer), an endemic fish species in Bear Lake: observational and experimental evidence, N. Bouwes and Chris Luecke; Ecological Society of America, Madison, Wisconsin

Observational and experimental evidence of mechanisms responsible for egg loss of the Bonneville Cisco, Prosopium gemifer, N. W. Bouwes and Chris Luecke; American Fisheries Society, Portland Oregon

Modeling growth potential of juvenile sockeye salmon, P. Budy and Chris Luecke; American Fisheries Society, Portland Oregon

The role of temporal variation in the coexistence of plant species, with special reference to the annual plants of arid zones, P Chesson and Nancy Huntly; International Botanical Congress

Limnological effects of food-web manipulations in the presence of intra-guild predation: five years of observations from Castle Lake, California, J. J. Elser, M. T. Brett, Chris Luecke, and C. R. Goldman; Ecological Society of America, Madison, Wisconsin

Restoration of sockeye salmon nursery lakes by fertilization, H. P. Gross, Wayne A. Wurtsbaugh, P. Budy, and Chris Luecke; ASLO & SWS Annual Meetings, 1993, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada

Fractal Geometry as a Tool for Quantifying Forest Fragmentation, C. D. Hargis and John A. Bissonette; Annual Meeting of the Utah Chapter of the Wildlife Society, St. George UT

Pocket gophers and montane vegetation, Nancy Huntly, J E. Anderson, and R S. Inouye; 3rd Annual Northern Range Meeting

Effects of subterranean herbivores on plant communities , Nancy Huntly, O J. Reichman, and R Inouye; International Theriological Congress

Assessing growth potential of endangered sockeye salmon in Sawtooth Valley lakes: empirical and simulation models, Chris Luecke, P. Budy, Wayne A. Wurtsbaugh, and H. Gross; Ecological Society of America, Madison, Wisconsin

The effect of native cyprinids on growth of kokanee: an experimental test in a western reservoir, Chris Luecke and D. Teuscher; American Fisheries Society, Portland Oregon

Causes of Population Decline in Mourning Doves in Utah, W. D. Ostrand and John A. Bissonette; Annual Meeting of the Utah Chapter of the Wildlife Society, St. George UT

Movements and impacts of black-tailed jackrabbits in sage-steppe, A Porth, Nancy Huntly, and J E. Anderson; The Wildlife Society

Secondary Growth Forest as Potential Marten Habitat in Newfoundland, B. R. Sturtevant and John A. Bissonette; Technical Workshop for the Integration of Research Projects of the Western Newfoundland Model Forest Management Corporation, Corner Brook, Newfoundland Canada

1992

Emerging Values in Wildlife Management: Predator Management in Utah, John A. Bissonette; Emerging Values of Wildlife, Utah Wilderness Association, Salt Lake City, UT

Landscape Ecology: Fundamental Concepts for Wildlife and Forest Biologists, John A. Bissonette; Silviculture for Non-Silviculturists, Forest Resources Department, Utah State University, Logan

Theory of Landscape Ecology and Ecosystem Management, John A. Bissonette; Wildlife Habitat Managemtnt Short Course, Fish and Wildlife Department, Utah State University, Logan UT

The effect of planktivory on seasonal population dynamics of zooplankton, Robert DeCino and Chris Luecke; ASLO Aquatic Sciences Meeting, Santa Fe, NM

Conservation and the Role of Reductionism: From Pattern to Process, G. S. Drew and John A. Bissonette; The Sixth Annual Meeting of the Society for Conservation Biology, Virginia Polytechnical Institute, Blacksburg, VA

Habitat Selection of American Marten (Martes americana): Resource Access or Avoidance of Predation Risk, G. S. Drew and John A. Bissonette; Annual Meeting of the Ecological Society of America, Honolulu HI

Maintenance of diversity in a changing world , Nancy Huntly; Elroy L. Rice Annual Lecture

Patterns and controls of herbivore influence in grasslands and meadows , Nancy Huntly, R Inouye, and D Frank; Ecological Society of America Annual Meeting

Compensating changes in fish assemblage following a food web manipulation in Castle Lake, California, Chris Luecke; American Society of Limnology and Oceanography, Santa Fe, New Mexico

Competition between Kokanee salmon and Utah chub: An experimental approach, Chris Luecke; ASLO Aquatic Sciences Meeting, Santa Fe, NM

Estimating the vertical distribution of rainbow trout in Castle Lake, Chris Luecke; Gutshop 1992, Orcas Island, Washington

Seasonal consumption dynamics of planktivorous fish; Implications for fish competition and zooplankton succession, Chris Luecke; 77th Annual Ecological Society of America Meeting

The link between basic ecology and fisheries management, Chris Luecke; University of Washington

Subnivean Access Point Choice by American Marten (Martes americana): Homeothermic Considerations or Prey Driven?, S. S. Sherburne and John A. Bissonette; Annual Meeting of the Ecological Society of America, Honolulu HI

1991

Core Area Species, Fragmentation, and Landscape Approaches: Appropriate for Refuge Management?, John A. Bissonette; Presentation to the Nongame Wildlife Workshop, Golden, CO

Landscape Perspectives: The Meaning of Chaos Theory and Fractal Geometry to Forest Biologists, John A. Bissonette; Silviculture for Nonsilviculturists, Forest Resources Department, Utah State University, Logan

Regression in Forest Succession Stages and its Implication for Core Sensitive Species: A Global Look at Marten Habitat Futures, John A. Bissonette; Symposium on the Biology and Management of Martens and Fishers at the University of Wyoming, Laramie

Covariation between environment and competition: its origin and importance for community dynamics in variable environments , P Chesson and Nancy Huntly; Ecological Society of America Annual Meeting

Differential Survival of American Marten in Newfoundland, Canada, R. J. Fredrickson and John A. Bissonette; Symposium on the Biology and Management of Martens and Fishers at the University of Wyoming, Laramie

The potential for compensating changes in planktivory following reductions in planktivorous fish abundance, Chris Luecke; Ecological Society of America, San Antonio, Texas

Use of hydroacoustic methodology to assess forage fish abundance, species composition and spatial distribution in a complex reservoir, Chris Luecke; American Fisheries Society

Relationships of Red Squirrel Middens to Marten Subnivean Access Points, S. S. Sherburne and John A. Bissonette; Symposium on the Biology and Management of Management of Martens and Fishers at the University of Wyoming, Laramie

1990

Earth Day 1970 and 1990: Implications for the 1990's, John A. Bissonette; Panel Discussion, School of Natural Resources, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor

Landscape Level Approaches to Solve Endangered Species Problems, John A. Bissonette; Seminar, Biology Department, University of Utah, Salt Lake City

Pocket gophers and montane vegetation, Nancy Huntly, J E. Anderson, and R S. Inouye; 3rd Annual Northern Yellowstone Range Meeting

Do desert annual plants coexist by the storage effect?, Nancy Huntly and P Chesson; Ecological Society of America Annual Meeting

Temporal variability and community structure and dynamics, Nancy Huntly and P Chesson; International Symposium: Bridging the Gap Between Theory and Empiricism

Invertebrate predators as a buffer in the trophic cascade: a modeling approach, Chris Luecke; American Society of Limnology and Oceanography. Williamsburg, Virginia

Predicting vertical distribution of lake salmonids: an energetics approach, Chris Luecke; Ecological Society of America, Snowbird, Utah

Form and function in Joshua trees: orientation of leaf whorls, allocation of nutrients, and water use efficiency , K Rasmuson, J E. Anderson, and Nancy Huntly; Ecological Society of America Annual Meeting

Hydrologic and Riparian Systems: The Foundation Network For Landscape Planning, Richard E. Toth; Hydrologic and Riparian Systems: The Foundation Network For Landscape Planning

The Contribution of Landscape Planning to Environmental Protection: An Overview of Activites in the United States, Richard E. Toth; The Contribution of Landscape Planning to Environmental Protection: An Overview of Activites in the United States

1989

American Marten: A Case For Landscape Management, John A. Bissonette; 54th North American Wildlife and Natural Resources Converence, Washington, D.C.

Marten in Newfoundland: A Core Sensitive Species in a Patchy Environment--Or, Can Interior Species Survive Into the 21st Century?, John A. Bissonette; The Noon Seminar Series of the Biology Department, University of North Dakota, Grand Forks, ND

Solving Resource Problems: The Effect of Scale--Or, Does Methodology Help or Hinder?, John A. Bissonette; 11th Glenn Allen Paur Memorial Lecture, University of North Dakota, Grand Forks

The Future of Wildlife Management Agencies in a Changing Society, John A. Bissonette; The Annual Meeting of the Big Game Section of the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources, Pack Creek Ranch, Moab, UT

The role of within population heterogeneity and environmental variability in a community of annual plants, P Chesson, Nancy Huntly, and S Sommer; Ecological Society of America Annual Meeting

What can experiments tell us about the effects of herbivores on plant communities?, Nancy Huntly; Ecological Society of America Annual Meeting

Food web manipulation and water clarity, Chris Luecke; American Fisheries Society, Anchorage, Alaska

Increased water transparency results from a reduction of planktivorous fish in a eutrophic lake, Chris Luecke; American Society of Limnology and Oceanography, Fairbanks, Alaska

Increased water transparency results from a reduction of planktivorous fish in a eutrophic lake, Chris Luecke; University of Kansas

1988

Germination responses of winter annuals of the Chihuahuan Desert and their consequences for species diversity , P Chesson, Nancy Huntly, and B Kerans; Ecological Society of America Annual Meeting

Spatial distribution and population structure of a joshua tree (Yucca brevifolia) forest, D Lawrence, Nancy Huntly, and J E. Anderson; Ecological Society of America Annual Meeting

Interactions between prey growth rates and size selection predation in aquatic communities, Chris Luecke; Ecological Society of America, Davis, California

Individual and population level patterns of morphology in Joshua trees (Yucca brevifolia), S Pew, Nancy Huntly, and J E. Anderson; Ecological Society of America Annual Meeting

The relationship between conductive tissue area and leaf area in Joshua trees (Yucca brevifolia) , R Waschmann, J E. Anderson, and Nancy Huntly; Ecological Society of America Annual Meeting

1987

Landscape Change and its Effect on Endangered Pine Marten: Paradigms From Newfoundland, John A. Bissonette; Distinguished Lecture Series, University of Arizona, Tucson

A diversity-promoting mechanism in plant communities , P Chesson and Nancy Huntly; Ecological Society of America Annual Meeting

Experimental studies of the effects of small-and large-scale variation in primary productivity on old-field grasshopper populations, Nancy Huntly; Entomological Society of America Annual Meeting