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Long-Range Transportation Planning in Utah: Summary of Research Results from a Statewide Telephone Survey., Douglas Reiter, Dale Blahna, Steven W. Burr, Christina Klien, Joanna Endter-Wada, Judith Kurtzman, Michael Butkus, and Douglas Gibbons

Forest Resources of the Apache-Sitgreaves National Forest, Paul C. Rogers

Forest Resources of the Cibola National Forest, Paul C. Rogers

Forest Resources of the Prescott National Forest, Paul C. Rogers

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If the NFL Can Do It, So Can Scientists, Charles Romesburg

Developing your professional paradigm, Robert H. Schmidt; Wildlife Control Technology

Expand Your Horizons – WCC-95, Robert H. Schmidt; Wildlife Control Technology

Owl nest boxes and rodent control, Robert H. Schmidt; The Probe

Responding to customer complaints: develop your own program, Robert H. Schmidt; Wildlife Control Technology

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Scenic Quality after Harvest: A Decade of Ratings for Six Silviculture Treatments, B. Shelby, J. Thompson, Mark W. Brunson, and R. Johnson; Journal of Forestry

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Indicators for Maintenance and Enhancement of Multiple Economic and Social Benefits to Current and Future Generations, J. Tanaka, L. A. Torell, L. E. Swanson, Mark W. Brunson, D. W. McCollum, and H. T. Heintz Jr.; A First Approximation Report by the Sustainable Rangelands Roundtable.

Improved Pastoral Livelihood Security Through Education- Experiences of the PARIMA Project in Southern Ethiopia, S. Tezera, S. Desta, and David Layne Coppock; Global Livestock Collaborative Research Support Program

The Role of the University in the Collaborative Planning Process, Richard E. Toth, T. C. Edwards, R. J. Lilieholm, and Jack Payne; The Role of the University in the Collaborative Planning Process

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Capacity Building in the Faculty of Environmental Studies and Natural Resources at Egerton University, Kenya: Pastoral Risk Management and Watershed Rehabilitation., A. A. Aboud and David Layne Coppock; Capacity building in the Faculty of Environmental Studies and Natural Resources at Egerton University, Kenya: Pastoral risk management and watershed rehabilitation

PARIMA/LEWS Livestock Marketing Collaborative Project, C. Barrett, David Layne Coppock, P. D. Little, and J. Stuth; PARIMA/LEWS livestock marketing collaborative project

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Range Sites: Are They the Appropriate Spatial Unit for Measuring and Managing Rangelands?, J. R. Brown, T. Svejcar, Mark W. Brunson, J. Dobrowolski, E. Fredrickson, U. Kreuter, K. Launchbaugh, J. Southworth, and T. Thurow; Rangelands

Collaborative Stewardship: Views from Both Sides Now, Mark W. Brunson; Ecosystem Management: Adaptive, Community-Based Conservation

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Evaluating a Nature-Based Tourism Event, Mark W. Brunson

Status of Social Criteria and Indicators, Mark W. Brunson; Sustainable Rangeland Management: Status of a Roundtable to Determine Criteria and Indicators: Proceedings of a Symposium Sponsored by the Sustainable Rangelands Roundtable

Perceptions of Ranching: Public Views and Personal Reflections, Mark W. Brunson and G. N. Wallace; Ranching West of the 100th Meridian: Culture, Economics, and Ecology.

Recreational Use of Elk, S. D. Bunnell, M. L. Wolfe, Mark W. Brunson, and D. R. Potter; North American Elk: Ecology and Management.

Improving Pastoral Risk Management on East African Rangelands, David Layne Coppock; 2001 Annual report for the Global Livestock Collaborative Research Support Program (GL-CRSP)

Review of the Pastoral Risk Management (PARIMA) Project by the External Evaluation Panel (EEP), Global Bureau, USAID, David Layne Coppock; Review of the Pastoral Risk Management (PARIMA) Project by the External Evaluation Panel (EEP), Global Bureau, USAID

Risk Mapping for Northern Kenya and Southern Ethiopia, David Layne Coppock; Research Brief 01-01-PARIMA. Global Livestock Collaborative Research Support Program

The PARIMA Project: Problem Model and Project Achievements, 1997-2000., David Layne Coppock; The PARIMA project: Problem model and project achievements, 1997-2000

Rangeland Policy Perspectives from Bolivia, Ethiopia, and Kenya, David Layne Coppock, A. A. Aboud, H. Alzerreca, and S. Desta; Rangeland policy perspectives from Bolivia, Ethiopia, and Kenya

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Linking Ethiopian and Kenyan Pastoralists & Strengthening Cross-Border Collaboration, David Layne Coppock and Solomon Desta; Ruminations, Newsletter of the Global Livestock Collaborative Research Support Program

Jim Ellis and the South Turkana Ecosystem Project, David Layne Coppock, J. T. McCabe, M. A. Little, and M. B. Coughenour; Summer Issue of Ruminations - article of the Global Livestock Collaborative Research Support Program. University of California at Davis

The Journal of Range Management, 1991-2000: Does Subject Matter Address Emerging Rangeland Issues?, David Layne Coppock and I. Scoones; The Journal of Range Management, 1991-2000: Does subject matter address emerging rangeland issues?

Cattle Populations Dynamics in the Southern Ethiopian Rangelands, S. Desta and David Layne Coppock; Journal of Range Management

Economic Diversification of Pastoral Women's Groups in Northern Kenya, S. Desta and David Layne Coppock; Economic diversification of pastoral women’s groups in northern Kenya.

Linking Ethiopian and Kenyan Pastoralists and Strengthening Cross-Border Collaboration, S. Desta and David Layne Coppock; Spring Issue of Ruminations - article of the Global Livestock Collaborative Research Support Program

PARIMA UPDATE. article of the Pastoral Risk Management Project of the GL-CRSP, S. Desta and David Layne Coppock; Global Livestock Collaborative Research Support Program, Utah State University

Managing Risk in Pastoral Systems: Research and Outreach experiences of the PARIMA Project in Southern Ethiopia and Northern Kenya, G. Gebru, S. Desta, and David Layne Coppock; Managing risk in pastoral systems: Research and outreach experiences of the PARIMA project in southern Ethiopia and northern Kenya

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Quantifying Potential Urban Landscape Water Conservation through Billing Data Analysis in Layton, Utah, Roger Kjelgren, Fayek A. Farag, Christopher Neale, Joanna Endter-Wada, and Judith Kurtzman; Proceedings, AWWA Water Sources Conference: Reuse, Resources, Conservation

Quantifying Potential Urban Landscape Water Conservation through Billing Data Analysis in Layton, Utah, Roger Kjelgren, Fayek A. Farag, Christopher Neale, Joanna Endter-Wada, and Judith Kurtzman; Proceedings, American Water Works Association Sources Conference: Reuse, Resources, Conservation

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Utah’s Rural Communities: Planning for the Future, Judith Kurtzman, Joanna Endter-Wada, and Dale Blahna

Using Forest Health Monitoring to Assess Aspen Forest Cover Change in the Southern Rockies Ecoregion, Paul C. Rogers; Forest Ecology and Management

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Creativity vs. Sensuality, Charles Romesburg; Inner Self

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The Life of the Creative Spirit, Charles Romesburg

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What is Wilderness For?, Charles Romesburg; The Highlands Voice

Ideas for small business owners, Robert H. Schmidt; Wildlife Control Technology

Opening remarks – Twentieth Vertebrate Pest Conference, Robert H. Schmidt; Proceedings of the Vertebrate Pest Conference

Playing with fire: trust and the credibility of the profession, Robert H. Schmidt; Proceedings of the Vertebrate Pest Conference

Understanding the needs of student employees, Robert H. Schmidt; Wildlife Control Technology

Welcome to our world, Robert H. Schmidt; Wildlife Control Technology

Wildlife students as employees: a natural partnership, Robert H. Schmidt; Wildlife Control Technology

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Social Acceptability of Forest Conditions and Management Practices: A Problem Analysis, B. Shindler, Mark W. Brunson, and G. H. Stankey

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Wolves in Utah: An analysis of potential impacts and recommendations for management, T. Adam Switalski, Trey Simmons, Shiree L. Duncan, Andreas S. Chavez, and Robert H. Schmidt

Wolves in Utah: an analysis of potential impacts and recommendations for management, T. A. Switalski, T. Simmons, S. L. Duncan, A. S. Chavez, and Robert H. Schmidt; Natural Resources and Environmental Issues

Utah stakeholdersʼ attitudes toward selected predator management issues, T. L. Teel, R. S. Krannich, and Robert H. Schmidt; The Wildlife Society Bulletin

Alternative Futures for Utah's Wasatch Front, Richard E. Toth, T. C. Edwards, R. J. Lilieholm, D. Bell, and E. Buteau; Alternative Futures for Utah's Wasatch Front

Should graduate education count more toward The Wildlife Society certification?, B. C. West, T. A. Messmer, J. Caudell, and Robert H. Schmidt; The Wildlife Society Bulletin

2001

Report of the AVMA panel on euthanasia, B. V. Beaver, W. Reed, S. Leary, B. McKiernan, F. Bain, R. Schultz, B. T. Bennett, P. Pascoe, E. Shull, L. C. Cork, R. Francis-Floyd, K. D. Amass, R. Johnson, Robert H. Schmidt, W. Underwood, G. W. Thornton, and B. Kohn; Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association

Intensified Alpaca Production Leads to Privatization of Key Grazing Resources in Bolivia, L. P. Buttolph and David Layne Coppock; Rangelands

Monitoring stakeholders for wildlife damage management, W. H. Clay and Robert H. Schmidt; Human Dimensions of Wildlife Management in North America

Improving Pastoral Risk Management on East African Rangelands, David Layne Coppock; Pages 91-115 in 2000 Annual report for the Global Livestock Collaborative Research Support Program (GL-CRSP)

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Risk mapping for northern Kenya and southern Ethiopia, David Layne Coppock; Global Livestock Collaborative Research Support Program

Second Biennial Research and Outreach Workshop for Kenya and Ethiopia- Improving Pastoral Risk Management on East African Rangelands. Summary of Proceedings, David Layne Coppock; Second Biennial Research and Outreach workshop for Kenya and Ethiopia – Improving Pastoral Risk Management on East African Rangelands

The Case of San Jose Llanga: A Synthesis of Research., David Layne Coppock; Pages 10-14 in the Winter Issue of Ruminations - article of the Global Livestock Collaborative Research Support Program

The Grazing Livestock of San Jose Llanga: Multiple-Species Resource Use and Management and Productivity of Sheep, David Layne Coppock, I. M. Ortega, J. Yazman, J. S. de Queiroz, and H. Alzerreca; Sustaining Agropastoralism on the Bolivian Altiplano: The Case of San José Llanga

Agropastoralism Sostenible en el Altiplano Boliviano: El Case de San Jose Llanga. Version Condesada en Espanol, David Layne Coppock and C. Valdivia; Department of Rangeland Resources, Utah State University, Logan, Utah

Project Objectives and Research Approach, David Layne Coppock and C. Valdivia; Sustaining Agropastoralism on the Bolivian Altiplano: The Case of San José Llanga

Sustaining Agropastoralism on the Bolivian Altiplano: The Case of San Jose Llanga, David Layne Coppock and C. Valdivia; Department of Rangeland Resources, Utah State University, Logan, Utah

Conclusions and Recommendations, David Layne Coppock, C. Valdivia, J. Yazman, C. Jette, J. S. de Queiroz, L. Markowitz, and I. M. Ortega; Sustaining Agropastoralism on the Bolivian Altiplano: The Case of San José Llanga

Feral and free-ranging domestic cats: position statement of The Wildlife Society, S. Craven, M. Conner, R. Jurek, W. Minser, D. Rollins Rollins, Robert H. Schmidt, and E. Thompson; The Wildlifer

Ecology and Natural Resources of San Jose Llanga., J. S. de Queiroz and David Layne Coppock; Sustaining Agropastoralism on the Bolivian Altiplano: The Case of San José Llanga

Nuisance wildlife control practices, policies and procedures in the United States. Wildlife, Land and People: Priorities for the 21st Century,, John Hadidian, Michele R. Childs, Robert H. Schmidt, Laura J. Simon, and Ann Church; Proceedings of the Second International Wildlife Management Congress

National, Regional, and Local Context, C. Jette, H. Alzerreca, and David Layne Coppock; Sustaining Agropastoralism on the Bolivian Altiplano: The Case of San José Langa.

Wyoming Forest Health Report: A Baseline Assessment, 1995-1998, L. Koch, Paul C. Rogers, M. Frank, L. Spiegel, and D. Atkins

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Naturalness and Wildness: the Dilemma and Irony of Ecosystem Restoration in Wilderness, P. Landres, Mark W. Brunson, and L. Merigliano; Wild Earth

When Deserts Flood: Risk Management and Climatic Processes Among East African Pastoralists, P. Little, H. Mahmoud, and David Layne Coppock; Climate Research

Avoiding Disaster: Diversification and Risk Management Among East African Herders, P. Little, K. Smith, B. Cellarius, David Layne Coppock, and C. B. Barrett; Development and Change

Drowning can no longer be considered euthanasia: reply to Bluett, J. W. Ludders, Robert H. Schmidt, F. J. Dein, and P. N. Klein; The Wildlife Society Bulletin

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Future Social Changes and the Rangeland Manager, M. P. McClaran, Mark W. Brunson, and L. Huntsinger; Rangelands

Impacts of Cross-Border Livestock Mobility on Conflict Over Natural Resources and Spread of Livestock Disease: A Case Study from South Ethiopia and North Kenya, S. Mesele, A. Kagunyu, G. Gebru, S. Desta, M. Shibia, David Layne Coppock, L. Belay, A. Tilahun, and M. Okoti; Impacts of cross-border livestock mobility on conflict over natural resources and spread of livestock diseases: A case study from south Ethiopia and north Kenya. Volunteer abstract

Economics and Demographics Constrain Investment in Utah Private Grazing Lands, R. S. Peterson and David Layne Coppock; Journal of Range Management

Forest Health Monitoring in the Interior West: A Baseline Summary of Forest Issues, 1996-1999, Paul C. Rogers, D. Atkins, M. Frank, and D. Parker

Can Utah Public Land Ranchers Replace Public Land Grazing by Intensifying Production on Private Land?, L. Sainsbury, D. Snyder, and David Layne Coppock; Can Utah public land ranchers replace public land grazing by intensifying production on private land?

A role as a wildlife advocate, Robert H. Schmidt; Wildlife Control Technology

Messages from the 2001 meeting of The Wildlife Society, Robert H. Schmidt; Wildlife Control Technology

New education center will teach us manners, Robert H. Schmidt; Honolulu Advertiser

Recognizing those positive achievements, Robert H. Schmidt; Wildlife Control Technology

Report of the AVMA Panel on Euthanasia, Robert H. Schmidt; Wildlife Control Technology

Selecting the right company to solve your wildlife-related problem, Robert H. Schmidt; Wildlife Control Technology

The common sense test for developing policy, Robert H. Schmidt; Wildlife Control Technology

The wolves are coming to Utah; we must plan how to get along, Robert H. Schmidt; Salt Lake Tribune

2000

Managing Naturalness as a Continuum: The Limits of Acceptable Change Approach, Mark W. Brunson; Restoring Nature.

Observing vs. Doing: A Researcher Looks at Collaboration, Mark W. Brunson; Chronicle of Community

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Visitor Experiences and Resource Protection at Antelope Island State Park, Mark W. Brunson and T. Christensen

Improving Pastoral Risk Management on East African Rangelands, David Layne Coppock; Pages 95-113 in 1999 Annual report for the Global Livestock Collaborative Research Support Program (GL-CRSP)

Improving Pastoral Risk Management on East African Rangelands, David Layne Coppock; Proceedings of the Year 2000 International Conference of the Global Livestock Collaborative Research Support Program (GL-CRSP)

Improving Pastoral Risk Management on East African Rangelands, David Layne Coppock; Proceedings of the Year 2000 International Conference of the Global Livestock Collaborative Research Support Program (GL-CRSP

Improving Pastoral Risk Management on East African Rangelands- Third Project Planning Workshop (GL/CRSP), David Layne Coppock; Improving pastoral risk management on East African rangelands – third project planning workshop (GL-CRSP)

Improving Pastoral Risk Management on East African Rangelands- Year 2 Progress report for the GL-CRSP, David Layne Coppock; Improving pastoral risk management on East African rangelands - year 2 progress report for the GL-CRSP

Spatial Analysis Perspectives for the Pastoral Risk Management Project, David Layne Coppock and P. Box; Spatial analysis perspectives for the pastoral risk management project

Improving Pastoral Risk Management on East African Rangelands- A Review of Project Activities, David Layne Coppock and S. Desta; Improving pastoral risk management on East African rangelands – A review of project activities

Sustaining Agropastoralism on the Bolivian Altiplano: The Case of San Jose Llanga, David Layne Coppock and C. Valdivia; Sustaining agropastoralism on the Bolivian altiplano: The case of San José Llanga

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Meanings and Implications of Acceptability Judgments for Wilderness Use Impacts, A. F. Hoss and Mark W. Brunson; Wilderness Science in a Time of Change Conference — Volume 4: Wilderness Visitors, Experiences, and Visitor Management.

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Naturalness and Wildness: The Dilemma and Irony of Managing Wilderness, P. B. Landres, Mark W. Brunson, L. Merigliano, C. Sydoriak, and S. Morton; Wilderness Science in a Time of Change Conference — Volume 5: Wilderness Ecosystems, Threats, and Management.