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2002

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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

Dean's Corner, Christopher Monz; Common Voice

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

Wildland recreation and human waste: A review of problems, practices and concerns, A. Cilimburg, Christopher Monz, and S. K. Kehoe; Environmental Management

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; 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- 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.

Pastoral Risk and Wealth Differentiated Herd Accumulation Patterns in Southern Ethiopia., T. Lybbert, C. Barrett, S. Desta, and David Layne Coppock; American Journal of Agricultural Economics

Recreation resource and monitoring techniques: Examples from the Rocky Mountains, USA, Christopher Monz; Tourism and Development in Mountain Regions

The consequences of trampling disturbance in two vegetation types at the Wyoming Nature Conservancy’s Sweetwater River Project Area, Christopher Monz, T. Pokorny, J. Freilich, S. Kehoe, and D. Ayers-Baumeister; Wilderness science in a time of change conference– Volume 5

Wilderness party size regulations: Implications for management and a decision‐making framework., Christopher Monz, J. Roggenbuck, D. N. Cole, R. Brame, and A. Yoder; Wilderness science in a time of change conference

Are we losing credibility? Lessons from the media, Robert H. Schmidt; Wildlife Control Technology

A standard for professional dialogue, Robert H. Schmidt; Wildlife Control Technology

Closing remarks: nineteenth Vertebrate Pest Conference, Robert H. Schmidt; Proceedings of the Vertebrate Pest Conference

What can people understand?, Robert H. Schmidt; Wildlife Control Technology

Wildlife damage management in popular culture, Robert H. Schmidt; Wildlife Control Technology

Dynamics in Utah stakeholdersʼ representation, interest in wildlife, and evaluation of wildlife-related experiences, 1986-1998, T. L. Teel, R. S. Krannich, and Robert H. Schmidt; Human Dimensions of Wildlife

Recreational kayak visitor use, distribution, and economic value in Prince William Sound, Alaska USA, P. Twardock and Christopher Monz; Wilderness science in a time of change conference

1999

Trapping furbearers: an overview of the biological and social issues surrounding a public policy controversy, W. F. Andelt, R. L. Phillips, Robert H. Schmidt, and R. Bruce Gill; The Wildlife Society Bulletin

Health of Idaho’s Forests: A Summary of Conditions, Issues and Implications, D. Atkins, J. Byler, L. Livingston, Paul C. Rogers, and B. Bennett

A Sociopolitical Model of Factors Enhancing Rangeland Collaboration, Mark W. Brunson; People and Rangelands: Proceedings of the 6th International Rangeland Congress

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Attitudes, and Beliefs about the Great Salt Lake Among Davis County Residents, Mark W. Brunson and B. Nicholson

Converting Tree Diameter at Root Collar (DRC) to Diameter at Breast Height (DBH), D. Chojnacky and Paul C. Rogers; Western Journal of Applied Forestry

Biennial Research and Outreach Workshop in Addis Ababa, David Layne Coppock; Pages 5, 11-12 in the Fall Issue of Ruminations - article of the Global Livestock Collaborative Research Program

Improving Pastoral Risk Management on East African Rangelands, David Layne Coppock; Pages 71-97 in 1998 Annual report for the Global Livestock Collaborative Research Support Program (GL-CRSP)

Improving Pastoral Risk Management on East African Rangelands- First Biennial Research and Outreach Workshop (SR/GL-CRSP), David Layne Coppock; Improving pastoral risk management on East African rangelands - first biennial research and outreach workshop (SR/GL-CRSP). Held 27-29 July at Addis Ababa, Ethiopia

Intensification in a Risky Environment: The Case of Improving Private Grazing Land for Livestock Production in Utah, David Layne Coppock; Intensification in a risky environment: The case of improving private grazing land for livestock production in Utah

Use of Livestock and Range Management Practices in Utah, David Layne Coppock and A. H. Birkenfeld; Journal of Range Management

Is Supplementation Justified to Compensate Pastoral Calves for Milk Restriction?, David Layne Coppock and S. Sovani; Journal of Range Management

Opportunities for Asset Diversification in a Livestock System: The Case of Pastoral Boran of Southern Ethiopia, S. Desta, David Layne Coppock, and C. B. Barrett; Proceedings of the VIth International Rangeland Congress, volume 1

Estimating the Spatial Probability of Future Land Development in California's Mojave Desert, M. Gonzales, R. J. Lilieholm, T. C. Edwards, Richard E. Toth, L. Hunter, and M. Stevenson; Estimating the Spatial Probability of Future Land Development in California's Mojave Desert

A Review of Change in Rangeland Vegetation and Livestock Populations for Northern Kenya and Southern Ethiopia, M. J. Jacobs and David Layne Coppock; GL-CRSP Pastoral Risk Management Project Technical report No. 05/99. Utah State University, Logan

Drowning is not euthanasia, J. W. Ludders, Robert H. Schmidt, F. J. Dean, and P. N. Klein; The Wildlife Society Bulletin

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U.S. Public Attitudes Regarding Predators and Their Management to Enhance Avian Recruitment, T. A. Messmer, Mark W. Brunson, D. K. Reiter, and D. G. Hewitt; Wildlife Society Bulletin

NOLS Research Program 1999 Progress Report, Christopher Monz

FHM Lichen Community Results from Wyoming, 1997: A Preliminary Summary, P. Neitlich, L. Hasselback, S. Szewczak, and Paul C. Rogers

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Public Attitudes Toward Wildlife Damage Management and Policy, D. K. Reiter, Mark W. Brunson, and R. H. Schmidt; Wildlife Society Bulletin

Public attitudes toward wildlife damage management and policy, D. K. Reiter, M. W. Brunson, and Robert H. Schmidt; The Wildlife Society Bulletin

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Comment, D. Rochleau and Claudia Anne Radel; Current Anthropology

A new dawn for NWCOs, Robert H. Schmidt; Wildlife Control Technology

Chemical immobilization: opportunities, limitations, challenges, Robert H. Schmidt; Wildlife Control Technology

How should we manage pain?, Robert H. Schmidt; Wildlife Control Technology

Maintain the connection!, Robert H. Schmidt; The Probe

Managing personal and professional headaches, Robert H. Schmidt; Wildlife Control Technology

Paper must be accountable, Robert H. Schmidt; The Honolulu Advertiser