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1993

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

Martens Key in on Prey Beneath the Snow, John A. Bissonette and S. S. Sherburne; U.S. Forestry and Wildlife Service Research Information Bulletin

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

Subnivean Access: The Prey Connection, John A. Bissonette and S. S. Sherburne; Proceedings of the XXI IUGB Congress, International Union of Game Biologists, Halifax, N.S.

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

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

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

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Foliage Orientation and Carbon Gain in Two Tussock Grasses as Assessed with a New Whole-Plant Gas-Exchange Model, Ronald J. Ryel, W. Beyschlag, and M. M. Caldwell; Functional Ecology

Quantity, Quality and the Effectiveness of Seed Dispersal by Animals, Eugene W. Schupp; Vegetatio

Seed Size, Light Environment and Seedling Vigor of a Tropical Tree, Eugene W. Schupp; Seed Size, Light Environment and Seedling Vigor of a Tropical Tree

Seed Size, Light Environment and Seedling Vigor of a Tropical Tree, Eugene W. Schupp; Seed Size, Light Environment and Seedling Vigor of a Tropical Tree

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

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

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“Natural” or “Healthy” Ecosystems: Are U.S. National Parks Providing Them?, Frederic H. Wagner and Charles E. Kay; Humans as Components of Ecosystem: Human Effects and the Ecology of Populated Areas

1992

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Stomatal Patchiness in Mediterranean Evergreen Sclerophylls. Phenomenology and Consequences for the Interpretation of the Midday Depression in Photosynthesis and Transpiration, Wolfram Beyschlag, Hardy Pfanz, and Ronald J. Ryel; Planta

Experimental and Modeling Studies of Competition for Light in Roadside Grasses, W. Beyschlag, Ronald J. Ryel, and I. Ullmann; Botanica Acta

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

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

Applications of Population Biology: Can We Do It Better?, Eugene W. Schupp; Ecology

Seed-Seedling Conflicts, Habitat Choice and Patterns of Plant Recruitment, Eugene W. Schupp; Seed-Seedling Conflicts, Habitat Choice and Patterns of Plant Recruitment

The Janzen-Connell Model for Tropical Tree Diversity: Population Implications and the Importance of Spatial Scale, Eugene W. Schupp; American Naturalist

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

A Review of Desert Bighorn Sheep in the San Andres Mountains, New Mexico, R. D. Sparrowe, John A. Bissonette, W. M. Boyce, K. L. Risenhoover, and P. R. Krausman; Wildlife Management Institute Review Team Report for New Mexico Game & Fish and U.S. Forestry and Wildlife Service

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

American Marten: A Case For Landscape Management, John A. Bissonette, R. J. Fredrickson, and B. J. Tucker; Wildlife and Habitats in Managed Landscapes

Annotated Bibliography for the Spotted Frog (Rana pretiosa), John A. Bissonette and B. C. Larsen; Utah Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit

Translocation Guidelines for the Spotted Frog Rana pretiosa, John A. Bissonette and B. C. Larsen; Report Prepared for the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources and the United States Forestry and Wildlife Service

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 Contemporary Animal Rights Movement: A Mail Survey of Activists, R. T. Richards, R. S. Krannich, and John A. Bissonette; Utah Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit

Quantity, Quality and the Effectiveness of Seed Dispersal by Animals, Eugene W. Schupp; Quantity, Quality and the Effectiveness of Seed Dispersal by Animals

Phylogeny, Lifeform, and Habitat-Dependence of Ant-Defended Plants in a Panamanian Forest, Eugene W. Schupp and D. H. Feener; Ant-Plant Interactions

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

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Photosynthesis by inflated pods of a desert shrub, Isomeris arborea, Leila M. Shultz; Oecologia

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Nutrient Cycling in Soils of Semiarid and Arid Regions, Neil E. West; Semiarid Lands and Deserts: Soil Resource and Reclamation

1990

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Plant Competition for Light Analyzed with a Multispecies Canopy Model. III. Influence of Canopy Structure in Mixtures and Monocultures of Wheat and Wild Oat, P. W. Barnes, W. Beyschlag, Ronald J. Ryel, S. D. Flint, and M. M. Caldwell; Oecologia

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Plant Competition for Light Analyzed with a Multispecies Canopy Model. II. Influence of Photosynthetic Characteristics in Mixtures of Wheat and Wild Oat, W. Beyschlag, P. W. Barnes, Ronald J. Ryel, M. M. Caldwell, and S. D. Flint; Oecologia

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

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Relative vulnerability of coyotes to some capture procedures, Frederick Knowlton and Lamar A. Windberg; Wildlife Society Bulletin

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Plant Competition for Light Analyzed with a Multispecies Canopy Model. I. Model Development and Influence of Enhanced UV-B Conditions on Photosynthesis in Mixed Wheat and Wild Oat Canopies, Ronald J. Ryel, P. W. Barnes, W. Beyschlag, M. M. Caldwell, and S. D. Flint; Oecologia

Annual Variation in Seedfall, Post-Dispersal Predation and Recruitment of a Neotropical Tree, Eugene W. Schupp; Ecology

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Effects of Leaf Resin on Stomatal Behaviour and Gas Exchange of Larrea tridentata, Leila M. Shultz, F. C. Meinzer, C. S. Wisdom, A. Gonzalez-Coloma, and P. W. Rundel; Functional Ecology

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

American Marten: A Case for Landscape Management, John A. Bissonette, R. J. Fredrickson, and B. J. Tucker; Transactions of the 54th North American Wildlife and Natural Resources Conference

Spatial Relationships Between Coyotes and Red Foxes in Eastern Maine, D. J. Harrison, John A. Bissonette, and J. A. Sherburne; Journal of Wildlife Management

Phylogeny, Lifeform, and Habitat-Dependence of Ant-Defended Plants in a Panamanian Forest, Eugene W. Schupp and D. H. Feener; Phylogeny, Lifeform, and Habitat-Dependence of an Defended Plants in a Panamanian Forest

Differential Predation of Welfia georgii Seeds in Treefall Gaps and the Forest Understory, Eugene W. Schupp and E. J. Frost; Biotropica

Arrival and Survival in Tropical Treefall Gaps, Eugene W. Schupp, H. F. Howe, C. K. Augspurger, and D. J. Levey; Ecology

Common Loons, Gavia immer, Nesting in Dead Water Streams, P. I.V. Strong and John A. Bissonette; Canadian Field-Naturalist

Feeding and Chick Rearing Areas of Common Loons, P. I.V. Strong and John A. Bissonette; Journal of Wildlife Management

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American Wildlife Management at the Crossroads, Frederic H. Wagner; Wildlife Society Bulletin

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Grazers, Past and Present, Frederic H. Wagner; Tasks for vegetation science

1988

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Book Review: Forest Tree Diseases of the Prairie Provinces by Y. Hiratsuka (1987), Fred A. Baker

Peer Review: Some Suggestions From Other Disciplines, John A. Bissonette; Wildlife Society Bulletin

The Effects of Forest Harvesting on Marten and Small Mammals in Western Newfoundland, John A. Bissonette, R. J. Fredrickson, and B. J. Tucker; Report Prepared for the Newfoundland and Labrador Wildlife Division and Corner Brook Pulp and Paper Ltd.

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Effect of Drying Method on the Nutritive Composition of Esophageal Fistula Forage Samples: Influence of Maturity, Elizabeth A. Burritt, J. A. Pfister, and J. C. Malechek; Journal of Range Management

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Habitat structure, forest composition and landscape dimensions as components of habitat suitability for the Delmarva fox squirrel, Ray D. Dueser, James L. Dooley Jr., and Gary J. Taylor; Management of amphibians, reptiles, and small mammals in North America: Proceedings of the symposium

Influence of Snow Depth on Prey Availability and Habitat Use by Red Fox, M. Halpin and John A. Bissonette; Canadian Journal of Zoology

Factors Affecting Postdispersal Seed Survival in a Tropical Forest, Eugene W. Schupp; Oecologia

Seed and Early Seedling Predation in the Forest Understory and in Treefall Gaps, Eugene W. Schupp; Oikos

Ecological Implications of Living in Desert Riparian Habitats: Beaver, P. I.V. Strong and John A. Bissonette; The Second Symposium on Resources of the Chihuahuan Desert Region: U.S. and Mexico, Number 17 Chihuahuan Desert Research Institute, Alpine, TX

Territorial Activity of Common Loons on Multiple Pair Lakes, P. I.V. Strong and John A. Bissonette; Papers From the 1987 Conference on Common Loon Research and Management, North American Loon Fund Miscellaneous Publications, Meredith, NH

Deer Mouse, Peromyscus maniculatus, In Insular Newfoundland, B. J. Tucker, John A. Bissonette, and J. F. Brazil; Canadian Field-Naturalist

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Plant Synecology in the Service of Rangeland Management, Neil E. West; Vegetation science applications for rangeland analysis and management Handbook of vegetation science Volume 14, 1988, pp 11-27

1987

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

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Changes in Concentrations of Tannins, Total Phenolics, Crude Protein, and in vitro Digestibility of Browse Due to Mastication and Insalivation by Cattle, Elizabeth A. Burritt, J. C. Malechek, and F. D. Provenza; Journal of Range Management

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Variation in coyote diets associated with season and successional changes in vegetation, Frederick Knowlton, William F. Andelt, John G. Kie, and Kean Cardwell; Journal of Wildlife Management

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Retention of Physiological Marks by Coyotes Ingesting Baits Containing Iophenoxic Acid, Mirex, and Rhodamine B, Frederick Knowlton, Peter J. Savarie, Craig E. Wahlgren, and David J. Hayes; Special Technical Publication 974

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Flora of the Orange Cliffs of Utah, Leila M. Shultz; The Great Basin Naturalist

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Development and longevity of ephemeral and perennial leaves on Artemisia tridentata Nutt. ssp. wyomingensis, Leila M. Shultz and Richard F. Miller; Western North American Naturalist

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Water Relations and Leaf Morphology of Juniperus occidentalis in the Northern Great Basin, Leila M. Shultz and Richard F. Miller; Forest Science

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Flora of Western Utah—Early Cenozoic to the Present, Leila M. Shultz and John S. Shultz; Cenozoic Geology of Western Utah: Sites for Precious Metal and Hydrocarbon Accumulations,

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Flora of Western Utah—Early Cenozoic to the Present, Leila M. Shultz and John S. Shultz; Cenozoic Geology of Western Utah: Sites for Precious Metal and Hydrocarbon Accumulations,

Marten Use of Clearcuts and Residual Stands in Western Newfoundland, J. E. Snyder and John A. Bissonette; Canadian Journal of Zoology

Activity Patterns of Common Loons in Maine, P. I.V. Strong and John A. Bissonette; Cornell University Lab of Ornithology, Ithaca NY

Effects of Nest Site Loss on Common Loons, P. I.V. Strong and John A. Bissonette; Canadian Field-Naturalist

Reuse of Nesting and Nursery Areas by Common Loons, P. I.V. Strong, John A. Bissonette, and J. S. Fair; Journal of Wildlife Management

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Sagebrush (Artemisia tridentata) monoterpenoid concentrations as factors in diet selection by free-grazing sheep, Wilson Kimuti A. Yabann, Elizabeth A. Burritt, and John C. Malechek; Symposium on Plant-Herbivore Interactions

1986

The Peccaries, John A. Bissonette; Journal of Mammalogy

Drift of Larval Fishes in the Upper Colorado River, J. G. Carter, V. A. Lamarra, and Ronald J. Ryel; Journal of Freshwater Ecology

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The Dynamic Landscape Approach to Habitat Management, Ray D. Dueser, H H. Shugart Jr., and E F. Connor; Wilderness and Natural Areas in the Eastern United States: A Management Challenge

The History of Occurrence of Red Fox in Maine: Presettlement to 1984, M. Halpin and John A. Bissonette; University of Maine Agricultural Experiment Station, Orono

Bobcat Habitat Use and Home Range Size in Relation to Prey Density, J. A. Litvaitis, J. A. Sherburne, and John A. Bissonette; Journal of Wildlife Management

Azteca Protection of Cecropia: Benefits to Juvenile Trees, Eugene W. Schupp; Oecologia

A Case of Brood Mixing by Common Loons, P. I.V. Strong, John A. Bissonette, and R. Souza; Wilson Bulletin

1985

Life History Characteristics and Their Relationship to Peccary Population Density, John A. Bissonette; Proceedings of the Peccary Workshop, Arizona Chapter of the Wildlife Society and Arizona Game and Fish Department

Life History Characteristics and Their Relationship to Peccary Population Density, John A. Bissonette; Peccary Workshop, University of Arizona, Tucson AZ

Peccary Social Behavior: Key to Density Determinations, John A. Bissonette; Utah State University, Logan UT

Big Bend National Park Biosphere Reserve: A History of Scientific Study, John A. Bissonette and J. W. Ault III; Maine Cooperative Wildlife Research Unit Publication

Big Bend National Park Biosphere Reserve: A History of Scientific Study, John A. Bissonette and J. W. Ault III; U.S. Man and Biosphere Report

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Comparison of laboratory methods for the prediction of in vitro dry matter digestibility in three maturing grasses, Elizabeth A. Burritt, Alan S. Bittner, Joseph C. Street, and Melvin J. Anderson; Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry