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Comparative ecological behavior of western hemlock in the Washington Cascades, D. R.M. Scott, James N. Long, and J. Kotar; Inst. Of Forest Products
Sphaeromeria, a genus closer to Artemisia than to Tanacetum (Asteraceae: Anthemideae), Leila M. Shultz, Arthur H. Holmgren, and Timothy K. Lowrey; Brittonia
Primary Shoot Production of Blue Grama Grassland in South-Central New Mexico under Two Soil Nitrogen Levels, Roger E. Banner, Rex D. Pieper, and Don D. Dwyer; The Southwestern Naturalist
A Population Model For Exploited Species, John A. Bissonette; Arizona State University, Tempe AZ
Relationship of Behavior and Ecology in Collared Peccaries, John A. Bissonette; University of California, Berkeley
The Michigan Approach to Wildlife Ecology, John A. Bissonette; University of California, Berkeley
Determining the Relative Abundance of Coyotes by Scent Station Lines, Frederick Knowlton and Samuel B. Linhart; Wildlife Society Bulletin
Aboveground biomass of understorey and overstorey in an age sequence of four Douglas-fir stands, James N. Long and J. Turner; J. Appl. Ecol.
Accumulation of organic matter in a series of Douglas-fir stands, J. Turner and James N. Long; Can. J. For. Res.
Management implications of herbage weight changes on native rangeland, Roger E. Banner, Rex D. Pieper, Carlton H. Herbel, and Don D. Dwyer; Journal of Soil and Water Conservation
The Status of Biological Research in Big Bend National Park, Texas, With Special Reference to Mammals, John A. Bissonette; Symposium on the biological Resources of the Chihuahuan Desert Region, U.S. and Mexico, Sul Ross State University, Alpine TX
Demographic Analysis of a Northern Utah Jackrabbit Population, Frederic H. Wagner, Jack E. Gross, and L. Charles Stoddart; Wildlife Monographs
Innocent Killers, Hugo and Jane van Lawick-Goodall, John A. Bissonette; Journal of Wildlife Management
Influence of Coyote Predation on Black-Tailed Jackrabbit Populations in Utah, Frederic H. Wagner and L. Charles Stoddart; The Journal of Wildlife Management
Tree Patterns in Central Oregon Pnderosa Pine Forests, Neil E. West; American Midland Naturalist
Ecotypic Variation of Eurotia Lanata Populations in Utah, Neil E. West and John P. Workman; Botanical Gazette
Soil-Vegetation Relationships in the Shadscale Zone of Southeastern Utah, Neil E. West; Ecology
Senecio Sylvaticus in Relation to Douglas-Fir Clear-Cut Succession in the Oregon Coast Range, Neil E. West and William W. Chilcote; Ecology
Determining age of coyotes by tooth cementum layers, Frederick Knowlton and Samuel B. Linhart; Journal of Wildlife Management
Germination of Eurotia Lanata in Relation to Temperature and Salinity, Neil West; Ecology
Matrix Cluster Analysis of Montane Forest Vegetation of the Oregon Cascades, Neil E. West; Ecology
Soil Physical Properties in Relation to Plant Community Patterns in the Shadscale Zone of Northwestern Utah, Neil E. West, John E. Mitchel, and Raymond W. Miller; Ecology
Germination Requirements of Scarlet Globemallow, Neil E. West, R J. Page, and D L. Goodwin; Journal of Range Management
Placental Ingestion and Possible Parturient Mortality in Wild White-Tailed Deer, Frederick Knowlton and Edwin D. Michael; Journal of Mammalogy
Population ecology and management of Wisconsin pheasants, Frederic H. Wagner, Carroll D. Besadny, Cyril Kabat, and Ruth L. Hine; Technical bulletin number 34, Wisconsin Dept. of Natural Resources, Game Management Division, Wisconsin Conservation Department,
Marking Technique for Field Recognition of Individual turkeys and Deer, Frederick Knowlton, Edwin D. Michael, and W. C. Glazener; Journal of Wildlife Management
Food Habits, Movements and Populations of Moose in the Gravelly Mountains, Montana, Frederick Knowlton; Journal of Wildlife Management
Sexing Mature Columbiformes by Cloacal Characters, Frederic H. Wagner and Wilmer J. Miller; The Auk
Root Growth of Black Walnut Trees Related to Soil Temperature, Soil Water Potential, and Leaf Water Potential, Michael R. Kuhns, H. H. Garrett, R. O. Teskey, and T. M. Hinckley; Forest Sci.
GIS and Remote Sensing Analysis For the Large Herbivore Initiative, V. Radeloff, W. Schroeder, and John A. Bissonette; Poland