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2008

Global Change at Local Scales: Examples From Species Introductions and Climate Change, Karen H. Beard; Global Change at Local Scales: Examples From Species Introductions and Climate Change

Global Change at the Local Scale: Examples From Plant and Animal Invasions and Climate Change, Karen H. Beard; Global Change at the Local Scale: Examples From Plant and Animal Invasions and Climate Change

Opening Remarks- Introduction to Research on the Role of Amphibians in Ecosystem Processes, Karen H. Beard; Opening Remarks- Introduction to Research on the Role of Amphibians in Ecosystems Processes

Population Density, Growth Rates, and Diets of Eleutherodactylus coqui at Eight Sites in Hawaii, Karen H. Beard; Population Density, Growth Rates, and Diets of Eleutherodactylus coqui at Eight Sites in Hawaii

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Population Density Estimates and Growth Rates of Eleutherodactylus coqui in Hawaii, Karen H. Beard, R. Al-Chokhacky, N. C. Tuttle, and E. M. O'Neill; Journal of Herpetology

Wildlife and Energy Development: Pronghorn of the Upper Green River Basin - Year 3 Summary, J. P. Beckmann, K. M. Berger, Julie K. Young, and J. Berger; Wildlife Conservation Society Society, Bronx, NY

Migration Bottlenecks, Climate, and the Conservation of Pleistocene Relicts in Central Asia, J. Berger, K. Murray Berger, S. Bergen, B. Bayarbaatar, A. Fine, B. Lkhagvasuren, Julie K. Young, and P. Zahler; The Open Conservation Biology Journal

Protecting Migration Corridors: Challenges and Optimism for Mongolian Saiga, J. Berger, Julie K. Young, and K. Berger; PLoS Biology

Predicting the Invasion Potential of a Puerto Rican Frog in Hawaii Using MODIS Satellite Imagery, S. A. Bisrat, M. A. White, Karen H. Beard, and D. R. Cutler; Predicting the Invasion Potential of a Puerto Rican Frog in Hawaii Using MODIS Satellite Imagery

Habitat Fragmentation and Landscape Change: An Ecological and Conservation Synthesis, John A. Bissonette; Ecological Restoration

Restoring Landscape Permeability to the Roaded Landscape: Finding the Distance, John A. Bissonette; Idaho State University

Resoring Habitat Permeability to Roaded Landscapes With Isometrically-Scaled Wildlife Crossings, John A. Bissonette and W. A. Adair; Biological Conservation

Evaluation of the Use and Effectiveness of Wildlife Crossings, John A. Bissonette and P. C. Cramer; National Cooperative Highway Research Program, Transportation Research Board, National Research Council, National Academy of Science

Assessment of Costs Associated With Deer-Vehicle Collisions: Human Death and Injury, Vehicle Damage, and Deer Loss, John A. Bissonette, C. Kassar, and L. J. Cook; Human Wildlife Conflicts

Increased Abundance of Native and Non-Native Spiders With Habitat Fragmentation, D. T. Bolger, Karen H. Beard, A. Suarez, and T. Case; Diversity and Distributions

Bluebunch Wheatgrass Competition with Invasive Weeds, J. S. Burnham and Eugene W. Schupp; Bluebunch Wheatgrass Competition with Invasive Weeds

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Three Deeply Divided Lineages of the Freshwater Mussel Genus Anodonta in Western North America, Jer Pin Chong, Jayne C. Brim Box, Jeanette K. Howard, David Wolf, Terry L. Myers, and Karen E. Mock; Conservation Genetics

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Morphological and Genetic Structuring in the Utah Lake Sucker Complex, D. D. Cole, Karen E. Mock, B. L. Cardall, and T. A. Crowl; Molecular Ecology

Greater sage-grouse juvenile survival in Utah, D. K. Dahlgren, T. A. Messmer, and David N. Koons; Western Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies Columbian Sharptailed and Greater Sage-grouse Technical Committee Meeting, Mammoth Lakes, CA

Life history traits and population dynamics: How will prairie plants respond to climate change?, H. J. Dalgleish, P. B. Adler, and David N. Koons; ESA 93rd Meeting

Here's How to Plan and Manage Forest Roads for Water Quality, B. Daniels, D. McAvoy, Michael R. Kuhns, and R. Gropp; Soc. Amer. Foresters for Forestry Source

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“Pando” Lives: Molecular Genetic Evidence of a Giant Aspen Clone in Central Utah, Jennifer DeWoody, Carol A. Rowe, Valerie D. Hipkins, and Karen E. Mock; Western North American Naturalist

Effectiveness of Rodents as Local Seed Dispersers of Holm Oak, J. M. Gomez, C. Puerta-Pinero, and Eugene W. Schupp; Oecologia

Response of Carnivores to Existing Highway Culverts and Underpasses: Implications for Road Planning and Mitigation, C. Grilo, John A. Bissonette, and M. Santos-Reis; Biodiversity and Conservation

Sensitivity of Carnivores to Habitat Fragmentation From a Multi-Scale Perspective, C. Grilo, M. Cruz, John A. Bissonette, and M. Santos-Reis; The 23rd Annual Landscape Ecology Symposium, Madison Wisconsin

Spatio-Temporal Dynamics and Local Hotspots of Initial Recruitment in Vertebrate-Dispersed Trees, A. Hampe, J. L. Garcia-Castano, Eugene W. Schupp, and P. Jordano; Journal of Ecology

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Evaluating Genetic Structure Among Resident and Migratory Forms of Bull Trout (Salvelinus confluentus) in Northeast Oregon, K. Homel, Phaedra Budy, Michael E. Pfrender, T. A. Whitesel, and Karen E. Mock; Ecology of Freshwater Fish

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Distribution of Ecosystem C and N within Contrasting Vegetation Types in a Semiarid Rangeland in the Great Basin, USA, Toby D. Hooker, Urszula Norton, A. Joshua Leffler, Michael Peek, Ronald J. Ryel, and John M. Stark; Biogeochemistry

The Role of Aggressive Behavior in Territorial Disputes in California Sea Lions, D. F. Jacobs, C. J. Hernandez, Julie K. Young, and L. R. Gerber; Journal of Mammalogy

Birds of the Major Mainlnand Rivers of Southeast Alaska, J. A. Johnson, B. A. Andres, and John A. Bissonette; U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station

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Quantitative-Genetic Variation in Morphological and Physiological Traits Within a Quaking Aspen (Populus tremuloides) population, Megan K. Kanaga, Ronald J. Ryel, Karen E. Mock, and Michael E. Pfrender; Canadian Journal of Forest Research

Plant-Soil Feedbacks: A Meta-Analytical Review, A. Kiesecker, Karen H. Beard, J. M. Stevens, and S. M. Cobbold; Ecology Letters

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Long-term Patterns in Mammalian Abundance in Northern Portions of the Great Basin, Fred F. Knowlton, Rebecca A. Bartel, and L. Charles Stoddart; Journal of mammalogy

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Evaluating coyote management strategies using a spatially explicit, individual-based, socially structured population model, Fred F. Knowlton, Mary M. Conner, and Michael R. Ebinger; Ecological Modeling

Evolution of delayed reproduction in uncertain environments: a life history perspective, David N. Koons, C. J.E. Metcalf, and S. Tuljapurkar; American Naturalist

Does Topping Look Good?, Michael R. Kuhns; Proc. ISA Annual Conf., St. Louis, MO

Growing a Good Tree Root System, Michael R. Kuhns; ArborEssence, UCFC/Utah-ISA Newsletter

2008-present: USU Tree Browser Website, Michael R. Kuhns and L. Holmgren; USU Extension Forestry Website

Decoupling Plant-Growth From Land-Use Legacies in Soil Microbial Communities, A. Kulmatiski and Karen H. Beard; Soil Biology and Biochemistry

Tree and Grass Water-Use in a Changing Savannah System, A. Kulmatiski and Karen H. Beard; Tree and Grass Water-Use in a Changing Savannah System

Plant-Soil Feedbacks: A Meta-Analytical Review, A. Kulmatiski, Karen H. Beard, J. M. Stevens, and S. M. Cobbold; Plant-Soil Feedbacks: A Meta-Analytical Review

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Influence of Pocket Gopher Mounds on Nonnative Plant Establishment in a Shrubsteppe Ecosystem, G. P. Kyle, A. Kulmatiski, and Karen H. Beard; Western North American Naturalist

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Differential Snowpack Accumulation and Water Dynamics in Aspen and Conifer Communities: Implications for Water Yield and Ecosystem Function, Eric Martin LaMalfa and Ronald J. Ryel; Ecosystems

The Use of Molecular Markers in Wild Turkey Management, E. K. Latch; Karen E. Mock; and O. E. Rhodes, Jr.; Wild Turkey Management: Accomplishments, Strategies, and Opportunities

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Demography of Perennial Grassland Plants: Survival, Life Expectancy, and Lifespan, William K. Lauenroth and Peter B. Adler; Journal of Ecology

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Invasive Forb, Annual grass, and Exotic Shrub Competition with Three Sagebrush-Steppe Growth Forms: Acquisition of a Spring 15N Tracer, Eamonn D. Leonard, Thomas A. Monaco, John M. Stark, and Ronald J. Ryel; Invasive Plant Science and Management

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On Testing the Role of Niche Differences in Stabilizing Coexistence, Jonathan M. Levine, Peter B. Adler, and Janneke HilleRisLambers; Functional Ecology

Validation of a new video and telemetry system for remotely monitoring wildlife , Dan R. MacNulty, G. E. Plumb, and D. W. Smith; Journal of Wildlife Management

Size-related improvements in hunting ability as a cause of Cope‟s Rule in carnivores , Dan R. MacNulty, D. W. Smith, and L. D. Mech

Effects of Nitrogen Availability and Cheatgrass Competition on the Establishment o Vavilov Siberan Wheatgrass, M. B. Mazzola, K. G. Allcock, J. C. Chambers, R. R. Blank, Eugene W. Schupp, P. S. Doescher, and R. S. Nowak; Rangeland Ecology and Management

Using genetic analyses to infer mountain pine beetle population structure and dispersal patterns in British Columbia and Alberta., Karen E. Mock

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Microsatellite Markers for Leatherside Chubs Lepidomeda aliciae and Lepidomeda copei, Karen E. Mock, L. S. Bjerregaard, M. C. Belk, C. Rowe, and J. B. Johnson; Molecular Ecology Resources

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Clonal Dynamics in Western North American Aspen (Populus tremuloides), Karen E. Mock, C. A. Rowe, Mevin B. Hooten, J. DeWoody, and V. D. Hipkins; Molecular Ecology

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Comparison of Eddy Covariance, Chamber, and Gradient Methods of Measuring Soil CO2 Efflux in an Annual Semi-Arid Grass, Bromus tectorum, M. C. Myklebust, L. E. Hipps, and Ronald J. Ryel; Agricultural and Forest Meteorology

Patterns of Genetic Diversity and Divergence in Northern Leopard Frogs (Rana pipiens) in the Glen Canyon and Canyonlands Regions of Southern Utah and Northern Arizona, R. P. O'Donnell and Karen E. Mock

Ecology and Evolution of the Introduced Frog, the Coqui, E. M. O'Neill and Karen H. Beard; Ecology and Evolution of the Introduced Frog, the Coqui

Color Pattern Polymorphism in Eleutherodactylus coqui: Evidence of Selection in Puerto Rico and Founder Effects in Hawaii, E. M. O'Neill, Karen H. Beard, M. E. Pfrender, and Karen E. Mock; Color Pattern Polymorphism in Eleutherodactylus coqui: Evidence of Selection in Puerto Rico and Founder Effects in Hawaii

Seed Pools, Aboveground Vegetation, and Prescribed Fire in the Context of Sagebrush Restoration, K. M. Pekas and Eugene W. Schupp; Seed Pools, Aboveground Vegetation, and Prescribed Fire in the Context of Sagebrush Restoration

Seed Pools, Aboveground Vegetation, and Prescribed Fire in the Context of Sagebrush Restoration, K. M. Pekas and Eugene W. Schupp; Seed Pools, Aboveground Vegetation, and Prescribed Fire in the Context of Sagebrush Restoration

Seed Pools, Aboveground Vegetation, and Prescribed Fire in the Context of Sagebrush Restoration, K. M. Pekas and Eugene W. Schupp; Seed Pools, Aboveground Vegetation, and Prescribed Fire in the Context of Sagebrush Restoration

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Isolation of Microsatellite Loci from the Coqui Frog, Eleutherodactylus coqui, Maureen B. Peters, Karen H. Beard, Chris Hagen, Eric M. O'Neill, Karen E. Mock, William C. Pitt, and Travis C. Glenn; Molecular Ecology Resources

What About the People? The Importance of Understanding Human Attitudes, Knowledge, and Behavior in Control of Eleutherodactylus coqui, E. A. Price, M. W. Brunson, and Karen H. Beard; What About the People? The Importance of Understanding Human Attitudes, Knowledge, and Behavior in Control of Eleutherodactylus coqui

Spatial and Temporal Patterns of Territory Use of Male California Sea Lions in the Gulf of California, Mexico, K. Robertson, C. W. Runcorn, Julie K. Young, and L. R. Gerber; Canadian Journal of Zoology

Summary and Abstracts from Sudden Aspen Decline (SAD) Meeting, Paul C. Rogers

Forest Health Monitoring in the Ngangao Forest, Taita Hills, Kenya: A Five Year Assessment of Change, Paul C. Rogers, B. O'Connell, J. Mwang'ombe, S. Madoffe, and G. Hertel; Journal of East African Natural History

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Lichen Community Change in Response to Succession in Aspen Forests of the southern Rocky Mountains, Paul C. Rogers and Ronald J. Ryel; Forest Ecology and Management

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Functional Differences in Soil Water Pools: a New Perspective on Plant Water Use in Water-Limited Ecosystems, Ronald J. Ryel, Carolyn Y. Ivans, Michael S. Peek, and A. Joshua Leffler; Progress in Botany

Importance of Pre-Classifying River Stretches for Otter Abundance Sampling, T. Sales-Louis, John A. Bissonette, and M. Santos-Reis; Tenth International Otter Colloquium Proceedings

The Context Dependence of Seed Dispersal Effectiveness and Constraints on the Evolution of Specialization, Eugene W. Schupp; The Context Dependence of Seed Dispersal Effectiveness and Constaints on the Evolution of Specialization

Fire, Weed Invasion and Associated Modifications of Plant-Animal Interactions: Examples from the Great Basin, Eugene W. Schupp, J. M. Ostoja, and R. Klinger; Fire, Weed Invasion and Associated Modifications of Plant-Animal Interactions: Examples from the Great Basin

Planting Landscape Trees, M. Shao and Michael Kuhns

An Invasive Frog, Eleutherodactylus coqui, Increases New Leaf Production and Leaf Litter Decomposition Rates Through Nutrient Cycling in Hawaii, H. Sin, Karen H. Beard, and W. C. Pitt; Biological Invasions

Aerially Applied Citric Acid Reduces an Invasive Frog, N. C. Tuttle, Karen H. Beard, and R. Al-Chokhachy; Wildlife Research

Effects of brush addition, tree clearing and nutrient addition on boma-glade development, Kari E. Veblen; Effects of brush addition, tree clearing and nutrient addition on boma-glade development

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Season- and herbivore-dependent competition and facilitation in a semi-aridsavanna, Kari E. Veblen; Ecology

The ecology of abandoned cattle corrals in Laikipia, Kenya, Kari E. Veblen; The ecology of abandoned cattle corrals in Laikipia, Kenya

Response of one-year-old planted native grasses to controlled burns, Kari E. Veblen, K. A. Holmes, and T. P. Young; Ecological Restoration

Cattle and wildlife effects on persistence of a successional savanna landscape mosaic, Kari E. Veblen and T. P. Young; Cattle and wildlife effects on persistence of a successional savanna landscape mosaic

Developing Riparian Bird Habitat Association Models and Management Guidelines, H. White, John A. Bissonette, and F. P. Howe; Fourth International Partner's In Flight Conference, McAllen, TX

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Long-distance dispersal of a female cougar in a basin and range landscape, Michael L. Wolfe, David C. Stoner, Wendy R. Rieth, McLain B. Mecham, and Ann Neville; Journal of Wildlife Management

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Does Spatial Structure Persist Despite Resource and Population Changes? Effects of Experimental Manipulations on Coyotes, Julie Young, Selma N. Glasscock, and John A. Shivik; Journal of Mammalogy

Saving Saiga - The World's Most Northern Antelope, Julie K. Young; Copel Magazine

Mongolian Saiga Calves Captured and Collared, Julie K. Young, B. Buuveibaatar, A. E. Fine, B. Lhagvasuren, and J. Berger; Saiga News

The Influence of Social Composition on Reproductive Behavior of Territorial Male California Sea Lions, Julie K. Young and L. R. Gerber; Aquatic Mammals

The Influence of Food Abundance and Distribution on Coyote Space Use and Diet, Julie K. Young, S. Glasscock, and J. A. Shivik; Journal of Mammalogy

Determinants of Agonistic Interactions in California Sea Lions, Julie K. Young, M. Gonzalez-Suarez, and L. R. Gerber; Behaviour

2007

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A Niche for Neutrality, Peter B. Adler, Janneke HilleRisLambers, and Jonathan M. Levine; Ecology Letters

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Contrasting Relationships between Precipitation and Species Richness in Space and Time, Peter B. Adler and Jonathan M. Levine; Oikos

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Long-Term Mapped Quadrats from Kansas Prairie: A Unique Source of Demographic Information for Herbaceous Plants, Peter B. Adler, William R. Tyburczy, and William K. Lauenroth; Ecology

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Evidence of fungi in spruce roots from which fungi could not be cultured, Fred A. Baker and W J. McManus; Root and Butt Rots of Forest Trees: 12th International Conference on Root and Butt Rots

Can An Invasive Frog Influence Ecosystem Processes?, Karen H. Beard; Can An Invasive Frog Influence Ecosystem Processes?

Diet of the Invasive Frog, Eleutherodactylus coqui, in Hawaii, Karen H. Beard; Copeia

Mechanisms and Consequences of Coqui Frog Invasions in Hawaii, Karen H. Beard; Mechanisms and Consequences of Coqui Frog Invasions in Hawaii

Disturbance Contingent Plant-Soil Feedback: The Passenger Takes the Wheel, Karen H. Beard and A. Kulmatiski; Disturbance Contingent Plant-Soil Feedback: The Passenger Takes the Wheel

Genetic Architecture of Differences in Fitness Traits among Geographically Separated Dendroctonus ponderosae populations, B. Bentz, M. Pfrender, R. Bracewell, and Karen E. Mock; USDA Forest Service Proceedings

Research on Population Estimates and Movements of the Mongolian Saiga, J. Berger, K. Berger, Julie K. Young, and B. Buuveibaatar; Saiga News

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Canopy Photosynthesis Modeling, Wolfgang Beyschlag and Ronald J. Ryel; Functional Plant Ecology

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Plant Physiological Ecology: An Essential Link for Integrating across Disciplines and Scales in Plant Ecology, Wolfram Beyschlag and Ronald J. Ryel; Flora - Morphology, Distribution, Functional Ecology of Plants

Landscape Permeability in Roaded Landscapes: the Role of Allometrically Spaced Wildlife Crossings, John A. Bissonette; Brigham Young University

Resource Acquisition and Animal Response in Dynamic Landscapes: Keeping the Books, John A. Bissonette; Temporal Dimensions of Landscape Ecology: Wildlife Responses to Variable Resources