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2007

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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

Short Course in Landscape Ecology, John A. Bissonette; Albert-Ludwigs-Universitaet Freiburg

Mule Deer Mortalities in SE Idaho, John A. Bissonette and P. C. Cramer; The Symposium on Big-Game Highway Mortality, Idaho State University

North American Decision Guidelines For Mitigating Roads for Wildlife, John A. Bissonette and P. C. Cramer; ICOET Meeting, Little Rock, AR

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Temporal Dimensions of Landscape Ecology : Wildlife Responses to Variable Resources, John Bissonette and Ilse Storch

Preventing horticultural introductions of invasive plants: potential efficacy of voluntary initiatives, J. W. Burt, A. A. Muir, J. Piovia Scott, Kari E. Veblen, A. L. Chang, J. D. Grossman, and H. W. Weiskel; Biological Invasions

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Microsatellite Markers for the June Sucker (Chasmistes liorus mictus), Utah Sucker (Catostomus ardens), and Five other Catostomid Fishes of Western North America, B. L. Cardall, L. S. Bjerregaard, and Karen E. Mock; Molecular Ecology Notes

How Do We Make the Roaded Landscape More Permeable For Wildlife?, P. C. Cramer and John A. Bissonette; The Annual Meeting of TWS, Tucson AZ

Integrating Wildlife Crossings into Transportation Plans in Projects in North America, P. C. Cramer and John A. Bissonette; ICOET Meeting, Little Rock, AR

NCHRP 25-27 Update: Evaluation of the Use and Effectiveness of Wildlife Crossings in North America, P. C. Cramer and John A. Bissonette; The AASHTO Standing Committee on Highways Technical Meeting, Phoenix AZ

Overview of NCHRP Project 25-27: Evaluation of the Use and Effectiveness of Wildlife Crossings, P. C. Cramer and John A. Bissonette; The Transportation Research Board Annual Meeting, Washington, D.C.

Priorities For Safely Accommodating Wildlife Movement Within Transportation Systems, P. C. Cramer and John A. Bissonette; The Transportation Research Board Annual Meeting, Washington, D.C.

The State of the Practice of Wildlfie Crossings, P. C. Cramer and John A. Bissonette; Toronto Zoo Roads and Ecopassages Forum, Toronto, Ontario, Canada

The State of the Science and Practice for Mitigating Roads for Wildlife in North America, P. C. Cramer and John A. Bissonette; Caltrans Road Ecology Meeting, University of California, Davis

Wildlife Crossings and Transportation Planning in the United States, P. C. Cramer and John A. Bissonette; Utah State University Department of Landscape Architecture

Wildlife Crossings: Current and Future Directions, P. C. Cramer and John A. Bissonette; Caltrans Road Ecology Meeting, University of California, Davis

A Wildlife Crossing Decision Tool to Mitigate Transportation Corridors for Wildlife, P. C. Cramer, John A. Bissonette, N. Newhouse, T. Kinley, S. Jacobson, K. Knapp, B. Persaud, C. Lyon, A. Clevenger, A. Clevenger, A. Clevenger, A. Clevenger, A. Clevenger, and A. Clevenger; The Transportation Research Board Annual Meeting, Washington, D.C.

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Random Forests for Classification in Ecology, D. R. Cutler, T. C. Edwards, Karen H. Beard, A. Cutler, K. T. Hess, J. C. Gibson, and J. J. Lawler; Ecology

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Experimental evidence for an alkali ecotype of Lolium multiflorum, an exotic invasive annual grass in the Central Valley, CA, USA, K. Dawson, Kari E. Veblen, and T. P. Young; Biological Invasions

Seed Dispersal: Theory and Its Application in a Changing World, A. J. Dennis, Eugene W. Schupp, R. J. Green, and D. A. Westcott; Seed Dispersal: Theory and Its Application in a Changing World

Plant Functional Groups and Soil N: Secondary Weed Responses, P. S. Doescher, D. A. Pyke, and Eugene W. Schupp; Plant Functional Groups and Soil N: Secondary Weed Responses

Effects of Road Mortality on Mustelids in Southern Portugal: Sensitivities and Management Implications, C. Grilo, John A. Bissonette, and M. Santos-Reis; The 25th Mustelid Colloquium, Prague Czech Republic

Patterns of Carnivore Road Casualties in Southern Portugal, C. Grilo, C. Silva, C. Baltazar, L. Gomes, John A. Bissonette john.bissonette@usu.edu, and M. Santos-Reis; ICOET Meeting, Little Rock, AR

Reproductive and Growth Traits Related to Life Histories of Two Rangeland Grasses of Western North America, L. D. Humphrey and Eugene W. Schupp; Reproductive and Growth Traits Related to Life Histories of Two Rangeland Grasses of Western North America

Landscape heterogeneity shapes predation in a newly restored predator-prey system , M. J. Kauffman, N. Varley, D. W. Smith, D. Stahler, Dan R. MacNulty, and M. S. Boyce; Ecology Letters

Population inertia and its sensitivity to changes in vital rates and population structure, David N. Koons, R. R. Holmes, and J. B. Grand; Ecology

Changing Soil Microbial Communities to Manage Plant Communities, A. Kulmatiski and Karen H. Beard; Changing Soil Microbial Communities to Manage Plant Communities

Reduced Soil Compaction Enhances Establishment of Non-Native Plant Species, G. P. Kyle, Karen H. Beard, and A. Kulmatiski; Plant Ecology

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Potential Contribution of Respiration by Anabrus simplex (Mormon crickets) to Net CO2 Exchange in Three Great Basin Ecosystems, A. Joshua Leffler, Michael S. Peek, Larry Hipps, Sasha Ivans, Ronald J. Ryel, and Martyn M. Caldwell; Western North American Naturalist

A proposed ethogram of large carnivore predatory behavior, exemplified by the wolf , Dan R. MacNulty, L. D. Mech, and D. W. Smith; Journal of Mammalogy

Communal hunting in wolves: cooperation or cheating? , Dan R. MacNulty, C. Packer, L. D. Mech, and D. W. Smith

Plant Functional Groups and Soil N: Cheatgrass and Native Plant Responses, M. Mazzola, K. Alcock, J. Chambers, D. A. Pyke, and Eugene W. Schupp; Plant Functional Groups and Soil N: Cheatgrass and Native Plant Responses

What happens if density increases? Conservation implications of population influx into refuges, C. J.E. Metcalf, K. Hampson, and David N. Koons; Animal Conservation

Environmental uncertainty, autocorrelation and the evolution of survival, C. J.E. Metcalf and David N. Koons; Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, B

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Landscape-Scale Genetic Variation in a Forest Outbreak Species, the Mountain Pine Beetle (Dendroctonus ponderosae), Karen E. Mock, B. J. Bentz, E. M. O'Neill, J. P. Chong, J. Orwin, and M. E. Pfrender; Molecular Ecology

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Genetic Analysis of a Recently Discovered Population of the Least Chub (Iotichthys phlegethontis), Karen E. Mock and Lee S. Bjerregaard; Western North American Naturalist

Comparison of Emergence Speed and Sterility in Two Steril Annual Hybrid Cereal Grasses Developed for Use in Restoration, C. Morris and Eugene W. Schupp; Comparison of Emergence Speed and Sterility in Two Sterile Annual Hybrid Cereal Grasses Developed for Use in Restoration

Man Versus Rat: A Comparison of Two Traditional Seeding Methods to Seeding Done by Dipodomys ordii (Ord's Kangaroo Rat), S. M. Ostoja and Eugene W. Schupp; Man Versus Rat: A Comparison of Two Traditional Seeding Methods to Seeding Done by Dipodomys ordii (Ord's Kangaroo Rat)

Rodent Granivory and Ecological Restoration, S. M. Ostoja and Eugene W. Schupp; Rodent Granivory and Ecological Restoration

The influence of maternal care in shaping human survival and fertility, S. Pavard, David N. Koons, and E. Heyer; Evolution

Vegetation Responses to 35 and 55 Years of Native Ungulate Grazing in Shrub-Steppe Communities, E. A. Rexroad, Karen H. Beard, and A. Kulmatiski; Western North American Naturalist

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Aspen indicator species in lichen communities in the Bear River Range of Idaho and Utah, Paul C. Rogers, Roger Rosentreter, and Ronald Ryel; Evansia

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Aspen Indicator Species in Lichen Communities in the Bear River Range of Idaho and Utah, Paul C. Rogers, Roger Rosentreter, and Ronald J. Ryel; Evansia

Aspen in the Sierra Nevada: Regional Conservation of a Continental Species, Paul C. Rogers, W. D. Shepperd, and D. Bartos; Natural Areas Journal

Evaluation of Underpass Effectiveness on the Wildcat Highway and Salina Canyon Improvement Projects: Interstate Highways I-15 and I-70, Southern Utah, S. Rosa and John A. Bissonette; Prepared for the Bureau of Land Management, Utah Department of Transportation, and the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources

Roads and Desert Small Mammal Communities: Positive Interactions?, S. Rosa and John A. Bissonette; ICOET Meeting, Little Rock, AR

Part III. Seed Fate and Establishment, Eugene W. Schupp; Seed Dispersal: Theory and Its Application in a Changing World

Suitalbe Sites for Dispersal are Context Dependent, Eugene W. Schupp; Seed Dispersal: Theory and Its Application in a Changing World

Top-Down Effects of Coquis in Lowland Forests in Hawaii, H. Sin, Karen H. Beard, and W. C. Pitt; Top-Down Effects of Coquis in Lowland Forests in Hawaii

Tales from the Sandbox: Do Predator Cues Influence Patch Selection and Seed-Handling Behaviors of Two Heteromyid Species, K. Sivy, S. M. Ostoja, and Eugene W. Schupp; Tales from the Sandbox: Do Predator Cues Influence Patch Selection and Seed-Handling Behaviors of Two Heteromyid Species?

Bottom-Up Control Determines Invertebrate Community Composition and Abundance in Hawaii, N. C. Tuttle and Karen H. Beard; Bottom-Up Control Determines Invertebrate Community Composition and Abundance in Hawaii

Evaluation of the Effect of Conifer Encroachment on Soil Organic Carbon Storage and Soil Properties in Aspen Ecosystems of Northern Utah, Helga Van Miegroet and Mical Woldeselassie; The ASA-CSSA-SSSA International Annual Meetings (November 4-8, 2007)

Anthropogenic productivity hotspots influence long-term ecosystem biodiversity, Kari E. Veblen; Anthropogenic productivity hotspots influence long-term ecosystem biodiversity

Season- and herbivore-mediated competition and facilitation in a semi-arid savanna, Kari E. Veblen; Season- and herbivore-mediated competition and facilitation in a semi-arid savanna

Invasion resistance (and invasion) of Hemizoniadominated alkali sinks in a Lolium annual grassland in the Central Valley of California, Kari E. Veblen, K. Dawson, and T. P. Young; Invasion resistance (and invasion) of Hemizoniadominated alkali sinks in a Lolium annual grassland in the Central Valley of California

Phylogenetic Study of Eleutherodactylus Coqui (Anura: Leptodactylidae) Reveals Deep Genetic Fragmentation in Puerto Rico and Origins in Hawaii, G. Velo-Anton, P. A. Burrowes, R. Joglar, I. Martinez-Solano, Karen H. Beard, and G. Parra-Olea; Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution

Letters - Wildlife Population Increases in Serengeti National Park, Julie K. Young, L. R. Gerber, and C. D'Agrosa; Science

Long-Distance Movement of a Pinniped Neonate, Julie K. Young, C. Hernandez-Camacho, and L. R. Gerber; Marine Mammal Science

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Modeling Spatial Constraints Limiting Resource Acquisition: A Case Study With the Newfoundland Marten (Martes americana atrata), W. A. Adair and John A. Bissonette; 21st Annual Symposium US-IALE, San Diego, CA

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Do Abiotic Differences Explain Contrasting Graminoid Functional Traits in Sagebrush Steppe, USA and Patagonian Steppe, Argentina, Peter B. Adler, M. F. Garbulsky, J. M. Paruelo, and W. K. Lauenroth; Journal of Arid Environments

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Climate Variability has a Stabilizing Effect on Coexistence of Prairie Grasses, Peter B. Adler, Janneke HilleRisLambers, Phaedon Kyriakidis, Qingfeng Guan, and Jonathan M. Levine; Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences

Integrating Weed Management and Restoration on Western Rangelands, K. Allcock, R. Nowak, B. Blank, T. Jones, T. Monaco, P. Doescher, T. Tanaka, D. Ogle, L. St. John, M. Pellant, D. Pyke, V. Satyal, J. Tanaka, Eugene W. Schupp, and C. Call; Ecological Restoration

Case Study Box: Puerto Rico and Hawaii: Wet Tropical Forests and the Dilemma of Coqui Frog Conservation and Eradication, Karen H. Beard; Forests and Society: Sustainability and Life Cycles of Forests in Human Landscapes

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

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Potential Predators of an Invasive Frog (Eleutherodactylus coqui) in Hawaiian Forests, Karen H. Beard and William C. Pitt; Journal of Tropical Ecology

An Invasive Frog Influences Ecosystem Processes Similarly in its Native and Introduced Ranges, Karen H. Beard, H. Sin, and W. C. Pitt; An Invasive Frog Influences Ecosystem Processes Similarly in its Native and Introduced Ranges

Effects of Coqui Frogs on Ecosystem Processes in Hawaii, Karen H. Beard, H. Sin, and W. C. Pitt; Effects of Coqui Frogs on Ecosystem Processes in Hawaii

Evaluation of the Use and Effectiveness of Wildlife Crossings, John A. Bissonette, P. C. Cramer, A. P. Clevenger, K. K. Knapp, B. Persaud, N. Newhouse, T. Kinley, C. Lyon, S. Rosa, E. Shaw Schowalter-Hay, A. Hardy, K. Gunson, J. Anderson, C. O'Brien, K. G. Wolfe, B. Jennings, S. Jacobson, and I. Brakop; USGS Utah Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit, Utah State University, Logan, Utah

Sagebrush-Dominated Mountain Meadows Bird and Small Mammal Community Dynamics, John A. Bissonette, E. Johnson, and T. L. Wilson; USGS Utah Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit, Utah State University, Logan, Utah

Competition Between Bluebunch Wheatgrass, Cheatgrass and Squarrose Knapweed Under Factorial Nitrogen-Phosphorous Regimes, J. S. Burnham, T. A. Monaco, and Eugene W. Schupp; Competition Between Bluebunch Wheatgrass, Cheatgrass and Squarrose Knapweed Under Factorial Nitrogen-Phosphorous Regimes

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Fates of Live Trees Retained in Forest Cutting Units, Western Cascade Range, Oregon, Posy E. Busby, Peter B. Adler, Timothy L. Warren, and Frederick J. Swanson; Canadian Journal of Forest Research

The Use and Effectiveness of Wildlife Crossings, P. Cramer and John A. Bissonette; Natural Resources Law Forum at the Wallace Stegner Center for Land, Resources and the Environment, S.J. Quinney College of Law, University of Utah, Salt Lake City, UT

Carnivore Crossings and Roads in North America: How Are We Doing?, P. C. Cramer and John A. Bissonette; Carnivores 2006

NCHRP 25-27 Update: Evaluation of the Use and Effectiveness of Wildlife Crossings in North America, P. C. Cramer and John A. Bissonette; Transportation Research Board Wildlife and Highways Workshop, Washington D.C.

Priorities For Research Related to Wildlife and Roads, P. C. Cramer and John A. Bissonette; Transportation Research Board Wildlife and Highways Workshop, Washington D.C.

Transportation Ecology: Current and Future Directions of the Science of Wildlife and Roads, P. C. Cramer and John A. Bissonette; Invited Seminar, College of Natural Resources, Utah State University

Wildlife Crossings in North America, P. C. Cramer and John A. Bissonette; Transportation Research Board Wildlife and Highways Workshop, Washington D.C.

Wildlife Crossings in North America: The State of the Science and Practice, P. C. Cramer and John A. Bissonette; Proceedings of the International Conference on Ecology and Transportation, San Diego, California

Wildlife Passages: How Does Utah Compare to the Rest of North America, P. C. Cramer and John A. Bissonette; The Utah Chapter of the Wildlife Society, Moab Utah

Condition of Highway 91 Wildlife Underpasses, Escape ramps, and Fencing in Sardine Canyon, Wellsville Mountains, Utah, Winter 2006, P. Cramer, S. Rosa, and John A. Bissonette; USGS Utah Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit, Utah State University, Logan, Utah

A Framework for Predicting Invasive Plants in National Parks: A Proof of Concept Using Verbasum thapsus in Lava Beds National Monument, T. C. Edwards, Jr.; D. R. Cutler; Karen H. Beard; J. C. Gibson; and D. Sarr; A Framework for Predicting Invasive Plants in National Parks: A Proof of Concept Using Verbasum thapsus in Lava Beds National Monument

Dispersión de Quercus ilex por roedores y arrendajos: onsecuencias emográficas a escala de paisaje, J. M. Gomez, C. Puerta-Pinero, M. L. Huertas Martinez, and Eugene W. Schupp; Dispersión de Quercus ilex por roedores y arrendajos: onsecuencias emográficas a escala de paisaje

The Role of Patch Size and Isolation to Carnivore Relative Abundance in an Oak Woodland Landscape, C. Grilo, M. Cruz, John A. Bissonette, and M. Santos-Reis; Presented at the 1st European congress of Conservation Biology, Eger, Hungary

California oaks and fire: a review and case study, K. A. Holmes, Kari E. Veblen, T. P. Young, and A. M. Berry; Proceedings of the Sixth California Oak Symposium: Today's Challenges, Tomorrow's Opportunities

Competition Between an Invasive Annual Grass, and Mature Individuals of a Perennial Grass Species, L. D. Humphrey and Eugene W. Schupp; Competition Between an Invasive Annual Grass, and Mature Individuals of a Perennial Grass Species

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Cross-fostering in coyotes: Evaluation of a potential conservation and research tool for canids, Frederick Knowlton and Ann M. Kitchen; Biological Conservation

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Accuracy of Aerial Telemetry Locations in Mountainous Terrain, Fred F. Knowlton; Journal of Wildlife Management

Frailty models go Darwinian: The evolutionary advantage of heterogeneous offspring, David N. Koons, A. Baudisch, S. Pavard, C. J.E. Metcalf, and A. Scheuerlein; 2nd Workshop For Evolutionary demography

Population momentum across vertebrate life histories, David N. Koons, J. B. Grand, and J. M. Arnold; Ecological Modelling

A broad look at delayed reproduction in variable environments, David N. Koons and C. J.E. Metcalf; 3rd Workshop for Evolutionary Demography

Live or let die? Fitness consequences of temporal variability in survival and death parameters, David N. Koons, S. Pavard, A. Baudisch, and C. J.E. Metcalf; MPIDR Seminar Series

ffvf, David N. Koons, R. F. Rockwell, and J. B. Grand; Journal of Wildlife Management

Lesser scaup population dynamics: what can be learned from available data?, David N. Koons, J. J. Rotella, D. W. Willey, M. Taper, R. G. Clark, S. Slattery, R. W. Brook, R. M. Corcoran, and J. R. Lovvorn; 4th North American Duck Symposium

Lesser Scaup population dynamics: what can be learned from available data?, David N. Koons, J. J. Rotella, D. W. Willey, M. Taper, R. G. Clark, S. Slattery, R. W. Brook, R. M. Corcoran, and J. R. Lovvorn; Avian Conservation and Ecology - Écologie et conservation des oiseaux

Activated Carbon as a Restoration Tool: Potential for Control of Invasive Plants in Abandoned Agricultural Fields, A. Kulmatiski and Karen H. Beard; Restoration Ecology

Exotic Plants Shift Water-Use Timing, A. Kulmatiski, Karen H. Beard, and J. N. Stark; Exotic Plants Shift Water-Use Timing

Exotic Communities Shift Water-Use Timing, A. Kulmatiski, Karen H. Beard, and John M. Stark; Plant and Soil

Soil History as a Primary Control on Plant Invasion in Abandoned Agricultural Fields, A. Kulmatiski, Karen H. Beard, and John M. Stark; Journal of Applied Ecology