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2006

Does Home Range Structure Resist Resource & Population Changes?, Julie K. Young, S. Glasscock, and J. A. Shivik; The Wildlife Society Annual Meeting

What Carnivore Biologists Can Learn From Bugs, Birds, and Beavers: A Review of Spatial Theories, Julie K. Young and J. A. Shivik; Canadian Journal of Zoology

2005

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The Development of Forage Production and Utilization Gradients around Livestock Watering Points, Peter B. Adler and Sonia A. Hall; Landscape Ecology

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Plant Traits and Ecosystem Grazing Effects: Comparison of US Sagebrush Steppe and Patagonian Steppe, Peter B. Adler, Daniel G. Milchunas, Osvaldo E. Sala, Ingrid C. Burke, and William K. Lauenroth; Ecological Applications

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Evidence for a General Species-Time-Area Relationship, Peter B. Adler, Ethan P. White, William K. Lauenroth, Dawn M. Kaufman, Andrew Rassweiler, and James A. Rusak; Ecology

Landscape-Scale Genetic Structuring among Populations of the Leopard Frog (Rana pipiens) in the Grand and Glen Canyons, J. Baker and Karen E. Mock

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UV-B Radiation: Photomorphogenesis and Plant-Plant Interactions, Paul W. Barnes, James R. Shinkle, Stephan D. Flint, and Ronald J. Ryel; Progress in Botany: Genetics Physiology Systematics Ecology

Effects of Coqui Frogs in Hawaii, Karen H. Beard; Effects of Coqui Frogs in Hawaii

Mechanisms of Invasion: Coquis in Hawaii, Karen H. Beard; Mechanisms of Invasion: Coquis in Hawaii

Infection of an Invasive Frog Eleutherodactylus coqui by the Chytrid Fugus Batrachochytrium dendrobatidis in Hawaii, Karen H. Beard and E. M. O'Neill; Biological Conservation

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Infection of an invasive frog Eleutherodactylus coqui by the chytrid fungus Batrachochytrium dendrobatidis in Hawaii, Karen H. Beard and Eric M. O'Neill; Biological Conservation

Potential Consequences of the Coqui Frog Invasion in Hawaii, Karen H. Beard and W. C. Pitt; Diversity and Distributions

Potential Consequences of the Coqui Frog Invasion in Hawaii, Karen H. Beard and W. C. Pitt; Potential Consequences of the Coqui Frog Invasion In Hawaii

Direct Effects of Coqui Frogs (Eleutherodactylus coqui) On Invertebrate Communities in Hawaii, Karen H. Beard and N. C. Tuttle; Direct Effects of Coqui Frogs (Eleutherodactylus coqui) on Invertebrate Communities in Hawaii

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Structural and Functional Responses of a Subtropical Forest to 10 Years of Hurricanes and Droughts, Karen H. Beard, K. A. Vogt, D. J. Vogt, F. N. Scatena, A. Covich, T. C. Siccama, R. Sigurdardottier, and T. A. Crowl; Ecological Monographs

Quantifying the Importance of Abiotic and Biotic Factors in Controlling Nutrient Export From a Developing Ecosystem, Karen H. Beard, D. Wang, C. E. Waite, K.L. M. Decker, G. J. Hawley, D. D. DeHayes, J. W. Hughes, and J. R. Cumming; Ecosystems

Biodiversity Issues: Is the World Getting Better?, John A. Bissonette; University of Freiburg

Restoring Habitat Networks: The Role of Allometrically-Scaled Wildlife Crossings, John A. Bissonette; Habitat Networks for Large Wildlife and Habitat Fragmentation, 27th Congress of the International Union of Game Biologists, Hannover, Germany

Scaling Wildlife Crossings: Getting the Distance Right, John A. Bissonette; University of Freiburg

Taking the Road Less Traveled: The Importance of Scaling Road Effects Allometrically, John A. Bissonette; Reducing Habitat Fragmentation By Roads: A Comparison of Measures and Scales, INTECOL-ESA 2005 Joint Meeting, Montreal Canada

Thinking Differently at Larger Ecological Scales: Developing a Workable Strategy, John A. Bissonette; Proceedings of the 12th Annual Conference of the Australasian Wildlife Management Society, "Old Ways, New Ways; Wildlife Management in Northern Australia"

Time: The Neglected Dimension in Landscape Ecology, John A. Bissonette; Central Science Laboratory, Department for Environment, Food, and Rural Affairs, York, Great Britain

Evaluation of the Use and Effectiveness of Wildlife Crossings, John A. Bissonette and P. Cramer; Interim Report Prepared for the National Academy of Sciences (Transportation Research Board-National Cooperative Highway Research Program)

Wildlife and Roads: Priorities For Research and Practice, John A. Bissonette and P. C. Cramer; The International Conference on Ecology and Transportation (ICOET), San Diego

A Decision Tool For Mitigating Roads for Wildlife: The NCHRP 25-27 Project, John A. Bissonette, P. C. Cramer, N. Newhouse, T. Kinley, K. Knap, B. Persaud, C. Lyon, A. Clevenger, S. Jacobson, S. Jacobson, S. Jacobson, S. Jacobson, S. Jacobson, and S. Jacobson; The International Conference on Ecology and Transportation (ICOET), San Diego

Competition Between Bluebunch Wheatgrass, Cheatgrass, and Squarrose Knapweed Under Different Nutrient Regimes, J. Burnham and Eugene W. Schupp; Competition Between Bluebunch Wheatgrass, Cheatgrass, and Squarrose Knapweed Under Different Nutrient Regimes

Identifying and Describing Road Mortality Hotspots: When is it Necessary to be Spatially Explicit?, Kassar C. and John A. Bissonette; Presentation US-IALE, Syracuse NY

Restoring Permeability in the Roaded Landscape: Priorities for Research, P. C. Cramer and John A. Bissonette; International Association of Landscape Ecology Annual Symposium

Wildlife and Roads: the State of the Science and Practice, P. C. Cramer and John A. Bissonette; The Rockies Wildlife Crossing Field Course, Payson Arizona

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

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An Analysis of Soil Respiration Across Northern Hemisphere Temperate Ecosystems, K. A. Hibbard, B. E. Law, M. Reichstien, and J. Sulzman; Biogeochemistry

Grasshopper herbivory in Bromus tectorum-dominated Annual Grassland and Establishment of Perennial-Plant Seedlings, L. D. Humphrey and Eugene W. Schupp; Grasshopper herbivory in Bromus tectorum-dominated Annual Grassland and Establishment of Perennial-Plant Seedlings

Deer-Vehicle Crash Hotspots in Utah: Data for Effective Mitigation, C. Kassar and John A. Bissonette; Utah Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit

Transient population dynamics: relations to life history and initial population state, David N. Koons, J. B. Grand, B. Zinner, and R. F. Rockwell; Ecological Modelling

Success of Cheatgrass (bromus tectorum) Control and Native Plant Restoration Techniques on Western Rangelands, J. Landmesser, T. Jones, T. Monaco, R. Nowak, D. Pyke, and Eugene W. Schupp; Success of Cheatgrass (bromus tectorum) Control and Native Plant Restoration Techniques on Western Rangelands

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Hydraulic Redistribution through the Root Systems of Senesced Plants, A. Joshua Leffler, Michael S. Peek, Ronald J. Ryel, Carolyn Y. Ivans, and Martyn M. Caldwell; Ecology

Group hunting behavior in wolves: myths and realities , Dan R. MacNulty

Forest Health Monitoring in the Eastern Arc Mountains of Kenya and Tanzania: A Baseline Report from Select Forest Reserves, S. Madoffe, J. Mwang'ombe, B. O'Connell, Paul C. Rogers, G. Hertel, and J. Mwangi

Migratory Strategies, Fawn Recruitment, and Winter Habitat Use by Urban and Rural Mule Deer (Odocoileus hemionus), M. F. McClure, John A. Bissonette, and M. R. Conover; European Journal of Wildlife Research

Effect of Perch Sites on Mourning Dove Nest Distribution, P. Meyers, W. D. Ostrand, M. Conover, and John A. Bissonette; Western North American Naturalist

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Patterns of Molecular Diversity in Naturally Occurring and Refugial Populations of the Least Chub, Karen E. Mock and M. P. Miller; Transactions of the American Fisheries Society

Molecular Genetic Investigation of Yellowstone Cutthroat Trout and Finespotted Snake River Cutthroat Trout, M. A. Novak, J. L. Kershner, and Karen E. Mock

Evidence for Indirect Effects in Seed Removal by Granivorous Rodents in the Great Basin of Utah, S. M. Ostoja and Eugene W. Schupp; Evidence for Indirect Effects in Seed Removal by Granivorous Rodents in the Great Basin of Utah

Evidence for Indirect Effects in Seed Removal by Granivorous Rodents in the Great Basin of Utah, S. M. Ostoja and Eugene W. Schupp; Evidence for Indirect Effects in Seed Removal by Granivorous Rodents in the Great Basin of Utah

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Fine Root Distribution and Persistence Under Field Conditions of Three Co-Occurring Great Basin Species of Different Life form, Michael S. Peek, A. Joshua Leffler, Carolyn Y. Ivans, Ronald J. Ryel, and Martyn M. Caldwell; New Phytologist

How to Teach a Mule Deer to Safely Cross an Interstate Highway: Preliminary Results of a Wildlife Mortality Mitigation Strategy on Interstate 15 in Utah, USA, S. Rosa and John A. Bissonette; The International Conference on Ecology and Transportation (ICOET), San Diego

What is a Suitable Site? Or, Where Does a Seed Really Want to Land?, Eugene W. Schupp; What Is a Suitable Site? Or, Where Does a Seed Really Want to Land?

Dispersión de Quercus ilex por roedores y arrendajos: consecuencias demográficas y genéticas a escala de paisaje (Dispersal of Quercus ilex by rodents and jays: demographic and genetic consequences at the landscape scale), Eugene W. Schupp, J. M. Gomez, and C. Puerta-Pinero; Dispersión de Quercus ilex por roedores y arrendajos: consecuencias demográficas y genéticas a escala de paisaje (Dispersal of Quercus ilex by rodents and jays: demographic and genetic consequences at the landscape scale)

Initial Recruitment of Vertebrate-Dispersed Plants: Dissecting Spatial Patterns Through Time, Eugene W. Schupp, A. Hampe, J. L. Garcia-Castano, and P. Jordano; Initial Recruitment of Vertebrate-Dispersed Plants: Dissecting Spatial Patterns Through Time

Spatial and Temporal Dynamics of Seed Rain and Seedling Emergence in Animal-Dispersed Species: Bridging Dispersal and Establishment, Eugene W. Schupp, A. Hampe, J. L. Garcia-Castano, and P. Jordano; Spatial and Temporal Dynamics of Seed Rain and Seedling Emergence in Animal-Dispersed Species: Bridging Dispersal and Establishment

Direct Effects of Coqui Frogs on Arthropods in Hawaii, N. C. Tuttle and Karen H. Beard; Direct Effects of Coqui Frogs on Arthropods in Hawaii

Glades as landscape features in an African rangeland savanna: vegetation dynamics and large herbivores, Kari E. Veblen; Glades as landscape features in an African rangeland savanna: vegetation dynamics and large herbivores

Supplementation and Sagebrush Habital Specialists in Patchy Mountainous Landscapes, T. L. Wilson, E. J. Johnson, and John A. Bissonette; Presentation US-IALE, Syracuse NY

The Influence of Supplemental Feeding on Coyote Space-Use and Dietary Patterns, Julie K. Young and J. A. Shivik; The Wildlife Society Annual Meeting Presentation

Ranking the Risk of Wildlife Species Hazardous to Military Aircraft, E. J. Zakrajsek and John A. Bissonette; Wildlife Society Bulletin

2004

Vegatation Exclosures: What Can They Tell Us About Long-Term Range Trends, W. A. Adair and John A. Bissonette; Final Report to Utah Division of Wildlife Resources, U.S. Foret Service, and U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and Bureau of Land Management

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Neutral Models Fail to Reproduce Observed Species-Area and Species-Time Relationships in Kansas Grasslands, Peter B. Adler; Ecology

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Functional Traits of Graminoids in Semi-Arid Steppes: A Test of Grazing Histories, Peter B. Adler, Daniel G. Milchunas, William K. Lauenroth, Osvaldo E. Sala, and Ingrid C. Burke; Journal of Applied Ecology

Ecological Consequences of the Coqui Invasion, Karen H. Beard; Ecological Consequences of the Coqui Invasion

Ecological Consequences of the Coqui Invasion, Karen H. Beard; Ecological Consequences of the Coqui Invasion

Effects of Coqui Frogs on Nutrient Cycling in Hawaii, Karen H. Beard and W. C. Pitt; Effects of Coqui Frogs on Nutrient Cycling in Hawaii

Scale Sensitive Properties: Differentiating Causality in Landscape Ecology, John A. Bissonette; Landscape Ecology Class, Auburn University

Time: The Forgotten Dimension in Landscape Ecology, John A. Bissonette; Weaver Lecture, Auburn University, Auburn, AL

Survival During Early Life Stages of the Desert Tortoise (Gopherus agassizii) in the South-Central Mojave Desert, C. D. Bjurlin and John A. Bissonette; Journal of Herpetology

Forest Carnivores Occurrence, Distribution and Limiting Factors: Canada Lynx and Wolverine Surveys in Utah, K. D. Bunnell, J. J. Shirley, J. T. Flinders, M. L. Wolfe, and John A. Bissonette; Final Report to Utah Division of Wildlife Resources, U.S. Foret Service, and U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service

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Serious Complications in Experiments in which UV Doses Are Affected by Using Different Lamp Heights, Stephan D. Flint, Ronald J. Ryel, and Martyn M. Caldwell; Ultraviolet Ground- and Space-based Measurements, Models, and Effects IV

Spatial and Microhabitat Pattern of Tree Recruitment in Three Juniper Woodlands in West-Central Utah, USA, J. M. Gomez, M. Fuentes, and Eugene W. Schupp; Spatial and Microhabitat Pattern of Tree Recruitment in Three Juniper Woodlands in West-Central Utah, USA

Competition and Other Barriers to Establishment of a Native Perennial Grass (Elymus elymoides) in Alien Annual Grass (Bromus tectorum) Communities, L. D. Humphrey and Eugene W. Schupp; Journal of Arid Environments

Life history and population momentum: a general principle for population biology, David N. Koons and J. B. Grand; 14th Annual Auburn University Research Forum

Reducing Sampler Error in Soil Research, A. Kulmatiski and Karen H. Beard; Soil Biology and Biochemistry

Soil-Mediated Control on Weed Establishment and Growth, A. Kulmatiski, Karen H. Beard, and John M. Stark; Weed Technology

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Gas Exchange and Growth Responses of the Desert Shrubs Artemisia tridentata and Chrysothamnus nauseosus to Shallow- Versus Deep-Soil Water in a Glasshouse Experiment, A. Joshua Leffler, Carolyn Y. Ivans, Ronald J. Ryel, and Martyn M. Caldwell; Environmental and Experimental Botany

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A Meta-Analysis of Biotic Resistance to Exotic Plant Invasions, Jonathan M. Levine, Peter B. Adler, and Stephanie G. Yelenik; Ecology Letters

Wolves, bears, and bison: a case study in ecological restoration , Dan R. MacNulty

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Genetic Diversity and Divergence among Freshwater Mussel (Anodonta) Populations in the Bonneville Basin of Utah, Karen E. Mock, J. C. Brim-Box, M. P. Miller, M. E. Downing, and W. R. Hoeh; Molecular Ecology

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Assessing Losses of Genetic Diversity Due to Translocation: Long-Term Case Histories in Merriam’s Turkey (Meleagris gallopavo merriami), Karen E. Mock, E. K. Latch, and O. E. Rhodes Jr.; Conservation Genetics

Genetic Analysis of Spawning and Refugium June Sucker Populations, Karen E. Mock, M. P. Miller, and B. Cardall

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Hydraulic Redistribution, Ronald J. Ryel; Progress in Botany

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Water Conservation in Artemisia tridentata through Redistribution of Precipitation, Ronald J. Ryel, A. J. Leffler, M. S. Peek, C. Y. Ivans, and M. M. Caldwell; Oecologia

A Regional Experiment to Evaluate Effects of Fire and fire Surrogate Treatments in the Sagebrush Biome, Eugene W. Schupp; A Regional Experiment to Evaluate Effects of Fire and fire Surrogate Treatments in the Sagebrush Biome

Reporting Plan for the Forest Health Monitoring Program of the USDA Forest Service: Guidelines for State, Multi-State and National Reports, J. Steinman, D. Bridgewater, B. Burns, J. Cummings-Carlson, B. Conkling, W. McWilliams, K. Ripley, Paul C. Rogers, M. Schomaker, R. Trickel, and J. Vissage

Benefits and Impacts From Road Removal, A. Switalski, John A. Bissonette, T. H. Deluca, C. H. Luce, and M. A. Madej; Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment

Coyote Space Use: A Historical Comparison, Julie K. Young; Center for Reproduction of Endangered Species Lunch Seminar Series Speaker

Long-Term Stability of Coyote Spatial Patterns, Julie K. Young, W. F. Andelt, and J. A. Shivik; Welder Wildlife Foundation Symposium

Long-Term Territorial Stability of Coyotes, Julie K. Young, W. F. Andelt, and J. A. Shivik; American Society of Mammalogists

Activity Budget Patterns in mating and Non-Mating Territorial Male Guanacos, Julie K. Young and W. L. Franklin; Revista Chilena de Historia Natural

Site-Fidelity of Territorial Male Guanacos in the Patagonia of Southern Chile, Julie K. Young and W. L. Franklin; Journal of Mammalogy

2003

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The Power of Time: Spatiotemporal Scaling of Species Diversity, Peter B. Adler and William K. Lauenroth; Ecology Letters

The role of population modeling in natural resource damage assessment, J. M. Arnold, J. B. Grand, David N. Koons, and N. V. Yogi; 27th Annual Meeting of the Waterbird Society

Coqui Effects on their Prey and Ecosystem Processes in their Native Community, Karen H. Beard; Coqui Effects on their Prey and Ecosystem Processes in their Native Community

Coqui Effects on their Prey and Ecosystem Processes in their Native Community, Karen H. Beard; Coqui Effects on their Prey and Ecosystem Processes in their Native Community

Coqui Effects on their Prey and Ecosystem Processes in their Native Community, Karen H. Beard; Coqui Effects on their Prey and Ecosystem Processes in their Native Community

Amphibian Effects On Its Prey and Ecosystem: Evidence From Two Patial Scales, Karen H. Beard, A. K. Eschtruth, K. A. Vogt, D. J. Vogt, and F. N. Scatena; Journal of Tropical Ecology

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The effects of the frog Eleutherodactylus coqui on invertebrates and ecosystem processes at two scales in the Luquillo Experimental Forest, Puerto Rico, Karen H. Beard, Anne K. Eschtruth, Kristiina A. Vogt, Daniel J. Vogt, and Frederick N. Scatena; Journal of Tropical Ecology

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Quantitative Assessment of Habitat Preferences for the Puerto Rican Terrestrial Frog, Eleutherdoctylus coqui, Karen H. Beard, S. McCullough, and A. K. Eschtruth; Journal of Herpetology

Fragmentation: Spatial Arrangement or Habitat Amount - How Can We Decide Relative Importance for Wildlife Species, John A. Bissonette; 26th International Union of Game Biologists Congress, Braga, Portugal

Importance of Distinguishing Between Spatial Arrangement and Habital Loss in Fragmentation Studies of Wildlife Species, John A. Bissonette; Tenth Annual Conference of the Wildlife Society, Burlington, VT

Invited Landscape Ecology Workshop, John A. Bissonette; University of Lisbon, Portugal

Linking Landscape Patterns to Biological Reality, John A. Bissonette; Landscape Theory and Resource Management: Linking Theory to Practice

Understanding Fragmentation: Getting to 42, John A. Bissonette; Third International Wildlife Management Congress, Christchurch New Zealand