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2014

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Benefits of exposing animals to poor-quality foods early in life, Elizabeth A. Burritt; Utah State University Extension

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Nutritional value and toxins in various noxious weeds, Elizabeth A. Burritt and Rae Ann Hart; USU Extension

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Should ranchers value sagebrush? Why we need sagebrush, Elizabeth A. Burritt, Thomas Monaco, and Eric Thacker; Utah State University Extension

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Feedlot Performance and Profitability of Cattle Fed Either a Mixed Ration or Allowed to Select Their Diet, Elizabeth A. Burritt and S. Paisley; University of Wyoming, Agricultural Experiment Station, Field Days Bulletin

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Density-dependent intraspecific aggression regulates survival in northern Yellowstone wolves (Canis lupus), Sarah Cubaynew, Daniel R. MacNulty, Daniel R. Stahler, Kira A. Quimby, Douglas W. Smith, and Tim Coulson; Journal of Animal Ecology

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Effects of exploitation on an overabundant species: the lesser snow goose predicament, David N. Koons; Journal of Animal Ecology

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In defense of fences, M. Pfeifer, C. Packer, A. C. Burton, S. T. Garnett, A. J. Loveridge, Daniel R. MacNulty, and P. J. Platts; Science

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Grazing Tall Larkspur Ranges: A Livestock Producer's Decision-making Handbook, James A. Pfister, Dale R. Gardner, Daniel Cook, Ben T. Green, Kevin D. Welch, and Elizabeth A. Burritt; USU ExtensionNR/RangeManagement/2014-03pr

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Quaking Aspen in the Residential-Wildland Interface: Elk Herbivory Hinders Forest Conservation, Paul C. Rogers, Allison Jones, James C. Catlin, James Shuler, Arthur Morris, and Michael R. Kuhns; Natural Areas Journal

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A Functional Framework for Improved Management of Western North American Aspen (Populus tremuloides Michx.), Paul C. Rogers, Simon M. Landhausser, Bradley D. Pinno, and Ronald J. Ryel; Forest Science

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Monitoring of livestock grazing effects on Bureau of Land Management land, Kari E. Veblen

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Dogs Day in Wildlife Conservation, Julie Young; Ecology

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Incorporating Cold-Air Pooling into Downscaled Climate Models Increases Potential Refugia for Snow-Dependent Species within the Sierra Nevada Ecoregion, CA, Julie Young; PLoS ONE

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The Evolution of Self-Control, Julie Young; Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America

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Evaluation of 6 ONRAB Ultralite bait flavor matrices delivered to coyotes (Canis latrans): Implications for oral rabies vaccination, Julie Young, Are R. Berensten, Stacey P. Brummer, and Kurt C. VerCauteren; Journal of Veterinary Behavior: Clinical Applications and Research

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Calving location selection patterns of saiga antelope in Mongolia, Julie K. Young, B. Buuveibaatar, T. K. Fuller, and J. Berger; Journal of Zoology

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Production of Hybrids between Western Gray Wolves and Western Coyotes, Julie K. Young, L. David Mech, and Bruce W. Christensen; PLoS ONE

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Efficacy of Ropel as a Coyote Repellent, Julie K. Young, Elizabeth A. Miller, Scott Stelting, and Bruce A. Kimball; Human-Wildlife Interactions

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Influence of habitat structure and food on patch choice of captive coyotes, Julie Young, Sharon A. Poessel, and Eric M. Gese; Applied Animal Behaviour Science

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Animal attendance at M-44 sodium cyanide ejector sites for coyotes, Julie Young, John A. Shivik, and Lauren Mastro; Wildlife Society Bulletin

2013

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Can the past predict the future? Experimental tests of historically based population models, Peter Adler, Kerry M. Byrne, and James Leiker; Global Change Biology

Niche opportunities and invasion dynamics in a desert annual community, Ginger R.H. Allington, David N. Koons, S.K. Morgan Earnest, Michele R. Schutzenhofer, and Thomas J. Valone; Ecology Letters

Climate change, phenology, and habitat degradation: drivers of gosling body condition and juvenile survival in lesser snow geese, Lise M. Aubry, Robert F. Rockwell, Evan G. Cooch, and David N. Koons; Global Change Biology

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Ingestion of toxic plants by herbivores, Elizabeth A. Burritt; Utah State Extension

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Mother knows best, Elizabeth A. Burritt; Utah State University Extension

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Elk and Cattle Grazing Can Be Complementary, Elizabeth A. Burritt and Roger Banner; Rangelands

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Training Livestock to Avoid Specific Foilage, Elizabeth A. Burritt, Morgan Doran, and Matt Stevenson; Utah State University Extension

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Finishing bison by offering a choice of feeds and room to roam, Elizabeth A. Burritt, M. Kossler, and J. Villalba; Journal of the National Association of County Agricultural Agents

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Continental-scale assessment of genetic diversity and population structure in quaking aspen (Populus tremuloides), Colin M. Callahan, Carol A. Rowe, Ronald J. Ryel, John D. Shaw, Michael D. Madritch, and Karen E. Mock; Journal of Biogeography

Looking for a needle in a haystack: inference about individual fitness components in a heterogeneous population, Emmanuelle Cam and David N. Koons; Oikos

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The Influence of Snowmobile Trails on Coyote Movements during Winter in High-Elevation Landscapes, Eric M. Gese, Jennifer L. Burghardt Dowd, and Lise M. Aubry; PLOS One

Influence of wolf predation risk on elk movement in Yellowstone National Park, M. T. Kohl and Daniel R. MacNulty; 20th Annual Conference of The Wildlife Society

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The Legacy of Destructive Snow Goose Foraging on Supratidal Marsh Habitat in the Hudson Bay Lowlands, David Koons; Arctic, Antarctic, and Alpine Research

Body condition dynamics and the cost-of-delay hypothesis in a temperate-breeding duck, David N. Koons; Journal of Avian Biology

Terrestrial predation by polar bears: not just a wild goose chase, David N. Koons, D. T. lles, S. L. Peterson, L J. Gormezana, and R F. Rockwell; Polar Biology

Predators, Alternative Prey, and Climate Influence Annual Breeding Succcess of a Long - Lived Sea Duck, David T. lles, Robert F. Rockwell, Paul Matulonis, Gregory J. Robertson, Kenneth F. Abraham, J. Chris Davies, and David N. Koons; Journal of Animal Ecology

Understanding the limits to wolf predatory power, Daniel R. MacNulty; 2013 International Wolf Symposium: Wolves and Humans at the Crossroads

Elk spatial response to wolf predation in Yellowstone National Park, Daniel R. MacNulty, M. T. Kohl, and J. D. Forester; International Wolf Symposium: Wolves and Humans at the Crossroads

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Mechanisms of population regulation in wolves and their community consequences, Daniel R. MacNulty, Douglas Smith, Daniel Stahler, Rolf O. Peterson, and John A. Vucetich; 98th Annual Meeting of the Ecological Society of America: Sustainable Pathways.

Reproductive consequences of life history traits, morphology, pack composition, and environmental conditions for female wolves, Daniel R. MacNulty, D. R. Stahler, D. W. Smith, B. vonHoldt, and R. K. Wayne; International Wolf Symposium; Wolves and Humans at the Crossroads

Comparison of population genetic patterns in two widespread freshwater mussels with contrasting life histories in western North America, Karen E. Mock

Contrasting Geographic Patterns of Genetic Differentiation in Body Size and Development Time With Reproductive Isolation in Dendroctonus ponderosae (Coleoptera: Curculionidae, Scolytinae), Karen E. Mock

Greater sage-grouse and natural gas development in Utah: using population genetic data for conservation efforts., Karen E. Mock

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Conserving large carnivores: dollars and fence, C Packer, A. Loveridge, S. Canney, T. Caro, S. T. Garnett, M. Pfeifer, K. K. Zander, A. Swanson, Daniel R. MacNulty, G. Balme, H. Bauer, C. M. Begg, K. S. Begg, S. Bhalla, C. Bissett, T. Bodasing, H. Brink, A. Burger, A. C. Burton, B. Clegg, S. Dell, A. Delsink, T. Dickerson, S. M. Dloniak, D. Druce, L. Frank, P. Funston, N. Gichohi, R. Groom, C. Hanekom, B. Heath, L. Hunter, H. H. Delongh, C. J. Joubert, S. M. Kasiki, B. Kissui, W. Knocker, B. Leathem, P. A. Lindsey, S. D. Maclennan, J. W. McNutt, S. M. Miller, S. Naylor, P. Nel, C. Ng'weno, K. Nicholls, J. O. Ogutu, E. Okot-Omoya, B. D. Patterson, A. Plumptre, J. Salerno, K. Skinner, R. Slotow, E. A. Sogbohossou, K. J. Stratford, C. Winterbach, H. Winterbach, and S. Polasky; Ecology Letters

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The case for fencing remains intact, C. Packer, A. Swanson, S. Canney, A. Loveridge, S. Garnett, M. Pfeifer, A. C. Burton, H. Bauer, and Daniel R. MacNulty; Ecology Letters

Intra-guild interactions and projected impact of climate and land use changes on North American pochard ducks, Guillame Peron and David N. Koons; Oecologia

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Resilience in Quaking Aspen: Recent Advances and Future Needs, Paul C. Rogers, C. Eisenberg, and S. Clair; Forest Ecology and Management

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Fire regimes of quaking aspen in the Mountain West, D. J. Shinneman, W. L. Baker, Paul C. Rogers, and D. Kulakowski; Forest Ecology and Management

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The adaptive value of morphological, behavioural and life-history traits in reproductive female wolves, Daniel R. Stahler, Daniel R. MacNulty, Robert K. Wayne, Bridgett VonHoldt, and Douglas W. Smith; Journal of Animal Ecology

The pattern and structure of genetic diversity of Schoenoplectus maritimus: implications for wetland revegetation, A. Sweetman, K. M. Kettenring, and Karen E. Mock; Aquatic Botany

Estimating Sahelian and East African Soil Moisture Using the Normalized Difference Vegetation Index, Kari E. Veblen; An Interactive Open Access Journal of the European Geosciences Union

Utah Shrubland Management, Kari E. Veblen, R. K. Mann, T. A. Monaco, and J. R. Williams; Utah Shrubland Management

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Factors affecting survival and cause-specific mortality of saiga calves in Mongolia, Julie Young, Bayarbaatar Buuveibaatar, Joel J. Berger, and Amanda E. Fine; Journal of Mammalogy

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Changes in grouping patterns of saiga antelope in relation to intrinsic and environmental factors in Mongolia, Julie Young, B Buuveibaatar, T. K. Fuller, A. E. Fine, B. Chimeddorj, and J. Berger; Journal of Zoology

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Anthropogenic and physiologically induced stress responses in captive coyotes, Julie Young, Christopher J. Schell, Elizabeth V. Lonsdorf, and Rachel M. Santymire; Journal of Mammalogy

2012

Management of invasive coqui frog populations in Hawaii, Karen H. Beard; Outlooks on Pest Management

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Introduction, Establishment, and Spread: 50 Years of Invasion Ecology Since Elton, Karen H. Beard and A. Kulmatiski; Ecology

The Two-Layer Hypothesis is Dead: Long Live the Two-Layer Hypothesis, Karen H. Beard, A. Kulmatiski, and M. Mazzacacallo; The Two-Layer Hypothesis is Dead: Long Live the Two-Layer Hypothesis

Founder Effects Haven't Quieted Them Down: The Coqui Frog Invasion in Hawaii. Insights From Invasions: Using Exotic Amphibians and Reptiles to Study Ecological and Evolutionary Processes, Karen H. Beard and E. M. O'Neill; Founder Effects Haven't Quieted Them Down: the Coqui Frog Invasion in Hawaii. Insights From Invasions: Using Exotic Amphibians and Reptiles to Study Ecological and Evolutionary Processes

Chapter 26: Caribbean Tree Frog (Eleutherodactylus coqui), Karen H. Beard and W. C. Pitt; Handbook of Global Freshwater Invasive Species

Drivers of Landscape Change, John A. Bissonette; Fubright, University of Lisbon

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

Landscape Metrics: Understanding Larger Scale Measurement, John A. Bissonette; Fubright, University of Lisbon

New Developments in Fragmentation Research: Partitioning Habitat Loss From Habitat Configuration, John A. Bissonette; University of Lisbon, Portugal

Roaded Landscapes: foundation Concepts and Practical Approaches, John A. Bissonette; Open University of Cyprus

Understanding the Natural World: Why You Cannot Believe What You See, Hear, or Read, John A. Bissonette; Instituto Camões, Rua Rodrigues Sampaio, 113, Lisbon

Visualizing Landscape Pattern: Changing Views, Scale Sensitivity and Landscape Connectivity, John A. Bissonette; Open University of Cyprus

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Early experience can change the structure of the body, Elizabeth A. Burritt; Utah State University Extension

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Exposing animals to grain with mom improves intake of grain at weaning and feedlot performance, Elizabeth A. Burritt; Utah State University Extension

How livestock learn about foods and location, Elizabeth A. Burritt; Utah State University Extension

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Mineral nutrition: are animals nutritionally wise?, Elizabeth A. Burritt; Utah State University Extension

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Preparing animals for moving days, Elizabeth A. Burritt; Utah State University Extension

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Structure, quality, and skills interact to influence forage intake, Elizabeth A. Burritt; Utah State University Extension

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Training livestock to leave streams and use uplands, Elizabeth A. Burritt; Utah State University Extension

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Why animals die from eating poisonous plants, Elizabeth A. Burritt; Utah State University Extension

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Using low-moisture blocks in improve livestock distribution and reduce winter feed costs, Elizabeth A. Burritt and Derek Bailey; Utah State University Extension

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Flusing ewes improves the number of offspring in a commercial range management operation, Elizabeth A. Burritt, L. McNeal, R. Miller, and F. Villar; Journal of the National Association of County Agricultural Agents

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Carbohydrate reserves: what you learned may be wrong, Elizabeth A. Burritt and Chad Reid; Utah State University Extension

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Diet mixing : increasing intake of unpalatable plants, Elizabeth A. Burritt and juan Villalba; Utah State University Extension

Predicting the Distribution Potential of an Invasive Puerto Rican Frog (Eleutherodactylus Coqui) in Hawaii Using Remote Sensing Data, R. T. Choi and Karen H. Beard; Biological Invasions

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Establishment of introduced reptiles increases with the presence and richness of native congeners, Rodrigo B. Ferreira, Karen H. Beard, Stephen L. Peterson, Sharon A. Poessel, and Colin M. Callahan; Amphibia-Reptilia

Weak Polygyny in California Sea Lions and the Potential for Alternative Mating Strategies, R. Flatz, M. González-Suárez, Julie K. Young, J. Beckmann, S. Breck, J. Fike, O. Rhodes, and K. Bristow; PLoS ONE

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Designing a monitoring plan, Eric M. Gese, Hilary S. Cooley, and Frederick Knowlton; Carnivore Ecology and Management: A Handbook of Techniques

Genetic diversity, reproductive mode, and dispersal differ between the cryptic invader, Phragmites australis, and its native conspecific, K. M. Kettenring and Karen E. Mock; Biological Invasions

Climate and density-dependent drivers of reproductive success in plains bison, David N. Koons, P Terletzky, P. B. Adler, M. L. Wolfe, D. Ranglack, F. P. Howe, K. Hersey, W. Paskett, and J. T. du Toit; Utah TWS Annual Meeting

Plant-Soil Feedbacks Provide an Additional Explanation for Diversity-Productivity Relationships, A. Kulmatiski, Karen H. Beard, and J. Heavilin; Plant-Soil Feedbacks Provide an Additional Explanation for Diversity-Productivity Relationships

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Plant-Soil Feedbacks Provide an Alternative Explanation for Diversity-Productivity Relationships, A. Kulmatiski, Karen H. Beard, and Justin Heavilin; Proceedings of the Royal Society B

Changing perspectives on regeneration ecology and genetic diversity in western quaking aspen: implications for silviculture, J. N. Long and Karen E. Mock; Canadian Journal of Forest Research

A modeling framework for integrated harvest and habitat management of North American waterfowl: case-study of northern pintail metapopulation dynamics, B. J. Mattsson, M. C. Runge, J. G. Devries, G. S. Boomer, J. M. Eadie, D. A. Haukos, J. P. Fleskes, David N. Koons, W. E. Thogmartin, and R. G. Clark; Ecological Modelling

Two frogs or one? A multi-marker approach to assessing the distinctiveness of genetic lineages in the northern leopard frog, R. P. O'Donnell and Karen E. Mock; Conservation Genetics

Diet of the Invasive Greenhouse Frog in Hawaii, C. A. Olson and Karen H. Beard; Copeia

Detection Probability of Two Introduced Frogs in Hawaii: Implications for Assessing Non-Native Species Distributions, C. A. Olson, Karen H. Beard, D. N. Koons, and W. C. Pitt; Ecology

Detection probabilities of two introduced frogs in Hawaii: implications for assessing non-native species distributions, C. A. Olson, K. H. Beard, David N. Koons, and W. C. Pitt; Biological Invasions

A Smartphone Application for Tracking Wildlife-Vehicle Collisions, D. D. Olson, John A. Bissonette, and M. R. Schwender; Annual Meeting of the Wildlife Society, Hawaii

Cast Adrift on an Island: Introduced Populations Experience an Altered Balance Between Selection and Drift, E. M. O'Neill and Karen H. Beard; Biology Letters

Demographic response to perturbations: the role of compensatory density dependence in a North American duck under variable harvest regulations and changing habitat, Guillaume Peron, Christopher A. Nicolai, and David N. Koons; Journal of Animal Ecology

Biotic Acceptance in Introduced Amphibians and Reptiles in Europe and North America, S. A. Poessel, Karen H. Beard, C. M. Callahan, R. B. Ferreira, and E. T. Cologgi; Global Ecology and Biogeography

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Grasses and browsers reinforce landscape heterogeneity by excluding trees from ecosystem hotspots, L. M. Porensky and Kari E. Veblen; Oecologia

Spatial genetic structure of the mountain pine beetle (Dendroctonus ponderosae) outbreak in western Canada: historical patterns and contemporary dispersal, N. Samarasekera, N. Bartell, S. Lindgren, J. Cooke, C. Davis, P. James, D. Coltman, Karen E. Mock, and B. Murray; Molecular Ecology

Patterns of Understory Growth During the First Three Years Followinng Prescribed Burn, Eugene W. Schupp; Patterns of Understory Growth During the First Three Years Followinng Prescribed Burn