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2012 Publication Archive


2011 Publications


Abernethy, I.M., Independent and interactive effects of habitat and anthropogenic disturbance on small mammals. M.S., Department of Zoology and Physiology, May 2011.

Barclay, J.H., N.M. Korfanta, and M.J. Kauffman. 2011. Long-term population dynamics of a managed burrowing owl colony. Journal of Wildlife Management 75:1295-1306.

Brown, R.S., W.A. Hubert, and S.F. Daly. 2011. A primer on winter, ice, and fish: what fisheries biologists should know about winter ice processes and stream-dwelling fish. Fisheries 36:8-26.

Gilbert, M.M., and A.D. Chalfoun. 2011. Energy development affects populations of sagebrush songbirds in Wyoming. Journal of Wildlife Management 75:816-824.

Hubbard, K.A., The relative influence of adjacent road characteristics and habitat on lizard populations in arid shrublands. M.S., Department of Zoology and Physiology, December 2011.

Korfanta, N., The influence of habitat fragmentation on demography and extinction risk in a tropical understory bird community. Ph.D., Department of Zoology and Physiology, May 2011.

Laske, S.M., F.J. Rahel, W.A. Hubert, and P.A. Cavalli. 2011. Ecology of unique lentic populations of roundtail chub, Gila robusta. Western North American Naturalist 71:507-515.

Nelson, A.A., The influence of migratory and residential elk movements on seasonal wolf habitat selection and depredation patterns. M.S., Department of Zoology and Physiology, August 2011.

Sawyer, H.S., and M.J. Kauffman. 2011. Stopover ecology of a migratory ungulate. Journal of Animal Ecology 80:1078-87.

Vartanian, J.M., Habitat condition and the nutritional quality of seasonal forage and diets: demographic implications for a declining moose population in northwest Wyoming, USA. M.S., Department of Zoology and Physiology, December 2011.

Walters, A.W. 2011. Resistance of aquatic insects to a low flow disturbance: exploring a trait-based approach. Journal of the North American Benthological Society 30:346-356

Walters, A.W., and D.M. Post. 2011. How low can you go? Response of aquatic insect communities to low flow disturbance. Ecological Applications 21:163-174.

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