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Recent & Relevant Literature

Spring/Summer 2019

Grouse

Prioritizing seasonal habitats for comprehensive conservation of a partially-migratory species
Pratt et al. (2019), Global Ecology and Conservation

Movements of female Sage Grouse Centrocercus urophasianus during incubation recess
Dudko et al. (2019), Ibis

Columbian Sharp‐Tailed Grouse nesting ecology: wind energy and habitat
Proett et al. (2019), Journal of Wildlife Management

Ungulates

Beyond protected areas: private lands and public policy anchor intact pathways for multi-species wildlife migration
Tack et al. (2019), Biological Conservation

Migratory plasticity is not ubiquitous among large herbivores
Sawyer et al. (2019), Journal of Animal Ecology

Plasticity in elk migration timing is a response to changing environmental conditions
Rickbeil et al. (2019), Global Change Biology

Antipredator response diminishes during periods of resource deficit for a large herbivore
Oates et al. (2019), Ecology

Across scales, pronghorn select sagebrush, avoid fences, and show negative responses to anthropogenic features in winter
Reinking et al. (2019), Ecosphere

Nongame

Mechanisms underlying increased nest predation in natural gas fields: a test of the mesopredator release hypothesis
Sanders and Chalfoun (2019), Ecosphere

Plague-positive mouse fleas on mice before plague induced die-offs in black-tailed and white-tailed prairie dogs
Bron et al. (2019), Vector-borne and Zoonotic Diseases

Multistate occupancy modeling improves understanding of amphibian breeding dynamics in the Greater Yellowstone Area
Gould et al. (2019), Ecological Applications

Trophic ecology warrants multispecies management in a grassland setting: proposed species interactions on black-tailed prairie dog colonies
Parker et al. (2019), Rangelands

Threshold responses of grassland and sagebrush birds to patterns of disturbance created by an ecosystem engineer
Duchardt et al. (2019), Landscape Ecology

Long‐Billed Curlew Nest Site Selection and Success in the Intermountain West
Coates et al. (2019), Journal of Wildlife Management

Vegetation

Long-term effects of fire on vegetation structure and predicted fire behavior in Wyoming big sagebrush ecosystems
Reis et al. (2019), Ecosystems

Exploring relationships of spring green-up to moisture and temperature across Wyoming, USA
Brown et al. (2019), International Journal of Remote Sensing

 

Carnivores

Contemporary livestock–predator themes identified through a Wyoming, USA rancher survey
Windh et al. (2019), Rangelands

Grizzly bear depredation on grazing allotments in the Yellowstone Ecosystem
Wells et al. (2019), Journal of Wildlife Management

Using environmental DNA methods to improve winter surveys for rare carnivores: DNA from snow and improved noninvasive techniques
Franklin et al. (2019), Biological Conservation