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Spring/Summer 2017


Landscape disturbance models consistently explain variation in ecological integrity across large landscapes
Decker et al. (2017), Ecosphere

Longest sage-grouse migratory behavior sustained by intact pathways
Newton et al. (2017), Journal of Wildlife Management

Developing approaches for linear mixed modeling in landscape genetics through landscape-directed dispersal simulations
Row et al. (2017), Ecology and Evolution

A fuzzy logic approach to analyse the suitability of nesting habitat for greater sage-grouse in western Wyoming
Zabihi et al. (2017), Journal of Spatial Science


The greenscape shapes surfing of resource waves in a large migratory herbivore
Aikens et al. (2017), Ecology Letters

Estimating Loss of Brucella Abortus Antibodies from Age-Specific Serological Data In Elk
Benavides et al. (2017), EcoHealth

Assessment of a strain 19 brucellosis vaccination program in elk
Maichak et al. (2017), Wildlife Society Bulletin

Brucellosis transmission between wildlife and livestock in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem: Inferences from DNA genotyping
O’Brien et al. (2017), Journal of Wildlife Diseases

Mule deer and energy development—Long-term trends of habituation and abundance
Sawyer et al. (2017), Global Change Biology

The extra mile: Ungulate migration distance alters the use of seasonal range and exposure to anthropogenic risk
Sawyer et al. (2016), Ecosphere


Species’ traits help predict small mammal responses to habitat homogenization by an invasive grass
Ceradini and Chalfoun (2017), Ecological Applications

Relationships between gas field development and the presence and abundance of pygmy rabbits in southwestern Wyoming
Germaine et al. (2017), Ecosphere

Predicting above-ground density and distribution of small mammal prey species at large spatial scales
Olson et al. (2017), PloS ONE


Limited evidence on the effectiveness of interventions to reduce livestock predation by large carnivores
Eklund et al. (2017), Scientific Reports

Blood clotting behavior is innately modulated in Ursus americanus during early and late denning relative to summer months
Iles et al. (2017), Journal of Experimental Biology


Herbivore effects on productivity vary by guild: cattle increase mean productivity while wildlife reduce variability
Charles et al. (2017), Ecological Applications

Comparison of Postfire Seeding Practices for Wyoming Big Sagebrush
Ott et al. (2017), Rangeland Ecology & Management

Seed Bank Dynamics of Blowout Penstemon in Relation to Local Patterns of Sand Movement on the Ferris Dunes, Southcentral Wyoming
Tilini et al. (2017), Botany


Assessment of USDA-NRCS rangeland conservation programs: recommendation for an evidence-based conservation platform
Briske et al. (2016), Ecological Applications


Empirical estimation of recreational exploitation of burbot, Lota lota, in the Wind River drainage of Wyoming using a multistate capture–recapture model
Lewandoski et al. (2017), Fisheries Management and Ecology

Quantitative Techniques

Understanding social–ecological vulnerability with Q-methodology: a case study of water-based ecosystem services in Wyoming, USA
Armatas et al. (2016), Sustainability Science