Recent & Relevant Literature

Winter 2019


Greater Sage‐grouse vital rates after wildfire
Foster et al. (2018), Journal of Wildlife Management

Weather conditions and date influence male Sage Grouse attendance rates at leks
Fremgen et al. (2019), Ibis

The effects of electric power lines on the breeding ecology of Greater Sage-grouse
Kohl et al. (2019), PLoS ONE
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Greater Sage‐grouse response to bentonite mining
Pratt and Beck (2019), Journal of Wildlife Management

Reconstructing Greater Sage-grouse chick diets: diet selection, body condition, and food availability at brood-rearing sites
Smith et al. (2019), The Condor


Multi-scale habitat selection of elk in response to beetle-killed forest
Lamont et al. (2019), Journal of Wildlife Management

A review of chronic wasting disease in North America with implications for Europe
Mysterud and Edmunds (2019), European Journal of Wildlife Research

Modeling elk‐to‐livestock transmission risk to predict hotspots of brucellosis spillover
Rayl et al. (2019), Journal of Wildlife Management


Novel landscape elements within natural gas fields increase densities but not fitness of an important songbird nest predator
Sanders and Chalfoun (2018), Biological Conservation

Use of visual stimuli increases count estimates for prairie dogs
Boulerice et al. (2019), Wildlife Society Bulletin

Survival estimates and cause of mortality of Golden Eagles in south-central Montana
Crandall et al. (2019), Journal of Raptor Research

Behavioral plasticity modulates temperature-related constraints on foraging time for a montane mammal
Hall and Chalfoun (2019), Journal of Animal Ecology

It’s a trap: optimizing detection of rare small mammals
Harkins et al. (2019), PLoS ONE


Survivability of Wyoming big sagebrush transplants
Clements and Harmon (2019), Rangelands

Reclamation is not the primary determinant of soil recovery from oil and gas development in Wyoming sagebrush systems
Rottler et al. (2019), BioRxiv


Wolverines in winter: indirect habitat loss and functional responses to backcountry recreation
Heinemeyer et al. (2019), Ecosphere

Evaluation of chemical immobilization in captive black bears (Ursus americanus) receiving a combination of Nalbuphine, Medetomidine, and Azaperone
Wolfe et al. (2019), Journal of Wildlife Diseases