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Starkey Publications: Cook, Rachel
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PresentationCook, R. C. 2000. Validation of nutritional condition indices for Rocky Mountain elk. March 6-10, Annual meeting of the Northwest Section of The Wildlife Society, Post Falls, Idaho.
PublicationCook, R. C., J. G. Cook, D. L. Murray, P. Zager, and S. L. Monfort. 2001. Nutritional influences on breeding dynamics in elk. Canadian Journal of Zoology 79:845-853.
PublicationCook, R. C., J. G. Cook, D. L. Murray, P. Zager, B. K. Johnson, and M. W. Gratson. 2001. Development of predictive models of nutritional condition for Rocky Mountain elk. Journal of Wildlife Management 65:973-987.
PublicationCook, R. C., J. G. Cook, D. L. Murray, P. Zager, B. K. Johnson, and M. W. Gratson. 2001. Nutritional condition models for elk: which are the most sensitive, accurate, and precise. Journal of Wildlife Management 65:988-997.
PublicationCook, J. G., B. K. Johnson, R. C. Cook, R. A. Riggs, T. DelCurto, L. D. Bryant, L. L. Irwin 2004. Effects of summer-autumn nutrition and parturition date on reproduction and survival of elk. Wildlife Monographs 155:1-61
PublicationCook, R. C., J. G. Cook, D. L. Murray, P. Zager, B. K. Johnson, and M. W. Gratson 2005. Nutritional condition indices for elk: The good (and less good), the bad, and the ugly. March 20, 2004. Transactions of the North American Wildlife and Natural Resources Conference 69.
PublicationCook, J. G., B. K. Johnson, R. C. Cook, R. A. Riggs, T. DelCurto, L. D. Bryant, and L. L. Irwin 2005. Nutrition and parturition date effects elk: Potential implications for research and management. March 20, 2004. Transactions of the North American Wildlife and Natural Resources Conference 69.
ThesisCook, R. C. 2000. Studies of body condition and reproductive physiology in Rocky Mountain elk. Moscow, ID: University of Idaho. MS Thesis.

 
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