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PresentationGarton, E.O.; Leban, F.; Wisdom, M.J.; Johnson, B.K.; Kie, J.G. 2000. Experimental design considerations for radio-telemetry studies. Idaho Chapter of The Wildlife Society, Post Falls, ID.
PublicationGarton, E. O.; Wisdom, M. J.; Leban, F. A.; Johnson, B. K. 2001. Experimental design for radiotelemetry studies. Chapter 2 Pages 15 - 42. in: J. Millspaugh and others, editors. Radio tracking and animal populations. Academic Press.
PublicationLeban, Frederick A., Michael J. Wisdom, Edward O. Garton, Bruce K. Johnson, and John G. Kie. 2001. Effect of sample size on the performance of resource selection analysis. Pages 291 - 307 in J. Millspaugh and others, editors. Radio tracking and animal populations. Academic Press.
Published AbstractLeban et al. 1998. Performance of resource selection models using an elk telemetry data set. Idaho Chapter of The Wildlife Society.
Published AbstractGarton, E.O.; Leban, F.; Wisdom, M.J.; Kie, J.G. 1999. Experimental design for radiotelemetry studies. National Meeting of The Wildlife Society, Austin, Texas.
Published AbstractLeban, F.; Garton, E.O.; Wisdom, M.J.; Kie, J.G. 1999. Performance of resource selection models. National Meeting of the Wildlife Society, Austin, Texas
Published AbstractLeban, Frederick A., Edward O. Garton, Michael J. Wisdom, Bruce K. Johnson, and John G. Kie. 1999. Effect of sample size on the performance of five resource selection methods. Annual Meeting of The Wildlife Society, Austin, Texas, 7-11 September 1999.
ThesisLeban, F.A. 1999. Performance of five resource selection methods under different sampling designs: A case study with elk radio-telemetry data. Moscow, ID: University of Idaho. M.S. Thesis.

 
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