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Starkey Publications: Long, Ryan
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PublicationLong, Ryan A., Rachlow, Janet L., and Kie, John G. 2008. Effects of Season and Scale on Response of Elk and Mule Deer to Habitat Manipulation. Journal of Wildlife Management 72(5):1133-1142, 2008.
PublicationLong, Ryan A., Rachlow, Janet L., Kie, John G. and Vavra, Martin. 2008. Fuels Reduction in a Western Coniferous Forest: Effects on Quantity and Quality of Forage for Elk. Rangeland Ecology and Management 61(3):302-313.
PublicationLong, Ryan, Muir, Johnathan D., Rachlow, Janet L., and Kie, John G. 2009. A Comparison of Two Modeling Approaches for Evaluating Wildlife Habitat Relationships. Journal of Wildlife Managemenent 73(2):294-302, 2009.
PublicationLong, Ryan A., Kie, John G., Bowyer, R. Terry, and Hurley, Mark A. 2009. Resource selection and movements by female mule deer Odocoileus hemionus: effects of reproductive stage. Wildlife Biology 15: 288-298, 2009.
ThesisLong, Ryan. 2007. Fuels reduction in a western coniferous forest: effects on two sympatric ungulates and their habitat. M.S. Thesis, Department of Fish and Wildlife, 140pp. University of Idaho, Moscow, ID.

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