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Bolon, NataliePublicationBolon, Natalie A. 1994. Estimates of the values of elk in the Blue Mountains of Oregon and Washington: evidence from the existing literature. USDA Forest Service, PNW Forest and Range Experiment Station, Portland, Oregon. Gen. Tech. Rep. PNW-GTR-316.
Bryant, LarryPublicationBryant, L. D., J. W. Thomas, B. K. Johnson, and J. H. Noyes. 1991. Hunter and Rocky Mountain elk interactions in the Starkey Experimental Forest and Range. Pages 168-173 in A. G. Christensen, J. L. Lyon, and T. N. Lonner, compilers. Proceedings of a symposium on elk vulnerability. Montana State University, Bozeman, Mont
Fried, B.PublicationFried, B. M., R. M. Adams, R. P. Berrens, and O. Bergland. 1995. Willingness to pay for a change in elk hunting quality. Wildlife Society Bulletin 23:680-686.
Fried, B.ThesisFried, B. M. 1992. Using valuation functions to estimate changes in the quallity of a recreational experience: elk hunting in Oregon. Corvallis, OR: Oregon State University. 93 pp. M.S. Thesis.
Johnson, BrucePublicationJohnson, B. K., A. A. Ager, J. H. Noyes, and N. J. Cimon 2005. Elk and mule deer response to variation in hunting pressure. March 20, 2004. Transactions of the North American Wildlife and Natural Resources Conference 69.
Vales, DavidPublicationVales, D. J. 1996. User's Manual for ELKVULN an elk vulnerability, hunter, and population projection program. University of Idaho. 25pp.
Vales, DavidPublicationVales, D. J., R. A. Riggs, and L. Bryant. 1995. A model to estimate elk vulnerability as influenced by hunter density, roads, cover, and topography. Proceedings of the Western States and Provinces 1995 Joint Deer and Elk Workshop, Sun Valley, Idaho.

 
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