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Ager, AlanPresentationAger, A. and A. Reger. 1993. Software applications for elk habitat management. Invited presentation at the workshop Elk Habitat Management. Oregon Chapter of the Wildlife Society, Newport, Oregon. March 1-2.
Ager, AlanPublicationAger, A. A., B. K. Johnson, P. K. Coe, and M. J. Wisdom 2005. Landscape simulation of foraging by elk, mule deer, and cattle on summer range. March 20, 2004. Transactions of the North American Wildlife and Natural Resources Conference 69.
Ager, AlanPublicationAger, A. A., and R. J. McGaughey. 1997. UTOOLS: microcomputer software for spatial analysis and landscape visualization. U.S. Forest Service General Technical Report PNW GTR-397.
Ager, AlanPublicationAger, A., and M. Hitchcock. 1994. Microcomputer software for calculating elk habitat effectiveness index. Wildlife Society Bulletin 22:126-128.
Ager, AlanPublicationAger, A., and M. Hitchcock. 1992. Microcomputer software for calculating elk habitat effectiveness index in Western Oregon. USDA Forest Service, PNW Forest and Range Experiment Station, Portland, Oregon. General Technical Report PNW-GTR-303.
Ager, AlanPublished AbstractAger, A. A., and B. K. Johnson. 1997. Telvis: Software for viewing and editing wildlife telemetry data. National Meeting of the Wildlife Society, Snowmass, Colorado, 20-23 September.
Ager, AlanPublished AbstractAger, A. A., and B. K. Johnson. 1997. Software for rapid analysis of telemetry data. Forum on Wildlife Telemetry, Snowmass, Colorado, 20-23 September.
Ager, AlanPublished AbstractAger, A., and R.J. McGaughey. 1997. Software for rapid spatial analysis. FAO Forest Harvesting Bulletin, 5(1):8.
Brillinger, DavidPresentationBrillinger, D., Preisler, H., Ager, A. and J. Kie. 2002. An Exploratory Data Analyisis (EDA) of the Paths of Moving Animals. Workshop in Honour of David F. Andrews. May 23-24, 2002. The Fields Institute for Mathematical Sciences, Toronto, CA. (Real Audio - requires Real Audio player).
Brillinger, DavidPresentationBrillinger, D., Preisler, H., Ager, A. and J. Kie. 2002. An Exploratory Data Analyisis (EDA) of the Paths of Moving Animals. Workshop in Honour of David F. Andrews. May 23-24, 2002. The Fields Institute for Mathematical Sciences, Toronto, CA. (Slides)
Brillinger, DavidPresentationBrillinger, D., Preisler, H., Ager, A. and J. Kie. 1998. Analysis of movements of free ranging animals using potential functions. Winter Meeting of the Canadian Mathematical Society. Kingston, Canada.
Brillinger, DavidPresentationBrillinger, D., Preisler, H., Ager, A. and J. Kie. 1998. Etude statistique des meandres des particules. Biennial Meeting of the Brazilian Statistical Society. Caxambu, Brazil.
Brillinger, DavidPresentationBrillinger, D., Preisler, H., Ager, A. and J. Kie. 1998. Including habitat information in animal movement models. Invited talk, Statistics Department, University of Auckland. Auckland, New Zealand.
Brillinger, DavidPresentationBrillinger, D., Preisler, H., Ager, A. and J. Kie. 1999. Estudo estatistico das trajectorias de particulos como as de alces. Biennial Meeting of the Brazilian Mathematical Society. Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
Brillinger, DavidPresentationBrillinger, D., Preisler, H., Ager, A. and J. Kie. 1999. Um exemplo da combinacao de uma analise estatistica do movimento e da informacao de um GIS. Biennial Meeting Brazilian Group on Time Series and Econometrics. Nova Friburgo, Brazil.
Brillinger, DavidPublicationBrillinger, D. R., Preisler, H. K., Ager, A. A., Kie, J. G., and Stewart, B. S. 2002. Employing stochastic differential equations to model wildlife motion. Bulletin of the Brazilian Mathematical Society. 33(3):385-408.
Brillinger, DavidPublicationBrillinger, David R., Haiganoush K. Preisler, Alan A. Ager, John G. Kie, and Brent S. Stewart. 2000. Modelling the movements of free-ranging animals. UCB Statistics Technical Report 610.
Brillinger, DavidPublicationBrillinger, D. R., Preisler, H. K., Ager, A. A., and Kie, J. G. 2004. An exploratory data analysis (EDA) of the paths of moving animals. Journal of Statistical Planning and Inference 122(1-2): 43-63.
Cimon, NormPresentationCimon, N. J. 2004. Measuring average speed of recreation activities. Western Forestry and Conservation Association & PNW Innovation Fair. World Forestry Center, Portland, OR.
Cimon, NormPresentationCimon, Norman J. 2000. Analyzing and predicting traffic on rural roads from vehicle counter data. 4th Annual NE Oregon GIS Conference - GIS in Rural Areas, Pendleton, Oregon, 19 May, 2000. (slides)
Cimon, NormPublicationCimon, N. J., M. J. Wisdom 2005. Accurate velocity estimates from inaccurate GPS data. Remote sensing for field users. Proceedings, American Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing Tenth Biennial Remote Sensing Applications Conference, Salt Lake City, UT. 2004.
Cimon, NormPublicationCimon, N., and P. Coe. 1992. The map machine: using the structured query language to produce precisely tailored maps of telemetry observations. Pages 1-7 in Proceedings of GIS '92 Symposium. Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.
Cook, JohnPublicationCook, J. G., R. A. Riggs, A. R. Tiedemann, L. L. Irwin, and L. D. Bryant. 1994. Large herbivore-vegetative feedback relations in the Blue Mountains ecoregion. Pages 155-159 in W. D. Edge and S. L. Olson-Edge, editors. Proceedings of a symposium on sustaining rangeland ecosystems. Oregon State University Extension Service Special Re
Cook, RachelPublicationCook, 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.
Cook, RachelPublicationCook, 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.
Findholt, ScottPublicationFindholt, S.L.; Johnson, B.K.; Kern, J.W.; Ager, A.A.; McDonald, L.L.; Stussy, R.J. 2002. Adjusting for radiotelemetry error to improve estimates of habitat use. USDA Forest Service Pacific Northwest Research Station PNW-GTR-555.
Findholt, ScottPublicationFindholt, Scott L.; Johnson, Bruce K.; Bryant, Larry D.; Thomas, Jack W. 1996. Corrections for position bias of a LORAN-C radio-telemetry system using DGPS. Northwest Science. 70(3):273-280.
Garton, EdwardPublicationGarton, 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.
Hitchcock, M.PublicationHitchcock, M, and A. Ager. 1992. Microcomputer software for calculating an elk habitat effectiveness index on Blue Mountain winter ranges. USDA Forest Service, PNW Forest and Range Experiment Station, Portland, Oregon. General Technical Report PNW-GTR-301.
Holthausen, RichardPublicationHolthausen, R. S., M. J. Wisdom, J. Pierce, D. K. Edwards, and M. M. Rowland. 1994. Using expert opinion to evaluate a habitat effectiveness model for elk. USDA Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station Research Paper PNW-RP-479, Portland, OR.
Johnson, BrucePublicationJohnson, Bruce K.; Ager, Alan A.; Findholt, Scott L., Wisdom, M. J.; Marx, D., and Bryant, L.D. 1998. Mitigating spatial differences in observation rate of automated telemetry systems. Journal of Wildlife Management. 62(3):958-967.
Johnson, BruceUnpublished ReportJohnson, B. K. 1999. Development and validation of seven empirical models of elk and mule deer resource selection in spring at Starkey Experimental Forest and Range. Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife, La Grande, Oregon.
Leban, FrederickPublicationLeban, 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.
Long, RyanPublicationLong, 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.
Noyes, JamesPublicationNoyes, J. H., B. K. Johnson, R. A. Riggs, M. W. Schlegel, and V. L. Coggins. 2000. Assessing aerial survey methods to estimate elk populations: a case study. Wildlife Society Bulletin 28:636-642.
Preisler, HaiganoushPublicationPreisler, Haiganoush K., David R. Brillinger, Alan A. Ager, and John G. Kie. 1999. Analysis of animal movement using telemetry and GIS data. Proceedings of the American Statistical Association, Section on Statistics and the Environment:100-105.
Rowland, MaryPublicationRowland, M. M.; Wisdom, M. J.; Johnson, B. K.; Kie, J. G. 2000. Elk distribution and modeling in relation to roads. Journal of Wildlife Management 64:672-684.
Stewart, KelleyPublicationStewart, Kelley M., Bowyer, R.Terry, Ruess, Roger W., Dick, Brian L., Kie, John G. 2009. Population density of North American elk: effects on plant diversity. Oecologia 161:2 303-312, 2009.
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.
Vavra, MartinPublicationVavra, M., A. Ager, B. Johnson, M. Wisdom, M. Hemstrom, and R. Riggs. 2004. Modeling the effects of large herbivores. In Hayes, J., A. Ager, & B. James, Ed. Methods for integrated modeling of landscape change: Interior NW Landscape Analysis Sys. Gen. Tech. Rep. PNW-GTR-610. USDA FS, PNW, Portland, OR. Pg 82-103.

 
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