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Starkey Publications for Population Dynamics
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Cook, JohnPresentationCook, J. G. 1999. Elk herd declines in the Northwest: Extent and potential causes. November, Annual meeting of the Idaho Elk Breeder’s Association. Moscow, Idaho.
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.
Noyes, JamesPublicationNoyes, J. H., B. K. Johnson, L. D. Bryant, S. L. Findholt, and J. W. Thomas. 1996. Effects of bull age on conception dates and pregnancy rates of cow elk. Journal of Wildlife Management 60:508-517.
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.
Noyes, JamesPublicationNoyes, J.H.; Johnson, B.K.; Dick, B.L.; Kie, J.G. 2002. Effects of male age and female nutritional condition on elk reproduction. Journal of Wildlife Management. 66(4): 1301-1307.
Vales, DavidPublicationVales, D. J. 1996. User's Manual for ELKVULN an elk vulnerability, hunter, and population projection program. University of Idaho. 25pp.

 
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