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Starkey Publications for 1995
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Case, R.ThesisCase, R.L. 1995. The ecology of riparian ecosystems of northeast Oregon: Shrub recovery at Meadow Creek and the structure and biomass of headwater upper Grande Ronde ecosystems. Corvallis, OR: Oregon State University. M.S. Thesis.
Cook, JohnPublicationCook, J. G., T. W. Stutzman, C. W. Bowers, K. A. Brenner, and L. L. Irwin. 1995. Spherical densiometers produce biased estimates of forest canopy cover. Wildlife Society Bulletin 23:711-717.
Findholt, ScottPublished AbstractFindholt, S. L., B. Johnson, L. L. McDonald, J. W. Kern, and A. Ager. 1995. Do radio telemetry point or area estimates more accurately describe an animalís habitat? November 9. Joint Conference of the Colonial Waterbird Society and the Pacific Seabird Group, Victoria, B.C.
Findholt, ScottPublished AbstractFindholt, S. L., B. Johnson, L. L. McDonald, J. W. Kern, and A. Ager. 1995. Do radio telemetry point or area estimates more accurately describe an animalís habitat? September 12-17. The Wildlife Society Second Annual Conference, Portland, OR.
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.
Johnson, BrucePublished AbstractJohnson, B. K., A. Ager, S. A. Crim, M. J. Wisdom, S. L. Findholt, and D. Sheehy. 1995. Allocating forage among wild and domestic ungulates: a new approach. May 23-25. Western States and Provinces 1995 Joint Deer and Elk Workshop, Sun Valley, ID.
Johnson, BrucePublished AbstractJohnson, B. K., S. A. Crim, A. Ager, M. J. Wisdom, S. L. Findholt, and D. Sheehy. 1995. A linear programming model for analysis of forage allocation strategies among wild and domestic ungulates. September 12-17. The Wildlife Society Second Annual Conference, Portland, OR.
Johnson, BruceUnpublished ReportJohnson, B. K., S. Findholt, A. Ager, and M. Wisdom. 1995. Spatial variation in performance of the automated animal tracking system at the Starkey Experimental Forest and Range. Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife, La Grande, Oregon, USA.
Noyes, JamesPublished AbstractNoyes, J. H., B. K. Johnson, L. D. Bryant, S. L. Findholt, and J. W. Thomas. 1995. Effects of bull age on conception dates and pregnancy rates of cow elk in Oregon. May 23-25, 1995. Proceedings of the Western States and Provinces 1995 Joint Deer and Elk Workshop, Sun Valley, ID.
Noyes, JamesPublished AbstractNoyes, J. H., B. K. Johnson, L. D. Bryant, S. L. Findholt, and J. W. Thomas. 1995. Effects of male age on elk reproduction in Oregon. September 12-17, 1995. The Wildlife Society Second Annual Conference, Portland, OR.
Riggs, RobertPublicationRiggs, R. A., J. G. Cook, A. Tiedemann, and L. Bryant. 1995. Twenty-seven years of succession in grand fir forests of the Blue Mountains: influences of wild herbivores. Proceedings of the Western States and Provinces 1995 Joint Deer and Elk Workshop, Sun Valley, Idaho. Idaho Department of Fish and Game.
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.
Wisdom, MichaelPublicationWisdom, M. J. 1995. Managing deer and elk as featured species:integration with nongame and the rest of the world. Proceedings of the Western States and Provinces 1995 Joint Deer and Elk Workshop, Sun Valley, Idaho. Idaho Department of Fish and Game.

 
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