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Able, K.P., and B.R. Noon. 1976. The structure of avian communities along elevational gradients in the northwestern United States. (601k) Oecologia 26:275-294.

Andelman, Sandy J., Steve Beissinger, Jean Fitts Cochrane, Leah Gerber, Paola Gomez-Priego, Craig Groves, Jon Haufler, Richard Holthausen, Danny Lee, Lynn Maguire, Barry Noon, Katherine Ralls, and Helen Regan. 2001. Scientific standards for conducting viability assessments under the Nathional Forest Management Act: report and recoomendations of the NCRAS Working Group. (558k) Unpublished Report by the National Center for Ecological Analysis and Synthesis, University of California, Santa Barbara, CA. 160p.

Anonymous. 1998. The Partners in Flight's Landbird Monitoring Strategy. National Monitoring Working Group, Partners in Flight, October 1998. Unpublished report.

Ashton, D.T. 2002. A comparison of abundance and assemblage of lotic amphibians in late-seral and second-growth redwood forests in Humboldt County, California. (2,374k) Arcata, CA: Humboldt State University. M.A. Thesis. 71p.

Azuma, D.L., J.A. Baldwin, and B.R. Noon. 1990. Estimating the occupancy of spotted owl habitat areas by sampling and adjusting for bias. (382k) Berkeley, CA: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Southwest Research Station. Gen. Tech. Rep. PSW-GTR-124. 9p.

Beauchamp, W.D., F. Cooke, C. Loughheed, L.W. Lougheed, C.J. Ralph, and S. Courtney. 1999. Seasonal movements of marbled murrelets: evidence from banded birds. (34k) The Condor 101:671-674.

Biles, C.M., and B.R. Noon. 1990. The spotted owl. (202k) Undergraduate Mathematics Applications Program Journal 11:99-110.

Bingham, B.B., and B.R. Noon. 1997. Mitigation of habitat "Take": application to habitat conservation planning.(798K) Conservation Biology 11(1):127-139.

Bingham, B.B., and B.R. Noon. 1997. The use of core areas in comprehensive mitigation strategies. (47k) Conservation Biology 12(1):241-243.

Bingham, B.B., and J.O. Sawyer, Jr. 1992. Canopy structure and tree condition of young, mature, and old-growth Douglas-fir/hardwood forests. (472k) Pages 141-149 in: Harris, R.R.; Erman, D.E., (Technical Coordinators). Proceedings of the Symposium on Biodiversity of Northwestern California; 1991 October 28-30, Santa Rosa, CA. Berkeley, CA: University of California, Wildland Resources Center Report No. 29

Bingham, B.B., and J.O. Sawyer, Jr. 1991. Distinctive features and definitions of young, mature, and old-growth Douglas-fir/hardwood forests. Pages 363-377 in: Ruggeiro, L.F.; Aubry, K.B.; Carey, A.B.; Huff, M.H., (Technical Coordinators). Wildlife and Vegetation of Unmanaged Douglas-fir Forests. General Technical Report PNW-GTR-285. Portland, OR: USDA, Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station.

Blakesley, J.A., A.B. Franklin, and R.J. Gutierrez. 1990. Sexual dimorphism in northern spotted owls from northwest California.(198K) J. Field Ornithol., 61(3):320-327.

Blakesley, J.A., A.B. Franklin, and R.J. Gutierrez. 1992. Spotted owl roost and nest site selection in northwestern California.(259K) Journal of Wildlife Management 56(2):388-392.

Buskirk, S.W., and W.J. Zielinski.  1997.  American marten (Martes americana) ecology and conservation.(57k)   Pages 17-22 in J.E. Harris, and C.V. Ogan, (eds.),  Mesocarnivores of northern California:  biology, management, and survey techniques, workshop manual. (3,354k) August 12-15, 1997, Humboldt State University, Arcata, CA.  The Wildlife Society, California North Coast Chapter, Arcata, CA  127 p.

Carroll, C., W.J. Zielinski, and R.F. Noss. 1999. Using presence/absence data to build and test spatial habitat models for the fisher in the Klamath region, U.S.A. (439k) Conservation Biology 13(6):1344-1359.

Conroy, M.J., and B.R. Noon. 1996. Mapping of species richness for conservation of biological diversity: conceptual and methodological issues. (281k) Ecological Applications 6(3):763-773.

Cooperrider, A., R.F. Noss, H.H. Welsh, Jr., C. Carroll, W. Zielinski, D. Olson, S.K. Nelson, and B.G. Marcot. 2000. Terrestrial fauna of redwood forests. (136k) Pages 119-163 in R.F. Noss, ed., The Redwood Forest: History, Ecology, and Conservation of the Coast Redwoods. Island Press, Covelo, California.

Drew, R. E., J. G. Hallett, K. B. Aubry, K. W. Cullings, S. M. Koepf, and W. J. Zielinski. 2003. Conservation genetics of the fisher (Martes pennanti) based on mitochondrial DNA sequencing. (518k) Molecular Ecology 12: 51-62.

Dunning, J.B., Jr., D.J. Stewart, B.J. Danielson, B.R. Noon, T.L. Root, R.H. Lamberson, and E.E. Stevens. 1995. Spatially explicit population models: current forms and future uses. (89k) Ecological Applications 5(1):3-11.

Fancy, S.G., and C.J. Ralph. 1997. 'Apapane (Himatione sanguinea). (502k) In The Birds of North America, No. 296 (A. Poole and F. Gill, eds.). The Academy of Natural Sciences, Philadelphia, PA, and the American Ornithologists' Union, Washington, D.C.

Fancy, S.G., and C.J. Ralph. 1998. 'I'iwi (Vestiaria coccinea). (443k) The Birds of North America, Inc. No. 327. 16 p.

Franklin, A.B., R.J. Gutierrez, B.R. Noon, and J.P. Ward, Jr. 1996. Demographic characteristics and trends of northern spotted owl populations in northwestern California. (537K) Pages 83-91 in: Forsman, E.D.; S. DeStefano; M.G. Raphael; R.J. Gutierrez, eds., Demography of the Northern Spotted Owl. Studies in Avian Biology No. 17. Allen Press, Inc., Lawrence, Kansas.

Fuller, D.D., and A.J. Lind. 1992. Implications of fish habitat improvement structures for other stream vertebrates. (174k) Pages 96-104 in: Harris, R.; Erman, D., eds., Proceeding of the Symposium on Biodiversity of Northwestern California; 1991 October 28-30; Santa Rosa, CA.

Gellman, S.T., and W.J. Zielinski. 1996. Use by bats of old-growth redwood hollows on the North Coast of California. (134k) Journal of Mammalogy 77(1):255-265.

Glickman, S.E., C.J. Zabel, S.I. Yoerg, M.L. Weldele, C.M. Drea, and L.G. Frank. 1999. Social facilitation, affiliation, and dominance in the social life of spotted hyenas. (163K) Pages 131-140 in C.S. Carter, I.I. Lederhendler, and B. Kirkpatrick, (eds.), The Integrative Neurobiology of Affiliation. The MIT Press, Cambridge, Massachusetts. 418 p.

Gutiérrez, R.J., J. Verner, K.S. McKelvey, B.R. Noon, G.N. Steger, D.R. Call, W.S. LaHaye, B.B. Bingham, and J.S. Senser. 1992. Habitat relations of the California spotted owl. Chapter 5; Pages 79-98 in: The California Spotted Owl: A Technical Assessment of its Current Status. Albany, CA: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Southwest Research Station; Gen. Tech. Rep. PSW-GTR-133.

Harris, J.E., and C.V. Ogan, eds.  1997.  Mesocarnivores of northern California:  biology, management, and survey techniques, workshop manual.  (3,320k) August 12-15, 1997, Humboldt State University, Arcata, CA.  The Wildlife Society, California North Coast Chapter, Arcata, CA  127 p.

Holthausen, R.S., M.G. Raphael, K.S. McKelvey, E.D. Forsman, E.E. Starkey, and D.E. Seaman. 1995. The contribution of federal and non-federal habitat to persistence of the northern spotted owl on the Olympic Peninsula, Washington: report of the Reanalysis Team. (1,996k)Portland, OR: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station; Gen. Tech. Rep. PNW-GTR-352, 68p.

Husari, S.J., and K.S. McKelvey. 1996. Fire-management policies and programs. (676k) Pages 1101-1118 in: Sierra Nevada Ecosystem Project, Final Report to Congress, Vol. II, Assessments and Scientific Basis for Management Options. Davis, CA: University of California, Centers for Water and Wildland Resources. Report No. 37.

Karraker, N.E. 1999. Rhyacotriton variegatus (southern torrent salamander) nest site. (14k)Herpetological review 30(3):160-161.

Karraker, Nancy E. 2001. ASCAPHUS TRUEI (Tailed frog). PREDATION. (92k) Herpetological Review 32(2):100.

Karraker, Nancy E. 2001. String theory: reducing mortality of mammals in pitfall traps. (454k) Wildlife Society Bulletin 29(4):1158-1162.

Karraker, N.E., and G.S. Beyersdorf. 1997. A tailed frog (Ascaphus truei) nest site in northwestern California. (18k) Northwestern Naturalist 78(3):110-111.

Koehler, G.M., J.A. Blakesley, and T.W. Koehler. 1990. Marten use of successional forest stages during winter in north-central Washington. Northwestern Naturalist 71:1-4.

Krohn, W.B., W.J. Zielinski, and R.B. Boone. 1997. Relations among fishers, snow, and martens in California: results from small-scale spatial comparisons. (621K)Pages 211-232 in Proulx, G., H.N. Bryant, and P.M. Woodard, eds., Martes: taxonomy, ecology, techniques and management. Proceedings of the Second International Martes Symposium. August 12-16, 1995, Provincial Museum of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.

Kucera, T.E., A.M. Soukkala, A.M., and W.J. Zielinski. 1995. Photographic bait stations. Pages 25-62 in: Zielinski, W.J.; Kucera, T.E., eds., American Marten, Fisher, Lynx, and Wolverine: Survey Methods for Their Detection. Albany, CA: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Southwest Research Station; Gen. Tech. Rep. PSW-GTR-157.

Kucera, T.E., and W.J. Zielinski. 1995. Current distribution of the American marten, Martes americana, in California. (127k) California Fish and Game 81:96-103.

Kucera, T.E., and W.J. Zielinski. 1995. The case of forest carnivores: small packages big worries. (396K) Endangered Species UPDATE 12(3):1-7.

Lamberson, R.H., R.W. McKelvey, B.R. Noon, and C. Voss. 1992. A dynamic analysis of northern spotted owl viability in a fragmented forest landscape. (162K) Conservation Biology 6(4):505-512.

Lamberson, R.H., B.R. Noon, C. Voss, and K.S. McKelvey. 1994. Reserve design for territorial species: the effects of patch size and spacing on the viability of the northern spotted owl. (231K) Conservation Biology 8:185-195.

Lee, Danny C., and Bruce E. Rieman. 1997. Population viability assessment of salmonids by using probabilistic networks. (556k) North American Journal of Fisheries Management 17:1144-1157.

Lee, Danny C., James R. Sedell, Bruce E. Rieman, Russell F. Thurow, and Jack E. Williams. 1998. Aquatic species and habitats. (1,991k) Journal of Forestry 96(10):16-21.

Lewis, J.C., and W.J. Zielinski. 1996. Historical harvest and incidental capture of fishers in California. (124k) Northwest Science 70(4):291-297.

Lind, A.J. 1990. Ontogenetic changes in the foraging behavior, habitat use, and food habitat of the western aquatic garter snake, Thamnophis couchii, at Hurdygurdy Creek, Del Norte County, California. (396k) Arcata, CA: Humboldt State University. M.S. thesis. 50p.

Lind, A.J., and H.H. Welsh, Jr. 1990. Predation by Thamnophis couchii on Dicamptodon ensatus. (32k) Journal of Herpetology 24:104-106.

Lind, A.J., and H.H. Welsh, Jr. 1990. Thamnophis ordinoides. (16k) Reproduction. Herpetological Review 21:64.

Lind, A.J., and H.H. Welsh, Jr. 1994. Ontogenetic changes in the foraging behavior and habitat use of the Oregon garter snake, Thamnophis atratus hydrophilus. (188k) Animal Behavior 48:1261-1273.

Lind, A.J., H.H. Welsh, Jr., and R.A. Wilson. 1996. The effects of a dam on breeding habitat and egg survival of the foothill yellow-legged frog (Rana boylii). (518k) Herpetological Review 27(2):62-67.

Long, Linda L., and C. John Ralph. 2001. Dynamics of habitat use by shorebirds in estuarine and agricultural habitats in northwestern California. (421k) Wilson Bulletin 113(1):41-52.

Lyon, L.J., K.B. Aubry, W.J. Zielinski, S.W. Buskirk, and L.F. Ruggiero. 1994. The scientific basis for conserving forest carnivores: considerations for management. Pages 128-137 in: Ruggiero, L.F.; Aubry, K.B.; Buskirk, S.W.; Lyon, L.J.; and Zielinski, W.J., Comps., eds., The Scientific Basis for Conserving forest Carnivores: American Marten, Fisher, Lynx, and Wolverine in the Western United States. Fort Collins, CO: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station; GTR-RM-254.

Madsen, S., D. Evans, T. Hamer, P. Hensen, S. Miller, S.K. Nelson, D. Roby, and M. Stapanian. 1997. Marbled murrelet effectiveness monitoring plan for the northwest forest plan. (1,596k) Final Report, November.

Male, T.D., S.G. Fancy, and C.J. Ralph. 1998. Red-billed Leiothrix (Leiothrix lutea). (336k) The Birds of North America, Inc. No. 359. 12 p.

Manley, P., and A.J. Lind. 1998. Development of an ecosystem monitoring plan for the Sierra Neveda. (198k) Watershed Management Council Newsletter. Spring.

Manley, P.N., W.J. Zielinski, C.M. Stuart, J.J. Keane, A.J. Lind, C. Brown, B.L. Plymale, and C.O. Napper. 2000. Monitoring ecosystems in the Sierra Nevada: the conceptual model foundation. (123k) Environmental Monitoring and Assessment 64(1):139-152.

Mazurek, M.J., and William J. Zielinski. 2004. Individual legacy trees influence vertebrate wildlife diversity in commercial forests. (184k). Forest Ecology and Management 193 (2004) 321–334 14p.

Mazurek, M.J., and William J. Zielinski. 2003. The Importance of the Individual Legacy Old-growth Tree in the Maintenance of Biodiversity in Commercial Redwood Forests.. (1,273k). Unpublished Final Report, April 29, 2003. USDA Forest Service, Pacific Southwest Research Station, Arcata, CA 40p.

McKelvey, K.S., and K.K. Busse. 1996. Twentieth-century fire patterns on forest service lands. (1,610k) Pages 1119-1138 in: Sierra Nevada Ecosystem Project, Final Report to Congress, Vol. II, Assessments and Scientific Basis for Management Options. Davis, CA: University of California, Centers for Water and Wildland Resources. Report No. 37.

McKelvey, K.S., and J.D. Johnston. 1992. Historical perspectives on forests of the Sierra Nevada and the transverse ranges of southern California; forest conditions at the turn of the century. Chapter 11; Pages 225-246 in: The California Spotted Owl: A Technical Assessment of its Current Status. Albany, CA: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Southwest Research Station; Gen. Tech. Rep. PSW-GTR-133.

McKelvey, K.S., and R.H. Lamberson. 1994. Random entry forestry: timber management in a time of species conservation. (207k) Natural Resource Modeling 8(1):81-93.

McKelvey, K.S., B.R. Noon, and R.H. Lamberson, 1993. Conservation planning for species occupying fragmented landscapes: the case of the northern spotted owl. (431k) Pages 424-450 in: Kareiva, P.M.; Kingsolver, J.G.; Huey, R.B., comps., eds. Biotic Interactions and Global Change. Sunderland, Massachuseets: Sinauer Assoc., Inc.

McKelvey, K.S., C.N. Skinner, C. Chang, D.C. Erman, S.J. Husari, D.J. Parsons, J.W. van Wagtendonk, and C.P. Weatherspoon. 1996. An overview of fire in the Sierra Nevada. (56k) Pages 1033-1040 in: Sierra Nevada Ecosystem Project, Final Report to Congress, Vol. II, Assessments and Scientific Basis for Management Options. Davis, CA: University of California, Centers for Water and Wildland Resources. Report No. 37.

McKelvey, K.S., and C.P. Weatherspoon. 1992. Projected trends in owl habitat. Chapter 13; Pages 261-273 in: The California Spotted Owl: A Technical Assessment of its Current Status. Albany, CA: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Southwest Research Station; Gen. Tech. Rep. PSW-GTR-133.

Miller, S.L., M.A. Gregg, A.R. Kuritsubo, S.M. Combs, M.K. Murdock, B.R. Noon, and R.G. Botzler. 1988. Morphometric variation in Tundra swans: relationships among age and sex classes. (199k) Condor 90:802-815.

Miller, S.L., C.B. Meyer, and C.J. Ralph. 2000. Landscape and seascape patterns associated with marbled murrelet offshore abundance. (15k) (Abstract) Pacific Seabirds 27(1):43.

Miller, Sherri L., Carolyn B. Meyer, and C. John Ralph. 2002. Land and seascape patterns associated with marbled murrelet abundance offshore. (451k) Waterbirds 25(1):100-108.

Miller, S.L., and C.J. Ralph. 1994. The relationship of marbled murrelet activity levels and behaviors with habitat characteristics of forest stands in California. (137k)(Abstract) Pacific Seabirds 21:45. [Yurok]

Miller, S.L., and C.J. Ralph. 1995. Relationship of marbled murrelets with habitat characteristics at inland sites in California. (594k) Pages 205-218 in: Ralph, C.J.; Hunt, G.L., Jr.; Raphael, M.G.; Piatt, J.F., comps., eds. Ecology and Conservation of the Marbled Murrelet. Albany, CA: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Southwest Research Station; Gen. Tech. Rep. PSW-GTR-152. [Yurok]

Miller, S.L., and C.J. Ralph. 1996. Relationship of marbled murrelets with habitat characteristics in redwood forest in northwestern California. (62k) Pages 127-130 in: LeBlanc, John, ed., Conference on Coast Redwood Forest Ecology and Management, 1996 June 18-20, Humboldt State Univ., Arcata, CA. [Yurok]

Mulder, B.S., B.R. Noon, A.R. Olsen, C.J. Palmer, M.G. Raphael, G.H. Reevers, T.A. Spies, and H.H. Welsh, Jr. 1999. The strategy and design of the monitoring program for the Northwest Forest Plan. General Technical Report, PNW-GTR-437, Portland, OR: Pacific Northwest Research Station, Forest Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture.

Murphy, D.D., and B.R. Noon. 1991. Coping with uncertainty in wildlife biology. (159k) Journal of Wildlife Management 55(4):773-782.

Murphy, D.D., and B.R. Noon. 1991. Exorcising ambiguity from the endangered species act: critical habitat as an example. (19k) Endangered Species UPDATE 8(12):6.

Murphy, D.D., and B.R. Noon. 1992. Integrating scientific methods with habitat conservation planning: reserve design for northern spotted owls. (351k) Ecological Applications 2(1):3-17.

Naslund, N.L., and B.P. O'Donnell. 1995. Daily patterns of the marbled murrelet activity at inland sites. (267k) Pages 129-134 in: Ralph, C.J.; Hunt, G.L., Jr.; Raphael, M.G.; Piatt, J.F., comps., eds., Ecology and Conservation of the Marbled Murrelet. Albany, CA: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Southwest Research Station; Gen. Tech. Rep. PSW-GTR-152. [Yurok]

Noon, B.R. 1993. Review of: wildlife habitat relationships: concepts and applications, by M.L. Morrison, B.G. Marcot, and R.W. Mannan. (100k) Journal of Wildlife Management 57:934-936.

Noon, B.R. 1995. Review of "saving nature's legacy: protecting and restoring biodiversity". (52k) Illahee 10:328-329.

Noon, B.R., and C.M. Biles. 1990. Mathematical demography of spotted owls in the Pacific Northwest. (270k) Journal of Wildlife Management 54:18-27.

Noon, B.R., and W.M. Block. 1990. Analytical considerations for study design. (104k) Pages 126-133 in: Morrison, M.L.; Ralph, C.J.; Verner, J.; Jehl, J.R., eds., Avian Foraging: Theory, Methodology, and Applications. Studies in Avian Biology. Issue 13.

Noon, B.R., and K.S. McKelvey. 1992. Stability properties of the spotted owl metapopulation in southern California. Chapter 9; Pages 187-206 in: The California Spotted Owl: A Technical Assessment of its Current Status. Albany, CA: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Southwest Research Station; Gen. Tech. Rep. PSW-GTR-133.

Noon, B.R., and K.S. McKelvey. 1996. Management of the spotted owl: a case history in conservation biology.(541K) Annu. Rev. Ecol. Syst. 27:135-162.

Noon, B.R., and K.S. McKelvey. 1996. A common framework for conservation planning: linking individual and metapopulation models. (625k) McCullough, ed., Metapopulations and Wildlife Conservation. Island Press, Washington, D.C.

Noon, B.R., K.S. McKelvey, D.W. Lutz, W.S. LaHaye, R.J. Gutierrez, and C.A. Moen. 1992. Estimates of demographic parameters and rates of population change. Chapter 8; Pages 175-186 in: The California Spotted Owl: A Technical Assessment of its Current Status. Albany, CA: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Southwest Research Station; Gen. Tech. Rep. PSW-GTR-133.

Noon, B.R., K.S. McKelvey, and D.D. Murphy. 1997. Developing an analytical context for multispecies conservation planning. (654k) Pages 43-59 in: Pickett, S.T.A.; Ostfeld, R.S.; Shachak, M.; Likens, G.E., eds., The Ecological Basis of Conservation: Heterogeneity, Ecosystems, and Biodiversity. New York, NY. Chapman and Hall.

Noon, B.R., and D.D. Murphy. 1994. Management of the spotted owl: experiences in science, policy, politics, and litigation. (202k)Pages 380-388 in: Meffe, G.; Carroll, R., comps., eds., Principles of Conservation Biology. Sunderland, Massachusetts: Sinauer Associates.

Noon, B.R., and J.R. Sauer. 1992. Population models for passerine birds: structure, parameterization, and analysis. 431k Pages 441-464 in: McCullough, D.R.; Barrett, R.H., eds., Wildlife 2001: Populations. London, England. Elsevier Applied Science.

Noon, B.R., and K. Young. 1991. Evidence of continuing worldwide declines in bird populations: insights from an international conference in New Zealand. (24k) Conservation Biology 5:141-143.

O'Donnell, B.P. 1995. A review of the effects of the station placement and observer bias in detection of marbled murrelets in forest stands. (72k) Pages 139-140 in: Ralph, C.J.; Hunt, G.L., Jr.; Raphael, M.G.; Piatt, J.F., comps., eds., Ecology and Conservation of the Marbled Murrelet. Albany, CA: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Southwest Research Station; Gen. Tech. Rep. PSW-GTR-152.

O'Donnell, B.P., N.L. Naslund, and C.J. Ralph. 1995. Patterns of seasonal variation of activity of marbled murrelets in forested stands. 850k Pages 117-128 in: Ralph, C.J.; Hunt, G.L., Jr.; Raphael, M.G.; Piatt, J.F., comps., eds., Ecology and Conservation of the Marbled Murrelet. Albany, CA: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Southwest Research Station; Gen. Tech. Rep. PSW-GTR-152. [Yurok]

Ogan, C.V., and R.M. Jurek.  1997.  Biology and Ecology of feral, free-roaming, and stray cats. (55k)   Pages 87-92 in J.E. Harris, and C.V. Ogan, (eds.),  Mesocarnivores of northern California:  biology, management, and survey techniques, workshop manual. (3,354k) August 12-15, 1997, Humboldt State University, Arcata, CA.  The Wildlife Society, California North Coast Chapter, Arcata, CA  127 p.

Ollivier, L.M., and H.H. Welsh, Jr. 2003. Determining Sex and Life Stage of Del Norte Salamanders from External Cues. (229K) Northwest Naturalist 84:129-134. 6 p.

Ollivier, L.M., Dave Clayton, and H.W. Welsh, Jr. 2002. An investigation of the effects of a Shaded Fuel break on Siskiyou Mountain Salamander (Plethodon stormi) abundance and site microclimate. (1,700k) Unpublished final report, September 3, 2002. Arcata, CA: USDA Forest Service, Pacific Southwest Research Station and USDI Fish and Wildlife Service, Oregon Fish and Wildlife Office, Portland, Oregon. 21p.

Paton, P.W.C., D.P. Fellows, and P.Q. Tomich. 1986. Distribution of cattle egret roosts in Hawaii with notes on the problems egrets pose to airports. (470k) Elepaio 46(12):143-147.

Paton, P.W.C., and C.J. Ralph. 1990. Distribution of the marbled murrelet at inland sites in California. (197K) Northwestern Naturalist 71:72-84. [Yurok]

Paton, P.W.C., C.J. Ralph, and R.A. Erickson. 1992. Use of an inland site in northwestern California by marbled murrelets. (525k) Proceedings of the Western Found. of Vert. Zool. 5(1):109-116.

Paton, Peter W.C., C.John Ralph, Harry R. Carter, and S. Kim Nelson. 1990. Surveying marbled murrelets at inland forested sites: a guide. (842k) Berkeley, CA: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Southwest Research Station. Gen. Tech. Rep. PSW-120. 9p.

Paton, P.W.C., C.J. Ralph, and J. Seay. 1992. A mist net design for capturing marbled murrelets. (168k) North American Bird Bander 16(4):123-126.

Paton, P.W.C., C.J. Zabel, D.L. Neal, G.N. Steger, N.G. Tilghman, and B.R. Noon. 1991. Effects of radio tags on spotted owls.(145K) Journal of Wildlife Management 55(4):617-622.

Peters, R., D.M. Waller, B. Noon, S.T.A. Pickett, D. Murphy, J. Cracraft, R. Kiester, W. Kuhlmann, O. Houck, and W.J. Snape, III. 1997. Standard scientific procedures for implementing ecosystem management on public lands. (200k) Pages 320-336 in: Pickett, S.T.A.; Ostfeld, R.S.; Shachak, M.; Likens, G.E., eds., The Ecological Basis of Conservation: Heterogeneity, Ecosystems, and Biodiversity. Chapman and Hall, New York, NY.

Powell, R.A., and W.J. Zielinski. 1994. Fisher. Pages 38-73 in: Ruggiero, L.F.; Aubry, K.B.; Buskirk, S.W.; Lyon, L.J.; and Zielinski, W.J., Comps., eds., The Scientific Basis for Conserving Forest Carnivores: American Marten, Fisher, Lynx, and Wolverine in the Western United States. Fort Collins, CO: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station; GTR-RM-254.

Ralph, C.J. 1995. Interannual differences in detections of marbled murrelets in some inland California stands. (40k) Pages 135-138 in: Ralph, C.J.; Hunt, G.L., Jr.; Raphael, M.G.; Piatt, J.F., comps., eds. Ecology and Conservation of the Marbled Murrelet. Albany, CA: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Southwest Research Station; Gen. Tech. Rep. PSW-GTR-152. [Yurok]

Ralph, C.J. 2000. The 10 biggest challenges in bird inventory and monitoring. (35k) Bird Conservation 13:12.

Ralph, C. John, and Gregory S. Butcher. 1997. Monitoring landbirds in the Americas. A report of the Monitoring Working Group of Partners in Flight -- COMPAÑEROS EN VUELO. February 24, 1997. Unpublished report.

Ralph, C.J., and S.G. Fancy. 1994. Demography and movements of the Omao (Myadestes obscurus). (172k) Condor 96:503-511.

Ralph, C.J., and S.G. Fancy. 1994. Timing of breeding and molting in six species of Hawaiian honeycreepers. (302k) Condor 96:151-161.

Ralph, C.J., and S.G. Fancy. 1995. Demography and movements of Apapane and Iiwi in Hawaii. (210k) Condor 97:729-742.

Ralph, C.J., and S.G. Fancy. 1996. Aspects of the life history and foraging of the endangered Akiapolaau. (144K) Condor 98:312-321.

Ralph, C.J., S.G. Fancy, and T.D. Male. 1998. Demography of an introduced red-billed Leiothrix population in Hawaii.(148K) The Condor 100:468-473.

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Zielinski, W.J. 1997. Monitoring mesocarnivore population status. (77k) Pages 119-127 in: J. Harris, and C. Ogan (eds.), Mesocarnivores of Northern California: Biology, Management, and Survey Techniques. (3,354k) August 12-15, 1997, Humboldt State University, Arcata, CA.  The Wildlife Society, California North Coast Chapter, Arcata, CA  127 p.

Zielinski, W.J. 2000. Weasels and martens - carnivores in northern latitudes. (262k) Pages 95-118 in S. Halle, and N.C. Stenseth, eds., Activity patterns in small mammals. Ecological Studies, Vol. 141. Springer-Verlag, Berlin Heidelberg.

Zielinski, W.J., N.P. Duncan, E.C. Farmer, R.L. Truex, A.P. Clevenger, and R.H. Barrett. 1999. Diet of fishers (Martes pennanti) at the southernmost extent of their range. (130k) Journal of Mammalogy 80:961-971.

Zielinski, W.J., and S.T. Gellman. 1998. Bat use of remnant old-growth redwood stands.(235K) Conservation Biology 13(1):160-167.

Zielinski, W.J., and T.E. Kucera. 1995. American Marten, Fisher, Lynx, and Wolverine: Survey Methods for Their Detection. Albany, CA: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Southwest Research Station; Gen. Tech. Rep. PSW-GTR-157: 163p.

Zielinski, W.J., and T.E. Kucera. 1995. Introduction to detection and survey methods. Pages 1-15 in: Zielinski, W.J.; Kucera, T.E., eds., American Marten, Fisher, Lynx, and Wolverine: Survey Methods for Their Detection. Albany, CA: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Southwest Research Station; Gen. Tech. Rep. PSW-GTR-157.

Zielinski, W.J., T.E. Kucera, and R.H. Barrett.  1995.  Current distribution of the fisher, Martes pennanti, in California.(150K)  California Fish and Game 81(3):104-112.

Zielinski, W.J., T.E. Kucera, and J.C. Halfpenny. 1995. Definition and distribution of sampling units. Pages 17-24 in: Zielinski, W.J.; Kucera, T.E., eds., American Marten, Fisher, Lynx, and Wolverine: Survey Methods for Their Detection. Albany, CA: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Southwest Research Station; Gen. Tech. Rep. PSW-GTR-157.

Zielinski, William J., Keith M. Slauson, Carlos R. Carroll, Christopher J. Kent, and Donald G. Kudrna. 2001. Status of American martens in coastal forests of the Pacific states. (222k) Journal of Mammalogy 82(2):478-490.

Zielinski, W.J., and H.B. Stauffer.  1996.  Monitoring Martes populations in California:  survey design and power analysis.(706K)  Ecological Applications 6(4):1254-1267.

Zielinski, W.J., R.L. Truex, L.A. Campbell, C.R. Carroll, and F.V. Schlexer. 2000. Systematic surveys as a basis for the conservation of carnivores in California forests. (1,421k) Unpublished Report.

Zielinski, W.J., R.L. Truex, C.V. Ogan, and K. Busse.  1997. Detection surveys for fishers and American martens in California, 1989-1994:  summary and interpretations.(419K)  Pages 372-392 in G. Proulx, H.N. Bryant, and P.M. Woodard, (eds.), Martes: taxonomy, ecology, techniques, and management.  Provincial Museum of alberta, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.

Zielinski, W.J., and J.G. Vandenbergh. 1993. Testosterone and competitive ability in male house mice, Mus musculus: laboratory and field studies. (341k) Animal Behaviour 45:873-891.


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