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1137. Albrecht, J., and T. B. Knopp. 1985. Off Road Vehicles - Environmental Impact - Management Response: A Bibliography. Miscellaneous Publication No. 35. Agricultural Experiment Station, University of Minnesota, St. Paul, MN.
712. Arno, S. F. 1998. Fire ecology in Scandinavian forests. Journal of Forestry 96(12): 20-23.
693. Bowman, R., and G. E. Woolfenden. 2002. Nest site selection by Florida Scrub-Jays in natural and human- modified habitats. Wilson Bulletin 114(1): 128-135.
1348. Council, National Research. 2005. Assessing and managing the ecological impacts of paved roads. Committee on Ecological Impacts of Road Density, Board on Environmental Studies and Toxicology, Division on Earth and Life Studies, Transportation Research Board, National Research Council of the National Academies. The National Academies Press, Washington D. C.
1343. Doak, D. F., P. Kareiva, and B. Klepetka. 1994. Modeling population viability for the desert tortoise in the western Mojave Desert. Ecological Applications 4(3): 446-460.
155. Earn, D. J., S. A. Levin, and P. Rohani. 2000. Coherence and conservation. Science 290: 1360-1364.
1421. Executive Order no. 11644 February 8, 1972. 43 - Public Lands. 1972. Use of off-road vehicles on the public lands, Federal Register.
1422. Executive Order no. 11989 (Amendment to EO 11644), May 24, 1977. 1977. Use of off-road vehicles on the public lands, Federal Register.
1337. Federal Highway Administration. 1995. Highway Traffic Noise Analysis and Abatement Policy and Guidance. Federal Highway Administration, Office of Environment and Planning, Washington, D.C.
1467. Issa, Brian. 2003. Development of Guidance and Evaluation Criteria for Off-Highway Vehicle (OHV) Management Planning. M.S. Thesis. University of Oregon, 
188. Kaiser, J. 2001. Bold corridor project confronts political reality. Science 293: 2196-2199.
869. Laurance, W. F., A. K. M. Albernaz, G. Schroth, P. M. Fearnside, S. Bergen, E. M. Venticinque, and C. Da Costa. 2002. Predictors of deforestation in the Brazilian Amazon. Journal of Biogeography 29(5-6): 737-748.
1346. Levy, A. 2005. Where the wildlife meets the road: Public Roads, U.S. Department of Transportation, Federal Highway Administration.
1543. Macie, Edward A., and L. Annie Hermansen (editors). 2002. Human influences on forest ecosystems: the southern wildland-urban influence assessment. General Technical Report GTR-SRS-55. U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Southern Research Station, Asheville, NC.
343. Matchett, John R., Leila Gass, Matthew L. Brooks, Amy M. Mathie, Robert D. Vitales, Michael W. Campagna, David M. Miller, and James F. Weigand. 2004. Spatial and Temporal Patterns of Off-Highway Vehicle Use at the Dove Springs OHV Open Area, California. U.S. Geologic Survey, Sacramento. 17.
324. Meyer & Glitzenstein, Schubert & Associates, and Bluewater Network. 1999. Petition to prohibit snowmobiling and road grooming in National Parks. Meyer and Glitzenstein, Schubert and Associates, Bluewater Network, 60 p.
902. Miller, K. E., T. J. Doonan, and D. Pearson. 2001. Status of the Florida scrub-jay at Cedar Key Scrub State Reserve and vicinity. Proceedings of the Florida Scrub Symposium 2001, Jacksonville, FL, U.S. Department of the Interior, Fish & Wildlife Service.
1408. Pomerantz, Gerri A., Daniel J. Decker, Gary R. Goff, and Ken G. Purdy. 1988. Assessing impact of recreation on wildlife: a classification scheme. Wildlife Society Bulletin 16(1): 58-62.
1382. Rajvanshi, A. , V. B.  Mathur, G. C.  Teleki, and S. K. Mukherjee. 2001. Roads, Sensitive Habitats and Wildlife:  Environmental Guideline for India and South Asia. Wildlife Institute of India, Dehradun, India.
32. Reed, S. E. 2007. Natural and Human Disturbance Factors Influencing Carnivore Distributions and Implications for Conservation. Doctor of Philosophy. UC Berkeley, Berkeley, CA. 226
947. Rempel, R. S., P. C. Elkie, A. R. Rodgers, and M. J. Gluck. 1997. Timber-management and natural-disturbance effects on moose habitat: Landscape evaluation. Journal of Wildlife Management 61(2): 517-524.
1105. Semlitsch, Raymond D., Travis J. Ryan, Kevin Hamed, Matt Chatfield, Bethany Drehman, Nicole Pakarek, Mike Spath, and Angie Watland. 2007. Salamander abundance along road edges and within abandoned logging roads in Appalachian forests. Conservation Biology 21(1): 159-167.
1529. Shafer, C. L. 2000. The northern Yellowstone elk debate: Policy, hypothesis, and implications. Natural Areas Journal 20(4): 342-359.
1444. The Wilderness Society. 2006. Addressing the ecological effects of off-road vehicles (ORV's). Science and Policy Brief 3: 1-16.
1439. U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. 2002. Final Regulatory Support Document: Control of Emissions from Unregulated Nonroad Engines. Environmental Protection Agency, Washington D. C. 
1440. U.S. Forest Service. 2005. Travel Management; Designated Routes and Areas for Motor Vehicle Use. 36 CFR Parts 212, 251, 261, and 295. Federal Register 70(216): U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Washington D.C.
1466. Yankoviak, B. M. 2005. Off-road vehicle policy on USDA National Forests: evaluating user conflicts and travel management. M.S. Thesis. University of Montana, Missoula, MT. 


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