• Publications
  • Influence
Breeding Ecology of Greater Prairie-chickens (Tympanuchus cupido) in Relation to Prairie Landscape Configuration
Abstract To better understand the role of prairie landscape configuration on the population dynamics and conservation of greater prairie-chickens, we compared population trends and breeding ecologyExpand
  • 43
  • 6
Wildlife-Caused Losses for Producers of Channel Catfish Ictalurus punctatus in 1996
The National Agricultural Statistics Service surveyed by telephone and mail in January and February 1997 all known producers of channel catfish letalurus punctatus to acquire current informationExpand
  • 28
  • 5
Radio transmitters bias estimation of movements and survival
During 1987 and 1988, we tested the hypotheses that radio transmitter size (14 vs. 18-22 g) and signal strength (1-stage vs. 2-stage) had no effect on estimates of survival, movement, or home rangeExpand
  • 44
  • 2
Estimation of Jack Rabbit Density: Methodology Makes a Difference
Linear, horseback transects produced density estimates of black-tailed jack rabbits (Lepus californicus) 71% greater than square, walked transects in shrub habitat in northern Utah. Higher densityExpand
  • 16
  • 2
  • PDF
Tests of the Assumptions Underlying Life Table Methods for Estimating Parameters from Cohort Data
Since the late 1940's, life table methods have been used to estimate annual, age-specific mortality rates from tagged or banded animal populations. Deterministic methods in the form of a dynamic orExpand
  • 50
  • 1
Habitat structure and predators: choices and consequences for rodent habitat specialists and generalists
SummaryBoth habitat structure and risk of predation are thought to influence rodent community composition in different habitats, but experiments on the degree to which these factors determine the useExpand
  • 40
  • 1
Are wildlife-caused losses of agriculture increasing?
Author(s): Wywialowski, Alice P. | Abstract: Both the percent of producers reporting and the value of wildlife-caused losses increased from 1989 to 1994. In 1994, 58% of respondents reportedExpand
  • 7
RIPENING FIELD CORN LOST TO WILDLIFE IN 1993
Ripening field corn lost to wildlife was measured in fall 1993 in 10 midwestern states that have produced 83% of the field corn in the United States over the past 10 years. Sampling of damage wasExpand
  • 2