Effects of management practices on grassland birds: Greater Sage-Grouse
- Encyclopedia of Animal Cognition and Behavior
The Complexity Problem
In this book I argue that we are facing a problem of unprecedented complexity and that this problem has at least two dimensions to it. Perhaps our greatest challenge (as social and cultural…
Assessing the effectiveness of goal-oriented modeling languages: A family of experiments
- Computer ScienceInf. Softw. Technol.
Abstract Context Several goal-oriented languages focus on modeling stakeholders’ objectives, interests or wishes. However, these languages can be used for various purposes (e.g., exploring system…
Effects of post‐release movements on survival of translocated sage‐grouse
- BiologyThe Journal of Wildlife Management
Genetic mark‐recapture analysis of winter faecal pellets allows estimation of population size in Sage Grouse Centrocercus urophasianus
The data suggest that lek counts are useful for detecting the direction and magnitude of large changes in Sage Grouse abundance over time but they may not reliably reflect small changes in abundance that may be relevant to small populations of conservation concern.
The effects of management practices on grassland birds—Greater Sage-Grouse (Centrocercus urophasianus)
- GeographyProfessional Paper
Probability of lek collapse is lower inside sage-grouse Core Areas: Effectiveness of conservation policy for a landscape species
- Geography, MedicinePloS one
The data suggest that the Wyoming Core Area Strategy has benefited sage- grouse and sage-grouse habitat conservation; however, additional guidelines limiting development densities adjacent to Core Areas may be necessary to effectively protect Core Area populations.
Improved analysis of lek count data using N‐mixture models
Although N-mixture models still have limitations, they are a promising approach for conducting robust analyses of population trends for species that aggregate at discrete breeding sites, even when datasets are sparse or uneven.