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WLB-00275 2017

Herfindal, I., Lande, U. S., Solberg, E. J., Rolandsen, C. M., Roer, O. and Wam, H. K. 2017. Weather affects temporal niche partitioning between moose and livestock. – Wildlife Biology 2017: wlb.00275

wlb-00275.pdf
WLB-00326 2017 wlb-00326.xlsx
WLB-00229 2017

Ironside, K. E., Mattson, D. J., Arundel, T. R. and Hansen, J. R. 2017. Is GPS telemetry location error screening beneficial? – Widlife Biology 2017: wlb.00229

wlb-00229.pdf
WLB-00255 2017

Stenkewitz, U., Nielsen, Ó. K., Skírnisson, K. and Stefánsson, G. 2017. Feather holes of rock ptarmigan are associated with amblyceran chewing lice. - Wildlife Biology 2017: wlb.00255

wlb-00255.zip
WLB-00315 2017

Tanner, E. P., Elmore, R. D., Davis, C. A. and Fuhlendorf, S. D. 2017. Wintering bird responses to the presence of artificial surface water in a semi-arid rangeland. – Wildlife Biology 2017: wlb.00315

wlb-00315.pdf
WLB-00257 2017

Lou, Y., Shi, M., Fang, Y., Swenson, J. E., Lyu, N. and Sun, Y. 2017. Male vigilance and presence are important for foraging by female Chinese grouse in the pre-incubation period. – Wildlife Biology 2017: wlb.00257

wlb-00257.pdf
WLB-00239 2017

Pedersen, Å. Ø., Fuglei, E., Hörnell-Willebrand, M., Biuw, M. and Jepsen. J. U. 2017. Spatial distribution of Svalbard rock ptarmigan based on a predictive multiscale habitat model. – Wildlife Biology 2017: wlb.00239

wlb-00239.pdf
WLB-00295 2017

Milanovich, J. R., Struecker, B. P., Warcholek, S. A. and Harden, L. A. 2017. Thermal environment and microhabitat of ornate box turtle hibernacula. – Wildlife Biology 2017: wlb.00295

wlb-00295.pdf
WLB-00287 2017

Belant, J. L., Bled, F., Mwampeta, S. B., Mkasanga, I. J., Wilton, C. M. and Fyumagwa, R. 2017. Temporal and spatial variation of broadcasted vocalizations does not reduce lion Panthera leo habituation. – Wildlife Biology 2017: wlb.00287

wlb-00287.pdf
WLB-00253 2017

Riley, M., Soutyrina, S., Miquelle, D., Hayward, G., Goodrich, J. and Buskirk, S. 2017. Comparison of methods for estimating Amur tiger abundance. – Wildlife Biology 2017: wlb.00253

wlb-00253.pdf
WLB-00251 2017

Swenson, J. E., Schneider, M., Zedrosser, A., Söderberg, A., Franzén, R. and Kindberg, J. 2017. Challenges of managing a European brown bear population; lessons from Sweden, 1943–2013. – Wildlife Biology 2017: wlb.00251

wlb-00251.pdf
WLB-00270 2016

Linnell, M. A., Epps, C. W., Forsman, E. D. and Zielinski, W. J. 2017. Space use, movements, and rest site use by short-tailed weasels Mustela erminea in managed forests of western Oregon. – Wildilife Biology 2017: wlb.00270

wlb-00270.pdf
WLB-00277 2016

White, K. S. and Gregovich, D. P. 2016. Mountain goat resource selection in relation to mining-related disturbance. – Wildlife Biology doi:10.2981/wlb.00277

wlb-00277.pdf
WLB-00274 2016

Pellerin, M., Bessière, A., Maillard, D., Capron, G., Gaillard, J.-M., Michallet, J. and Bonenfant, C. 2016. Saving time and money by using diurnal vehicle counts to monitor roe deer abundance. – Wildlife Biology doi: 10.2981/wlb.00274

wlb-00274.pdf
WLB-00230 2016

Soofi, M., Ghoddousi, A., Hamidi, A. K., Ghasemi, B., Egli, L., Voinopol-Sassu, A.-J., Kiabi, B. H., Balkenhol, N., Khorozyan, I. and Waltert, M. 2017. Precision and reliability of indirect population assessments for the Caspian red deer Cervus elaphus maral. – Wildlife Biology doi:10.2981/wlb.00230

wlb-00230.pdf
WLB-00284 2016

Beutel, T., Reineking, B., Tiesmeyer, A., Nowak, C. and Heurich, M. 2017. Unexpected detection of the European wildcat (Felis silvestris silvestris) in the Bavarian Forest National Park: spatial patterns of cooccurrence with the domestic cat (Felis silvestris catus). – Wildlife Biology doi: 10.2981/wlb.00284

wlb-00284.pdf
WLB-00254 2016

Tanner, E. P., Elmore, R. D., Davis, C. A., Fuhlendorf, S. D., Dahlgren, D. K., Thacker, E. T. and Orange, J. P. 2016. Does the presence of oil and gas infrastructure potentially increase risk of harvest in northern bobwhite? – Wildlife Biology doi: 10.2981/wlb.00254

wlb-00254.pdf
WLB-00192 2016

Jensen, G. H., Pellissier, L., Tombre, I. M. and Madsen, J. 2016. Landscape selection by migratory geese: implications for hunting organisation. – Wildlife Biology doi: 10.2981/wlb.00192

wlb-00192.pdf
WLB-00225 2016

Drolet, A., Dussault, C. and Côté, S. D. 2016. Simulated drilling noise affects the space use of a large terrestrial mammal. – Wildlife Biology doi: 10.2891/wlb.00225

wlb-00225.pdf
WLB-00219 2016

Schmidt, N. M., van Beest, F., Mosbacher, J. B., Stelvig, M., Hansen, L. H., Nabe-Nielsen, J. and Grøndahl, C. 2016. Ungulate movement in an extreme seasonal environment: year-round movement patterns of high-arctic muskoxen. – Wildlife Biology doi: 10.2981/wlb.00219.

wlb-00219.pdf
WLB-00237 2016

Elizondo, E. C. and Loss, S. R. 2016. Using trail cameras to estimate free-ranging domestic cat abundance in urban areas. – Wildlife Biology doi: 10.2981/wlb.00237

wlb-00237.pdf
WLB-00185 2016

Forsyth, D. M., Garel, M. and McLeod, S. R. 2016. Estimating age and age class of harvested hog deer from eye lens mass using frequentist and Bayesian methods. – Wildlife Biology doi: 10.2981/wlb.00185

wlb-00185.pdf
WLB-00209 2016

Woodruff, S. P., Johnson, T. R. and Waits, L. P. 2016. Examining the use of fecal pellet morphometry to differentiate age classes in Sonoran pronghorn. – Wildlife Biology doi: 10.2981/wlb.00209

wbl-00209.zip
WLB-00210 2016

O’Connell, C. and Keppel, G. 2016. Deep tree hollows: important refuges from extreme temperatures. – Wildlife Biology doi: 10.2891/wlb.00210

wlb-00210.pdf
WLB-00146 2016

McHenry, E., O’Reilly, C., Sheerin, E., Kortland, K. and Lambin, X. 2016. Strong inference from transect sign surveys: combining spatial autocorrelation and misclassificationoccupancy models to quantify the detectability of a recovering carnivore. – Wildlife Biology doi: 10.2981/wlb.00146 

wlb-00146.pdf
WLB-00197 2016

Laursen, K., Møller, A. P. and Holm, T. E. 2016. Dynamic group size and displacement as avoidance strategies by eiders in response to hunting . – Wildlife Biology doi: 10.2981/wlb.00197

wlb-00197.pdf
WLB-00163 2016

Doak, P., Carroll, C. and Kielland, K. 2016. Harvest of female moose at high density: modelling the impacts of harvest on population size and biomass yield. – Wildlife Biology doi: 10.2981/wlb.00163.

wlb-00163.pdf
WLB-00204 2016

Ave, M. H., Voslamber, B., Hallmann, C. A. and Stahl, J. 2016. Rearing conditions of greylag geese affect habitat choice throughout life. – Wildlife Biology doi: 10.2981/wlb.00204

wlb-00204.pdf
WLB-00165 2016

Steyaert, S. M. J. G., Zedrosser, A., Elfström, M., Ordiz, A., Leclerc, M., Frank, S. C., Kindberg, J., Støen, O.-G., Brunberg, S. and Swenson, J. E. 2016. Ecological implications from spatial patterns in human-caused brown bear mortality. – Wildlife Biology doi: 10.2981/wlb.00165

wlb-00165.pdf
WLB-00176 2016

Schlinkert, H., Ludwig, M., Batáry, P., Holzschuh, A., Kovács-Hostyánszki, A., Tscharntke, T. and Fischer, C. 2016. Forest specialist and generalist small mammals in forest edges and hedges. – Wildlife Biology doi: 10.2981/wlb.00176

wlb-00176.pdf
WLB-00142 2016

Gervasi, V., Brøseth, H., Gimenez, O., Nilsen, E. B., Odden, J., Flagstad, Ø. and Linnell, J. D. C. 2016. Sharing data improves monitoring of trans-boundary populations: the case of wolverines in central Scandinavia. – Wildlife Biology doi: 10.2981/wlb.00142

wlb-00142.pdf
WLB-00177 2015

Rice, C. G. 2015. Development of a system for remotely monitoring vaginal implant transmitters and fawn survival. – Wildlife Biology doi: 10.2981/wlb.00177

wlb-00177.pdf
WLB-00135 2015

Jean, P.-O., Bradley, R. L. and Tremblay, J. –P. 2015. Testing for bottom–up effects in an overbrowsed boreal landscape. – Wilflife Biology doi: 10.2981/wlb.00135 

wlb-00135.pdf
WLB-00106 2015

Kahlert, J., Fox, A. D., Heldbjerg, H., Asferg, T. and Sunde, P. 2015. Functional responses of human hunters to their prey – why harvest statistics may not always reflect changes in prey population abundance. – Wildlife Biology doi: 10.2981/wlb.00106

wlb-00106.pdf
WLB-00114 2015

Robinson, B. G., Franke, A. and Derocher, A. E. 2015. Estimating nestling diet with cameras: quantifying uncertainty from unidentified food items. – Wildlife Biology doi: 10.2981/wlb.00114

wlb-00114.zip
WLB-00093 2015

Pavlovska, M. and Höglund, J. 2015. Ukrainian black grouse Tetrao tetrix: genetic diversity and population structure. – Wildlife Biology doi: 10.2981/wlb.00093

wlb-00093.pdf
WLB-00105 2015

Reid, R. E. B. 2015. A morphometric modeling approach to distinguishing among bobcat, coyote, and gray fox scats. – Wildlife Biology doi: 10.2981/wlb.00105

wlb-00105.zip
WLB-00044 2015

Bandelj, P., Blagus, R., Trilar, T., Vengust, M. and Vergles Rataj, A. 2015. Influence of phylogeny, migration, and type of diet on the presence of intestinal parasites in the faeces of European passerine birds (Passeriformes). – Wildlife Biology doi: 10.2981/wlb.00044. 

wlb-00044.pdf
WLB-00002 2015

Kirol, C. P., Sutphin, A. L., Bond, L., Fuller, M .R. and Maechtle, T. L. 2015. Mitigation effectiveness for improving nest survival of greater sage-grouse influenced by energy development. – Wildlife Biology doi: 10.2981/wlb.00002

wlb-00002.pdf
WLB-00096 2015

Ramón-Laca, A., Soriano, L., Gleeson, D. and Godoy, J. A. 2015. A simple and effective method for obtaining mammal DNA from faeces. – Wildlife Biology doi: 10.2981/wlb.00096 

wlb-00096.zip
WLB-00076 2015

Raybuck, A. L., Moorman, C. E., Fritts, S. R., Greenberg, C. H., DePerno, C. S., Simon, D. M. and Warburton, G. S. 2015. Do silvicultural practices to restore oaks affect salamanders in the short term? – Wildlife Biology doi: 10.2981/wlb.00076

wbl-00076.pdf
WLB-00033 2014

Rovang, S., Nielsen, S. E. and Stenhouse, G. 2014. In the Trap: detectability of fixed hair trap DNA methods in grizzly bear population monitoring. – Wildlife Biology doi: 10.2981/WLB.00033

wlb-00033.pdf
WLB-00002 2014

Kirol, C. P., Sutphin, A. L., Bond, L., Fuller, M .R. and Maechtle, T. L. 2015. Mitigation effectiveness for improving nest survival of greater sage-grouse influenced by energy development. – Wildlife Biology doi: 10.2981/wlb.00002

wlb-00002.pdf
WLB-00077 2014

Zielinski, W. J., Moriarty, K. M., Baldwin, J., Kirk, T. A., Slauson, K. M., Rustigian-Romsos, H. L. and Spencer, W. D. 2015. Effects of season on occupancy and implications for habitat modeling: the Pacific marten Martes caurina. – Wildlife Biology doi: 10.2981/wlb.00077

wlb-00077.pdf
WLB-00094 2014

Korner-Nievergelt, F., Behr, O., Brinkmann, R., Etterson, M. A., Huso, M. M. P, Dalthorp, D., Korner-Nievergelt, P., Roth, T. and Niermann, I. 2015. Mortality estimation from carcass searches using the R-package carcass. – Wildlife Biology doi: 10.2981/wlb.00094

wlb-00094.pdf
WLB-00080 2014

Amos, M., Baxter, G., Finch, N., Lisle, A. and Murray, P. 2014. I just want to count them! Considerations when choosing a deer population monitoring method. – Wildlife Biology doi: 10.2981/wlb.00080

wlb-00080.pdf
WLB-00031 2014

Wolff, P. J., Taylor, C. A., Heske, E. J. and Schooley, R. L. 2014. Habitat selection by American mink during summer is related to hotspots of crayfish prey. – Wildlife Biology doi: 10.2981/wlb.00031

wlb-00031.pdf
WLB-00015 2014

Young, K. D., Funston, P. J. and Ferreira, S. M. 2014. Rainfall driven changes in behavioural responses confound measuring trends in lion population size. – Wildlife Biology doi: 10.2981/wlb.00015

wlb-00015.pdf
WLB-00013 2014

Kavčič, I., Adamič, M., Kaczensky, P., Krofel, M., Kobal, M. and Jerina, K. 2014. Fast food bears: brown bear diet in a human-dominated landscape with intensive supplemental feeding. – Wildlife Biology 000: 000–000.

wlb-00013.pdf
WLB-00069 2014

Pérez Méndez, T., Naves, J., Vázquez, J. F., Fernández-Gil, A., Seijas, J., Albornoz, J., Revilla, E. M., Delibes, M. and Domínguez, A. 2014. Estimating the population size of the endangered Cantabrian brown bear through genetic sampling. – Wildlife Biology doi: 10.2981/wlb.00069

wlb-00069.pdf
WLB-00027 2014

Webster, K. N., Hill, N. J., Burnett, L. and Deane, E. M. 2014. Ectoparasite infestation patterns, haematology and serum biochemistry of urban-dwelling common brushtail possums. – Wildlife Biology doi: 10.2981/wlb.00027

wlb-00027.pdf
WB-13-048 2014

Le Saout, S., Chollet, S., Chamaillé-Jammes, S., Blanc, L., Padié, S., Verchere, T., Gaston, A, J., Gillingham, M. P., Gimenez, O., Parker, K. L., Picot, D., Verheyden, H. and Martin, J.-L. 2014. Understanding the paradox of deer persisting at high abundance in heavily browsed habitats. – Wildl. Biol. doi: 10.2981/13-048

wb-13-048.pdf
WB-13-024 2014

Lyu, N. and Sun, Y.-H. 2014. Predicting threat of climate change to the Chinese grouse on the Qinghai– Tibet plateau. – Wildl. Biol. doi: 10.2981/13-024

wb-13-024.pdf