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Review of Seabird Bycatch in Set-Gillnets with Specific Reference to Mitigating Impacts to Yellow-billed Loons
Author(s): Robards, Martin and Rebecca Bentzen
Year: 2014
Full Citation: Review of Seabird Bycatch in Set-Gillnets with Specific Reference to Mitigating Impacts to Yellow-billed Loons
Legacies of past exploitation and climate affect mammalian sexes differently on the Roof of the World - the case of wild yaks
Author(s): Berger, J., Schaller, G.B., Cheng, E., Kang, A., Krebs, M., Li, L., and M. Hebblerwhite
Year: 2015
Journal/Source: Scientific Reports
Full Citation: Berger, J., Schaller, G.B., Cheng, E., Kang, A., Krebs, M., Li, L., and M. Hebblerwhite (2015). “Legacies of past exploitation and climate affect mammalian sexes differently on the Roof of the World - the case of wild yaks.” Scientific Reports 5(8676).
Identifying impediments to long-distance mammal migrations
Author(s): Seidler, R.G., Long, R.A., Berger, J., Bergen, S., and J.P. Beckmann
Year: 2014
Journal/Source: Conservation Biology
Full Citation: Seidler, R.G., Long, R.A., Berger, J., Bergen, S., and J.P. Beckmann (2014). “Identifying impediments to long-distance mammal migrations.” Conservation Biology 29(1):99-109.
Calving location selection patterns of saiga antelope in Mongolia
Author(s): Buuveibaatar, B., Fuller, T.K., Young, J.K., and J. Berger
Year: 2014
Journal/Source: Journal of Zoology
Full Citation: Buuveibaatar, B., Fuller, T.K., Young, J.K., and J. Berger (2014). “Calving location selection patterns of saiga antelope in Mongolia.” Journal of Zoology 294(4):241-247.
Status and ecological effects of the world’s largest carnivores
Author(s): Ripple, W.J., Estes, J.A., Beschta, R.L., Wilmers, C.C., Ritchie, E.G., Hebblewhite, M., Berger, J., Elmhagen, B., Letnic, M., Nelson, M.P., Schmitz, O.J., Smith, D.W., Wallach, A.D., and A.J. Wirsing
Year: 2014
Journal/Source: Science
Full Citation: Ripple, W.J., Estes, J.A., Beschta, R.L., Wilmers, C.C., Ritchie, E.G., Hebblewhite, M., Berger, J., Elmhagen, B., Letnic, M., Nelson, M.P., Schmitz, O.J., Smith, D.W., Wallach, A.D., and A.J. Wirsing (2014). “Status and ecological effects of the world’s largest carnivores.” Science 343(6167).
Optimism and challenge for science-based conservation of migratory species in and out of U.S. national parks
Author(s): Berger, J., Cain, S.L., Cheng, E., Dratch, P., Ellison, K., Francis, J., Frost, H.C., Gende, S., Groves, C., Karesh, W.A., Leslie, E., Machlis, G., Medellin, R.A., Noss, R.F., Redford, K.H., Soukup, M., Wilcove, D., and S. Zack
Year: 2014
Journal/Source: Conservation Biology
Full Citation: Berger, J., Cain, S.L., Cheng, E., Dratch, P., Ellison, K., Francis, J., Frost, H.C., Gende, S., Groves, C., Karesh, W.A., Leslie, E., Machlis, G., Medellin, R.A., Noss, R.F., Redford, K.H., Soukup, M., Wilcove, D., and S. Zack (2014). “Optimism and challenge for science-based conservation of migratory species in and out of U.S. national parks.” Conservation Biology 28(1):4-12.
Sex differences in ecology of wild yaks at high elevation in the Kekexili Reserve, Tibetan Qinghai Plateau, China
Author(s): Berger, J., Cheng, E., Kang, A., Krebs, M., Li, L., Xin Lu, Z., Buqiong, Buzhou, and G.B. Schaller
Year: 2014
Journal/Source: Journal of Mammology
Full Citation: Berger, J., Cheng, E., Kang, A., Krebs, M., Li, L., Xin Lu, Z., Buqiong, Buzhou, and G.B. Schaller (2014). “Sex differences in ecology of wild yaks at high elevation in the Kekexili Reserve, Tibetan Qinghai Plateau, China.” Journal of Mammology 95(3):638-645.
The cashmere connection, biodiversity, and climate - response to von Wehrden et al. (2014)
Author(s): Berger, J., Buuveibaatar, B., and C. Mishra
Year: 2015
Journal/Source: Conservation Biology
Full Citation: Berger, J., Buuveibaatar, B., and C. Mishra (2015). “The cashmere connection, biodiversity, and climate: response to von Wehrden et al. (2014).” Conservation Biology 29(1): 290-292.
Moving beyond science to protect a mammalian migration corridor
Author(s): Berger, J. and S.L. Cain
Year: 2014
Journal/Source: Conservation Biology
Full Citation: Berger, J. and S.L. Cain. (2014). “Moving beyond science to protect a mammalian migration corridor.” Conservation Biology 28(5): 1142-1150.
Trophic interactions and dynamic herbivore responses to snowpack
Author(s): Brodie, J.F., Post, E., Berger, J., and F. Watson
Year: 2014
Journal/Source: Climate Change Responses
Full Citation: Brodie, J.F., Post, E., Berger, J., and F. Watson (2014). “Trophic interactions and dynamic herbivore responses to snowpack.” Climate Change Responses 1(4).
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