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  • Beard, Z. S., M. C. Quist, R. S. Hardy, and T. J. Ross. In press. Survival, movement, and distribution of juvenile Burbot in a tributary of the Kootenai River. North American Journal of Fisheries Management.
  • Beard, Z. S., M. C. Quist, R. S. Hardy, and T. J. Ross. 2017. Habitat associations of juvenile Burbot in a tributary of the Kootenai River. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 146:1008-1015.
  • Watkins, C. J., T. J. Ross, R. S. Hardy, and M. C. Quist. 2017. Response of fish population dynamics to mitigation activities in a large regulated river. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 146:703-715.
  • Klein, Z. B., M. J. Breen, and M. C. Quist. 2017. Population characteristics and the influence of discharge on Bluehead Sucker, Flannelmouth Sucker, and Roundtail Chub. Copeia 105:375-388.
  • Glisson, W. J., C. J. Conway, C. P. Nadeau, and K. L. Borgmann. 2017. Habitat models to predict wetland bird occupancy influenced by scale, anthropogenic disturbance, and imperfect detection. Ecosphere 8(6):1-18. doi: 10.1007/s13157-015-0648-0
  • Griffin, K. M., Z. S. Beard, J. M. Flinders, and M. C. Quist. 2017. Age estimation of Utah Chubs using pectoral fin rays, otoliths, and scales. Western North American Naturalist 77:189-194.
  • Quist, M. C., and D. A. Isermann, editors. In press. Age and growth of fishes: principles and techniques. American Fisheries Society, Bethesda, Maryland.
  • Klein, Z. B., T. F. Bonvechio, B. R. Bowen, and M. C. Quist. 2017. Precision and accuracy of age estimates obtained from anal fin spines, dorsal fin spines, and sagittal otoliths for known-age largemouth bass. Southeastern Naturalist 16:225-234.
  • McCullough, J., and C. J. Conway. 2017. Breeding behavior of northern saw-whet owls in Oregon. Northwest Science 91:222-227. doi: 10.3955/046.091.0211
  • Moffitt, C. M. 2017. Final Report Guidance Documents: Continued Support to Improve Operations of Fish Hatcheries and Field Sites to Reduce the Impact or Prevent Establishment of New Zealand Mudsnails and Other Invasive Mollusks. Final report to USFWS.
  • Ng, E. L., J. P. Fredericks, and M. C. Quist. 2017. Stable isotope evaluation of population- and individual-level diet variability in a large, oligotrophic lake with nonnative lake trout. Ecology of Freshwater Fish 26:271-279.
  • Watkins, C. J., M. C. Quist, B. B. Shepard, and S. C. Ireland. 2016. Electrofishing effort requirements for estimating species richness in the Kootenai River, Idaho. Northwest Science 90:315-327.
  • Klein, Z. B., R. S. Hardy, and M. C. Quist. 2016. Diet of juvenile burbot and insight into gape limitation. Intermountain Journal of Sciences 22:55-69.
  • Klein, Z. B., M. C. Quist, D. T. Rhea, and A. C. Senecal. 2016. Population characteristics and the suppression of non-native burbot in the Green River, Wyoming. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 36:1006-1017.
  • Moffitt, C. M., K. A. Stockton-Fiti, and R. Clauda. 2016. Toxicity of Potassium Chloride to Veliger and Byssal-Stage Dreissenid Mussels Related to Water Quality.Management of Biological Invasions 7: 257–268.  | Abstract |  Download  | 
  • Yates, J. R., C. J. Watkins, and M. C. Quist. 2016. Precision of hard structures used to estimate age of common carp. Northwest Science 90:195-205.  | Abstract | 
  • Dobos, M. E., M. P. Corsi, D. J. Schill, J. M. DuPont, and M. C. Quist. 2016. Influences of summer water temperatures on the movement, distribution, and resource use of fluvial Westslope Cutthroat Trout in the South Fork Clearwater River basin. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 36:549-567.
  • Ng, E. L., J. P. Fredericks, and M. C. Quist. 2016. Population dynamics and evaluation of alternative management strategies for nonnative lake trout in Priest Lake, Idaho. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 36:40-54.
  • Penney, Z. L., C. M. Moffitt, B. Jones, and B. Marston. 2016. Physiological assessment of steelhead kelts from the Situk River, AK and Clearwater River, ID during early emigration. Environmental Biology of Fishes 99:487-498.
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  • Stockton, K. A., C. M. Moffitt, B. J. Watten, and B. J. Vinci. 2016. Comparison of hydraulics and particle removal efficiencies in a mixed cell raceway and Burrows pond rearing system. Aquacultural Engineering 74:52-61.  | Abstract |  Download  | 
  • Cooke, S. J., V. M. Nguyen, J. M. Dettmers, R. Arlinghaus, M. C. Quist, D. Tweddle, O. L. F. Weyl, R. Raghavan, M. Portocarrero-Aya, E. A. Cordoba, and I. G. Cowx. 2016. Sustainable inland fisheries—perspectives from the recreational, commercial, and subsistence sectors from around the globe. Pages 467-505 in G. P. Cross, M. Krkosek, and J. D. Olden, editors. Conservation of freshwater fishes. Cambridge University Press, United Kingdom.
  • Smith, C. D., M. C., Quist, and R. S. Hardy. 2016. Fish assemblage structure and habitat associations in a large western river system. River Research and Applications 32:622-638.
  • Moffitt, C. M. 2016. Actions and dialog to change perceptions and increase engagement of underrepresented minorities in fisheries and aquatic sciences. Fisheries 41:66-67.  | Download  |  Publisher Website | 
  • Parks, T. P., M. C. Quist, and C. L. Pierce. 2016. Anthropogenic disturbance and environmental associations with fish assemblage structure in two nonwadeable rivers. River Research and Applications 32:66-84.
  • Borgmann, K. L., and C. J. Conway. 2015. The nest-concealment hypothesis: new insights from a comparative analysis. Wilson Journal of Ornithology 127:646-660. doi: 10.1676/14-162.1
  • Nadeau, C. P., C. J. Conway, and N. Rathbun. 2015. Depth of Burrowing Owl Nest Boxes Affects Thermal Suitability and Occupancy. Journal of Field Ornithology 86:288-297. doi: 10.1111/jofo.12119
  • Smith, C. D., M. C. Quist, and R. S. Hardy. 2015. Detection probabilities of electrofishing, hoop nets, and benthic trawls for fishes in two western North American rivers. Journal of Fish and Wildlife Management 6:371-391.  | Abstract | 
  • Whitlock, S. L., M. C. Quist, and A. M. Dux. 2015. Incubation success and habitat selection of shore-spawning kokanee Onchorhynchus nerka: effects of water level regulation and habitat characteristics. Ecology of Freshwater Fish 24:412-423.
  • Walrath, J. D., M. C. Quist, and J. A. Firehammer. 2015. Population structure and dynamics of northern pike and smallmouth bass in Coeur d’Alene Lake, Idaho. Northwest Science 89:280-296.  | Abstract | 
  • Carter-Lynn, K. P., M. C. Quist, and M. Liter. 2015. Population dynamics of channel catfish near the northern edge of their distribution: implications for management. Fisheries Management and Ecology 22:530-538.
  • Ng, E. L., J. P. Fredericks, and M. C. Quist. 2015. Effects of gill-net trauma, barotrauma, and deep release on postrelease mortality of lake trout. Journal of Fish and Wildlife Management 6:265-277.
  • Watkins, C. J., B. S. Stevens, M. C. Quist, B. B. Shepard, and S. C. Ireland. 2015. Patterns of fish assemblage structure and habitat use among main- and side-channel environments in the lower Kootenai River, Idaho. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 144:1340-1355.
  • Braker, E., C. M. Moffitt, F. M. Wilhelm, J. Noonan, B Kibler, and T. Woolf. 2015. Update on Efforts to Control the Invasive Asian Clam (Corbicula fluminea) in Lake Pend Oreille. Idaho Naturalists Newsletter 7(4):8-9 October.
  • Glisson, W.J., S.K. Jacobi, R.S. Brady, A.T. Paulios, and D.J. Larkin. 2015. Sensitivity of secretive marsh birds to vegetation condition in natural and restored wetlands in Wisconsin. Journal of Wildlife Management 79(7):1101-1116
  • Bakevich†, B. D., C. L. Pierce, and M. C. Quist. 2015. Status of the Topeka shiner in west-central Iowa. American Midland Naturalist 174:350-358.
  • Watkins, C. J., Z. B. Klein, M. M. Terrazas, and M. C. Quist. 2015. Influence of sectioning location on age estimates from common carp dorsal spines. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 35:690-697.
  • Klein, Z. B., M. C. Quist, D. T. Rhea, and A. C. Senecal. 2015. Habitat use of non-native burbot in a western river. Hydrobiologia 757:61-71.
  • Dillon, K. G., and C. J. Conway. 2015. Elevational gradient in clutch size of red-faced warblers. Journal of Field Ornithology 86:163–172. doi: 10.1111/jofo.12099
  • Glisson, W. J., C. J. Conway, C. P. Nadeau, K. L. Borgmann, and T. A. Laxson. 2015. Wetland Associations of the King Rail: A Multi-scale Approach. Wetlands 35:577-587. doi: 10.1007/s13157-015-0648-0
  • Nadeau, C. P., and C. J. Conway. 2015. Optimizing water depth in wetland restorations could increase restoration success, water efficiency, and water security. Restoration Ecology 23:292-300. doi: 10.1111/rec.12180
  • Klein, Z. B., M. C. Quist, D. T. Rhea, and A. C. Senecal. 2015. Sampling techniques for burbot in a western non-wadeable river. Fisheries Management and Ecology 22:213-223.
  • Watkins, C. J., T. J. Ross, R. S. Hardy, and M. C. Quist. 2015. Precision of hard structures used to estimate age of mountain whitefish. Western North American Naturalist 75:1-7.  | Abstract | 
  • Moffitt, C.M., A. Barenberg, K. A. Stockton, and B. J. Watten. 2014. Efficacy of two approaches for disinfecting surfaces and water infested with quagga mussel veligers. Chapter 30 in W. H. Wong and S. Gerstenberger, editors. Biology and management of invasive quagga and zebra mussels in the Western United States.CRC Press. Florida.  | Abstract |  Download  | 
  • Plumb, J. and C. M. Moffitt. 2015. Re-estimating temperature-dependent consumption parameters in bioenergetics models for juvenile Chinook salmon. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 144:323–330.  | Abstract |  Download  | 
  • Moffitt, C. M., B. J. Watten, A. Barenberg, and J. Henquinet. 2015. Hydroxide stabilization as a new tool for ballast disinfection: efficacy of treatment on zooplankton. Management of Biological Invasions. 6:263-275.  | Abstract |  Download  | 
  • Borgmann, K. L., and C. J. Conway. 2015. Wildlife Habitat Restoration. Pages 157-167 in Wildlife Habitat Conservation: Concepts, Challenges, and Solutions. (M. L. Morrison and H. A. Mathewson, eds.). John Hopkins University Press, Baltimore, Maryland.
  • McCormick, J. L., D. Whitney, D. J. Schill, and M. C. Quist. 2015. Evaluation of angler reporting accuracy in an off-site survey to estimate statewide steelhead harvest. Fisheries Management and Ecology 22:134-142.
  • Smith†, C. D., J. R. Fischer†, and M. C. Quist. 2014. Historical changes in Nebraska's lotic fish assemblages: a spatiotemporal assessment. American Midland Naturalist 172:160-184.
  • Fischer, J. R., and M. C. Quist. 2014. Gear and seasonal bias associated with abundance and size structure estimates for lentic freshwater fishes. Journal of Fish and Wildlife Management 5:394-412.
  • Walrath, J. D., M. C. Quist, and J. A. Firehammer. 2015. Trophic ecology of nonnative northern pike and their effect on conservation of native westslope cutthroat trout. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 35:158-177.  | Abstract | 
  • Macías-Duarte, A., and C. J. Conway. 2015. Spatial patterns in hydrogen isotope ratios in feathers of burrowing owls from western North America. Auk 132:25-36. DOI: 10.1642/AUK-13-061.1
  • Macías-Duarte, A., and C. J. Conway. 2015. Distributional Changes in the Western Burrowing Owl (Athene cunicularia hypugaea) in North America from 1967 to 2008. Journal of Raptor Research 49:75-83. doi: 10.3356/JRR-14-00004.1
  • Buelow, J., and C. M. Moffitt. 2015. Physiological indices of seawater readiness in postspawning steelhead kelts. Ecology of Freshwater Fish 24:112-122.
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  • Klein, Z. B., M. M. Terrazas, and M. C. Quist. 2014. Age estimation of burbot using pectoral fin rays, branchiostegal rays, and otoliths. Intermountain Journal of Sciences 20:57-67.
  • Moffitt, C. M., and L. Cajas-Cano. 2014. Blue Growth: the 2014 FAO State of the World Fisheries and Aquaculture. Fisheries 39:552-553.  | Abstract | 
  • Trushenski, J., L. Blankenship, J. Bowker, T. Flagg, J. Hesse, K. Leber, K. Lorenzen, D. MacKinlay, D. Maynard, C. Moffitt, V. Mudrak, K. Scribner, S. Stuewe, J. Sweka, G. Whelan and C. Young-Dubovsky. 2014. AFS completes assessment, issues new guidance regarding hatchery operation and the use of hatchery-origin fish. Fisheries 39:543-546.
  • Penney, Z. L., and C. M. Moffitt. 2014. Fatty acid profiles of white muscle and liver tissue in stream-maturing steelhead during early migration and kelt emigration. Journal of Fish Biology 86:105-120.
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  • Fischer, J. R., and M. C. Quist. In review. Understanding fish assemblage structure in lentic ecosystems: relative effects of abiotic factors and management legacies. Lake and Reservoir Management.  | Abstract | 
  • Whitlock, S. L., M. C. Quist, and A. M. Dux. 2014. Influence of habitat characteristics on shore-spawning kokanee Oncorhynchus nerka. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 143:1404-1418.  | Abstract |  Download  | 
  • Quist, M. C., and R. D. Schultz. 2014. Effects of management legacies on stream fish and aquatic benthic macroinvertebrate assemblages. Environmental Management 54:449-464.
  • Moffitt, C. M., Z. L. Penney, and L. Cajas-Cano. 2014. Reconnecting people to their natural environment. Pp.185-192 in W. Taylor, A. Lynch, and N. Neonard, editors. The future of fisheries: perspectives for the next generation of professionals. American Fisheries Society. Bethesda, MD.  | Abstract |  Download  | 
  • Porter, N. J., T. F. Bonvechio, J. L. McCormick, and M. C. Quist. 2014. Population dynamics of bowfin in a south Georgia reservoir: latitudinal comparisons of population structure, growth, and mortality. Journal of the Southeastern Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies 1:103-109.
  • Fischer, J. R., and M. C. Quist. 2014. Characterizing lentic freshwater fish assemblages using multiple sampling methods. Environmental Monitoring and Assessment 186:4461-4474.
  • Penney, Z. L., and C. M. Moffitt. 2014. Proximate composition and energy density of stream-maturing adult steelhead during upstream migration, sexual maturity, and kelt emigration. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 143:399-413.
  • Parks, T. P., M. C. Quist, and C. L. Pierce.  2014. Historical changes in fish assemblage structure in midwestern nonwadeable rivers. American Midland Naturalist 171:27-53.
  • Penney, Z. L. 2013. AFS/Sea Grant Best Student Presentation Report. Fisheries 38(12):55.  | Download  | 
  • Bakevich, B. D., C. L. Pierce, and M. C. Quist. 2013. Status, distribution, and habitat associations of Topeka shiners in west-central Iowa. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 33:1258-1268.
  • Penney, Z. L., and C. M. Moffitt. 2014. Histological Assessment of Organs in Sexually Mature and Post-spawning Steelhead Trout and Insights into Iteroparity. Reviews in Fish Biology and Fisheries 24:781-801. DOI 10.1007/s11160-013-9338-2.  | Abstract |  Download  | 
  • McCormick, J. L., M. C. Quist, and D. J. Schill. 2013. Creel survey designs for short-duration Chinook salmon fisheries. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 33:977-993.
  • McCormick, J. L., M. C. Quist, and D. J. Schill. 2013. Self-reporting bias in Chinook salmon sport fisheries in Idaho: implications for roving creel surveys. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 33:723-731.
  • Fischer, J. R., R. M. Krogman, and M. C. Quist. 2013. Influences of native and non-native benthivorous fishes on aquatic ecosystems degradation. Hydrobiologia 711:187-199 .
  • Connor, W. P., K. F. Tiffan, J. M. Plumb, and C. M. Moffitt. 2013. Evidence for Density-Dependent Changes in Growth, Downstream Movement, and Size of Chinook Salmon Subyearlings in a Large River Landscape. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society.142: 1453-1468  | Abstract | 
  • Dzul, M. C., M. C. Quist, S. J. Dinsmore, D. B. Gaines, and M. R. Bower. 2013. Coarse-scale movement patterns of a small-bodied fish inhabiting a desert stream. Journal of Freshwater Ecology 28:27-38.
  • Borgmann, K. L., C. J. Conway, and M. L. Morrison. 2013. Breeding phenology of birds: mechanisms underlying seasonal declines in the risk of nest predation. PLoS ONE8(6): e65909. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0065909.  | Abstract | 
  • Schultz, R. D., A. L. Fowler, J. M. Goeckler, and M. C. Quist. 2013. Comparisons of growth for hybrid striped bass in North America. Pages 219-227 in J. S. Bulak, C. C. Coutant, and J. A. Rice, editors. Biology and management of inland striped bass and hybrid striped bass. American Fisheries Society, Symposium, Bethesda, Maryland.
  • Schultz, R. D., J. M. Goeckler, and M. C. Quist. 2013. Size-based mortality caps as thresholds for managing hybrid striped bass in Kansas reservoirs. Pages 461-472 in J. S. Bulak, C. C. Coutant, and J. A. Rice, editors. Biology and management of inland striped bass and hybrid striped bass. American Fisheries Society, Symposium, Bethesda, Maryland.
  • Steidl, R. J., C. J. Conway, and A. Litt. 2013. Power to detect trends in abundance of secretive marsh birds: effects of species traits and sampling effort. Journal of Wildlife Management 77:445-453. doi: 10.1002/jwmg.505
  • Nadeau, C. P., C. J. Conway, L. Piest, and B. Burger. 2013. Multi-species call-broadcast improved detection of endangered Yuma clapper rail compared to single-species call-broadcast. Wetlands 33:699-706. doi: 10.1007/s13157-013-0425-x
  • Stockton, K. A., and C. M. Moffitt. 2013.Disinfection of Three Wading Boot Surfaces Infested with New Zealand Mudsnails. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 33:529-538.  | Abstract | 
  • Dzul, M. C., S. J. Dinsmore, M. C. Quist, D. B. Gaines, K. P. Wilson, M. R. Bower, and P. M. Dixon. 2013. A simulation model of the Devils Hole pupfish population using monthly length frequency distributions. Population Ecology 55:325-341.
  • White, G., J. Claussen, C. Moffitt, B. Norcross, and D. Parrish. 2013. Dr. J Frances Allen: Pioneer of Women in Fisheries 38:103-111.  | Abstract |  Download  | 
  • Dzul, M. C., P. M. Dixon, M. C. Quist, S. J. Dinsmore, M. R. Bower, K. P. Wilson, and D. B. Gaines. 2013. Using variance components to estimate power in a hierarchically nested sampling design: improving monitoring of larval Devils Hole pupfish. Environmental Monitoring and Assessment 185:405-414.
  • Gyug, L.W., R. C. Dobbs, T. E. Martin, and C. J. Conway. 2012. Williamson's Sapsucker (Sphyrapicus thyroideus), The Birds of North America Online (A. Poole, Ed.). Ithaca: Cornell Lab of Ornithology; Retrieved from the Birds of North America Online: http://bna.birds.cornell.edu/bna/species/285. doi:10.2173/bna.285
  • Rush, S.A., K. F. Gaines, W. R. Eddleman, & C. J. Conway. 2012. Clapper Rail (Rallus longirostris). In: The Birds of North America Online (ed. A. Poole). Cornell Lab of Ornithology, Ithaca, NY. http://bna.birds.cornell.edu/bna/species/340. doi:10.2173/bna.340
  • Dzul, M. C., D. B. Gaines, J. R. Fischer, M. C. Quist, and S. J. Dinsmore. 2012. Evaluation of Salt Creek pupfish (Cyprinodon salinus salinus) otoliths for use in age and growth analyses. Southwestern Naturalist 57:412-416.
  • Dzul, M. C., M. C. Quist, S. J. Dinsmore, P. M. Dixon, and M. R. Bower. 2012. Identifying sources of error in surveys of Devils Hole pupfish. Southwestern Naturalist 57:44-50.
  • McCormick, J. L., M. C. Quist, and D. J. Schill. 2012. Effect of survey design and catch rate estimation on total catch estimates in Chinook salmon fisheries. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 32:1090-1101.
  • Quist, M. C., and J. R. Spiegel. 2012. Population demographics of catostomids in large river ecosystems: effects of discharge and temperature on recruitment dynamics and growth. River Research and Applications 28:1567-1586.
  • Sindt, A. R., M. C. Quist, and C. L. Pierce. 2012. Habitat associations of fish species of greatest conservation need at multiple spatial scales in wadeable Iowa streams. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 32:1046-1061.
  • Moffitt, C. M. 2012.Diversity in natural resource science professions: using feminine attributes to broaden diversity. Fisheries 37:376-377.  | Abstract | 
  • Plumb, J. M., W. P. Connor, K. F. Tiffan, C. M. Moffitt, R. W. Perry, and N.S. Adams. Accepted . 2012. Estimating and predicting collection probability of fish at dams using multistate modeling Transactions of the American Fisheries Society. 141:1364-1373.  | Abstract | 
  • Conway, M., C. J. Conway, and C. P. Nadeau. 2012. Intraspecific variation in reproductive traits of burrowing owls. Journal of Ethology 30:395-402. doi: 10.1007/s10164-012-0337-x
  • Moffitt, C. M., and C. A. James. 2012. Response of New Zealand mudsnails Potamopyrgus antipodarum to freezing and near freezing fluctuating water temperatures. Freshwater Science 31:1035-1041
  • Quist, M.C., M.A., Pegg, and D.R. DeVries. 2012. Age and growth. Pages 677-731 in A. Zale, D. Parrish, and T. Sutton, editors. Fisheries techniques, 3rd edition. American Fisheries Society, Bethesda, MD.
  • Nadeau, C. P., and C. J. Conway. 2012. A Field Evaluation of Distance Estimation Error during Wetland-dependent Bird Surveys. Wildlife Research 39:311-320. doi: 10.1071/WR11161
  • Nielson, R. J., C. M Moffitt and B. J. Watten. 2012.Toxicity of elevated partial pressures of carbon dioxide to invasive New Zealand mudsnails. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry 31:1838–1842.
  • Stockton, K.A., C. M. Moffitt, D. L. Blew, and C. N. Farmer. 2012. Acute toxicity of sodium fluorescein to ashy pebblesnails Fluminicola fuscus. Northwest Science 86:190-197
  • Cox, B. S., A. M. Dux, M. C. Quist, and C. S. Guy. 2012. Use of a seismic air gun to reduce survival of nonnative lake trout embryos: a tool for conservation? North American Journal of Fisheries Management 32:292-298.
  • Steckler, S., and C. J. Conway. 2012. Frequent vocalizing is negatively associated with brood parasitism in a host of the Brown-headed Cowbird. Condor 114: 219-226.
  • Decker, K., C. J. Conway, J. J. Fontaine. 2012. Nest predation, food, and female age explain seasonal declines in clutch size. Evolutionary Ecology 26:683-699.  | Download  | 
  • Fischer, J. R., T. E. Neebling, and M. C. Quist. 2012. Development and evaluation of a boat-mounted RFID antenna for monitoring freshwater mussels. Freshwater Science (formerly Journal of the North American Benthological Society) 31:148-153.
  • Sindt, A. R., C. L. Pierce, and M. C. Quist. 2012. Fish species of greatest conservation need in wadeable Iowa streams: current status and effectiveness of aquatic GAP Program distribution models. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 32:135-146.
  • Moffitt, C. M., and C. James. 2012. Seasonal dynamics of Potamopyrgus antipodarum infestations in a heavily used recreational watershed in intermountain North America. Aquatic Invasions 7:193–202.
  • Nielson, J., C. M. Moffitt, and B. J. Watten. Hydrocyclonic separation of invasive New Zealand mudsnails from an aquaculture water source Aquaculture.329:156–162
  • Conway, C. J. 2011. Standardized North American Marsh Bird Monitoring Protocol. Waterbirds 34:319-346.
  • Smith, M. D., and C. J. Conway. 2011. Collection of mammal manure and other debris by nesting burrowing owls. Journal of Raptor Research 45:220-228.
  • Krogman, R. M., J. R. Fischer, M. C. Quist, M. J. Steuck, and M. M. Marron. 2011. Historical trends in commercial harvest of ictalurids in the upper Mississippi River. Pages 127-140 in P. H. Michaletz and V. H. Travnichek, editors. Conservation, Ecology, and Management of Catfish: the second international symposium. American Fisheries Society, Bethesda, Maryland.
  • Neebling, T. E., and M. C. Quist. 2011. Comparison of boat electrofishing, trawling, and seining for sampling fish assemblages in Iowa’s nonwadeable rivers. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 31:390-402.
  • Spiegel, J. R., M. C. Quist, and J. E. Morris. 2011. Trophic ecology and gill raker morphology of seven catostomid species in Iowa rivers. Journal of Applied Ichthyology 27:11159-1164.
  • Sindt, A. R., J. R. Fischer, M. C. Quist, and C. L. Pierce. 2011. Ictalurids in Iowa’s streams and rivers: status, distribution, and relationships with biologic integrity. Pages 335-347 in P. H. Michaletz and V. H. Travnichek, editors. Conservation, Ecology, and Management of Catfish: the second international symposium. American Fisheries Society, Bethesda, Maryland.
  • Conway, C. J., and J. P. Gibbs. 2011. Summary of intrinsic and extrinsic factors affecting detection probability of marsh birds. Wetlands 31:403-411.
  • Holroyd, G., C. J. Conway, and H. Trefry. 2011. Breeding Dispersal of a Burrowing Owl from Arizona to Saskatchewan. Wilson Journal of Ornithology 123:378-381.
  • Bower, M. R., D. B. Gaines, K. P. Wilson, J. G. Wullschleger, M. C. Dzul, M. C. Quist, and S. J. Dinsmore. 2011. Accuracy and precision of visual estimates and photogrammetric measurements of the length of a small-bodied fish. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 31:138-143.
  • Boyle, W. A., C. J. Conway, and J. L. Bronstein. 2011. Why do some, but not all, tropical birds migrate altitudinally? Evolutionary Ecology 25:219-236.
  • Bartok, N., and C. J. Conway. 2010. Factors affecting the presence of nesting burrowing owls in an agricultural landscape. Journal of Raptor Research 44:286-293.
  • Reitsma, L., M. Goodnow, M.T. Hallworth, and C. J. Conway. 2010. Canada Warbler (Cardellina canadensis), The Birds of North America Online (A. Poole, Ed.). Ithaca: Cornell Lab of Ornithology; Retrieved from the Birds of North America Online: http://bna.birds.cornell.edu/bna/species/421. doi:10.2173/bna.421
  • Bisping, S. M., M. C. Quist, J. R. Fischer, and A. J. Schaefer. 2010. Population characteristics of central stonerollers in Iowa streams. Prairie Naturalist 42:109-115.
  • Robinson, G., C. J. Conway, C. Kirkpatrick, and D. L. LaRoche. 2010. Response to Nestling Throat Ligatures by Three Songbirds. Wilson Journal of Ornithology 122:806-809.
  • Conway, C. J., C. P. Nadeau, and L. Piest. 2010. Fire helps restore natural disturbance regime to benefit rare and endangered marsh birds endemic to Colorado River. Ecological Applications 20:2024-2035.
  • Macias-Duarte, A., C. J. Conway, A. Munguia-Vega, and M. Culver. 2010. Novel Microsatellite Loci for the Burrowing Owl, Athene cunicularia. Conservation Genetics Resources 2:67-69.
  • Moffitt, C. M., G. Whelan. Jackson, and R., 2010. History of Inland Fisheries Management. Pp 1 – 42 in Hubert, W. A., and M. C. Quist. Editors. Inland fisheries management in North America, 3rd edition. American Fisheries Society. Bethesda. Maryland.  | Publisher Website | 
  • Hubert, W. A., and M. C. Quist, editors. 2010. Inland fisheries management in North America, third edition. American Fisheries Society, Bethesda, Maryland.
  • Kirkpatrick, C., and C. J. Conway. 2010. Nest predators of ground-nesting birds in montane forests of the Santa Catalina Mountains, Arizona. Wilson Journal of Ornithology 122:614-617.
  • L. Scott Mills, J.M. Scott, K.M. Strickler, and S.A. Temple. 2010. "Ecology and Management of Small Populations." pps. 1-41 in Techniques In Wildlife Investigation and Management. N. Silvey, ed. The Wildlife Society, Bethesda, MD.
  • Bruce, R.L., and C.M. Moffitt. 2010. Quantifying risks of volitional consumption of New Zealand mudsnails by steelhead and rainbow trout. Aquaculture Research 41:552-558.
  • Anlauf, K. A., and C. M. Moffitt. 2010. Modelling of landscape variables at multiple extents to predict fine sediments and suitable habitat for Tubifex tubifex in a stream system. Freshwater Biology 55:794–805.
  • Williams, C. J., and C. M. Moffitt. 2010. Estimation of fish and wildlife disease prevalence from imperfect diagnostic tests on pooled samples with varying pool sizes. Ecological Informatics 5: 273-280.  | Publisher Website | 
  • A.M. Haines, M. Leau, L.K. Svancara, G. Wilson, and J.M. Scott. 2010. Using a distribution and conservationism status weighted hot spot approach to identifying areas in need conservation action to benefit Idaho bird species. Northwest Science. 84: 169 - 181.
  • Conway, C. J., and C. P. Nadeau. 2010. Effects of broadcasting conspecific and heterospecific calls on detection of marsh birds in North America. Wetlands 30:358-368.
  • Kirkpatrick, C., and C. J. Conway. 2010. Importance of montane riparian forest and influence of wildfire on nest-site selection of ground-nesting birds. Journal of Wildlife Management 74:729-738.
  • J.M. Scott, D.D. Goble, A.M. Haines, J.A. Wiens, and M. Neel. 2010. Conservation Reliant Species and the future of conservation. Conservation Letters. 3 (2): 91 - 97.
  • Cassinelli, J. and C. M. Moffitt. 2010. Growth and physiology of selected desert and montane adapted populations of redband trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss gairdneri). Transactions of the American Fisheries Society. 139:339–352  | Publisher Website | 
  • Fischer, J.R., M.C. Quist, S.L. Wigen, A.J. Schaefer, T.W. Stewart, and T.M. Isenhart. 2010. Assemblage and population level responses of stream fish to riparian buffers at multiple spatial scales. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 139:185-200.
  • Fischer, J.R., N.P. Johnson, R.D. Schultz, and M.C. Quist. 2010. A comparison of modified fyke nets for evaluating fish assemblages and population structure. Journal of Freshwater Ecology 25:555-563.
  • Jackson, Z.J., M.C. Quist, J.A. Downing, and J.G. Larscheid. 2010. Common carp (Cyprinus carpio), sport fishes, and water quality: ecological thresholds in agriculturally eutrophic lakes. Lake and Reservoir Management 26:14-22.
  • Koch, J.D., and M.C. Quist. 2010. Current status and trends in the shovelnose sturgeon (Scaphirhynchus platorynchus): management and conservation. Journal of Applied Ichthyology 26:491-498.
  • Neebling, T.E., and M.C. Quist. 2010. Relationships between fish assemblages and habitat characteristics in Iowa's non-wadeable rivers. Fisheries Management and Ecology 17:369-385.
  • Quist, M.C., J.L. Stephen, S.T. Lynott, C.S. Guy, J.M. Goeckler, and R.D. Schultz. 2010. Exploitation of walleyes in a Great Plains reservoir: harvest patterns and management scenarios. Fisheries Management and Ecology 17:522-531.
  • Quist, M.C., J.L. Stephen, S.T. Lynott, J.M. Goeckler, and R.D. Schultz. 2010. An evaluation of angler harvest of walleye and saugeye in a Kansas reservoir. Journal of Freshwater Ecology 25:1-7.
  • Smith, C.D., T.E. Neebling, and M.C. Quist. 2010. Population dynamics of sand shiners in Iowa's non-wadeable rivers. Journal of Freshwater Ecology 25:617-626.
  • Spiegel, J.R., M. C. Quist, and J.E. Morris. 2010. Precision of scales and pectoral fin rays for estimating age of highfin carpsucker, quillback carpsucker, and river carpsucker. Journal of Freshwater Ecology 25:271-278.
  • Bruce, R. L., D. M. Moffitt, and B. Dennis. 2009. Survival and passage of ingested New Zealand Mudsnails through the intestinal tract of rainbow trout. North American Journal of Aquaculture 71: 287-301  | Abstract |  Publisher Website | 
  • Koch, J.D., M.C. Quist, and K.A. Hansen. 2009. Precision of hard structures used to estimate age of bowfin in the upper Mississippi River. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 29:506-511.
  • Koch, J.D., M.C. Quist, C.L. Pierce, K.A. Hansen, and M.J. Steuck. 2009. Effects of commercial harvest on shovelnose sturgeon populations in the upper Mississippi River. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 29:84-100.
  • Koch, J.D., M.C. Quist, K.A. Hansen, and G.A. Jones. 2009. Population dynamics and potential management of bowfin (Amia calva) in the upper Mississippi River. Journal of Applied Ichthyology 25:545-550.
  • Mork, M.D., S.M. Bisping, J.R. Fischer, and M.C. Quist. 2009. Population characteristics of black bullhead in Iowa natural lakes. Journal of Freshwater Ecology 24:635-644.
  • Quist, M.C., K. Benvechio, and M.S. Allen. 2009. Statistical analysis and data management. Pages 171-194 in S.A. Bonar, W.A. Hubert, and D.W. Willis, editors. Standard methods for sampling North American Freshwater fishes. American Fisheries Society, Bethesda, MD.
  • Quist, M.C., M. Steuck, and M. Marron. 2009. Commercial harvest of paddlefish in the upper Mississippi River. Pages 345-355 in C.P. Paukert and G. Scholten, editors. Paddlefish management, propagation, and conservation in the 21st century: building from 20 years of research and management. American Fisheries Society, Bethesda, Maryland.
  • J.M. Scott. 2008. Foreword to Conservation Biology of Hawaiian Forest Birds: Implications for Island Birds. Yale University Press, Cambridge MA
  • Ogonowski, M. S., and C. J. Conway. 2009. Migratory decisions in birds: extent of genetic versus environmental control. Oecologia 161:199-207.
  • Moffitt, C. M. 2009. Climate Change and Anthropogenic Influences – Preamble. Pages 151–153 in A. J. Haro, K. L. Smith, R. A. Rulifson, C. M. Moffitt, R. J. Klauda, M. J. Dadswell, R. A. Cunjak, J. E. Cooper, K. L. Beal, and T. S. Avery, editors. Challenges for diadromous fishes in a dynamic global environment. American Fisheries Society, Symposium 69, Bethesda, Maryland.
  • Svancara, L.K., J.M. Scott, T.R. Loveland and A.B. Pidgorna. 2009. Assessing the Landscape Context and Conversion Risk of Protected Areas Using Satellite Data Products. Remote Sensing of Environment 113:1357-1369.
  • Haro, A. J., K. L. Smith, R. A. Rulifson, C.M. Moffitt, R. J. Klauda, M. J. Dadswell, R. A. Cunjak, J. E. Cooper, K. L. Beal, and T. S. Avery, editors. 2009. Challenges for diadromous fishes in a dynamic environment. Symposium 66. American Fisheries Society, Bethesda. MD.
  • Decker, K. L., and C. J. Conway. 2009. Effects of an unseasonable snowstorm on Red-faced Warbler nesting success. The Condor 111:392-395.
  • Griffith, B., J.M. Scott, R. Adamcik, D. Ashe, B. Czech, R. Fischman, P. Gonzalez, J. Lawler, A.D. McGuire, and A. Pidgorna. "Climate Change Adaptation for the US National Wildlife Refuge System"
  • Colvin, M. E., and C. M. Moffitt. 2009. Evaluation of irrigation canal networks to assess stream connectivity in a watershed. River Research and Applications.25: 486-496
  • Lindstrom, N. M., D. R. Call, M. L. House, C. M. Moffitt, and K. D. Cain. 2009. A quantitative enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay (ELISA) and filtration-based fluorescent antibody test (FAT) as potential tools to screen broodstock for Flavobacterium psychrophilum infection. Journal of Aquatic Animal Health. 21: 43-56.
  • Quist, M. C., M. R. Bower, W. A. Hubert, T. L. Parchman, and D. B. McDonald. 2009. Morphometric and meristic differences of bluehead sucker, flannelmouth sucker, white sucker, and their hubrids: tools for the management of native species in the Upper Colorado River basin. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 29:460-467.
  • Lantz, S. J., and C. J. Conway. 2009. Factors affecting daily nest survival of burrowing owls within black-tailed prairie dog colonies. Journal of Wildlife Management 73:232-241.
  • Scott, J.M. J. Horne and E.O. Garton. 2009. Saving the Hawaii Akepa. Nature. 457:956
  • Garcia, V., and C. J. Conway. 2009. Use of video probe does not affect burrowing owl reproductive parameters or return rates. Journal of Wildlife Management 73:154-157.
  • Garcia, V., and C. J. Conway. 2009. What constitutes a nesting attempt? Variation in criteria causes bias and hinders comparisons across studies. The Auk 126:31-40.
  • Hutto, R. L., C. J. Conway, V. A. Saab, and J. R. Walters. 2008. What constitutes a natural fire regime? Insight from the ecology and distribution of coniferous forest birds in North America. Fire Ecology 4:115-132.
  • Kirkpatrick, C., C. J. Conway, and M. H. Ali. 2009. Sanitation of entire broods of dead nestlings may bias cause-specific nest failure rates. Ibis 151:207-211.
  • J. Michael Scott, F. Ramsey, M. Lammertink, K. Rosenberg, R. Rohrbaugh, J. Wiens, M. Reed 2008. When is An Extinct Species Really Extinct? Gauging the Search Efforts for Hawaiian Forest Birds and the Ivory-billed Woodpecker. Avian Ecology and Conservation.

  • Muir, Rachel, J. Michael Scott 2008. A Natural Connection Endangered Species Bulletin. 2008 Highlights 33(4):36-39
  • Ballard, A. S., P. S. Balfour, and C. J. Conway. 2008. Rana catasbeiana (American bullfrog) predation. Herpetological Review 39:462.
  • Baron, J.S., S.H. Julius, J.M. West, L.A. Joyce, G. Blate, C.H. Peterson, M. Palmer, B.D. Keller, P. Kareiva, J.M. Scott and B. Griffith. 2008. Some guidelines for helping natural resources adapt to climate change. International Human Dimensions Programme on Global Environmental Change Update 2:46-52.
  • Baron, J.S., S.H. Julius, J.M. West, L.A. Joyce, G. Blate, CH.H. Peterson, M. Palmer, B.D. Keller, P. Kareiva, J.M. Scott, and B. Griffith. "Some Guidelines for Helping Natural Resources Adapt to Climate Change." pp. 46-52
  • Haines, Aaron M., Matthias Leu, J. M. Scott, K. P. Reese, L. K. Svancara 2008. The Dynamic Human Footprint Concept: A Tool in Measuring Conservation Success
  • J.M. Scott, J.L. Rachlow, and R.T. Lackey. 2008. The Science-Policy Interface: What Is An Appropriate Role for Professional Societies? 865 - 869.  | Abstract | 
  • McGrath, K. E., J. Michael Scott, Bruce E. Rieman 2008. Length Variation in Age-0 Westslope Cutthroat Trout at Multiple Spatial Scales. 123
  • Scott, J. M., Janet Rachlow, Robert Lackey 2008. Policy and Position Statements: What is the Role of Professional Societies?
  • Nadeau, C. P., C. J. Conway, B. S. Smith, and T. E. Lewis. 2008. Observer detection probability and daily variation in vocalization probability of wetland-dependent birds in northwestern Florida. Wilson Journal of Ornithology 120:513-518.
  • Julius, S.H., J.M. West, J.S. Baron, B. Griffith, L.A. Joyce, B.D. Keller, M.A. Palmer, C.H. Peterson, and J.M. Scott. 2008. Annex A: Case Studies. Pages A-1 to A-170 in: Preliminary review of adaptation options for climate-sensitive ecosystems and resources. A Report by the U.S. Climate Change Science Program and the Subcommittee on Global Change Research S.H. Julius and J.M. West (eds.), J.S. Baron, B. Griffith, L.A. Joyce, P. Kareiv, B.D. Keller, M.A. Palmer, C. H. Peterson, and J. M. Scott (authors)]. U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC.
  • J. S. Baron, B. Griffith, L. A. Joyce, P. Kareiva, B. D. Keller, M. A. Palmer, C. H. Peterson, and J. M. Scott (Authors), ][Julius, S. H., J. M. West (eds. ). Preliminary review of adaptation options for climate-sensitive ecosystems and resources. A Report by the U. S. Climate Change Science Program and the Subcommittee on Global Change Research. U. S. Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC, USA, 873 pp.
  • Scott, J. M., B. Griffith, R. S. Adamcik, D. M. Ashe, B. Czech, R. L. Fischman, P. Gonzalez, J. J. Lawler, A. D. McGuire, and A. Pidgorna, 2008: National Wildlife Refuges. In: Preliminary Review of Adaptation Options for Climate-Sensitive Ecosystems and Resources
  • Schultz, R. D., Z. J. Jackson, and M. C. Quist. 2008. Relating impoundment morphometry and water quality to black crappie, bluegill, and largemouth bass populations in Iowa. Pages 479-491 in M. S. Allen, S. Sammons, and M. J. Maceina, editors. Balancing fisheries management and water uses for impounded river systems. American Fisheries Society, Bethesda, Maryland.
  • Julius, S.H., J.M. West....J.M. Scott, 2008: Annex B: Confidence Estimates for SAP 4.4 Adaptation Approaches. In: Preliminary Review of Adaptation Options for Climate-Sensitive Ecosystems and Resources. A Report by the U.S. Climate Change Science Program and the Subcommittee on Global Change Research [Julius, S.H., J.M. West (eds.), J.S. Baron....J.M. Scott (Authors)]. U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC, USA, pp. B-1 to B-36.
  • Julius, S.H., J.M. West....J.M. Scott, 2008: Executive Summary. In: Preliminary reviw of adaptation options for climate-sensitive ecosytems and resources. A Report by the U.S. Climate Change Science Program and the Subcommittee on Global Change Research [Julius, S.H., J.M. West (eds.), J.S. Baron...J.M. Scott(Authors)]. U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, D.C., USA, pp.1-1 to 1-6
  • Scott, J.M., B. Griffith....A. Pidgorna, 2008: National Wildlife Refuges. In: Preliminary review of adaptation options for climate-sensitive ecosystems and resources. A report by the U.S. Climate Change Science Program and the Subcommittee on Global Change Research [Julius, S.H., J.M. West (eds.), J.S. Baron....and J.M. Scott (Authors)]. U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC, USA, pp. 5-1 to 5-100
  • Anlauf, K. J., and C. M. Moffitt 2008. Models of Stream Habitat Characteristics Associated with Tubificid Populations in an Intermountain Northwest Watershed. Hydrobiologia 603:147-158.
  • Conway, C. J., V. Garcia, M. D. Smith, and K. Hughes. 2008. Factors affecting detection of burrowing owl nests during standardized surveys. Journal of Wildlife Management 72:688-696.
  • Cajas Cano, L., and C. M. Moffitt. 2008. Comparing Footprints of Trout and Beef Production. World Aquaculture Magazine 39(3): 10-13; 70-72.
  • Compton, R. I., W. A. Hubert, F. J. Rahel, M. C. Quist, and M. R. Bower. 2008. Influences of fragmentation on three species of native warmwater fishes in a Colorado River basin headwater stream system, Wyoming. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 28:1733-1743.
  • Jackson, Z. J., M. C. Quist, and J. G. Larscheid. 2008. Growth standards for nine North American fish species. Fisheries Management and Ecology 15:107-118.
  • Jansen, A. C., M. C. Quist, and J. A. Kopaska. 2008. Assessment of smallmouth bass populations in Iowa rivers. Journal of the Iowa Academy of Science 115:17-23.
  • Koch, J. D., W. Schreck, and M. C. Quist. 2008. Standardized removal and sectioning locations for shovelnose sturgeon fin rays. Fisheries Management and Ecology 15:139-145.
  • Neebling, T. E., and M. C. Quist. 2008. Observations on the distribution and status of western sand darter, spotted gar, and skipjack herring in Iowa rivers. Journal of the Iowa Academy of Science 115:24-27.
  • A.M. Haines, M. Leau, L.K. Svancara, J.M. Scott, and K.P. Reese. 2008. Theoretical approach to using human footprint data to assess landscape level conservation efforts. Conservation Letters 1: 165 - 172.
  • D. Lindenmeyer..., J. M. Scott et al., 2008. A Check-list for Ecological Management of Landscapes. Ecology Letters 11:78-91
  • Lantz, S. J., C. J. Conway, and S. H. Anderson. 2007. Multi-scale habitat selection by burrowing owls in black-tailed prairie dog colonies. Journal of Wildlife Management 71:2664-2672.
  • Conway, C. J., and C. Sulzman. 2007. Status and habitat use of the California black rail in the southwestern U. S. Wetlands 27:987-998.
  • J. M. Scott, Timothy H. Tear, 2007. What are we Conserving? Establishing Multiscale Conservation Goals and Objectives in the Face of Global Threatspages 494-510 in D.B> Lindenmayer and R. J. Hobbs 2008. Managing and Designing Landscapes for Conservation Blackwell Publishing Malden,MA
  • Quist, M. C., Z. J. Jackson, M. R. Bower, and W. A. Hubert. 2007. Precision of hard structures used to estimate age of riverine catostomids and cyprinids in the Upper Colorado River basin. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 27:643-649.
  • Conway, C. J., and C. Kirkpatrick. 2007. Forest fire suppression as a cause of population decline in Buff-breasted Flycatchers. Journal of Wildlife Management 71:445-457.
  • Kirkpatrick, C., C. J. Conway, and D. LaRoche. 2007. Range expansion of the Buff-breasted Flycatcher (Empidonax fulvifrons) into the Rincon Mountains, Arizona. Southwestern Naturalist 52:149-152.
  • Kirkpatrick, C., C. J. Conway, K. M. Hughes, and J. deVos. 2007. Probability of detecting band-tailed pigeons during call-broadcast versus auditory surveys. Journal of Wildlife Management 71:231-237.
  • J. Michael Scott, J. Rachlow et. al. 2007 Policy Advocacy in Science: Prevalence, Perspectives and Implication for Conservation Biologists.
  • Boyle, W. A., and C. J. Conway. 2007. Why migrate? A test of the evolutionary precursor hypothesis. American Naturalist 169:344-359.
  • Smith, M. D., and C. J. Conway. 2007. Use of mammal manure by nesting burrowing owls: A test of four functional hypotheses. Animal Behaviour 73:65-73.
  • Jones, D. T., C. M. Moffitt, and K. Kenneth Peters. 2007. Temperature-mediated differences in bacterial kidney disease expression and survival in Renibacterium salmoninarum challenged bull trout and other salmonids. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 27:695-706.
  • Jackson, Z. J., M. C. Quist, J. G. Larscheid, E. C. Thelen, and M. J. Hawkins. 2007. Precision of scale and dorsal spines in age estimation of common carp. Journal of Freshwater Ecology 22:231-239.
  • Koch, J. D., and M. C. Quist. 2007. A technique for preparing fin rays and spines for age and growth analysis. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 27:781-784.
  • Quist, M. C. 2007. An evaluation of techniques used to index recruitment variation and year-class strength. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 27:30-42.
  • Quist, M. C., L. Bruce, K. Bogenschutz, and J. E. Morris. 2007. Sample size requirements for estimating species richness of aquatic vegetation in Iowa lakes. Journal of Freshwater Ecology 22:477-491.
  • Quist, M. C., M. R. Bower, and W. A. Hubert. 2007. Infection by a black spot-causing species of Uvulifer and associated opercular alterations in fishes from a high-desert stream in Wyoming. Diseases of Aquatic Organisms 78:129-136.
  • Conway, C. J., and K. L. Pardieck. 2006. Population trajectory of burrowing owls in eastern Washington. Northwest Science 80:292-297.
  • Conway, C. J., and S. Droege. 2006. A Unified Strategy for Monitoring Changes in Abundance of Birds Associated with North American Tidal Marshes. Studies in Avian Biology 32:382-397.
  • Quist, M. C., K. G. Gerow, M. R. Bower, and W. A. Hubert. 2006. Random versus fixed-site sampling when monitoring relative abundance of fishes in headwater streams of the Upper Colorado River basin. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 26:1011-1019.
  • Scott, J. M., D. D. Goble, J. A. Wiens, D. S. Wilcove, M. Bean and T. Male. 2006. Recovery of Imperiled Species Under the Endangered Species Act: The Need for a New Approach. Frontiers in Ecology 7:383-389.
  • Conway, C. J., V. Garcia, M. D. Smith, L. A. Ellis, and J. Whitney. 2006. Comparative demography of burrowing owls within agricultural and urban landscapes in southeastern Washington. Journal of Field Ornithology 77:280-290.
  • Kirkpatrick, C., and C. J. Conway. 2006. Woodrat (Neotoma) depredation of a yellow-eyed junco (Junco phaeonotus) nest in southeastern Arizona. Southwestern Naturalist 51:412-414.
  • Kirkpatrick, C., C. J. Conway, and P. B. Jones. 2006. Distribution and relative abundance of forest birds in relation to burn severity in southeastern Arizona. Journal of Wildlife Management 70:1005-1012.
  • Congleton, J. L. 2006. Stability of some commonly mesured blood-chemistry variables in juvenile salmonids exposed to a lethal dose of the anesthetic MS-222. Aquaculture Research 34:1146-1149.
  • Congleton, J. L., and T. Wagner. 2006. Blood-chemistry indicators of nutritional status in juvenile salmonids. Journal of Fish Biology 69:473-490.
  • Quist, M. C., M. R. Bower, W. A. Hubert and F. J. Rahel. 2006. Spatial patterns of fish assemblage structure in a tributary system of the Upper Colorado River system. Journal of Freshwater Ecology 21:673-680.
  • Davis, F. W. D. D. Goble and J. M. Scott. 2006. Renewing the Conservation Commitment, pages 296-306 in Goble, D. D. J. M. Scott and F. W. Davis 2006. The Endangered Species Act at Thirty: Renewing the Conservation Promise. Island Press. Covelo CA
  • Davis, F. W. Goble, D. D. J. M. Scot t2006. Introduction pages in Scott, J. M., D. D. Goble, and F. W. Davis 2006. The Endangered Speceis Act at Thirty: conserving biodiversity in human dominated landscapes. Island Press Covelo , CA
  • Davison, R. P., A. Falucci, L. Maiorano and J. M. Scott. 2006. The National Wildlife Refuge System, pages 90-100 in Goble, D. D., J. M. Scott, and F. W. Davis (Editors). The Endangered Species Act at Thirty: Renewing the Conservation Promise. Island Press, Covelo , CA
  • Goble, D. D. J. M. Scott and F. W. Davis 2006. Introduction, Pages 3-15 in The Endangered Species Act at Thirty: Renewing the Conservation Promise. Island Press. Covelo CA
  • Goble, D. D., J. M. Scott, and F. W. Davis, 2006. Introduction pages in Scott, J. M. D. D. Goble and F. W. Davis 2006. The Endangered Species Act at Thirty: Conserving Biodiversity in Human Dominated Landscapes. Island Press Covelo, CA
  • Scott, J. M., D. D. Goble, and F. W. Davis (Eds). 2006. The Endangered Species Act at Thirty: Conserving Biodiversity in Human Dominated Landscapes. Island Press, Covelo, California.
  • Svancara, L. K., J. M. Scott, D. D. Goble, F. W. Davis, A. Pidgorna, and D. Brewer. 2006 Endangered Species timeline pages in Davis, F. W. Goble, D. D. J. M. Scott2006
  • J. M. Scott and D. D. Goble 2006. Ongoing threats to endemic species. Science :526
  • J. M. Scott and D. D. Goble. A Database for the ESA Bioscience. 55:299
  • Scott, J. M., and D. D. Goble 2006. Ongoing threats to endemic species. Science 312:526.
  • Svancara, L. K., R. Brannon, J. M. Scott 2006. Response from Svancara and colleagues. Bioscience 56:94. .
  • Williams, C. J., and C. M. Moffitt. 2006. Erratum Estimation of Pathogen Prevalence in Pooled Samples Using Maximum Likelihood Methods and Open Source Software. Journal of Aquatic Animal Health 18:149-155.
  • Goble, D. D., and J. M. Scott. 2006. Recovery management agreements offer alternative to ESA listings. Fisheries 31:35-36.
  • Quist, M. C., M. R. Bower, and W. A. Hubert. 2006. Summer food habits and trophic overlap of roundtail chub and creek chub in Muddy Creek, Wyoming. Southwestern Naturalist 51:22-27.
  • Quist, M. C., W. A. Hubert, and F. J. Rahel. 2006. Concurrent assessment of fish and habitat in warmwater streams in Wyoming. Fisheries Management and Ecology 13:9-20.
  • Quist, M. C., W. A. Hubert, M. Fowden, S. W. Wolff, and M. R. Bower. 2006. The Wyoming Habitat Assessment Methodology (WHAM): a systematic approach to evaluating watershed conditions and stream habitat. Fisheries 31(2):75-81.
  • Scott, J. M., and J. Rachlow 2006. Science Policy and Scientists. Frontiers in Ecology 4: 68-69.
  • Svancara, L. K., R. Brannon, J. M. Scott, C. R. Groves, R. F. Noss, and R. L. Pressey. 2006. Response from Svancara and colleagues. Bioscience 56:93-94.
  • Vicky J. Meretsky, Robert Fischman, James Karr, Daniel Ashe, J. Michael Scott, Reed Noss, Richard Schroeder. New Directions in Conservation For the National Wildlife Refuge System
  • Kock, T. M. S., J. L. Congleton, and P. Anders. 2006. Effects of sediment cover on survival and development of white sturgeon embryos. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 26:134-141.
  • Conway, C. J., and S. T. A. Timmermans. 2005. Progress toward developing field protocols for a North American marsh bird monitoring program. Pages 997-1005 in C. J. Ralph and T. D. Rich, editors. Bird Conservation Implementation and Integration in the Americas: Proceedings of the Third International Partners in Flight Conference, 20-24 March 2002, Asilomar, California. Volume 2. U. S. Department of Agriculture General Technical Report PSW-GTR-191. Pacific Southwest Research Station, Forest Service, Albany, California.
  • Moffitt, C. M., and S. M. A. Mobin. 2006. Profile of microflora of the posterior intestine of Chinook salmon before, during and following administration of rations with and without erythromycin. North American Journal of Aquaculture 68:176-185.
  • Bernot, R. J., W. K. Dodds, M. C. Quist, and C. S. Guy. 2006. Temperature and kairomone induced life history plasticity in coexisting Daphnia. Aquatic Ecology 40:361-372.
  • Goble and J. M. Scott 2006. Recovery Management Agreement Offer Alternatives to Continuing ESA Listings. Fisheries 31:35.
  • Kristan, W. B., Scott, J. M. 2006. Hierarchical models for avian ecologists. Condor 108: 1-4. Svancara, L. K. Brannon R. Scott J. M. Groves R. F. Noss and Pressey R. L. Response from Svancara and colleagues. Bioscience 56:93-94.
  • Quist, M. C., W. A. Hubert, and F. J. Rahel. 2005. Fish assemblage structure following impoundment of a Great Plains river. Western North American Naturalist 65:53-63.
  • Scott, J. M., T. Loveland, K. Gergely, J. Strithold and N. Staus. 2005. National Wildlife Refuge System: Ecological context and integrity. Natural Resources Journal. 44:1041-1066.
  • Welker, T. L., and J. L. Congleton. 2005. Oxidative stress in migrating spring chinook salmon smolts of hatchery origin: changes in vitamin E and lipid peroxidation. Transactions of American Fisheries Society 134:1499-1508.
  • Williams, C. J., and C. M. Moffitt. 2005. Estimation of prevalence of pathogens in pooled samples using maximum likelihood methods and open source software. Journal of Aquatic Animal Health. 17:386-391.
  • Svancara, L. K., R. Brannon, J. M. Scott, C. R. Groves, R. F. Noss, and R. L. Pressey. 2005. Policy driven versus evidence based conservation: A review of political targtes and biological needs. Bioscience 55:989-995.
  • Smith, M. D., C. J. Conway, and L. E. Ellis. 2005. Burrowing owl nesting productivity: a comparison between artificial and natural burrows on and off golf courses. Wildlife Society Bulletin 33:454-462.
  • Moffitt, C. M. 2005. Environmental, economic and social aspects of animal protein production and the opportunities for aquaculture. Fisheries 30 (9):36-38.
  • Davis, F. W., D. D. Goble, and J. M. Scott, 2006 Conserving biodiversity in human dominated landscapes. pages. 288-290. in Scott, J. M. D. D. Goble and F. W. Davis 2006
  • Goble, D. D., J. M. Scott and F. W. Davis (eds). 2006. The Endangered Species Act at Thirty: renewing the conservation promise. Island Press Covelo California
  • Meretsky, V. J., R. L. Fischman, J. R. Karr, D. M. Ashe, J. M. Scott, R. F. Noss and R. L. Schroeder 2005. New directions in conservation for the National Wildlife Refuge System. Bioscience 56:135-143.
  • Tear, T. H., P. KAreiva, P. L. Angermeir, P. Comer, B. Czech, R. Kautz. L. Landon, D. Mehlman, K. Murphy, M. Ruckelshaus, J. M. Scott and G. Wilhere. 2005. How much is enough? The recurrent problem of setting measurable objectives in conservation. Bioscience 55: 835-849.
  • Conway, C. J., and J. P. Gibbs. 2005. Effectiveness of call-broadcast surveys for monitoring marsh birds. The Auk 122:26-35.
  • Kirkpatrick, C., and C. J. Conway. 2005. An evaluation of survey methods for monitoring interior populations of band-tailed pigeons. Pages 21-23 in Webless Migratory Game Bird Research Program Project Abstracts – 2004. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Division of Migratory Bird Management. Denver, CO.
  • Smith, M. D., and C. J. Conway. 2005. Use of artificial burrows on golf courses for burrowing owl conservation. Turf and Environmental Research Online 4:1-6.
  • Scott, J. M., and J. Schipper. 2005. GAp analysis: a spatial tool for conservation planning. In Principles of Conservation Biology, 3d edition, ed. M. J. Groom, G. K. Meffe and C. R. Carroll, 518-19. Sunderland, Mass. Sinaauer Associates
  • Scott, J. M., D. D. Goble, J. A. Wiens, D. S. Wilcove, M. Bean and T. Male 2005. Recovery of imperiled Secies under the Endangered Species Act: The Need for a New Approach. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 3:383-389.
  • Scott, J. M., D. D. Goble, J. A. Wiens, D. Wilcove, B. Bean and T. Male. 2005. Recovery of imperiled under the Endangered Species Act: the need for a new approach 3:383-390.
  • Scott, J. M., D. D. Goble, J. Wiens, D. S. WIlcove, M. Bean and T. Male. 2005. Recovery of imperiled species under the Endangered Species Act: the need for a new approach. Frontiers in Ecology and Environment 7:383-389.
  • Zabel, R., T. Wagner, J. L. Congleton, S. G. Smith, and J. G. Williams. 2005. Survival and selection of migrating salmon from capture-recapture models with individual traits. Ecological Applications 15 (4):1427-1439.
  • Mills, L. S., J. M. Scott, K. Strickler, and S. A. Temple. 2005. Ecology and management of small populations. Pp. 691-713. In Braun, C. E., editor. Techniques of Wildlife Investigations and Management. Sixth edition. The Wildlife Society, Tethesda, MD
  • Karl, J., J. M. Scott and E. Strand. 2005. An assessment of Idaho's Wildlife Management Areas for the protection of wildlife. Natural Areas Journal. 23:36-45.
  • Conway, C. J., and V. Garcia. 2005. Effects of radiotransmitters on natal recruitment of burrowing owls. Journal of Wildlife Management 69:404-408.
  • Quist, M. C., and W. A. Hubert. 2005. Relative effects of biotic and abiotic processes: a test of the biotic-abiotic constraining hypothesis using cutthroat trout. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 134:676-696.
  • Quist, M. C., F. J. Rahel, and W. A. Hubert. 2005. Hierarchical faunal filters: an approach to assessing the effects of habitat and nonnative species on native fishes. Ecology of Freshwater Fish 14:24-39.
  • Quist, M. C., J. L. Stephen, C. S. Guy, and R. D. Schultz. 2004. Age structure and mortality of walleyes in Kansas reservoirs: use of mortality caps for establishing realistic management objectives. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 24:990-1002.
  • Borgmann, K. L., and A. D. Rodewald. 2004. Nest predation in an urbanizing landscape: the role of exotic shrubs. Ecological Applications 14:1757-1765.
  • Moffitt, C. M. 2004. The implications of aquaculture production and development on sustainable fisheries. In: Fish in our future: perspectives on fisheries sustainability. American Fisheries Society Symposium 43. 91-108
  • Moffitt, C. M., A. H. Haukenes, and C. J. Williams. 2004. Evaluating and understanding fish health risks and their consequences in propagated and free-ranging fish populations. American Fisheries Society Symposium 44:529-537
  • Welker, T., and J. L. Congleton. 2004. Relationship between dietary lipid source, oxidative stress, and the physiological response to stress in sub-yearling chinook salmon (Oncorhynchus tshawytsch). Fish Physiology and Biochemistry 29:1-11.
  • Wagner, T., and J. L. Congleton. 2004. Blood-chemistry correlates of nutritional condition, tissue damage, and stress in migrating juvenile chinook salmon Oncorhynchus tshawytscha. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 61:1066-1074.
  • Bernot, R. J., W. K. Dodds, M. C. Quist, and C. S. Guy. 2004. Spatial and temporal variability of zooplankton in a Great Plains reservoir. Hydrobiologia 525:101-112.
  • Wright, R. G. 2004. Living on the wildland fire developed area interface. Natural Areas Journal. 24:173-174.
  • Congleton, J. L., P. R. Biga, and B. C. Peterson. 2003. Plasma insulin-like growth factor-I concentrations in yearling chinook salmon (Oncorhynchus tshawytscha) migrating from the Snake River Basin, USA. Fish Physiology and Biochemistry. 29:57-66.
  • Wagner, T., J. L. Congleton, and D. M. Marsh. 2004. Smolt-to-adult return rates of juvenile chinook salmon transported through the Snake-Columbia River hydropower system, USA, in relation to densities of co-transported juvenile steelhead. Fisheries Research 68:259-270.
  • Welker, T. L., and J. L. Congleton. 2004. Oxidative stress in juvenile chinook salmon, Oncorhynchus tshawytscha (Walbaum). Aquaculture Research 35:881-887.
  • Quist, M. C., and W. A. Hubert. 2004. Bioinvasive species and the preservation of cutthroat trout in the western United States: ecological, social, and economic issues. Environmental Science and Policy 7:303-313.
  • Quist, M. C., W. A. Hubert, and D. J. Isaak. 2004. Factors affecting allopatric and sympatric occurrence of two sculpin species across a Rocky Mountain watershed. Copeia 2004(3):618-624.
  • Quist, M. C., W. A. Hubert, and F. J. Rahel. 2004. Relations among habitat characteristics, exotic species, and turbid-river cyprinids in the Missouri River Drainage of Wyoming. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 133:727-742.
  • Cesar Cantu, R. Gerald Wright, J. Michael Scott, Eva Strand. 2004. Assessment of current and proposed nature reserves of Mexico based on their capacity to protect geophysical features and biodiversity. Biological Conservation. 115:411-417.
  • Conway, C. J., C. Sulzman, and B. E. Raulston. 2004. Factors affecting detection probability of California Black Rails. Journal of Wildlife Management 68:360-370.
  • Cantu, C., R. G. Wright, J. M. Scott and E. Strand. 2004. Assessing biodiversity in Nuevo Leon, Mexico: Are nature reserves the answer? Natural Areas Journal.
  • Ratti, J. T. M. Weinstein, J. M. Scott, P. A. Wiseman, A. M. Gillesburg, C. A. Miller, M. m. Szepanski and L. K. Svancara 2004. Feasibility of Wolf Reintroduction to Olympic Peninsula, Washington. Northwest Science 78: 1-76.
  • Jones, D., and C. M. Moffitt. 2004. Swimming endurance of bull trout, lake trout, arctic char, and rainbow trout following challenge with Renibacterium salmoninarum. Journal of Aquatic Animal Health 16:10-22.
  • Belovsky, L. E., D. B. Botkin, T. A. Crowl, K. W. Cummins, J. F. Franklin, M. L. Hunter, A. J. orn, D. B. Linden NAyer, J. A. MacMaha, C. R. Margulis and J. M. Scott 2004. Ten suggestions to strengthen the science of ecology. Bioscience 54: 345-351.
  • Svancara, L. K., G. Servheen, W. Melquist, D. Davis and J. M. Scott. 2004. Habitat Restoration Across Large Areas: Assessing Wildlife Responses in the Clearwater Basin, Idaho. Western Journal of Forestry Applications. 19:123-132.
  • Mac?as-Duarte, A., A. B. Montoya, W. G. Hunt, Alberto Lafon-Terrazas, and R. Tafanelli. 2004. Reproduction, prey, and habitat of the Aplomado Falcon (Falco femoralis) in desert grasslands of Chihuahua, Mexico. The Auk 121:1081-1093.
  • Anlauf, K. J., C. M. Moffitt, M. E. Colvin, and B. R. Rieman. 2004. Understanding the ecology of whirling disease through modeling of Tubifex habitat. Pp 15-16. in 10th Annual Whirling Disease Symposium. Salt Lake City. Whirling Disease Foundation, Bozeman, Montana.
  • Colvin, M. E., K. Anlauf, K. Johnson, and C. Moffitt. 2004. Effects of fish distributions on whirling disease in the Pahsimeroi River drainage, Idaho. pp 13-14, 10th Annual Whirling Disease Symposium, Salt Lake City. Whirling Disease Foundation, Bozeman, Montana.
  • Moffitt, C. M. 2004. The implications of aquaculture production and development on sustainable fisheries. American Fisheries Society Symposium 43:91-108.
  • Moffitt, C. M., A. H. Haukenes, and C. J. Williams. 2004. Evaluating and understanding fish health risks and their consequences in propagated and free-ranging fish populations. American Fisheries Society Symposium 44:529-537.
  • Bernot, R. J., W. K. Dodds, M. C. Quist, and C. S. Guy. 2004. Larval fish-induced phenotypic plasticity of coexisting Daphnia: an enclosure experiment. Freshwater Biology 49:87-97.
  • Bernot, R. J., W. K. Dodds, M. C. Quist, and C. S. Guy. 2004. Larval fish-induced phenotypic plasticity of coexisting Daphnia: an enclosure experiment. Freshwater Biology 49:87-97.
  • Quist, M. C., and C. S. Guy. 2004. Anti-predator behavior of larval walleyes and saugeyes. Transactions of the Kansas Academy of Science 107:69-76.
  • Quist, M. C., C. S. Guy, R. J. Bernot, and J. L. Stephen. 2004. Factors influencing growth and survival of larval walleyes: implications for recruitment in a southern Great Plains reservoir. Fisheries Research 67:215-225.
  • Quist, M. C., K. R. Pember, C. S. Guy, and J. L. Stephen. 2004. Variation in larval fish communities: implications for management and sampling designs in reservoir systems. Fisheries Management and Ecology 11:107-116.
  • Quist, M. C., W. A. Hubert, and D. J. Isaak. 2004. Fish assemblage structure and relations with environmental conditions in a Rocky Mountain watershed. Canadian Journal of Zoology 82:1554-1565.
  • Quist, M. C., W. A. Hubert, and F. J. Rahel. 2004. Elevation and stream-size thresholds affect distributions of native and exotic warmwater fishes in Wyoming. Journal of Freshwater Ecology 19:227-236.
  • Peery, C. A., K. L. Kavenaugh and J. M. Scott. 2003. PAcific salmon:setting ecologically defensible recovery goals. Bioscience 53:622-623.
  • Quist, M. C., W. A. Hubert, and F. J. Rahel. 2003. Exotic piscivorous fishes and reduced intermittence affect suckermouth minnows in a Southeastern Wyoming stream. Intermountain Journal of Sciences 9:62-65.
  • Cantu, C., R. G. Wright, J. M. Scott and E. Strand. 2003. Conservation assessment of current and proposed nature reserves of Tamaulipas State, Mexico. Natural Areas Journal 23:220-228.
  • Williams, C. J., and C. M. Moffitt. 2003. Bayesian estimation of fish disease prevalence from pooled samples incorporating sensitivity and specificity. Pages 39-52. Bayesian Inference and Maximum Entropy Methods in Science and Engineering:22nd International Workshop, (Ed. C. J. Williams). American Institute of Physics.
  • Conway, C. J., and J. Simon. 2003. Comparison of detection probability associated with Burrowing Owl survey methods. Journal of Wildlife Management 67:501-511.
  • Scott, J. Michael. 2003. Hot spots, cold spots. American Scientist. 91:384-385
  • Colvin, M., K. Anlauf, C. Moffitt, and K. Johnson. 2003. Prevalence of Myxobolus cerebralis in the Pahsimeroi River Watershed, Idaho. pp53-54 in Proceedings of the 9th Annual Whirling Disease Symposium. Whirling Disease Foundation, Bozeman, Montana.
  • Moffitt, C. M., M. K. Santora, C. J. Williams, K. J. Anlauf, M. E. Colvin, and K. A. Johnson. 2003. Using parameters from landscape and population based models to understand the dynamics of Myxobolus cerebralis infections. pp 23-24. Proceedings of the 9th Annual Whirling Disease Symposium. Whirling Disease Foundation, Bozeman, Montana.
  • Williams, C. J., and C. M. Moffitt 2003. Implications of assay sensitivity and specificity and hiotory of prior testing in estimates of the prevalence of fish pathogens. pp 59-60 in 8th Annual Whirling Disease Symposium. Whirling Disease Foundation, Bozeman, Montana.
  • Goeckler, J. M., M. C. Quist, J. A. Reinke, and C. S. Guy. 2003. Population characteristics and evidence of natural reproduction of blue catfish in Milford Reservoir, Kansas. Transactions of the Kansas Academy of Science 160:149-154.
  • Quist, M. C., C. S. Guy, and J. L. Stephen. 2003. Recruitment dynamics of walleyes (Stizostedion vitreum) in Kansas reservoirs: generalities with natural systems and effects of a centrarchid predator. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 60:830-839.
  • Quist, M. C., C. S. Guy, R. D. Schultz, and J. L. Stephen. 2003. Latitudinal comparisons of walleye growth in North America and factors influencing growth of walleyes in Kansas reservoirs. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 23:677-693.
  • Quist, M. C., P. A. Fay, C. S. Guy, A. K. Knapp, and B. N. Rubenstein. 2003. Effects of military training on terrestrial and aquatic communities on a grassland military installation. Ecological Applications 13:432-442.
  • LaFrentz, B. R., S. E. LaPatra, G. R. Jones, J. L. Congleton, B. Sun, and K. D. Cain. 2002. Characterization of serum and mucosal antibody responses and relative percent survival in rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss)(Walbaum), following immunization and challenge with (Flavobacterium psychrophilium). Jour of Jish Diseases 25:703-713.
  • Kelsey, D. A., C. B. Schreck, J. L. Congleton, and L. E. Davis. 2002. Effects of juvenile steelhead on juvenile chinook salmon behavior and physiology. Transactions of American Fisheries Society 131:676-689.
  • Scott, J. M. 2002. Biodiversity: what are we protecting? Pages 297-299 in Biodiversity and its effects on private property. D. D. Goble (ed. ) Idaho Law Review 38(2)
  • Shaffer, M. L., J. M. Scott and F. Casey. 2002. Noah's options: initial cost estimates of a national system of habitat conservation areas in the United States. Bioscience 52(5): 439-443.
  • Hiner, M., and C. M. Moffitt. 2002. Epidemiological modeling of Myxobolus cerebralis infections in trout: associations with habitat variables. Whirling Disease Symposium Proceedings. American Fisheries Society, Symposium Series 26:167-179.
  • Moffit, C. 2002. Hatchery evaluation of erythromycin phosphate injections in pre-spawning spring chinook salmon. North American Journal of Aquaculture 64:167-174
  • Williams, C. J., and C. M. Moffitt. 2002. A brief critique of methods of sampling and reporting pathogens in populations of fish. American Fisheries Society Symposium 26: 213-214.
  • Miller, J. K., J. M. Scott, C. R. Miller and L. P. Waits. 2002. The Endangered Species Act: dollars and sense? Bioscience 52(2): 163-168.
  • L. Eareckson and R. G. Wright. 2002. Long term monitoring of amphibians in the Palouse region of northern Idaho. Science Teacher 35:45-50.
  • Groves, C. R. D. B. Jensen, K. H. Redford, M. L. Shaffer, J. M. Scott et al. 2002. Planning for biodiversity conservation. Putting conservation science into practice. Bioscience 52(6): 499-512.
  • Haukenes, A. H., and C. M. Moffitt. 2002. Hatchery evaluation of erythromycin phosphate injections in prespawning spring chinook salmon. North American Journal of Aquaculture 64: 167-175.
  • Scott, J. M., and C. Van Riper III. 2002. Limiting factors: Introduction. page 220. In Scott, J. M., S. Conant, and C. van Riper (editors) 2001. The evolution, ecology, and management of Hawaiian birds: a vanishing avifauna. Studies in Avian Biology No. 22 Allen Press Lawrence, Kansas
  • Scott, J. M., and C. Van Riper. 2002. Status and Trends. Pp 105-107 In Scott, J. M., S. Conant, and C. van Riper (editors) 2001. The evolution, ecology, and management of Hawaiian birds: a vanishing avifauna. Studies in Avian Biology No. 22 Allen Press Lawrence, Kansas
  • Scott, J. M., Conant S., and Van Riper, C. (editors) 2002. The Evolution, Ecology, and Management of Hawaiian Birds: A Vanishing Avifauna. Studies in Avian Biology No. 22, Allen Press Lawrence, Kansas
  • Scott, J. M., S. Conant, and C. van Riper III. 2002. Introduction. Pp 1-12 In Scott, J. M., S. Conant, and C. van Riper (editors) 2001. The evolution, ecology, and management of Hawaiian birds: a vanishing avifauna. Studies in Avian Biology No. 22 Allen Press Lawrence, Kansas
  • Van Riper, C., and J. M. Scott. 2002. Limiting factors affecting Hawaiian birds. Pp. 221-233. In Scott, J. M., S. Conant, and C. van Riper (editors) 2001. The evolution, ecology, and management of Hawaiian birds: a vanishing avifauna. Studies in Avian Biology No. 22 Allen Press Lawrence, Kansas
  • Van Riper, C., S. Conant, and J. M. Scott. 2002. Introduction. Page 14 In Scott, J. M., S. Conant, and C. van Riper (editors) 2001. The evolution, ecology, and management of Hawaiian birds: a vanishing avifauna. Studies in Avian Biology No. 22 Allen Press Lawrence, Kansas
  • Erwin, R. M., C. J. Conway, and S. W. Hadden. 2002. Species occurrence of marsh birds at Cape Cod National Seashore, Massachusetts. Northeastern Naturalist 9:1-12.
  • Haukenes, A., and C. M. Moffitt. 2002. Hatchery evaluation of erythromycin phosphate injections in pre-spawning spring chinook salmon. North American Journal of Aquaculture 64:167-174.
  • Haukenes, A., C. Moffitt, K. Johnson, and B. Rieman. 2002. Myxobolus cerebralis in selected Idaho river drainages: a new look at geospatial characteristics. pp 21-24 in 8th Annual Whirling Disease Symposium, Whirling Disease Foundation, Bozeman, Montana.
  • Kiryu, Y., and C. M. Moffitt. 2002. Models of comparative toxicity of injectable erythromycin in four salmonid species. Aquaculture 211:29-41.
  • Moffitt, C. M., M. Schiewe, R. Lohn, J. Mallet, D. Chapman, R. Leonard, and R. Strach. 2002. Theodore (Ted) Clarence Bjornn Obituary. Fisheries 27(1):44.
  • Williams, C. J., and C. M. Moffitt. 2002. A brief critique of the methods of sampling and reporting of pathogens in populations of fish (brief review of status) Whirling Disease: Reviews and Current Topics. American Fisheries Society Symposium 29:213-214.
  • Quist, M. C., C. S. Guy, M. A. Pegg, P. J. Braaten, C. L. Pierce, and V. H. Travnichek. 2002. Potential influence of harvest on shovelnose sturgeon populations in the Missouri River system. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 22:537-549.
  • Quist, M. C., C. S. Guy, R. J. Bernot, and J. L. Stephen. 2002. Ecology of larval white bass in a large Kansas reservoir. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 22:637-642.
  • Quist, M. C., C. S. Guy, R. J. Bernot, and J. L. Stephen. 2002. Efficiency of removing food items from walleyes using acrylic tubes. Journal of Freshwater Ecology 17:179-184.
  • Quist, M. C., C. S. Guy, R. J. Bernot, and J. L. Stephen. 2002. Seasonal variation in condition, growth, and food habits of walleyes in a Great Plains reservoir and simulated effects of an altered thermal regime. Journal of Fish Biology 61:1329-1344.
  • Karl, J. W., L. K. Svancara, P. J. Heglund, N. M. Wright and J. M. Scott. 2002. Species commonness and the accuracy of habitat association models. Pp. 573-580. in J. M. Scott et al. Predicting species occurrences:issues of accuracy and scale. Island Press Covelo, CA.
  • Scott, J. M. P. J. Heglund , M. L. Morrison et al. 2002. Introduction: Predicting Species Occurrences: Issues of Accuracy and Scale Pages 1-6 in J. M. Scott et al. (editors) Predicting Species Occurrences: Issues of Accuracy and Scale. Island Press, Covelo, California. 868 pages.
  • Scott, J. M., P. J. Heglund, M. L. Morrison et al. (editors) 2002. Predicting species occurrences:issues of accuracy and scale. Island Press, Covelo, California 868 pages
  • Scott, J. Michael. 2002. Endangered Species and the Private Aector: Challenges and Opportunities. Idaho Law Review. 38:294-299.
  • Abbitt, R. J. F., and J. M. Scott. 2001. Examining Differences Between Recovered and Endangered Species. Conservation Biology 15: 1274-1284.
  • Scott, J. M., M. Murray, R. G. Wright, B. Csuti, and P. Morgan. 2001. Representation of natural vegetation in protected areas: capturing the geographic range. Biodiversity and Conservation 10:1297-1301.
  • Kiryu, Y., and C. M. Moffitt. 2001. Acute LD50 and kidney histopathology following injection of erythromycin (Erythro-200) and its carrier in spring chinook salmon. Journal of Fish Diseases 24(7):409-416.
  • Moffitt, C. M. A critique or methods of sampling and reporting of pathogens in populations of fish. Journal of Aquatic Animal Health 13:300-309
  • Congleton, J. L., and B. LaVoie. 2001. Comparison of blood chemistry values for samples collected from juvenile chinook salmon by three methods J. Aquatic Animal Health. 13:168-172.
  • Scott, J. M., R. J. F. Abbitt and C. R. Groves. 2001. The United States conservation portfolio: What are we protecting? Conservation Biology in Practice 2:18-19.
  • Schreck, C. B., D. Lerner, C. Seals, T. Stahl, L. Davis, G. Oosterhout, and J. Congleton. 2000. Interaction of stress, pathogens and development on behavior of teleosts. Pages 1-3 in Editors B. Barton, T. Pottinger, G. Iwama and D. MacKinley. Stressin Fish Symposium, Fourth International Congress of Fish Biology, Aberdeen, Scotland.
  • Scott, J. M., F. W. Davis, G. McGhie, R. G. Wright, and C. Groves. 2001. Nature Reserves: Do they capture the full range of America's biological diversity? Ecological Applications 11:999-1007.
  • Monello, R., and R. G. Wright. 2001. Predation by goldfish on eggs and larvae of the eastern longtoed salamander. Journal of Herpetology 35:350-353.
  • R. G. Wright, J. Scott, S. Mann, and M. Murray. Identifying unprotected and potentially at risk plant communities in the western USA. Biological Conservation 98:97-106.
  • Wright, R. G., and J. Oelfke. 2001. How long do we keep handling wolves in the Isle Royale wilderness? Park Science 20(2):14-16.
  • Yost, A., and R. G. Wright. 2001. Moose, caribou, and grizzly bear distribtuion in relation to road traffic in Denali National Park, Alaska. Arctic 54:41-48.
  • Hiner, M., and C. M. Moffitt. 2001. Variation in Myxobolus cerebralis infections in field exposed cutthroat and rainbow trout in Idaho. Journal of Aquatic Animal Health 13:124-132.
  • Moffitt, C. M. 2001. Reflections: a photographic history of fisheries and the American Fisheries Society in North America. Bethesda, Maryland: American Fisheries Society. CD multi-media show of photos, audio, video, and music accompanies this book as a unit.
  • Moffitt, C. M., and Y. Kiryu. 2001. Acute and chronic toxicity following parenteral application of erythromycin (Erythro-200) to maturing spring chinook salmon held at two water temperatures. Journal of Aquatic Animal Health 13:8-19.
  • Williams, C. J., and C. M. Moffitt. 2001. A critique of methods of sampling and reporting of pathogens in populations of fish. . pp 65-66 in 7th Annual Whirling Disease Symposium. Salt Lake City, UT. Whirling Disease Foundation, Bozeman, Montana.
  • Quist, M. C., and C. S. Guy. 2001. Growth and mortality of prairie stream fishes: relations with fish community and instream habitat characteristics. Ecology of Freshwater Fish 10:88-96.
  • Quist, M. C., C. S. Guy, and J. L. Stephen. 2001. The effect of light shock on short-term survival of walleye fry. Transactions of the Kansas Academy of Science 104:158-163.
  • Quist, M. C., R. J. Bernot, C. S. Guy, and J. L. Stephen. 2001. Seasonal variation in population characteristics of gizzard shad. Journal of Freshwater Ecology 16:641-646.
  • Nielsen, J. L., J. M. Scott, and J. L. Aycrigg. 2001. Endangered Species and Peripheral Populations: Cause for Conservation Concern. Endangered Species Update, 18-194-197.
  • Delp, J. G., J. S. Tillma, M. C. Quist, and C. S. Guy. 2000. Age and growth of four centrarchid species in southeastern Kansas streams. Journal of Freshwater Ecology 15:475-478.
  • Conway, C. J., and T. E. Martin. 2000. The value of monitoring demographic parameters and associated habitat: The BBIRD Program. Pages 200-205 in Strategies for bird conservation: The Partners-in-Flight Planning Process (R. Bonney, D. N. Pashley, R. J. Cooper, and L. Niles, eds. ). U. S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, RMRS-P-16.
  • Conway, C. J., and T. E. Martin. 2000. Effects of ambient temperature on avian incubation behavior. Behavioral Ecology 11:178-188.
  • Foster, J. T., J. M. Scott, and P. W. Sykes Jr. 2000. Akikiki (Oreomysis bairdi). The Birds of North America No. 552 in A. Poole and F. Gill (eds. ). The Birds of North America Philadelphia, PA
  • Karl, J. W., P. J. Heglund, E. O. Garton, J. M. Scott, N. M. Wright, and R. L. Hutto. 2000. Sensitivity of species habitat-relationship model performance to factors of scale. Ecological Applications 10:1690-1705.
  • Congleton, J. L., W. J. LaVoie, C. B. Schreck, and L. E. Davis. 2000. Stress indices in migrating juvenile chinook salmon and steelhead of wild and hatchery origin before and after barge transportation. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 129:946-961
  • Conway, C. J., and T. E. Martin. 2000. Evolution of avian incubation behavior: influence of food, temperature, and nest predation. Evolution 54:670-685.
  • Conway, C. J., and W. R. Eddleman. 2000. Yuma Clapper Rail. Pages 277-284 in Endangered Animals: A reference guide to conflicting issues (R. P. Reading and B. J. Miller, eds. ). Greenwood Press, Westport, CT.
  • Abbitt, R. J. F., J. M. Scott, and D. S. Wilcove. 2000. The Geography of Vulnerability: Incorporating Species Geography and Human Development Patterns into Conservation Planning. Biological Conservation 96:169-175.
  • Bister, T. J., D. W. Willis, M. L. Brown, S. M. Jordan, R. M. Neumann, M. C. Quist, and C. S. Guy. 2000. Proposed standard weight (Ws) equations and standard length categories for 18 warmwater nongame and riverine fish species. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 20:570-574.
  • Gergely, K., J. M. Scott and D. Goble. 2000. A new direction for the U. S. National Wildlife Refuges: The National Wildlife Refuge System Improvement Act, 1997. Natural Areas Journal 20:107-118.
  • Peery, C. A., and T. C. Bjornn. 2000. Dispersal of hatchery-reared chinook salmon parr following release into four Idaho streams. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 20:19-27.
  • Intelmann, S., and C. M. Moffitt. 2000. Implementing GIS and cluster analysis to describe factors associated with distribution of Myxobolus cerebralis at large geographical spatial scales in the intermountain west. pp 37-40. 6th Annual whirling Disease Symposium. Whirling Disease Foundation, Bozeman, Montana.
  • Moffitt, C. M. 2000. AFS roots are in fish culture and politics. Fish Culture Section Newsletter. Fall Issue: 1-3.
  • Moffitt, C. M. 2000. Reflections on cooperation. Fisheries 25(2):32.
  • Moffitt, C. M. 2000. Reflections on eating fish. Fisheries 25(1):29.
  • Moffitt, C. M. 2000. Reflections on gifts that last. Fisheries 25(8):4.
  • Moffitt, C. M. 2000. Reflections on how do others see us? Fisheries 25(5):4.
  • Moffitt, C. M. 2000. Reflections on NATIVE American fisheries. Fisheries 25(7):4.
  • Moffitt, C. M. 2000. Reflections on retired professionals. Fisheries 25(6):4.
  • Moffitt, C. M. 2000. Reflections on volunteering for AFS. Fisheries 25(3):4.
  • Groves, C. R., L. Kutner, D. M. Stoms, M. P. Murray, J. M. Scott, M. Schafale, A. S. Weakley, and R. L. Pressey. 2000. Owning up to our responsibilities: who owns the land important for diversity. Pp. 275-300. In Precious Heritage. B. A. Stein, L. S. Ichtner, and J. S. Adams (eds. ). Oxford University Press. Cambridge, England.
  • Scott, J. M., and P. C. Banko. 2000. The Hawaiian Goose. Pp. 142-146 in R. P. Reading and B. Miller (Eds. ). Endangered Animals: A reference guide to conflicting issues. Greenwood Press Westport, CT.
  • Sykes, P. W., A. K. Kepler, C. B. Kepler, and J. M. Scott. 2000. Kauai Oo (Moho braccatus), Oaha Oo (Moho apicalis), Bishop's Oo (Moho bishopi), Hawaii Oo (Moho nobilis) and Kioea (Chaetoptila angustipluma). In the birds of North America, No. 535. (A. Poole and F. Gill, eds. ) The Academy of Natural Sciences, Philadelphia and the American Ornithologists Union, Washington, D. C.
  • Garrett, L., and R. G. Wright. 2000. Prioritizing research and monitoring needs of terrestrial mammals in national parks. The George Wright Society forum 17:80-93.
  • Miller, B., K. Ralls, R. P. Reading, J. M. Scott, and J. Estes. 1999. Biological and Technical Considerations of Carnivore Translocation: A Review. Animal Conservation 2:59-68.
  • Karl, J. W., N. M. Wright, P. J. Heglund and J. M. Scott. 1999. Obtaining environmental measures to facilitate habitat modeling. Wildlife Society Bulletin 27:357-365.
  • Kleiman, D., G. R. P. Reading, B. . Miller, T. W. Clark, J. M. Scott, J. Robinson, R. Wallace, R. Cabin, and F. Fellman. "Improving Evaluation of Conservation Programs." Conservation Biology 14:356-365.
  • Wright, R. G. 1999. Fuzzy logic and National Park Service policy. The George Wright Society Forum 16:4-8.
  • Goble, D. D., S. M. George, K. Mazaika, J. M. Scott, and J. Karl. 1999. Local and National Protection of endangered species: An Assessment. Environmental Science and Policy 2:43-59.
  • Hiner, M., Y. Kiryu, and C. M. Moffitt. 1999. Variations in the prevalence and intensity of Myxobolus cerebralis infections in cutthroat trout and rainbow trout in the South Fork of the Boise River. Pp. 119-124 in 5th Annual Whirling Disease Symposium, Research and Management Perspectives. February 18-20, Whirling Disease Foundation, Bozeman, Montana.
  • Conway, C. J. 1999. Canada Warbler (Wilsonia canadensis). The Birds of North America, Vol. 421. (A. Poole, F. Gill, eds). The Academy of Natural Sciences, Washington, DC
  • Assaf, N. A., J. V. Pothuluri, R-F. Wang, C. E. Cerniglia, and C. M. Moffitt. 1999. Bioassay procedure for the evaluation of erythromycin activity in aquaculture environments. Journal of the World Aquaculture Society 30:137-146.
  • Haukenes, A. H., and C. M. Moffitt. 1999. Concentrations of erythromycin in maturing chinook salmon following intraperitoneal injection of one of two drug formulations. Journal of Aquatic Animal Health 11:61-67.
  • Moffitt, C. M. 1999. Reflections on mentoring. Fisheries, 24(12):27.
  • Moffitt, C. M. 1999. Reflections on the American Fisheries Society's International Participation. Fisheries 24(10):27.
  • Moffitt, C. M. 1999. Reflections Toward the Future: Plan of Work 1999-2000. Fisheries, 24(11):26-27.
  • Moffitt, C. M. 1999. Reflections. Fisheries 24(9):27.
  • Moffitt, C. M., and M. Hiner. 1999. Redefining models of epidemiology of Myxobolus cerebralis in Idaho. pp. 89-90, 5th Annual Whirling Disease Symposium, Research and Management Perspectives. February 18-20, Whirling Disease Foundation, Bozeman, Montana.
  • Moffitt, C. M., and Y. Kiryu. 1999. Toxicity, teratogenesis, and efficacy of injectable erythromycin (Erythro-200) administered repeatedly to adult spring chinook salmon. Journal of Aquatic Animal Health 11:1-9.
  • Quist, M. C., and C. S. Guy. 1999. Spatial and temporal variation in population characteristics of shovelnose sturgeon in the Kansas River. Prairie Naturalist 31:65-74.
  • Quist, M. C., J. S. Tillma, M. N. Burlingame, and C. S. Guy. 1999. Overwinter habitat use of shovelnose sturgeon in the Kansas River. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 128:522-527.
  • Scott, J. M. 1999. A Representative Biological Reserve System for the United States. Society For Conservation Biology Newsletter 6(2): 1 and 9.
  • Scott, J. M. 1999. Vulnerability of forested ecosystems in the Pacific Northwest to loss of area. Pp. 33-42. (J. A. Rochelle, L. A. Lehman, and J. Wisniewski (eds. ) Forest Fragmentation Wildlife and Management Implications. Brill Boston, Massachusetts.
  • Scott, J. M., D. Murray, and B. Griffith. 1999. Lynx Re-Introduction. Science 286:49-50.
  • Black, A. E., E. Strand, E. P. Morgan, J. M. Scott, R. G. Wright, and C. Watson. "Biodiversity and Land-Use History of the Palouse Bioregion: Pre-European to Present. pp. 85-99 in T. Sisk (ed). Perspectives on Land Use History of North America: A Context of Understanding our Changing Environment. U.S. Geological Survey, Reston VA
  • Black, A. E., E. Strand, R. G. Wright, J. M. Scott, P. Morgan and C. Watson. "Land Use History at Multiple Scales: Implications for Conservation Planning." Landscape and Urban Planning. 43:49-63.
  • Scott, J.M. and M.D. Jennings. 1998. Large area mapping of biodiversity. Annals Missouri Botanical Society 81:34-47.
  • Moffitt, C. M. 1998. Revised Standards of Professional Conduct. Fisheries. March 1998.
  • Eddleman, W. R., and C. J. Conway. 1998. Clapper Rail (Rallus longirostris). The Birds of North America, Vol. 340. (A. Poole and F. Gill, eds. ). The Academy of Natural Sciences, Washington, DC.
  • Hiner, M., and C. Moffitt. 1998. Epidemiological modeling of Myxobolus cerebralis infections: identifying environmental variables in Idaho. pp. 77-80. In Whirling Disease Symposium, Research in progress. 1998. Whirling Disease Foundation, Bozeman, Montana.
  • Kiryu, Y., and C. M. Moffitt. 1998. Field trials using in situ hybridization detection methods for Myxobolus cerebralis on experimentally exposed rainbow and cutthroat trout in selected Idaho rivers. pp. 197-202. Whirling Disease Symposium, Research in progress. Whirling Disease Foundation, Bozeman, Montana.
  • Moffitt, C. M. 1998. 7th NRSP-7/FDA Workshop. Drugs in Aquaculture: Current Status and Future Goals. Panel discussion. Veterinary and Human Toxicology 40 (Supplement 2): 55-64.
  • Moffitt, C. M. 1998. Field trials of investigational new animal drugs. Veterinary and Human Toxicology 40 (supplement 2):48-52.
  • Moffitt, C. M., B. C. Stewart, S. E. LaPatra, R. D. Brunson, J. L. Bartholomew, J. E. Peterson, and K. H. Amos. 1998. Pathogens and diseases of fish in aquatic ecosystems: Implications in fisheries management. Journal of Aquatic Animal Health 10:95-100.
  • Quist, M. C., and C. S. Guy. 1998. Poplation characteristics of channel catfish from the Kansas River, Kansas. Journal of Freshwater Ecology 13:351-359.
  • Quist, M. C., C. S. Guy, and P. J. Braaten. 1998. Standard weight (Ws) equation and length categories for shovelnose sturgeon. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 18:992-997.
  • Scott, J. M., and D. Wilcove. 1997. Improving the Future of Endangered Species. Bioscience. 48(6):1-2.
  • Siegel, D. C., and J. L. Congleton. 1997. Bactericidal activity of macrophages of juvenile chinook salmon against Aeromonas salmonicida following exposure to live of heat killed Renibacterium salmoninarum or the soluble proteins produced by R. salmoninarum. Journal of Aquatic Animal Health 9 (3): 180-189.
  • Dobbs, R. C., T. E. Martin, and C. J. Conway. 1997. Williamson's Sapsucker (Sphyrapicus thyroideus). The Birds of North America, Vol. 285. (A. Poole and F. Gill, eds. ). The Academy of Natural Sciences, Washington, DC.
  • Moffitt, C. M. 1997. Adopting a revised code of professional ethics. Fisheries 22(2): 16-17.
  • Moffitt, C. M. 1997. The need for standards of professional conduct. Fisheries 22(2): 18.
  • Groves, C. R., B. Butterfield, A. Lippincott, B. Csuti and J. M. Scott. 1997. Atlas of Idaho's Wildlife. Idaho Department of Fish and Game. Boise, Idaho.
  • Jennings, M. D., B. Csuti and J. M. Scott. 1997. Wildlife Habitat Relationship models: distribution and abundance. Conservation Biology 11:1271-1272.
  • Noss, R. F., and J. M. Scott. 1997. Ecosystem protection and restoration: the core of ecosystem management. Pp. 239-264. in M. S. Byce and A. Honey (eds. ) Ecosystem Management: Applications for Sustainable Forest and Wildlife Resources. Yale University Press, London England.
  • Scott, J. M., and B. Csuti. 1997. Gap analysis assessing landscape trends in diversity. Pp. 409-410. in Meffe, G. K. and C. R. Carrol (eds. ) Principles of conservation biology, 2nd edition. Sinauer Associates, Inc. Sunderland, Mass.
  • Scott, J. M., and B. Csuti. 1997. Gap Analysis for biodiversity survey and maintenance. Pp. 321-340 in M. L. Reaka-Kudla, D. E. Wilson, and E. O. Wilson (eds. ), Biodiversity II: Understanding and protecting our natural resources. Joseph Henry Press, Washington, D. C.
  • Scott, J. M., and B. Csuti. 1997. Noah Worked Two Jobs. Conservation Biology 11:1255-1257.
  • Congleton, J. L., and B. Sun. 1996. Interferon-like activity produced by anterior kidney leucocytes of rainbow trout simulated in vitro by IHNV or Poly I:C. Diseases of Aquatic Organisms 25:185-195.
  • Peters, K.K., and C.M. Moffitt. 1996. Optimal dosage of erythromycin in a new feed additive to control bacterial kidney disease. Journal of Aquatic Animal Health 8:229-240.
  • Moffitt, C. M. 1996. Proposed education section constitution changes. Arguments for and against. American Fisheries Society Education Section Newsletter 17(1):3.
  • Moffitt, C. M. 1996. Registration of aquaculture chemicals: Will we ever get to the finish line? pp. 203, Proceedings of the 47th Annual Northwest Fish Culture Conference, Victoria, British Columbia, Canada.
  • Jacobi, J. D., S. G. Fancy, J. G. Griffin, and J. M. Scott. 1996. Long term population viability in the Palila, an endangered Hawaiian honey-creeper. Pacific Science, 50(4):363-370.
  • Kiester, R., J. M. Scott, B. C. Csuti, R. F. Noss, B. Butterfield, K. Sahr, and D. White. 1996. Conservation Prioritization Using Gap Data. Conservation Biology 10:1332-1342.
  • Scott, J. M., M. Jennings, R. G. Wright, and B. Csuti. 1996. Landscape Approaches to Mapping Biodiversity. BioScience 26(2):77-78.
  • Scott, J. M., S. Mountainspring, F. L. Ramsey, and C. B. Kepler. 1986. Forest bird communities of the Hawaiin Islands: Their dynamics, ecology, and conservation. Studies in Avian Biology 9, 431 pp.
  • Scott, J. M., T. H. Tear, F. Davis (eds. ). 1996. Gap Analysis: A Landscape Approach to Land Management Issues. 400 pp., American Society of Photogrammetric Engineers, Bethesda, Maryland.
  • Stine, P., F. Davis, B. Csuti, and J. M. Scott. 1996. Comparative utility of vegetation maps of different resolutions for conservation planning. Pp. 210-220. R. Szaro (ed. ), Biodiversity in managed landscapes: Theory and practice. Oxford University Press.
  • Wright, R. G., and J. M. Scott. 1996. Evaluating the ecological suitability of lands for parks and protected areas using Gap Analysis data bases. Pp. 121-132 in R. G. Wright (ed. ) National parks and protected areas: Their role in environmental protection. 449 pp.
  • Conway, C. J., G. V. N. Powell, and J. D. Nichols. 1995. Overwinter survival of Neotropical migratory birds in early-successional and mature tropical forests. Conservation Biology 9:855-864.
  • Conway, C. J. 1995. Virginia Rail (Rallus limicola). The Birds of North America, Vol. 173. (A. Poole and F. Gill, eds. ). The Academy of Natural Sciences, Washington, DC.
  • Conway, C. J., S. H. Anderson, D. E. Runde, and D. Abbate. 1995. Effects of experimental harvest of fledglings on Prairie Falcons. Journal of Wildlife Management 59:311-316.
  • Moffitt, C.M., and A.H. Haukenes. 1995. Regional investigational new animal drug permits for erythromycin feed additive and injectable. Progressive Fish-Culturist 57:97-101.
  • Haukenes, A. H., and C. M. Moffitt. 1995. Potential environmental impact of erythromycin medicated feeds at Pacific northwest fish hatcheries. Proceedings of the 46th Annual Northwest Fish Culture Conference, Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife, Olympia, Washington.
  • Moffitt, C., and C. Goude. 1995. Equal Opportunity in Fisheries Employment. Pp. 35-40. In An AFS Guide to Fisheries Employment, T. D. Hill and R. M. Neumann eds. American Fisheries Society, Education Section, Bethesda, Maryland.
  • Caicco, S., J. M. Scott, B. Butterfield, and B. Csuti. 1995. A Gap Analysis of the management status of the actual vegetation in Idaho (USA). Conservation Biology 9:498-511.
  • Csuti, B., L. A. Graham and J. M. Scott. 1995. Gap Analysis: a spatial approach to identifying representative areas for maintaining biodiversity. Pp. 537-541 In: J. Bissonette and P. R. Krausman (eds. ) Integrating people and wildlife for a sustainable future. The Wildlife Society, Bethesda, Maryland.
  • Nerrill, T., R. G. Wright and J. M. Scott. 1995. Using ecological criteria to evaluate wilderness planning options in Idaho. Environmental Management 19(6):815-825.
  • Noss, R. F., T. E. LaRoe III, and J. M. Scott. 1995. Endangered ecosystems of the United States: A preliminary assessment of loss and degradation. National Biological Service Biological Report, 28:58 pp.
  • Scott, J. M. 1995. Hawaii pp. 361-363 In. E. T. La Roe III, G. S. Farris, C. E. Puckett, P. D. Dorand and M. J. Mac (eds. ) Our Living Resources, U. S. Dept. of Interior, National Biological Service, Washington D. C.
  • Scott, J. M., E. D. Ables, T. C. Edwards, Jr., R. L. Eng., T. A. Gavin, L. D. Harris, J. B. Haufler, W. M. Healy, F. L. Knopf, O. Torgerson and H. P. Weeks, Jr. 1995. Conservation of biological diversity: perspectives and the future for the wildlife profession. Wildlife Soc. Bull. 23:645-657.
  • Scott, J. M., E. T. La Roe III and M. D. Jennings. 1995. Gap Analysis: a geographic approach to planning for biological diversity. Page 462 In. E. T. La Roe III., G. S. Farris, C. E. Puckett, P. D. Dorand and M. J. Mac (eds. ): Our living resources U. S. Dept. of Interior, National Biological Service, Washington D. C.
  • Scott, J. M., T. H. Tear, and L. S. Mills. 1995. Socioeconomics and the recovery of endangered species: Biological assessment in a political world. Conservation Biology 9:214-216.
  • Tear, T. H., J. M. Scott, P. H. Hayward, and B. Griffith. 1995. Recovery plans and the Endangered Species Act: Are criticisms supported by data? Conservation Biology 9:182-195.
  • Conway, C. J., and W. R. Eddleman. 1994. Virginia Rail. Pages 193-206 In Management of Migratory Shore and Upland Game Birds in North America (T. C. Tacha and C. E. Braun, eds. ). International Association of Fish & Wildlife Agencies, Washington, DC.
  • Conway, C. J., W. R. Eddleman, and K. L. Simpson. 1994. Evaluation of lipid indices of the Wood Thrush. Condor 96:783-790.
  • Conway, C. J., W. R. Eddleman, and K. L. Simpson. 1994. Seasonal changes in fatty acid composition of Wood Thrush. Condor 96:791-794.
  • Conway, C. J., W. R. Eddleman, and S. H. Anderson. 1994. Nesting Success and Survival of Virginia Rails and Soras. Wilson Bulletin 106:466-473.
  • Eddleman, W. R., and C. J. Conway. 1994. Clapper Rail. Pages 167-179 In Management of Migratory Shore and Upland Game Birds in North America (T. C. Tacha and C. E. Braun, eds. ). International Association of Fish & Wildlife Agencies, Washington, DC.
  • Miller, B., R. Reading, C. J. Conway, J. A. Jackson, M. Hutchins, N. Snyder, S. Forrest, J. Frazier, and S. Derrickson. 1994. A Model for Improving Endangered Species Recovery Programs. Environmental Management 18:637-645.
  • Faler, J. C., and C. M. Moffitt. 1994. Toxicity of erythromycin rations administered to juvenile spring chinook salmon. Proceedings, 44th Annual Northwest Fish Culture Conference, Spokane, Washington.
  • Haukenes, A. H., and C. M. Moffitt. 1994. Injections of erythromycin and oxytetracycline in adult chinook salmon challenged with Renibacterium salmoninarum. Proceedings, 44th Annual Northwest Fish Culture Conference, Spokane, Washington.
  • Moffitt, C. M., A. H. Haukenes, T. L. Burnham, and J. K. Erickson. 1994. Bacteria isolated from eggs and developing progeny of adult chinook salmon injected with erythromycin. International Symposium on Aquatic Animal Health. Seattle, Washington. University of California, Davis, California.
  • Butterfield, B. R., B. Csuti, and J. M. Scott. 1994. Modeling vertebrate distributions for Gap Analysis. Pages 53-68 in: R. Miller (ed. ), Mapping the Diversity of Nature, Chapman and Hall, London.
  • Machlis, G. E., J. M. Scott, D. J. Forester, and C. B. Cogan. 1994. The application of Gap Analysis to decision making in the U. S. National Wildlife Refuge System. Pages 66-574 in: Transactions of the 59th North American Wildlife and Natural Resource Conference.
  • Scott, J. M. 1994. Harry R. Painton Award: Thirty-two years of excellence. 1961-1993. Condor 96: 831-832.
  • Scott, J. M. 1994. Preserving and restoring avian diversity: A search for solutions. Pages 340-348 in: J. R. Jehl and N. K. Johnson (eds. ), A Century of Avifaunal Change. Studies in Avian Biology No. 14.
  • Scott, J. M., S. A. Temple, D. L. Howard, and M. L. Shaffer. 1994. Restoration and management of endangered species. Pages 531-539 in: T. Bookhout (ed. ), Research and Management Techniques for Wildlife and Habitats, 5th edition.
  • Conway, C. J., and T. E. Martin. 1993. Habitat Suitability for Williamson's Sapsuckers in Mixed-Conifer Forests. Journal of Wildlife Management 57:322-328.
  • Conway, C. J., W. R. Eddleman, S. H. Anderson, L. R. Hanebury. 1993. Seasonal Changes in Yuma Clapper Rail Vocalization Rate and Habitat Use. Journal of Wildlife Management 57:282-290.
  • Edwards, T. C. Jr., and J. M. Scott. 1993. Use of gap analysis as a tool for the management of biodiversity. Pp. 82-86 In: Proceedings of the International Union of Game Biologists XXI. Cengress Forests towards the 21st Century Proceedings, Vol. 1.
  • Edwards, T. C., J. M. Scott, C. G. Homer, and R. D. Ramsey. 1993. Gap Analysis: A geographic approach for assessing national biological diversity. Natural Resources and Environmental Issues 2:65-72.
  • Griffith, B., J. M. Scott, J. W. Carpenter, and C. Reed. 1993. Animal translocations and potential disease transmission. Journal of Zoology and Wildlife Medicine 24:231-236.
  • Jennings, M. D., and J. M. Scott. 1993. Building a Macroscope: How Well do Places Managed for Biodiversity Match Reality? Renewable Resources Journal (Summer). 11:16-20.
  • Scott, J. M., F. Davis, B. Csuti, R. Noss, B. Butterfield, C. Groves, H. Anderson, S. Caicco, F. D'Erchia, T. C. Edwards, Jr., J. Ulliman, and R. G. Wright. 1993. Gap Analysis: A geographic approach to protection of biological diversity. Wildlife Monograph, No. 123:1-41.
  • Stoms, D. M., F. W. Davis, C. B. Cogan, M. O. Painho, B. W. Duncan, J. Scepan, and J. M. Scott. 1993. Geographic information system analysis of species sighting data: A case study of the California condor. Conservation Biology 7:148-159.
  • Tear, T. H., J. M. Scott, P. H. Hayward, and B. Griffith. 1993. Status and prospects for success of the endangered species act: A look at recovery plans. Science 262:976-977.
  • Miller, B., D. Biggins, L. Hanebury, C. Conway, and C. Wemmer. 1992. Rehabilitation of a species: The Black-footed Ferret (Mustela nigripes). Pages 183-192 In Wildlife Rehabilitation, Vol. 9 (D. R. Ludwig, ed. ). Burgess Printing, Edina, MN.
  • Moffitt, C. M. 1992. Diseases and other factors affecting survival of wild and hatchery smolts, p. 203 in Passage and survival of juvenile chinook salmon migrating from the Snake River Basin. Proceedings of a technical workshop, University of Idaho, Moscow.
  • Moffitt, C. M. 1992. Survival of juvenile chinook salmon challenged with Renibacterium salmoninarum and administered oral doses of erythromycin thiocyanate for different durations. Journal of Aquatic Animal Health 4:119-125.
  • Moffitt, C. M., A. H. Haukenes, and K. K. Peters. 1992. Regional investigational new animal drug permits for erythromycin injectable and feed additives. Proceedings, 42nd Annual Northwest Fish Culture Conference.
  • Nelson, S. C., M. L. McAllister, M. A. Stern, B. H., Varoujan, and J. M. Scott. 1992. The marbled murrelet in Oregon, 1899-1989. 5:61-69 in: H. Carter (ed. ), Proc. West. Found. Vert. Zool.
  • Noss, R. F., S. P. Cline, B. Csuti, and J. M. Scott. 1992. Monitoring and assessing biodiversity. Pages 67-85 in: E. Lykke (ed. ), Achieving Environmental Goals: The Concept and Proactive of Environmental Performance Review, Belhaven Press, London.
  • Scott, J. M., B. Csuti, and E. T. LaRoe. 1992. Protecting biodiversity. Issues in Science and Technology 8(4):21.
  • Moffitt, C.M. 1991. Oral and injectable applications of erythromycin in salmonid fish culture. Human and Veterinary Toxicology 33:49-53.
  • Moffitt, C. M. 1991. Antibiotic therapy for salmon. Women in Natural Resources 12(4):17.
  • Csuti, B., and J. M. Scott. 1991. Mapping wildlife diversity for Gap Analysis. Western Wildlands 17(3):13-18.
  • Dennis, B., P. L. Munlholland, and J. M. Scott. 1991. Estimation of growth and extinction parameters for endangered species. Ecological Monographs 61(2):115-143.
  • Hayward, G. D., C. B. Kepler and J. M. Scott. 1991. Point counts from clustered populations: from an experiment with Hawaiian Crows. The Condor 93:676-682.
  • Ratti, J. T., and J. M. Scott. 1991. Agriculture impacts on wildlife: Problem review and restoration needs. The Environmental Professional 13:263-274.
  • Scott, J. M., and E. O. Garton. 1991. Population estimate of the endangered Black-Capped Vireo. Condor 93:469-470.
  • Scott, J. M., B. Csuti, and F. Davis. 1991. Gap analysis: An application of geographic information systems for wildlife species. Pages 167-180 in: D. J. Decker, M. E. Krasny, G. R. Goff, C. R. Smith, and D. W. Grove (eds. ), Challenges in the Conservation of Biological Resources: A Practitioners Guide, Westview Press, Boulder, Colorado.
  • Scott, J. M., B. Csuti, and S. Caicco. 1991. A method for assessing the protection needs of biodiversity in the United States. Pages 15-26 in: W. Hudson (ed. ), Landscape Linkages and Biological Diversity: A Strategy for Survival, Island Press, Seattle, Washington.
  • Scott, J. M., B. Csuti, D. Stoms, and F. Davis. 1991. Remote sensing for nongame wildlife habitat management. Transactions 56th North American Wildlife and Natural Resources Conference (1991):134-140.
  • Scott, J. M., B. Csuti, K. Smith, J. E. Estes, and S. Caicco. 1991. Gap Analysis of species richness and vegetation cover: An integrated biodiversity conservation strategy. Pages 282-297 in: K. A. Kohm (ed. ) Balancing on the Brink of Extinction: The Endangered Species Act and Lessons for the Future, Island Press, Washington, D. C.
  • Scott, J. M., B. Csuti, K. Smith, J. E. Estes, and S. Caicco. 1991. Gap analysis of species richness and vegetation cover: And the promise of an integrated biodiversity conservation strategy. Pages 282-297 in: K. Kohm (ed. ), Balancing on the Brink of Extinction, Island Press.
  • Hayton, W. L., I. R. Schultz, and C. M. Moffitt. 1990. Erythromycin pharmacokinetics in adult chinook salmon after intra and extra vascular injection. The Toxicologist 10(1):176.
  • Moffitt, C. M. 1990. Controlling bacterial kidney disease in salmon. Image Newsletter 2(1):4.
  • Moffitt, C. M. 1990. Drug testing for fish: Controlling bacterial kidney disease in salmon. Focus on Renewable Natural Resources 15:6-7. Idaho Forest, Wildlife and Range Experiment Station, University of Idaho, Moscow.
  • Moffitt, C. M. 1990. The natural history of lakes: Review of the book by M. Burgis and P. Morris. Women in Natural Resources 11(4):37.
  • Davis, F. W., D. M. Stoms, J. E. Estes, J. Scepan, and J. M. Scott. 1990. An information systems approach to the preservation of biological diversity. Int. J. Geographical Information Systems 4(1):55-78.
  • Griffith, B., and J. M. Scott. 1990. Evaluating translocation strategies. Endangered Species Technical Bull. 6(1):5.
  • Griffith, B., J. M. Scott and C. Reed 1990. Translocation of Captive Reared Terrestrial Vertebrates; 1973-1986. Endangered Species Update 8: 10-13.
  • Kepler, C. B., and J. M. Scott. 1990. Notes on Distribution of the Endangered Hawaiian Hoary Bat, 1964-1983. Elepaio. 50:59-64. s
  • Mountainspring, S., T. L. C. Casey, C. B. Kepler, and J. M. Scott. 1990. Ecology, Behavior, and Conservation of the Poo-uli (Melamprosops phaeosoma). Wilson Bull. 102:109-122.
  • Pattee, O. H., P. H. Bloom, J. M. Scott, and M. R. Smith. 1990. Lead Hazards Within the Ranges of the California Condor. Condor. 92:931-937.
  • Scott, J. M. 1990. Offshore distributional patterns, feeding habits, and adult-chick interactions of the Common Murre in Oregon. Pages 103-108 in: S. G. Sealy (ed. ), Auks at Sea. Studies in Avian Biology No. 14.
  • Scott, J. M. 1990. Preserving life on earth: A new approach. Focus 4:1-2.
  • Scott, J. M., B. Csuti, and K. A. Smith. 1990. Commentary: Playing Noah while paying the devil. Ecol. Soc. Bull. 71(3):156-158.
  • Moffitt, C. M., C. Banner, M. DeCew, W. Hutchinson, J. Ganzhorn, J. Warren, and C. Wesby. 1990. Administration of erythromycin to adult and juvenile salmonids - what are we doing and what do we know? Proceedings of the Fortieth Annual Northwest Fish Culture Conference. Gleneden Beach, Oregon, December 5-7, 1989. National Marine Fisheries Service, Portland
  • Moffitt, C.M., and T.C. Bjornn. 1989. Protection of chinook salmon smolts with oral doses of erythromycin against acute challenges of Renibac¬terium salmoninarum. Journal of Aquatic Animal Health 1:227-232.
  • Bloom, P. H., J. M. Scott, O. H. Pattee, and M. R. Smith. 1989. Lead contamination of golden eagles Aquila chrysaetos within the range of the California condor Gymnogyps californianus. Raptors in the Modern World, pp. 481-482.
  • Griffith, B., J. M. Scott, J. W. Carpenter, and C. Reed. 1989. Translocation as a species conservation tool: Status and strategy. Science 245:477-480.
  • Scott, J. M., B. Csuti, H. Anderson, and J. E. Estes. 1989. Letters: Biodiversity. Science. 589.
  • Scott, J. M., B. Csuti, J. E. Estes, and H. Anderson. 1989. Status Assessment of Biodiversity Protection. Conservation Biology 3:85-87.
  • Scott, J. M., B. Griffith, J. W. Carpenter, and C. Reed. 1989. Translocation of wildlife: An evaluation and perspective. Pages 451-456 in: B. L. Dresser, R. W. Reece, and E. J. Maruska (eds. ), Proceedings 5th World Conference on Breeding Endangered Species in Captivity. Cincinnati - Zoo and Botanical Garden Center, Cincinnati, Ohio.
  • Scott, J. M., C. B. Kepler, C. van Riper III, C. Stone, and S. I. Fefer. 1989. Integrated Conservation Strategy for Hawaiian Forest Girds. BioScience 39:476-478.
  • Moffitt, C.M. 1988. A profile of AFS membership and their opinion about society organization and policies. Fisheries 13(2):24-30.
  • Moffitt, C.M., and J.A. Schreck. 1988. Accumulation and depletion of orally administered erythromycin thiocyanate in tissues of chinook salmon. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 117:394-400.
  • Csuti, B. A., J. M. Scott, and J. E. Estes. 1988. Looking Beyond Species-Oriented Conservation. Endangered Species Update 5:4.
  • Scott, J. M., and C. J. Ralph. 1988. Quality control of symposia and their published proceedings. Wildl. Soc. Bull. 16:68-74.
  • Scott, J. M., B. Csuti, K. Smith, J. E. Estes, and S. Caicco. 1988. Beyond Endangered Species: An Integrated Conservation Strategy for the Preservation of Biological Diversity. Endangered Species Update 5: 43-48.
  • Scott, J. M., C. B. Kepler, C. van Riper, and S. Fefer. 1988. Conservation of Hawaii's vanishing avifauna. BioScience 38(4):238-253.
  • Wiemeyer, S. N., J. M. Scott, M. P. Anderson, P. H. Bloom, and C. J. Stafford. 1988. Environmental Contaminants in California Condors. Journal of Wildlife Management. 52(2):238-247.
  • Schreck, J.A., and C.M. Moffitt. 1987. Palatability to chinook salmon of feed containing different concentrations of erythromycin thiocyanate. Progressive Fish-Culturist 49(4):241-247.
  • Dadswell, M. J., R. J. Klauda, C. M. Moffitt, R. L. Saunders, R. Rulifson, and J. Cooper (Eds). 1987. Common strategies of anadromous and catadromous fishes. American Fisheries Society Symposium 1. (First in a series of symposia with edited and technically reviewed papers. )
  • Moffitt, C. M. 1987. Utilization of the freshwater habitat - preamble. p. 26 in Dadswell, M. J., R. J. Klauda, C. M. Moffitt, R. L. Saunders, R. A. Rulifson, and J. E. Cooper, eds. Common strategies of anadromous and catadromous fishes, American Fisheries Society Symposium l.
  • Giffin, J. G., J. M. Scott, and S. Mountainspring. 1987. Habitat Selection and Management of the Hawaiian Crow. Journal of Wildlife Management 51:485-494.
  • Scott, J. M., and J. W. Carpenter. 1987. Release of Captive-Reared or Translocated Endangered Birds: What Do We Need to Know? Auk 104: 544-545.
  • Scott, J. M., B. Csuti, J. D. Jacobi, and J. E. Estes. 1987. Species Richness: A Geographic Approach to Protecting Future Biological Diversity. BioScience 37:782-788.
  • Scott, J. M., C. B. Kepler, P. Stine, H. Little, and K. Taketa. 1987. Protecting endangered forest birds in Hawaii: The development of a conservation strategy. Trans. 52nd N. A. Wildl., and Nat. Resource Conference, pp. 348-363.
  • Paton, P. W. C., J. M. Scott, and T. A. Burr. 1986. Amercian Coot and Black-Necked Stilt on the Island of Hawaii. Western Birds 16:175-181.
  • Scott, J. M., C. P. Stone, and R. L. Walker. 1986. Of geese and faulty sentences. BioScience 36:412-413.
  • Brower, L.P., B.E. Horner, M.A. Marty, C.M. Moffitt, and B. Villa. 1985. Mice as predators on overwintering monarch butterflies (Danaus plexippus L.) in Mexico. Biotropica 17(2):89-99.
  • Moffitt, C.M. 1985. Membership concerns are your concerns. Fisheries 10(4):13-15.
  • Jacobi, J. D., and J. M. Scott. 1985. An assessment of the current status of upland habitats and associated endangered species on the island of Hawaii. Pages 3-22 in: C. P. Stone and J. M. Scott (eds. ), Hawaii's Terrestrial Ecosystems Preservation and Management. Coop. Natl. Park Res. Study Unit, University of Hawaii Press.
  • Kepler, C. B., and J. M. Scott. 1985. Conservation of island ecosystems. Pages 255-271 in: P. J. Moors (ed. ), Conservation of Island Birds Case Studies for the Management of Threatened Island Species, I. C. B. P. Tech. Publ. No. 3, Plaston Press, Norwich, England.
  • Mountainspring, S., and J. M. Scott. 1985. Interspecific Competition Among Hawaiian Forest Birds. Ecological Monographs 55(2):219-239.
  • Paton, P. W. C., and J. M. Scott. 1985. Waterbirds of Hawaii Island. Elepaio 45:69-76.
  • Scott, J. M., and C. B. Kepler. 1985. Distribution and abundance of Hawaiian native birds: A status report. Pages 43-70 in: Stanley A. Temple, (ed. ), Bird Conservation, Vol. 2, University of Wisconsin Press, Madison, Wisconsin.
  • Scott, J. M., and J. L. Sincock. 1985. Hawaiian Birds. Pages 549-562 in: A. Eno and R. L. DiSilvestro (eds. ), Audubon Wildlife Report, The National Audubon Society, New York, New York.
  • Scott, J. M., C. B. Kepler, and J. L. Sincock. 1985. Distribution and abundance of Hawaii's landbirds: Conservation and management strategies. Pages 75-104 in: C. P. Stone and J. M. Scott (eds. ), Protection and Management of Terrestrial Hawaiian Ecosystems, University of Hawaii Press.
  • Stone, C. P., and J. M. Scott (eds. ) 1985. Hawaii's terrestrial ecosystems protection and management. University of Hawaii Press, Honolulu, Hawaii, 584 pp.
  • Stone, C. P., and J. M. Scott. 1985. Hawaii's native ecosystems: A synopsis for the future. Pages 495-534 in: C. P. Stone and J. M. Scott (eds. ), Protection and Management of Terrestrial Hawaiian Ecosystems, University of Hawaii Press.
  • Sakai, H. F., and J. M. Scott. 1984. Turkey sightings on Keauhou Ranch, Volcano, Hawaii. Elepaio 43(3):19.
  • Scott, J. M., S. Mountainspring, C. van Riper III, C. B. Kepler, J. D. Jacobi, and T. A. Burr. 1984. Annual Variation in the Distribution, Abundance and Habitat Response of the Palila (Loxiodes bailleui). Auk 101:647-664.
  • Moffitt, C.M. 1983. A survey of women members of AFS. Fisheries 8(3):12-13
  • Moffitt, C.M., B.E. Kynard, and S.G. Rideout. 1983. Fish passage facilities and anadromous fish restoration in the Connecticut River basin. Fisheries 7(6):1-11.
  • Scott, J. M., and C. B. Kepler. 1983. Hawaii's upland forests. Science 22:1002.
  • Scott, J. M., R. Pyle, and R. Coleman. 1983. Records of small white egrets in Hawaii and Samoa with notes on identification. Elepaio 43:79-82.
  • Stone, C. P., R. L. Walker, J. M. Scott, and P. C. Banko. 1983. Hawaiian Goose Research and Management: Where Do We Go From Here? Elepaio 44:11-15.
  • Kepler, C. B., and J. M. Scott. 1981. Reducing count variability by training observers. Pages 366-371 in: C. J. Ralph and J. M. Scott (eds. ), Estimating Numbers of Terrestrial Birds. Studies in Avian Biology 6.
  • Ralph, C. J., and J. M. Scott (eds. ). 1981. Estimating numbers of terrestrial birds. Studies in Avian Biology 6, 630 pp.
  • Ramsey, F. L., and J. M. Scott. 1981. Analysis of bird survey data using a modification of Emlen's method. Pages 483-487 in: C. J. Ralph and J. M. Scott (eds. ), Estimating Numbers of Terrestrial Birds. Studies in Avian Biology 6.
  • Ramsey, F. L., and J. M. Scott. 1981. Tests of hearing ability. Pages 341-345 in: C. J. Ralph and J. M. Scott (eds. ), Estimating Numbers of Terrestrial Birds. Studies in Avian Biology 6.
  • Ramsey, F. L., J. M. Scott, and R. T. Clark. 1981. Statistical problems arising from surveys of rare and endangered forest birds. Statistical Ecology, Session of the Intl. Statistical Inst., Manila, Philippines, pp. 471-483, 570-571.
  • Scott, J. M., and C. J. Ralph. 1981. Introduction. Pages 1-2 in: C. J. Ralph and J. M. Scott (eds. ), Estimating Numbers of Terrestrial Birds. Studies in Avian Biology 6.
  • Scott, J. M., and F. L. Ramsey. 1981. Effects of abundant species on the ability of observers to make accurate counts of birds. Auk 99: 610-613.
  • Scott, J. M., and F. L. Ramsey. 1981. Length of count period as a possible source of bias in estimating bird numbers. Pages 409-413 in: C. J. Ralph and J. M. Scott (eds. ), Estimating Numbers of Terrestrial Birds. Studies in Avian Biology 6.
  • Scott, J. M., F. L. Ramsey, and C. B. Kepler. 1981. Distance estimation as a variable in estimating bird numbers from vocalizations. Pp. 334-340. In C. J. Ralph and J. M. Scott (eds. ) Estimating Numbers on Terrestrial Birds. Studies in Avian Biology No. 6.
  • Scott, J. M., J. D. Jacobi, and F. L. Ramsey. 1981. Avian Surveys of Large Geographical Areas: A Systematic Approach. Wildlife Society Bulletin 9:190-200.
  • Reynolds, R. T., J. M. Scott, and R. A. Nussbaum. 1980. A Variable Circular Plot Method for Estimating Bird Numbers. Condor 82:309-313.
  • Scott, J. M. 1980. Letter to the editor, correction to creeper article by Sakai and Ralph. Elepaio 41:7.
  • Scott, J. M., J. L. Sincock, and A. J. Berger. 1980. Records of nests, eggs, nestlings, and cavity nesting of endemic passerine birds in Hawaii. Elepaio 40:163-168.
  • Sincock, J. L., and J. M. Scott. 1980. Cavity nesting of the Akepa on the Island of Hawaii. Wilson Bull. 92(2):261-263.
  • Kepler, C. B., J. Jeffrey, and J. M. Scott. 1979. Possible breeding colonies of Manx shearwater on the Island of Hawaii. Elepaio 39(10):115-116.
  • Scott, J. M., S. Conant, and H. D. Pratt, Jr. 1979. Field identification of the Hawaiian creeper on the Island of Hawaii. Western Birds 10(2):71-80.
  • Brower, L.P., D.O. Gibson, C.M. Moffitt, and A.L. Panchen. 1978. Cardenolide content of Danaus chrysippus butterflies from three regions of East Africa. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 10:251-273.
  • Roeske, C.N., J.S. Seiber, L.P. Brower, and C.M. Moffitt. 1976. Milkweed cardenolides and their comparative processing by monarch butterflies (Danaus plexippus L.). Recent Advances in Phytochemistry 10:93-167.
  • Brower, L.P., M. Edmunds, and C.M. Moffitt. 1975. Cardenolide content and palatability of a population of Danaus chrysippus butterflies from West Africa. J. of Entomology (A)49:183-196.
  • Brower, L.P., and C.M. Moffitt. 1974. Palatability dynamics of cardenolides in the monarch butterfly. Nature 240:260-283.
 

Current Staff

Federal Staff: 2

Masters Students: 10

Phd Students: 3

Post Docs: 1

University Staff: 4

5 Year Summary

Students graduated: 24

Scientific Publications: 84

Presentations: 238

 

Idaho Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit Cooperators

  1. Idaho Department of Fish and Game
  2. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
  3. U.S. Geological Survey
  4. University of Idaho
  5. Wildlife Management Institute