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  • Long, J. 2015. Atractosteus spatula (on-line). Digital Morphology. Available http://digimorph.org/specimens/Atractosteus_spatula/
  • San Joaquin Restoration Program. Draft released 2011. Program Environmental Impact Statement/Report. San Joaquin River Restoration Program. http://www.restoresjr.net/program_library/02-Program_Docs/index.html
  • Fisheries Management Work Group. 2010. Fisheries Implementation Plan. 164 p, http://www.restoresjr.net/program_library/02-Program_Docs/index.html
  • Genetics Subgroup of the Fisheries Management Work Group. 2010. Stock selection strategy: Spring-run Chinook salmon.
  • Fisheries Management Work Group. 2010. Fisheries Management Plan: A framework for adaptive management in the San Joaquin Restoration Program. 164p. http://www.restoresjr.net/program_library/02-Program_Docs/index.html
  • Rabeni, C., G. Wallace, W. Maybee, S. Brewer, and E. Smith. 2010. Using benthic invertebrates to monitor effects of small flood-control structures on north Missouri streams. This report is part of a more comprehensive project titled: Developing and Evaluation of Criteria for Monitoring Headwater Streams to Determine the Effects of PL566 Small Flood-Control Structures on North Missouri Streams: EPA 194(b) Grant to the Missouri Department of Natural Resources.
  • National Park Service, Southeast Region. 2010. Coastal and ocean park strategy: research and monitoring priorities. Atlanta, Georgia.
  • Brandes, P. and S.K. Brewer. 2010. Stockton FWO: Fisheries biologists share career insights during "Dinner with a Scientist". U.S. Fish and Wildife Service: Field Notes. Available online at www.fws.gov/fieldnotes/
  • Brewer, S.K. 2009. Stockton FWO: Vision Retreat. U.S. Fish and Wildife Service: Field Notes. Available online at www.fws.gov/fieldnotes/
  • Brandes, P. and S.K. Brewer. 2008. Stockton FWO: Salmon survival studies using acoustic methodology. U.S. Fish and Wildife Service: Field Notes. Available online at www.fws.gov/fieldnotes/
  • Brinkman, E., and W. L. Fisher. 2008. Distribution and Ecology of Alligator Gar in Oklahoma. Final Report, Federal Aid in Sport Fish Restoration Grant F-62-R, Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation, Oklahoma City, OK. 21 pp.
  • Leslie, D. M., Jr. 2008. Black bear research in Oklahoma. Natural Resource News 2(3):5
  • McBee, W. L. Fisher, and A. Finchum. 2008. Digital atlas of Oklahoma mammals: data capture and georeferencing of OSU Collection of Vertebrates. Final Report, State Wildlife Grant T-29-P, Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation, Oklahoma City, OK. 10 pp.
  • Davis, C. A., and D. M. Leslie, Jr. 2008. Effects of mountain biking activity on foraging and nesting behavior of golden-cheeked warblers. Final Report, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Research and Development Center, Champaign, IL. 57 pp.
  • Leslie, D. M., Jr. 2008. A naturalist and other beasts: tales from a life in the field (Book Review). Journal of Mammalogy 89:255.
  • Boyer, T., and W. L. Fisher. 2007. Economic Impact of Trout Fishing on the Lower Illinois River on the Economy of Sequoyah County, Oklahoma. Final Report, Federal Aid in Sport Fish Restoration Grant F-58-R, Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation, Oklahoma City, OK. 32 pp.
  • Leslie, D. M., Jr. 2007. The Oklahoma Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit. Natural Resource News 1(2): 1, 6.
  • O'Connell, T. J., S. McConnell, and D. M. Leslie, Jr. 2007. Population status of the Mountain Plover and Long-billed Curlew in the Oklahoma Panhandle. Final Report, State Wildlife Grant T-4-P-1, Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation, Oklahoma City. 12 pp. + 159 pp. Appendix.
  • Boyer, T., and W. L. Fisher. 2006. A Socio-Economic Evaluation of the Lower Illinois River. Final Report, Federal Aid in Sport Fish Restoration Grant F-58-R, Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation, Oklahoma City, OK. 13 pp + appendices.
  • Walter, W. D., and D. M. Leslie, Jr. 2006. Population characteristics and movements of elk (Cervus elaphus) outside the Wichita Mountains National Refuge. Final Report, Federal Aid Project W-148-R, Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation, Oklahoma City. 34 pp. + 155 pp. Appendices.
  • Feund, J. G, W. L. Fisher, and A. A. Echelle. 2006. Digital atlas of Oklahoma fishes: preparation of data from Oklahoma State University. Final Report, State Wildlife Grant T-12-P, Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation, Oklahoma City, OK. 32 pp.
  • Rust, S., W. L. Fisher, and R. A. Marston. 2006. Fluvial geomorphology analysis of the Kiamichi River, Oklahoma. Final Report, State Wildlife Grant T-19-P, Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation, Oklahoma City, OK. 79 pp.
  • Walter, W.D., and D.M. Leslie, Jr. Population characteristics and movements of elk (Cervus elaphus) outside the Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge. Final Report, Federal Aid Project W-148-R Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation, Oklahoma City. 203 pp.
  • Jorgensen, E. E., S. M. Holub, P. M. Mayer, M. E. Gonsoulin, R. G. Silva, A. E. West, S. J. Tunnell, J. E. Clark, J. L. Parsons, D. M. Engle, E. C. Hellgren, J. D. H. Spears, C. E. Bulter, and D. M. Leslie, Jr. 2005. Ecosystem stress from chronic exposure to low levels of nitrate. U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, National Risk Management Research Laboratory EPA/600/R-05/087. 35 pp.
  • Fisher, W. L., and M. S. Gregory. 2005. Oklahoma Gap Analysis Project. Gap Analysis Bulletin No. 13.
  • Hackler, J. C., R. A. Van Den Bussche, S. F. Fox, and D. M. Leslie, Jr. 2006. Genetic variation within and among natural and captive populations of alligator snapping turtles (Macrochelys temmincki) in Oklahoma. Final Report, State Wildlife Grant T-5-P-1, Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation, Oklahoma City. 9 pp. + 39 pp. Appendix.
  • Dauwalter, D. C., D. K. Splinter, W. L. Fisher, and R. A. Marston. 2006. Aquatic Habitat Inventory of Eastern Oklahoma Streams. Final Report, Federal Aid in Sport Fish Restoration Grant F-55-R, Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation, Oklahoma City, OK. 246 pp.
  • Long, J. and K. Foote. 2006. Mint Springs Creek invasive fish species eradication. Environmental Assessment (EA) and Finding of No Significant Impact (FONSI), Vicksburg National Military Park, MS.
  • Long, J.M. 2006. Assessment of fish health in Front Lake: Carl Sandburg Home National Historic Site. National Park Service, Southeast Region, Technical Assistance Report, Atlanta, GA.
  • Long, J.M. 2006. Evidence of rainbow trout spawning in small, warmwater tributaries of the Chattahoochee River, Georgia; Chattahoochee River National Recreation Area. National Park Service, Technical Report, Atlanta, GA.
  • Long, J.M. 2006. Fish passage needs at Dill Branch: Shiloh National Military Park. National Park Service, Southeast Region, Technical Assistance Report, Atlanta, GA.
  • Long, J.M. 2006. The role of Mississippi River flooding on fish presence in Mint Springs Creek. National Park Service, Technical Assistance Report, Atlanta, GA.
  • Nishida, T., B. Fisher, S. Srivastava, T. Jantunen, S. DeSilva, H. Matsuura, and T. Gunawan. 2005. Application of GIS and remote sensing technologies in inland fisheries management and planning in Asia. Seminar on Inland Fisheries Management. Asian Productivity Organization, New Delhi, India. 60 pp.
  • Hellgren, E. C., K. Freel, and D. M. Leslie, Jr. 2005. Surveys of the swift fox (Vulpes velox) in western Oklahoma. Final Report T-4-P-1, Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation, Oklahoma City. 29 pp.
  • Fisher, W. L., C. Jones, W. Layher, and E. Brinkman. 2005. Instream flow modeling for mussels and fishes in southeastern Oklahoma. Final Report, State Wildlife Grant T-8-P, Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation, Oklahoma City, OK. 162 pp.
  • Fisher, W. L., J. R. Bidwell, C. A. Davis, D. Turton, and C. C. Vaughn. 2005. Review and summarization of literature pertaining to the ecosystem flow requirements for the Kiamichi River above Hugo Lake and Little River watershed in Oklahoma. Final Report, State Wildlife Grant T-7-P, Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation, Oklahoma City, OK. 124 pp.
  • Schaffler, J., M. Mauck, D. Winkelman, and W. L. Fisher. 2005. Survival, growth, and recruitment of larval and juvenile striped bass in Lake Texoma. Final Report, Federal Aid in Sportfish Restoration Grant F-56-R, Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation, Oklahoma City, OK. 119 pp.
  • Rybak, A. R., D. M. Leslie, Jr., S. D. Fuhlendorf, F. S. Guthery, and C. A. Davis. 2005. Landscape-level assessment of the status of northern bobwhites in eastern Oklahoma. Final Report, Federal Aid Project W-151-R, Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation, Oklahoma City. 213 pp.
  • Hellgren, E. C., M. Criffield, K. Freel, and D. M. Leslie, Jr. 2005. Abundance and habitat associations of the swift fox (Vulpes vulpes) in Oklahoma. Final Report, Project R-3, Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation, Oklahoma City. 26 pp.
  • Long, J.M. 2005. Inventory of fishes at Guilford Courthouse National Military Park. National Park Service, Cumberland Piedmont Inventory and Monitoring Network, Final Report, Mammoth Cave, Kentucky.
  • Rao, M., and D. M. Leslie, Jr. 2004. Vegetation mapping around Lake Hudson, Oklahoma. Final Report, The Benham Companies, Inc., Tulsa, OK. 17 pp. + CD-ROM.
  • Utrup, N. J., and W. L. Fisher. 2004. Development of fish sampling protocols for large non-wadeable rivers in Oklahoma. Final Report. Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation, Oklahoma City, OK. 31 pp.
  • Lusk, J. J., F. S. Guthery, and D. M. Leslie, Jr. 2004. Analysis of bobwhite demographics, ranges, and mobility on the Packsaddle Wildlife Management Area. Final Performance Report, Grant Number W-149-R-3, Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation, Oklahoma City. 53 pp.
  • Utrup, N. J., W. L. Fisher, and J. R. Bidwell. 2004. Rapid bioassessment protocols for non-wadeable rivers in Oklahoma. Final Report. Oklahoma Water Resources Board, Oklahoma City, OK. 38 pp.
  • Dauwalter, D. C., R. G. Hyler, M. A. Dunham, and W. L. Fisher. 2004. Responses of fish populations to the installation of rock vanes in Spring Creek, Oklahoma. Pages 49-52 in J. R. Copeland, F. Fiss, P. E. Balkenbush, and C. S. Thomason, editors. Warmwater streams symposium II. Available: www.sdafs.org/wwstreams/wwsc1.htm.
  • Dauwalter, D. C., W. L. Fisher, R. A. Marston, and D. K. Splinter. 2004. Random selection of stream sites: an important step in fluvial geomorphic and fishery surveys. Pages 30-33 in J. R. Copeland, F. Fiss, P. E. Balkenbush, and C. S. Thomason, editors. Warmwater streams symposium II. Available: www.sdafs.org/wwstreams/wwsc1.htm.
  • Fisher, W. L., and J. P. Burroughs. 2004. Stream fisheries management in the southeastern United States: trends from a survey of state agencies. Pages 34-37 in J. R. Copeland, F. Fiss, P. E. Balkenbush, and C. S. Thomason, editors. Warmwater streams symposium II. Available: www.sdafs.org/wwstreams/wwsc1.htm.
  • Utrup, N. J., and W. L. Fisher. 2004. Sampling considerations for assessing prairie river fish assemblages. Pages 26-29 in J. R. Copeland, F. Fiss, P. E. Balkenbush, and C. S. Thomason, editors. Warmwater streams symposium II. Available: www.sdafs.org/wwstreams/wwsc1.htm.
  • Utrup, N. J., W. L. Fisher, and J. R. Bidwell. 2004. Development of rapid bioassessment protocols for non-wadeable rivers in Oklahoma. Final Report, RWO 27. U. S. Geological Survey, Biological Resources Division, Stillwater, OK. 9 pp.
  • Long, J.M. 2004. Analysis of long-term benthic invertebrate sampling data: Sisters Creek, Timucuan Ecological and Historic Preserve. National Park Service, Technical Assistance Report, Atlanta, Georgia.
  • Long, J.M. 2004. Management plan for Side Lake Creek riparian vegetation at Carl Sandburg Home National Historic Site: balancing natural and cultural values. National Park Service, Technical Assistance Report, Atlanta, Georgia.
  • Hellgren, E. C., S. L. Bales, and D. M. Leslie, Jr. 2003. Landscape use and population dynamics of black bears in the Ouachita Mountains of Oklahoma. Final report, Federal Aid Project W-147-R, Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation, OK. 46 pp.
  • Fisher, W. L., and M. S. Gregory. 2002. Managing biodiversity in Oklahoma: a case for private land conservation. Gap Analysis Bulletin No. 10:6-8.
  • Winkelman, D.L. and C. Sager. 2002. Evaluation of hybrid bluegill for use in urban recreational fisheries. Aid in Sportfish Restoration Final Report. F-41-R. 53pp.
  • Miller, O. D., and D. M. Leslie, Jr. 2002. Efficacy of moist-soil management techniques on Hackberry Flat Wildlife Management Area: responses of vegetation, existing soil seed bank, and waterfowl. Final Report, Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation, Oklahoma City, OK. 88 pp.
  • Clark, J., E. C. Hellgren, J. L. Parsons, S. Tunnell, D. M. Engle, and D. M. Leslie, Jr. 2002. The effects of nitrogen enrichment on nitrogen cycling and structure in plant and small-mammal communities: Part 3. Population dynamics and nitrogen flux of small mammals across a nitrogen-amended landscape. Final Report, Interagency Agreement DW 14938554-01-0, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, National Risk Management Research Laboratory, Ada, OK. 79 pp.
  • Engle, D. M., S. Tunnell, E. C. Hellgren, and D. M. Leslie, Jr. 2002. The effects of nitrogen enrichment on nitrogen cycling and structure in plant and small-mammal communities: Part 1. Nitrogen and carbon pools in plants and soils and vegetation dynamics. Final Report, Interagency Agreement DW 14938554-01-0, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, National Risk Management Research Laboratory, Ada, OK. 74 pp.
  • Parsons, J. L., E. C. Hellgren, D. M. Engle, and D. M. Leslie, Jr. 2002. The effects of nitrogen enrichment on nitrogen cycling and structure in plant and small-mammal communities: Part 2. Nitrogen requirements and nitrogen flux in small mammals under known nitrogen intakes. Final Report, Interagency Agreement DW 14938554-01-0, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, National Risk Management Research Laboratory, Ada, OK. 69 pp + 18 tables and 39 figures.
  • Onorato, D. P., E. C. Hellgren, R. A. Van Den Bussche, and D. M. Leslie, Jr. 2001. Conservation ecology of an isolated population of black bears in the Big Bend ecosystem. Final Report, Natural Resources Preservation Program, Project 97-08, U.S. Geological Survey, Biological Resources Division, Denver, CO and Big Bend National Park, U.S. National Park Service, TX. 63 pp.
  • Onorato, D. P., E. C. Hellgren, R. A. Van Den Bussche, and D. M. Leslie, Jr. 2002. Genetic structure of black bears (Ursus americanus) in the Big Bend/Sierra del Carmen borderlands of Mexico and the United States. Final Report, U.S. National Park Service, Big Bend, TX. 7 pp.
  • Long, J.M. 2002. Assessment of modeling the effects of discharge on abandoned rice field structure and function in the Cooper River, South Carolina. American Rivers and South Carolina Coastal Conservation League, Final Report, Columbia, South Carolina.
  • Long, J.M., J.S. Bulak, and J. T. Morris. 2002. Structure and functions of tidal freshwater wetlands on the Cooper River, SC: Effects of water management on succession, nutrient cycling, and fish habitat. South Carolina Sea Grant Consortium, Final Report R/ER-16, Charleston. | Download |
  • Leslie, D. M., Jr., and S. T. Ferier. 2001. Impact of restoration of Ralstin Island on an extant ciconiiform rookery. Final Report, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Albuquerque, NM. Exec. Sum. 4 pp. + Text 91 pp.
  • Coughlin, W. D., A. A. Echelle, R. A. Van Den Bussche, L. M. Cofer, and W. L. Fisher. 2001. Genetic structure of spotted bass in Oklahoma. Final Report. Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation, Oklahoma City, OK. 23 pp.
  • Tejan, E. C., and W. L. Fisher. 2001. Development of a stream fisheries management information system for Oklahoma. Final Report. Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation, Oklahoma City, OK. 46 pp.
  • Fisher, W. L., and M. S. Gregory. 2001. The Oklahoma Gap Analysis project. Final Report. U. S. Geological Survey, Biological Resources Division, Moscow, ID. 91 pp. + appendicies.
  • Fisher, W.L., Long, J.M., and R.G. Hyler. 2000. Evaluation of a differential harvest regulation on black bass populations in Skiatook Lake, Oklahoma. Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation, Final Report F-41-R, Job 20, Oklahoma City.
  • Fisher, W. L., and W. J. Remshardt. 2000. Instream flow assessment of Baron Fork Creek, Oklahoma. Final Report, Oklahoma Water Resources Board, Oklahoma City, OK. 44 pp.
  • Fisher, W. L., R. Hyler, and J. Long. 2000. Evaluation of a differential harvest regulation on black bass populations in Skiatook Lake, Oklahoma. Final Report, Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation, Oklahoma City, OK. 121 pp.
  • Shackford, J. S., and D. M. Leslie, Jr. 2000. Status of the mountain plover on cultivated landscapes in western Oklahoma. Final Report, Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation, Oklahoma City, OK. 17 pp. + 20 App.
  • Townsend, D., R. L. Lochmiller, and D. M. Leslie, Jr. 1999. Improving management for bobwhite quail: re-evaluation of movements, group dynamics, and feeding ecology. Final Report, Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation, Oklahoma City, OK. 56 pp.
  • Leslie, D. M., Jr., J. S. Shackford, A. Woodward, S. D. Fuhlendorf, and C. B. Greene. 1999. Landscape-level evaluation of the decline of the lesser prairie chicken in Oklahoma, Texas, and New Mexico. Final Report, Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation, Oklahoma City, OK. 63 pp.
  • Riedle, D. R., P. A. Shipman, S. F. Fox, and D. M. Leslie, Jr. 1999. Status, distribution, and habitat use of the alligator snapping turtle in Oklahoma. Final Report, Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation, Oklahoma City, OK. 34 pp.
  • Nicholson, D. S., M. D. Stewart, R. L. Lochmiller, D. M. Leslie, Jr., R. E. Masters, and T. G. Bidwell. 1998. Factors influencing eastern wild turkey nesting success: Part I. Final Report to the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation, Oklahoma City, OK. 56 pp.
  • Stewart, M. D., D. S. Nicholson, R. E. Masters, R. L. Lochmiller, D. M. Leslie, Jr., and T. G. Bidwell. 1998. Factors influencing eastern wild turkey nesting success: Part II. Final report to the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation, Oklahoma City, OK. 61 pp.
  • Nicholson, L. L., J. H. Shaw, D. M. Leslie, Jr., and R. E. Masters. 1998. Abundance, food habits, and habitat use by mammalian predators on Pushmataha Wildlife Managment Area. Final Report to the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation, Oklahoma City, OK. 43 pp.
  • Fisher, W. L., D. M. Leslie, Jr., M. L. Cole, and W. S. Chappell. 1998. GIS-based biological resources inventory of the Tishomingo National Wildlife Refuge. Final Report to Trust for Public Land, Santa Fe, NM and U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Albuquerque, NM. 186 pp + CD-ROM.
  • Hellgren, E. C., J. B. James, and D. M. Leslie, Jr. 1998. Testing a multivariate, GIS model of black bear habitat use in the Oklahoma District of the Ouachita National Forest. Final Report to the National Forest Foundation, Washington, D.C. and the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation, Oklahoma City, OK. 27 pp. + CD-ROM.
  • Pike, J. R., J. H. Shaw, and D. M. Leslie, Jr. 1997. A geographic analysis of the status of mountain lions in Oklahoma. Final Report to Wildlife Forever, Minnetonka, MN and the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation, Oklahoma City, OK. 66 pp.
  • Shackford, J. S., and D. M. Leslie, Jr. 1996. Success with species at risk: mountain plover (Caradrius montanus). Final Report to the U.S. National Biological Service, Washington, D.C. 23 pp.
  • Simmonds, R. L., Jr., A. V. Zale, and D. M. Leslie, Jr. 1995. Effects of piscivorous birds, particularly cormorants, on reservoir and aquacultural fishes in Oklahoma. Final Report to Fishery Resources, Region 2, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Albuquerque, NM. Exec. Sum. 5 pp. + Text 91 pp.
  • Schreiner, D. F., H. Lee, S. Choi, D. M. Leslie, Jr., and J. Harper. 1995. Economic feasibility of a year-round trout fishery below Broken Bow Dam, Oklahoma. Final Report to the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation, Oklahoma City, OK. 55 pp.
  • Shackford, J. S., and D. M. Leslie, Jr. 1995. Mountain plover breeding activity on cultivated fields. Final Report to the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation, Oklahoma City, OK. 23 pp.
  • Corley/Martinez, B. A., W. L. Fisher, and D. M. Leslie, Jr. 1995. GIS-based validation of the Habitat Suitability Model for the great blue heron. Final Report to the U.S. National Biological Service, Division of Cooperative Research, Washington, D.C. 69pp.
  • Crosswhite, D. L., S. F. Fox, and D. M. Leslie, Jr. 1995. Status survey of the Ouachita dusky salamander. Final Report to the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation, Oklahoma City, OK. 40pp + 6 maps.
  • Koenen, M. T., R. B. Utych, and D. M. Leslie, Jr. 1995. Compatibility of selenite crystal digging and nesting success of interior least terns and other charadriforms at Salt Plains National Wildlife Refuge. Final Report to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Albuquerque, NM. 53pp.
  • Utych, R. B., R. Krey, and D. M. Leslie, Jr. 1994. Electrified fencing reduced predation on least tern and snowy plover eggs and chicks. U.S. National Biological Survey Research Information Bulletin 94-10. 3pp.
  • Wood, G. K., and D. M. Leslie, Jr. 1993. Breeding biology of interior least terns on the Arkansas River below Keystone Dam, summer 1993. Final Report to the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Tulsa, OK. 52pp.
  • Puckette, W., and D. M. Leslie, Jr. 1993. Management of the endangered Ozark big-eared bat: continued cave searches and colony monitoring. Final report to the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation, Oklahoma City, OK 9pp.
  • Choi, S., D. F. Schreiner, D. M. Leslie, Jr., and J. Harper. 1993. Economic analysis of the Mountain Fork River trout fishery in southeastern Oklahoma. Oklahoma Agricultural Experiment Station Research Report P-932. 26 pp.
  • Wood, G. K., and D. M. Leslie, Jr. 1992. Breeding biology of interior least terns on the Arkansas River below Keystone Dam, summer 1992. Final Report to the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Tulsa, OK. 36pp.
  • Clark, B. K., D. M. Leslie, Jr., and B. S. Clark. 1992. Micro- and macrohabitat characteristics of caves within the range of the Ozark big-eared bat (Plecotus townsendii ingens) in eastern Oklahoma. Final Report to the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation, Oklahoma City, OK. 26pp.
  • Stark, W. J., A. V. Zale, and D. M. Leslie, Jr. 1991. Unique electrofishing boat for remote streams. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Research Information Bulletin 91-10. 2pp.
  • Shaw, J. H., T. S. Carter, and D. M. Leslie, Jr. 1991. Preliminary assessment of black-tailed prairie dog colonies for reintroduction of black-footed ferrets in western Oklahoma. Final Report to the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation, Oklahoma City, OK. 17pp.
  • Kelly, J. F., and D. M. Leslie, Jr. 1991. Status and habitat relationship of the red-cockaded woodpeckers in Oklahoma. Final Report to the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation, Oklahoma City, OK. 33pp.
  • Leslie, D. M., Jr., and W. J. Stancill. 1990. Differences in waterfowl census methods on a large, multiple-use reservoir. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Research Information Bulletin 90-63. 2pp.
  • Jenks, J. A., D. M. Leslie, Jr., and R. L. Lochmiller. 1990. Food habits and nutritional condition of white-tailed deer and cattle under varying stocking rates on managed forests. Final Report to the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation, Oklahoma City, OK. 91pp.
  • Zale, A. V., D. M. Leslie, Jr., W. L. Fisher, and S. G. Merrifield. 1989. The physicochemistry, flora, and fauna of intermittent prairie streams: a review of the literature. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Biological Report 89(5). 44pp.
  • Zale, A. V., D. M. Leslie, Jr., W. L. Fisher, and S. G. Merrifield. 1989. Literature review of the physicochemical conditions, plants, and animals of intermittent prairie streams. Final Report to U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Office of Information Transfer, Fort Collins, CO. 129pp.
  • Schulz, C. A., D. M. Leslie, Jr., and R. L. Lochmiller. 1989. Response of avifauna to herbicide treatment in the Cross Timbers ecosystem of Oklahoma. Final Report to the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation, Oklahoma City, OK. 28pp.
  • Stancill, W. J., S. B. Haggard, R. F. Raskevitz, and D. M. Leslie, Jr. 1988. Waterfowl use and hunting opportunities on Grand Lake and ancillary wetlands. Final Report to Benham-Holway Power Group, Tulsa, OK. 97pp.
  • Jahrsdoerfer, S. E., and D. M. Leslie, Jr. 1988. Tamaulipan brushland of the Lower Rio Grande Valley of south Texas: description, human impacts, and management options. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Biological Report 88(36). 63pp.
  • Jahrsdoerfer, S. E., and D. M. Leslie, Jr. 1988. Tamaulipan brushlands of south Texas: description, human impacts, and management options. Final Report to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Office of Information Transfer, Fort Collins, CO. 159pp.
  • Erickson, N. E., and D. M. Leslie, Jr. 1988. Impacts of the rule curve change on shoreline vegetation and wildlife around Grand Lake, Oklahoma. Final Report to Benham-Holway Power Group, Tulsa, OK. 20pp.
  • Erickson, N. E., and D. M. Leslie, Jr. 1988. Shoreline vegetation and general wildlife values around Grand Lake, Oklahoma. Final Report to Benham-Holway Power Group, Tulsa, OK. 69pp.
  • Erickson, N. E., and D. M. Leslie, Jr. 1988. Soil-vegetation correlations in coastal Mississippi wetlands. Final Report to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, National Ecology Research Center, Fort Collins, CO. 47pp.
  • Erickson, N. E., and D. M. Leslie, Jr. 1988. Soil-vegetation correlations in coastal Mississippi wetlands. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Biological Report 89(3). 48pp.
  • Erickson, N. E., and D. M. Leslie, Jr. 1987. Soil-vegetation correlations in the Sandhills and Rainwater Basin wetlands of Nebraska. U. S. Fish and Wildlife Service Biological Report 87(11). 78pp.
  • Erickson, N. E., and D. M. Leslie, Jr. 1987. Vegetation-soil correlations in Rainwater Basin and Sandhill wetlands of Nebraska. Final Report, U. S. Fish and Wildlife Service, National Ecology Center, Fort Collins, CO. 159pp.
  • Leslie, D. M., Jr., and C. L. Douglas. 1984. Simulated effects of transplant removal from the River Mountain herd: Part II. Cooperative National Parks Resources Studies Unit, Las Vegas, NV. Contribution No. 25/06.
  • Leslie, D. M., Jr., and E. E. Starkey. 1982. Cervid-habitat interactions in Olympic National Park. Final Report, U. S. National Park Service, Cooperative Park Studies Unit, Corvallis, OR. Report 82-2. 109pp.
  • Leslie, D. M., Jr., and C. L. Douglas. 1982. Simulated effects of transplant removal from the River Mountain herd: Part I. Cooperative National Parks Resources Studies Unit, Las Vegas, NV. Contribution No. 25/03.
  • Leslie, D. M., Jr., and C. L. Douglas. 1982. Influence of climate and density on survival of desert bighorn lambs. Cooperative National Parks Resources Studies Unit, Las Vegas, NV. Contribution No. 25/02.
  • Leslie, D. M., Jr. 1978. Effects of construction on movements of desert bighorn sheep in the River Mountains, Lake Mead National Recreation Area. Cooperative National Parks Resources Studies Unit, Las Vegas, NV. Contribution No. 10/10.
  • Douglas, C. L., and D. M. Leslie, Jr. 1978. Faunal remains from fifteen archaeological sites on Black Mesa, Arizona. University Museum, Southern Illinois University, Carbondale, IL.
  • McQuivey, R. P., and D. M. Leslie, Jr. 1977. The status and trend of desert bighorn sheep in Nevada: River Mountains. Nevada Department of Fish and Game, Special Report 77-9. 31pp.
  • Leslie, D. M., Jr. 1977. Movements of desert bighorn sheep in the River Mountains of Lake Mead National Recreation Area. Cooperative National Parks Resources Studies Unit, Las Vegas, NV. Contribution No. 10/07.
  • Leslie, D. M., Jr. 1977. Time-lapse photography vs. observer counts on bighorn in the River Mountains, Lake Mead National Recreation Area. Cooperative National Parks Resources Studies Unit, Las Vegas, NV. Contribution No. 10/06. 13pp.
  • Douglas, C. L., D. M. Leslie, Jr., and J. G. Blake. 1977. Faunal remains from archaeological sites studied by the Central Arizona Ecotone Project: 1975-76 field season. University Museum, Southern Illinois University, Carbondale, IL.
 

Current Staff

Federal Staff: 2

Masters Students: 8

Phd Students: 3

Post Docs: 1

University Staff: 11

5 Year Summary

Students graduated: 24

Scientific Publications: 84

Presentations: 184

Oklahoma Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit Cooperators

  1. Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation
  2. Oklahoma State University
  3. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
  4. U.S. Geological Survey
  5. Wildlife Management Institute