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Wisconsin Wildlife Technical Publications


  • Paxton, E. H., J. Burgett, E. McDonald-Fadden, E. Bean, C. T. Atkinson, D. Ball, C. Cole, L. H. Crampton, J. Kraus, D. A. LaPointe, L. Mehrhoff, M. D. SAMUEL, D. C. Brewer, S. J. Converse, and S. Morey. 2012. Keeping Hawai’i’s Forest Birds One Step Ahead of Avian Diseases in a Warming World: a focus on Hakalau Forest National Wildlife Refuge: A Case Study from the Structured Decision Making Workshop, February 28-March 4, 2011, Hawai’i Volcanoes National Park, Hawaii USA. http://nctc.fws.gov/CSP/Resources/Decision_Analysis/feb_2011/2011%20SDM%20workshop%20Hawaii%20forest%20birds%20under%20climate%20change.pdf
  • Johnson, D.H., J.P. Gibbs, M. Herzog, S. Lor, N.D. Niemuth, C.A. Ribic, M. Seamans, T.L. Shaffer, G. Shriver, S. Stehman, and W.L. Thompson. 2008. A sampling design framework for monitoring secretive marshbirds. Final Report, US Geological Survey, Status and Trends of Biological Resources, Reston, VA.

  • Conner, M.M., J. E. Gross, P. C. Cross, M. R. Ebinger, R. R. Gillies, M. D. Samuel, and M. M. Miller. Scale-dependent approaches to modeling spatial epidemiology of chronic wasting disease. Utah Division of Wildlife, United States Geologic Survey, and Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies Report, Salt Lake City, Utah, USA. Available at: or all of the websites/CWD_Spatial_Modeling.pdf.
  • Ribic, C. 2006. Predator Activity and Grassland Bird Nesting Success in an Agricultural Landscape
  • Ribic, C. 2006. Field Validation of GIS-based Models for Regional and Refuge Bird Conservation Planning
  • Ribic, C. 2005. Demographic Analysis on the Causes of Mortality and Related Factors Affecting the California Sea Otter Population
  • Bollinger, T., P. Caley, E. Merrill, F. Messier, M. W. Miller, M. D. Samuel, and E. Vanopdenbosch. 2004. Chronic wasting disease in Canadian Wildlife: An expert opinion on the epidemiology and risks to wild deer. Final report to the Canadian Cooperative Wildlife Health Centre. July 2004.
  • Samuel, M. D., D. O. Joly, M. A. Wild, S. D. Wright, D. L. Otis, R. W. Werger, and M. W. Miller. 2003. Surveillance strategies for detecting chronic wasting disease in free-ranging deer and elk: Results of a CWD surveillance workshop. National Wildlife Health Center website. 43pp.
  • Ribic, C. A. 2001. Regional evaluation of area sensitivity in grassland birds workshops I and II. Final report, USGS BRD, Leetown Science Center, Kearneysville, WV.
  • Buehler, D., D. Moss, B. Minser, C. Ribic, and S. Vos. 2000. Monitoring and managing grassland birds for sustainable populations. US DOD Legacy Program 2000 Annual Report.
  • Ribic, C. A. 2000. An evaluation of the National Marine Debris Monitoring Program as implemented in the Gulf of Mexico. Final Report, US EPA Office of Water, Washington, D.C.
  • Ribic, C. A. 2000. Power analysis for GOM Regions 4 and 5 of the National Marine Debris Monitoring Program. Final Report, US EPA Office of Water, Washington, D.C.
  • Ribic, C. A. 2000. Trends in indicator and non-indicator items of marine debris on a New Jersey beach, 1991-1999. Final Report, US EPA Office of Water, Washington, D.C.
  • Davis, R., J. Ortega-Ortiz, C. Ribic, W. Evans, D. Biggs, P. Ressler, J. Wormuth, R. Leben, K. Mullin, and B. Wursig. 1999. Cetacean habittat on the Northern Gulf of Mexico, Chapter 6 in Distribution and Abundance of Cetaceans in the Northern Gulf of Mexico Volume II: Technical Report (R.Davis, W. Evans, and B. Wursig, eds.), SGS/BRD/CR-1999-2001.
  • Hess, N. A. and C. A. Ribic. 1999. Seabird ecology, chapter 8 in Distribution and Abundance of Cetaceans in the northern Gulf of Mexico Volume II: Technical Report (R. Davis, W. Evans, and B. Wursig, eds.), USGS/BRD/CR-1999-2001.
  • Ribic, C. A., S. Lewis, S. Melvin, J. Bart, and B. Peterjohn. 1999. Proceedings of the marsh bird monitoring workshop. USFWS/USGS Administrative Report, Denver, CO.
  • Ribic, C. A. 1999. A report on the regional evaluation of area sensitivity in grassland birds workshop I. Final report, USGS BRD, Reston, Virginia.
 

Current Staff

Federal Staff: 1

Masters Students: 1

Phd Students: 0

Post Docs: 6

University Staff: 3

5 Year Summary

Students graduated: 11

Scientific Publications: 33

Presentations: 70

 

Wisconsin Cooperative Wildlife Research Unit Cooperators

  1. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
  2. U.S. Geological Survey
  3. University of Wisconsin
  4. Wildlife Management Institute
  5. Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources