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  • Ceradini, J. and A. Chalfoun. Species' traits help predict small mammal responses to habitat homogenization by cheatgrass invasion. Ecological Applications.
  • Aikens E.O., Kauffman M.J., Merkle J.A., Dwinnell S.P.H., Fralick G.L., Monteith K.L. 2017. The greenscape shapes surfing of resource waves in a large migratory herbivore. Ecology Letters 20(6): 741-750. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/ele.12772
  • Walters, A.W., E. Mandeville, W.C. Saunders, P. Gerrity, J. Skorupski, Z. Underwood*, E. Gardunio. 2017. Comparison of burbot population dynamics across adjacent native and invaded ranges. Aquatic Invasions 12: 251-262 doi.org/10.3391/ai.2017.12.2.12
  • Ceradini, J., and A. Chalfoun. 2017. When perception reflects reality: Non-native grass invasion alters small mammal risk landscapes and survival. Ecology and Evolution.
  • Keinath etal. A global analysis of species sensitivity to habitat disturbance
  • Gsell, A.S., Scharfenberger, U., D. Özkundakci, A.W. Walters, L. Hansson, P. Nõges, P.C. Reid, D.E. Schindler, E. van Donk, V. Dakos, R. Adrian. 2016. Early-warning signals foreshadow regime shifts in natural aquatic ecosystems. PNAS 113 (50) E8089-E8095doi: 10.1073/pnas.1608242113
  • Hall, L. E., A. D. Chalfoun, E. A. Beever, and A. E. Loosen. 2016. Microrefuges and the occurrence of thermal specialists: Implications for wildlife persistence amidst changing temperatures. Climate Change Responses 3:1-12.
  • Sawyer et al. THE EXTRA MILE: UNGULATE MIGRATION DISTANCE ALTERS USE OF SEASONAL RANGE AND EXPOSURE TO ANTHROPOGENIC RISK
  • Robertson, B. A., and A. D. Chalfoun. Evolutionary traps as keys to understanding behavioral maladaptation. Current Opinion in Behavioral Sciences.
  • Edmunds et al. Chronic Wasting Disease Drives Population Decline of White-Tailed Deer
  • Nelson, A.A., and others. Native prey distribution and migration mediates wolf predation on domestic livestock in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem
  • Mahoney, A. C., and A. D. Chalfoun. 2016. Reproductive success of Horned Lark and McCown’s Longspur in relation to wind energy infrastructure. Condor-Ornithological Applications 118:360-375 (Invited-special renewable energy issue).
  • Walters, A.W. 2016. The importance of context dependency for understanding the effects of low flow events on fish. Freshwater Science 35(1), 216-228. doi:10.1086/683831.
  • Hubbard, K. A., A. D. Chalfoun, and K. G. Gerow. 2016. The relative influence of road characteristics and habitat on adjacent lizard populations in arid shrublands; Journal of Herpetology 50:29-36.
  • Armstrong, J.B., G.T. Takimoto, D.E. Schindler, M.M. Hayes, and M.J. Kauffman. Phenological diversity and resource waves: landscape-level constraints and opportunities in consumer-resource interactions
  • Ruprecht et al. The relationship between body condition and pregnancy in moose at their southern range limit
  • Merkle, JA and 9 others. Do large herbivores surf waves of green-up in spring?
  • Underwood, Z., E. Mandeville, and A.W. Walters. 2016. Population connectivity and genetic clustering of burbot populations in the Wind River Basin, Wyoming. Hydrobiologia 765:329-342 doi: 10.1007/s10750-015-2422-y.
  • Stewart, D.R., A.W. Walters, and F. Rahel. 2016. Factors influencing native and nonnative Great Plains fishes in Wyoming. Diversity and Distributions 22:225-238 doi: 10.1111/ddi.12383.
  • Senecal, A. C., A. W. Walters, and W. A. Hubert. 2015. Historical data reveal fish assemblage shifts in an unregulated prairie river. Ecosphere 6(12):287. http://dx.doi.org/10.1890/ES14-00361.1
  • Entrekin, S., K.O. Maloney, K. Kapo, A.W. Walters, M. Evans-White, K. Klemov. 2015. Stream vulnerability to widespread and emergent stressors: a focus on unconventional oil and gas. PLoS ONE 10(9): e0137416. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0137416
  • Leah H. Yandow, Anna D. Chalfoun, and Daniel F. Doak. Climate tolerances and habitat requirements jointly shape the elevational distribution of the American Pika (Ochotona princeps). Diversity and Distributions 10(8).
  • Hethcoat, M. G., and A. D. Chalfoun. 2015.Toward a mechanistic understanding of human-induced rapid environmental change: A case study linking energy development, nest predation, and predators. Journal of Applied Ecology.
  • Godwin, B.L., S.E. Albeke, H.L. Bergman, A.W. Walters, and M. Ben-David. 2015. Density of river otters (Lontra canadensis) in relation to energy development in the Green River Basin, Wyoming. Science of the Total Environment 532: 780-790.
  • Ibanez-Alamo, J.D., R. D. Magrath, J. C. Oteyza, A. D. Chalfoun, T. M. Haff, K. A. Schmidt, R. L. Thomson, and T. E. Martin. Nest predation research: Recent findings and future perspectives. Journal of Ornithology DOI 10.1007/s10336-015-1207-4.
  • Monteith, K.L., R.W. Klaver, K.R. Hersey, A.A. Holland, T.P. Thomas, and M.J. Kauffman. 2015. Effects of climate and plant phenology on recruitment of moose at the southern extent of their range. Oecologia 178-1137-1148.  | Abstract | 
  • Hethcoat, M. G., and Anna D. Chalfoun. 2015. Energy development and avian nest survival in Wyoming, USA: a test of a common disturbance index. Biological Conservation 184:327-334.
  • Pantel, J., D. Pendleton, A. Walters, and L. Rogers. 2014. Linking environmental variability to population and community dynamics. p. 119-131. In P.F. Kemp [ed.], Eco-DAS IX Symposium Proceedings. ASLO. [doi: 10.4319/ecodas.2014.978-0-9845591-3-8.119]
  • Jones, J. and others. Winter feeding alters migration of elk in western Wyoming
  • Copeland, H. and others. Conserving migratory mule deer through the umbrella of sage-grouse
  • Jules, et al. Host heterogeneity influences the impact of a disease invasion on populations of a foundation tree species
  • Saab, V., Q. Latif, M. Rowland, T. Johnson, A. Chalfoun, S. Buskirk, J. Heyward and M. Dresser. Ecological Consequences of Mountain Pine Beetle Outbreaks for Wildlife in Western North American Forests. Forest Science 60:539-559.
  • Schipper, A.M., H.W.M. Hendriks, M.J. Kauffman, A.J. Hendriks, and M.A.J. Huijbregts. In revision. Density-dependent population responses to multiple toxicants: a case study of peregrine falcons exposed to DDE and PBDEs. Journal of Applied Ecology.
  • Walters, A.W., K.K. Bartz, and M.M. McClure. 2013. Interactive effects of water diversion and climate change for juvenile Chinook salmon in the Lemhi River. Conservation Biology 27:1179-1189.

  • Walters, A.W., M.A.G. Sagrario, and D.E. Schindler. 2013. Species and community level responses interact to drive phenology of lake phytoplankton. Ecology 94:2188-2194.
  • Middleton, A.D., T.A. Morrison, J.K. Fortin, C.T. Robbins, K.M. Proffitt, P.J. White, D.E. McWhirter, T.M. Koel, D.G. Brimeyer, W.S. Fairbanks, and M.J. Kauffman. 2013. Grizzly bear predation links the loss of native trout to the demography of migratory elk in Yellowstone. Proc R Soc B 280: 20130870.
  • Brodie, J., H. Johnson, M. Mitchell, P. Zager, K. Proffitt, M. Hebblewhite, M. Kauffman, B. Johnson, J. Bissonette, C. Bishop, J. Gude, J. Herbert, K. Hersey, M. Hurley, P.M. Lukacs, S. McCorquodale, E. McIntire, J. Nowak, H. Sawyer, D. Smith, and P.J. White. 2013. Relative influence of human harvest, carnivores, and weather on adult female elk survival across western North America. Journal of Applied Ecology 50:295–305.
  • Walters, A.W., T.Copeland, and D.A. Venditti. 2013. The density dilemma: limitations on juvenile production in threatened salmon populations. Ecology of Freshwater Fish 22:508-519.
  • Sawyer, H., M.J. Kauffman, A.D. Middleton, T.A. Morrison, R.M. Nielson, and T.B. Wyckoff. 2013. A framework for understanding semi-permeable barrier effects on migratory ungulates. Journal of Applied Ecology, 50 (1). DOI: 10.1111/1365-2664.12013  | Abstract |  Download  |  Publisher Website | 
  • Kauffman, M.J., J. Brodie, and E.S. Jules. 2013. Are wolves saving Yellowstone’s aspen? A landscape-level test of a behaviorally mediated trophic cascade: reply. Ecology 94:1425-1431.
  • Middleton, A.D., M.J. Kauffman, D.E. McWhirter, J.G. Cook, R.C. Cook, A.A. Nelson, M.D. Jimenez, and R.W. Klaver. 2013. Animal migration amid shifting patterns of phenology and predation: lessons from a Yellowstone elk herd. Ecology 94:1245-1256.
  • Middleton, A.D., M.J. Kauffman, D.E. McWhirter, M.D. Jimenez, J.G. Cook, R.C. Cook, S.E. Albeke, H. Sawyer, and P.J. White. 2013. Linking anti-predator behavior to prey demography reveals limited risk effects of an actively hunting large carnivore. Ecology Letters 16:1023-1030.
  • Christianson, D., R.W. Klaver, A. Middleton, and M. Kauffman. 2013. Confounded winter and spring phenoclimatology on large herbivore ranges. Landscape Ecology 28:427–437.
  • Kramer, G. E., and A. D. Chalfoun. 2012. Growth rate and relocation movements of Common Nighthawk (Chordeiles minor) nestlings in relation to age. Wilson Journal of Ornithology 124:793-797.
  • Korfanta, N.M., W.D. Newmark, and M.J. Kauffman. 2012. Long-term demographic consequences of habitat fragmentation to a tropical understory bird community. Ecology 93:2548–2559.
  • Nelson, A.A., M.J. Kauffman (and others). 2012. Elk migration patterns and human activity influence wolf habitat selection in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem. Ecological Applications 22:2293–2307.
  • Chalfoun, A. D., and K. Schmidt. 2012. Adaptive breeding-habitat selection: Is it for the birds?Auk (invited Perspectives in Ornithology article) 129:1-11.
  • Hubbard, K. A., and A. D. Chalfoun. 2012. An experimental evaluation of potential scavenger effects on snake road mortality detections. Herpetological Conservation and Biology 7:150-156.
  • Walters, A.W., D. M. Holzer, J. R. Faulkner, C. D. Warren, P. D. Murphy, and M.M. McClure. 2012. Quantifying cumulative entrainment effects for Chinook salmon in a heavily irrigated watershed. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 141:1180-1190.
  • Walters, A.W. 2011. Resistance of aquatic insects to a low flow disturbance: exploring a trait-based approach. Journal of the North American Benthological Society 30: 346-356.
  • Walters, A.W. and D.M. Post. 2011. How low can you go? Response of aquatic insect communities to low flow disturbance. Ecological Applications 21:163–174.
  • Sawyer, H.S., M.J. Kauffman. 2011. Stopover ecology of a migratory ungulate. Journal of Animal Ecology 80, 1078-1087.  | Download  | 
  • Barclay, J. H., N. M. Korfanta, M. J. Kauffman. 2011. Long-Term Population Dynamics of a Managed Burrowing Owl Colony. The Journal of Wildlife Management 75(6):1295-1306.  | Download  | 
  • Gilbert, M. and A. D. Chalfoun. 2011.Energy development affects populations of sagebrush
    songbirds in Wyoming. Journal of Wildlife Management 75:816-824.
  • Chalfoun, A., and T. E. Martin. 2010. Parental investment decisions in response to ambient nest predation risk versus actual predation on the prior nest. The Condor 112:701-710.
  • Chalfoun, A., and T. E. Martin. 2010. Within-season facultative shifts in nest-site selection in response to offspring predation risk: A win-stay, lose-switch strategy. Oecologia 163:885-892.
  • Kauffman, M.J., J. Brodie, and E.S. Jules. 2010. Are wolves saving Yellowstone’s aspen? A landscape-level test of a behaviorally mediated trophic cascade. Ecology 91:2742-2755.
  • West, D., A.W. Walters, S. Gephart, D.M. Post. 2010. Nutrient loading by anadromous alewives: contemporary patterns and predictions for restoration efforts. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 67: 1211-1220.
  • Chalfoun, A. D., and T. E. Martin. 2009. Habitat structure mediates predation risk for sedentary prey: Experimental tests of alternative hypotheses. J. of Animal Ecology 78:497-503.
  • Sawyer, H.S., M.J. Kauffman, and R.M. Nielson. 2009. Influence of well pad activity on the winter habitat selection patterns of mule deer. Journal of Wildlife Management 73:1052-1061.  | Download  | 
  • Sawyer, H.S., M.J. Kauffman, R.M. Nielson and J. Horne. 2009. Identifying and prioritizing ungulate migration routes for landscape-level conservation. Ecological Applications 19:2016-2025.  | Download  | 
  • Post D.M. and A.W. Walters. 2009. Nutrient excretion rates of anadromous alewives during their spawning migration. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 138: 264-268
  • Walters, A.W., R.T. Barnes, and D.M. Post. 2009 Anadromous alewife contribute marine-derived nutrients to coastal stream food webs. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 66:439-448.
  • Bonar, S. A., W. A. Hubert, D. W. Willis. 2009. Standard Methods for Sampling North American Freshwater Fishes. American Fisheries Society, Bethesda, Maryland. 459 pp.
  • Lester, N. P., P. E. Bailey, and W. A. Hubert. 2009. Coldwater fish in small standing waters. Pages 85-96 in S. A. bonar, W. Hubert, and D. W. Willis, editors. Standard Sampling Methods for North American Freshwater Fishes. American Fisheries Society, Bethesda, Maryland.
  • Bonar, S. A., W. A. Hubert, and D. W. Willis. 2009. The North American Freshwater Fish Standard Sampling Project: improving fisheries communications. Fisheries 34:340-344.
  • Sanderson, T. B., and W. A. Hubert. 2009. Influences of habitat fragmentation on habitat use and movements by a fluvial cutthroat trout population: implications for watershed-scale management. Fisheries Management and Ecology 16(4).
  • Sweet, D. E., R. I. Compton, and W. A. Hubert. 2009. Age and growth of bluehead suckers and flannelmouth suckers in headwater tributaries, Wyoming. Western North American Naturalist 69:35-41.
  • 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.
  • Compton, R. I., W. A. Hubert, F. J. Rahel, M. C. Quist, and M. R. Bower. 2008. Influences of fragmentation on populations of native warmwater fishes in a Colorado River basin headwater stream system, Wyoming. North American Journal of Fisheries Management.
  • Bower, M. R., W. A. Hubert, and F. J. Rahel. 2008. Habitat features affect bluehead suckers, flannelmouth suckers, and roundtail chub across a headwater tributary system in the Colorado River basin. Journal of Freshwater Ecology 23:347-357.
  • Walters, A.W. and D.M. Post. 2008. An experimental disturbance alters fish size structure, but not food chain length in streams. Ecology 89: 3261-3267
  • McDonald, D. B., T. L. Parchman, M. R. Bower, W. A. Hubert, and F. J. Rahel. 2008. An introduced and a native vertebrate hybridize to form a genetic bridge to a second native species. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 105:10842-10847.
  • Harris, N. C, M. J. Kauffman, L. S. Mills. 2008. Ungulate population demography and dynamics from age ratios. Journal of Wildlife Management 72:1143-1151.
  • Kuhn, K. M., W. A. Hubert, K. Johnson, D. Oberlie, and D. Dufek. 2008. Habitat use and movement patterns by adult saugers from fall to summer in an unimpounded small-river system. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 28:360-367
  • Hubert, W. A., D. Dufek, J. Deromedi, K. Johnson, S. Roth, and D. Skates. 2008. Burbot in the Wind River drainage of Wyoming: Knowledge of stocks and management issues. Pages 187-199 in Burbot: Ecology, Management, and Culture. American Fisheries Society, Symposium 59, Bethesda, Maryland.
  • 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.
  • Sanderson, T. B., and W. A. Hubert. 2007. Assessment of gaseous CO2 and AQUI-S as anesthetics when surgically implanting radio transmitters into cutthroat trout. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 27:1053-1057.
  • Chalfoun, A. D., and T. E. Martin. 2007. Assessments of habitat preferences and quality depend on spatial scale and metrics of fitness. J. of Applied Ecology 44: 983-992.
  • Chalfoun, A. D., and T. E. Martin. 2007. Latitudinal variation in avian incubation attentiveness and an experimental test of the food limitation hypothesis. Animal Behaviour 73: 579-585.
  • Fletcher, R. J., Jr., L. Ries, J. Battin, and A. D. Chalfoun. 2007. The role of habitat area and edge in fragmented landscapes: definitively distinct or inevitably intertwined? (Invited paper), Canadian J. of Zoology 85:1017-1030.
  • Hubert, W. A., and M. C. Fabrizio. 2007. Relative abundance and catch per unit effort. Pages 279-325 In C. Guy and M. Brown, editors. Analysis and interpretation of freshwater fisheries data. American Fisheries Society, Bethesda, Maryland.
  • Kauffman, M. J., N. Varley, D. W. Smith, D. Stahler, D. MacNulty, and M. S. Boyce. 2007. Landscape heterogeneity shapes predation in a newly restored predator-prey system. Ecology Letters 10:690?700.
  • Hubert, W. A., and K. M. Gordon. 2007. Great Plains fishes declining or threatened with extirpation in Montana, Wyoming, or Colorado. Pages 3-14 in M. J. Brouder and J. A. Scheurer, editors. Status, distribution, and conservation of native freshwater fishes of western North America: a symposium proceedings. American Fisheries Society Symposium 53, Bethesda, Maryland.
  • Lionberger, P. S., and W. A. Hubert. Introduced species and abiotic factors affect longitudinal variation in small fish assemblages in the Wind River watershed, Wyoming. Journal of Freshwater Ecology 22:287-295.
  • 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.
  • Raithel, J. D., M. J. Kauffman, D. H. Pletscher. 2007. Impact of spatial and temporal variation in calf survival on the growth of elk populations. Journal of Wildlife Management 71:795-803.
  • Danner, E. M., M. J. Kauffman, and R. L. Brownell. 2006. Industrial whaling in the North Pacific Ocean 1952-1978: spatial patterns of harvest and decline. Pages 134-144 in J. A Estes, D. P. DeMaster, D. F. Doak, T. M. Williams, and R. L. Brownell, editors. Whales, Whaling and Ocean Ecosystems. University of California Press, Berkely, CA.
  • Kauffman, M. J, M. A. Sanjayan, J. Lowenstein, A. Nelson, R. M. Jeo and K. R. Crooks. 2007. Using remote photography methods and analyses to assess the conservation value of rangelands for Namibian carnivores. Oryx 41:70-78.
  • 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.
  • Kauffman, M. J., and J. L. Maron. 2006. Consumers limit the abundance and dynamics of a perennial shrub with a seed bank. American Naturalist 168:454-470.
  • Kauffman, M.J., and E.S. Jules. 2006. Understanding spatial heterogeneity is necessary for predicting invasion: host size and environment influence susceptibility to a non-native pathogen. Ecological Applications 16:166-175.
  • Maron, J.L., and M.J. Kauffman. 2006. Habitat-specific impacts of multiple consumers on plant population dynamics. Ecology 87:113-124.
  • 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.
  • Martin, T.E., R.D. Bassar, S.K. Bassar, J.J. Fontaine, P. Lloyd, H. Mathewson, A. Niklison, and A. Chalfoun. 2006. Life history and ecological correlates of geographic variation in egg and clutch mass among passerine species. Evolution 60:390-398  | Abstract |  Download  | 
  • 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 31:75-81.
  • Amadio, C. J., W. A. Hubert, K. Johnson, D. Oberlie, and D. Dufek. 2006. Abundance of adult saugers across the Wind River watershed, Wyoming. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 26: 156-162.
  • 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., 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, 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.
  • Rhea, D. T., W. A. Hubert, R. S. Gangl, and R. A. Whaley. 2005. Temproal and spatial variation in relative abundance and length structure of salmonids in reservoirs: Implications for monitoring. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 25:1301-1309
  • Brunger-Lipsey, T. S., W. A. Hubert, and F. J. Rahel. 2005. Relationships of elevation, channel slope, and stream width to occurrences of native fishes at the Great Plains-RockyMountain interface. Journal of Freshwater Ecology 20:695-705.
  • Gerow, K. G., R. C. Anderson-Sprecher, and W. A. Hubert. 2005. A new method to compute standard weight equations that reduces length related bias. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 25:1288-1300.
  • Burckhardt, J. C., and W. A. Hubert. 2005. Evidence of relationships between Tubifex habitat and myxobolus cerebralis across a mountain watershed. Intermountain Journal of Sciences 11:45-57.
  • Gerow, K. G., R. C. Anderson-Sprecher, and W. A. Hubert. 2005. A new method to compute standard weight equations that reduces length-related bias. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 25:1288-1300.
  • Rhea, D. T., W. A. Hubert, R. S. Gangl, and R. A. Whaley. 2005. Temporal and spatial variation in relative abundance and length structure of salmonids in reservoirs: Implications for monitoring. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 25:1301-1309.
  • Quist, M. C., and W. A. Hubert. 2005. Ecological, social, and economic issues related to bioinvasive species and the preservation of cutthroat trout in the western United States. Pages 113-116 in Moore, S. E., R. F. Carline, and J. Dillon, eds. Working together to ensure the future of wild trout; proceedings of Wild Trout VIII symposium--30th anniversary; 2004 September 20-23; Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming.
  • Barrineau, C. A., W. A. Hubert, P. D. Dey, and T. C. Annear. 2005. Winter ice processes and pool habitat associated with two types of constructed instream structures. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 25:1022-1033.
  • Mullner, S. A., and W. A. Hubert. 2005. Low summer water temperatures influence occurrence of naturalized salmonids across a mountain watershed. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 25:1034-1040.
  • Hubert, W. A., and M. P. Joyce. 2005. Habitat associations of age-0 cutthraot trout in a spring stream improved for adult salmonids. Journal of Freshwater Ecology 20:277-286.
  • Quist, M. C., and W. A. Hubert. 2005. Relative effects of biotic and abiotic processes: a test of the biotic-abiotic constraining hypothesis as applied to cutthroat trout. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 134:676-686.
  • Plumb, R. E, S. H. Anderson, and F. L. Knopf. 2005. Habitat and nesting biology of mountain plovers in Wyoming. Western North American Naturalist 65:223-228.
  • Amadio, C. J., W. A. Hubert, K. Johnson, D. Oberlie, and D. Dufek. 2005. Factors affecting the occurrence of saugers in small, high-elevation rivers near the western edge of the species' natural distribution. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 134:160-171.
  • Quist, M. C., F. J. Rahel, and W. A. Hubert. 2005. Hierarchial faunal filters: an approach to assessing effects of habitat and nonnative species on native fishes. Ecology of Freshwater Fish 14:24-39.
  • Anderson, C. R. Jr., and F. G. Lindzey. 2005. Experimental evaluation of population trend and harvest composition in a Wyoming cougar population. Wildlife Society Bulletin 33:179-188.
  • Anderson, C. R. Jr., F. G. Lindzey, and D. B. McDonald. 2004. Genetic structure of cougar populations across the Wyoming Basin:metapopulation or megapopulation. Journal of Mammalogy 85:1207-1214.
  • 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. 2005. Fish assemblage structure following impoundment of a Great Plains river. Western North American Naturalist 65:53-63.
  • Simpkins, D. G., W. A. Hubert, C. Martinez del Rio, and D. C. Rule. 2004. Factors affecting swimming performance of fasted rainbow trout with implications of exhaustive exercise on overwinter mortality. Journal of Freshwater Ecology 19:657-666.
  • Lindstrom, J. W., and W. A. Hubert. 2004. Mink predation on radio-tagged trout during winter in a low-gradient reach of a mountain stream, Wyoming. Western North American Naturalist 64:551-553.
  • Isaak, D. J., and W. A. Hubert. 2004. Nonlinear response of trout abundance to summer stream temperatures across a thermally diverse montane landscape. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 133:1254-1259.
  • Lindstrom, J. W., and W. A. Hubert. 2004. Ice processes affect habitat use and movements of adult cutthroat trout and brook trout in a Wyoming foothills stream. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 24:1331-1342.
  • 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 2004:617-623.
  • Kauffman, M.J., J.F. Pollock and B. Walton. 2004. Spatial structure, dispersal, and management of a recovering raptor population. American Naturalist 164:582-597.
  • Gordon, K., M. Mckinstry, and S. Anderson, 2004. Motorist response to deer- sensing warning system. Wildlife Socitey Bulletin. 32:565-573
  • Gerow, K. G., W. A. Hubert, and R. C. Anderson-Sprecher. 2004. An alternative approach to detection of length-related biases in standard weith equations. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 24:903-910.
  • 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.
  • Schwanke, C. J., and W. A. Hubert. 2004. Evaluation of three gears for sampling spawning populations of rainbow trout in a large Alaskan river. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 24:1078-1082.
  • McKinstry, M., W. Hubert, S. Anderson (eds). 2004. Wetlands and Riparina Areas of trhe Intermountain West. University of Texas Press, Austin. 319 p
  • Knight, D, S. Anderson, C. Madson. 2004. What does it mean for The Nature Conservancy to be science driven. Wild Spaces/Working Places. Nature Conservance . Summer 2004. 9-12.
  • Hubert, W. A. 2004. Ecological processes of riverine wetland habitats. Pages 52-73 in M. C. McKinstry, W. A. Hubert, and S. H. Anderson, editors. Wetland and riparian areas of the Intermountain West ecology and management. University of Texas Press, Austin, Texas.
  • McKinstry, M. C., W. A. Hubert, and S. H. Anderson. 2004. Wetland and riparian areas of the Intermountain West habitat and management. University of Texas Press, Austin, Texas.
  • 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.
  • Simpkins, D. G., W. A. Hubert, C. Martinez del Rio, and D. C. Rule. 2004. Constraints of body size and swimming velocity on the ability of juvenile rainbow trout to endure periods without food. Journal of Fish Biology 65:530-544.
  • Hubert, W. A. 2004. Applications of resource selection functions in fisheries science. Pages 77-85 in S. Huzurbazar, editor. Resource selection methods and applications. Omnipress, Madison, Wisconsin.
  • Joyce, M. P., and W. A. Hubert. 2004. Spawning ecology of finespotted Snake River cutthroat trout in spring streams of the Salt River Valley, Wyoming. Western North American Naturalist 64:78-85.
  • Smith, M. A., and W. A. Hubert. 2004. Failure of a plant-and-krill-based diet to affect the performance of Yellowstone cutthroat trout broodfish. North American Journal of Aquaculture 66:61-68.
  • McKinstry, M. C., and S. H. Anderson. 2003. Improving aquatic plant grwoth using propagules and topsoil in created bentonite wetlands of Wyoming. Ecological Engineering 21:175-189.
  • Rompola, K. M., and S. H. Anderson. 2004. Habitat of three rare species of small mammals in juniper woodlands of southwestern Wyoming. Western North American Naturalist 64:86-92.
  • 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.
  • McKinstry, M., and S. Anderson. 2003. Survival, Fate and Success of transplanted beaver in Wyoming. Wildlife Rehabilitation and Medicine. 26: 17-23.
  • Bailey, P. E., and W. A. Hubert. 2003. Factors associated with stocked cutthroat trout populations in high-mountain lakes. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 23:611-618.
  • 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.
  • Schwanke, C. J., and W. A. Hubert. 2003. Structure, abundance, and movements of an allacustrine population of rainbow trout in the Naknek River, Southwest Alaska. Northwest Science 77:340-348.
  • Simpkins, D. G., W. A. Hubert, C. Martinez del Rio, and D. C. Rule. 2003. Interacting effects of water temperature and swimming activities on body condition and mortality of fasted juvenile rainbow trout. Canadian Journal of Zoology 81:1641-1649.
  • Kauffman, M.J., W.F. Frick and J. Linthicum. 2003. Modeling habitat-specific differences in survival, fecundity, and population growth for peregrine falcons in California. Ecological Applications 13:1802–1816.
  • Lyon, A., and S. H. Anderson. 2003. Potential gas development impacts on sage grouse nest intiation and movement.
  • Smith R., S. Anderson, S. Cain, and J. Dunk. 2003. Habitat and nest-site use by red-tailed hawks in northwestern Wyoming. J. Raptor Research. 37: 219-227.
  • Joyce, M. P., and W. A. Hubert. 2003. Snorkeling as an alternative to depletion electrofishing for assessing cutthroat trout and brown trout in stream pools. Journal of Freshwater Ecology 18:215-222.
  • Simpkins, D. G., W. A. Hubert, C. Martinez del Rio, and D. C. Rule. 2003. Physiological responses of juvenile rainbow trout to fasting and swimming activity: Effects on body condition and condition indices. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 132:576-589.
  • Parker, J, and S. Anderson. 2003 Habitat use and movements of repatriated Wyoming toads. Journal of Wildlife Management 67:439-446.
  • Olsen, T., S. Dieni, F. Lindzey and S. Anderson. 2003 Swift fox detection probability using tracking plate transects. pp 93-99 in The Swift Fox: Ecology and Conservation of Swift Foxes in a Changing World. Canadian Plains Research Center, University Regional (2003/04/01)
  • McKinstry, M., and S. Anderson. 2003 Trappers in Wyoming. opinions on trends in mammalian predator populations. Intermountain Journal of Science :9 1-5
  • Covington, J. S., and W. A. Hubert. 2003. Trout population responses to restoration of stream flows. Environmental Management 31:135-146.
  • Dare, M. R., and W. A. Hubert. 2003. Use of similar habitat by cutthroat trout and brown trout in a regulated river during winter. Northwest Science 77:36-45.
  • Simpkins, D. G., W. A. Hubert, C. Martinez del Rio, and D. C. Rule. 2003. Effect of swimming activity on relative weight and body condition of juvenile rainbow trout. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 23:283-289.
  • Smith, M. A., and W. A. Hubert. 2003. Simulated thermal tempering versus sudden temperature change and short-term survival of fingerling rainbow trout. North American Journal of Aquaculture 65:67-69.
  • Jules, E.S., M.J. Kauffman, W.D. Ritts, and A.L. Carroll. 2002. Spread of an invasive pathogen over a variable landscape: a non-native root rot on Port Orford cedar. Ecology 83:3167-3181.
  • Olson, T. L., and F. G. Lindzey. 2002. Swift fox (Vulpes velox) home range dispersion patterns in southeastern Wyoming. Canadian Journal of Zoology 80:2024-2029.
  • Anderson, C. R., and F. G. Lindzey. 2003. Estimating cougar predation rates from GPS location clusters. Journal of Wildlife Mangement 67:307-316.
  • Sawyer, H., F. Lindzey, D McWhirter, and K. Andrews. 2002. Potential effects of oil and gas development on mule deer and pronghorn populations in western Wyoming. transactions of the 67th North American Wildlife and Natural Resource Conference 67:350-365. Wildlife Management Inststute, Washington D. C.
  • Chalfoun, A. D., M. J. Ratnaswamy, and F. R. Thompson III. 2002. Songbird nest predators in forest-pasture edge and forest interior in a fragmented landscape. Ecological Applications 12(3):858-867.
  • Hubert, W. A., M. P. Joyce, R. Gipson, D. Zafft, D. Money, D. Hawk, and B. Taro. 2002. Whirling disease among Snake River cutthroat trout in two spring streams in Wyoming. Pages 181-193 in J. L. Bartholomew and J. . Wilson, editors. Whirling disease: Reviews and current topics. American Fisheries Society Symposium 29.
  • Olson, T. L., and F. G. Lindzey. 2002. Swift fox survival and production in southeastern Wyoming. Journal of Mammalogy 83:199-206.
  • Anderson, S., and B. Crompton. 2002. The effect of shelter wood logging on bird community composition. Forest Science 40:1-9.
  • Chalfoun, A. D., F. R. Thompson III., and M. J. Ratnaswamy. 2002. Nest predators and fragmentation: a review and meta-analysis. Conservation Biology 16(2):306-318.
  • Annear, T. C., W. A. Hubert, D. G. Simpkins, and J. L. Hebdon. 2002. Behavioural and physiological response of trout to winter habitat in tailwaters in Wyoming, USA. Hydrological Processes 16:915-925.
  • McKinstry, M., and S. Anderson. 2002. Creating wetlands for waterfowl in Wyoming. Ecological Engineering 18:293-304.
  • Gutzweller, K., S. Riffell, and S. Anderson. 2002. Repeated human intrusion and the potential for nest predation by gray jays. Journal of Wildlife Management 66:372-380.
  • Bonar, S. A., and W. A. Hubert. 2002. Standard sampling of inland fish: benefits, challenges, and a call for action. Fisheries 27(3):10-16.
  • Dare, M. R., W. A. Hubert, and K. G. Gerow. 2002. Changes in habita availability and habitat use and movements by two trout species in response to declining discharge in a regulated river during winter. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 22:917-928
  • Rumpola, K., and S. Anderson. 2002. Small mammal communities in juniper woodland sagebrush grassland in southwestern Wyoming. Intermountain Journal of Science 8:1-11.
  • Hubert, W. A. 2002. Book review. Inland fisheries ecology and management. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 131:1005-1006.
  • Anderson, S. H. 2002. Managing Our Wildlife Resources. Teachers Manual. Prentice Hall, New Jersey 97pp.
  • Anderson, S. H. 2002. Mananging our wildllife resources. 4th edition. Prentice Hall 544 pp.
  • Korfante, N. L. Ayers, S. Anderson and D. McDonald. 2001. A preliminary assessment of burrowing owl populations. Journal of Raptor Research 35:337-343.
  • Dare, M. R., and W. A. Hubert. 2001. Influence of stream flow on hydrogen sulfide concentrations and distributions of two trout species in a Rocky Mountain tailwater. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 21:971-975.
  • Pavlacky, D., and S. H. Anderson. 2001. Habitat preference of pinyon juniper specialists near the limit of their geographical range. The Condor 103:322-331.
  • Goldstein, J. N., W. A. Hubert, D. F. Woodward, A. M. Farag, and J. S. Meyer. 2001. Naturalized salmonid populations occur in the presence of elevated trace element concentrations and temperatures in the Firehole River, Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming, USA.
  • Hebdon, J. L., and W. A. Hubert. 2001. Body condition and stomach contents of subadult trout during fall and winter in three Wyoming tailwaters. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 21:897-903.
  • Hebdon, J. L., and W. A. Hubert. 2001. Drifting invertebrate composition, densities, and biomass from fall through winter in three Wyoming tailwaters. Intermountain Journal of Sciences 7:49-56.
  • Isaak, D. J., and W. A. Hubert. 2001. A hypothesis about factors that affect maximum summer stream temperatures across montane landscapes. Journal of the American Water Resources Association 37:351-366.
  • Parrish, Tierny L., Wayne A. Hubert, Stanley H. Anderson, Michael J. Pucherelli, and Warren Mangus. 2001. Distributions of roosting sandhill cranes as identified by aerial thermography. Prairie Naturalist 33:93-100.
  • Stichert, N. D., W. A. Hubert, and Q. D. Skinner. 2001. A test of factors hypothesized to influence biomass of salmonids in Rocky Mountain streams. Journal of Freshwater Ecology 16:493-500.
  • Nunez, R., B. Miller, and F. Lindzey. 2002. Ecologia del jaguar en la reserva de la biosfera Chamel-Cuixmala, Jalisco, Mexico. pp 107-126 in Medellin, R. A. et al. El Jaguar en Nuevo Milenio. Universidad Nacional Autnoma de Mexico, Ciudad Universitaria, 04510 Mexico, D. F.
  • Sawyer, H., and F. G. Lindzey. 2001. Habitat selection and sexual segregation of elk in northern Wyoming. Intermountain Journal of Sciences 7:70-77.
  • Whittaker, D. G., and F. G. Lindzey. 2001. Population characteristics of sympatric mule and white-tailed deer on Rocky Mountain Arsenal, Colorado. Journal of Wildlife Management 65:946-952.
  • Buhler, M., and S. H. Anderson. 2001. Ruffed grouse drumming log and habitat use in Grand Teton National Park. Western North America Nature 61:235-241.
  • Karhu, R. R., and S. H. Anderson. 2001. Public health cost of pesticides. Fleas. Encyclopedia of Pest Management. D. Pimental (Ed. ) Mareal Decker, New York.
  • McClennen, N., R. Wigglesworth and S. H. Anderson. 2001. The effect of suurban and agricultural development on activity patterns of coyotes. American Midland Naturalist 146:27-36.
  • Hyatt, M. W., and W. A. Hubert. 2001. Proposed standard-weight (Ws) equation and length-categorization standards for brown trout (Salmo trutta) in lentic habitats. Journal of Freshwater Ecology 16:53-56.
  • Hyatt, M. W., and W. A. Hubert. 2001. Proposed standard-weight equation for brook trout. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 21:253-254.
  • Hyatt, M. W., and W. A. Hubert. 2001. Statistical properties of relative weight distributions of four salmonid species and their sampling implications. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 21:666-670.
  • Parker, J., and S. Anderson 2001. Identification Guide to Herpetiles of Wyoming. Modern Printing 44p
  • Smith, B., and S. Anderson. 2001. Does dispersal help regulate the Jackson elk herd? Wildlife Society Bulletin 29:331-341.
  • Kruse, C. G., W. A. Hubert, and F. J. Rahel. 2001. An assessment of headwater isolation as a conservation strategy for cutthroat trout in the Absaroka Mountains in Wyoming. Northwest Science 75:1-11.
  • Stichert, N. D., W. A. Hubert, and Q. D. Skinner. 2001. Factors influencing distributions of salmonids in the Little Bighorn River drainage, Wyoming. Intermountain Journal of Sciences 7:22-33.
  • Hyatt, M. W., and W. A. Hubert. 2000. Proposed standard-weight (Ws) equations for kokanee, golden trout and bull trout. Journal of Freshwater Ecology 15:559-563.
  • McKinstry, M. C., P. Caffrey, and S. H. Anderson. 2000. The importance of beaver to duck populations in Wyoming. Pp 95-100 in P. J. Wiggington and R. Beschta (eds. ). Riparian Ecology and Management in Multi-Land Use Watersheds. American Water Resources Association. Middleburg, VA.
  • Parker, J. M., S. H. Anderson, and F. G. Lindzey. 2000. Bufo baxteri (Wyoming toad), predation. Herpetological Review 33:161-162.
  • Peckachek, P., F. G. Lindzey, and S. H. Anderson. 2000. Home-range size and spatial organization of swift fox in southeastern Wyoming. International Journal of Mammalian Biology. 65:209-215.
  • Smith, B. L., J. S. Dieni, R. L. Rogers, and S. H. Anderson. 2000. Effects of ungulate browsing on aspen regeneration in northwestern Wyoming. Pp. 156-163 in Sustaining Aspen in Western Landscapes:Symposium Prooceedings RMRS-P-18.
  • Struempf, H. G., G. Hayward, and S. H. Anderson. 2000. Predicting nest success from habitat features in Sustaining Aspen in Western Landscapes:Symposium Prooceedings RMRS-P-18.
  • Wigglesworth, R. N, MClennen, and S. Anderson. 2000. Comparison or coyote diet in two areas of Jackson Hole. International Journal of Science 6:355-367.
  • Mullner, S. A., W. A. Hubert, and T. A. Wesche. 2000. Snorkeling as an alternative to depletion electrofishing for estimating abundance and length-class frequencies of trout in small streams:response to comment. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 20:839-840.
  • Nunez, R., B. Miller, and F. Lindzey. 2000. Food habits of jaguars and pumas in Jalisco, Mexico. Journal of Zoological Society of London 252:373-379.
  • Gutzwiller, K. J., and S. Anderson. 2000. Spatial extent of human-intrusion effects on subalpine bird distribution. Condor. 101:378-389
  • Mullner, S. A., W. A. Hubert, and T. A. Wesche. 2000. Visually estimating substrate composition at potential spawning sites for trout in mountain streams. Journal of Freshwater Ecology 15:199-207.
  • Kruse, C. G., and W. A. Hubert. 2000. Status of Yellowstone cutthroat trout in Wyoming waters. N. Amer. J. Fish. Manage. 20:692-704.
  • Patton, T. M., W. A. Hubert, F. J. Rahel, and K. G. Gerow. 2000. Effort needed to estimate species richness in small streams on the Great Plains in Wyoming. North American Journal of Fisheries Management. 20:394-398.
  • Simpkins, D. G., W. A. Hubert, and T. A. Wesche. 2000. Effects of a spring flushing flow on the distribution of radio-tagged juvenile rainbow trout in a Wyoming tailwater. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 20:546-551.
  • Karhu, R. R., and S. H. Anderson. 2000. Effects of pyriproxyfen spray, powder, and bait treatment on non-target arthropods of black-tailed prairie dog towns. J. Medical Entomol. 37:612-618.
  • McKinstry, M. C., P. Mcaffrey an S. H. Anderson 2000. The importance of beaver to duck populations. pp. 95-100 in Wigington and Beschta (eds) Riparian Ecology and Management in Multi-land use on Water sheds. Middlegurg. VA
  • Parker, J. M., S. H. Anderson, and F. G. Lindzey. 2000. Bufo baxteri (Wyoming Toad) predation. Herpetological Review 33:161-162
  • Parker, J. M., S. H. Anderson, and F. G. Lindzey. 2000. Bufo baxteri (Wyoming Toad), predation. Herpetological Review 33:161-162.
  • Peckachek, P., F. G. Lindzey, and S. H. Anderson. 2000. Home-range size and spatial organization of swift fox in southeastern Wyoming. Internat. J. Mammalian Biol. 65:209-215.
  • Covington, J. S., and W. A. Hubert. 2000. Relations between on-site and aerial measurements of streamside features and cover for trout in alluvial valley streams in Wyoming. N. Amer. J. Fish. Manage. 20:627-633.
  • Dare, M. R., and W. A. Hubert. 2000. Precision and interpretation of data collected using a new measurement technique for microhabitat features at fish locations determined by radio telemetry. Journal of Freshwater Ecology. 15:29-38.
  • Hubert, W. A., C. A. Pru, and T. A. Wesche. 2000. Spatial and temporal variation in physical habitat conditions of low-gradient reaches of Rocky Mountain streams during fall and winter. Journal of Freshwater Ecology 15:219-228.
  • Irwin, E. R., and W. A. Hubert. 1999. Biology and management of ictalurids: a summary of the proceedings of the international catfish symposium. Pp. 495-502 in E. R. Irwin, W. A. Hubert, C. F. Rabini, H. L. Schramm, Jr., and T. Coon (eds. ). Catfish 2000: Proceedings of the International Ictalurid Symposium. American Fisheries Society, Bethesda, MD.
  • Isaak, D. J., and W. A. Hubert. 2000. Are trout populations affected by reach-scale stream slope? Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 57:468-477.
  • Schramm, H. L., Jr., and W. A. Hubert. 1999. Ecosystem management. Pages 111-126 in C. L. Kohler and W. A. Hubert, editors. Inland fisheries management in North America, second edition. American Fisheries Society, Bethesda, Maryland. (Ecosystems, fisheries management) (FY1999)
  • Simpkins, D. G., and W. A. Hubert. 2000. Drifting invertebrates, stomach contents, and body conditions of juvenile rainbow trout from fall through winter in a Wyoming tailwater. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 129:1176-1184.
  • Simpkins, D. G., W. A. Hubert, and T. A. Wesche. 2000. Effects of fall to winter changes in habitat and frazil ice on movements and habitat use by juvenile rainbow trout in a Wyoming tailwater. Transactions of the Amercan Fisheries Society. 129:101-118.
  • Isaak, D. J., and W. A. Hubert. 1999. Predicting the effects of Myxobolus cerebralis across a fifth-order Rocky Mountain watershed. Pages 149-154 in Proceedings of the Whirling Disease Symposium: Research and Management Perspectives. Whirling Disease Foundation, Bozeman, Montana.
  • Ayers, L. W., and S. H. Anderson. 1999. An aerial sightability model for estimating ferruginous hawk population size. Journal of Wildlife Management 63(1):85-97.
  • Dieni, J. S., and S. H. Anderson. 1999. Effects of recent burning on breeding bird community structures in aspen forests. J. Field Ornithol. 70:491-503.
  • Vargas, A., and S. H. Anderson. 1999. Effects of experience and cage enrichment on predatory skills of black-footed ferrets. Journal of Mammalogy 80:263-269.
  • Hubert, W. A. 1999. Biology and management of channel catfish. Pp. 3-22 in E. R. Irwin, W. A. Hubert, C. F. Rabini, H. L. Schramm, Jr., and T. Coon (eds. ). Catfish 2000: Proceedings of the International Ictalurid Symposium. American Fisheries Society, Bethesda, MD.
  • Grogan, R. G., and F. G. Lindzey. 1999. Estimating black bear numbers in a low-density population. Ursus 11:109-117
  • Holm, G. W., F. G. Lindzey, and D. S. Moody. 1999. Interactions of sympatric black and grizzly bears in northwest Wyoming. Ursus 11:99-108
  • Hubert, W. A. 1999. Standards for assessment of age and growth data for channel catfish. Journal of Freshwater Ecology 14:313-326.
  • Isaak, D. J., and W. A. Hubert. 1999. Catalyzing the transition from student to scientist--a model for graduate research training. BioScience 49:321-326.
  • Isaak, D. J., W. A. Hubert, and K. L. Krueger. 1999. Accuracy and precision of water surface slopes estimated in the field and from maps. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 19:141-148.
  • Kohler, C. C., and W. A. Hubert, editors. 1999. Inland fisheries management in North America, 2nd edition. American Fisheries Society, Bethesda, Maryland.
  • Patton, T. M., F. J. Rahel, and W. A. Hubert. 1998. Using historical data to assess changes in Wyoming's fish fauna. Conservation Biology 12:1120-1128.
  • Kruse, C. G., W. A. Hubert, and F. J. Rahel. 1998. Single-pass electrofishing predicts trout abundance in mountain streams with sparse habitat. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 18:940-946.
  • Mullner, S. A., W. A. Hubert, and T. A. Wesche. 1998. Snorkeling as an alternative to depletion electrofishing for estimating the abundance and length frequencies of trout in small streams. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 18:947-953.
  • Gryska, A. D., W. A. Hubert, and K. G. Gerow. 1998. Relative abundance and lengths of Kendall Warm Springs dace captured from different habitats in a specially designed trap. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 127:309-315.
  • Krueger, K. L., W. A. Hubert, and R. M. Price. 1998. Tandem-set fyke nets for sampling benthic fishes in lakes. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 18:154-160.
  • Meyer, J. S., D. F. Woodward, J. N. Goldstein, A. M. Farag, and W. A. Hubert. 1998. Relationships between boron concentrations and trout in the Firehole River, Wyoming, USA. Biological Trace Element Research 66:167-184.
  • Simpkins, D. G., and W. A. Hubert. 1998. A technique for estimating the accuracy of fish locations identified by radiotelemetry. Journal of Freshwater Ecology 13:263-268.
  • Hubert, W. A., and E. P. Bergersen. 1998. Define the purpose of habitat analysis and avoid the activity trap. Fisheries 23(5):20-21.
  • Patton, T. M., W. A. Hubert, and F. J. Rahel. 1998. Ichthyofauna in streams of the Missouri River drainage, Wyoming. Prairie Naturalist 30:9-22.
  • Kruse, C. G., W. A. Hubert, and F. J. Rahel. 1997. Geomorphic influences on the distribution of Yellowstone cutthroat trout inthe Absaroka Mountains, Wyoming. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 126:418-427.
  • Elliott, A. G., S. H. Anderson, and W. A. Hubert. 1997. Mammal use of shortgrass prairie and associated riparian habitat in Wyoming. Intermountain Journal of Sciences 3:117-124.
  • Gryska, A. D., and W. A. Hubert. 1997. Observations on the reproduction, sources of mortality, and diet of the Kendall Warm Springs dace. Great Basin Naturalist 57:338-342.
  • Gryska, A. D., W. A. Hubert, and K. G. Gerow. 1997. Use of power analysis in developing monitoring protocols for the endangered Kendall Warm Springs dace. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 17:1005-1009.
  • Hubert, W. A., S. H. Anderson, and J. M. Lawrence. 1997. Bird abundance and diversity relative to habitat features of Laramie Plains lakes, Wyoming. Intermountain Journal of Sciences 3:73-81.
  • Krueger, K. L., and W. A. Hubert. 1997. Assessment of lentic burbot populations in the Big Horn/Wind River drainage, Wyoming. Journal of Freshwater Ecology 12:453-463.
  • LaVoie, W. J., IV, and W. A. Hubert. 1997. Late summer and fall use of stream margins by young-of-year brown trout in a high-elevation stream. Journal of Freshwater Ecology 12:291-302.
  • Marwitz, T. D., and W. A. Hubert. 1997. Trends in relative weight of walleye stocks in Wyoming reservoirs. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 17:44-53.
  • Modde, T., R. J. Jeric, W. A. Hubert, and R. D. Gipson. 1997. Estimating the impacts of reservoir elevation changes on kokanee emergence in Flaming Gorge Reservoir, Wyoming-Utah. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 17:470-473.
  • Isaak, D. J., and W. A. Hubert. 1997. Integrating new technologies into fisheries science: the application of geographic information systems. Fisheries 22(1):6-10.
  • Kruse, C. G., W. A. Hubert, and F. J. Rahel. 1997. Using otoliths and scales to describe age and growth of Yellowstone cutthroat trout in a high-elevation stream system, Wyoming. Northwest Science 71:30-38.
  • Hubert, W. A., W. J. LaVoie IV, and L. D. DeBray. 1997. Aquatic macroinvertebrates in young beaver ponds on a small prairie stream, Wyoming. Intermountain Journal of Sciences 3:11-16.
 

Current Staff

Federal Staff: 3

Masters Students: 19

Phd Students: 3

Post Docs: 4

University Staff: 5

5 Year Summary

Students graduated: 18

Scientific Publications: 46

Presentations: 76

Wyoming Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit Cooperators

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