NWRC Annual Publications List 2011
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11-1 ALLEN, B. L., R. M. ENGEMAN, AND L. R. ALLEN. 2011. Wild dogma: an examination of recent "evidence" for dingo regulation of invasive mesopredator release in Australia. Current Zoology 57:568-583.
11-2 ALLEN, B. L., R. M. ENGEMAN, AND L. R. ALLEN. 2011. Wild dogma II: the role and implications of wild dogma for wild dog management in Australia. Current Zoology 57:737-740.
11-3 ATWOOD, T. C., T. L. FRY, AND B. R. LELAND. 2011. Partitioning of anthropogenic watering sites by desert carnivores. Journal of Wildlife Management 75:1609-1615.
11-4 ATWOOD, T. C., J. K. YOUNG, J. P. BECKMANN, S. W. BRECK, J. FIKE, O. E. RHODES JR., AND K. D. BRISTOW. 2011. Modeling connectivity of black bears in a desert sky island archipelago. Biological Conservation 144:2851-2862.
11-5 AUSBAND, D. E., J. YOUNG, B. FANNIN, M. S. MITCHELL, J. L. STENGLEIN, L. P. WAITS, AND J. A. SHIVIK. 2011. Hair of the dog: obtaining samples from coyotes and wolves noninvasively. Wildlife Society Bulletin 35:105-111.
11-6 AVERY, M. L., J. D. EISEMANN, K. L. KEACHER, AND P. J. SAVARIE. 2011. Acetaminophen and zinc phosphide for lethal management of invasive lizards Ctenosaura similis. Current Zoology 57:625-629.
11-7 AVERY, M. L., J. S. HUMPHREY, T. S. DAUGHTERY, J. W. FISCHER, M. P. MILLESON, E. A. TILLMAN, W. E. BRUCE, AND W. D. WALTER. 2011. Vulture flight behavior and implications for aircraft safety. Journal of Wildlife Management 75:1581-1587.
118 -BAI, Y., C. H. CALISHER, M. Y. KOSOY, J. J. ROOT, AND J. B. DOTY. 2011. Persistent infection or successive reinfection of deer mice with Bartonella vinsonii subsp. arupensis. Applied and Environmental Microbiology 77:1728-1731.
11-9 BARUCH-MORDO, S., S. W. BRECK, K. R. WILSON, AND J. BRODERICK. 2011. The carrot or the stick? Evaluation of education and enforcement as management tools for human-wildlife conflicts. PloS One (Online: www. plosone. org) 6:e15681, doi:10.1371/journal.pone0015681.
11-10 BERENTSEN, A. R., M. R. DUNBAR, S. R. JOHNSON, S. ROBBE-AUSTERMAN, L. MARTINEZ, AND R. L. JONES. 2011. Active use of coyotes (Canis latrans) to detect bovine tuberculosis in northeastern Michigan, USA. Veterinary Microbiology 151:126-132.
11-11 BIGGINS, D. E., T. M. LIVIERI, AND S. W. BRECK. 2011. Interface between black-footed ferret research and operational conservation. Journal of Mammalogy 92:699-704.
11-12 BIONDI, K. M., J. L. BELANT, J. A. MARTIN, T. L. DEVAULT, AND G. WANG. 2011. White-tailed deer incidents with U.S. civil aircraft. Wildlife Society Bulletin 35:303-309.
11-13 BLIZZARD, E. 2011. Baylisascariasis fact sheet. H. Newton and C. Wolf, editors. Infectious diseases of concern to captive and free ranging wildlife in North America. American Association of Zoo Veterinarians (AAZV) Infectious Disease Committee, Yulee, Florida.11-14 BRECK, S. W., B. M. KLUEVER, M. PANASCI, J. OAKLEAF, T. JOHNSON, W. BALLARD, L. HOWERY, AND D. L. BERGMAN. 2011. Domestic calf mortality and producer detection rates in the Mexican wolf recovery area: implications for livestock management and carnivore compensation schemes. Biological Conservation 144:930-936.
11-15 BROWN, H. E., C. E. LEVY, R. E. ENSCORE, M. E. SCHRIEFER, T. J. DELIBERTO, K. L. GAGE, AND R. J. EISEN. 2011. Annual seroprevalence of Yersinia pestis in coyotes as predictors of interannual variation in reports of human plague cases in Arizona, United States. Vector-Borne and Zoonotic Diseases 11:1439-1446
11-16 BUCKINGHAM, B. N., AND B. BACAK. 2011. Natal colony site fidelity of herring gulls at Sandusky Bay, Ohio. North American Bird Bander 36:53-57.
11-17 CALISHER, C. H., J. N. MILLS, J. J. ROOT, J. B. DOTY, AND B. J. BEATY. 2011. Relative abundance of deer mice with antibody to sin nombre virus corresponds to the occurrence of hantavirus pulmonary syndrome in nearby humans. Vector-Borne and Zoonotic Diseases 11:577-582
11-18 CAMPBELL, T. A., D. B. LONG, L. R. BAZAN, B. V. THOMSEN, S. ROBBE-AUSTERMAN, R. B. DAVEY, L. A. SOLIZ, S. R. SWAFFORD, AND K. C. VERCAUTEREN. 2011. Absence of Mycobacterium bovis in feral swine (Sus scrofa) from the southern Texas border region. Journal of Wildlife Diseases 47:974-978.
11-19 CAMPBELL, T. A., D. B. LONG, AND G. MASSEI. 2011. Efficacy of the boar-operated-system to deliver baits to feral swine. Preventive Veterinary Medicine 98:243-249.
11-20 CAMPBELL, T. A., K. C. VERCAUTEREN. 2011. Diseases and parasites. Pages 219-249 in D. G. Hewitt ,editor. Biology and management of white-tailed deer. CRC Press, Boca Raton, Florida.
11-21 CÁRDENAS-CANALES, E. M., J. A. ORTEGA-SANTOS, T. A. CAMPBELL, Z. GARCIA-VÁZQUEZ, A. CANTÚ-COVARRUBIAS, J. V. FIGUEROA-MILLÁN, R. W. DEYOUNG, D. G. HEWITT, AND F. C. BRYANT. 2011. Nilgai antelope in northern Mexico as a possible carrier for cattle fever ticks and Babesia bovis and Babesia bigemina. Journal of Wildlife Diseases 47:777-779.
11-22 CARIAPPA, C. A., J. K. OAKLEAF, W. B. BALLARD, AND S. W. BRECK. 2011. A reappraisal of the evidence for regulation of wolf populations. Journal of Wildlife Management 75:726-730.
11-23 CARLSON, J. C., L. CLARK, M. F. ANTOLIN, AND M. D. SALMAN. 2011. Rock pigeon use of livestock facilities in northern Colorado: implications for improving farm bio-security. Human-Wildlife Interactions 5:112-122.
11-24 CARLSON, J. C., R. M. ENGEMAN, D. R. HYATT, R. L. GILLILAND, T. J. DELIBERTO, L. CLARK, M. J. BODENCHUK, AND G. M. LINZ. 2011. Efficacy of European starling control to reduce Salmonella enterica contamination in a concentrated animal feeding operation in the Texas panhandle. BMC Veterinary Research 7:9 Online http://www.biomedcentral.com/1746-6148/7/9.
11-25 CARLSON, J. C., A. B. FRANKLIN, D. R. HYATT, S. E. PETTIT, AND G. M. LINZ. 2011. The role of starlings in the spread of Salmonella within concentrated animal feeding operations. Journal of Applied Ecology 48:479-486.
11-26 CARLSON, J. C., G. M. LINZ, L. R. BALLWEBER, S. A. ELMORE, S. E. PETTIT, AND A. B. FRANKLIN. 2011. The role of European starlings in the spread of coccidia within concentrated animal feeding operations. Veterinary Parasitology 180:340-343.
11-27 CLEMENTS, G. M., S. E. HYGNSTROM, J. M. GILSDORF, D. M. BAASCH, M. J. CLEMENTS, AND K. C. VERCAUTEREN. 2011. Movements of white-tailed deeer in riparian habitat: implications for infectious diseases. Journal of Wildlife Management 75:1436-1442.
11-28 CUMMINGS, J. L., R. W. BYRD, W. R. EDDLEMAN, R. M. ENGEMAN, AND S. K. TUPPER. 2011. Effectiveness of AV-1011® to reduce damage to drill-planted rice from blackbirds. Journal of Wildlife Management 5:353-356.
11-29 DELIBERTO, T. J., S. SWAFFORD, AND K. R. VAN WHY. 2011. Development of a national early detection system for highly pathogenic avian influenza in wild birds in the United States of America. Pages 156-175 in S. K. Majumdar, F. J. Brenner, J. E. Huffman, R. G. McLean, A. I. Panah, P. J. Pietrobon, S. P. Keeler,and S. Shive, editors. Pandemic influenza viruses: science, surveillance and public health. The Pennsylvania Academy of Science., Easton, Pennsylvania.
11-30 DEVAULT, T. L., J. L. BELANT, B. F. BLACKWELL, AND T. W. SEAMANS. 2011. Interspecific variation in wildlife hazards to aircraft: implications for airport wildlife management. Wildlife Society Bulletin 35:394-402.
11-31 DEVAULT, T. L., Z. H. OLSON, J. C. BEASLEY, AND O. E. RHODES, JR. 2011. Mesopredators dominate competition for carrion in an agricultural landscape. Basic and Applied Ecology 12:268-274.
11-32 DOHERTY, P., R. G. MCLEAN. 2011. Conceptual and practical issues in monitoring disease in wild animal populations:a review of avian influenza programs. Pages 130-142 in S. K. Majumdar, F. J. Brenner, J. E. Huffman, R. G. McLean, A. I. Panah, P. J. F. Pietrobon, S. P. Keeler,and S. E. Shive, editors. Pandemic influenza viruses: science, surveillance and public health. Pennsylvania Academy of Science, Easton, Pennsylvania.
11-33 DONG, G., J. LUO, H. ZHANG, C. WANG, M. DUAN, T. J. DELIBERTO, D. L. NOLTE, G. JI, AND H. HE. 2011. Phylogenetic Diversity and genotypical complexity of H9N2 Influenza A viruses revealed by genomic sequence analysis. PLoS ONE (Online: www. plosone. org) 6(2): e17212. doi:10. 1371/journal. pone. 0017212.
11-34 DONG, G., C. XU, C. WANG, B. WU, J. LUO, H. ZHANG, D. L. NOLTE, T. J. DELIBERTO, M. DUAN, G. JI, AND H. HE. 2011. Reassortant H9N2 Influenza viruses containing H5N1-like PB1 genes isolated from black-billed magpies in southern China. PLosOne (Online: www. plosone. org) 6:e25808.
11-35 EISEMANN, J. D., S. J. WERNER, AND J. R. O'HARE. 2011. Registration considerations for chemical bird repellents in fruit crops. Outlooks on Pest Management 22:87-91.
11-36 ENGEMAN, R. M., C. BETSILL, AND T. RAY. 2011. Making contact: rooting out the potential for exposure of commercial production swine facilities to feral swine in North Carolina. EcoHealth 8:76-81.
11-37 ENGEMAN, R. M., E. JACOBSON, M. L. AVERY, AND W. E. MESHAKA JR. 2011. The aggressive invasion of exotic reptiles in Florida with a focus on prominent species: a review. Current Zoology 57:599-612.
11-38 FAGERSTONE, K. A., AND D. E. BIGGINS. 2011. Black-footed ferret areas of activity during late summer and fall at Meeteetse, Wyoming. Journal of Mammalogy 92:705-709.
11-39 FALL, M. W. 2011. Commensal rodent pests. David Pimentel, editor. Encyclopedia of pest management (Online: http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/book/10.1081/E-EPM).
11-40 FALL, M. W., M. L. AVERY, T. A. CAMPBELL, P. J. EGAN, R. M. ENGEMAN, D. PIMENTEL, W. C. PITT, S. A. SHWIFF, AND G. W. WITMER. 2011. Rodents and other vertebrate invaders in the United States. Pages 381-410 in D. Pimentel, editor. Biological invasions, 2nd edition. CRC Press, Boca Raton, Florida.
11-41 FARNSWORTH, M. L., W. L. KENDALL, P. F. DOHERTY JR , R. S. MILLER, G. C. WHITE, J. D. NICHOLS, K. P. BURNHAM, AND A. B. FRANKLIN. 2011. Targeted surveillance for highly pathogenic avian influenza in migratory waterfowl across the coterminous United States. Pages 143-155 in S. K. Majumdar, F. J. Brenner, J. E. Huffman, R. G. McLean, A. I. Panah, P. J. F. Pietrobon, S. P. Keeler,and S. E. Shive, editors. Pandemic influenza viruses: science, surveillance and public health. Pennsylvania Academy of Science, Easton, Pennsylvania.
11-119 Ferguson, T.L., B.J. Rude, and D.T. King. 2011. Nutrient utilization and diet preference of American White Pelicans consuming either a mono- or multi-species diet. Waterbirds. 34:218-224
11-42 FERNANDEZ-JURICIC, E., J. GAFFNEY, B. F. BLACKWELL, AND P. BAUMHARDT. 2011. Bird strikes and aircraft fuselage color: a correlational study. Human-Wildlife Interactions 5:224-234.
11-43 FERNANDEZ-JURICIC, E., B. A. MOORE, M. DOPPLER, J. FREEMAN, B. F. BLACKWELL, S. L. LIMA, AND T. L. DEVAULT. 2011. Testing the terrain hypothesis: Canada geese see their world laterally and obliquely. Brain, Behavior and Evolution 77:147-158.
11-44 FISCHER, J. W., G. E. PHILLIPS, D. M. BAASCH, M. J. LAVELLE, AND K. C. VERCAUTEREN. 2011. Modifying elk (Cervus elaphus) behavior with electric fencing at established fence-lines to reduce disease transmission potential. Wildlife Society Bulletin 35:9-14.
11-45 FORCEY, G. M., W. E. THOGMARTIN, G. M. LINZ, W. J. BLEIER, AND P. C. MCKANN. 2011. Land use and climate influences on waterbirds in the prairie potholes. Journal of Biogeography 38:1694-1707.
11-46 FORSMAN, E. D., R. G. ANTHONY, K. M. DUGGER, E. M. GLENN, A. B. FRANKLIN, G. C. WHITE, C. J. SCHWARZ, K. P. BURNHAM, D. R. ANDERSON, J. D. NICHOLS, J. E. HINES, J. B. LINT, J. D. DAVIS, S. H. ACKERS, L. S. ANDREWS, B. L. BISWELL, P. C. CARLSON, L. V. DILLER, S. A. GREMEL, D. R. HERTER, J. M. HIGLEY, R. B. HORN, J. A. REID, J. ROCKWEIT, J. P. SCHABERL, T. J. SNETSINGER, AND S. G. SOVERN. 2011. Population demography of northern spotted owls. University of California Press, Berkeley, CA. (Publication not available through NWRC)
11- 47 FRANKLIN, A. B., K. K. VANDALEN, AND K. HUYVAERT. 2011. Avian influenza virus in aquatic environments--an ecological perspective. Pages 59-72 in S. K. Majumdar, F. J. Brenner, J. E. Huffman, R. G. McLean, A. I. Panah, P. J. F. Pietrobon, S. P. Keeler,and S. E. Shive, editors. Pandemic influenza viruses: science, surveillance and public health. Pennsylvania Academy of Science, Easton, Pennsylvania.
11-48 GEBHARDT, K., A. M. ANDERSON, K. N. KIRKPATRICK, AND S. A. SHWIFF. 2011. A review and synthesis of bird and rodent damage estimates to select California crops. Crop Protection 30:1109-1116.
11-49 GEHRING, T. M., K. C. VERCAUTEREN, AND A. C. CELLAR. 2011. Good fences make good neighbors: implementation of electric fencing for establishing effective livestock-protection dogs. Human-Wildlife Interactions 5:106-111.
11-50 GIONFRIDDO, J. P., A. J. DENICOLA, L. A. MILLER, AND K. A. FAGERSTONE. 2011. Efficacy of GnRH immunocontraception of wild white-tailed deer in New Jersey. Wildlife Society Bulletin 35:142-148.
11-51 GIONFRIDDO, J. P., A. J. DENICOLA, L. A. MILLER, AND K. A. FAGERSTONE. 2011. Health effects of GnRH immunocontraception of wild white-tailed deer in New Jersey. Wildlife Society Bulletin 35:149-160.
11-52 GREENBURG, R., D. W. DEMAREST, S. M. MATSUOKA, C. METTKE-HOFMANN, D. EVERS, P. B. HAMEL, J. LUCIER, L. L. POWELL, M. L. AVERY, K. A. HOBSON, P. J. BLANCHER, AND D. K. NIVEN. 2011. Understanding declines in rusty blackbirds. Pages 107-125 in J. V. Wells ,editor. Boreal birds of North America: a hemispheric view of their conservation links and significance. University of California Press, Berkeley, California.
11-53 GREINER, E. C., A. M. FEDYNICH, S. L. WEBB, T. L. DEVAULT, AND O. E. RHODES JR. 2011. Hematozoa and a new haemoproteid species from Cathartidae (New World vulture) in South Carolina. Journal of Parasitology 97:1137-1139.
11-54 GUILLAUMET, A., B. S. DORR, G. WANG, J. D. TAYLOR, R. B. CHIPMAN, H. SCHERR, J. BOWMAN, K. F. ABRAHAM, T. J. DOYLE, AND E. CRANKER. 2011. Determinants of local and migratory movements of Great Lakes double-crested cormorants. Behavioral Ecology 22:1096-1103.
11-55 HAMRICK, B., T. A. CAMPBELL, B. HIGGINBOTHAM, AND S. LAPIDGE. 2011. Managing an invasion: effective measures to control wild pigs. The Wildlife Professional Summer:41-42.
11-56 HILDRETH, A. M., S. E. HYGNSTROM, K. M. HAMS, AND K. C. VERCAUTEREN. 2011. The Nebraska deer exchange: a novel program for donating harvested deer. Wildlife Society Bulletin 35:195-200.
11-57 HOMAN, H. J., R. S. STAHL, AND G. M. LINZ. 2011. Comparing a bioenergetics model with feeding rates of caged European starlings. Journal of Wildlife Management 75:126-131.
11-58 HUSSEY, A. M., B. A. KIMBALL, AND J. M. FRIEDMAN. 2011. Assessment of tannin variation in tamarisk folliage across a latitudinal gradient. Open Environmental & Biological Monitoring Journal 4:32-35. (Online: http://www.benthamscience.com/ open/toebmj/articles/V004/32TOEMBJ.pdf)
11-59 HYGNSTROM, S. E., G. W. GARABRANDT, AND K. C. VERCAUTEREN. 2011. Fifteen years of urban deer management: the Fontenelle Forest experiment. Wildlife Society Bulletin 35:126-136.
11-60 HYGNSTROM, S. E., K. C. VERCAUTEREN, S. R. GROEPPER, G. W. GARABRANDT, AND J. A. GUBANYI. 2011. Effects of seasons and hunting on space use by female white-tailed deer in a developed landscape in southeastern Nebraska. Wildlife Society Bulletin 35:220-226.
11-61 KHOO, L., D. J. WISE, L. M. POTE, A. J. MITCHELL, T. S. BYARS, M. C. YOST, C. M. DOFFITT, B. S. DORR, B. A. GEORGE, D. T. KING, T. R. HANSON, C. S. TUCKEER, T. E. GREENWAY, M. J. GRIFFIN, A. C. CAMUS, AND C. C. PANUSKA. 2011. Ameliorating the effects of the digenetic trematode, Bolbophorus damnificus, on the channel catfish industry. Pages 237-243 in R. C. Cipriano, A. W. Bruckner,and I. S. Shchelkunovv, editors. Bridging America and Russia with shared perspectives on aquatic animal health: Proceedings of the Third Bilateral Conference between Russia and the United States. Khaled bin Sultan Living Ocean Foundation, Landover, Maryland.
11-62 KIMBALL, B. A., F. PFUND, M. GOURLEY, D. L. GRIFFIN, AND J. H. RUSSELL. 2011. Silvicultural attempts to induce browse resistance in conifer seedlings. International Journal of Forestry Research. (Online: http://www.hindawi.com/journals/ijfr/2011/108529/)
11-63 KLOSTERMAN, M., G. M. LINZ, T. SLOWIK, AND W. BLEIER. 2011. Assessment of bird damage to sunflower and corn in North Dakota. National Sunflower Association Sunflower Research Forum. (Online: http://www.sunflowernsa.com/ uploads/research/575/klosterman_11.pdf).
11-64 LAVELLE, M. J., K. C. VERCAUTEREN, T. J. HEFLEY, G. E. PHILLIPS, S. E. HYGNSTROM, D. B. LONG, J. W. FISCHER, S. R. SWAFFORD, AND T. A. CAMPBELL. 2011. Evaluation of fences for containing feral swine under simulated depopulation conditions. Journal of Wildlife Management 75:1200-1208.
11-65 LEVY, J. K., J. A. FRIARY, L. A. MILLER, S. J. TUCKER, AND K. A. FAGERSTONE. 2011. Long-term fertility control in female cats with GonaContm, a GnRH immunocontraceptive. Theriogenology 76:1517-1525.
11-66 LINZ, G. M., AND H. J. HOMAN. 2011. Use of glyphosate for managing invasive cattail (Typha spp.) to disperse blackbird (Icteridae) roosts. Crop Protection 30:98-104.
11-67 LINZ, G. M., H. J. HOMAN, S. J. WERNER, H. M. HAGY, AND W. J. BLEIER. 2011. Assessment of bird-management strategies to protect sunflowers. BioScience 61:960-970.
11-68 LINZ, G. M., T. L. PUGH, AND H. J. HOMAN. 2011. Overview of glyphosate research for managing invasive cattail to disperse blackbird roosts. National Sunflower Association Sunflower Research Forum http://www.sunflowernsa.com/uploads/research/570/linz_glysophate_11.pdf.
11-69 LINZ, G. M., R. S. SAWIN, M. W. LUTMAN, AND W. J. BLEIER. 2011. Modeling parental provisioning by red-winged blackbirds in North Dakota. Prairie Naturalist 43:92-99.
11-70 MARTIN, J. A., J. L. BELANT, T. L. DEVAULT, B. F. BLACKWELL, L. W. BURGER JR., S. K. RIFFELL, AND G. WANG. 2011. Wildlife risk to aviation: a multi-scale issue requires a multi-scale solution. Human-Wildlife Interactions 5:198-203.
11-71 MASTRO, L. L. 2011. Life history and ecology of coyotes in the mid-Atlantic states: a summary of the scientific literature. Southeastern Naturalist 10:721-730.
11-72 MATHIES, T., R. SCARPINO, B. A. LEVINE, C. CLARK, AND J. A. SAVIDGE. 2011. Excluding nontarget species from brown tree snake, Boiga irregularis (Reptilia: Colubridae), bait stations: experimental tests of station design and placement. Pacific Science 65:41-57.
11-73 MOHAMED, F., S. SWAFFORD, H. PETROWSKI, A. BRACHT, B. SCHMIT, A. FABIAN, J. M. PACHECO, E. HARTWIG, M. BERNINGER, C. CARRILLO, G. MAYR, K. MORAN, D. KAVANAUGH, H. LEIBRECHT, W. WHITE, AND S. METWALLY. 2011. Foot-and-mouth disease in feral swine: susceptibility and transmission. Transboundary and Emerging Diseases (Online: http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/journal/10.1111/(ISSN)1865-1682/issues), doi:10.1111/j.1865-1682.2011.01213.x.
11-74 MOULTON, M. P., JR. W. P. CROPPER, AND M. L. AVERY. 2011. A reassessment of the role of propagule pressure in influencing fates of passerine introductions to New Zealand. Biodiversity and Conservation 20:607-623.
11-75 NEMETH, N. M., B. V. THOMSEN, T. R. SPRAKER, J. M. BENSON, A. M. BOSCO-LAUTH, P. T. OESTERLE, J. M. BRIGHT, J. P. MUTH, T. W. CAMPBELL, T. L. GIDLEWSKI, AND R. A. BOWEN. 2011. Clinical and pathologic responses of American crows (Corvus brachyrhnchos) and fish crows (C. ossifragus) to experimental West Nile virus infection. Veterinary pathology 48:1061-1074.
11-76 PAI, M., R. BRUNER, D. H. SCHLAFER, G. K. YARROW, C. A. YODER, AND L. A. MILLER. 2011. Immunocontraception in eastern gray squirrels (Sciurus carolinensis): morphologic changes in reproductive organs. Journal of Zoo and Wildlife Medicine 42:718-722
11-77 PANASCI, M., W. B. BALLARD, S. BRECK, D. RODRIGUEZ, L. D. DENSMORE III, D. B. WEBSTER, AND R. J. BAKER. 2011. Evaluation of fecal DNA preservation techniques and effects of sample age and diet on genotyping success. Journal of Wildlife Management 75:1616-1624.
11-78 PAYNE, S., L. COVALEDA, G. JIANHUA, S. SWAFFORD, J. BAROCH, P. J. FERRO, B. LUPIANI, J. HEATLEY, AND I. TIZARD. 2011. Detection and characterization of a distinct bornavirus lineage from healthy Canada geese (Branta Canadensis). Journal of Virology 85:12053-12056.
11-79 PIAGGIO, A. J., D. A. SAUGEY, AND D. B. SASSE. 2011. Phylogenetic and population genetic assessment of Rafinesque's big-eared bat (Corynorhinus rafinesquii). Pages 85-99 in S. C. Loeb, M. J. Lacki,and D. A. Miller, editors. Conservation and management of eastern big-eared bats: a symposium. USDA Forest Service, Southern Research Station, General Technical Report SRS-145, Asheville, North Carolina.
11-80 PITT, W. C., L. C. DRISCOLL, AND R. T. SUGIHARA. 2011. Efficacy of rodenticide baits for the control of three invasive rodent species in Hawaii. Archives of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology 60:533-542.
11-81 PITT, W. C., L. C. DRISCOLL, AND E. A. VANDERWERF. 2011. A rat-resistant artificial nest box for cavity-nesting birds. Human-Wildlife Interactions 5:100-105.
11-82 PITT, W. C., M.. HIGASHI, AND T. M. PRIMUS. 2011. The effect of cooking on diphacione residues related to human consumption of feral pig tissues. Food and Chemical Toxicology 49:2030-2034.
11-83 PITT, W. C., R. T. SUGIHARA, L. C. DRISCOLL, AND D. S. VICE. 2011. Physical and behavioural abilities of commensal rodents related to the design of selective rodenticide bait stations. International Journal of Pest Management 57:189-193.11-84 POESSEL, S. A., S. W. BRECK, D. E. BIGGINS, T. M. LIVIERI, K. R. CROOKS, AND L. ANGELONI. 2011. Landscape features influence postrelease predation on endangered black-footed ferrets. Journal of Mammalogy 92:732-741
11-85 RATTNER, B. A., K. E. HORAK, S. E. WARNER, D. D. DAY, C. U. METEYER, S. F. VOLKER, J. D. EISEMANN, AND J. J. JOHNSTON. 2011. Acute toxicity, histopathology, and coagulopathy in American kestrels (Falco sparverius) following administration of the rodenticide diphacinone. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry 30:1213-1222.
11-86 REIDY, M. M., T. A. CAMPBELL, AND D. G. HEWITT. 2011. A mark-recapture technique for monitoring feral swine populations. Rangeland Ecology & Management 64:316-318.
11-87 SANDERS, D. L., F. XIE, R. E. MAULDIN, J. C. HURLEY, L. A. MILLER, M. R. GARCIA, R. W. DEYOUNG, D. B. LONG, AND T. A. CAMPBELL. 2011. Efficacy of ERL-4221 as an ovotoxin for feral pigs (Sus scrofa). Wildlife Research 38:168-172.
11-88 SAVARIE, P. J., R. M. ENGEMAN, R. E. MAULDIN, T. MATHIES, AND K. L. TOPE. 2011. Tools for managing invasions: acceptance of non-toxic baits by juvenile Nile monitor lizards and Burmese pythons under laboratory conditions. International Journal of Pest Management 57:309-314.
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