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Selected Reviews and Summaries, 2001-

Biomarkers

07-37 FRY, T. L., AND M. R. DUNBAR. 2007. A review of biomarkers used for wildlife damage and disease management. Proceedings of the Wildlife Damage Management Conference 12:217-22.

Birds

11-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

07-62 LINZ, G. M., H. J. HOMAN, S. M. GAUKLER, L. B. PENRY, AND W. J. BLEIER. 2007. European starlings: a review of an invasive specdies with far-reaching impactsd. Pages 378-386 in G. W. Witmer, W. C. Pitt, and K. A. Fagerstone, editors. Managing invasive vertebrate species: proceedings of an international symposium. USDA/APHIS/National Wildlife Research Center, Fort Collins, Colorado, USA.

05-17 CUMMINGS, J. L. , S. A. SHWIFF, AND S. K. TUPPER. 2005. Economic impacts of blackbird damage to the rice industry. Proceedings of the Wildlife Damage Management Conference 11:317-322.

04-38 GLAHN, J. F., AND D. T. KING. 2004. Bird depredation. Pages 503-529 in C. S. Tucker and J.A. Hargreaves, editors. Developments in Aquaculture and Fisheries Science--34. Elsevier. Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

03-21 CUMMINGS, J. L., AND M. L. AVERY. 2003. An overview of blackbird research in the southern rice growing region of the United States. Pages 237-243 in K. A. Fagerstone, and G. W. Witmer editors. Proceedings of the 10th Wildlife Damage Management Conference. (April 6-9, 2003, Hot Springs, Arkansas). The Wildlife Damage Management Working Group of The Wildlife Society, Fort Collins, Colorado, USA.

3-27 DORR, B., AND J. D. TAYLOR II. 2003. Wading bird management and research on North American Aquaculture facilities. Pages 52-61 in K. A. Fagerstone, and G. W. Witmer editors. Proceedings of the 10th Wildlife Damage Management Conference. (April 6-9, 2003, Hot Springs, Arkansas). The Wildlife Damage Management Working Group of The Wildlife Society, Fort Collins, Colorado, USA.

02-5 AVERY, M. L. 2002. Birds in pest management. Pages 104-106 in D. Pimental, editor. Encyclopedia of pest management. Marcel Dekker, New York, USA.

Deer, Elk and Other Ungulates

10-108 WALTER, W. D., M. J. LAVELLE, J. W. FISCHER, T. L. JOHNSON, S. E. HYGNSTROM, AND K. C. VERCAUTEREN. 2010. Management of damage by elk ( Cervus elaphus) in North America: a review. Wildlife Research 37:630-646

08-35 FRICKE, K. A., M. A. COVER, S. E. HYGNSTROM, H. H. GENOWAYS, S. R. GROEPPER, K. M. HAMS, AND K. C. VERCAUTEREN. 2008. Historic and recent distributions of elk in Nebraska. Great Plains Research 18:189-204.

05-58 LOWNEY, M. S., P. SCHOENFELD, W. HAGLAN, AND G. W. WITMER. 2005. Overview of impacts of feral and introduced ungulates on the environment in the eastern United States and Caribbean. Proceedings of the Wildlife -81.

Endangered Species

09-34 ENGEMAN, R. M., B. U. CONSTANTIN, K. S. GRUVER, AND C. ROSSI. 2009. Managing predators to protect endangered species and promote their successful reproduction. Pages 171-187 in A. Columbus and L. Kuznetsov, editors. Endangered Species: New Research. Nova Science Publishers, Hauppauge, New York.

09-84 STERNER, R. T. 2009. The economics of threatened species conservation: a review and analysis. Pages 213-235 in J. B. Aronoff ,editor. Handbook of Nature Conservation. Nova Science Publishers, Hauppauge, New York.

 Feral Dogs

09-9 BERGMAN, D. L., S. W. BRECK, AND S. C. BENDER. 2009. Dogs gone wild: feral dog damage in the United States. Proceedings of the Wildlife Damage Management Conference 13:177-183.

Feral Swine

09-18 CAMPBELL, T. A., AND D. B. LONG. 2009. Feral swine damage and damage management in forested ecosystems. Forest Ecology and Management 257:2319-2326.

Human Dimensions

09-102 WITMER, G. W., G. M. KEIRN, N. HAWLEY, C. MARTIN, AND J. K. REASER. 2009. Human dimensions of invasive vertebrate species management. Proceedings of the Wildlife Damage Management Conference 13:100-105.

 Invasive Species

11-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.

10-78 MOULTON, M. P., W. P. CROPPER JR., M. L. AVERY, AND L. E. MOULTON. 2010. The earliest house sparrow introductions to North America. Biological Invasions 12:2955-2958.

10-102 SNOW, N. P., AND G. WITMER. 2010. American bullfrogs as invasive species: a review of the introduction, subsequent problems, management options, and future directions. Proceedings of the Vertebrate Pest Conference 24:86-89.

07-79 PITT, W. C., AND G. W. WITMER. 2007. Invasive predators: a synthesis of the past, present, and future. Pages 265-293 in A.M.T. Elewa, editor. Predation in organisms--a distinct phenomenon. Springer Verlag, Heidelberg.

07-107 WITMER, G. W., P. W. BURKE, W. C. PITT, AND M. L. AVERY. 2007. Management of invasive vertebrates in the United States: an overview. Pages 127-137 in G. W. Witmer, W. C. Pitt, and K. A. Fagerstone, editors. Managing invasive vertebrate species: proceedings of an international symposium. USDA/APHIS/National Wildlife Research Center, Fort Collins, Colorado, USA.

05-5 AVERY, M. L., AND E. A.TILLMAN. 2005. Alien birds in North America--challenges for wildlife managers. Proceedings of the Wildlife Damage Management Conference 11:82-89.

05-98 WITMER, G., B. CONSTANTIN, AND F. BOYD. 2005. Feral and introduced carnivores: issues and challenges. Proceedings of the Wildlife Damage Management Conference 11:90-101.

01-86 WITMER, G. W. and J. C. LEWIS. 2001. Introduced wildlife of Oregon and Washington. Pages 423-443 in D. Johnson and T. O'Neil (managing directors). Wildlife habitat relationships in Oregon and Washington. Oregon State University Press, Corvallis, Oregon, USA.

Predators

07-92 SHIVIK, J. A., AND K. A. FAGERSTONE. 2007. A broad perspective on current and future research on urban coyotes. Proceedings of the Wildlife Damage Management Conference 12:418-420.

04-32 GESE, E. M., AND M. BEKOFF. 2004. Coyote ( Canis latrans). Pages 81-87 in C. Sillero-Zubiri, M. Hoffman, and D.W. Macdonald, editors. Canids: foxes, wolves, jackals, and dogs. IUCN/SSC Canid Specialist Group, Gland, Switzerland and Cambridge, United Kingdom.

04-34 GESE, E. M. 2004. Survey and census techniques for canids. Pages 273-279 in C. Sillero-Zubiri, M. Hoffman, and D.W. Macdonald, editors. Canids: foxes, wolves, jackals, and dogs. IUCN/SSC Canid Specialist Group, Gland, Switzerland and Cambridge, United Kingdom.

04-87 SHIVIK, J. A. 2004. Non-lethal alternatives for predation management. Sheep & Goat Research Journal 19:64-71.

02-86 SAVARIE, P. J. 2002. Predacides. Pages 661-663 in Encyclopedia of pest management. Marcel Dekker , New York, USA.

Repellents and Frightening Devices

10-57 KIMBALL, B. A., AND J. D. TAYLOR II. 2010. Mammalian herbivore repellents: tools for altering plant palatability. Outlooks on Pest Management 21:181-187.

02-3 AVERY, M. L. 2002. Avian repellents. Pages 122-128 in J. R. Plimmer, editor. Encyclopedia of agrochemicals. Volume 1. John Wiley & Sons,Hoboken, New Jersey, USA.

01-49 MASON, J. R., J. A. SHIVIK, and M. W. FALL. 2001. Chemical repellents and other aversive strategies in predation management. Endangered Species UPDATE 18(4):175-181.

02-125 GILSDORF, J. M., S. E. HYGNSTROM, AND K. C. VERCAUTEREN. 2002. Use of frightening devices in wildlife damage management. Integrated Pest Management Reviews 7:29-45

Reproductive Control

10-39 FAGERSTONE, K. A., L. A. MILLER, G. KILLIAN, AND C. A. YODER. 2010. Review of issues concerning the use of reproductive inhibitors, with particular emphasis on resolving human-wildlife conflicts in North America. Integrative Zoology 1:15-30.

02-40 FAGERSTONE, K. A., M. A. COFFEY, P. D. CURTIS, R. A. DOLBEER, G. J. KILLIAN, L. A. MILLER, AND L. M. WILMOT. 2002. Wildlife fertility control: technical review. The Wildlife Society, Bethesda, Maryland, USA.

Rodents

11-FALL, M. W. 2011. Commensal rodent pests. David Pimentel ,editor. Encyclopedia of Pest Management http://www.informaworld.com. Taylor & Francis.

10-116 WITMER, G. W., AND G. PROULX. 2010. Rodent outbreaks in North America. Pages 253-267 in G. R. Singleton, S. R. Belmain, P. R. Brown,and B. Hardy, editors. Rodent outbreaks: ecology and impacts. International Rice Research Institute, Los Banos, Philippines.

10-117 WITMER, G., AND G. R. SINGLETON. 2010. Sustained agriculture: the need to manage rodent damage. Pages 1-38 in F. C. Wager, editor. Agricultural production. Nova Science Publishers, Hauppauge, New York.

07-108 WITMER, G., AND J. D. EISEMAN. 2007. Rodenticide use in rodent management in the United States. Proceedings of the Wildlife Damage Management Conference 12:114-118.

06-105 WITMER, G., AND S. JOJOLA. 2006. What's up with house mice?--a review. Proceedings of the Vertebrate Pest Conference 22:124-130.

05-85 TOBIN, M. E., AND M. W. FALL. 2005. Pest control: rodents. in Encyclopedia of life support systems (EOLSS): Agricultural sciences. UNESCO, Eolss Publishers, Oxford, UK. Accessed 11-21-2005. http://www.eolss.net.

05-99 WITMER, G., AND J. EISEMANN. 2005. An overview of the 2nd National Invasive Rodent Summit. Proceedings of the Wildlife Damage Management Conference 11:102-111.

03-112 WITMER, G. W., AND K. A. FAGERSTONE. 2003. The use of toxicants in black-tailed prairie dog management: an overview. Pages 359-369 in K. A. Fagerstone, and G. W. Witmer editors. Proceedings of the 10th Wildlife Damage Management Conference. (April 6-9, 2003, Hot Springs, Arkansas ). The Wildlife Damage Management Working Group of The Wildlife Society, Fort Collins, Colorado, USA.

03-113 WITMER, G. W., AND J. W. FANTINATO. 2003. Management of rodent populations at airports. Pages 350-358 in K. A. Fagerstone, and G. W. Witmer editors. Proceedings of the 10th Wildlife Damage Management Conference. (April 6-9, 2003, Hot Springs, Arkansas). The Wildlife Damage Management Working Group of The Wildlife Society, Fort Collins, Colorado, USA.

Voles

09-103 WITMER, G. W., N. P. SNOW, L. HUMBERG, AND T. SALMON. 2009. Vole problems, management options, and research needs in the United States. Proceedings of the Wildlife Damage Management Conference 13:235-249.

Wildlife Disease

07-12 BERENTSEN, A. R., M. R. DUNBAR, AND R. G. MCLEAN. 2007. Research strategies to reduce bovine tuberculosis transmission from wildlife to cattle. Proceedings of the Wildlife Damage Management Conference 12:232-239.

07-44 HENKE, S. E., A. M. FEDYNICH, AND T. A. CAMPBELL. 2007. Wildlife disease management: an insurmountable challenge? Pages 279-294 in T. E. Fulbright, and D. G. Hewitt, editors. Wildlife science: linking ecological theory and managment applications. CRC Press, Boca Raton, Florida.

07-68 MCLEAN, R. G. 2007. Introduction and emergence of wildlife diseases in North America. Pages 261-278 in T. E. Fulbright, and D.G. Hewitt, editors. Wildlife science: linking ecological theory and management applications. CRC Press, Boca Raton, Florida.

06-59 MCLEAN, R. G. 2006. West Nile virus in North American birds. Ornithological Monographs 60: 44-64.

05-60 MCLEAN, R. G., L. CLARK, M. R. DUNBAR, K. C. VERCAUTEREN, AND T. A. CAMPBELL. 2005. Wildlife disease research at the APHIS National Wildlife Research Center. Pages 123-135 in Proceedings of the One Hundred and Eighth Annual Meeting of the United States Animal Health Association .

04-98 VERCAUTEREN, K. C., M. LAVELLE, D. L. NOLTE, S. HYGNSTROM, AND J. GILSDORF. 2004. Cervid disease research at the National Wildlife Research Center. Proceedings of the Vertebrate Pest Conference 21:206-208.

04-107 WITMER, G. W. 2004. Rodent ecology and plague in North America. Pages 154-156 in Proceedings of the 19th International Congress of Zoology. China Zoological Society, Beijing, China.

03-18 CLARK, L. 2003. A review of pathogens of agricultural and human health interest found in Canada Geese. Pages 326-334 in K. A. Fagerstone, and G. W. Witmer editors. Proceedings of the 10th Wildlife Damage Management Conference. (April 6-9, 2003, Hot Springs, Arkansas). The Wildlife Damage Management Working Group of The Wildlife Society, Fort Collins, Colorado, USA. 1 

Wildlife Damage Management (General)

09-88 TOBIN, M. E. 2009. Evolving bird management research at the USDA Wildlife Service's National Wildlife Research Center. Proceedings of the Wildlife Damage Management Conference 13:146-154.

07-105 WITMER, G. W. 2007. The ecology of vertebrate pests and integrated pest management (IPM). Pages 393-410 in M. Kogan, and P. Jepson, editors. Perspectives in ecological theory and integrated pest management. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, United Kingdom.

05-86 VERCAUTEREN, K. C., R. A. DOLBEER, AND E. M. GESE. 2005. Identification and management of wildlife damage. Pages 740-778 in C. E. Braun, editor. Techniques for wildlife investigations and management. Sixth edition. The Wildlife Society, Bethesda, Maryland.
Part I (Intro, birds, ungulates)
Part II (Rodents and other small mammals) 
Part III (Carnivores and other predators, literature cited)

04-82 SCHAFER, E. W., JR., AND W. A. BOWLES, JR. 2004. Toxicity, repellency or phytotoxicity of 979 chemicals to birds, mammals and plants. Research Report No. 04-01. National Wildlife Research Center, Fort Collins, Colorado.

02-17 BRUGGERS, R. L., R. OWENS, AND T. HOFFMAN. 2002. Wildlife damage management research needs: perceptions of scientists, wildlife managers, and stakeholders of the USDA/Wildlife Services program. International Biodeterioration & Biodegradation 49:213-223.

02-39 FAGERSTONE, K. A. 2002. Professional use of pesticides in wildlife management - an overview of professional wildlife damage management. Proceedings: Vertebrate Pest Conference 20:253-260.

02-42 FALL, M. W., AND W. B. JACKSON. 2002. The tools and techniques of wildlife damage management -- changing needs: an introduction. International Biodeterioration & Biodegradation 49:87-91.

02-77 NOLTE, D. L., AND M. DYKZEUL. 2002. Wildlife impacts on forest resources. Pages 163-268 in Larry Clark, Jim Hone, John A Shivik, Richard A. Watkins, Kurt C. VerCauteren, and Jonathan K. Yoder, editors. Human conflicts with wildlife: economic considerations. Proceedings of the Third NWRC Special Symposium. National Wildlife Research Center, Fort Collins, CO.

01-8 CURNOW, R. D. 2001.What are the research needs and skills of the future? Pages 18-22 in M C. Brittingham, J. Kays, and R. McPeake editors, Proceedings of the Ninth Wildlife Damage Management Conference. Pennsylvania State University, University Park, USA.

Wildlife Mortality on Roadways

09-47 GLISTA, D. J., T. L. DEVAULT, AND J. A. DEWOODY. 2009. A review of mitigation measures for reducing wildlife mortality on roadways. Landscape and Urban Planning 91:1-7.

 

 

 


 

 

 

 

 



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