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Improving Management Strategies to Reduce Damage by Forest and Aquatic Mammals


2013

Taylor, J. 2013. Effects of Black-tailed deer and Roosevelt elk herbivory in intensively managed Douglas-fir plantations. Western Forester 58(2): 4-5.

Taylor, J.D. and R.D. Singleton. 2013. The evolution of flow devices used to reduce flooding by beavers: a review. Wildlife Society Bulletin. doi: 10.1002/wsb.363.

Taylor, J., D. Sphar, and G. Ahrens. 2013. Identifying and managing mountain beaver damage to forest resources. Oregon State University Extension Service EM 9063.

Taylor, J.D. 2013. Wildlife in managed forests: An overview of perspectives from the Pacific Northwest. Forest Ecology and Management 310: 1027-1028. doi: 10.1016/j.foreco.2013.10.024.

2012

DeVault, T.L., R.B. Chipman, S.C. Barras, J.D. Taylor, C.P. Cranker III, E.M. Cranker, and J.F. Farquhar. 2012. Reducing impacts of double-crested cormorants to natural resources in central New York: a review of a collaborative research, management, and monitoring program. Waterbirds 35 (Special Publication 1): 50-55.

Dorr, B.S., J.D. Taylor II, S.J. Werner, D.T. King, J.F. Farquhar, I.M. Mazzocchi, and R.D. McCullough. 2012. Summer and migrational movements of satellite-marked double-crested cormorants from a breeding colony managed by egg-oiling in Lake Ontario, USA. Waterbirds 35: 114-123.

2011

11-TAYLOR, J. 2011. Identifying and managing for wildlife damage during stand initiation. Northwest Woodlands Winter 2011:16-17, 29. 7,426K

2009

09-CARRILLO, C. D., D. L. BERGMAN, J. TAYLOR, D. NOLTE, P. VIEHOEVER, AND M. DISNEY. 2009. An overview of historical beaver management in Arizona. Proceedings of the Wildlife Damage Management Conference 13:216-224. 116K

09-TAYLOR II, J. D., D. L. BERGMAN, AND D. L. NOLTE. 2009. An overview of the International Beaver Ecology and Management Workshop. Proceedings of the Wildlife Damage Management Conference 13:225-234. 66K

2008

08-ARJO, W. M., C. E. FISHER, J. ARMSTRONG, S. BRECK, AND D. SLATE. 2008. Effects of natural barriers and habitat on the western spread of raccoon rabies in Alabama. Journal of Wildlife Management 72:1725-1735. 749K

08-RUNDE, D. E., D. L. NOLTE, W. M. ARJO, AND W. C. PITT. 2008. Efficacy of individual barriers to prevent damage to Douglas-fir seedlings by captive mountain beavers. Western Journal of Applied Forestry 23:99-105. 1,000K

08-TAYLOR, J., D. L. BERGMAN, AND D. L. NOLTE. 2008. If you build it, they will come--management planning for a suburban beaver population in Arizona. Proceedings of the Vertebrate Pest Conference 23:43-46. 183K

2007

07-ARJO, W. M. 2007. Mountain beaver: a primitive fossorial rodent. Pages 309-321 in S. Begall, H. Burda, and C. E. Schleich, editors. Subterranean rodents: news from underground. Springer-Verlag, Berlin. 130K

07-ARJO, W. M., AND D. T. BRYSON. 2007. Reducing non-target hazards of rodenticides in forest settings. Proceedings of the Wildlife Damage Management Conference 12:144-159. 417K

07-ARJO, W. M., E. M. GESE, T. J. BENNETT, AND A. J. KOZLOWSKI. 2007. Changes in kit fox-coyote-prey relationships in the Great Basin Desert, Utah. Western North American Naturalist 67:389-401. 1,028K

07-ARJO, W. M., AND D. L. NOLTE. 2007. Mountain beaver home ranges, habitat use, and population dynamics in Washington. Canadian Journal of Zoology 85:328-337. 320K

2006

06-KIMBALL, B. A., AND D. L. NOLTE. 2006. Animal tissue-based herbivore repellents: scary odours or altered palatability? Pages 59-72 in C. J. Feare and D. P. Cowan, editors. Advances in vertebrate pest management Vol IV. Filander Verlag, Furth, Federal Republic of Germany. 203K

06-KIMBALL, B. A., AND D. L. NOLTE. 2006. Development of a new deer repellent for the protection of forest resources. Western Journal of Applied Forestry 21:108-111. 209K

2005

05-KIMBALL, B. A., AND D. L. NOLTE. 2005. Herbivore experience with plant defense compounds influences acquisition of new flavor aversions. Applied Animal Behaviour Science 91:17-34. 280K

05-KIMBALL, B. A., D. L. NOLTE, AND K. B. PERRY. 2005. Hydrolyzed casein reduces browsing of trees and shrubs by white-tailed deer. HortScience 40:1810-1814. 244K

2004

04-1 ARJO, W. M., AND D. L. NOLTE. 2004. Assessing the efficacy of registered underground baiting products for mountain beaver ( Aplodontia rufa) control. Crop Protection 23:425-430. 609K

04-2 ARJO, W. M., D. L. NOLTE, J. L. HARPER, AND B. A. KIMBALL. 2004. The effects of lactation on seedling damage by mountain beaver. Proceedings of the Vertebrate Pest Conference 21:163-168. 449K

04-3 ARJO, W. M., D. L. NOLTE, T. M. PRIMUS, AND D. J. KOHLER. 2004. Assessing the efficacy of chlorophacinone for mountain beaver ( Aplodontia rufa) control. Proceedings of the Vertebrate Pest Conference 21:158-162. 399K

04-4 ARJO, W. M., AND D. H. PLETSCHER. 2004. Coyote and wolf habitat use in northwestern Montana. Northwest Science 78(1):24-32. 477K

04-52 KIMBALL, B. A., W. M. ARJO, AND J. J. JOHNSTON. 2004. Single-point calibration with a non-linear detector: carbohydrate analysis of conifer needles by hydrophobic interaction chromatography--evaporative light-scattering detection (HIC-ELSD). Journal of Liquid Chromatography & Related Technologies 27:1835-1848. 560K

04-71 NOLTE, D. L., B. A. KIMBALL, K. R. PERRY, J. J. VILLALBA, AND F. D. PROVENZA. 2004. Effects of forage nutritional quality (energy and protein) on deer acceptance of foods containing secondary metabolites. Proceedings of the Vertebrate Pest Conference 21:338-245. 681K

2003

03-3 ARJO, W. M. 2003. From seedlings to crowns: these species cover it all. Western Forester 48(4):15. 64K

03-4 ARJO, W. M. 2003. Is it a pocket gopher or mole? Western Forester 48(4):12-13. 134K

03-5 ARJO, W. M. 2003. Mountain beaver: the little rodent with a large appetite. Western Forester 48(4):10-11. 156K

03-6 ARJO, W. M. 2003. The role of toxicants in forest management. Western Forester 48(4):18. 63K

03-7 ARJO, W. M., T. J. BENNETT, AND A. J. KOZLOWSKI. 2003. Characteristics of current and historical kit fox ( Vulpes macrotis) dens in the Great Basin Desert. Canadian Journal of Zoology 81:96-102. 503K

03-8 ARJO, W. M., E. M. GESE, C. BROMLEY, A. KOZLOWSKI, AND E. S. WILLIAMS. 2003. Serologic survey for diseases in free-ranging coyotes ( Canis latrans) from two ecologically distinct areas of Utah. Journal of Wildlife Diseases 39:449-455. 344K

03-65 NOLTE, D. L. 2003. Bears prefer trees in the spring. Western Forester 48(4):8-9. 89K

03-66 NOLTE, D. L. 2003. Developing approaches to reduce wildlife damage to forest resources. Western Forester 48(4):1-3. 127K

03-67 NOLTE, D. L. 2003. Developing strategies to alleviate wildlife damage to forest resources. Western Forester 48(4):16-17. 69K

03-68 NOLTE, D. L. 2003. Fencing out big game species. Western Forester 48(4):19. 62K

03-69 NOLTE, D. L. 2003. Managing ungulates to protect trees. Western Forester 48(4):14. 60K

03-70 NOLTE, D. L. 2003. Repellents are socially acceptable tools. Western Forester 48(4):22-23. 74K

03-71 NOLTE, D. L., D. BERGMAN, AND J. TOWNSEND. 2003. Roof rat invasion of an urban desert island. Pages 481-484 in G. R. Singleton, L. A. Hinds, C. J. Krebs, and D. M. Spratt, editors. Rats, mice and people: rodent biology and management, Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research, Canberra, Australia. 235K

03-72 NOLTE, D. L., M. W. LUTMAN, D. L. BERGMAN, W. M. ARJO, AND K. R. PERRY. 2003. Feasibility of non-lethal approaches to protect riparian plants from foraging beavers in North America. Pages 75-79 in G. R. Singleton, L. A. Hinds, C. J. Krebs, and D. M. Spratt, editors. Rats, mice and people: rodent biology and management, Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research, Canberra, Australia. 301K

03-73 NOLTE, D. L., K. C. VERCAUTEREN, K. R. PERRY, AND S. E. ADAMS. 2003. Training deer to avoid sites through negative reinforcement. Pages 95-104 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. 165K

03-74 NOLTE, D. L., K. K. WAGNER, AND A. TRENT. 2003. Timber damage by black bears: approaches to control the problem. U. S. Forest Service, Technology and Development Program, Missoula, Montana. 537K

2002

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EL HANI, A., D. L. NOLTE, J. R. MASON, AND R. H. SCHMIDT. 2002. Response of nontarget species to underground strychnine baiting for pocket gophers in reforested areas. Western Journal of Applied Forestry 17:9-13.

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. 123K

02-78 NOLTE, D. L., J. JACOB, SUDARMAJI, R. HARTONO, N. A. HERAWATI, AND A. W. ANGGARA. 2002. Demographics and burrow use of rice-field rats in Indonesia. Proceedings: Vertebrate Pest Conference 20:75-85. 434K

02-79 NOLTE, D. L., T. J. VEENENDAAL, S. T. PARTRIDGE, C. T. ROBBINS, G. J. ZIEGLTRUM, AND P. FERSTERER. 2002. Bear response to supplemental feed offered to reduce tree peeling. Proceedings: Vertebrate Pest Conference 20:330-339. 738K

2001

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01-18 FERSTERER, P., D. L. NOLTE, G. J. ZIEGLTRUM, AND H. GOSSOW. 2001. Impact of feeding stations on the home ranges of black bears in western Washington. Ursus. 12:51-53.

01-53 NOLTE, D. L., L. SHIPLEY, K. K. WAGNER, AND J. SCHAFER. 2001. Efficacy of wolfin to induce place avoidance in deer. Western Journal of Applied Forestry 16:182-186.

01-54 NOLTE, D. L., S. R. SWAFFORD, AND B. SLOAN. 2001. Survey of factors affecting the success of Clemson beaver pond levelers installed by Wildlife Services. Proceedings of the Eastern Wildlife Damage Management Conference 9: 120-126.

01-56 NOLTE, D. L., AND K. K. WAGNER. 2001. Non-target impacts of strychnine baiting to reduce pocket gopher populations on forest lands in the United States. Pages 59-70 in H. J. Pelz, D. P. Cowan, and C.J. Feare, editors. Advances in Vertebrate Pest Management II. Filander Verlag

01-57 PARTRIDGE, S. T., D. L. NOLTE, G. J. ZIEGLTRUM, and C. T. ROBBINS. 2001. Impacts of supplemental feeding on the nutritional ecology of black bears. Journal of Wildlife Management 65(2):191-199.

01-89 ZIEGLTRUM, G. J., AND D. L. NOLTE. 2001. North American black bear damage management in Washington state, USA, and its economical, ecological and social aspects. Ursus. 12:169-172.


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