Taylor, J.D. 2018. Book Review: The Eurasian beaver handbook: Ecology and management of Castor fiber. The Journal of Wildlife Management 82(6):1321-1322. doi: 10.1002/jwgm.21454
Francis, R.A., J.D. Taylor, E. Dibble, B. Strickland, V.M. Petro, C. Easterwood, and G. Wang. 2017. Restricted cross-scale habitat selection by American beavers. Current Zoology 63(6):703-710. doi: 10.1093/cz/zox059
Mech, L.D., C.S. Asa, M. Callahan, B.W. Christensen, F. Smith, and J.K. Young. 2017. Studies of wolf x coyote hybridization via artificial insemination. PLoS ONE 12(9):e0184342. doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0184342
Taylor, J.D., Yarrow, G.K. and Miller, J.E. 2017. Beavers. Wildlife Damage Management Technical Series. USDA, APHIS, WS National Wildlife Research Center. Ft. Collins, Colorado. 21 p.
Taylor, J. 2014. Evaluating SeaDust Controllant as a repellent to reduce deer browse on Douglas-fir seedlings. Proceedings of the 26th Vertebrate Pest Conference 26:367-369.
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.
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.
11-TAYLOR, J. 2011. Identifying and managing for wildlife damage during stand initiation. Northwest Woodlands Winter 2011:16-17, 29. 7,426K
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
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
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