Wildlife Damage Management Technical Series:
For more information visit the Wildlife Damage Management Technical Series homepage. 1.) Lowney, M.S., S.F. Beckerman, S.C. Barras, and T.W. Seamans. 2018. Gulls. Wildlife Damage Management Technical Series. USDA, APHIS, WS National Wildlife Research Center. Fort Collins, Colorado. 16p.
Baldwin, R., R. Meinerz, G. Witmer, and S. Werner. 2018. In press. Anthraquinone as a vole repellent: not just for the birds? Vertebrate Pest Conference 28:xx-xx.
Benbow, M.E., P.S. Barton, M.D. Ulyshen, J.C. Beasley, T.L. DeVault, M.S. Strickland, J.K. Tomberlin, H.R. Jordan, J.L. Pechal. 2018. Ecological Monographs. Online before print. doi: 10.1002/ecm.1331
Berentsen, A.R., R.T. Sugihara, C.G. Payne, I. Leinbach, S.F. Volker, A. Vos, S. Ortmann, and A.T. Gilbert. Iophenoxic acid as a biological marker for oral rabies vaccination in the small Indian mongoose (Herpestes auropunctatus). JoVE.
Berentsen, A., F. Torres-Toledo, M. Rivera-Rodriguez, A. Davis and A.T. Gilbert. 2018. In press. Population density and home range estimates of black rat (Rattus rattus) populations in southwestern Puerto Rico. Proceedings of the 28th Vertebrate Pest Conference.
Biteman, D.S., D.T. Collins, and B.E. Washburn. 2018. Sunshine, beaches, and birds: Managing raptor-aircraft collisions at airports in southern California. Proceedings of Vertebrate Pest Conference 28: In Press.
Dahlgren, D.K., R.D. Elmore, D.A. Smith, A.I. Hurt, E.B. Arnett, J.W. Connelly, D. Kinka, and J.K. Young. In press. Use of dogs in wildlife research and management. Wildlife Techniques Manual, Ed. N.J. Silvy.
Daniels, S., R. Fanelli, A. Gilbert, S. Benson-Amram. In Review. Behavioural flexibility in a generalist carnivore. Animal Cognition.
Davis, A.J., K.E. Williams, N.P. Snow, K.M. Pepin, and A.J. Piaggio. 2018. Accounting for observation processes across multiple levels of uncertainty improves inference of species distributions and guides adaptive sampling of environmental DNA. Online before print. doi: 10.1002/ece3.4552
Engeman, R.M. In press. Practical monitoring of wildlife populations in conflict with human interests. Invited chapter in: S.E. Hygnstrom, R.M. Timm, P.D. Curtis, D.L. Nolte, M.E. Tobin, and K.C. VerCauteren (eds) Prevention and Control of Wildlife Damage. University of Nebraska, Lincoln, NE
Engeman, R.M., B.E. Wilson, S.F. Beckerman, J.W. Fischer, D. Dufford, and J.B. Cobban. 2018. Locating and eliminating feral swine from a large area of fragmented mixed forest and agriculture habitats in north-central USA. Environmental Science and Pollution Research. Online before print. doi: 10.1007/s11356-018-3702-7
Gordon, A.R., B.A. Kimball, K. Sorjonen, B. Karshikoff, J. Axelsson, M. Lekander, J.N. Lundstrom, M.J. Olsson. 2018. Detection of Inflammation via Volatile Cues in Human Urine. Chemical Senses. In Press. doi: 10.1093/chemse/bjy059
Franklin, A.B., S.N. Bevins, J.W. Ellis, R.S. Miller, S.A. Shriner, J.J. Root, D.P. Walsh, and T.J. DeLiberto. Predicting the initial spread of novel Asian origin influenza A viruses in the continental United States by wild waterfowl. Transboundary and Emerging Diseases. Online before Print. doi: 10.1111/tbed.13070
Gifford, S.J., E.M. Gese, and R.R. Parmenter. In press. Food habits of coyotes (Canis latrans) in the Valles Caldera National Preserve, New Mexico. Southwestern Naturalist.
Haley, B.S., A.R. Berentsen, and R.M. Engeman. In Review. Taking the bait: species taking oral rabies vaccine baits intended for raccoons. EcoHealth.
Kerman, K., K.E. Sieving, C. St. Mary, and M.L. Avery. 2018. Social conformity affects experimental measurement of boldness in male but not female monk parakeets (Myiopsitta monachus). Behaviour. Online. doi: 10.1163/1568539X-00003519
Klug, PE, AA Yackel Adams, SR Siers, KM Brindock, SM Mosher, M.J. Mazurek, WC Pitt, RN Reed. Locally abundant, endangered Mariana swiftlets impact the abundance, behavior, and body condition of an invasive predator. Oecologia. (In Revision)
Long, R. F., L A. Sellers, M.T. Jay-Russell, X. Li, E.R. Atwill, R.M. Engeman, and R.A. Baldwin. 2018. In press. Impact of field-edge habitat on mammalian wildlife abundance, distribution, and vectored foodborne pathogens. 28th Vertebrate Pest Conference, Rohnert Park, CA. 27 February, 2018.
Miller, M., L. Liu, and S. Shwiff. 2018. Macroeconomic impact of foot and mouth disease vaccination strategies for an outbreak in the Midwest United States: A computable general equilibrium. Transboundary and Emerging Diseases. Online. doi: 10.1111/tbed.12995
Niebuhr, C.N., S. Jarvi, and S.R. Siers. 2018. Definitive hosts of rat lungworm in Hawaii: current status and future directions. In: Proceedings of the 28th Vertebrate Pest Conference. In press.
Paolini, K., B. Strickland, J. Tegt, K. VerCauteren, and G. Street. 2018. In press. Seasonality in the habitat functional response and landscape composition determine space use in an agricultural system. PLoS One.
Pedersen K., A.T. Gilbert, E.S. Wilhelm, K.M. Nelson, A.J. Davis, J.D. Kirby, K.C. VerCauteren, S.R. Johnson, and R.B. Chipman. In Review. The effect of high density oral rabies vaccine baiting on rabies virus neutralizing antibody response in raccoons (Procyon lotor). Journal of Wildlife Diseases.
Root, J.J., A.M. Bosco-Lauth, N.L. Marlenee, and R.A. Bowen. 2018. Viral shedding of clade 126.96.36.199 H5 highly pathogenic avian influenza A viruses by American robins. Transboundary and Emerging Diseases. Online. doi: 10.1111/tbed.12959
Schaeffer, J.W., J.C. Chandler, M. Davidson, S.L. Magzamen, A. Pérez-Méndez, S.J. Reynolds, L.D. Goodridge, J. Volckens, A.B. Franklin, S.A. Shriner, and B. Bisha. In press. An improved method for detection of viruses from bioaerosols. Journal of Visualized Experiments.
Schafer, T., S.W. Breck, D.L. Lewis, S. Baruch-Mordo, K.R. Wilson, and J.S. Mao. In press. The influence of an urban area on den site selection. Ursus.
Schultz, J.T., and J.K. Young. In press. Enclosure utilization and enrichment structure preferences of captive coyotes. Journal of Zoo Biology 2(1).
Siers, S.R., W.C. Pitt, J.D. Eisemann, L. Clark, A.B. Shiels, C.S. Clark, R.J. Gosnell, and M.C. Messaros. 2018. In situ evaluation of an automated aerial bait delivery system for landscape-scale control of invasive brown treesnakes on Guam. In: Proceedings of the 2017 Island Invasives Conference. In press.
Shiels, A.B., T. Bogardus, C.D. Lombard, N.F. Angeli, M.W. Hopken, and A.J. Piaggio. 2018. In press. Non-trapping, non-invasive, rapid surveillance sampling using tracking tunnels, trail cameras, and eDNA to determine presence of pest predator species. Vertebr. Pest Conf. 28:xx-xx.
Shiels, A.B., T. Bogardus, J. Rohrer, and K. Kawelo. In Review (2018). Effectiveness of snap-trapping, Goodnature A24 automated traps, and hand-broadcast of diphacinone anticoagulant bait to suppress invasive rats (Rattus spp.) and mice (Mus musculus) in Hawaiian forest. Proceedings of the 28th Vertebrate Pest Conference, University of California, Davis.
Shiels, A., D. Will, et al., and G. Witmer. 2018. In press. Trail cameras are a key monitoring tool for determining target and non-target bait-take during rodent removal operations: evidence from Desecheo Island rat eradication. Proc. of the Third Island Invasives Conference.
Snow, N.P., M.J. Lavelle, J.M. Halseth, M.P. Glow, E.H. VanNatta, A.J. Davis, K.M. Pepin, R.T. Tabor, B.R. Leland, L.D. Staples, and K.C. VerCauteren. 2018. Exposure of a population of invasive wild pigs to simulated toxic bait containing biomarker: Implications for population reduction. Pest Management Science. Online before print. doi: 10.1002/ps.5235
VerCauteren, K.C., R.A. Dolbeer, A. Shiels, and E.M. Gese. In press. Identification and management of wildlife damage. In The Wildlife Techniques Manual, 8th edition. Edited by N. Silvy. John Hopkins University Press, Baltimore, Maryland.
Wegmann, A., G. Howald, S. Kropidlowski, N. Holmes, and A.B. Shiels. 2018. In press. No detection of brodifacoum residues in the marine and terrestrial food web 3 years after rat eradication at Palmyra Atoll, Central Pacific. Proc. of the Third Island Invasives Conference.
Witmer, G., and C. Samra. 2018. In press. Cage efficacy trials with cholecalciferol plus diphacinone and cholecalciferol plus brodifacoum using Richardson’s ground squirrels. Vertebr. Pest Conf. 28:xx-xx.
Young, J.K., J. Steuber, A. Few, A. Baca, and Z. Strong. 2018. When strange bedfellows go all in: a template for implementing non-lethal strategies aimed at reducing carnivore predation of livestock. Animal Conservation. Article in Press. doi: 10.1111/acv.12453