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Author names that begin with the letter A


ABR, Inc.,

Alaska Department of Fish and Game,

Amstrup, Steven C.

  • Amstrup, S. C., I. Stirling, and J. W. Lentfer. 1986. Past and present status of polar bears in Alaska. Wildlife Society Bulletin 14(3):241-254. Linkto

Anderson, David L.

Arneson, Paul D.

Auger-Methe, Marie

Aumiller, Larry D.

Author names that begin with the letter B


Baer, Rob

  • Worton, C., K. Nesvacil, P. Tschersich, R. Baer, and V. Gill. 2016. Dungeness crab pot survey and spatial monitoring of sea otter bycatch in Ugak Bay, the Trinity Islands, and Alitak Bay in the Kodiak Area, 2014. Alaska Department of Fish and Game, Divisions of Sport Fish and Commercial Fisheries, Fishery Data Series No. 16-11, Anchorage. Linkto http://www.adfg.alaska.gov/FedAidPDFs/FDS16-11.pdf

Balmer, Dan

Barger, Chris P.

Barten, Neil L.

  • Habitat studies and refuges: State Wildlife Grant performance reports for habitat studies and refuges projects. Combined performance reports completed during 2003-2007 for the following projects: T-1-3-1: Creamer's Field Migratory Waterfowl Refuge: Conservation, research, management and plan revision. T-1-6-6: GIS mapping of terrestrial ecosystems in Southeast Alaska. T-1-6-15: Evaluating the effects of forest management on bird and vegetation communities. T-1-8-2: Southeast refuges and critical habitats: Conservation planning. Linkto http://www.adfg.alaska.gov/static/home/library/pdfs/wildlife/federal_aid/habitat_studies_refuges.pdf (PDF)

Barton, Jonathan S.

Beard, L.

Bechard, Mark J.

  • Henderson, M. T., M. J. Bechard, T. L. Booms, J. S. Forbey, and D. L. Anderson. 2017. Effects of diet composition and nest-site characteristics on nestling physiological condition and parental investment in gyrfalcons (Falco rusticolus) on the Seward Peninsula, Alaska [abstract]. Page 73 [In] 2017 Raptor Research Conference, 7-11 November 2017, Salt Lake City. Linkto https://raptorresearchfoundation.org/files/2017/10/conference_program_2017.pdf#page=75 (Offsite)

Becker, Earl F.

Bedrosian, Bryan E.

  • Brown, J. L., B. Bedrosian, D. A. Bell, M. A. Braham, A. Duerr, T. Miller, T. L. Booms, J. Cooper, E. H. Craig, R. H. Crandall, J. Didonato, R. Domenech, A. Shreading, J. R. Dunk, A. R. Harmata, M. J. Lanzone, D. Laplante, S. B. Lewis, T. Lickfett, B. W. Smith, C. L. McIntyre, R. K. Murphy, B. R. Noon, S. J. Slater, J. P. Smith, J. W. Watson, and B. Woodbridge. 2017. Modeled directed movements of golden eagles in western North America [abstract]. Page 17 [In] 2017 Raptor Research Conference, 7-11 November 2017, Salt Lake City. Linkto https://raptorresearchfoundation.org/files/2017/10/conference_program_2017.pdf#page=19 (Offsite)

Bell, Douglas A.

  • Brown, J. L., B. Bedrosian, D. A. Bell, M. A. Braham, A. Duerr, T. Miller, T. L. Booms, J. Cooper, E. H. Craig, R. H. Crandall, J. Didonato, R. Domenech, A. Shreading, J. R. Dunk, A. R. Harmata, M. J. Lanzone, D. Laplante, S. B. Lewis, T. Lickfett, B. W. Smith, C. L. McIntyre, R. K. Murphy, B. R. Noon, S. J. Slater, J. P. Smith, J. W. Watson, and B. Woodbridge. 2017. Modeled directed movements of golden eagles in western North America [abstract]. Page 17 [In] 2017 Raptor Research Conference, 7-11 November 2017, Salt Lake City. Linkto https://raptorresearchfoundation.org/files/2017/10/conference_program_2017.pdf#page=19 (Offsite)

Bente, Peter J.

Benter, Brad

Benzen, Rebecca

Bishop, Mary Anne

  • Shorebirds--State Wildlife Grant performance reports for projects involving shorebirds. Combined performance reports completed during 2006-2009 for the following projects: T-1-16-2: Monitoring Shorebirds on Barrier Island Beaches: Copper River Delta. T-3-1-2.12: Demography of Aleutian terns at Blacksand Spit, Yakutat, Alaska. T-9-1-3.0: Evaluation of survey methods to assess Aleutian tern population status. Linkto http://www.adfg.alaska.gov/static/home/library/pdfs/wildlife/federal_aid/shorebirds.pdf (PDF)

Blejwas, Karen M.

Booms, Travis L.

Bosworth, Rob

  • Habitat studies and refuges: State Wildlife Grant performance reports for habitat studies and refuges projects. Combined performance reports completed during 2003-2007 for the following projects: T-1-3-1: Creamer's Field Migratory Waterfowl Refuge: Conservation, research, management and plan revision. T-1-6-6: GIS mapping of terrestrial ecosystems in Southeast Alaska. T-1-6-15: Evaluating the effects of forest management on bird and vegetation communities. T-1-8-2: Southeast refuges and critical habitats: Conservation planning. Linkto http://www.adfg.alaska.gov/static/home/library/pdfs/wildlife/federal_aid/habitat_studies_refuges.pdf (PDF)

Braham, Melissa A.

  • Brown, J. L., B. Bedrosian, D. A. Bell, M. A. Braham, A. Duerr, T. Miller, T. L. Booms, J. Cooper, E. H. Craig, R. H. Crandall, J. Didonato, R. Domenech, A. Shreading, J. R. Dunk, A. R. Harmata, M. J. Lanzone, D. Laplante, S. B. Lewis, T. Lickfett, B. W. Smith, C. L. McIntyre, R. K. Murphy, B. R. Noon, S. J. Slater, J. P. Smith, J. W. Watson, and B. Woodbridge. 2017. Modeled directed movements of golden eagles in western North America [abstract]. Page 17 [In] 2017 Raptor Research Conference, 7-11 November 2017, Salt Lake City. Linkto https://raptorresearchfoundation.org/files/2017/10/conference_program_2017.pdf#page=19 (Offsite)

Brainerd, Scott M.

Breed, Greg A

Brinkman, Aleya R.

Brown, Jessi L.

  • Brown, J. L., B. Bedrosian, D. A. Bell, M. A. Braham, A. Duerr, T. Miller, T. L. Booms, J. Cooper, E. H. Craig, R. H. Crandall, J. Didonato, R. Domenech, A. Shreading, J. R. Dunk, A. R. Harmata, M. J. Lanzone, D. Laplante, S. B. Lewis, T. Lickfett, B. W. Smith, C. L. McIntyre, R. K. Murphy, B. R. Noon, S. J. Slater, J. P. Smith, J. W. Watson, and B. Woodbridge. 2017. Modeled directed movements of golden eagles in western North America [abstract]. Page 17 [In] 2017 Raptor Research Conference, 7-11 November 2017, Salt Lake City. Linkto https://raptorresearchfoundation.org/files/2017/10/conference_program_2017.pdf#page=19 (Offsite)

Burles, Doug

Author names that begin with the letter C


Caikoski, Jason R.

  • Raptors: State Wildlife Grant performance reports for projects involving raptors. Combined progress reports completed during 2003-2009 for the following projects: T-1-8-6.0: Interagency goshawk study on the Tongass National Forest: technical assistance, analysis, and dissemination.T-3-1-5.10:  The population status and trend of peregrine falcons, gyrfalcons, and other raptors in western and northwestern Alaska (Region V).T-3-1-5.11:  Ecology of boreal owls (Aegolius funereus) in Interior Alaska.T-3-1-5.12: Monitoring raptor nesting fluctuations on Minto Flats State Game Refuge, Alaska.T-3-1-5.13: Distribution, abundance, and ecology of forest owls in Southeast Alaska.T-3-1-5.14: Monitoring population fluctuations in boreal owls in Interior Alaska. Linkto http://www.adfg.alaska.gov/static/home/library/pdfs/wildlife/federal_aid/raptors.pdf (PDF)

Calkins, Donald G.

Capitan, Richard

  • Wildlife Diversity Program planning and coordination management: Grant performance reports for projects involving Wildlife Diversity Program planning and coordination management: Grant performance reports for projects involving planning program coordination management. Combined progress reports completed during 2003-2009 for the following projects: T-1-6-1: Partnerships for conservation of nongame species. T-1-6-3: Develop nongame species database for comprehensive wildlife conservation strategy. T-1-6-11: Important bird areas of Alaska. T-1-6-16: Developing an international all-bird conservation plan for the northwestern interior forest bird conservation region. T-1-8-1: Conserving Alaska's biodiversity. T-1-16-7: E-Bird Alaska geospatial database development and promotion. T-3-1-1: Conserving Alaska's biodiversity: Program planning, development and coordination. T-3-1-10.10: Alaska citizen science program. T-4-1-1: Ranking nongame species and conservation priorities - Phase II. T-12-1-1: State Endangered Species Act team: Coordination, management and planning. U-1-1-1: Statewide comprehensive wildlife conservation plan. Linkto http://www.adfg.alaska.gov/static-f/home/library/pdfs/wildlife/federal_aid/planning_program_coordination_mgt.pdf (PDF)

Carls, Mark

Carney, Brooke

Carroll, Jennifer

Causey, Douglas

Cheng, Jade

  • Lan, T., J. Cheng, A. Ratan, W. Miller, S. Schuster, S. Farley, R. Shideler, T. Mailund, and C. Lindqvist. 2016. Genome-wide evidence for a hybrid origin of modern polar bears. bioRxiv 047498. https://doi.org/10.1101/047498 Linkto https://doi.org/10.1101/047498 (Offsite)

Clark, Robert

Coletti, Heather

Cook, Joseph

Cooper, Jeff

  • Brown, J. L., B. Bedrosian, D. A. Bell, M. A. Braham, A. Duerr, T. Miller, T. L. Booms, J. Cooper, E. H. Craig, R. H. Crandall, J. Didonato, R. Domenech, A. Shreading, J. R. Dunk, A. R. Harmata, M. J. Lanzone, D. Laplante, S. B. Lewis, T. Lickfett, B. W. Smith, C. L. McIntyre, R. K. Murphy, B. R. Noon, S. J. Slater, J. P. Smith, J. W. Watson, and B. Woodbridge. 2017. Modeled directed movements of golden eagles in western North America [abstract]. Page 17 [In] 2017 Raptor Research Conference, 7-11 November 2017, Salt Lake City. Linkto https://raptorresearchfoundation.org/files/2017/10/conference_program_2017.pdf#page=19 (Offsite)
  • Matsuoka, S. M., D. F. Tessler, D. Shaw, A.Harding-Scurr, D. Loomis, E. Cooper, and N. Hajdukovich. 2014. Identifying demographic deficits among Rusty Blackbird breeding in Alaska: Clues to understanding population decline? [oral presentation]. Joint meeting of the American Ornithologists’ Union, Cooper Ornithological Society, and Society of Canadian Ornithologists, 23-28 September 2014, Estes Park, Colorado. Linkto http://www.birdmeetings.org/aoucossco2014/static/files/aoucossco2014-abstracts.pdf#page=90 (Offsite)

Craig, Erica

  • Brown, J. L., B. Bedrosian, D. A. Bell, M. A. Braham, A. Duerr, T. Miller, T. L. Booms, J. Cooper, E. H. Craig, R. H. Crandall, J. Didonato, R. Domenech, A. Shreading, J. R. Dunk, A. R. Harmata, M. J. Lanzone, D. Laplante, S. B. Lewis, T. Lickfett, B. W. Smith, C. L. McIntyre, R. K. Murphy, B. R. Noon, S. J. Slater, J. P. Smith, J. W. Watson, and B. Woodbridge. 2017. Modeled directed movements of golden eagles in western North America [abstract]. Page 17 [In] 2017 Raptor Research Conference, 7-11 November 2017, Salt Lake City. Linkto https://raptorresearchfoundation.org/files/2017/10/conference_program_2017.pdf#page=19 (Offsite)

Crandall, Ross H.

  • Brown, J. L., B. Bedrosian, D. A. Bell, M. A. Braham, A. Duerr, T. Miller, T. L. Booms, J. Cooper, E. H. Craig, R. H. Crandall, J. Didonato, R. Domenech, A. Shreading, J. R. Dunk, A. R. Harmata, M. J. Lanzone, D. Laplante, S. B. Lewis, T. Lickfett, B. W. Smith, C. L. McIntyre, R. K. Murphy, B. R. Noon, S. J. Slater, J. P. Smith, J. W. Watson, and B. Woodbridge. 2017. Modeled directed movements of golden eagles in western North America [abstract]. Page 17 [In] 2017 Raptor Research Conference, 7-11 November 2017, Salt Lake City. Linkto https://raptorresearchfoundation.org/files/2017/10/conference_program_2017.pdf#page=19 (Offsite)

Cunningham, Walt

Author names that begin with the letter D


DeCicco, Lucas H.

DeGayner, Eugene J

Didonato, Joe

  • Brown, J. L., B. Bedrosian, D. A. Bell, M. A. Braham, A. Duerr, T. Miller, T. L. Booms, J. Cooper, E. H. Craig, R. H. Crandall, J. Didonato, R. Domenech, A. Shreading, J. R. Dunk, A. R. Harmata, M. J. Lanzone, D. Laplante, S. B. Lewis, T. Lickfett, B. W. Smith, C. L. McIntyre, R. K. Murphy, B. R. Noon, S. J. Slater, J. P. Smith, J. W. Watson, and B. Woodbridge. 2017. Modeled directed movements of golden eagles in western North America [abstract]. Page 17 [In] 2017 Raptor Research Conference, 7-11 November 2017, Salt Lake City. Linkto https://raptorresearchfoundation.org/files/2017/10/conference_program_2017.pdf#page=19 (Offsite)

Doherty, Sierra R.

Domenech, Robert

  • Brown, J. L., B. Bedrosian, D. A. Bell, M. A. Braham, A. Duerr, T. Miller, T. L. Booms, J. Cooper, E. H. Craig, R. H. Crandall, J. Didonato, R. Domenech, A. Shreading, J. R. Dunk, A. R. Harmata, M. J. Lanzone, D. Laplante, S. B. Lewis, T. Lickfett, B. W. Smith, C. L. McIntyre, R. K. Murphy, B. R. Noon, S. J. Slater, J. P. Smith, J. W. Watson, and B. Woodbridge. 2017. Modeled directed movements of golden eagles in western North America [abstract]. Page 17 [In] 2017 Raptor Research Conference, 7-11 November 2017, Salt Lake City. Linkto https://raptorresearchfoundation.org/files/2017/10/conference_program_2017.pdf#page=19 (Offsite)

Dublin, Robin

Duerr, Adam

  • Brown, J. L., B. Bedrosian, D. A. Bell, M. A. Braham, A. Duerr, T. Miller, T. L. Booms, J. Cooper, E. H. Craig, R. H. Crandall, J. Didonato, R. Domenech, A. Shreading, J. R. Dunk, A. R. Harmata, M. J. Lanzone, D. Laplante, S. B. Lewis, T. Lickfett, B. W. Smith, C. L. McIntyre, R. K. Murphy, B. R. Noon, S. J. Slater, J. P. Smith, J. W. Watson, and B. Woodbridge. 2017. Modeled directed movements of golden eagles in western North America [abstract]. Page 17 [In] 2017 Raptor Research Conference, 7-11 November 2017, Salt Lake City. Linkto https://raptorresearchfoundation.org/files/2017/10/conference_program_2017.pdf#page=19 (Offsite)

Dunk, Jeffrey R.

  • Brown, J. L., B. Bedrosian, D. A. Bell, M. A. Braham, A. Duerr, T. Miller, T. L. Booms, J. Cooper, E. H. Craig, R. H. Crandall, J. Didonato, R. Domenech, A. Shreading, J. R. Dunk, A. R. Harmata, M. J. Lanzone, D. Laplante, S. B. Lewis, T. Lickfett, B. W. Smith, C. L. McIntyre, R. K. Murphy, B. R. Noon, S. J. Slater, J. P. Smith, J. W. Watson, and B. Woodbridge. 2017. Modeled directed movements of golden eagles in western North America [abstract]. Page 17 [In] 2017 Raptor Research Conference, 7-11 November 2017, Salt Lake City. Linkto https://raptorresearchfoundation.org/files/2017/10/conference_program_2017.pdf#page=19 (Offsite)

Author names that begin with the letter E


Eisaguirre, Joseph M.

Author names that begin with the letter F


Farley, Sean D.

Flatten, Craig J.

Forbey, Jennifer S.

  • Henderson, M. T., M. J. Bechard, T. L. Booms, J. S. Forbey, and D. L. Anderson. 2017. Effects of diet composition and nest-site characteristics on nestling physiological condition and parental investment in gyrfalcons (Falco rusticolus) on the Seward Peninsula, Alaska [abstract]. Page 73 [In] 2017 Raptor Research Conference, 7-11 November 2017, Salt Lake City. Linkto https://raptorresearchfoundation.org/files/2017/10/conference_program_2017.pdf#page=75 (Offsite)

Friis, Laura

Fritts, Ellen

  • Wildlife Diversity Program planning and coordination management: Grant performance reports for projects involving Wildlife Diversity Program planning and coordination management: Grant performance reports for projects involving planning program coordination management. Combined progress reports completed during 2003-2009 for the following projects: T-1-6-1: Partnerships for conservation of nongame species. T-1-6-3: Develop nongame species database for comprehensive wildlife conservation strategy. T-1-6-11: Important bird areas of Alaska. T-1-6-16: Developing an international all-bird conservation plan for the northwestern interior forest bird conservation region. T-1-8-1: Conserving Alaska's biodiversity. T-1-16-7: E-Bird Alaska geospatial database development and promotion. T-3-1-1: Conserving Alaska's biodiversity: Program planning, development and coordination. T-3-1-10.10: Alaska citizen science program. T-4-1-1: Ranking nongame species and conservation priorities - Phase II. T-12-1-1: State Endangered Species Act team: Coordination, management and planning. U-1-1-1: Statewide comprehensive wildlife conservation plan. Linkto http://www.adfg.alaska.gov/static-f/home/library/pdfs/wildlife/federal_aid/planning_program_coordination_mgt.pdf (PDF)

Author names that begin with the letter G


George, T. Luke

Gill, Verena

Goldstein, Michael I.

Gotthardt, Tracey

  • Gotthardt, T., K. Walton and D. F. Tessler. 2012. Towards the development of an Alaskan node for the Avian Knowledge Network [oral presentation]. Boreal Partners in Flight Annual Meeting, 7 December 2011, Anchorage, Alaska. Linkto https://alaska.usgs.gov/science/biology/bpif/meetings/reports/BPIF_2011_project_summaries.pdf (Offsite)
  • Tessler, D. F., M. L. Snively, and T. A. Gotthardt. New insights on the distribution, ecology, and overwintering behavior of the little brown Myotis (Myotis lucifugus) in Alaska [oral presentation]. North American Joint Bat Working Group Meeting, 3-6 March 2015, St. Louis, Missouri. Linkto https://sbdn.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/02/Joint-Meeting-Program-2015.Final_.2.pdf (Offsite)
  • Tessler, D., M. Snively, and T. Gotthardt. 2014. Traditional ecological knowledge and citizen science yield new insights on the little brown bat (Myotis lucifugus) in Alaska [poster]. Presented at 7th Western Alaska Interdisciplinary Science Conference and Forum, April 23-24, 2014, Kotzebue. Linkto http://www.adfg.alaska.gov/static/home/library/pdfs/wildlife/posters/kotz_bat_poster.pdf (PDF)
  • Wildlife Diversity Program planning and coordination management: Grant performance reports for projects involving Wildlife Diversity Program planning and coordination management: Grant performance reports for projects involving planning program coordination management. Combined progress reports completed during 2003-2009 for the following projects: T-1-6-1: Partnerships for conservation of nongame species. T-1-6-3: Develop nongame species database for comprehensive wildlife conservation strategy. T-1-6-11: Important bird areas of Alaska. T-1-6-16: Developing an international all-bird conservation plan for the northwestern interior forest bird conservation region. T-1-8-1: Conserving Alaska's biodiversity. T-1-16-7: E-Bird Alaska geospatial database development and promotion. T-3-1-1: Conserving Alaska's biodiversity: Program planning, development and coordination. T-3-1-10.10: Alaska citizen science program. T-4-1-1: Ranking nongame species and conservation priorities - Phase II. T-12-1-1: State Endangered Species Act team: Coordination, management and planning. U-1-1-1: Statewide comprehensive wildlife conservation plan. Linkto http://www.adfg.alaska.gov/static-f/home/library/pdfs/wildlife/federal_aid/planning_program_coordination_mgt.pdf (PDF)

Govindarajulu, Purnima

Grassi, Beth

Greenberg, Russell

Guers, Sue

  • Landbirds: Annual and final performance reports for State Wildlife Grant funded projects related to landbirds. Projects are listed below: T-1-6-2: Banding Station, Creamer's Field. (Alaska Bird Observatory). T-1-16-6: Passerine Data Analysis and Monitoring at the Creamer's Field Migration Station (Alaska Bird Observatory). T-3-1-3.11: Verifying the status of the Eskimo curlew (Numenius borealis) in Alaska.T-3-1-4.12: Assessing the value of Alaska state lands for an imperiled species, the Rusty Blackbird. T-1-6-5: Distribution and seasonal habitat use of American dippers.T-4-1-2: American Dipper nesting ecology. Part 1: Phenology patterns and distribution in an exceptional year; Part 2: Bird blowfly infestations in nests. T-1-6-7: Breeding ecology and habitat quality for arctic warbler in Interior Alaska.T-9-1-2.0: Population structure and conservation status of spruce grouse in Southeast Alaska. T-3-1-4.10: Inventory and monitoring of landbirds on state lands. Linkto http://www.adfg.alaska.gov/static/home/library/pdfs/wildlife/federal_aid/landbirds.pdf (PDF)

Guzzetti, Brian M.

Author names that begin with the letter H


Haberski, Adam

Hagelin, Julie C.

Haig, Susan M.

Hajdukovich, Nicholas R.

Harmata, Alan R.

  • Brown, J. L., B. Bedrosian, D. A. Bell, M. A. Braham, A. Duerr, T. Miller, T. L. Booms, J. Cooper, E. H. Craig, R. H. Crandall, J. Didonato, R. Domenech, A. Shreading, J. R. Dunk, A. R. Harmata, M. J. Lanzone, D. Laplante, S. B. Lewis, T. Lickfett, B. W. Smith, C. L. McIntyre, R. K. Murphy, B. R. Noon, S. J. Slater, J. P. Smith, J. W. Watson, and B. Woodbridge. 2017. Modeled directed movements of golden eagles in western North America [abstract]. Page 17 [In] 2017 Raptor Research Conference, 7-11 November 2017, Salt Lake City. Linkto https://raptorresearchfoundation.org/files/2017/10/conference_program_2017.pdf#page=19 (Offsite)

Harmston, Erin

Hart, Karla

  • Alaska Department of Fish and Game. 2003. Wildlife conservation and restoration program performance reports for the period 1 December 2001-30 November 2002, Division of Wildlife Conservation, Juneau. Linkto http://www.adfg.alaska.gov/static/home/library/pdfs/wildlife/federal_aid/wcrp03a.pdf (PDF)
  • Alaska Department of Fish and Game. 2003. Wildlife conservation and restoration program performance reports, projects ending September 2003. Division of Wildlife Conservation, Juneau. Linkto http://www.adfg.alaska.gov/static/home/library/pdfs/wildlife/federal_aid/wcrp03b.pdf (PDF)
  • Wildlife Diversity Program planning and coordination management: Grant performance reports for projects involving Wildlife Diversity Program planning and coordination management: Grant performance reports for projects involving planning program coordination management. Combined progress reports completed during 2003-2009 for the following projects: T-1-6-1: Partnerships for conservation of nongame species. T-1-6-3: Develop nongame species database for comprehensive wildlife conservation strategy. T-1-6-11: Important bird areas of Alaska. T-1-6-16: Developing an international all-bird conservation plan for the northwestern interior forest bird conservation region. T-1-8-1: Conserving Alaska's biodiversity. T-1-16-7: E-Bird Alaska geospatial database development and promotion. T-3-1-1: Conserving Alaska's biodiversity: Program planning, development and coordination. T-3-1-10.10: Alaska citizen science program. T-4-1-1: Ranking nongame species and conservation priorities - Phase II. T-12-1-1: State Endangered Species Act team: Coordination, management and planning. U-1-1-1: Statewide comprehensive wildlife conservation plan. Linkto http://www.adfg.alaska.gov/static-f/home/library/pdfs/wildlife/federal_aid/planning_program_coordination_mgt.pdf (PDF)

Henderson, Michael T.

  • Henderson, M. T., M. J. Bechard, T. L. Booms, J. S. Forbey, and D. L. Anderson. 2017. Effects of diet composition and nest-site characteristics on nestling physiological condition and parental investment in gyrfalcons (Falco rusticolus) on the Seward Peninsula, Alaska [abstract]. Page 73 [In] 2017 Raptor Research Conference, 7-11 November 2017, Salt Lake City. Linkto https://raptorresearchfoundation.org/files/2017/10/conference_program_2017.pdf#page=75 (Offsite)

Herzog, Jessica L.

Hessing, Pauline

Hobson, Keith A.

  • Tessler, D. F., J. A. Johnson, S. M. Matsuoka, R. S. Greenberg, C. R. Foss, K. A. Hobson, P. J. Newell, and L. H. DeCicco. 2014. Investigating migration patterns of the rusty blackbird using light-level geolocators and stable isotopes [oral presentation]. Joint meeting of the American Ornithologists’ Union, Cooper Ornithological Society, and Society of Canadian Ornithologists, 23-28 September 2014, Estes Park, Colorado. Linkto http://www.birdmeetings.org/aoucossco2014/static/files/aoucossco2014-abstracts.pdf#page=139 (Offsite)

Holland, Larry

Hughes, Jeffrey H.

Author names that begin with the letter I


Ilse, Jessica K.

Ingle, Moira A.

Iverson, Chris

Author names that begin with the letter J


James, David D.

Johnson, James A.

Author names that begin with the letter K


Kaupas, Laura A.

Kidd, Jeff W.

Kirchhoff, Matthew D.

Kissling, Michelle L.

Koehler, Julie

Kohan, Michael

Kuhns, Stephanie

Kuletz, Kathy

  • ​Seabirds: State Wildilfe Grant performance reports for projects about seabirds. Combined progress reports completed during 2005-2009 for the following projects:T-1--6-14: Current population and decadal trends of Kittlitz's and marbled murrelets in Kachemak Bay, Alaska. T-1-16-1: Marbled murrelet activity patterns and health at Port Snettisham, Alaska. T-1-3-2.10: Field testing alternative survey methods for monitoring marbled murrelet populations in Southeast Alaska. T-1-16-5: Detecting trends in marbled murrelet populations in Southeast Alaska. T-3-1-2.11: Northern Bristol Bay seabird survey. T-3-1-3.10: An integrated regional ecological assessment of the Black oystercatcher (Haematopus bachmani). T-3-1-10.11: Murrelet Watch--A citizen-based monitoring program in Southeast Alaska. T-3-1-11.11: Population and habitat assessments for species of greatest conservation need in Southeast Alaska. T-8-1-1.0: Marbled murrelet habitat use and activity patterns at Port Snettisham, Alaska. Linkto http://www.adfg.alaska.gov/static/home/library/pdfs/wildlife/federal_aid/seabirds.pdf (PDF)

Author names that begin with the letter L


LaBounty, Kitty

Lan, Tianying

  • Lan, T., J. Cheng, A. Ratan, W. Miller, S. Schuster, S. Farley, R. Shideler, T. Mailund, and C. Lindqvist. 2016. Genome-wide evidence for a hybrid origin of modern polar bears. bioRxiv 047498. https://doi.org/10.1101/047498 Linkto https://doi.org/10.1101/047498 (Offsite)

Lanctot, Richard B.

Lanzone, Michael J.

  • Brown, J. L., B. Bedrosian, D. A. Bell, M. A. Braham, A. Duerr, T. Miller, T. L. Booms, J. Cooper, E. H. Craig, R. H. Crandall, J. Didonato, R. Domenech, A. Shreading, J. R. Dunk, A. R. Harmata, M. J. Lanzone, D. Laplante, S. B. Lewis, T. Lickfett, B. W. Smith, C. L. McIntyre, R. K. Murphy, B. R. Noon, S. J. Slater, J. P. Smith, J. W. Watson, and B. Woodbridge. 2017. Modeled directed movements of golden eagles in western North America [abstract]. Page 17 [In] 2017 Raptor Research Conference, 7-11 November 2017, Salt Lake City. Linkto https://raptorresearchfoundation.org/files/2017/10/conference_program_2017.pdf#page=19 (Offsite)

Laplante, Dave

  • Brown, J. L., B. Bedrosian, D. A. Bell, M. A. Braham, A. Duerr, T. Miller, T. L. Booms, J. Cooper, E. H. Craig, R. H. Crandall, J. Didonato, R. Domenech, A. Shreading, J. R. Dunk, A. R. Harmata, M. J. Lanzone, D. Laplante, S. B. Lewis, T. Lickfett, B. W. Smith, C. L. McIntyre, R. K. Murphy, B. R. Noon, S. J. Slater, J. P. Smith, J. W. Watson, and B. Woodbridge. 2017. Modeled directed movements of golden eagles in western North America [abstract]. Page 17 [In] 2017 Raptor Research Conference, 7-11 November 2017, Salt Lake City. Linkto https://raptorresearchfoundation.org/files/2017/10/conference_program_2017.pdf#page=19 (Offsite)

Larsen, Douglas N.

  • Alaska Department of Fish and Game. 2003. Wildlife conservation and restoration program performance reports for the period 1 December 2001-30 November 2002, Division of Wildlife Conservation, Juneau. Linkto http://www.adfg.alaska.gov/static/home/library/pdfs/wildlife/federal_aid/wcrp03a.pdf (PDF)
  • Wildlife Diversity Program planning and coordination management: Grant performance reports for projects involving Wildlife Diversity Program planning and coordination management: Grant performance reports for projects involving planning program coordination management. Combined progress reports completed during 2003-2009 for the following projects: T-1-6-1: Partnerships for conservation of nongame species. T-1-6-3: Develop nongame species database for comprehensive wildlife conservation strategy. T-1-6-11: Important bird areas of Alaska. T-1-6-16: Developing an international all-bird conservation plan for the northwestern interior forest bird conservation region. T-1-8-1: Conserving Alaska's biodiversity. T-1-16-7: E-Bird Alaska geospatial database development and promotion. T-3-1-1: Conserving Alaska's biodiversity: Program planning, development and coordination. T-3-1-10.10: Alaska citizen science program. T-4-1-1: Ranking nongame species and conservation priorities - Phase II. T-12-1-1: State Endangered Species Act team: Coordination, management and planning. U-1-1-1: Statewide comprehensive wildlife conservation plan. Linkto http://www.adfg.alaska.gov/static-f/home/library/pdfs/wildlife/federal_aid/planning_program_coordination_mgt.pdf (PDF)

Lausen, Cori L.

Lehnhausen, William A.

Lentfer, Jack W.

  • Amstrup, S. C., I. Stirling, and J. W. Lentfer. 1986. Past and present status of polar bears in Alaska. Wildlife Society Bulletin 14(3):241-254. Linkto

Lewis, Stephen B.

Lickfett, Todd

  • Brown, J. L., B. Bedrosian, D. A. Bell, M. A. Braham, A. Duerr, T. Miller, T. L. Booms, J. Cooper, E. H. Craig, R. H. Crandall, J. Didonato, R. Domenech, A. Shreading, J. R. Dunk, A. R. Harmata, M. J. Lanzone, D. Laplante, S. B. Lewis, T. Lickfett, B. W. Smith, C. L. McIntyre, R. K. Murphy, B. R. Noon, S. J. Slater, J. P. Smith, J. W. Watson, and B. Woodbridge. 2017. Modeled directed movements of golden eagles in western North America [abstract]. Page 17 [In] 2017 Raptor Research Conference, 7-11 November 2017, Salt Lake City. Linkto https://raptorresearchfoundation.org/files/2017/10/conference_program_2017.pdf#page=19 (Offsite)

Lindqvist, Charlotte

  • Lan, T., J. Cheng, A. Ratan, W. Miller, S. Schuster, S. Farley, R. Shideler, T. Mailund, and C. Lindqvist. 2016. Genome-wide evidence for a hybrid origin of modern polar bears. bioRxiv 047498. https://doi.org/10.1101/047498 Linkto https://doi.org/10.1101/047498 (Offsite)

Linkhart, Brian

Lowell, Abby L.

Lukacs, Paul

Author names that begin with the letter m


m, Steve M

Mailund, Thomas

  • Lan, T., J. Cheng, A. Ratan, W. Miller, S. Schuster, S. Farley, R. Shideler, T. Mailund, and C. Lindqvist. 2016. Genome-wide evidence for a hybrid origin of modern polar bears. bioRxiv 047498. https://doi.org/10.1101/047498 Linkto https://doi.org/10.1101/047498 (Offsite)

Manning, Elizabeth A.

Matt, Colleen A.

McAllister, Dennis C.

McDuffie, Laura A.

McFarland, Heather R.

McGuire, Rebecca

McHugh, Megan

McIntyre, Carol L

Meehan, Joseph P.

  • ​Seabirds: State Wildilfe Grant performance reports for projects about seabirds. Combined progress reports completed during 2005-2009 for the following projects:T-1--6-14: Current population and decadal trends of Kittlitz's and marbled murrelets in Kachemak Bay, Alaska. T-1-16-1: Marbled murrelet activity patterns and health at Port Snettisham, Alaska. T-1-3-2.10: Field testing alternative survey methods for monitoring marbled murrelet populations in Southeast Alaska. T-1-16-5: Detecting trends in marbled murrelet populations in Southeast Alaska. T-3-1-2.11: Northern Bristol Bay seabird survey. T-3-1-3.10: An integrated regional ecological assessment of the Black oystercatcher (Haematopus bachmani). T-3-1-10.11: Murrelet Watch--A citizen-based monitoring program in Southeast Alaska. T-3-1-11.11: Population and habitat assessments for species of greatest conservation need in Southeast Alaska. T-8-1-1.0: Marbled murrelet habitat use and activity patterns at Port Snettisham, Alaska. Linkto http://www.adfg.alaska.gov/static/home/library/pdfs/wildlife/federal_aid/seabirds.pdf (PDF)

Merizon, Richard A.

Miller, Tricia

  • Brown, J. L., B. Bedrosian, D. A. Bell, M. A. Braham, A. Duerr, T. Miller, T. L. Booms, J. Cooper, E. H. Craig, R. H. Crandall, J. Didonato, R. Domenech, A. Shreading, J. R. Dunk, A. R. Harmata, M. J. Lanzone, D. Laplante, S. B. Lewis, T. Lickfett, B. W. Smith, C. L. McIntyre, R. K. Murphy, B. R. Noon, S. J. Slater, J. P. Smith, J. W. Watson, and B. Woodbridge. 2017. Modeled directed movements of golden eagles in western North America [abstract]. Page 17 [In] 2017 Raptor Research Conference, 7-11 November 2017, Salt Lake City. Linkto https://raptorresearchfoundation.org/files/2017/10/conference_program_2017.pdf#page=19 (Offsite)
  • Lan, T., J. Cheng, A. Ratan, W. Miller, S. Schuster, S. Farley, R. Shideler, T. Mailund, and C. Lindqvist. 2016. Genome-wide evidence for a hybrid origin of modern polar bears. bioRxiv 047498. https://doi.org/10.1101/047498 Linkto https://doi.org/10.1101/047498 (Offsite)

Morse, Julie

Muguwe, Tafadzwe

Murphy, Robert K.

  • Brown, J. L., B. Bedrosian, D. A. Bell, M. A. Braham, A. Duerr, T. Miller, T. L. Booms, J. Cooper, E. H. Craig, R. H. Crandall, J. Didonato, R. Domenech, A. Shreading, J. R. Dunk, A. R. Harmata, M. J. Lanzone, D. Laplante, S. B. Lewis, T. Lickfett, B. W. Smith, C. L. McIntyre, R. K. Murphy, B. R. Noon, S. J. Slater, J. P. Smith, J. W. Watson, and B. Woodbridge. 2017. Modeled directed movements of golden eagles in western North America [abstract]. Page 17 [In] 2017 Raptor Research Conference, 7-11 November 2017, Salt Lake City. Linkto https://raptorresearchfoundation.org/files/2017/10/conference_program_2017.pdf#page=19 (Offsite)

Author names that begin with the letter N


Nagorsen, Dave

Nelson, S. Kim

  • ​Seabirds: State Wildilfe Grant performance reports for projects about seabirds. Combined progress reports completed during 2005-2009 for the following projects:T-1--6-14: Current population and decadal trends of Kittlitz's and marbled murrelets in Kachemak Bay, Alaska. T-1-16-1: Marbled murrelet activity patterns and health at Port Snettisham, Alaska. T-1-3-2.10: Field testing alternative survey methods for monitoring marbled murrelet populations in Southeast Alaska. T-1-16-5: Detecting trends in marbled murrelet populations in Southeast Alaska. T-3-1-2.11: Northern Bristol Bay seabird survey. T-3-1-3.10: An integrated regional ecological assessment of the Black oystercatcher (Haematopus bachmani). T-3-1-10.11: Murrelet Watch--A citizen-based monitoring program in Southeast Alaska. T-3-1-11.11: Population and habitat assessments for species of greatest conservation need in Southeast Alaska. T-8-1-1.0: Marbled murrelet habitat use and activity patterns at Port Snettisham, Alaska. Linkto http://www.adfg.alaska.gov/static/home/library/pdfs/wildlife/federal_aid/seabirds.pdf (PDF)
  • Schliebe, S. L., B. Benter, E. V. Regehr, L. Quakenbush, J. Omelak, M. Nelson, and K. Nesvacil. 2016. Co-management of the Alaskan harvest of the Alaska–Chukotka polar bear subpopulation: How to implement a harvest quota. Alaska Department of Fish and Game, Wildlife Technical Bulletin ADF&G/DWC/WTB-2016-15, Juneau. Linkto http://www.adfg.alaska.gov/static/home/library/pdfs/wildlife/research_pdfs/wtb_2016_15_comanagement_alaska_chukotka_polar_bear_harvest_quota.pdf (PDF)
  • Schliebe, S. L., S. Kuhns, L. Quakenbush, and M. Nelson. 2016. Proceedings of a workshop: Co-management of the Alaskan harvest of the Alaska-Chukotka polar bear subpopulation: How to implement a harvest quota. Alaska Department of Fish and Game, Wildlife Special Publication ADF&G/DWC/WSP-2016-1, Juneau. Linkto http://www.adfg.alaska.gov/static/home/library/pdfs/wildlife/research_pdfs/wsp_2016_1_comanagement_alaska_chukotka_polar_bear_workshop.pdf

Nesvacil, Kelly

Newell, Patti

Newman, Scott H.

  • ​Seabirds: State Wildilfe Grant performance reports for projects about seabirds. Combined progress reports completed during 2005-2009 for the following projects:T-1--6-14: Current population and decadal trends of Kittlitz's and marbled murrelets in Kachemak Bay, Alaska. T-1-16-1: Marbled murrelet activity patterns and health at Port Snettisham, Alaska. T-1-3-2.10: Field testing alternative survey methods for monitoring marbled murrelet populations in Southeast Alaska. T-1-16-5: Detecting trends in marbled murrelet populations in Southeast Alaska. T-3-1-2.11: Northern Bristol Bay seabird survey. T-3-1-3.10: An integrated regional ecological assessment of the Black oystercatcher (Haematopus bachmani). T-3-1-10.11: Murrelet Watch--A citizen-based monitoring program in Southeast Alaska. T-3-1-11.11: Population and habitat assessments for species of greatest conservation need in Southeast Alaska. T-8-1-1.0: Marbled murrelet habitat use and activity patterns at Port Snettisham, Alaska. Linkto http://www.adfg.alaska.gov/static/home/library/pdfs/wildlife/federal_aid/seabirds.pdf (PDF)

Noon, Barry R.

  • Brown, J. L., B. Bedrosian, D. A. Bell, M. A. Braham, A. Duerr, T. Miller, T. L. Booms, J. Cooper, E. H. Craig, R. H. Crandall, J. Didonato, R. Domenech, A. Shreading, J. R. Dunk, A. R. Harmata, M. J. Lanzone, D. Laplante, S. B. Lewis, T. Lickfett, B. W. Smith, C. L. McIntyre, R. K. Murphy, B. R. Noon, S. J. Slater, J. P. Smith, J. W. Watson, and B. Woodbridge. 2017. Modeled directed movements of golden eagles in western North America [abstract]. Page 17 [In] 2017 Raptor Research Conference, 7-11 November 2017, Salt Lake City. Linkto https://raptorresearchfoundation.org/files/2017/10/conference_program_2017.pdf#page=19 (Offsite)

Author names that begin with the letter O


Omelak, Jack

Ory, Joanna

Ott, Alvin G.

Author names that begin with the letter P


Paetkau, David

Paprocki, Neil

Paragi, Thomas F.

Parrish, Julia

  • ​Seabirds: State Wildilfe Grant performance reports for projects about seabirds. Combined progress reports completed during 2005-2009 for the following projects:T-1--6-14: Current population and decadal trends of Kittlitz's and marbled murrelets in Kachemak Bay, Alaska. T-1-16-1: Marbled murrelet activity patterns and health at Port Snettisham, Alaska. T-1-3-2.10: Field testing alternative survey methods for monitoring marbled murrelet populations in Southeast Alaska. T-1-16-5: Detecting trends in marbled murrelet populations in Southeast Alaska. T-3-1-2.11: Northern Bristol Bay seabird survey. T-3-1-3.10: An integrated regional ecological assessment of the Black oystercatcher (Haematopus bachmani). T-3-1-10.11: Murrelet Watch--A citizen-based monitoring program in Southeast Alaska. T-3-1-11.11: Population and habitat assessments for species of greatest conservation need in Southeast Alaska. T-8-1-1.0: Marbled murrelet habitat use and activity patterns at Port Snettisham, Alaska. Linkto http://www.adfg.alaska.gov/static/home/library/pdfs/wildlife/federal_aid/seabirds.pdf (PDF)

Paul, Thomas W.

  • Paul, T. W. 2009. Game transplants in Alaska. Alaska Department of Fish and Game, Division of Wildlife Conservation, Technical Bulletin No. 4, 2nd edition, Juneau. Linkto http://www.adfg.alaska.gov/static-f/home/library/pdfs/wildlife/research_pdfs/game_transplants_alaska.pdf (PDF)
  • Wildlife Diversity Program planning and coordination management: Grant performance reports for projects involving Wildlife Diversity Program planning and coordination management: Grant performance reports for projects involving planning program coordination management. Combined progress reports completed during 2003-2009 for the following projects: T-1-6-1: Partnerships for conservation of nongame species. T-1-6-3: Develop nongame species database for comprehensive wildlife conservation strategy. T-1-6-11: Important bird areas of Alaska. T-1-6-16: Developing an international all-bird conservation plan for the northwestern interior forest bird conservation region. T-1-8-1: Conserving Alaska's biodiversity. T-1-16-7: E-Bird Alaska geospatial database development and promotion. T-3-1-1: Conserving Alaska's biodiversity: Program planning, development and coordination. T-3-1-10.10: Alaska citizen science program. T-4-1-1: Ranking nongame species and conservation priorities - Phase II. T-12-1-1: State Endangered Species Act team: Coordination, management and planning. U-1-1-1: Statewide comprehensive wildlife conservation plan. Linkto http://www.adfg.alaska.gov/static-f/home/library/pdfs/wildlife/federal_aid/planning_program_coordination_mgt.pdf (PDF)

Peluso, Beth

Pendleton, Grey W.

Person, David K.

Phadungchob, Bpantamars

Piatt, John

  • ​Seabirds: State Wildilfe Grant performance reports for projects about seabirds. Combined progress reports completed during 2005-2009 for the following projects:T-1--6-14: Current population and decadal trends of Kittlitz's and marbled murrelets in Kachemak Bay, Alaska. T-1-16-1: Marbled murrelet activity patterns and health at Port Snettisham, Alaska. T-1-3-2.10: Field testing alternative survey methods for monitoring marbled murrelet populations in Southeast Alaska. T-1-16-5: Detecting trends in marbled murrelet populations in Southeast Alaska. T-3-1-2.11: Northern Bristol Bay seabird survey. T-3-1-3.10: An integrated regional ecological assessment of the Black oystercatcher (Haematopus bachmani). T-3-1-10.11: Murrelet Watch--A citizen-based monitoring program in Southeast Alaska. T-3-1-11.11: Population and habitat assessments for species of greatest conservation need in Southeast Alaska. T-8-1-1.0: Marbled murrelet habitat use and activity patterns at Port Snettisham, Alaska. Linkto http://www.adfg.alaska.gov/static/home/library/pdfs/wildlife/federal_aid/seabirds.pdf (PDF)

Pitcher, Kenneth W.

Pohl, Catherine

Pontius, Kira

Porter, Boyd

Post, Anne

Proctor, Michael

Pyare, Sanjay

Author names that begin with the letter Q


Quakenbush, Lori T.

Quinlan, Susan E.

Author names that begin with the letter R


Rabe, Mary L.

Ratan, Aakrosh

  • Lan, T., J. Cheng, A. Ratan, W. Miller, S. Schuster, S. Farley, R. Shideler, T. Mailund, and C. Lindqvist. 2016. Genome-wide evidence for a hybrid origin of modern polar bears. bioRxiv 047498. https://doi.org/10.1101/047498 Linkto https://doi.org/10.1101/047498 (Offsite)

Regehr, Eric V.

Reimer, Jesika P.

Rhoads, Tory

Robinson, Bryce W.

Romanoff, Kristen L.

Rosen, Yereth

Rozell, Ned

Ruden, Rachel M.

Author names that begin with the letter S


Sage, George K.

Schempf, Philip F.

Schliebe, Scott

Schoen, John W.

Schuette, Paul A.

Schuster, Stephan C.

  • Lan, T., J. Cheng, A. Ratan, W. Miller, S. Schuster, S. Farley, R. Shideler, T. Mailund, and C. Lindqvist. 2016. Genome-wide evidence for a hybrid origin of modern polar bears. bioRxiv 047498. https://doi.org/10.1101/047498 Linkto https://doi.org/10.1101/047498 (Offsite)

Scurr, April Harding

Senner, Stanley E.

  • Wildlife Diversity Program planning and coordination management: Grant performance reports for projects involving Wildlife Diversity Program planning and coordination management: Grant performance reports for projects involving planning program coordination management. Combined progress reports completed during 2003-2009 for the following projects: T-1-6-1: Partnerships for conservation of nongame species. T-1-6-3: Develop nongame species database for comprehensive wildlife conservation strategy. T-1-6-11: Important bird areas of Alaska. T-1-6-16: Developing an international all-bird conservation plan for the northwestern interior forest bird conservation region. T-1-8-1: Conserving Alaska's biodiversity. T-1-16-7: E-Bird Alaska geospatial database development and promotion. T-3-1-1: Conserving Alaska's biodiversity: Program planning, development and coordination. T-3-1-10.10: Alaska citizen science program. T-4-1-1: Ranking nongame species and conservation priorities - Phase II. T-12-1-1: State Endangered Species Act team: Coordination, management and planning. U-1-1-1: Statewide comprehensive wildlife conservation plan. Linkto http://www.adfg.alaska.gov/static-f/home/library/pdfs/wildlife/federal_aid/planning_program_coordination_mgt.pdf (PDF)

Sformo, Todd

Sharbaugh, Susan

  • Landbirds: Annual and final performance reports for State Wildlife Grant funded projects related to landbirds. Projects are listed below: T-1-6-2: Banding Station, Creamer's Field. (Alaska Bird Observatory). T-1-16-6: Passerine Data Analysis and Monitoring at the Creamer's Field Migration Station (Alaska Bird Observatory). T-3-1-3.11: Verifying the status of the Eskimo curlew (Numenius borealis) in Alaska.T-3-1-4.12: Assessing the value of Alaska state lands for an imperiled species, the Rusty Blackbird. T-1-6-5: Distribution and seasonal habitat use of American dippers.T-4-1-2: American Dipper nesting ecology. Part 1: Phenology patterns and distribution in an exceptional year; Part 2: Bird blowfly infestations in nests. T-1-6-7: Breeding ecology and habitat quality for arctic warbler in Interior Alaska.T-9-1-2.0: Population structure and conservation status of spruce grouse in Southeast Alaska. T-3-1-4.10: Inventory and monitoring of landbirds on state lands. Linkto http://www.adfg.alaska.gov/static/home/library/pdfs/wildlife/federal_aid/landbirds.pdf (PDF)
  • Scurr, A. H., T. L. George, S. M. Sharbaugh, S. L. Talbot, G. K. Sage, and D. F. Tessler. 2012. Saints or swingers? The mating system & associated behaviors of rusty blackbirds in Interior Alaska [poster]. Bird Conservation Conference in the Northeast, 16-19 October 2012, Plymouth, MA. Linkto http://www.adfg.alaska.gov/static/home/library/pdfs/wildlife/research_pdfs/saints_swingers_mating_system_behaviors_rusty_blackbirds.pdf (PDF)
  • Wildlife Diversity Program planning and coordination management: Grant performance reports for projects involving Wildlife Diversity Program planning and coordination management: Grant performance reports for projects involving planning program coordination management. Combined progress reports completed during 2003-2009 for the following projects: T-1-6-1: Partnerships for conservation of nongame species. T-1-6-3: Develop nongame species database for comprehensive wildlife conservation strategy. T-1-6-11: Important bird areas of Alaska. T-1-6-16: Developing an international all-bird conservation plan for the northwestern interior forest bird conservation region. T-1-8-1: Conserving Alaska's biodiversity. T-1-16-7: E-Bird Alaska geospatial database development and promotion. T-3-1-1: Conserving Alaska's biodiversity: Program planning, development and coordination. T-3-1-10.10: Alaska citizen science program. T-4-1-1: Ranking nongame species and conservation priorities - Phase II. T-12-1-1: State Endangered Species Act team: Coordination, management and planning. U-1-1-1: Statewide comprehensive wildlife conservation plan. Linkto http://www.adfg.alaska.gov/static-f/home/library/pdfs/wildlife/federal_aid/planning_program_coordination_mgt.pdf (PDF)

Shaw, David

  • Landbirds: Annual and final performance reports for State Wildlife Grant funded projects related to landbirds. Projects are listed below: T-1-6-2: Banding Station, Creamer's Field. (Alaska Bird Observatory). T-1-16-6: Passerine Data Analysis and Monitoring at the Creamer's Field Migration Station (Alaska Bird Observatory). T-3-1-3.11: Verifying the status of the Eskimo curlew (Numenius borealis) in Alaska.T-3-1-4.12: Assessing the value of Alaska state lands for an imperiled species, the Rusty Blackbird. T-1-6-5: Distribution and seasonal habitat use of American dippers.T-4-1-2: American Dipper nesting ecology. Part 1: Phenology patterns and distribution in an exceptional year; Part 2: Bird blowfly infestations in nests. T-1-6-7: Breeding ecology and habitat quality for arctic warbler in Interior Alaska.T-9-1-2.0: Population structure and conservation status of spruce grouse in Southeast Alaska. T-3-1-4.10: Inventory and monitoring of landbirds on state lands. Linkto http://www.adfg.alaska.gov/static/home/library/pdfs/wildlife/federal_aid/landbirds.pdf (PDF)
  • Matsuoka, S. M., D. F. Tessler, D. Shaw, A.Harding-Scurr, D. Loomis, E. Cooper, and N. Hajdukovich. 2014. Identifying demographic deficits among Rusty Blackbird breeding in Alaska: Clues to understanding population decline? [oral presentation]. Joint meeting of the American Ornithologists’ Union, Cooper Ornithological Society, and Society of Canadian Ornithologists, 23-28 September 2014, Estes Park, Colorado. Linkto http://www.birdmeetings.org/aoucossco2014/static/files/aoucossco2014-abstracts.pdf#page=90 (Offsite)
  • Tessler, D. F., S. M. Matsuoka, D. L. Shaw, A. H. Scurr, D. Loomis, E. Cooper, and J. A. Johnson. 2012. Productivity and survival of the rusty blackbird in Alaska: towards a synthetic analysis of statewide demographic data [oral presentation]. 15th Alaska Bird Conference, 22-26 October 2012, Anchorage, AK. Linkto http://www.adfg.alaska.gov/static/home/library/pdfs/wildlife/research_pdfs/productivity_surivival_rusty_blackbird_alaska.pdf (PDF)

Sheffield, Gay G.

Shideler, Richard T.

  • Lan, T., J. Cheng, A. Ratan, W. Miller, S. Schuster, S. Farley, R. Shideler, T. Mailund, and C. Lindqvist. 2016. Genome-wide evidence for a hybrid origin of modern polar bears. bioRxiv 047498. https://doi.org/10.1101/047498 Linkto https://doi.org/10.1101/047498 (Offsite)

Shreading, Adam

  • Brown, J. L., B. Bedrosian, D. A. Bell, M. A. Braham, A. Duerr, T. Miller, T. L. Booms, J. Cooper, E. H. Craig, R. H. Crandall, J. Didonato, R. Domenech, A. Shreading, J. R. Dunk, A. R. Harmata, M. J. Lanzone, D. Laplante, S. B. Lewis, T. Lickfett, B. W. Smith, C. L. McIntyre, R. K. Murphy, B. R. Noon, S. J. Slater, J. P. Smith, J. W. Watson, and B. Woodbridge. 2017. Modeled directed movements of golden eagles in western North America [abstract]. Page 17 [In] 2017 Raptor Research Conference, 7-11 November 2017, Salt Lake City. Linkto https://raptorresearchfoundation.org/files/2017/10/conference_program_2017.pdf#page=19 (Offsite)

Sikes, Derek S.

Slater, Steven J.

  • Brown, J. L., B. Bedrosian, D. A. Bell, M. A. Braham, A. Duerr, T. Miller, T. L. Booms, J. Cooper, E. H. Craig, R. H. Crandall, J. Didonato, R. Domenech, A. Shreading, J. R. Dunk, A. R. Harmata, M. J. Lanzone, D. Laplante, S. B. Lewis, T. Lickfett, B. W. Smith, C. L. McIntyre, R. K. Murphy, B. R. Noon, S. J. Slater, J. P. Smith, J. W. Watson, and B. Woodbridge. 2017. Modeled directed movements of golden eagles in western North America [abstract]. Page 17 [In] 2017 Raptor Research Conference, 7-11 November 2017, Salt Lake City. Linkto https://raptorresearchfoundation.org/files/2017/10/conference_program_2017.pdf#page=19 (Offsite)

Smith, Jeff P.

  • Brown, J. L., B. Bedrosian, D. A. Bell, M. A. Braham, A. Duerr, T. Miller, T. L. Booms, J. Cooper, E. H. Craig, R. H. Crandall, J. Didonato, R. Domenech, A. Shreading, J. R. Dunk, A. R. Harmata, M. J. Lanzone, D. Laplante, S. B. Lewis, T. Lickfett, B. W. Smith, C. L. McIntyre, R. K. Murphy, B. R. Noon, S. J. Slater, J. P. Smith, J. W. Watson, and B. Woodbridge. 2017. Modeled directed movements of golden eagles in western North America [abstract]. Page 17 [In] 2017 Raptor Research Conference, 7-11 November 2017, Salt Lake City. Linkto https://raptorresearchfoundation.org/files/2017/10/conference_program_2017.pdf#page=19 (Offsite)
  • Brown, J. L., B. Bedrosian, D. A. Bell, M. A. Braham, A. Duerr, T. Miller, T. L. Booms, J. Cooper, E. H. Craig, R. H. Crandall, J. Didonato, R. Domenech, A. Shreading, J. R. Dunk, A. R. Harmata, M. J. Lanzone, D. Laplante, S. B. Lewis, T. Lickfett, B. W. Smith, C. L. McIntyre, R. K. Murphy, B. R. Noon, S. J. Slater, J. P. Smith, J. W. Watson, and B. Woodbridge. 2017. Modeled directed movements of golden eagles in western North America [abstract]. Page 17 [In] 2017 Raptor Research Conference, 7-11 November 2017, Salt Lake City. Linkto https://raptorresearchfoundation.org/files/2017/10/conference_program_2017.pdf#page=19 (Offsite)
  • Kidd, J. W., J. P. Smith, T. L. Booms, A. Franke, and S. E. Thomas. 2017. Range and route fidelity of rough-legged hawks (Buteo lagopus) in North America [abstract]. Page 43 [In] 2017 Raptor Research Conference, 7-11 November 2017, Salt Lake City. Linkto https://raptorresearchfoundation.org/files/2017/10/conference_program_2017.pdf#page=45 (Offsite)

Snively, Marian L.

Spathelf, Miles O.

Speigel, Caleb

Stephenson Jr., Robert O.

Stirling, Ian

  • Amstrup, S. C., I. Stirling, and J. W. Lentfer. 1986. Past and present status of polar bears in Alaska. Wildlife Society Bulletin 14(3):241-254. Linkto

Swain, Una G.

Sydeman, Michelle

  • Alaska Department of Fish and Game. 2003. Wildlife conservation and restoration program performance reports for the period 1 December 2001-30 November 2002, Division of Wildlife Conservation, Juneau. Linkto http://www.adfg.alaska.gov/static/home/library/pdfs/wildlife/federal_aid/wcrp03a.pdf (PDF)
  • Alaska Department of Fish and Game. 2003. Wildlife conservation and restoration program performance reports, projects ending September 2003. Division of Wildlife Conservation, Juneau. Linkto http://www.adfg.alaska.gov/static/home/library/pdfs/wildlife/federal_aid/wcrp03b.pdf (PDF)
  • Wildlife Diversity Program planning and coordination management: Grant performance reports for projects involving Wildlife Diversity Program planning and coordination management: Grant performance reports for projects involving planning program coordination management. Combined progress reports completed during 2003-2009 for the following projects: T-1-6-1: Partnerships for conservation of nongame species. T-1-6-3: Develop nongame species database for comprehensive wildlife conservation strategy. T-1-6-11: Important bird areas of Alaska. T-1-6-16: Developing an international all-bird conservation plan for the northwestern interior forest bird conservation region. T-1-8-1: Conserving Alaska's biodiversity. T-1-16-7: E-Bird Alaska geospatial database development and promotion. T-3-1-1: Conserving Alaska's biodiversity: Program planning, development and coordination. T-3-1-10.10: Alaska citizen science program. T-4-1-1: Ranking nongame species and conservation priorities - Phase II. T-12-1-1: State Endangered Species Act team: Coordination, management and planning. U-1-1-1: Statewide comprehensive wildlife conservation plan. Linkto http://www.adfg.alaska.gov/static-f/home/library/pdfs/wildlife/federal_aid/planning_program_coordination_mgt.pdf (PDF)

Author names that begin with the letter T


Talbot, Sandra L

Tallmon, David

  • Landbirds: Annual and final performance reports for State Wildlife Grant funded projects related to landbirds. Projects are listed below: T-1-6-2: Banding Station, Creamer's Field. (Alaska Bird Observatory). T-1-16-6: Passerine Data Analysis and Monitoring at the Creamer's Field Migration Station (Alaska Bird Observatory). T-3-1-3.11: Verifying the status of the Eskimo curlew (Numenius borealis) in Alaska.T-3-1-4.12: Assessing the value of Alaska state lands for an imperiled species, the Rusty Blackbird. T-1-6-5: Distribution and seasonal habitat use of American dippers.T-4-1-2: American Dipper nesting ecology. Part 1: Phenology patterns and distribution in an exceptional year; Part 2: Bird blowfly infestations in nests. T-1-6-7: Breeding ecology and habitat quality for arctic warbler in Interior Alaska.T-9-1-2.0: Population structure and conservation status of spruce grouse in Southeast Alaska. T-3-1-4.10: Inventory and monitoring of landbirds on state lands. Linkto http://www.adfg.alaska.gov/static/home/library/pdfs/wildlife/federal_aid/landbirds.pdf (PDF)

Tankersley, Nancy G.

Taras, Mike E.

Tessler, David F.

Tetreau, Micheal D.

Titus, Kimberly

Trites, Andrew W.

Tschersich, Philip

  • Worton, C., K. Nesvacil, P. Tschersich, R. Baer, and V. Gill. 2016. Dungeness crab pot survey and spatial monitoring of sea otter bycatch in Ugak Bay, the Trinity Islands, and Alitak Bay in the Kodiak Area, 2014. Alaska Department of Fish and Game, Divisions of Sport Fish and Commercial Fisheries, Fishery Data Series No. 16-11, Anchorage. Linkto http://www.adfg.alaska.gov/FedAidPDFs/FDS16-11.pdf

Author names that begin with the letter U


Underwood, Arin

Author names that begin with the letter V


Vincent-Lang, Douglas S.

Von Duyke, Andrew L.

Author names that begin with the letter W


Walter, Taldi

  • Wildlife Diversity Program planning and coordination management: Grant performance reports for projects involving Wildlife Diversity Program planning and coordination management: Grant performance reports for projects involving planning program coordination management. Combined progress reports completed during 2003-2009 for the following projects: T-1-6-1: Partnerships for conservation of nongame species. T-1-6-3: Develop nongame species database for comprehensive wildlife conservation strategy. T-1-6-11: Important bird areas of Alaska. T-1-6-16: Developing an international all-bird conservation plan for the northwestern interior forest bird conservation region. T-1-8-1: Conserving Alaska's biodiversity. T-1-16-7: E-Bird Alaska geospatial database development and promotion. T-3-1-1: Conserving Alaska's biodiversity: Program planning, development and coordination. T-3-1-10.10: Alaska citizen science program. T-4-1-1: Ranking nongame species and conservation priorities - Phase II. T-12-1-1: State Endangered Species Act team: Coordination, management and planning. U-1-1-1: Statewide comprehensive wildlife conservation plan. Linkto http://www.adfg.alaska.gov/static-f/home/library/pdfs/wildlife/federal_aid/planning_program_coordination_mgt.pdf (PDF)

Walton, Kelly M

Watson, James W.

  • Brown, J. L., B. Bedrosian, D. A. Bell, M. A. Braham, A. Duerr, T. Miller, T. L. Booms, J. Cooper, E. H. Craig, R. H. Crandall, J. Didonato, R. Domenech, A. Shreading, J. R. Dunk, A. R. Harmata, M. J. Lanzone, D. Laplante, S. B. Lewis, T. Lickfett, B. W. Smith, C. L. McIntyre, R. K. Murphy, B. R. Noon, S. J. Slater, J. P. Smith, J. W. Watson, and B. Woodbridge. 2017. Modeled directed movements of golden eagles in western North America [abstract]. Page 17 [In] 2017 Raptor Research Conference, 7-11 November 2017, Salt Lake City. Linkto https://raptorresearchfoundation.org/files/2017/10/conference_program_2017.pdf#page=19 (Offsite)

Welker, Jeffery M.

Weller, Theodore J.

Werner, Scott

  • Clarke, L., J. C. Hagelin, and S. Werner. 2015. The chemical senses in birds. Chapter 7 (pages 89-111) [In] C.G. Scannes, editor. Sturkie’s Avian Physiology (Sixth Edition). Academic Press, New York. https://doi.org/10.1016/B978-0-12-407160-5.00007-5 Linkto https://doi.org/10.1016/B978-0-12-407160-5.00007-5 (Offsite)

Whitman, Jackson S.

  • Booms, T. and J. Whitman. 2009. Verifying status of the Eskimo curlew (Numenius borealis) in Alaska. Division of Wildlife Conservation, Federal Aid Final Performance Report 1 July 2006–30 June 2009, Federal Aid in Wildlife Restoration Grant T-3-1, Juneau. Linkto http://www.adfg.alaska.gov/static/home/library/pdfs/wildlife/research_pdfs/eskimo_curlews_final.pdf (PDF)
  • Landbirds: Annual and final performance reports for State Wildlife Grant funded projects related to landbirds. Projects are listed below: T-1-6-2: Banding Station, Creamer's Field. (Alaska Bird Observatory). T-1-16-6: Passerine Data Analysis and Monitoring at the Creamer's Field Migration Station (Alaska Bird Observatory). T-3-1-3.11: Verifying the status of the Eskimo curlew (Numenius borealis) in Alaska.T-3-1-4.12: Assessing the value of Alaska state lands for an imperiled species, the Rusty Blackbird. T-1-6-5: Distribution and seasonal habitat use of American dippers.T-4-1-2: American Dipper nesting ecology. Part 1: Phenology patterns and distribution in an exceptional year; Part 2: Bird blowfly infestations in nests. T-1-6-7: Breeding ecology and habitat quality for arctic warbler in Interior Alaska.T-9-1-2.0: Population structure and conservation status of spruce grouse in Southeast Alaska. T-3-1-4.10: Inventory and monitoring of landbirds on state lands. Linkto http://www.adfg.alaska.gov/static/home/library/pdfs/wildlife/federal_aid/landbirds.pdf (PDF)
  • Pendleton, G. W., M. L. Kissling, J. S. Whitman, and S. B. Lewis. 2009. Factors affecting owl detection probability in Alaska [poster]. The Wildlife Society, 16th annual conference, September 20-24, 2009, Monterey, CA. Linkto http://www.adfg.alaska.gov/static/home/library/pdfs/wildlife/posters/factors_affecting_owl_detection_probability_poster.pdf (PDF)
  • Raptors: State Wildlife Grant performance reports for projects involving raptors. Combined progress reports completed during 2003-2009 for the following projects: T-1-8-6.0: Interagency goshawk study on the Tongass National Forest: technical assistance, analysis, and dissemination.T-3-1-5.10:  The population status and trend of peregrine falcons, gyrfalcons, and other raptors in western and northwestern Alaska (Region V).T-3-1-5.11:  Ecology of boreal owls (Aegolius funereus) in Interior Alaska.T-3-1-5.12: Monitoring raptor nesting fluctuations on Minto Flats State Game Refuge, Alaska.T-3-1-5.13: Distribution, abundance, and ecology of forest owls in Southeast Alaska.T-3-1-5.14: Monitoring population fluctuations in boreal owls in Interior Alaska. Linkto http://www.adfg.alaska.gov/static/home/library/pdfs/wildlife/federal_aid/raptors.pdf (PDF)
  • Whitman, J. 2007. Verifying status of the Eskimo curlew (Numenius borealis) in Alaska. Division of Wildlife Conservation, Federal Aid Interim Performance Report 1 July 2006–30 June 2007, Federal Aid in Wildlife Restoration Grant T-3-1, Juneau. Linkto http://www.adfg.alaska.gov/static/home/library/pdfs/wildlife/research_pdfs/eskimo_curlew_2006_2007.pdf (PDF)
  • Whitman, J. 2008. Verifying status of the Eskimo curlew (Numenius borealis) in Alaska. Division of Wildlife Conservation, Federal Aid Interim Performance Report 1 July 2007–30 June 2008, Federal Aid in Wildlife Restoration Grant T-3-1, Juneau. Linkto http://www.adfg.alaska.gov/static/home/library/pdfs/wildlife/research_pdfs/eskimo_curlews_2007_2008.pdf (PDF)

Willson, Mary F.

  • Landbirds: Annual and final performance reports for State Wildlife Grant funded projects related to landbirds. Projects are listed below: T-1-6-2: Banding Station, Creamer's Field. (Alaska Bird Observatory). T-1-16-6: Passerine Data Analysis and Monitoring at the Creamer's Field Migration Station (Alaska Bird Observatory). T-3-1-3.11: Verifying the status of the Eskimo curlew (Numenius borealis) in Alaska.T-3-1-4.12: Assessing the value of Alaska state lands for an imperiled species, the Rusty Blackbird. T-1-6-5: Distribution and seasonal habitat use of American dippers.T-4-1-2: American Dipper nesting ecology. Part 1: Phenology patterns and distribution in an exceptional year; Part 2: Bird blowfly infestations in nests. T-1-6-7: Breeding ecology and habitat quality for arctic warbler in Interior Alaska.T-9-1-2.0: Population structure and conservation status of spruce grouse in Southeast Alaska. T-3-1-4.10: Inventory and monitoring of landbirds on state lands. Linkto http://www.adfg.alaska.gov/static/home/library/pdfs/wildlife/federal_aid/landbirds.pdf (PDF)

Woodbridge, Brian

  • Brown, J. L., B. Bedrosian, D. A. Bell, M. A. Braham, A. Duerr, T. Miller, T. L. Booms, J. Cooper, E. H. Craig, R. H. Crandall, J. Didonato, R. Domenech, A. Shreading, J. R. Dunk, A. R. Harmata, M. J. Lanzone, D. Laplante, S. B. Lewis, T. Lickfett, B. W. Smith, C. L. McIntyre, R. K. Murphy, B. R. Noon, S. J. Slater, J. P. Smith, J. W. Watson, and B. Woodbridge. 2017. Modeled directed movements of golden eagles in western North America [abstract]. Page 17 [In] 2017 Raptor Research Conference, 7-11 November 2017, Salt Lake City. Linkto https://raptorresearchfoundation.org/files/2017/10/conference_program_2017.pdf#page=19 (Offsite)

Woodby, Douglas

Woodford, Riley G.

Worton, Carrie

  • Worton, C., K. Nesvacil, P. Tschersich, R. Baer, and V. Gill. 2016. Dungeness crab pot survey and spatial monitoring of sea otter bycatch in Ugak Bay, the Trinity Islands, and Alitak Bay in the Kodiak Area, 2014. Alaska Department of Fish and Game, Divisions of Sport Fish and Commercial Fisheries, Fishery Data Series No. 16-11, Anchorage. Linkto http://www.adfg.alaska.gov/FedAidPDFs/FDS16-11.pdf

Wright, John M.

Author names that begin with the letter Z


Zarnke, Randall L.