Ursus Volume 19(1)

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Dunn, W. C., J. H. Elwell, and G. Tunberg. 2008. Safety Education in Bear Country: Are People Getting the Message?  Ursus 19(1):43-52.  View PDF>>>

Galbreath, G. J., M. Hunt, T. Clements, and L. P. Waits.  2008.  An Apparent Hybrid Wild Bear from Cambodia.  Ursus 19(1):85-86.  View PDF>>>

Huber, D., J. Kusak, A. Majińá-SkrbinŇ°ek, D. Majnarińá, and M. Sindińćińá  2008.  A Multidimensional Approach to Managing the European Brown Bear in Croatia.  Ursus 19(1):22-32.  View PDF>>>

Koike, S., and T. Hazumi.  2008.  Notes on Asiatic Black Bears Denning Habits in the Misaka Mountains, Central Japan.  Ursus 19(1):80-84.  View PDF>>>

Matthews, S. M., R. T. Golightly, and J. M. Higley. 2008. Mark-Resight Density Estimation for American Black Bears in Hoopa, California.  Ursus 19(1):13-21.  View PDF>>>

Mazur, R.  2008.  Backpacker Use of Bear-Resistant Canisters and Lockers at Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks. Ursus 19(1):53-58.  View PDF>>>

Obbard, M. E., B. A. Pond, A. Schenk, R. Black, M. N. Hall, and B. Jackson.  2008. Suspended Baits: Can They Help Hunters Distinguish Male from Female American Black Bears?  Ursus 19(1):33-42.  View PDF>>>

Schwartz, C. C., and G. C. White. 2008.  Estimating Reproductive Rates for Female Bears: Proportions versus Transition Probabilities. Ursus 19(1):1-12.  View PDF>>>

Swenson, J. E.,  and M. A. Haroldson. 2008. Observations of Mixed-Aged Litters in Brown Bears. Ursus 19(1):73-79.  View PDF>>>

Thiemann, G. W. 2008. Using fatty acid signatures to study bear foraging: Technical considerations and future applications. Ursus 19(1):59-72. View PDF>>>