Ursus Volume 19(2)

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Ambarli, H. S., and C. C. Bilgin. 2008. Human-Brown Bear Conflicts in Artvin, Northeastern Turkey: Encounters, Damage, and Attitudes. Ursus 19:146-153. View PDF >>>

Ciucci, P., and L. Boitani. 2008. The Apennine Brown Bear: A Critical Review of Its Status and Conservation Problems. Ursus 19:130-145. View PDF >>>

Edwards, M. A., J. A. Nagy, and A. E. Derocher. 2008. Using Subpopulation Structure for Barren-Ground Grizzly Bear Management. Ursus 19:91-104. View PDF >>>

Garshelis, D. L., W. Hao, W. Dajun, Z. Xiaojian, L. Sheng, and W. J. McShea. 2008. Do Revised Giant Panda Population Estimates Aid in Their Conservation? Ursus 19:168-176. View PDF >>>

Gervasi, V., P. Ciucci, J. Boulanger, M. Posillico, C. Sulli, S. Focardi, E. Randi, and L. Boitani. 2008. A Preliminary Estimate of the Apennine Brown Bear Population Size Based on Hair-Snag Sampling and Multiple Data Source Mark-Recapture Huggins Models. Ursus 19:105-121. View PDF >>>

Goldstein, I., V. Guerrero, and R. Moreno. 2008. Are There Andean Bears in Panama? Ursus 19:185-189. View PDF >>>

Lyman, R. L. 2008. Spondyloarthropathy in Cervical Vertebrae of Late Prehistoric Black Bear from Northwestern Oregon, USA. Ursus 19:194-197. View PDF >>>

Mano, T., and N. Ishii. 2008. Bear Gallbladder Trade Issues and a Framework for Bear Management in Japan. Ursus 19:122-129. View PDF >>>

Saito, M., K. Yamauchi, and T. Aoi. 2008. Individual Identification of Asiatic Black Bears Using Extracted DNA from Damaged Crops. Ursus 19:162-167. View PDF >>>

Sĝrensen, O. J., M. Totsċs, T. Solstad, and R. Rigg. 2008. Predation by a Golden Eagle on a Brown Bear Cub. Ursus 19:190-193. View PDF >>>

Wolverton, S. 2008. Characteristics of Late Holocene American Black Bears in Missouri: Evidence from Two Natural Traps. Ursus 19:177-184. View PDF >>>

Yamazaki, K., C. Kozakai, S. Kasai, Y. Goto, S. Koike, and K. Furubayashi. 2008. A Preliminary Evaluation of Activity-Sensing GPS Collars for Estimating Daily Activity Patterns of Japanese Black Bears. Ursus 19:154-161. View PDF >>>