Ursus Volume 20(1)

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Flaa, J. P., S. B. Michel, and C. Borstad.  2009.  Building a reliable snare cable for capturing grizzly and American black bears.  Ursus 20(1):50–55.  View PDF>>>

Hoffman, J. D., S. Wilson, and H. H. Genoways.  2009.  Recent occurrence of an American black bear in Nebraska.  Ursus 20(1):69–72.  View PDF>>>

Kohira, M., H. Okada, M. Nakanishi, and M. Yamanaka.  2009.  Modeling the effects of human-caused mortality on the brown bear population on the Shiretoko Peninsula, Hokkaido, Japan.  Ursus 20(1):12–21.  View PDF>>>

McCarthy, T. M., L. P. Waits, and B. Mijiddorj.  2009.  Status of the Gobi bear in Mongolia as determined by noninvasive genetic methods.  Ursus 20(1):30–38.  View PDF>>>

McCown, J. W., P. Kubilis, T. H. Eason, and B. K. Scheick.  2009.  Effect of traffic volume on American black bears in central Florida, USA.  Ursus 20(1):39–46.  View PDF>>>

Oi, T.  2009.  Anthropogenic mortality of Asiatic black bears in two populations in northern Honshu, Japan.  Ursus 20(1):22–29.  View PDF>>>

Robinson, S. J., L. P. Waits, and I. D. Martin.  2009.  Estimating abundance of American black bears using DNA-based capture–mark–recapture models.  Ursus 20(1):1–11.  View PDF>>>

Scheick, B. K., M. W. Cunningham, J. W. McCown, and M. A. Orlando.  2009.  Anchor modification for a foot-hold snare to capture American black bears.  Ursus 20(1):47–49.  View PDF>>>

Stucchi, M., R. Salas-Gismondi, P. Baby, J. L. Guyot, and B. J. Shockey.  2009.  A 6,000+ year-old specimen of a spectacled bear from an Andean cave in Peru.  Ursus 20(1):63–68.  View PDF>>>

Xiangjiang, Z., T. Yi, L. Ming, Z. Zejun, B. Goossens, C. Youping, W. Hongjia, M. Bruford, and W. Fuwen.  2009.  Accurate population size estimates are vital parameters for conserving the giant panda.  Ursus 20(1):56–62.  View PDF>>>