Ursus Volume 15(1)

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Austin, Matthew A.  2004.  Grizzly bear recovery planning in the British Columbia portion of the North Cascades: lessons learned and re-learned.  Ursus 15(1):124-129.  View PDF>>>

Can, O. Emre, and & Inci Togan.  2004.  Status and management of brown bears in Turkey.  Ursus 15(1):50-55.  View PDF>>>

Goldstein, Isaac R.  2004.  Spectacled bear use of the epiphytic bromeliad Tillandsia fendleri at Quebrada el Molino, Venezuela.  Ursus 15(1):56-58.  View PDF>>>

Gunther, Kerry A., Steven L. Cain, Jeff Copeland, Kevin Frey, Mark A. Haroldson, and Charles C. Schwartz.  2004.  Grizzly bear-human conflicts in the Greater Yellowstone ecosystem, 1992-2000.  Ursus 15(1):10-24.  View PDF>>>

Hilderbrand, Grant V., Sean D. Farley, Charles C. Schwartz, and Charles T. Robbins.  2004.  Importance of salmon to wildlife: implications for integrated management.  Ursus 15(1):1-9.  View PDF>>>

Hristienko, Hank, Douglas Pastuck, Ken J. Rebizant, Brian Knudsen, and M. Laurene Connor.  2004.  Using reproductive data to model American black bear cub orphaning in Manitoba due to spring harvest of females.  Ursus 15(1):25-36.  View PDF>>>

Mace, Richard D.  2004.  Integrating science and road access management: lessons from the Northern Continental Divide Ecosystem.  Ursus 15(1):130-137.  View PDF>>>

Mattson, David J., and Troy Merrill.   2004.  A model-based appraisal of habitat conditions for grizzly bears in the Cabinet-Yaak region of Montana and Idaho.  Ursus 15(1):78-91.  View PDF>>>

Miller, Sterling D., and Thomas France.   2004.  Small populations of grizzly bears in the US-Canada transborder region: Introduction to the workshop proceedings.  Ursus 15(1):63-66.  View PDF>>>

Morgan, Chris P., James Davis, Tim Ford, and Nan Laney.  2004.  Promoting understanding:  the approach of the North Cascades grizzly bear outreach project.  Ursus 15(1):138-142.  View PDF>>>

Mueller, Cedar, Stephen Herrero, and Michael L. Gibeau.  2004.  Distribution of subadult grizzly bears in relation to human development in the Bow River watershed, Alberta.  Ursus 15(1):37-49.  View PDF>>>

Primm, Steve, and Seth M. Wilson.  2004.  Re-connecting grizzly bear populations: prospects for participatory projects.  Ursus 15(1):106-116.  View PDF>>>

Singleton, Peter H., William L. Gaines, and John F. Lehmkuhl.  2004.  Landscape permeability for grizzly bear movements in Washington and southwestern British Columbia.  Ursus 15(1):92-105.  View PDF>>>

Summerfield, Bob, Wayne Johnson, and David Roberts.  2004.  Trends in road development and access management in the Cabinet–Yaak and Selkirk grizzly bear recovery zones.  Ursus 15(1):117-123.  View PDF>>>

Troya, Verónica, Francisco Cuesta, and Manuel Peralvo.  2004.  Food habits of Andean bears in the Oyacachi River Basin, Ecuador.  Ursus 15(1):59-62.  View PDF>>>      

Wakkinen, Wayne L., and Wayne F. Kasworm.  2004.  Demographics and population trends of grizzly bears in the Cabinet-Yaak and Selkirk Ecosystems of British Columbia, Idaho, Montana, and Washington.  Ursus 15(1):67-77.  View PDF>>>