Ursus Volume 9(1)

Alphabetically listed by first author

Part 1 - Missoula, Montana  1994

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Ames, A..  1994.  Object manipulation in captive polar bears.  International Conf. Bear Res. and Manage.  9:443-449.  View PDF>>>

Aumiller, L. D., and A. M. Colleen.  1994.  Management of McNeil River State Game Sanctuary for viewing of brown bears.  International Conf. Bear Res. and Manage.  9:51-61.  View PDF>>>

Aune, K. E.  1994.  Comparative ecology of black and grizzly bears on the Rocky Mountain Front, Montana.  International Conf. Bear Res. and Manage.  9:365-374.  View PDF>>>

Aune, K. E., R. D. Mace, and D. W. Carney.  1994.  The reproductive biology of female grizzly bears in the Northern Continental Divide Ecosystem with supplemental data from the Yellowstone Ecosystem.  International Conf. Bear Res. and Manage.  9:451-458.  View PDF>>>

Baekken, B., K. Elgmork, and P. Wabakken.  1994.  The Vassfaret brown bear population in central-south Norway no longer detectable.  International Conf. Bear Res. and Manage.  9:179-185.  View PDF>>>

Banci, V., D. A. Demarchi, and W. R. Archibald.  1994.  Evaluation of the population status of grizzly bears in Canada.  International Conf. Bear Res. and Manage.  9:129-142.  View PDF>>>

Barnes, Jr., V. G.  1994.  Brown bear-human interactions associated with deer hunting on Kodiak Island.  International Conf. Bear Res. and Manage.  9:63-73.  View PDF>>>

Beringer, J., S. G. Seibert, and M. R. Pelton.  1994.  Transmitter drops as a technique for detecting black bear habitat use.  International Conf. Bear Res. and Manage.  9:303-307.  View PDF>>>

Burton, T., D. Koch, D. Updike, and A. Brody, MD.  1994.  Evaluation of the potential effects of sport hunting on California black bears.  International Conf. Bear Res. and Manage. 9:231-235.  View PDF>>>

Carrel, W. K.  1994.  Reproductive history of female black bears from dental cementum.  International Conf. Bear Res. and Manage.  9:205-212.  View PDF>>>

Chestin, I. E.  1994.  Some comments on different methods of counting brown bear, Ursus arctos L., 1758, populations used in the former USSR.  International Conf. Bear Res. and Manage.  9:295-299.  View PDF>>>

Clark, J. D., D. L. Clapp, K. G. Smith, and B. Ederington.  1994.  Black bear habitat use in relation to food availability in the interior highlands of Arkansas.  International Conf. Bear Res. and Manage.  9:309-318.  View PDF>>>

Clarkson, P. L. and I. S. Liepins.  1994.  Grizzly bear population estimate and characteristics in the Anderson and Horton Rivers Area, Northwest Territories, 1987-89.  International Conf. Bear Res. and Manage.  9:213-221.  View PDF>>>

Costello, C. M. and R. W. Sage,  Jr.  1994.  Predicting black bear habitat selection from food abundance under 3 forest management systems.   International Conf. Bear Res. and Manage.  9:375-387.  View PDF>>>

Craighead, L., E. R. Vyse, and H. V. Reynolds, III.  1994.  Paternity determination with DNA fingerprinting in a grizzly population.  International Conf. Bear Res. and Manage.  9:529-531.  View PDF>>>

Danilov, P..  1994.  The brown bear of northwest Russia.  International Conf. Bear Res. and Manage.  9:199-203.  View PDF>>>

Fagen, J. M., and R. Fagen.  1994.  Bear-human interactions at Pack Creek, Alaska.  International Conf. Bear Res. and Manage.  9:109-114.  View PDF>>>

Folk, Jr., G. E., P. S. Cooper, and M. A. Folk.  1994.  A method for comparing polar bears eating nearly 100% fat with fasted bears.  International Conf. Bear Res. and Manage.  9:459-460.  View PDF>>>

France, T.  1994.  Politics, forest management, and bears.  International Conf. Bear Res. and Manage.  9:523-528.  View PDF>>>

French, S. P., M. G. French, and R. R. Knight.  1994.  Grizzly bear use of army cutworm moths in the Yellowstone Ecosystem.  International Conf. Bear Res. and Manage.  9:389-399.  View PDF>>>

Gaines, W. L., R. H. Naney, P. H. Morrison, J. R. Eby, G. F. Wooten, and J. A. Almack.  1994.  Use of Landsat multispectral scanner imagery and geographic information systems to map vegetation in the North Cascades Grizzly Bear Ecosystem.  International Conf. Bear Res. and Manage.  9:533-547.  View PDF>>>

Garner, G. W., S. E. Belikov, M. S. Stishov, V. G. Barnes,  Jr., and S. M. Arthur.   1994.  Dispersal patterns of maternal polar bears from the denning concentration on Wrangel Island.  International Conf. Bear Res. and Manage.  9:401-410.  View PDF>>>

Gillin, C. M., F. M. Hammond,  and C. M. Peterson.  1994.  Evaluation of an aversive conditioning technique used on female grizzly bears in the Yellowstone Ecosystem.  International Conf. Bear Res. and Manage.  9:503-512.  View PDF>>>

Gunther, K. A.  1994.  Bear management in Yellowstone National Park, 1960-93.  International Conf. Bear Res. and Manage.  9:549-560.  View PDF>>>

Hayes, S. G. and M. R. Pelton.  1994.  Habitat characteristics of female black bear dens in northwestern Arkansas. International Conf. Bear Res. and Manage.  9:411-418.  View PDF>>>

Hazumi, T.  1994.  Status of Japanese black bear.  International Conf. Bear Res. and Manage.  9:145-148.  View PDF>>>

Herrera, A.-M., J. Nassar, F. Michelangeli, J. P. Rodriguez, and D. Torres.  1994.  The spectacled bear in the Sierra Nevada National Park of Venezuela.  International Conf. Bear Res. and Manage.  9:149-156.  View PDF>>>

Herrero, S.  1994.  The Canadian national parks and grizzly bear ecosystems:  the need for interagency management.  International Conf. Bear Res. and Manage.  9:7-21.  View PDF>>>

Kalabér, L., A. Negrutiu, I. Micu, A. Dogaru, and M. Brateanu.  1994.  Distribution and ecology of brown bear in Romania.  International Conf. Bear Res. and Manage.  9:173-178.  View PDF>>>

Kasbohm, J. W., M. R. Vaughan, and J. G. Kraus.  1994.  Behavioral responses of black bears to gypsy moth infestation in Shenandoah National Park, Virginia.  International Conf. Bear Res. and Manage.  9:461-470.  View PDF>>>

Kasworm, W. F., and T. J. Thier.  1994.  Adult black bear reproduction, survival, and mortality sources in northwest Montana.  International Conf. Bear Res. and Manage.  9:223-230.  View PDF>>>

Kellert, S. R.  1994.  Public attitudes toward bears and their conservation.  International Conf. Bear Res. and Manage.  9:43-50.  View PDF>>>

Koch, D. B.  1994.  Biopolitical management of mountain lions, tule elk, and black bears in California. International Conf. Bear Res. and Manage.  9:561-566.  View PDF>>>

Kolenosky, G. B., B. A. Pond, and K. F. Abraham.  1994.  Population characteristics of polar bears in southern Hudson Bay.  International Conf. Bear Res. and Manage.  9:301.  View PDF>>>

Lee, J., and M. Taylor.  1994.  Aspects of the polar bear harvest in the Northwest Territories, Canada.  International Conf. Bear Res. and Manage.  9:237-243.  View PDF>>>

Li, X., M. Yiqing, G. Zhongxin, and L. Fuyuan.  1994.  Characteristics of dens and selection of denning habitat for bears in the South Xiaoxinganling Mountains, China.  International Conf. Bear Res. and Manage.  9:357-362.  View PDF>>>

Mace, R. D., T. L. Manley, and K. E. Aune.  1994.  Factors affecting the photographic detection rate of grizzly bears in the Swan Mountains, Montana. International Conf. Bear Res. and Manage.  9:245-251.  View PDF>>>

Mano, T.  1994.  Home range and habitat use of brown bears in the southwestern Oshima Peninsula, Hokkaido.  International Conf. Bear Res. and Manage.  9:319-325.  View PDF>>>

Martinka, C. J.  1994.  Reflections on the recent history of bears.  International Conf. Bear Res. and Manage.  9:1-5.  View PDF>>>

McCarthy, T. M., and R. J. Seavoy.  1994.  Reducing nonsport losses attributable to food conditioning:  human and bear behavior modification in an urban environment.  International Conf. Bear Res. and Manage.  9:75-84.  View PDF>>>

McClellan, B., and D. C. Reiner.  1994.  A review of bear evolution.  International Conf. Bear Res. and Manage.  9:85-96.  View PDF>>>

McLaughlin, C. R., G. J. Matula, Jr., and R. J. O'Connor.  1994.  Synchronous reproduction by Maine black bears.  International Conf. Bear Res. and Manage.  9:471-479.  View PDF>>>

McLean, P. K., and M. R. Pelton.   1994.  Estimates of population density and growth of black bears in the Smoky Mountains.  International Conf. Bear Res. and Manage.  9:253-261.  View PDF>>>

Mertzanis, G. A.  1994.  Brown bear in Greece:  distribution, present status--ecology of a northern Pindus subpopulation.  International Conf. Bear Res. and Manage.  9:187-197.  View PDF>>>

Miller, S. D.  1994.  Black bear reproduction and cub survivorship in south-central Alaska.  International Conf. Bear Res. and Manage.  9:263-273.  View PDF>>>

Mills, J., and C. Servheen.  1994.  The Asian trade in bears and bear parts:  impacts and conservation recommendations.  International Conf. Bear Res. and Manage.  9:161-167.  View PDF>>>

Moir, W. H., and L. S. Huckaby.  1994.  Displacement ecology of trees near upper timberline.  International Conf. Bear Res. and Manage.  9:35-42.  View PDF>>>

Noyce, K. V., and D. L. Garshelis.  1994.  Body size and blood characteristics as indicators of condition and reproductive performance in black bears.  International Conf. Bear Res. and Manage.  9:481-496.  View PDF>>>

Obbard, M. E., and G. B. Kolenosky.  1994.  Seasonal movements of female black bears in the boreal forest of Ontario in relation to timber harvesting. International Conf. Bear Res. and Manage.  9:363.  View PDF>>>

Olson, T. L., and B. K. Gilbert.  1994.  Variable impacts of people on brown bear use of an Alaskan river.  International Conf. Bear Res. and Manage. 9:97-106.  View PDF>>>

Pacas, C. J., and P. C. Paquet.  1994.  Analysis of black bear home range using a Geographic Information System.  International Conf. Bear Res. and Manage.  9:419-425.  View PDF>>>

Peyton, B.  1994.  Conservation in the developing world:  ideas on how to proceed.  International Conf. Bear Res. and Manage.  9:115-127.  View PDF>>>

Picton, H. D., and K. C. Kendall.  1994.  Chromatographic (TLC) differentiation of grizzly bear and black bear scats.  International Conf. Bear Res. and Manage.  9:497-501.  View PDF>>>

Reid, D. G.  1994.  The focus and role of biological research in giant panda conservation.  International Conf. Bear Res. and Manage.  9:23-33.  View PDF>>>

Revenko, I. A.  1994.  Brown bear (Ursus arctos piscator) reaction to humans on Kamchatka.  International Conf. Bear Res. and Manage.  9:107-108.  View PDF>>>

Riley, S. J., K. Aune, R. D. Mace, and M. J. Madel.  1994. Translocation of nuisance grizzly bears in northwestern Montana.  International Conf. Bear Res. and Manage.  9:567-573.  View PDF>>>

Rossell, Jr., C. R., and J. A. Litvaitis.  1994.  Application of harvest data to examine responses of black bears to land-use changes.  International Conf. Bear Res. and Manage.  9:275-281.  View PDF>>>

Schoen, J. W., R. W. Flynn, L. H. Suring, K. Titus, and L. R. Beier.  1994.  Habitat-capability model for brown bear in southeast Alaska.  International Conf. Bear Res. and Manage.  9:327-337.  View PDF>>>

Schooley, R. L., C. R. McLaughlin, W. B. Krohn, and G. J. Matula, Jr.  1994.  Spatiotemporal patterns of macrohabitat use by female black bears during fall.  International Conf. Bear Res. and Manage.  9:339-348.  View PDF>>>

Sellers, R. A., and L. D. Aumiller.  1994.  Brown bear population characteristics at McNeil River, Alaska.  International Conf. Bear Res. and Manage.  9:283-293.  View PDF>>>

Smith, M. E., J. L. Hechtel, and E. H. Follmann.  1994.  Black bear denning ecology in interior Alaska.  International Conf. Bear Res. and Manage.  9:513-522.  View PDF>>>

Swanson, C. S., D. W. McCollum,  and M. Maj.  1994.  Insights into the economic value of grizzly bears in the Yellowstone Recovery Zone.  International Conf. Bear Res. and Manage.  9:575-582.  View PDF>>>

Weaver, K. M., and M. R. Pelton.  1994.  Denning ecology of black bears in the Tensas River Basin of Louisiana.  International Conf. Bear Res. and Manage.  9:427-433.  View PDF>>>

Wooding, J. B., and T. S. Hardisky.  1994.  Home range, habitat use, and mortality of black bears in north-central Florida.  International Conf. Bear Res. and Manage.  9:349-356.  View PDF>>>

Yaoting, G.  1994.  From hunting, to capturing, to breeding the black bear (Selenarctos thibetanus).  International Conf. Bear Res. and Manage.  9:143-144.  View PDF>>>

Yerena, E., and D. Torres.  1994.  Spectacled bear conservation and dispersal corridors in Venezuela.  International Conf. Bear Res. and Manage.  9:169-172.  View PDF>>>

Yiqing, M.  1994.  Conservation and utilization of the bear resources in China.  International Conf. Bear Res. and Manage.  9:157-159.  View PDF>>>

Young, Jr., D. D., T. R. McCabe, G. W. Garner, and H. V. Reynolds, III.  1994.  Use of a distance-based test of independence to measure grizzly bear-caribou association in northeastern Alaska.  International Conf. Bear Res. and Manage.  9:435-442.  View PDF>>>