Ursus Volume 10

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Arthur, S. M., G. W. Garner, and T. L. Olson.  1995.  Identifying and mitigating errors in satellite telemetry of polar bears.  Ursus 10:413-419.  View PDF>>>

Barnes, Jr., V. G., and R. B. Smith. 1995. Estimates of brown bear abundance on Kodiak Island, Alaska.  Ursus 10:1-9.  View PDF>>>

Bath, A. J. 1995. The role of human dimensions in wildlife resource research in wildlife management.  Ursus 10:349-355.  View PDF>>>

Belikov, S. E., and A. N. Boltunov. 1995.  Problems with conservation and sustainable use of polar bears in the Russian Arctic.  Ursus 10:119-127.  View PDF>>>

Belikov, S. E., G. W. Garner, O. Wiig, A. N. Boltunov, and Y. A. Gorbunov.  1995. Polar bears of the Severnaya Zemlya Archipelago of the Russian Arctic.  Ursus 10:33-40.  View PDF>>>

Black, L. T.  1995.  Bear in human imagination and in ritual.  Ursus 10:343-347.  View PDF>>>

Boone, W. R., J. C. Catlin, K. J. Casey, E. T. Boone, P. S. Dye, R. J. Schuett, J. O. Rosenberg, T. Tsubota, and J. M. Bahr.  1995.  Bears as induced ovulators - a preliminary study.  Ursus 10:503-505.  View PDF>>>

Calvert, W., and M. A. Ramsay.  1995.  Evaluation of age determination of polar bears by counts of cementum growth layer groups.  Ursus 10:449-453.  View PDF>>>

Case, R. L., and L. Buckland.  1995.  Reproductive characteristics of grizzly bears in the Kugluktuk Area, Northwest Territories, Canada.  Ursus 10:41-47.  View PDF>>>

Chestin, I. E.  1995.  Trade in brown bear gall bladders in Russia.  Ursus 10:161-166.  View PDF>>>

Chi, D. K., D. Chester, and B. K. Gilbert.  1995.  Effects of capture procedures on black bear activity at an Alaskan salmon stream.  Ursus 10:563-569.  View PDF>>>

Clark, D. A., and I. Stirling.  1995.  Habitat preferences of polar bears in the Hudson Bay lowlands during late summer and fall.  Ursus 10:243-250.  View PDF>>>

Clark, J. D., S. R. Hayes, and J. M. Pledger.  1995. A female black bear denning habitat model using a Geographic Information System.  Ursus 10:181-185.  View PDF>>>

Consolo Murphy, S., and B. Kaeding.  1995.  Fishing Bridge: 25 years of controversy regarding grizzly bear management in Yellowstone National Park.  Ursus 10:385-393.  View PDF>>>

Craighead, D. J.  1995.  An integrated satellite technique to evaluate grizzly bear habitat use.  Ursus 10:187-201.  View PDF>>>

Craighead, F. L., H. V. Reynolds, C. Strobeck, and E. R. Vyse.  1995.  Use of microsatellite DNA analyses to infer breeding behavior and demographic processes in an Arctic grizzly bear population.  Ursus 10:323-327.  View PDF>>>

Craighead, J. J.  1995.  Status of the Yellowstone grizzly bear population: has it recovered, should it be delisted?  Ursus 10:597-602.  View PDF>>>

Elgmork, K., and S. Unander.  1995.  Brown bear use of ant mounds in Scandinavia.  Ursus 10:269-274.  View PDF>>>

Fischer, H., and M. Roy.  1995.  New approaches to citizen participation in endangered species management: recovery in the Bitterroot Ecosystem.  Ursus 10:603-606.  View PDF>>>

Garshelis, D. L., and C. R. Mclaughlin.  1995.  Review and evaluation of breakaway devices for bear radiocollars.  Ursus 10:459-465.  View PDF>>>

Garshelis, D. L., K. V. Noyce, and P. L. Coy.  1995.  Calculating average age of first reproduction free of the biases prevalent in bear studies.  Ursus 10:437-447.  View PDF>>>

Gautestad, A. O., I. Mysterud, and M. R. Pelton.  1995.  Complex movement and scale-free habitat use: testing the multi-scaled home-range model on black bear telemetry data.  Ursus 10:219-234.  View PDF>>>

Gibeau, M. L.  1995.  Grizzly bear habitat effectiveness model for Banff, Yoho, and Kootenay National Parks, Canada.  Ursus 10:235-241.  View PDF>>>

Gniadek, S. J., and K. C. Kendall.  1995.  A summary of bear management in Glacier National Park, Montana, 1960-1994.  Ursus 10:155-159.  View PDF>>>

Groff, C., A. Caliari, E. Dorigatti, and A. Gozzi.  1995.  Selection of denning caves by brown bears in Trentino, Italy.  Ursus 10:275-279.  View PDF>>>

Gula, R., W. Frackowiak, and K. Perzanowski.  1995.  Current status and conservation needs of brown bears in the Polish Carpathians.  Ursus 10:81-86.  View PDF>>>

Gunther, K. A., and H. E. Hoekstra.  1995.  Bear-inflicted human injuries in Yellowstone National Park, 1970-1994.  Ursus 10:377-384.  View PDF>>>

Gutleb, B.  1995.  The brown bear in Carinthia: history and status in Southern Austria.  Ursus 10:75-79.  View PDF>>>

Hellgren, E. C.  1995.  Physiology of hibernation in bears.  Ursus 10:467-477.  View PDF>>>

Herrero, S., and A. Higgins, A.  1995.  Field use of Capsicum spray as a bear deterrent.  Ursus 10:533-537.  View PDF>>>

Huber, D., J. Kusak, and A. Frkovic.  1995.  Traffic kills of brown bears in Gorski Kotar, Croatia.  Ursus 10:167-171.  View PDF>>>

Jones, M. D., G. S. Warburton, and M. R. Pelton.  1995.  Models for predicting occupied black bear habitat in coastal North Carolina.  Ursus 10:203-207.  View PDF>>>

Kasbohm, J. W., M. R. Vaughan, and J. G. Kraus.  1995.  Black bear home range dynamics and movement patterns during a gypsy moth infestation.  Ursus 10:259-267.  View PDF>>>

Kasworm, W. F., T. J. Thier, and C. Servheen.  1995.  Grizzly bear recovery efforts in the Cabinet/Yaak Ecosystem.  Ursus 10:147-153.  View PDF>>>

Koene, P.  1995.  Adaptation of blind brown bears to a new environment and its residents: stereotypy and play as welfare indicators.  Ursus 10:579-587.  View PDF>>>

Kohn, M. H., and F. Knauer.  1995.  Phylogeography of brown bears in Europe and excremental PCR: the new tool in the genetic analysis of animals in the wild.  Ursus 10:315-321.  View PDF>>>

Kontio, B. D., D. L. Garshelis, E. C. Birney, and D. E. Andersen.  1995.  Resilience of a Minnesota black bear population to heavy hunting: self-sustaining population or population sink?  Ursus 10:139-146.  View PDF>>>

Kusak, J., and D. Huber.  1995.  Brown bear habitat quality in Gorski Kotar, Croatia.  Ursus 10:281-291.  View PDF>>>

Machutchon, A. G., S. Himmer, H. Davis, and M. Gallagher.  1995.  Temporal and spatial activity patterns among coastal bear populations.  Ursus 1:539-546.  View PDF>>>

Mano, T.  1995.  Harvest history of brown bears in the Oshima Peninsula, Hokkaido, Japan.  Ursus 10:173-180.  View PDF>>>

Matson, G. M., and K. D. Kerr.  1995.  A method for dating Tetracycline biomarkers in black bear cementum.  Ursus 10:455-458.  View PDF>>>

Mattson, D. J.  1995.  Changes in mortality of Yellowstone's grizzly bears.  Ursus 10:129-138.  View PDF>>>

Mattson, D. J.  1995.  Diet and morphology of extant and recently extinct northern bears.  Ursus 10:479-496.  View PDF>>>

McDonald, Jr., J. E., and T. K. Fuller.  1995.  Testing assumptions in bear research: using statistical power analysis to estimate effects of den type on black bear cub survival.  Ursus 10:405-411.  View PDF>>>

McLellan, B. N.  1995.  Maintaining viability of brown bears along the southern fringe of their distribution.  Ursus 10:607-611.  View PDF>>>

Milbury, P. E., M. R. Vaughan, S. Farley, G. J. Matula, Jr., V. A. Convertino, and W. R. Matson. 1995.  A comparative bear model for Immobility-induced osteopenia.  Ursus 10:507-520.  View PDF>>>

Miller, D. A., E. M. Hallerman, M. R. Vaughan, and J. W. Kasboh.  1995.  Genetic variation in black bear populations from Louisiana and Arkansas: examining the potential influence of reintroductions from Minnesota.  Ursus 10:335-341.  View PDF>>>

Miller, S. M., S. D. Miller, and D. W. Mccollum.  1995.  Attitudes toward and relative value of Alaskan brown and black bears to resident voters, resident hunters, and nonresident hunters.  Ursus 10:357-376.  View PDF>>>

Murphy, K. M., G. S. Felzien, M. G. Hornocker, and T. K. Ruth.  1995.  Encounter competition between bears and cougars: some ecological implications.  Ursus 10:55-60.  View PDF>>>

Noble, W. O., and E. C. Meslow.  1995.  Spring foraging and forest damage by black bears in the central coast ranges of Oregon.  Ursus 10:293-298.  View PDF>>>

Noyce, K. V., and D. Garshelis.  1995.  Spring weight changes in black bears in Northcentral Minnesota: the negative foraging period revisited.  Ursus 10:521-531.  View PDF>>>

O'Brien, S. L., and F. G. Lindzey.  1995.  Aerial sightability and classification of grizzly bears at moth aggregation sites in the Absaroka Mountains, Wyoming.  Ursus 10:427-435.  View PDF>>>

Obbard, M. E., B. A. Pond, and A. Perera.  1995.  Preliminary evaluation of GPS collars for analysis of habitat use and activity patterns of black bears.  Ursus 10:209-217.  View PDF>>>

Olson, T. L., G. W. Garner, and S. M. Arthur.  1995.  Methodology for maintaining observer independence in aerial strip transect surveys.  Ursus 10:421-425.  View PDF>>>

Olson, T. L., R. C. Squibb, and B. K. Gilbert.  1995.  Brown bear diurnal activity and human use: a comparison of two salmon streams.  Ursus 10:547-555.  View PDF>>>

Ovsyanikovl , N.  1995.  Den use and social interactions of polar bears during spring in a dense denning area on Herald Island, Russia.  Ursus 10:251-258.  View PDF>>>

Paetkau, D., and C. Strobeck.  1995.  Ecological genetic studies of bears using microsatellite analysis.  Ursus 10:299-306.  View PDF>>>

Pajetnov, V. S., and S. V. Pajetnov.  1995.  Food competition and grouping behavior of orphaned brown bear cubs in Russia.  Ursus 10:571-574.  View PDF>>>

Peek, J. M.  1995.  Experiences with a committee of user groups examining grizzly bear restoration in Idaho.  Ursus 10:613-614.  View PDF>>>

Peyton, B., E. Yerena, D. I. Rumiz, R. Jorgenson, and J. Orejuela.  1995.  Status of wild Andean Bears and policies for their management.  Ursus 10:87-100.  View PDF>>>

Revenko, I. A.  1995.  Status of brown bears in Kamchatka, Russian Far East.  Ursus 10:11-16.  View PDF>>>

Scanlon, P. F., M. R. Vaughan, and W. E. Beal.  1995.  Split parturition in a black bear.  Ursus 10:61-61.  View PDF>>>

Schirokauer, D. W., and H. M. Boyd.  1995.  Bear-human conflict management in Denali National Park and Preserve, 1982-94.  Ursus 10:395-403.  View PDF>>>

Schoen, J. W.  1995.  Introduction to a panel discussion: recovery of threatened grizzly bear populations in North America.  Ursus 10:589.  View PDF>>>

Schrage, M. W., and M. R. Vaughan.  1995.  Population responses of black bears following oak mortality induced by gypsy moths.  Ursus 10:49-54.  View PDF>>>

Servheen, C.  1995.  Conservation of small bear populations through strategic planning.  Ursus 10:67-73.  View PDF>>>

Servheen, C.  1995.  The Grizzly Bear Recovery Program: current status and future considerations.  Ursus 10:591-596.  View PDF>>>

Suring, L. H., K. R. Barber, C. C. Schwartz, T. N. Bailey, W. C. Shuster, and M. D. Tetreau.  1995. Analysis of cumulative effects on brown bears on the Kenai Peninsula, Southcentral Alaska.  Ursus 10:107-117.  View PDF>>>

Swenson, J. E., F. Sandegren, A. Bjarvall, and P. Wabakken.  1995.  Living with success: research needs for an expanding brown bear population.  Ursus 10:17-23.  View PDF>>>

Ternent, M. A., and D. L. Garshelis.  1995.  Male-instigated break-up of a family of black bears.  Ursus 10:575-578.  View PDF>>>

Tumanov, I. L.  1995.  Reproductive characteristics of captive European brown bears and growth rates of their cubs in Russia.  Ursus 10:63-65.  View PDF>>>

Waits, L., D. Paetkau, C. Strobeck, and R. H. Ward.  1995.  A comparison of genetic diversity in North American brown bears.  Ursus 10:307-314.  View PDF>>>

White, Jr., D., J. G. Berardinelli, and K. E. Aune.  1995.  Reproductive characteristics of the male grizzly bear in the Continental United States.  Ursus 10:497-501.  View PDF>>>

Wiig, O.  1995.  Survival and reproductive rates for polar bears at Svalbard.  Ursus 10:25-32.  View PDF>>>

Wilker, G. A., and V. G. Barnes, Jr.  1995.  Responses of brown bears to human activities at O'malley River, Kodiak Island, Alaska.  Ursus 10:557-561.  View PDF>>>

Wooding, S., and R. H. Ward.  1995.  Patterns of genetic diversity in a black bear population indicate recent immigration.  Ursus 10:329-333.  View PDF>>>

Yerena, E.  1995.  Protected Areas for the Andean bear in South America.  Ursus 10:101-106.  View PDF>>>