Ursus Volume 18(2)

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Akhtar, N., H. S. Bargali, and N.P.S. Chauhan. 2007. Characteristics of sloth bear day dens and use in disturbed and unprotected habitat of North Bilaspur Forest Division, Chhattisgarh, central India. Ursus 18(2):203-208. View PDF>>>

Breck, S. W., N. Lance, J. Bourassa, S. Matthews, and V. Seher. 2007. An automated system for detecting and reporting trespassing bears in Yosemite National Park.  Ursus 18(2):230-235. View PDF>>>

Brodie, J. F. and M. L. Gibeau. 2007. Brown bear population trends from demographic and monitoring-based estimators. Ursus 18(2):137-144. View PDF>>>

Harris, R. B., G. C. White, C. C. Schwartz, and M. A. Haroldson. 2007. Population growth of Yellowstone grizzly bears: uncertainty and future monitoring. Ursus 18(2):168-178. View PDF>>>

Ordiz, A., C. Rodríguez, J. Naves, A. Fernández, D. Huber, P. Kaczensky, A. Mertens, Y. Mertzanis, A. Mustoni, S. Palazón, P. Y. Quenette, G. Rauer, and J. E. Swenson. 2007. Distance-based criteria to identify minimum number of brown bear females with cubs in Europe. Ursus18(2):158-167. View PDF>>>

Palomero, G., F. Ballesteros, C. Nores, J. C. Blanco, J. Herrero, and A. García-Serrano. 2007. Trends in number and distribution of brown bear females with cubs-of-the-year in the Cantabrian Mountains, Spain. Ursus 18(2):145-157. View PDF>>>

Ratnayeke, S., F. T. van Manen, R. Pieris, and V. S. J. Pragash. 2007. Landscape characteristics of sloth bear range in Sri Lanka. Ursus 18(2):189-202. View PDF>>>

Spencer, R. D., R. A. Beausoleil, and D. A. Martorello. 2007. How Agencies Respond to Human–black Bear Conflicts: A Survey of Wildlife Agencies in North America. Ursus 18(2):217-229. View PDF>>>

Tredick, C. A., M. R. Vaughan, D. F. Stauffer, S. L. Simek, and T. Eason. 2007. Sub-sampling genetic data to estimate black bear population size: a case study. Ursus 18(2):179-188. View PDF>>>

Wilder, J. M., T. D. DeBruyn, T. S. Smith, and A. Southwould. 2007. Systematic Collection of Bear–human Interaction Information for Alaska's National Parks. Ursus 18(2):209-216. View PDF>>>