2006 Wildlife Workshop
Building Connections Between Wildlife Populations and People: The Application of Wildlife Linkage Across the Northern Rockies Landscape
A workshop on application and future direction
April 13-14, 2006 | Missoula, MT
Speakers & Presentations
- Basting, Pat: How MDT is promoting human safety and wildlife highway crossings
- Becker, Dale: The application of wildlife linkage on Hwy. 93
- Berkey, Jim: The involvement of land conservation organizations
- Burnim, Joshua: Wildlife linkage across private and public lands and highways on Bozeman Pass
- Clough, Rich: Private lands taskforce update and the application of linkage on private lands
- Corday, Jackie & Linda Dworak: Bitterroot Wildlife and Wetlands Focus Group
- Cramer, Tim: Idaho ITD linkage mapping and transportation planning
- Danesh, Eleanor & Jeannie Siegler: Ninemile Wildlife Movement Areas Work Group
- Dinning, Dan: The view of county governments - Boundary County, Idaho
- Dohmen, Alan: Wildlife linkage in forest plan revisions
- Duke, Danah: Wildlife mortality analysis of Highway 3 in Alberta
- Frazier, Loran: Citizen effectiveness working with MDT and other agencies
- Graves, Tabitha: Identifying corridors and linkage zones based on real-world data
- Haber, Jon: Coordinating federal land planning and local planning to conserve habitat connectivity
- Henderson, Bob: The importance of maintaining movement opportunities for big game
- Hilty, Jodi: Temporal and spatial scales of wildlife linkage
- Horwich, John: Integrating county planning and transportation planning
- Just, Kim: Considerations of wildlife crossings from a transportation perspective
- Lee, Tracy: Crow's Nest Pass local citizen involvement - "Road Watch"
- Loge, Denley: The view of private landowners
- O'Herren, Pat: The view of county governments - Missoula County, Montana
- Parker, Melanie: Private lands - what works and what doesn't
- Proctor, Michael:
- The ecological importance of landscape connectivity
- A DNA-based approach to identify grizzly bear linkage
- Ruediger, Bill: The importance of linkage to the public and agencies
- Servheen, Chris:
- Introduction to the workshop - The concept of linkage
- Highways taskforce update
- Measuring success in wildlife linkage: biological, economic, public safety, etc.
- Sheldon, Daly: Pronghorn movement and distribution patterns of pronghorn in relation to roads and fences in Wyoming
- Summerfield, Bob: A protocol for addressing linkage on public lands
- Wall, Ken: Interactive GIS tools to identify wildlife and highway linkage areas
- Waller, John: Highway 2 and grizzly bears
- Waller, John and Kerry Gunther: The NPS approach to wildlife linkage
- Wolfe, Gary: Building better partnerships with private landowners and counties
- Effects of Transportation Infrastructure on Grizzly Bears in Northwestern Montana. 2005. 16pp.
- Genetic analysis reveals demographic fragmentation of grizzly bears yielding vulnerably small populations. 2005. 8pp.
- Idaho Transportation Department - District 6 Highway/Wildlife Linkage GIS Layers. Final Report. 2005. 108pp.
- Identifying and Managing Wildlife Linkage Approach Areas on Public Lands: A Report to the Interagency Grizzly Bear Committee. 2004. 3pp.
- Factors influencing wildlife use of underpasses and culverts along I-90 in western Montana. 2004. 22pp.
- Identification and Management of Linkage Zones for Wildlife Between the Large Blocks of Public Land in the Northern Rocky Mountain. 2003. 24pp.
- Making Connections from the Perspective of Local People: A Guide to Involving Rural Communities in Wildlife Linkage Zone Development. 2002. 24pp.
- The Effects of Roads on Wildlife: Bibliography. 2002. 77 pp.
- Identification and Management of Linkage Zones for Grizzly Bears between the Large Blocks of Public Land in the Northern Rocky Mountains. 2001. 20 pp.
- Fragmentation Effects of High-speed Highways on Grizzly Bear Populations Shared Between The United States And Canada. 1998. 7pp.