Wildlife Linkage Publications
Costello, C., S. Cain, R.M. Nielson, C. Servheen, and C. Schwartz. 2011. Impacts of a multi-use pathway on American black bears in Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming. Report to the National Park Service. 35 pp.
Geodata Services, Inc., compilers. 2005. Idaho Transportation Department Highway/Wildlife Linkage Final Report June 30, 2005. 108 pp.
Graves, T. A., S. Farley, M. Goldstein, and C. Servheen. 2007. Identification of functional corridors with movement characteristics of brown bears on the Kenai Peninsula, Alaska. Landscape Ecology. 8pp.
Graves, T. A., S. Farley, and C. Servheen. 2007. Frequency and Distribution of Highway Crossings by Kenai Peninsula Brown Bears. Wildlife Society Bulletin 34(3):800-808.
Mace, R. D., Carney, D. W., Chilton-Radandt, T., Courville, S. A., Haroldson, M. A., Harris, R. B., Jonkel, J., Mclellan, B., Madel, M., Manley, T. L., Schwartz, C. C., Servheen, C., Stenhouse, G., Waller, J. S. and Wenum, E. 2012. Grizzly bear population vital rates and trend in the Northern Continental Divide Ecosystem, Montana. The Journal of Wildlife Management, 76: 119–128.
McCoy, Karin. Effects of Transportation and Development On Black Bear Movement, Mortality, and Use of the Highway 93 Corridor in NW Montana. M.S. Thesis. Wildlife Biology, University of Montana. 132 pp.
Proctor, M. F., Paetkau, D., Mclellan, B. N., Stenhouse, G. B., Kendall, K. C., Mace, R. D., Kasworm, W. F., Servheen, C., Lausen, C. L., Gibeau, M. L., Wakkinen, W. L., Haroldson, M. A., Mowat, G., Apps, C. D., Ciarniello, L. M., Barclay, R. M. R., Boyce, M. S., Schwartz, C. C. and Strobeck, C. 2012. Population fragmentation and inter-ecosystem movements of grizzly bears in western Canada and the northern United States. Wildlife Monographs, 180: 1–46.
Servheen, C. and M. Cross. 2010. Climate change impacts on grizzly bears and wolverines in the Northern U.S. and Transboundary Rockies: Strategies for Conservation. Report on a workshop held Sept. 13-15, 2010 in Fernie, British Columbia. 23pp.
Servheen, C. and M. Cross. 2010. Climate change impacts on wolverines and grizzly bears in the Northern U.S. Rockies: Strategies for conservation. Report on a workshop held Oct. 6-7, 2009. 17pp.
Servheen C., J.S. Waller, and P. Sandstrom. 2001. Identification and Management of Linkage Zones for Wildlife Between the Large Blocks of Public Land in the Northern Rocky Mountains. 20 pp.
Servheen C., J.S. Waller, and P. Sandstrom. 2003. Identification and Management of Linkage Zones for Wildlife Between the Large Blocks of Public Land in the Northern Rocky Mountains. 83 pp.
Shoemaker, R. and C. Servheen. 2004. Factors Influencing Wildlife Use of Underpasses and Culverts along I90 in Western Montana. 26 pp.
Waller, John. Movements and Habitat-Use of Grizzly Bears Along U.S. Highway 2 in Northwestern Montana 1998-2001. Ph.D. dissertation, Wildlife Biology, University of Montana. 163 pp.
Waller, J. and C. Servheen. 2005. Effects of Transportation Infrastructure on Grizzly Bears in Northwestern Montana. Journal of Wildlife Management 69(3):985-1000. 16pp.
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, Montana
Private Land Development, Wildlife Movement Across the Landscape, and the Character of Rural Landscapes in the Northern Rockies: A workshop to consider cooperative solutions
May 15, 2007 Missoula, Montana