Building Connections Between Wildlife Populations and People: The Application of Wildlife Linkage Across the Northern Rockies Landscape
April 13-14, 2006 Missoula, Montana
Photo courtesy of Bryce Christiaens
Effects of Transportation Infrastructure on Grizzly Bears in Northwestern Montana. 2005. 16 pp.
Genetic analysis reveals demographic fragmentation of grizzly bears yielding vulnerably small populations. 2005. 8 pp.
Idaho Transportation Department - District 6 Highway/Wildlife Linkage GIS Layers. Final Report. 2005. 108 pp.
Identifying and Managing Wildlife Linkage Approach Areas on Public Lands: A Report to the Interagency Grizzly Bear Committee. 2004. 3 pp.
Factors influencing wildlife use of underpasses and culverts along I-90 in western Montana. 2004. 22 pp.
Identification and Management of Linkage Zones for Wildlife Between the Large Blocks of Public Land in the Northern Rocky Mountain. 2003. 83 pp.
Making Connections from the Perspective of Local People: A Guide to Involving Rural Communities in Wildlife Linkage Zone Development. 2002. 24 pp.
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.
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