Joshua Millspaugh

Joshua Millspaugh

Boone and Crockett Professor of Wildlife Conservation

Personal Summary

I joined the faculty at the University of Montana in 2016 as the Boone and Crockett Professor of Wildlife Conservation.  Prior to arriving in Montana, I was a Distinguished Professor (1999-2016) and Interim Director of the School of Natural Resources (2015-2016) at the University of Missouri.  I received my Ph.D. at the University of Washington and completed a brief postdoc in the School of Fisheries at the University of Washington.  I also have a M.S. in Wildlife Science from South Dakota State University and a B.S. in Environmental and Forest Biology from the State University of New York College of Environmental Science and Forestry in Syracuse, NY.  My goal for the Boone and Crockett Endowed Program in Wildlife Conservation is to build a robust and high caliber research and teaching program around pressing conservation issues that directly impact wildlife policy and management decisions.  Pursuing research and teaching with these aims helps assure wise stewardship and application of the best available science, while preparing future conservation leaders for challenges they will face in their careers. 

Education

Postdoctoral (1999): School of Fisheries, University of Washington, Seattle, WA.

Ph.D. 1999.  Wildlife Science, University of Washington, Seattle, WA.

M.S.  1995.  Wildlife Science, South Dakota State University, Brookings, SD.

B.S.  1991.  Environmental and Forest Biology, State University of New York, Syracuse, NY.

Courses Taught

WILD 480 (undergraduate) – The Upshot – Applied Wildlife Management (Spring)

WILD 595 (graduate) – Harvest Management (as needed)

WILD 595 (graduate) – People, Conservation, and Policy (as needed)

Research Interests

My research has centered on vertebrate population ecology at three levels: physiological processes, individual space use and resource selection, and population dynamics.  I combine field studies with rigorous quantitative methods to address natural resource management issues.  I want my research to advance science and our understanding of natural systems while impacting management and policy.  Much of my current research and interest focuses on harvested wildlife populations of a broad range of taxa with a particular emphasis on large mammals.  However, I routinely work on non-game species and my students have worked on species ranging from bees to hellbenders to elephants.  I am driven by the research questions and relevance of work to policy and management.  Our research is highly collaborative with state and federal agencies, non-governmental organizations, university faculty, and private industry.  We have routinely received funding from a diversity of sources including many state and federal agencies, non-governmental organizations, National Science Foundation, and private industry. 
 

Selected Awards

2016 - North Central Section of The Wildlife Society Professional Award of Merit (presented for outstanding professional accomplishments in wildlife conservation)

2015 -  E. Sydney Stephens Professional Lifetime Achievement Award (highest honor presented by Missouri Chapter of The Wildlife Society for outstanding contributions to wildlife management in Missouri)

2014 - Appointed Fellow of The Wildlife Society

2013 and 2014 - Superior Graduate Faculty Award, University of Missouri GraduateSchool and Graduate Student Organization

2013 and 2014 - Outstanding Fisheries and Wildlife Graduate Faculty, Department of Fisheries and Wildlife Sciences Graduate Student Organization, University of Missouri

2013 - Inaugural Recipient Southeastern Athletic Conference Faculty Achievement Award, University of Missouri (honors professors with outstanding records in scholarship and teaching who serve as role models for other faculty and students)

2009 - Missouri Governor’s Award for Excellence in Teaching

2008 - U.S.D.A. National Teacher of the Year (U.S. Department of Agriculture, Excellence in College and University Teaching Award in the Agricultural Sciences – National Level)

2007 - The Wildlife Society Award for Best Article (with Steve Buskirk)

2005 - Missouri Department of Conservation “Outstanding Research Collaborator of the Year”

2005 - William T. Kemper Fellowship for Excellence in Teaching,  University of Missouri (most prestigious teaching honor at MU)

 

Selected Publications

Books

Jachowski, D. S., J. J. Millspaugh, P. L. Angermeier, and R. Slotow.  2016.  Reintroduction of Fish and Wildlife Populations.  University of California Press, Berkeley, California, USA.  395 pages.

Gitzen, R. A., J. J. Millspaugh, A. B. Cooper, and D. S. Licht, editors.  2012.  Design and Analysis of Long-Term Ecological Monitoring Studies.  Cambridge University Press, New York, New York, USA.  600 pages.

Millspaugh, J. J., and F. R. Thompson, III, editors.  2009.  Models for Planning Wildlife Conservation in Large Landscapes.  Elsevier Science, San Diego, California, USA.  674 pages.

Skalski, J. R., K. E. Ryding, and J. J. Millspaugh.  2005.  Wildlife Demography: Analysis of Sex, Age, and Count Data.  Elsevier Science, San Diego, California, USA.  656 pages.

Millspaugh, J. J., and J. M. Marzluff, editors.  2001.  Radio Tracking and Animal Populations.  Academic Press, San Diego, California, USA.  467 pages.

Journal Articles

Bonnot, T. W., W. A. Cox, F. R. Thompson, and J. J. Millspaugh.  2018.  Threat of climate change on a songbird population through its impacts on breeding.  Nature Climate Change 8:718-722.

Chitwood, M. C., B. J. Keller, H. Saeed Al-Warid, K. Straka, L. P. Hansen, and J. J. Millspaugh.  2018.  Meningeal worm (Paraphostrongylus tenuis) as a mortality source in the restored elk population in Missouri.  Journal of Wildlife Diseases 54:95-100.

Fremgen, A., C. P. Hansen, M. A. Rumble, S. Gamo, and J. J. Millspaugh.  2018. Weather conditions and date influence male Greater Sage-grouse attendance rates at leks.  Ibis: https://doi.org/10.1111/ibi.12598.

Gitzen, R. A., R. B. Renken, D. K. Fantz, A. J. Wolf, R. G. Jensen, J. Favara, and J. J. Millspaugh.  2018.  Peromyscus responses to alternative forest management systems in the Missouri Ozarks, USA.  Forest Ecology and Management 429:558-569.

Hulett, J., J. Armer, E. Leary, B. Stewart, R. McDaniel, K. Smith, R. Millspaugh, and J. J. Millspaugh.  2018.  Religiousness, spirituality, and salivary cortisol in breast cancer survivorship.  Cancer Nursing 41:166-175.

Jachowski, D. S., M. J. Kauffman, B. J. Jesmer, H. Sawyer, and J. J. Millspaugh.  2018.  Integrating physiological stress into the movement ecology of migratory ungulates: a spatial analysis with mule deer.  Conservation Physiology.  https://doi.org/10.1093/conphys/coy054

Lehman, C. P., C. T. Rota, J. D. Raithel, and J. J. Millspaugh.  2018.  Pumas affect elk dynamics in absence of other large carnivores.  Journal of Wildlife Management 82:344-353.

Matseur, E. A., F. R. Thompson, III, B. E. Dickerson, M. A. Rumble, and J. J.Millspaugh.  2018.  Black-backed woodpecker abundance in the Black Hills. Journal of Wildlife Management 82:1039-1048.

McDermott, P., C. Wikle, and J. J. Millspaugh.  2018.  A hierarchical spatio-temporal analog forecasting model for count data.  Ecology and Evolution 8:790-800.

McDermott, P., C. Wikle, and J. J. Millspaugh.  2018.  Hierarchical nonlinear spatio-temporal agent-based models for collective animal movement.  Journal of Agricultural, Biological, and Environmental Statistics 22:294-312.

Moll, R. J., J. D. Cepek, P. D. Lorch, P. M. Dennis, T. Robison, J. J. Millspaugh, and R. A. Montgomery.  2018.  Humans and urban development mediate the sympatry of competing carnivores.  Urban Ecosystems 4:765-778.

Montgomery, R. A., K. C. Elliott, M. W. Hayward, S. M. Gray. J. J. Millspaugh, S. J. Riley, B. M. Kissui, D. B. Kramer, R. J. Moll, T. Mudumba, E. D. Tans, A. B. Munez, L. Abade, J. M. Beck, C. F. Hoffman, C. R. Booher, and D. W. Macdonald.  2018.  Examining evident interdisciplinarity among prides of lion researchers.  Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution.  https://doi.org/10.3389/fevo.2018.00049.

Montgomery, R. A., K. M. Redilla, W. Ortiz-Calo, T. Smith, B. Keller, and J. J. Millspaugh.  2018.  Evaluating the individuality of animal-habitat relationships.  Ecology and Evolution.  https://doi.org/10.1002/ece3.4554.

Parsons, A. W., T. Forrester, M. C. Baker-Whatton, W. J. McShea, C. T. Rota, S. G. Schuttler, J. J. Millspaugh, and R. Kays.  2018.  Mammal communities are larger and more diverse in moderately developed areas.  eLife 10.7554/eLife.38012.

Smith, T. N. B. J. Keller, L. P. Hansen, and J. J. Millspaugh.  2018.  Food habits and diet selection of a recently reintroduced elk population in Missouri.  American Midland Naturalist 180:143-159.

Smith, T. N., C. T. Rota, B. J. Keller, M. C. Chitwood, T. W. Bonnot, L. P. Hansen, and  J. J. Millspaugh.  2018.  Resource selection of a recently introduced elk   population in Missouri.  Journal of Wildlife Management.https://doi.org/10.1002/jwmg.21584.

Bleisch, A. D., B. J. Keller, L. P. Hansen, T. W. Bonnot, and J. J. Millspaugh.  2017.  Initial movements of reintroduced elk in the Missouri Ozarks.  American Midland Naturalist 178:1-16.

Bonnot, T., F. R. Thompson, III, and J. J. Millspaugh.  2017.  Dynamic-landscape metapopulation models reveal species-specific population responses to interactions among succession, management, and climate change.  Ecosphere: 8:e01890.

Clawson, M. V., Skalski, J. R., Lady, J. M., Hagen, C. A., Millspaugh, J. J., Budeau, D. and Severson, J. P.  2017.  Performing statistical population reconstruction using Program PopRecon 2.0. Wildlife Society Bulletin 41:581-589.

Fremgen, A., C. Rota, C. Hansen, M. Rumble, S. Gamo, and J. Millspaugh.  2017.  Male greater sage-grouse movements among leks.  Journal of Wildlife Management 81:498-508. 

Gingery, T. M., C. P. Lehman, and J. J. Millspaugh.  2017.  Movements of elk in response to drought, vegetation resources, and roads in the Black Hills, South Dakota.  Western North American Naturalist 77:102-110.

Gray, S., R. A. Montgomery, J. J. Millspaugh, and M. W. Hayward.  2017.  Spatio-temporal variation in African lion roaring in relation to a dominance shift.  Journal of Mammalogy 98:1088-1095.

Hansen, L. P., E. Flinn, J. Sumners, S. Gao, and J. J. Millspaugh.  2017.  Effects of an antler point restriction on harvest of white-tailed deer in Missouri.  Wildlife Society Bulletin 41:516-522.

Kays, R., A. W. Parson, M. C. Baker, E. L. Kalies, T. Forrester, R. Costello, C. T. Rota, J. J. Millspaugh, and W. J. McShea.  2017.  Does hunting or hiking affect wildlife communities in protected areas?  Journal of Applied Ecology 54:242-252.

Lebrun, J. J., J. E. Schneiderman, F. R. Thompson, III, W. D. Dijak, J. S. Fraser, H. S. He, and J. J. Millspaugh.  2017.  Bird response to future climate and forest management focused on mitigating climate change.  Landscape Ecology 32:1433-1446.

Lehman, C., C. Rota, M. Rumble, and J. Millspaugh.  2017.  Characteristics of successful puma kill sites of elk in the Black Hills, South Dakota.  Wildlife Biology: doi: 10.2981/wlb.00248

Moll, R. J., K. Kilshaw, R. A. Montgomery, L. Abade, R. D. Campbell, L. A. Harrington, J. J. Millspaugh, J. D. S. Birks, and D. W. Macdonald.  2017.  Clarifying habitat niche width using broad-scale, hierarchical occupancy models: a case study with a recovering mesocarnivore.  Journal of Zoology 300: 177-185. 

Moll, R., K. Redilla, T. Mudumba, A. Muneza, S. Gray, L. Abade, M. Hayward, J. Millspaugh, and R. Montgomery.  2017.  The many faces of fear: a synthesis of methodological variation in characterizing predation risk from carnivores.  Journal of Animal Ecology 86:749-765.

Parsons, A. W., T. Forrester, W. J. McShea, M. C. Baker-Whatton, J. J. Millspaugh, and R. Kays.  2017.  Do occupancy or detection rates from camera traps reflect deer density.  Journal of Mammalogy 98: 1547-1557.

Rota, C. T., A. J. Wolf, R. B. Renken, R. A. Gitzen, D. K. Fantz, R. A. Montgomery, M. G. Olson, L. D. Vangilder, and J. J. Millspaugh.  2017.  Long-term impacts of three forest management strategies on herpetofauna abundance in the Missouri Ozarks.  Forest Ecology and Management 387:37-51.

Schulz, J. H., Y. Bian, S. Gao, and J. J. Millspaugh.  2017.  Mourning dove seasonal and annual survival in west central Missouri.  Wildlife Society Bulletin 41:249-255.

Zimmer, S. A., J. T. Briggler, R. A. Gitzen, and J. J. Millspaugh.  2017.  Abundance and harvest proportion of river turtles in Missouri.  Journal of Freshwater Ecology 32: 541-555.

Bodinof Jackowski, C. M., J. J. Millspaugh, and W. A. Hopkins.  2016.  Current land use is a poor predictor of hellbender occurrence: why assumptions matter when predicting distributions of data deficient species.  Diversity and Distributions 22:865-880.

Fremgen, A. L., C. P. Hansen, M. A. Rumble, R. S. Gamo, and J. J. Millspaugh.  2016.  Male greater sage-grouse detectability on leks.  Journal of Wildlife Management 80:266-274.

Hansen, C. P., L. A. Schreiber, M. A. Rumble, J. J. Millspaugh, R. S. Gamo, J. W. Kehmeier, and N. Wojcik.  2016. Microsite selection and survival of greater sage-grouse nests in south-central Wyoming.  Journal of Wildlife Management 80:862-876.

He, Z., R. Kays, Z. Zhang, G. Ning, C. Huang, T. X. Han, J. Millspaugh, T. Forrester, and W. McShea.  2016.  Visual informatics tools for supporting large-scale collaborative wildlife monitoring with citizen scientists.  IEEE Circuits and Systems 16:73-86.

Kilshaw, K., R. A. Montgomery, R. Campbell, D. Hethrington, P. Johnson, D. W. MacDonald, and J. J. Millspaugh.  2016.  Mapping the spatial configuration of hybridization risk for an endangered population of Scottish wildcat (Felis silvestris silvestris).  Mammal Research 61:1-11.

LeBrun, J. J., W. E. Thogmartin, F. R. Thompson, III, W. D. Dijak, and J. J. Millspaugh.  2016.   Assessing the sensitivity of avian species abundance to land cover and climate.  Ecosphere: DOI: 10.1002/ecs2.1359.

Michel, E. S., S. Demarais, B. K. Strickland, J. L. Belant, and J. J. Millspaugh.  2016.  Abundance food reduces hierarchy strength in adult female white-tailed deer. Behaviour 153:49-67. 

Rota, C. T., M. A. R. Ferreira, R. W. Kays, T. D. Forrester, E. L. Kalies, W. J. McShea, A. W. Parsons, and J. J. Millspaugh.  2016.  A multispecies occupancy model for two or more interacting species.  Methods in Ecology and Evolution 7:1164- 1173.

Rota, C. T., C. K. Wikle, R. W. Kays, T. D. Forrester, W. J. McShea, A. W. Parsons, and J. J. Millspaugh.  2016.  A two-species occupancy model accommodating simultaneous spatial and interspecific dependence.  Ecology 97:48-53.

Rota, C. T., A. J. Wolf, R. B. Renken, R. A. Gitzen, D. K. Fantz, R. A. Montgomery, M. G. Olson, L. D. Vangilder, and J. J. Millspaugh.  2016.  Simulated data and code for analysis of herpetofauna response to forest management in the Missouri Ozarks.  Data in Brief 9:477-479.

Schreiber, L. A., C. P. Hansen, M. A. Rumble, J. J. Millspaugh, F. R. Thompson, III, S. Gamo, J. Kehmeier, and N. Wojcik.  2016.  Greater sage-grouse nest productivity and chick survival prior to wind energy development in Wyoming.  Wildlife Biology 22:37-44.

Snyder, J. C., X. Gao, J. H. Schulz, and J. Millspaugh.  2016.  Reanalysis of historical mourning dove nest data using a Bayesian approach.  Journal of Fish and Wildlife Management DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3996/102015-JFWM-100.

Wergeles, N. M., C. Shang, Z. Peng, H. Wang, J. Sartwell, T. Treiman, J. Beringer, J. L. Belant, J. Millspaugh, J. T. McRoberts, and Y. Shange.  2016.  Mobile data collection and analysis in conservation.  IEEE Smartcomp: 10.1109/SMARTCOMP.2016.7501706.

Wolf, A. J., R. B. Renken, D. K. Fantz, X. Gao, and J. J. Millspaugh.  2016.  Effects of 3 forest management systems on herpetofaunal diversity over 23 years in the Missouri Ozarks.  Forest Ecology and Management 379:252-264.

Clawson, M. V., J. R. Skalski, J. L. Isabelle, and J. J. Millspaugh.  2015.  Trends in wild turkey (Meleagris gallopavo) abundance and harvest following restoration efforts in the Ozarks east region of Missouri, 1960-2010.  Wildlife Society Bulletin 39:116-128.

Jachowski, D. S., B. E. Washburn, and J. J. Millspaugh.  2015.  Revisiting the importance of accounting for seasonal and diel rhythms in fecal stress hormone studies. Wildlife Society Bulletin: DOI 10.1002/wsb.592.

Jachowski, D. S., S. McCorquodale, B. E. Washburn, and J. J. Millspaugh.  2015.  Human disturbances and the physiological response of elk: disentangling biotic and anthropogenic effects.  Wildlife Biology In Practice 11:12-25.

Kays, R., R. Costello, T. Forrester, M. Baker, A. Parsons, E. L. Kalies, G. Hess, J. J. Millspaugh, and W. McShea.  2015.  Cats are rare where coyotes roam.  Journal of Mammalogy 96:981-987.

Keller, B. J., C. P. Lehman, A. D. Bleisch, L. P. Hansen, J. J. Kragel, M. A. Rumble, J. Sumners, G. C. Brundige, and J. J. Millspaugh.  2015.  Extended duration of parturition season in North American elk (Cervus elaphus).  American Midland Naturalist 173:162-167.

Keller, B. J., R. A. Montgomery, H. R. Campa, III, D. E. Beyer, Jr., S. Winterstein, L. P. Hansen, and J. J. Millspaugh.  2015.  A review of elk (Cervus elaphus) vital rates in Eastern North America.  Mammal Review 45:146-159.

Lehman, C., M. Rumble, C. Rota, B. Bird, D. Fogarty, and J. J. Millspaugh.  2015.  Elk resource selection at parturition sites, Black Hills, South Dakota.  Journal of Wildlife Management 80:465-478.

Millspaugh, J. J., C. D. Rittenhouse, R. A. Montgomery, W. S. Matthews, and R. Slotow.  2015.  Resource selection modeling reveals potential conflicts involving reintroduced lion (Panthera leo) in Tembe Elephant Park, South Africa.  Journal of Zoology 296:124-132.

Morris, D. L., J. Faaborg, B. E. Washburn, and J. J. Millspaugh.  2015.  Predator-induced renesting and maternal effort in Indigo Buntings: more work for less pay?  Conservation Physiology 3:10.1093/conphys/cou063.

O’Connor, K. M., C. D. Rittenhouse, J. J. Millspaugh, and T. A. G. Rittenhouse.  2015.  Population demographics of the three-toed box turtle (Terrapene carolina triunguis) in an area of active habitat management in central Missouri.  PeerJ 3:e1256 https://doi.org/10.7717/peerj.1256.

Rota, C. T., M. A. Rumble, C. P. Lehman, D. C. Kesler, and J. J. Millspaugh.  2015.  Apparent foraging success reflects habitat quality in an irruptive species, the Black-backed Woodpecker.  Condor 117:178-191.

Schreiber, L. A., C. P. Hansen, M. A. Rumble, J. J. Millspaugh, S. Gamo, J. Kehmeier, and N. Wojcik.  2015.  Microhabitat selection of brood-rearing sites by Greater sage-grouse before wind energy development in Wyoming.  Western North American Naturalist 75:348-363.

Amelon, S. K., F. R. Thompson, III, and J. J. Millspaugh.  2014.  Resource utilization by foraging Eastern red bats (Lasiurus borealis) in the Ozark region of Missouri.  Journal of Wildlife Management 78:483-493.

Ayers, C. R., J. J. Belant, D. A. Eads, D. S. Jachowski, and J. J. Millspaugh.  2014.  Investigation of factors affecting black-footed ferret litter size.  Western North American Naturalist 74:108-115.

Brown, D. D., R. A. Montgomery, J. J. Millspaugh, P. A. Jansen, C. X. Garzon-Lopez, and R. Kays.  2014.  Selection and spatial arrangement of rest sites within northern tamandua (Tamandua mexicana) home ranges.  Journal of Zoology 293:160-170.

Eads, D. A., D. E. Biggins, T. M. Livieri, and J. J. Millspaugh.  2014.  Space use, resource selection, and territoriality of black-footed ferrets: implications for carnivore reserve design.  Wildlife Biology 20:27-36.

Jachowski, D. S., T. W. Mong, B. E. Washburn, J. H. Schulz, and J. J. Millspaugh.  2014.  Evaluating the effect of short-term capture and handling on fecal glucocorticoid metabolite levels in mourning doves.  Wildlife Biology In Practice 10:39-50.

Jachowski, D. S., R. Slotow, and J. J. Millspaugh.  2014.  Good virtual fences make good neighbors: opportunities for conservation.  Animal Conservation 17:187-196.

Montgomery, R. A., G. J. Roloff, J. J. Millspaugh, and M. Nylen-Menetchek.  2014.  Living amidst a sea of agriculture: predicting the occurrence of Canada lynx within an ecological island.  Wildlife Biology 20:145-154.

Rota, C. T., J. J. Millspaugh, M. A. Rumble, C. P. Lehman, and D. C. Kesler.  2014.  The role of wildfire, prescribed fire, and mountain pine beetle infestations on the population dynamics of Black-backed woodpeckers in the Black Hills, South Dakota.  PLoS One DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0094700.

Rota, C. T., M. A. Rumble, J. J. Millspaugh, C. P. Lehman, and D. C. Kesler.  2014.  Space-use and habitat associations of Black-backed woodpeckers (Picoides arcticus) occupying recently disturbed forests in the Black Hills, South Dakota.  Forest Ecology and Management 313:161-168.

Zimmer, S. A., J. T. Briggler, and J. J. Millspaugh.  2014.  Modeling the effects of commercial harvest on population growth of river turtles.  Chelonian Conservation and Biology 13:227-236.

Ayers, C. R., J. L. Belant, C. M. Bodinof, J. T. Briggler, and J. J. Millspaugh.  2013.  Relating resource use to body condition and survival of Ozark hellbenders.  Endangered Species Research 21:205-213.

Ayers, C., J. L. Belant, and J. J. Millspaugh.  2013.  Directness of resource use metrics affects predictions of bear body fat gain.  Polar Biology 36:169-176.

Bonnot, T. W., F. R. Thompson, III, J. J. Millspaugh, and D. T. Jones-Farrand.  2013.  Landscape-based population viability models demonstrate importance of strategic conservation planning for birds.  Biological Conservation 165:104-114.

Clawson, M. V., J. R. Skalski, and J. J. Millspaugh.  2013.  Archaeological analysis of bison jumps and the implications to the contemporary management of bison herds on the North American Great Plains.  Natural Areas Journal 33:148-155.

Clawson, M. V., J. R. Skalski, and J. J. Millspaugh.  2013.  The utility of auxiliary data in statistical population reconstruction.  Wildlife Biology 19:147-155.

Eads, D. A., D. E. Biggins, T. M. Livieri, and J. J. Millspaugh.  2013.  American badgers selectively use and excavate prairie dog burrows in areas used by black-footed ferrets: evolutionary implications for predator avoidance.  Journal of Mammalogy 94:1364-1370.

Gitzen, R. A., S. T. Wong, J. L. Belant, J. J. Millspaugh, A. Heard, and J. Ross.  2013.  Radiotelemetry and remote monitoring of tropical carnivores.  Raffles Bulletin of Zoology 28:67-83.

Jachowski, D. S., R. Montgomery, R. Slotow, and J. J. Millspaugh.  2013.  Unraveling complex associations between physiological state and movement in African elephants.  Functional Ecology 27:1166-1175.

Jachowski, D. S., R. Slotow, and J. J. Millspaugh.  2013.  Delayed physiological adaptation by African elephants following reintroduction.  Animal Conservation 16:575-583.

Jachowski, D. S., R. Slotow, and J. J. Millspaugh.  2013.  Corridor use and streaking behavior by African elephants in relation to physiological state.  Biological Conservation 167:276-282.

Keller, B. J., C. Lehman, G. C. Brundige, T. W. Mong, and J. J. Millspaugh.  2013.  Adult pronghorn survival and cause-specific mortality in Custer State Park, South Dakota.  American Midland Naturalist 170:311-322.

Lesmeister, D. B., R. S. Crowhurst, J. J. Millspaugh, M. E. Gompper.  2013.  Landscape ecology of eastern spotted skunks in habitats restored for red-cockaded woodpeckers.  Restoration Ecology 21:267-275.

Montgomery, R. A., G. J. Roloff, and J. J. Millspaugh.  2013.  Variation in elk response to roads by season, sex, and road type.  Journal of Wildlife Management 77:313-325.

Pittman, B., J. R. Jones, J. J. Millspaugh, R. J. Kremer, and J. A. Downing.  2013.  Sediment organic carbon distribution in 4 small northern Missouri impoundments: implications for sampling and carbon sequestration.  Inland Waters 3:39-46.

Rota, C. T., J. J. Millspaugh, D. C. Kesler, C. P. Lehman, M. A. Rumble, and C. M. Bodinof.  2013.  A re-evaluation of a case-control model with contaminated controls to estimate resource selection probability functions. Journal of Animal Ecology 82:1165-1173.

Schulz, J. H., T. W. Bonnot, and J. J. Millspaugh.  2013.  Harvest and crippling rates of mourning doves in Missouri.  Wildlife Society Bulletin 37:287-292.

Schulz, J. H., T. W. Bonnot, T. W. Mong, and J. J. Millspaugh.  2013.  Statewide and local recruitment of mourning doves in Missouri.  Journal of Wildlife Management 77:336-345.

Skalski, J. R., M. V. Clawson, and J. J. Millspaugh.  2013.  Model evaluation in statistical population reconstruction.  Wildlife Biology 18:225-234.

Zimmerman, G. S., J. J. Millspaugh, W. A. Link, R. J. Woods, and R. J. Gutierrez.  2013.  A flexible Bayesian hierarchical approach for analyzing spatial and temporal variation in the fecal corticosterone levels in birds when there is imperfect knowledge of individual identity.  General and Comparative Endocrinology: 194:64-70.

Belant, J. L., J. J. Millspaugh, J. Martin, and R. A. Gitzen.  2012.  Multi-dimensional space use: the final frontier.  Frontiers in Ecology 10:11-12.

Bodinof, C. M., J. T. Briggler, R. E. Junge, J. Beringer, M. D. Wanner, C. D. Schuette, J. Ettling, and J. J. Millspaugh.  2012.  Habitat attributes associated with short-term settlement of Ozark hellbender (Cryptobranchus alleganiensis bishopi).  Freshwater Biology 57:178-192.

Bodinof, C. M., J. T. Briggler, R. E. Junge, J. Beringer, M. D. Wanner, C. D. Schuette, J. Ettling, R. A. Gitzen, and J. J. Millspaugh.  2012.  Post-release movements of captive-reared Ozark hellbenders.  Herpetologica 68:160-173.

Bodinof, C. M., J. T. Briggler, R. E. Junge, T. W. Mong, J. Beringer, M. D. Wanner, C.             D. Schuette, J. Ettling, and J. J. Millspaugh.  2012.  Survival and body condition of captive-reared juvenile Ozark hellbenders (Cryptobranchus alleganiensis bishopi) following translocation to the wild.  Copeia 2012:150-159.

Eads, D. A., D. S. Jachowski, J. J. Millspaugh, and D. E. Biggins.  2012.  Lunar and temporal influences on post-breeding spotlight surveys of adult black-footed ferrets Mustela nigripes.  Western North American Naturalist 72:179-190.

Eads, D. A., J. J. Millspaugh, D. E. Biggins, T. M. Livieri, and D. S. Jachowski.  2012.  Post-breeding resource selection by adult black-footed ferrets in the Conata Basin, South Dakota.  Journal of Mammalogy 92:760-770.

Eads, D. A., D. E. Biggins, D. Marsh, J. J. Millspaugh, and T. M. Livieri.  2012.  Black-footed ferret digging activity in summer.  Western North American Naturalist 72:140-147.

Eads, D. A., D. S. Jachowski, D. E. Biggins, T. M. Livieri, M. R. Matchett, and J. J. Millspaugh.  2012. Resource selection models are useful in predicting distributions of black-footed ferrets in prairie dog colonies.  Western North American Naturalist 72:206-215.

Jachowski, D. S., R. Slotow, and J. J. Millspaugh.  2012.  Physiological stress and   refuge  behavior by African elephants.  PLoS ONE 7(2): e31818.  doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0031818.

Jachowski, D. S., N. Brown, M. Wehtje, D. W. Tripp, J. J. Millspaugh, and M. E.       Gompper.  2012. Mitigating plague risk in Utah prairie dogs:  Evaluation of a systemic flea control product.  Wildlife Society Bulletin 36:167-175.

Kolar, J. L., J. J. Millspaugh, T. W. Mong, and B. A. Stillings.  2012.  Survival and cause-specific mortality of pronghorn in southwestern North Dakota.  American Midland Naturalist 167:164-173.

Lehman, C., L. E. Schmitz, M. A. Rumble, J. A. Kragel, and J. J. Millspaugh.  2012.  Dystocia in wild elk.  Western North American Naturalist 72:250-251.

Montgomery, R. A., G. J. Roloff, and J. J. Millspaugh.  2012.  The importance of visibility when evaluating animal response to roads.  Wildlife Biology 18:393-405.

Skalski, J. R., J. J. Millspaugh, and M. V. Clawson.  2012.  Comparison of statistical population reconstruction results using full and pooled adult age-class data.  PLoS One 7(3): e33910. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0033910.

Ahlering, M. A., J. J. Millspaugh, R. J. Woods, D. Western, and L. S. Eggert.  2011.  Elevated levels of stress hormones detected in crop-raiding male elephants.  Animal Conservation 14:124-130.

Augustine, J. K., J. J. Millspaugh, and B. K. Sandercock.  2011.  Testosterone: a proximate factor mediating mating success in male greater prairie-chickens?  Studies in Avian Biology 39:195-208.

Bodinof, C. M., J. T. Briggler, M. C. Duncan, J. Beringer, and J. J. Millspaugh.  2011.  Historic occurrence of the amphibian chytrid fungus Batrachochytrium dendrobatidis in hellbender Cryptobranchus alleganienesis populations from Missouri.  Diseases of Aquatic Organisms 96:1-7.

Bonnot, T. W., J. H. Schulz, and J. J. Millspaugh.  2011.  Factors affecting mourning dove harvests in Missouri. Wildlife Society Bulletin 35:76-84.

Bonnot, T. W., F. R. Thompson, III, and J. J. Millspaugh.  2011.  Extension of landscape-based population viability models to ecoregional scales for conservation planning.  Biological Conservation 144:2041-2053.

Bonnot, T. W., M. L. Wildhaber, J. J. Millspaugh, A. J. DeLonay, R. B. Jacobson, and J. L. Bryan.  2011.  Discrete choice modeling of shovelnose sturgeon habitat selection in the lower Missouri River.  Journal of Applied Ichthyology 27:291-300.

Eads, D. A., J. J. Millspaugh, D. E. Biggins, D. S. Jachowski, and T. M. Livieri.  2011.  Evaluation of a black-footed ferret resource selection model.  Journal of Wildlife Management 75:1155-1163.

Eads, D. A., J. J. Millspaugh, D. E. Biggins, D. S. Jachowski, and T. M. Livieri.  2011.  Resource selection of black-footed ferrets in South Dakota.  Journal of Mammalogy 92:760-770.

Hansen, C. P., J. J. Millspaugh, and M. A. Rumble.  2011.  Occupancy modeling of ruffed grouse in the Black Hills National Forest.  Journal of Wildlife Management 75:71-77.

Hansen, C. P., R. B. Renken, and J. J. Millspaugh.  2011.  Amphibian occupancy in flood-created and existing wetlands of the lower Missouri river alluvial valley.  River Research and Restoration DOI: 10.1002/rra.1526.

Hansen, C. P., M. A. Rumble, and J. J. Millspaugh.  2011.  Ruffed grouse selection of drumming sites in the Black Hills National Forest.  American Midland Naturalist 165:400-411.

Jachowski, D. S., J. J. Millspaugh, D. E. Biggins, T. M. Livieri, M. R. Matchett, and C. D. Rittenhouse.  2011.  Resource selection by black-footed ferrets in South Dakota and Montana.  Natural Areas Journal 31:218-225.

Jachowski, D. S., R. A. Gitzen, M. B. Grenier, B. Holmes, and J. J. Millspaugh.  2011.  The importance of thinking big: large-scale prey conservation drives black-footed ferret reintroduction success.  Biological Conservation 144:1560-1566.

Kolar, J. L., J. J. Millspaugh, and B. A. Stillings.  2011.  Migration patterns of pronghorn in southwestern North Dakota.  Journal of Wildlife Management 75:198-203.

Lehman, C., D. C. Kesler, C. T. Rota, M. A. Rumble, E. M. Seckinger, T. M. Juntti, and J. J. Millspaugh.  2011.  Netguns: a technique for capturing Black-backed woodpeckers.  Journal of Field Ornithology 82:430-435.

McGowan, C. P., M. R. Ryan, M. C. Runge, J. J. Millspaugh, and J. F.Cochrane.  2011.  The role of demographic compensation theory in incidental take assessments for endangered species.  Biological Conservation 144:730-    737.

Skalski, J. R., J. J. Millspaugh, M. V. Clawson, J. L. Belant, D. R. Etter, B. J. Frawley, and P. D. Friedrich.  2011.  Abundance of American martens in Michigan using statistical population reconstruction.  Journal of Wildlife Management 75:1767-1773.

Walter, W. D., D. M. Baasch, S. E. Hyngtrom, B. D. Trindle, A. J. Tyre, J. J. Millspaugh, C. J. Frost, J. R. Boner, and K. C. VerCauteren.  2011.  Space use of sympatric deer in a riparian ecosystem in an area where chronic wasting disease is endemic.  Wildlife Biology 17:191-209.

Baasch, D. M., J. W. Fisher, S. E. Hyngstrom, K. C. VerCauteren, A. J. Tyre, J. J. Millspaugh, J. W. Merchant, and J. D. Volesky.  2010.  Resource selection by elk in an agro-forested landscape of northwestern Nebraska.  Environmental Management DOI:10.1007/s00267-010-9559-2.

Baasch, D. M., A. J. Tyre, J. J. Millspaugh, S. E. Hygnstrom, and K. C. Vercauteren.  2010.  An evaluation of three statistical methods used to model resource selection.  Ecological Modeling 221:565-575.

Broms, K., J. R. Skalski, J. J. Millspaugh, C. A. Hagen, and J. H. Schulz.  2010.  Using population reconstruction to estimate demographic trends in small game populations.  Journal of Wildlife Management 74:410-417.

Eads, D. A., D. E. Biggins, D. S. Jachowski, T. M. Livieri, J. J. Millspaugh, and M. Forsberg.  2010.  Morning ambush attacks by black-footed ferrets on emerging prairie dogs.  Ethology, Ecology, and Evolution 22:1-8.

Eads, D. A., J. G. Chipault, D. E. Biggins, T. M. Livieri, and J. J. Millspaugh.  2010.  Nighttime aboveground movements by prairie dogs on colonies inhabited by black-footed ferrets.  Western North American Naturalist 70:261-265.

Jachowski, D. S., J. J. Millspaugh, D. E. Biggins, T. M. Livieri, and M. R. Matchett.  2010.  Home range size and the spatial organization of black-footed ferrets in South Dakota.  Wildlife Biology 16:66-77.

Lesmeister, D. B., J. J. Millspaugh, M. E. Gompper, and T. W. Mong.  2010.  Eastern spotted skunk survival and cause-specific mortality in the Ouachita Mountains, Arkansas.  American Midland Naturalist 164:52-61.

Licht, D. S., J. J. Millspaugh, K. E. Kunkel, C. O. Kochanny, and R. O. Peterson.  2010.  Using small populations of wolves for ecosystem stewardship.  Bioscience 60:147-154.

Monello, R. J., J. J. Millspaugh, R. J. Woods, and M. E. Gompper.  2010.  The influence of parasites on faecal glucocorticoid metabolite levels in raccoons: an experimental assessment in a natural setting.  Journal of Zoology 282:100-108.

Montgomery, R. A., G. J. Roloff, J. M. Ver Hoef, and J. J. Millspaugh.  2010.  Can we accurately characterize wildlife resource use when telemetry data are imprecise?  Journal of Wildlife Management 74:1917-1925.

Peterson, R. O., J. J. Millspaugh, D. S. Licht, and K. E. Kunkel.  2010.  Looking to the past for the future: using wolves to restore ecosystem.  Bioscience 60:485-486.

Rittenhouse, C. D., F. R. Thompson, III, J. J. Millspaugh, W. D. Dijak, and R. L. Clawson.  2010.  Evaluation of landscape-level habitat suitability models using demographic data.  Journal of Wildlife Management 74:411-422.

Bonnot, T., J. J. Millspaugh, and M. Rumble.  2009.  Multi-scale nest-site selection by Black-backed Woodpeckers in outbreaks of mountain pine beetles.  Forest Ecology and Management 259:220-228.

Cao, J., Z. He, K. Suedkamp Wells, J. J. Millspaugh, and M. R. Ryan.  2009.  Modeling age and nest-specific survival using a hierarchical Bayesian approach.  Biometrics 65:1052-1062. 

Chinnadurai, S., J. J. Millspaugh, W. Matthews, K. Canter, R. Slotow, and R. J. Woods.  2009. Validation of fecal glucocorticoid metabolite assays for African herbivores.  Journal of Wildlife Management 73:1014-1020.

Lesmeister, D. B., M. E. Gompper, and J. J. Millspaugh.  2009.  Habitat selection and home range dynamics of eastern spotted skunks in the Ouachita Mountains, Arkansas.  Journal of Wildlife Management 73:18-25.

Lesmeister, D. B., M. E. Gompper, and J. J. Millspaugh.  2009.  Summer resting and den site selection by eastern spotted skunks (Spilogale putorius) in the Ouachita           Mountains, Arkansas.  Journal of Mammalogy 89:1512-1520.

Lesmeister, D. B., J. J. Millspaugh, S. E. Wade, and M. E. Gompper.  2009.  A fecal-borne parasite survey of the eastern spotted skunk (Spilogale putorius) in Western Arkansas.  Journal of Wildlife Diseases 44:1041-1044.

McGowan, C. P., J. J. Millspaugh, M. R. Ryan, C. Kruse, and G. Pavelka.  2009.  Estimating survival of precocial chicks during the pre-fledging period using a catch-curve analysis and count-based age-class data.  Journal of Field Ornithology 80:83-91.

Millspaugh, J. J., J. R. Skalski, D. R. Diefenbach, M. S. Boyce, L. P. Hansen, and K. Kammermeyer.  2009.  An evaluation of SAK model performance.  Journal of Wildlife Management 73:442-451.

Moll, R. J., J. J. Millspaugh, J. Beringer, J. Sartwell, R. J. Woods, and K. Vercauteren.  2009.  Physiological stress response of white-tailed deer to video collars.  Journal of Wildlife Management 73:609-614.

Moll, R. J., J. J. Millspaugh, J. Beringer, J. Sartwell, Z. He, J. Eggert, and X. Zhao.  2009.  A terrestrial animal-borne video system for large mammals.  Computers and Electronics in Agriculture 66:133-139.

Woolley, L. A., J. J. Millspaugh, R. J. Woods, S. Janse van Rensburg, B. R. Page, and R. Slotow. 2009.  Intraspecific strategic responses of African elephants to           temporal variation in forage quality.  Journal of Wildlife Management 73:827-835.

Bonnot, T., M. Rumble, and J. J. Millspaugh.  2008.  Nest survival of black-backed woodpeckers in mountain pine beetle infestations in the Black Hills, South Dakota.  Condor 110:450-457. 

Burke, T., B. Page, G. van Dyk, J. Millspaugh, and R. Slotow.  2008.  Risk and ethical concerns of hunting male elephants.  PLoS ONE 3(6): e2417. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0002417.

He, Z., J. Eggert, X. Wen, J. Millspaugh, R. Moll, J. Beringer, and J. Sartwell.  2008.  Energy-aware portable video communication system design for wildlife activity monitoring.  IEEE Communications 8:25-37.

Jachowski, D., J. J. Millspaugh, D. E. Biggins, T. Livieri, and R. Matchett.  2008.  Implications of black-tailed prairie dog spatial dynamics on black-footed ferrets.  Natural Areas Journal 28:14-25.

Millspaugh, J. J., R. A. Gitzen, D. S. Licht, S. Amelon, T. W. Bonnot, D. S. Jachowski, D. T. Jones-Farrand, B. J. Keller, C. P. McGowan, M. S. Pruett, C. D. Rittenhouse, and K. M. Suedkamp Wells.  2008.  Effects of culling on bison demographics in Midwestern National Parks.  Natural Areas Journal 28:240-250.

Millspaugh, J. J., J. Sartwell, R. A. Gitzen, R. J. Moll, and J. Beringer.  2008.  A pragmatic view of animal-borne video technology.  Trends in Ecology and Evolution 23:294-295.

Rittenhouse, C. D., J. J. Millspaugh, A. B. Cooper, M. Hubbard, S. L. Sheriff, and R. A. Gitzen.  2008.  Modeling resource selection using polytomous logistic regression and kernel density estimates.  Environmental and Ecological Statistics 15:39-47. 

Rittenhouse, C. D., J. J. Millspaugh, M. W. Hubbard, S. L. Sheriff, and W. D. Dijak.  2008.  Resource selection by translocated three-toed box turtles in Missouri.  Journal of Wildlife Management 72:268-275.

Skalski, J. R., J. J. Millspaugh, and K. E. Ryding.  2008.  Effects of asymptotic and   maximum age estimates on calculated rates of population change.  Ecological              Modelling 212:528-535. 

Skalski, J. R., R. L. Townsend, L. L. McDonald, J. W. Kern, and J. J. Millspaugh.  2008.  Type I errors linked to faulty endangered species classification.  Journal of       Agricultural, Biological, and Environmental Statistics 13:199-220. 

Suedkamp Wells, K. M., J. J. Millspaugh, M. R. Ryan, and M. W. Hubbard.  2008.  Factors affecting home range size and movements of post-fledging grassland birds.  Wilson Journal of Ornithology 120:120-130.

Woolley, L. A., J. J. Millspaugh, S. Janse van Rensburg, B. Page, and R. Slotow.  2008.  Population and individual elephant responses to a catastrophic fire in Pilanesburg National Park.  PLoS ONE 3(9): e3233. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0003233.

Bajer, P. G., J. J. Millspaugh, and R. S. Hayward.  2007.  Application of discrete choice models to predict white crappie temperature selection in two Missouri impoundments.  Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 136:889-901. 

Dijak, W. D., C. D. Rittenhouse, M. A. Larson, F. R. Thompson, III, and J. J. Millspaugh.  2007.  Software review: Landscape HSI Models Software.  Journal of Wildlife Management 71:668-670.

Gitzen, R. A., and J. J. Millspaugh.  2007.  Nomograms aid interpretation of complex regression models.  Journal of Wildlife Management 71:2438-2443.

Hackett, H. M., D. B. Lesmeister, J. Desanty-Combes, W. Montague, J. J. Millspaugh, and M. E. Gompper.  2007.  Variation in detection rates of eastern spotted skunks (Spilogale putorius) in Missouri and Arkansas using live-capture and non-invasive techniques.  American Midland Naturalist 158:123-131.

Millspaugh, J. J., T. Burke, G. van Dyk, R. Slotow, B. E. Washburn, and R. J. Woods.  2007.  Stress response of working African elephants to transportation and safari adventures.  Journal of Wildlife Management 71:1257-1260.

Moll, R. J., J. J. Millspaugh, J. Beringer, J. Sartwell, and Z. He.  2007.  A new ‘view’ of ecology and conservation through animal-borne video systems.  Trends in Ecology and Evolution 22:660-668.

Rittenhouse, C. D., J. J. Millspaugh, M. W. Hubbard, and S. L. Sheriff.  2007.  Movements of translocated and resident three-toed box turtles.  Journal of Herpetology 41:114-120. 

Ryding, K., J. J. Millspaugh, and J. R. Skalski.  2007.  Using time series to estimate the         finite rate of population increase from abundance data.  Journal of Wildlife            Management 71:202-207.

Schulz, J. H., R. A. Reitz, S. L. Sheriff, and J. J. Millspaugh.  2007.  Attitudes of Missouri small game hunters toward nontoxic shot restrictions.  Journal of Wildlife Management 71:628-633.

Skalski, J. R., J. J. Millspaugh, P. Dillingham, and R. A. Buchanan.  2007.  Calculating the variance of the finite rate of population change from a matrix model in Mathematica.  Environmental Modelling and Software 22:359-364.

Suedkamp Wells, K. M., M. R. Ryan, J. J. Millspaugh, F. R. Thompson, III, and M. W. Hubbard.  2007.  Survival of post-fledging grassland birds in Missouri.  Condor 109:781-794. 

Washburn, B. E., J. J. Millspaugh, D. L. Morris, J. H. Schulz, and J. Faaborg.  2007.  Using a commercially available enzyme immunoassay to quantify testosterone in avian plasma. Condor 109:181-186. 

Buskirk, S. W., and J. J. Millspaugh.  2006.  Metrics of use and availability in studies of resource selection.  Journal of Wildlife Management 70:358-366.

Gitzen, R. A., J. J. Millspaugh, and B. J. Kernohan.  2006.  Bandwidth selection for fixed kernel analysis of animal range use.  Journal of Wildlife Management 70:1334-1344.

Millspaugh, J. J., R. M. Nielson, L. McDonald, J. M. Marzluff, R. A. Gitzen, C. D. Rittenhouse, M. W. Hubbard, and S. L. Sheriff.  2006.  Analysis of resource selection using utilization distributions.  Journal of Wildlife Management 70:384-395.

Schulz, J. H., J. J. Millspaugh, A. J. Bermudez, X. Gao, T. W. Bonnot, L. G. Britt, and M. Paine.  2006.  Acute lead toxicosis in mourning doves.  Journal of Wildlife Management 70:413-421.

Schulz, J. H., P. I. Padding, and J. J. Millspaugh.  2006.  Will mourning dove crippling rates increase with nontoxic shot regulations?  Wildlife Society Bulletin 34:861-865.

Shifley, S. R., F. R. Thompson, III, W. D. Dijak, M. A. Larson, and J. J. Millspaugh.  2006.  Simulated effects of forest management alternatives on landscape structure and habitat suitability in the Midwestern United States.  Forest Ecology and Management 229:361-377.

Skalski, J. R., and J. J. Millspaugh.  2006.  Application of multidimensional change-in-ratio methods in program USER.  Wildlife Society Bulletin 34:433-439.

Skalski, J. R., J. J. Millspaugh, and K. E. Ryding.  2006.  The impact of hunter postseason survey design on harvest estimation.  Wildlife Society Bulletin 34:329-337.

Goldstein, E. J., J. J. Millspaugh, B. E. Washburn, G. C. Brundige, and K. J. Raedeke.  2005.  Relationships among fecal glucocorticoids, lungworm levels, and recruitment in bighorn sheep in South Dakota.  Journal of Wildlife Diseases 41:416-425.

Millspaugh, J. J., B. E. Washburn, T. M. Meyer, J. Beringer, and L. P. Hansen.  2005.  Immobilization of Clover-trapped white-tailed deer, Odocoileus virginianus, with medetomidine and ketamine, and antagonism with atipamezole.  Canadian Field-Naturalist 118:185-190.

Rittenhouse, C. D., J. J. Millspaugh, B. E. Washburn, and M. Hubbard. 2005. Effects of radio transmitters on fecal glucocorticoid metabolite levels in captive three-toed box turtles. Wildlife Society Bulletin 33:706-713.

Schulz, J. H., A. J. Bermudez, and J. J. Millspaugh.  2005.  Monitoring presence and annual variation of trichmoniasis in mourning doves.  Avian Diseases 49:387-389. 

Schulz, J. H., J. J. Millspaugh, B. E. Washburn, A. J. Bermudez, J. L. Tomlinson, T. W. Mong,              and Z. He.  2005.  Physiological effects of radio transmitters on mourning doves.  Wildlife Society Bulletin 33:1092-1100.

Skalski, J. R., J. J. Millspaugh, and R. D. Spencer.  2005.  Population estimation and biases in paint-ball mark-resight surveys of elk.  Journal of Wildlife Management 69:1043-1052.

Beringer, J., J. J. Millspaugh, J. Sartwell, and R. Woeck.  2004.  Real-time video recording of food selection by captive white-tailed deer.  Wildlife Society Bulletin 32:648-654.  

Larson, M. A., F. R. Thompson, III, J. J. Millspaugh, W. D. Dijak, and S. R. Shifley.  2004.  Linking population viability, habitat suitability, and landscape simulation models for conservation planning.  Ecological Modelling 180:103-118.

Marzluff, J. M., J. J. Millspaugh, P. Hurvitz, and M. S. Handcock.  2004.  Resource utilization of an avian nest predator: relating resources to a probabilistic measure of animal use.  Ecology 85:1411-1427.

Millspaugh, J. J., G. C. Brundige, K. J. Raedeke, and R. A. Gitzen.  2004.  Herd organization of Rocky Mountain elk, Cervus elaphus nelsoni, in South Dakota.  Wildlife Society Bulletin 32:506-514.

Millspaugh, J. J., R. A. Gitzen, B. J. Kernohan, M. Larson, and C. Clay.  2004.  Comparability of three analytical techniques to assess joint space use.  Wildlife Society Bulletin 32:148-157.

Millspaugh, J. J., and K. F. Millenbah.  2004.  Value and structure of research experiences for undergraduate wildlife students.  Wildlife Society Bulletin 32:1185-1194.

Millspaugh, J. J., and B. E. Washburn.  2004.  Use of fecal glucocorticoid metabolite measures in conservation biology research: considerations for application and interpretation.  General and Comparative Endocrinology 138:189-199.

Washburn, B. E., D. Tempel, J. J. Millspaugh, R. J. Gutiérrez, and M. Seamans.  2004.  Factors related to fecal estrogens and fecal testosterone in California Spotted Owls.  Condor 106:567-579.

Beringer, J., L. P. Hansen, J. J. Millspaugh, and T. Meyer.  2003.  A statewide surveillance effort for detecting chronic wasting disease in wild white-tailed deer in Missouri.  Wildlife Society Bulletin 31:873-881.

Beringer, J., K. C. VerCauteren, and J. J. Millspaugh.  2003.  Evaluation of an animal-activated scarecrow and a monofilament fence at reducing deer use of soybean fields.  Wildlife Society Bulletin 31:492-498. 

Suedkamp, K. M., B. E. Washburn, J. J. Millspaugh, M. R. Ryan, and M. Hubbard.  2003.  Effects of radiotransmitters on fecal glucocorticoid levels in captive dickcissels.  Condor 105:805-810.

Gitzen, R. A., and J. J. Millspaugh.  2003.  Evaluation of least squares cross validation bandwidth selection options for kernel estimation.  Wildlife Society Bulletin 31:823-831.

Millenbah, K. F., and J. J. Millspaugh.  2003.  Using experiential learning in wildlife courses to improve retention, problem solving, and decision making.  Wildlife Society Bulletin 31:127-137.

Millspaugh, J. J., and B. E. Washburn.  2003.  Within-sample variation in fecal glucocorticoid measurements.  General and Comparative Endocrinology 132:21-26.

Millspaugh, J. J., B. E. Washburn, M. A. Milanick. R. Slotow, and G. van Dyk.  2003.  Effects of heat and chemical treatments on fecal glucocorticoid measurements: implications for sample transport.  Wildlife Society Bulletin 31:399-406. 

Schulz, J. H., J. J. Millspaugh, B. E. Washburn, and D. Zekor.  2003.  Enhancing sport hunting opportunities for urbanites.  Wildlife Society Bulletin 31:565-573.

Washburn, B. E., J. J. Millspaugh, J. H. Schulz, S. B. Jones, and T. W. Mong.  2003.  Using fecal glucocorticoids for stress assessment in mourning doves.  Condor 105:696-706. 

Herter, D. R., L. L. Hicks, H. C. Stabins, J. J. Millspaugh, A. J. Renkert, and L. C. Melampy.  2002.  Roost site characteristics of Northern Spotted owls in the nonbreeding season.  Forest Science 48:437-444.

Marzluff, J. M., J. J. Millspaugh, K. Ceder, C. D. Oliver, J. Withey, J. B. McCarter, C. L. Mason, and J. Comnick.  2002.  Modeling changes in wildlife habitat and economic return in response to timber management at the landscape scale.  Forest Science 48:191-202.

Millspaugh, J. J., B. E. Washburn, M. A. Milanick, J. Beringer, L. Hansen, and T. Meyer.  2002.  Noninvasive techniques for stress assessment in white-tailed deer.  Wildlife Society Bulletin 30:899-907.

Washburn, B. E., and J. J. Millspaugh.  2002.  Effects of simulated environmental conditions on fecal glucocorticoid measurements.  General and Comparative Endocrinology 127:217- 222.

Washburn, B. E., D. L. Morris, J. J. Millspaugh, J. R. Faaborg, and J. H. Schulz.  2002.  Using a commercially available radioimmunoassay to quantify corticosterone in small volume avian plasma samples.  Condor 104:558-563.

Schulz, J. H., J. J. Millspaugh, B. E. Washburn, G. R. Wester, J. T. Lanigan, and J. C. Franson.  2002.  Assessing spent shot availability on areas managed for mourning doves.  Wildlife Society Bulletin 30:112-120.

Skalski, J. R., and J. J. Millspaugh.  2002.  Generic variance expressions, precision, and sampling optimization for the sex-age-kill model of population reconstruction.  Journal of Wildlife Management 66:1308-1316.

Millspaugh, J. J., R. J. Woods, K. Hunt, K. J. Raedeke, B. E. Washburn, G. C. Brundige, and S. K. Wasser.  2001.  Using fecal glucocorticoids to quantify the physiological stress response of free-ranging elk. Wildlife Society Bulletin 29:899-907.

Roloff, G. J., J. J. Millspaugh, R. A. Gitzen, and G. C. Brundige.  2001.  Verification of a spatially explicit habitat model for Rocky Mountain elk.  Journal of Wildlife Management 65:899-914.

Merwin, D. S., J. J. Millspaugh, G. C. Brundige, D. Schultz, and C. L. Tyner.  2000.  Immobilization of free-ranging Rocky Mountain Bighorn ewes with Telazol and xylazine hydrochloride.  Canadian Field-Naturalist 114:471-475.

Millspaugh, J. J., M. A. Coleman, P. J. Bauman, K. J. Raedeke, and G. C. Brundige.  2000.  Differences in serum profiles of Rocky Mountain elk, Cervus elaphus nelsoni, captured by three methods in the Black Hills, South Dakota.  Canadian Field-Naturalist 114:196-200.

Millspaugh, J. J., K. J. Raedeke, G. C. Brundige, and R. A. Gitzen.  2000.  Elk and hunter space use sharing in the Southern Black Hills, South Dakota.  Journal of Wildlife Management 64:994-1003.

Wasser, S. K., K. E. Hunt, J. L. Brown, K. Cooper, C. M. Crockett, U. Bechert, J. J. Millspaugh, S. Larson, and S. L. Monfort.  2000.  A generalized fecal glucocorticoid assay for use in a diverse array of non-domestic mammalian and avian species.  General and Comparative Endocrinology 120:260-275.

Cooper, A. B. and J. J. Millspaugh.  1999.  The application of discrete choice models to      wildlife resource selection studies.  Ecology 80:566-575.

Seaman, D. E., J. J. Millspaugh, B. J. Kernohan, G. C. Brundige, K. J. Raedeke, and R. A. Gitzen.  1999.  Effects of sample size on kernel home range estimates.  Journal of Wildlife Management 63:739-747.

Kernohan, B. J., J. J. Millspaugh, J. A. Jenks, and D. E. Naugle.  1998.  Use of home range estimators in a GIS environment to identify habitat use patterns.  Journal of Environmental Management 53:83-89.

Millspaugh, J. J., G. C. Brundige, K. J. Raedeke, and C. C. Willmott.  1998.  Summer diurnal bed sites of elk in the Northern Great Plains: Considerations for thermal cover management.  American Midland Naturalist 137:133-140.

Millspaugh, J. J., J. R. Skalski, B. J. Kernohan, G. C. Brundige, K. J. Raedeke, and A. B. Cooper.  1998.  Some comments on spatial independence in studies of resource selection.  Wildlife Society Bulletin 26:232-236.

Kernohan, B. J., J. A. Jenks, D. E. Naugle, and J. J. Millspaugh.  1996.  Predicting 24-hour use habitat use patterns of white-tailed deer from diurnal use.  Journal of Environmental Management 48: 299-303.

Millspaugh, J. J., and G. C. Brundige.  1996.  Estimating elk body mass using chest girth.  Wildlife Society Bulletin 24:58-62.

Millspaugh, J. J., G. C. Brundige, J. A. Jenks, C. L. Tyner, and D. R. Hustead.  1995.  Immobilization of Rocky Mountain Elk with Telazol and xylazine hydrochloride and antagonism with yohimbine hydrochloride.  Journal of Wildlife Diseases 31:259-262.

Millspaugh, J. J., G. C. Brundige, and J. A. Jenks.  1994.  Summer elk trapping in South Dakota.  Prairie Naturalist 26:125-129.

 

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