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    l .W. and B.A. Maurer. 2010. Multivariate correlations between imagery and field measurements across scales: comparing pixel aggregation d image segmentation. Landscape Ecology 25(4):591-605.

    Karl, J.W. and B.A. Maurer. 2010. Spatial dependence of predictions from image segmentation: a variogram-based method to determine appropriate scales for producing land-management information. Ecological Informatics 5(3):194-202.

    Karl, J.W. 2010. Spatial Predictions of Cover Attributes of Rangeland Ecosystems Using Regression Kriging and Remote Sensing. Rangeland Ecology and Management. 63(3):335-349.

    Lowe, B.S. D. J. Delehanty  & J. W. Connelly. 2009. Greater Sage-Grouse Centrocercus urophasianus Use of Threetip Sagebrush Relative to Big Sagebrush in South-Central Idaho. Wildlife Biology 15(3):229-236.

    Newlon, K.R. and V.A. Saab. 2011. Nest-site selection and nest survival of Lewis's woodpecker in aspen riparian woodlands. The Condor 113(1): 183-193.

    Wijayratne, U. and D. Pyke. 2009. Investigating seed longevity of big sagebrush (Artemisia tridentata). USGS. Open File Report 2009-1146

    Zaroban, D. W. 2010. Considerations for Wood River Sculpin conservation: Historical occurrence and sampling efficiency. Western North American Naturalist. 70(4) 446-456

    Zaroban, D. W. and S.M. Anglea. 2010. Efficacy of using passive integrated transponder technology to track individual short head sculpin. Western North American Naturalist. 70(2) 218-223.


    Other Articles of Interest

    J. P. Cohn. 2010. A Narrow Path for Pronghorns. BioScience. June 2010. Vol. 60 (6): 480.

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