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These publications have been identified and compiled by BLM librarians for researchers interested in Greater sage-grouse, in support of the BLM's Greater sage-grouse conservation initiative.

Due to copyright protection and our subscription agreements, most articles from subscription journals or databases are accessible only to users on the BLM network. We have linked to articles available on the open Web where available.

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Citations are organized alphabetically by first author's last name:

A | B | C | D | E | F | G | H | I | J | K | L | M | N | O | P | Q | R | S | T | U | V | W | X | Y | Z

 

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Able, K.P. 2000. Sage Grouse futures. Birding 32:306-316.
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Aldridge, C.L. 2000. Reproduction and habitat use by Sage Grouse (Centrocercus urophasianus) in a northern fringe population. M.S. thesis, University of Regina. Regina, SK, Canada.

Aldridge, C.L., and M.S. Boyce. 2007. Linking occurrence and fitness to persistence: Habitat-based approach for endangered Greater Sage-Grouse. Ecological Applications 17(2):508-526.

Aldridge, C.L., and R.M. Brigham. 2001. Nesting and reproductive activities of Greater Sage-Grouse in a declining northern fringe population. The Condor 103:537-543.

Aldridge, C.L., S.E. Nielsen, H.L. Beyer, M.S. Boyce, J.W. Connelly, S.T. Knick, and M.A. Schroeder. 2008. Range-wide patterns of greater sage-grouse persistence. Diversity and Distributions 14(6):983-994.

Allred, W.J. 1946. Sage Grouse trapping and transplanting. Proceedings of Western Association State Game and Fish Commissioners 26:143-146.
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---. 1942. Predation and the sage grouse. Wyoming Wildlife 7(1):3-4.
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Alstatt, A.L. 1995. The potential impact of raven predation on sage grouse production in Nevada. M.S. thesis, University of Nevada, Reno. Reno, NV.
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Anthony, R.G., and M.J. Willis. 2009. Survival rates of female greater sage-grouse in autumn and winter in southeastern Oregon. Journal of Wildlife Management 73(4):538-545.

Apa, A.D. 1998. Habitat use and movements of sympatric sage[-grouse] and Columbian sharp-tailed grouse in southeastern Idaho. Ph.D. dissertation, University of Idaho. Moscow, ID.

Armstrong, J.C. 2007. Improving sustainable seed yield in Wyoming big sagebrush. M.S. thesis, Brigham Young University. Provo, UT.

Atamian, M.T., J.S. Sedinger, J.S. Heaton, and E.J. Blomberg. 2010. Landscape-level assessment of brood rearing habitat for greater sage-grouse in Nevada. Journal of Wildlife Management 74(7):1533-1543.

Autenrieth, R. 1985. Sage Grouse life history and habitat management. P. 52 in K. Sanders and J. Durham, eds. Rangeland fire effects: A symposium. Bureau of Land Management, Idaho State Office, Boise, ID.
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Autenrieth, R., W. Molini, and C. Braun. 1982. Sage Grouse management practices. Western States Sage Grouse Committee Technical Bulletin 1:1-42.
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Back, G.N., M.R. Barrington, and J.K. McAdoo. 1987. Sage Grouse use of snow burrows in northeastern Nevada. The Wilson Bulletin 99(3):488-490.

Baker, W.L. 2011. Pre-Euro-American and recent fire in sagebrush ecosystems. Pp. 185-201 in S.T. Knick and J.W. Connelly, eds. Greater sage-grouse: Ecology and conservation of a landscape species and its habitats. Studies in Avian Biology, vol. 38. University of California Press, Berkeley, CA.
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Barber, T.A. 1968. Function of the cecal microflora in sage grouse nutrition. M.S. thesis, Colorado State University. Fort Collins, CO.
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Barnett, J.K., and J.A. Crawford. 1994. Pre-laying nutrition of Sage Grouse hens in Oregon. Journal of Range Management 47:114-118.
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Baxter, R.J., J.T. Flinders, and D.L. Mitchell. 2008. Survival, movements, and reproduction of translocated Greater Sage-Grouse in Strawberry Valley, Utah. Journal of Wildlife Management 72(1):179-186.

Beck, J.L., and D.L. Mitchell. 2000. Influences of livestock grazing on sage grouse habitat. Wildlife Society Bulletin 28(4):993-1002.

Beck, J.L., J.W. Connelly, and K.P. Reese. 2009. Recovery of greater sage‐grouse habitat features in Wyoming big sagebrush following prescribed fire. Restoration Ecology 17(3):393‐403.

Beck, J.L., K.P. Reese, J.W. Connelly, and M.B. Lucia. 2006. Movements and survival of juvenile Greater Sage-Grouse in southeastern Idaho. Wildlife Society Bulletin 34(4):1070-1078.

Beck, T.D.I. 1977. Sage grouse flock characteristics and habitat selection in winter. Journal of Wildlife Management 41(1):18-26.

---. 1975. Attributes of a wintering population of Sage Grouse, North Park, Colorado. M.S. thesis, Colorado State University. Fort Collins, CO
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---. 1975. Game bird survey. Effects of sagebrush control on distribution and abundance of Sage Grouse: Attributes of a wintering population of Sage Grouse, North Park, Colorado. Pages 37-78 in Job Progress Report. Project number: COLO. W-037-R-28/WK.PL.03/JOB 08A. Colorado Division of Wildlife, Denver, CO.
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Beck, T.D.I., and C.E. Braun. 1978. Weights of Colorado Sage Grouse. The Condor 80(2):241-243.

Beever, E.A., and C.L. Aldridge. 2011. Influences of free‐roaming equids on sagebrush ecosystems, with a focus on greater sage‐grouse. Pp. 273-290 in S.T. Knick and J.W. Connelly (editors). Greater sage-grouse: Ecology and conservation of a landscape species and its habitats. Studies in Avian Biology, vol. 38. University of California Press, Berkeley, CA.

Benson, L.A., C.E. Braun, and W.C. Leininger. 1991. Sage grouse response to burning in the big sagebrush type. Proceedings: Issues and Technology in the Management of Impacted Western Wildlife 5:97-104. Thorne Ecological Institute.
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Berry, J.D., and R.L. Eng. 1985. Interseasonal movements and fidelity to seasonal use areas by female sage grouse. Journal of Wildlife Management 49(1):237-240.

Bizeau, E. 1960. Sage grouse management in Idaho. Pheasant Gazette 9(11):16-17.
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Blake, C.S. 1970. The response of sage grouse populations to precipitation trends and habitat quality in south central Idaho. Pp. 452-462 in Proceedings of the 50th Annual Conference of the Western Association of State Game and Fish Commissioners.
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Blus, L.J., C.S. Staley, C.J. Henny, G.W. Pendleton, T.H. Craig, E.H. Craig, and D.K. Halford. 1989. Effects of organophosphorus insecticides on sage grouse in southeastern Idaho. Journal of Wildlife Management 53(4):1139-1146.

Borell, A.E. 1939. Telephone wires fatal to sage grouse. The Condor 41(2):85-86.

Boyce, M.S. 1980. Robust canonical correlation of sage grouse habitat. Pp. 152-159 in General Technical Report RM-87. Papers presented at a workshop on the use of multivariate statistics in studies of wildlife habitat. USDA Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station, Fort Collins, CO.

Boyce, M.S., and J. Tate. 1979. A Bibliography on the Sage Grouse (Centrocercus urophasianus). University of Wyoming Agricultural Experiment Station, Laramie, WY.
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Boyce, M.S., D. Rothenmaier, and J. Tate, Jr. 1979. Multivariate analysis of habitat selection by Sage Grouse. Journal of the Colorado-Wyoming Academy of Science 11:93.
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Bradbury, J.W., R.M. Gibson, C.E. McCarthy, and S.L. Vehrencamp. 1989. Dispersion of displaying male sage grouse. Part II, The role of female dispersion. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 24(1):15-24.

Bradbury, J.W., R.M. Gibson, and I.M. Tsai. 1986. Hotspots and the dispersion of leks. Animal Behaviour 34:1694-1709.
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Braun, C.E. 2006. A blueprint for sage-grouse conservation and recovery. Grouse Inc., Tucson, AZ.

---. 1998. Sage grouse declines in western North America: What are the problems? Proceedings of the Western Association of State Fish and Wildlife Agencies, 78:139-156.

---. 1995. Distribution and status of sage grouse in Colorado. Prairie Naturalist 27:1-9.
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---. 1986. Changes in sage grouse lek counts with advent of surface coal mining. Pp. 227-231 in R.D. Comer, T.G. Baumann, P. Davis, J.W. Monarch, J. Todd, S. VanGytenbeek, D. Wills, and J. Woodling (editors). Issues and technology in the management of impacted western wildlife: Proceedings of a national symposium. Thorne Ecological Institute, Glenwood Springs, Colorado.
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---. 1979. Evaluation of the effects of changes in hunting regulations on sage grouse populations. Job Progress Report. Project number: COLO. W-037-R-32, Job 9a. Colorado Division of Wildlife, Fort Collins, CO.
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---. 1978. Game bird survey: Evaluation of the effects of changes in hunting regulations on sage grouse populations. Project number: COLO. W-037-R-31/WK.PL.03/JOB 09. Colorado Division of Wildlife, Fort Collins, CO.
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---. 1975. Mortality, survival and effects of hunting on grouse, partridge, pheasants, and quail: An annotated bibliography. Report No. 3. Colorado Division of Wildlife, Fort Collins, CO.
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Braun, C.E., O.O. Oedekoven, and C.L. Aldridge. 2002. Oil and gas development in western North America: Effects on sagebrush steppe avifauna with particular emphasis on sage grouse. Transactions of the North American Wildlife and Natural Resources Conference 67:337-349.

Braun, C.E., and T.D.I. Beck. 1996. Effects of research on sage grouse management. Transactions of the North American Wildlife and Natural Resources Conference 61:429-436.
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---. 1977. Effects of sagebrush spraying. P. 33 in Colorado Game Research Review 1975-1976. Colorado Division of Wildlife, Fort Collins, CO.
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Braun, C.E., T. Britt, and R.O. Wallestad. 1977. Guidelines for maintenance of sage grouse habitats. Wildlife Society Bulletin 5(3):99‐106.

Braun, C.E., and W.B. Willers. 1967. The helminth and protozoan parasites of North American grouse (Family: Tetraonidae): A checklist. Avian Disease 11(2):170-187.

Browers, H.W., and L.D. Flake. 1985. Breakup and sibling dispersal of two sage grouse broods. Prairie Naturalist 17:248-249.
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Bruce, J.R., W.D. Robinson, S.L. Petersen, and R.F. Miller. 2011. Greater sage-grouse movements and habitat use during winter in central Oregon. Western North American Naturalist 71(3):418-424.

Bukowski, B.E., and W.L. Baker. 2013. Historical fire regimes, reconstructed from land-survey data, led to complexity and fluctuation in sagebrush landscapes. Ecological Applications 23(3):546-564.

Burnett, L.E. 1905. The sage grouse, Centrocercus urophasianus. The Condor 7(4):102-105.

Busek, E.A. 1973. Grounds for grouse. Soil Conservation 38:169-170.
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Bush, K.L., C.K. Dyte, B.J. Moynahan, C.L. Aldridge, H.S. Sauls, A.M. Battazzo, B.L. Walker, K.E. Doherty, J. Tack, J. Carlson, D. Eslinger, J. Nicholson, M.S. Boyce, D.E. Naugle, C.A. Paszkowski, and D.W. Coltman. 2011. Population structure and genetic diversity of greater sage-grouse (Centrocercus urophasianus) in fragmented landscapes at the northern edge of their range. Conservation Genetics 12(2):527-542.

Byrne, M.W. 2002. Habitat use by female Greater Sage Grouse in relation to fire at Hart Mountain National Antelope Refuge, Oregon. M.S. thesis, Oregon State University. Corvallis, OR.

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Cagney, J., E. Bainter, B. Budd, T. Christiansen, V. Herren, M. Holloran, B. Rashford, M. Smith and J.Williams. 2010. Grazing influence, objective development, and management in Wyoming’s Greater sage-grouse habitat. Bulletin B-1203. University of Wyoming Cooperative Extension Service, Laramie, WY.

Call, M.W. 1979. Habitat requirements and management recommendations for sage grouse. Technical Note 330. Bureau of Land Management, Denver, CO.

Call, M.W., and C. Maser. 1985. Wildlife habitats in managed rangelands -- The Great Basin of southeastern Oregon: Sage Grouse. General Technical Report PNW-187. USDA Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Forest and Range Experiment Station, Portland, OR.

Canadian Sage Grouse Recovery Team. 2001. Canadian sage grouse recovery strategy. Saskatchewan Environment and Resource Management, Regina, SK, and Alberta Sustainable Resource Development, Edmonton, AB, Canada.

Carpenter, J.C., C. Aldridge, and M.S. Boyce. 2010. Sage-grouse habitat selection during winter in Alberta. The Journal of Wildlife Management 74(8):1806-1814.

Carr, H.D. 1967. Effects of sagebrush spraying on abundance, distribution and movements of Sage Grouse. M.S. thesis, Colorado State University. Fort Collins, CO.
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Casazza, M.L., P.S. Coates, and C.T. Overton. 2011. Linking habitat selection to brood success in Greater Sage-grouse. Pp. 151-167 in B.K. Sandercock, K. Martin, G. Segelbacher (editors). Ecology, conservation, and management of grouse. Studies in Avian Biology, vol. 39. University of California Press, Berkeley, CA.

Caudill, D. 2011. Factors affecting Greater Sage-grouse (Centrocercus urophasianus) survival and movement in south-central Utah. M.S. thesis, Utah State University. Logan, UT.

Christiansen, T. 2009. Fence marking to reduce Greater sage‐grouse collisions and mortality near Farson, Wyoming: Summary of interim results. Wyoming Game and Fish Department unpublished interim report.

Christiansen, T.J., and C.M. Tate. 2011. Parasites and infectious diseases of Greater Sage-grouse. Pp. 113-126 in S.T. Knick and J.W. Connelly (editors). Greater sage-grouse: Ecology and conservation of a landscape species and its habitats. Studies in Avian Biology, vol. 38. University of California Press, Berkeley, CA.
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Clark, L., J. Hall, R. McLean, M. Dunbar, K. Klenk, R. Bowen, and C.A. Smeraski. 2006. Susceptibility of Greater sage-grouse to experimental infection with West Nile virus. Journal of Wildlife Diseases 42(1):14-22.
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Colenso, B.E., M.S. Boyce, and J. Tate, Jr. 1980. Developing criteria for reclamation of Sage Grouse habitat on a surface coal mine in northeastern Wyoming. Pp. 27-31 in D.H. Graves (editor). Proceedings, 1980 Symposium on surface mining hydrology, sedimentation, and reclamation. Office of Engineering Services, College of Engineering, University of Kentucky, Lexington.
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Colorado Greater Sage‐grouse Steering Committee. 2008. Colorado Greater sage‐grouse conservation plan. Colorado Division of Wildlife, Denver, CO.

Commons, M.L., R.K. Baydack, and C.E. Braun. 1999. Sage grouse response to pinyon-juniper management. Pp. 238-239 in S.B. Monsen and R. Stevens (editors). Proceedings: Ecology and management of pinyon-juniper communities within the Interior West. RMRS-P-9. USDA Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station, Ogden, UT.

---. 1997. Gunnison sage grouse (Centrocercus minimus) use of fragmented habitats in southwestern Colorado. Wildlife Biology 3:283.
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Commons, M.L., D.L. Rieden, and C.E. Braun. 1995. Sage Grouse investigations in Dove Creek, Dolores County, Colorado. Journal of the Colorado-Wyoming Academy of Science 27:24.
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Connelly, J.W. 1982. An ecological study of sage grouse in southeastern Idaho. Ph.D. dissertation, Washington State University. Pullman, WA.
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Connelly, J.W., A.D. Apa, R.B. Smith, and K.P. Reese. 2000. Effects of predation and hunting on adult sage grouse (Centrocercus urophasianus) in Idaho. Wildlife Biology 6:227–232.

Connelly, J.W., W.J. Arthur, and O.D. Markham. 1981. Sage grouse leks on recently disturbed sites. Journal of Range Management 34(2):153-154.

Connelly, J.W., and I.J. Ball. 1978. The ecology of sage grouse on the Idaho National Engineering Laboratory Site. Pp. 224-235 in O.D. Markham (editor). Ecological studies on the Idaho National Engineering Laboratory Site, 1978 Progress Report. DOE Idaho Operations Office, Radiological and Environmental Sciences Laboratory, Pocatello, ID.
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Connelly, J.W., and C.E. Braun. 1997. Long-term changes in sage grouse (Centrocercus urophasianus) populations in western North America. Wildlife Biology 3:229-234.

Connelly, J.W., H.W. Browers, and R.J. Gates. 1988. Seasonal movements of sage grouse in southeastern Idaho. The Journal of Wildlife Management 52(1):116-122.

Connelly, J.W., and L.A. Doughty. 1990. Sage grouse use of wildlife water developments in southeastern Idaho. Pp. 167-172 in G.K. Tsukamoto and S.J. Stiver (editors). Wildlife water development: A proceedings of the Wildlife Water Development Symposium held in Las Vegas, Nevada, November 29, 30 and December 1, 1988. The Wildlife Society - Nevada Chapter, U.S. Bureau of Land Management - Nevada, and Nevada Department of Wildlife, Reno, NV.

Connelly, J.W., R.A. Fischer, A.D. Apa, K.P. Reese, and W.L. Wakkinen. 1993. Renesting by Sage Grouse in southeastern Idaho. The Condor 95(4):1041-1043.

Connelly, J.W., C.A. Hagen, and M.A. Schroeder. 2011. Characteristics and dynamics of greater sage-grouse populations. Pp. 53-67 in S.T. Knick and J.W. Connelly (editors). Greater Sage-grouse: Ecology and conservation of a landscape species and its habitat. Studies in Avian Biology, vol. 38. University of California Press, Berkeley, CA.

Connelly, J.W., S.T. Knick, C.E. Braun, W.L. Baker, E.A. Beever, T. Christiansen, K.E. Doherty, E.O. Garton, S.E. Hanser, D.H. Johnson, M. Leu, R.F. Miller, D.E. Naugle, S.J. Oyler-McCance, D.A. Pyke, K.P. Reese, M.A. Schroeder, S.J. Stiver, B.L. Walker, and M.J. Wisdom. 2011. Conservation of Greater Sage-grouse: A synthesis of current trends and future management. Pp. 549-563 in S.T. Knick and J.W. Connelly (editors). Greater Sage-grouse: Ecology and conservation of a landscape species and its habitat. Studies in Avian Biology, vol. 38. University of California Press, Berkeley, CA.

Connelly, J.W., S.T. Knick, M.A. Schroeder and S.J. Stiver. 2004. Conservation assessment of greater sagegrouse and sagebrush habitats. Western Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies. Unpublished report. Cheyenne, WY.

Connelly, J.W., and O.D. Markham. 1983. Movements and radionuclide concentrations of Sage Grouse in southeastern Idaho. The Journal of Wildlife Management 47(1):169-177.

Connelly, J.W., E.T. Rinkes, and C.E. Braun. 2011. Characteristics of greater sage‐grouse habitats: A landscape species at micro- and macroscales. Pp. 69-83 in S.T. Knick and J.W. Connelly (editors). Greater Sage-grouse: Ecology and conservation of a landscape species and its habitat. Studies in Avian Biology, vol. 38. University of California Press, Berkeley, CA.
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Connelly, J.W., K.P. Reese, R.A. Fischer, and W.L. Wakkinen. 2000. Response of a sage grouse breeding population to fire in southeastern Idaho. US Army Research. Paper 6.

Connelly, J.W., K.P. Reese, and M.A. Schroeder. 2003. Monitoring of greater sage‐grouse habitats and populations. University of Idaho, College of Natural Resources Experiment Station Bulletin 80. Moscow, ID.

Connelly, J.W., K.P. Reese, W.L. Wakkinen, M.D. Robertson, and R.A. Fischer. 1994. Sage grouse ecology: Study I, Sage grouse response to a controlled burn. P-R Project W-160-R-21. Idaho Department of Fish and Game, Boise, ID.
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Connelly, J.W., M.A. Schroeder, A.R. Sands, and C.E. Braun. 2000. Guidelines to manage sage grouse populations and their habitats. Wildlife Society Bulletin 28(4):967-985.

Crawford, J.A. 1997. Importance of herbaceous vegetation to female Sage Grouse (Centrocercus urophasianus) during the reproductive period: A synthesis of research from Oregon, USA. Wildlife Biology, 3:271.
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Crawford, J.A., M.A. Gregg, M.S. Drut, and A.K. DeLong. 1992. Habitat use by female sage grouse during the breeding season in Oregon. Oregon State University, Department of Fisheries and Wildlife, Corvallis, OR.
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Crawford, J.A., R.A. Olson, N.E. West, J.C. Mosley, M.A. Schroeder, T.D. Whitson, R.F. Miller, M.A. Gregg, and C.S. Boyd. 2004. Ecology and management of sage-grouse and sage-grouse habitat. Journal of Range Management 57:2-19.

Crawford, J.E., Jr. 1960. The movements, productivity, and management of Sage Grouse in Clark and Fremont Counties, Idaho. M.S. thesis, University of Idaho. Moscow, ID.
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Dalke, P.D., D.B. Pyrah, D.C. Stanton, J.E. Crawford, and E.F. Schlatterer. 1963. Ecology, productivity, and management of sage grouse in Idaho. The Journal of Wildlife Management 27(4):810-841.

Dantzker, M.S., G.B. Deane, and J.W. Bradbury. 1999. Directional acoustic radiation in the strut display of male sage grouse (Centrocercus urophasianus). The Journal of Experimental Biology 202:2893-2909.

DeLong, A.K., J.A. Crawford and D.C. DeLong, Jr. 1995. Relationships between vegetational structure and predation of artificial sage grouse nests. The Journal of Wildlife Management 59(1):88-92.

Dobkin, D.S. 1995. Management and conservation of sage-grouse, denominative species for the ecological health of shrubsteppe ecosystems. High Desert Ecological Research Institute, Bend, OR.

Doherty, M.K. 2007. Mosquito populations in the Powder River basin, Wyoming: A comparison of natural, agricultural and effluent coal bed natural gas aquatic habitats. M.S. thesis, Montana State University. Bozeman, MT.
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Doherty, K.E., J.L. Beck, and D.E. Naugle. 2011. Comparing ecological site descriptions to habitat characteristics influencing greater sage-grouse nest site occurrence and success. Rangeland Ecology & Management 64(4): 344‐351.

Doherty, K.E., D.E. Naugle, H.E. Copeland, A. Pocewicz, and J.M. Kiesecker. 2011. Energy development and conservation tradeoffs: Systematic planning for greater sage‐grouse in their eastern range. Pp. 505-516 in S.T. Knick and J.W. Connelly (editors). Greater sage‐grouse: Ecology and conservation of a landscape species and its habitats. Studies in Avian Biology, vol. 38. University of California Press, Berkeley, CA.
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Doherty, K.E., D.E. Naugle, B.L. Walker, and J.M. Graham. 2008. Greater sage‐grouse winter habitat selection and energy development. The Journal of Wildlife Management72(1):187‐195.

Doherty, K.E., D.E. Naugle, and B.L. Walker. 2010. Greater sage‐grouse nesting habitat: The importance of managing at multiple scales. The Journal of Wildlife Management 74(7):1544‐1553.

Doherty, K.E., J.D. Tack, J.S. Evans, and D.E. Naugle. 2010. Mapping breeding densities of greater sage-grouse: A tool for range-wide conservation planning. Completion Report for BLM interagency agreement L10PG00911. Bureau of Land Management, Washington, DC.

Drut, M.S., J.A. Crawford, and M.A. Gregg. 1994. Brood habitat use by Sage Grouse in Oregon. Great Basin Naturalist 54(2):170-176.

Dunn, P.O., and C.E. Braun. 1986. Late summer-spring movements of juvenile sage grouse. The Wilson Bulletin 98(1):83-92.

---. 1986. Summer habitat use by adult female and juvenile sage grouse. The Journal of Wildlife Management 50(2):228-235.

---. 1985. Natal dispersal and lek fidelity of sage grouse. The Auk 102(3):621-627.

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Edelmann, F.B., M.J. Ulliman, M.J. Wisdom, K.P. Reese, and J.W. Connelly. 1998. Assessing habitat quality using population fitness parameters: A remote sensing/GIS-based habitat-explicit population model for Sage Grouse (Centrocercus urophasianus). University of Idaho, College of Forestry, Wildlife, and Range Sciences Experiment Station Technical Report 25. Moscow, ID.
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Ellis, K.L. 1985. Effects of a new transmission line on distribution and aerial predation of breeding male sage grouse. Final Report for Deseret Generation and Transmission Cooperative. Sandy, UT.
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Ellis, K.L., J.R. Parrish, J.R. Murphy, and G.H. Richins. 1989. Habitat use by breeding male sage grouse: A management approach. Great Basin Naturalist 49:404-407.

Emmons, S.R., and C.E. Braun. 1984. Lek attendance of male sage grouse. The Journal of Wildlife Management 48(3):1023-1028.

Eng, R.L., and P. Schladweiler. 1972. Sage Grouse winter movements and habitat use in central Montana. The Journal of Wildlife Management 36(1):141-146.

Evans, C.C. 1986.The relationship of cattle grazing to sage grouse use of meadow habitat on the Sheldon National Wildlife Refuge. M.S. thesis, University of Nevada. Reno, NV.

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Finley, W.L. and I. Finley. 1924. Can the antelope and sage grouse be saved? Nature Magazine 3:68-72.
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Fischer, R.A. 1994. The effects of prescribed fire on the ecology of migratory Sage Grouse in southeastern Idaho. Ph.D. dissertation, University of Idaho. Moscow, ID.
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Fischer, R.A., K.P. Reese, and J.W. Connelly. 1996. An investigation on fire effects within xeric sage grouse brood habitat. Journal of Range Management 49(3):194-198.

Fischer, R.A., W.L. Wakkinen, K.P. Reese, and J.W. Connelly. 1997. Effects of prescribed fire on movements of female Sage Grouse from breeding to summer ranges. The Wilson Bulletin 109(1):82-91.

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Gates, R.J. 1983. Sage Grouse, lagomorph, and pronghorn use of a sagebrush grassland burn site on the Idaho National Engineering Laboratory. M.S. thesis, Montana State University. Bozeman, MT.
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Garton, E.O., J.W. Connelly, J.S. Horne, C.A. Hagen, A. Moser, and M.A. Schroeder. 2011. Greater Sage-Grouse population dynamics and probability of persistence. Pp. 293-381 in S.T. Knick and J.W. Connelly (editors). Greater sage-grouse: Ecology and conservation of a landscape species and its habitats. Studies in Avian Biology, vol. 38. University of California Press, Berkeley, CA.
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Gill, R.B. 1966. A Literature Review on the Sage Grouse. State of Colorado Research Division, Denver, CO.
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Gillan, J.K., and E.K. Strand. 2010. Sage-grouse habitat in Idaho: A practical guide for land owners and managers. University of Idaho Forest, Wildlife, and Range Experiment Station, Moscow, ID.
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Graham, L., and B. Jones. 2005. Northern Eagle/southern Routt greater sage‐grouse summary report. Colorado Division of Wildlife, Steamboat Springs, CO.
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Graham, L., and C. McConnell. 2004. Radio‐collared greater sage‐grouse summary report: Southern Routt and northern Eagle Counties, Colorado. Colorado Division of Wildlife, Steamboat Springs, CO.
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Greer, R. 1990. Sage Grouse habitat requirements and development. Habitat Extension Bulletin 31. Wyoming Game and Fish Department, Cheyenne, WY.

Gregg, M.A., and Crawford, J.A. 2009. Survival of greater sage-grouse chicks and broods in the northern Great Basin. The Journal of Wildlife Management 73(6):904-913.

Gregg, M.A., J.A. Crawford, M.S. Drut and A.K. DeLong. 1994. Vegetational cover and predation of sage grouse nests in Oregon. The Journal of Wildlife Management 58(1):162-166.

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Hagen, C. 2011. Greater sage‐grouse conservation assessment and strategy for Oregon: A plan to maintain and enhance populations and habitats. Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife, Bend, OR.

Hagen, C.A.  2011.  Predation on Greater Sage-Grouse: facts, process, and effects.  Pp. 95-100 in S.T. Knick and J.W. Connelly (editors). Greater sage-grouse: Ecology and conservation of a landscape species and its habitats. Studies in Avian Biology, vol. 38. University of California Press, Berkeley, CA.
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Hagen, C.A., J.W. Connelly, and M.A. Schroeder. 2007. A meta‐analysis for greater sage‐grouse (Centrocercus urophasianus) nesting and brood-rearing habitats. Wildlife Biology 13 (Supplement 1):42‐50.

Hanser, S.E., and S.T. Knick. 2011. Greater sage-grouse as an umbrella species for shrubland passerine birds: A multiscale assessment. Pp. 473-487 in S.T. Knick and J.W. Connelly (editors). Greater sage-grouse: Ecology and conservation of a landscape species and its habitats. Studies in Avian Biology, vol. 38. University of California Press, Berkeley, CA.
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Hein, D., R.A. Ryder, R.G. Walter, C. Braun, S. Emmons, H. Funk, K. Giesen, S. McElderry, B. Petersen, S. Porter, T. Schoenberg, and J. Wagner. 1982. Potential impacts of strip mining on sage grouse movements and habitat use.Pages 59-147 in Game Bird Survey, Job Final Report. Colorado Division of Wildlife Game Research Report. Project number: COLO. W-037-R-35/Work plan 3/Job 12. Colorado Division of Wildlife, Denver, CO.
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Hemker, T.P., and C.E. Braun. 2001. Innovative approaches for development of conservation plans for sage grouse: Examples from Idaho and Colorado. Transactions of the North American Wildlife and Natural Resources Conference 66:456-463.
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Hess, J.E., and J.L. Beck. 2012. Disturbance factors influencing greater sage-grouse lek abandonment in north-central Wyoming. The Journal of Wildlife Management 76(8):1625-1634.

---. 2011. Greater sage-grouse (Centrocercus urophasianus) nesting and early brood-rearing habitat response to mowing and prescribed burning Wyoming big sagebrush and influence of disturbance factors on lek persistence in the Bighorn Basin, Wyoming. Final Research Report. University of Wyoming, Laramie, WY.

Holloran, M.J. 2005. Greater sage‐grouse (Centrocercus urophasianus) population response to natural gas field development in western Wyoming. Ph.D. dissertation, University of Wyoming. Laramie, WY.

Holloran, M.J., and S.H. Anderson. 2005. Spatial distribution of greater sage‐grouse nests in relatively contiguous sagebrush habitats. The Condor 107(4):742‐752.

Hornaday, W.T. 1916. Save the sage grouse from extinction: A demand from civilization to the western states. New York Zoological Park Bulletin 5:179-219.
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Hupp, J.W., and C.E. Braun. 1989. Topographic distribution of sage grouse foraging in winter. The Journal of Wildlife Management 53(3):823-829.

Huwer, S.L. 2004. Evaluating greater sage-grouse brood habitat using human-imprinted chicks. M.S. thesis, Colorado State University. Fort Collins, CO.

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Johnson, D.H., M.J. Holloran, J.W. Connelly, S.E. Hanser, C.L. Amundson, and S.T. Knick. 2011. Influences of environmental and anthropogenic features on greater sage‐grouse populations, 1997-2007. Pp. 407-450 in S.T. Knick and J.W. Connelly (editors). Greater sage-grouse: Ecology and conservation of a landscape species and its habitats. Studies in Avian Biology, vol. 38. University of California Press, Berkeley, CA.
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Johnson, G.D. 1987. Effects of rangeland grasshopper control on sage grouse in Wyoming. M.S. thesis, University of Wyoming. Laramie, WY.
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Kerley, L. 1994. Bird responses to habitat fragmentation caused by sagebrush management in a Wyoming sagebrush steppe ecosystem. Ph.D. dissertation, University of Wyoming. Laramie, WY.
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Kilpatrick, S. 2000. Using prescribed fire to manage sagebrush communities in occupied sage grouse habitats of Wyoming. Paper presented at 22nd Western States Sage and Columbian Sharp-tailed Grouse Symposium, July 13-14, 2000. Redmond, OR.

Klebenow, D.A. 1973. The habitat requirements of sage grouse and the role of fire in management. Tall Timbers Fire Ecology Conference 12:305-315.
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---. 1968. The nesting and brood habitat of sage grouse. Ph.D. dissertation, University of Idaho. Moscow, ID.
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Klebenow, D., G. Zunino, M. Stigar, A. Altstatt. 1990. Sage grouse production and mortality studies. Job Final Report. Federal Aid in Wildlife Restoration: Project W-48-R-21, Study XVII, Job 1. Nevada Department of Wildlife, Reno, NV.
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Knick, S.T. 2011. Historical development, principal federal legislation, and current management of sagebrush habitats: Implications for conservation. Pp. 13-31 in S.T. Knick and J.W. Connelly (editors). Greater sage-grouse: Ecology and conservation of a landscape species and its habitats. Studies in Avian Biology, vol. 38. University of California Press, Berkeley, CA.

Knick, S.T. and J.W. Connelly. 2011. Greater sage-grouse and sagebrush: An introduction to the landscape.  Pp. 1-9 in S.T. Knick and J.W. Connelly (editors). Greater sage-grouse: Ecology and conservation of a landscape species and its habitats. Studies in Avian Biology, vol. 38. University of California Press, Berkeley, CA.
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Knick, S.T., D.S. Dobkin, J.T. Rotenberry, M.A. Schroeder, W.M. Vander Haegen, and C. van Riper III. 2003. Teetering on the edge or too late? Conservation and research issues for avifauna of sagebrush habitats. The Condor 105:611-634.

Knick, S.T. and S.E. Hanser. 2011. Connecting pattern and process in greater sage‐grouse populations and sagebrush landscapes. Pp. 383-405 in S.T. Knick and J.W. Connelly (editors). Greater sage-grouse: Ecology and conservation of a landscape species and its habitats. Studies in Avian Biology, vol. 38. University of California Press, Berkeley, CA.
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Knick, S.T., S.E. Hanser, R.F. Miller, D.A. Pyke, M.J. Wisdom, S.P. Finn, E.T. Rinkes and C.J. Henny. 2011. Ecological influence and pathways of land use in sagebrush. Pp. 203-251 in S.T. Knick and J.W. Connelly (editors). Greater sage-grouse: Ecology and conservation of a landscape species and its habitats. Studies in Avian Biology, vol. 38. University of California Press, Berkeley, CA.

Knick, S.T., S.E. Hanser, and K.L. Preston. 2013. Modeling ecological minimum requirements for distribution of greater sage-grouse leks: Implications for population connectivity across their western range, U.S.A. Ecology and Evolution 3(6):1539-1551.

Kolada, E.J., M.L. Casazza, and J.S. Sedinger. 2009. Ecological factors influencing nest survival of greater sage‐grouse in Mono County, California.  The Journal of Wildlife Management 73(8):1341‐1347.

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Leu, M., and S.E. Hanser. 2011. Influences of the human footprint on sagebrush landscape patterns: Implications for sagegrouse conservation.  Pp. 253-271 in S.T. Knick and J.W. Connelly (editors). Greater sage-grouse: Ecology and conservation of a landscape species and its habitats. Studies in Avian Biology, vol. 38. University of California Press, Berkeley, CA.
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Lyon, A.G. 2000. The potential effects of natural gas development on sage grouse near Pinedale, Wyoming. M.S. thesis, University of Wyoming. Laramie, WY.
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Lyon, A.G., and S.H. Anderson. 2003. Potential gas development impacts on sage grouse nest initiation and movement. Wildlife Society Bulletin 31(2):486‐491.

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Martin, N.S. 1965. Effects of chemical control of sagebrush on the occurrence of sage grouse in southwestern Montana. M.S. thesis, Montana State University. Bozeman, MT.
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McDowell, M.K.D. 2000. The effects of burning in mountain big sagebrush on key sage grouse habitat characteristics in southeastern Oregon. M.S. thesis, Oregon State University. Corvallis, OR.

Miller, R.F., and L. Eddleman. 2000. Spatial and temporal changes of sage grouse habitat in the sagebrush biome. Oregon State University, Agricultural Experiment Station. Corvallis, OR.
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Miller, R.F., S.T. Knick, D.A. Pyke, C.W. Meinke, S.E. Hanser, M.J. Wisdom, and A.L. Hild. 2011. Characteristics of sagebrush habitats and limitations to long‐term conservation. Pp. 145-184 in S.T. Knick and J.W. Connelly (editors). Greater sage-grouse: Ecology and conservation of a landscape species and its habitats. Studies in Avian Biology, vol. 38. University of California Press, Berkeley, CA.

Musil, D.D., J.W. Connelly, and K.P. Reese. 1993. Movements, survival, and reproduction of sage grouse translocated into central Idaho. The Journal of Wildlife Management 57(1):85-91.

Musil, D.D., K.P. Reese, and J.W. Connelly. 1994. Nesting and summer habitat use by translocated sage grouse (Centrocercus urophasianus) in central Idaho. Great Basin Naturalist 54(3):228-233.

 

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Naugle, D.E., K.E. Doherty, B.L. Walker, H.E. Copeland, M.J. Holloran, and J.D. Tack. 2011. Sage‐grouse and cumulative impacts of energy development. Pp. 55-70 in D.E. Naugle (editor). Energy development and wildlife conservation in western North America. Island Press, Washington, D.C.
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Naugle, D.E., K.E. Doherty, B.L. Walker, M.J. Holloran, and H.E. Copeland. 2011. Energy development and greater sage‐grouse. Pp. 489‐503 in S.T. Knick and J.W. Connelly (editors). Greater sage-grouse: Ecology and conservation of a landscape species and its habitats.Studies in Avian Biology, vol. 38. University of California Press, Berkeley, CA.
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Nelle, P.J., K.P. Reese, and J.W. Connelly. 2000. Long-term effects of fire on sage grouse habitat. Journal of Range Management 53(6):586-591.

Niemuth, N.D., and M.S. Boyce. 1995. Spatial and temporal patterns of predation of simulated Sage Grouse nests at high and low nest densities: An experimental study. Canadian Journal of Zoology 73:819-825.
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Oyler-McCance, S.J., K.P. Burnham, and C.E. Braun. 2001. Influences of changes in sagebrush on Gunnison Sage Grouse in southwestern Colorado. The Southwestern Naturalist 46(3):323-331.
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Oyler-McCance, S.J., and T.W. Quinn. 2011. Molecular insights into the biology of Greater Sage-grouse.  Pp. 85-94 in S.T. Knick and J.W. Connelly (editors). Greater sage-grouse: Ecology and conservation of a landscape species and its habitats. Studies in Avian Biology, vol. 38. University of California Press, Berkeley, CA.
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Parachute-Piceance-Roan (PPR) Greater sage-grouse work group. 2008. Parachute-Piceance-Roan (PPR) Greater sage-grouse conservation plan. Colorado Division of Wildlife, Denver, CO.

Pedersen, E.K., J.W. Connelly, J.R. Hendrickson, W.E. Grant. 2003. Effect of sheep grazing and fire on sage grouse populations in southeastern Idaho. Ecological Modeling 165(1):23-47.
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Petersen, B.E. 1980. Breeding and nesting ecology of female sage grouse in North Park, Colorado. M.S. thesis, Colorado State University. Fort Collins, CO.
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Peterson, J.G. 1969. Ecological effects of chemical and mechanical sagebrush control: Food habits and summer distribution of juvenile Sage Grouse in central Montana. Montana Fish and Game Department.
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Postovit, B.C. 1981. Suggestions for sage grouse habitat reclamation on surface mines in northeastern Wyoming. M.S. thesis, University of Wyoming. Laramie, WY.
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Pyke, D.A. 2011. Restoring and rehabilitating sagebrush habitats. Pp. 531-548 in S.T. Knick and J.W. Connelly (editors). Greater sage-grouse: Ecology and conservation of a landscape species and its habitats. Studies in Avian Biology, vol. 38. University of California Press, Berkeley, CA.

Pyle, W.H., and J.A. Crawford. 1996. Availability of foods of Sage Grouse chicks following prescribed fire in sagebrush-bitterbrush. Journal of Range Management 49(4):320-324.

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Reese, K.P., and R.T. Bowyer (editors). 2007. Monitoring populations of sage‐grouse: Proceedings of a symposium at Idaho State University hosted by University of Idaho and Idaho State University. University of Idaho, College of Natural Resources Experiment Station Bulletin 88. Moscow, ID.

Reese, K.P., and J.W. Connelly. 2011. Harvest management for greater sage-grouse: A changing paradigm for game bird management. Pp. 101-111 in S.T. Knick and J.W. Connelly (editors). Greater sage-grouse: Ecology and conservation of a landscape species and its habitats. Studies in Avian Biology, vol. 38. University of California Press, Berkeley, CA.
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Rhodes, E.C., J.D. Bates, R.N. Sharp, and K.W. Davies. 2010. Fire effects on cover and dietary resources of sage‐grouse habitat. Journal of Wildlife Management 74(4):755‐764.

Robertson, M.D. 1991. Winter ecology of migratory Sage Grouse and associated effects of prescribed fire in southeastern Idaho. M.S. thesis, University of Idaho. Moscow, ID.
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Rowland, M.M. 2004. Effects of management practices on grassland birds: Greater sage-grouse. U.S. Geological Survey, Northern Prairie Wildlife Research Center, Jamestown, ND.

Rowland, M.M., and M.J. Wisdom. 2002. Research problem analysis for greater sage-grouse in Oregon: Final report. Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife, Salem, OR.

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Sage-grouse National Technical Team. 2011. A report on national Greater Sage‐grouse conservation measures. Bureau of Land Management, Washington, DC.

Savage, D.E. 1968. The relationship of sage grouse to upland meadows in Nevada. Nevada Fish and Game Commission, Reno, NV.
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Schoenberg, T.J. 1982. Sage Grouse movements and habitat selection in North Park Colorado. M.S. thesis, Colorado State University. Fort Collins, CO.
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Schroeder, M.A. 2008. Variation in greater sage-grouse morphology by region and population. Draft report for the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife, Bridgeport, WA.

Schroeder, M.A., C.L. Aldridge, A.D. Apa, J.R. Bohne, C.E. Braun, S.D. Bunnell, J.W. Connelly, P.A. Deibert, S.C. Gardner, M.A. Hilliard, G.D. Kobriger, S.M. McAdam, C.W. McCarthy, J.J. McCarthy, D.L. Mitchell, E.V. Rickerson, and S.J. Stiver. 2004. Distribution of sage grouse in North America. The Condor 106(2):363–376.

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Schroeder, M.A., and W.M. Vander Haegen. 2011. Response of Greater Sage-grouse to the conservation reserve program in Washington State. Pp. 517-529 in S.T. Knick and J.W. Connelly (editors). Greater sage-grouse: Ecology and conservation of a landscape species and its habitats. Studies in Avian Biology, vol. 38. University of California Press, Berkeley, CA.
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Scott, J.W. 1942. Mating behavior of the sage grouse. The Auk 59(4):477-498.

Sedgwick, J.A. 2004. Habitat restoration for Gunnison and greater sage-grouse: A literature review. Prepared for the U.S. Department of Interior, Bureau of Land Management, Gunnison Field Office. Fort Collins, CO.

Sime, C.A. 1991. Sage grouse use of burned, non-burned, and seeded vegetation communities on the Idaho National Engineering Laboratory, Idaho. M.S. thesis, Montana State University. Bozeman, MT.
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Slater, S.J. 2003. Sage-grouse (Centrocercus urophasianus) use of different-aged burns and the effects of coyote control in southwestern Wyoming. M.S. thesis, University of Wyoming. Laramie, WY.
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Stevens, B.S. 2011. Impacts of fences on Greater sage-grouse in Idaho: Collision, mitigation, and spatial ecology. M.S. thesis, University of Idaho. Moscow, ID.

Stiver, S.J. 2011. The legal status of Greater aage-grouse: Organizational structure of planning efforts. Pp. 33-49 in S.T. Knick and J.W. Connelly (editors). Greater sage-grouse: Ecology and conservation of a landscape species and its habitats. Studies in Avian Biology, vol. 38. University of California Press, Berkeley, CA.
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Stiver, S.J., A.D. Apa, J.R. Bohne, S.D. Bunnell, P.A. Deibert, S.C. Gardner, M.A. Hilliard, C.W. McCarthy, and M.A. Schroeder. 2006. Greater sage-grouse comprehensive conservation strategy. Western Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies. Unpublished Report. Cheyenne, WY.

Stiver, S.J., E.T. Rinkes, and D.E. Naugle. 2010. Sage-grouse habitat assessment framework: Multi-scale habitat assessment tool. Unpublished Report. U.S. Bureau of Land Management, Idaho State Office, Boise, ID.

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Tack, J.D. 2009. Sage‐grouse and the human footprint: Implications for conservation of small and declining populations. M.S. thesis, University of Montana. Missoula, MT.
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Tack, J.D., D.E. Naugle, J.C. Carlson, and P.J. Fargey. 2011. Greater sage-grouse Centrocercus urophasianus migration links the USA and Canada: A biological basis for international prairie conservation. Oryx 46(1):64-68.
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Thompson, T.R. 2006. Dispersal ecology of Greater sage-grouse in northwestern Colorado: Evidence from genetic and demographic methods. 2006 Annual Progress Report. Colorado Division of Wildlife, Fort Collins, CO.

Thompson, T.R., K.P. Reese, and A.D. Apa. 2007. Dispersal ecology of Greater sage-grouse in northwestern Colorado: Evidence from genetic and demographic methods. 2007 Annual Progress Report. Colorado Division of Wildlife, Fort Collins, CO.

Torell, L.A., J.A. Tanaka, N. Rimbey, T. Darden, L. Van Tassell, and A. Harp. 2002. Ranch-level impacts of changing grazing policies on BLM land to protect the Greater sage-grouse: Evidence from Idaho, Nevada, and Oregon. PACWPL Policy Paper SG-01-02. Policy Analysis Center for Western Public Lands, Caldwell, ID.
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U.S. Dept. of the Interior, Bureau of Land Management. 2004. BLM conservation efforts for Greater sage-grouse and sagebrush habitats: Report to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service in response to notice of 90-day petition finding for the Greater sage-grouseWashington, D.C.
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---. 2004. National Sage grouse habitat conservation strategy 1.3.1: Guidance for addressing sagebrush habitat conservation in BLM land use plans. Washington, DC.
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Wakkinen, W.L., K.P. Reese, and J.W. Connelly. 1992. Sage grouse nest locations in relation to leks. The Journal of Wildlife Management 56(2):381-383.

Walker, B.L., and D.E. Naugle. 2011. West Nile virus ecology in sagebrush habitat and impacts on Greater sage-grouse populations. Pp. 127-142 in S.T. Knick and J.W. Connelly (editors). Greater sage-grouse: Ecology and conservation of a landscape species and its habitats. Studies in Avian Biology, vol. 38. University of California Press, Berkeley, CA.
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Walker, B.L., D.E. Naugle, and K.E. Doherty. 2007. Greater sage-grouse population response to energy development and habitat loss. The Journal of Wildlife Management 71(8):2644-2654.

Walker, B.L., D.E. Naugle, K.E. Doherty, and T.E. Cornish. 2007. West Nile virus and Greater sage-grouse: Estimating infection rate in a wild bird population. Avian Diseases 51(3):691-696.

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Walsh, D.P., G.C. White, T.E. Remington, and D.C. Bowden. 2004. Evaluation of the lek-count index for greater sage-grouse. Wildlife Society Bulletin 32(1):56‐68.

Wambolt, C.L., A.J. Harp, B.L. Welch, N. Shaw, J.W. Connelly, K.P. Reese, C.E. Braun, D.A. Klebenow, E.D. McArthur, J.G. Thompson, L.A. Torell, and J.A. Tanaka. 2002. Conservation of Greater sage-grouse on public lands in the western U.S.: Implications of recovery and management policies. PACWPL Policy Paper SG-02-02. Policy Analysis Center for Western Public Lands, Caldwell, ID.

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Woodward, J.K. 2006. Greater sage-grouse (Centrocercus urophasianus) habitat in central Montana. M.S. thesis, Montana State University. Bozeman, MT.
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Young, J.R., C.E. Braun, S.J. Oyler-McCance, J.W. Hupp, and T.W. Quinn. 2000. A new species of sage-grouse (Phasianidae: Centrocercus) from southwestern Colorado. The Wilson Bulletin 112(4):445-453.

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Zou, L., S.N. Miller, and E.T. Schmidtmann. 2006. Mosquito larval habitat mapping using remote sensing and GIS: Implications of coalbed methane development and West Nile virus. Journal of Medical Entomology 43(5):1034-1041.

Zunino, G.W. 1987. Harvest effect on sage grouse densities in northwest Nevada. M.S. thesis, University of Nevada, Reno, NV.
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