Winter Recreation Effects on Wildlife References
Legislation & Management Documents
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Impacts of winter recreationists on wildlife in a portion of Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming. Vol. MS. Bozeman, MT: Montana State University.1981.
Effects of winter road grooming on bison in Yellowstone National Park. The Journal of Wildlife Management 65(3):560-572.2001.
Behavioral responses of bison and elk in Yellowstone to snowmobiles and snow coaches. Ecological Applications 16(5):1911-1925.2006.
Winter visitors to Yellowstone National Park: Their value orientations and support for management actions. Human Ecology Review 9(2):41-48.2002.
Covariates affecting spatial variability in bison travel behavior in Yellowstone National Park. Ecological Applications 17(5):1411-1423.2007.
Elk responses to disturbance by cross-country skiers in Yellowstone National Park. Wildlife Society Bulletin 20(4):375-381.1992.
Snowmobile activity and glucocorticoid stress responses in wolves and elk. Conservation Biology 16(3):809-814.2002.
Assessing the relationship between desired experiences and support for management actions at Yellowstone National Park using multiple methods. Journal of Park and Recreation Administration 20(3):51-64.2002.
Behavioral response of free-ranging bison to human disturbance. Wildlife Society Bulletin 31(3):804-813.2003.
Emigration and density dependence in Yellowstone bison. Journal of Wildlife Management 71(6):1924-1933.2007.
Bison and elk responses to winter recreation in Yellowstone National Park. Vol. MS. Bozeman, MT: Montana State University.2001.
Effects of winter recreation on wildlife of the Greater Yellowstone area: A literature review and assessment. Greater Yellowstone Coordinating Committee, Greater Yellowstone Winter Wildlife Working Group.1999.