Publications and Peer Reviewed Articles
Peer Reviewed Publications
Vanbianchi, C., Gaines, W.L., Murphy, M.A., & Hodges, K.E. (2018). Navigating fragmented landscapes: Canada lynx brave poor quality habitats while traveling. Ecology and Evolution, 8(22): 11293-11308. PDF.
Vanbianchi, C., Gaines, W.L., Murphy, M.A., Pither, J., & Hodges, K.E. (2017). Habitat selection by Canada lynx: Making due in heavily fragmented landscapes. Biodiversity and Conservation, 26(14): 3343-3361. PDF.
Vanbianchi, C., Murphy, M.A., & Hodges, K.E. (2017). Canada lynx use of burned areas: Conservation implications of changing fire regimes. Ecology and Evolution, 7(7): 2382-2394. PDF.
Johnson, H., Lewis, D., Verzuh, T. Wallace, C., Much (Windell), R.M., Willmarth, L., & Breck, S. (2017). Human Development and Climate Affect Hibernation in a Large Carnivore with Implications for Human-Carnivore Conflict. Journal of Applied Ecology, 55(2): 663-672. PDF.
Windell R.M., Bailey, L., Livieri, T., Eads, D., Biggins, D., & Breck, S. In prep. Coyote use of prairie dog colonies is most frequent in areas used by American badgers. Journal of Mammalogy.
Machowicz, A., Windell, R.M., Reese, E., & Prugh, L. In prep. Factors of field observer reliability in species identification of carnivore scat. Wildlife Society Bulletin.
Machowicz, A., Vanbianchi, C., Windell, R.M. Recreation and Wildlife in Washington: Considerations for Conservation. A report on current knowledge. Produced in partnership with Conservation Northwest, August 2022.