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2013

 

Predator control for the preservation of listed species. D. K. Garcelon. Presented at the Annual Meeting of the Western Section of the Wildlife Society, 28 Jan-3 Feb 2013, Sacramento, California.

Update on Snowy Plover population viability analysis. B. R. Hudgens. Presented at the Annual Meeting of the Western Section of the Wildlife Society, 28 Jan-3 Feb 2013, Sacramento, California.

San Clemente Island Fox demography: implications for monitoring and management. N. C. Gregory. Humboldt State University Wildlife EcoSeries Seminar, 7 March 2013, Arcata, California.

Know thy enemy: research towards understanding an invasive carnivore population and mitigating its impacts on threatened island endemics. A. S. Bridges, D. S. Biteman, D. K. Garcelon, M. A. Booker, and  J. N. Sanchez. Presented at 26th International Congress for Conservation Biology. July 21-25, 2013. Baltimore, Maryland, USA.

Incorporating climate change into habitat suitability assessments for species reintroducations. B. R. Hudgens, J. Young, E. Boydston, L. Flint, and J. Lundquist. Presented at 26th International Congress for Conservation Biology. July 21-25, 2013. Baltimore, Maryland, USA.

American Peregrine Falcon recovery on the California Channel Islands.  P. Sharpe, J. Barnes and D. Garcelon.  Presented at the Worldwide Raptor Conference. 21-24 October 2013. Bariloche, Argentina.