Rush Creek

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  • Journal Articles
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    Dunham, J. B. and C. V. Baxter (2008). "Evolution, ecology, and conservation of Dolly Varden, white-spotted char, and bull trout." Fisheries 33: 537-550.

    Elliot, C. L. (1977). "Easternmost record of the band-tailed pigeon in Idaho." Western Birds 8: 107.

    Elliot, C. L. (1978). "Cannibalism exhibited by the Columbian ground squirrel." Journal of the Idaho Academy of Science 14(2): 51-52.

    Elliot, C. L. and J. T. Flinders (1979). "Seasonal home range of a colony of Columbian ground squirrels in the Idaho Primitive Area." Journal of the Idaho Academy of Science 15(2): 53-55.
    Mean seasonal home range for a colony of columbian ground squirrels was 1532.7 square meters. Density was 13 adult squirrels per hectare.

    Hayward, G. D. and E. O. Garton (1983). "First nesting record for Boreal owl in Idaho." Condor 85: 501.

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    Hornocker, M. G. (1969). "Defensive behavior in female bighorn sheep." Journal of Mammalogy 50(1): 128.

    Lance, M. J. and C. V. Baxter (in revision). "Abundance, production, and tissue composition of mountian whitefish (Prosopium williamsoni) in a central Idaho wilderness stream." Northwest Science.

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    Malison, R. L. and C. V. Baxter (2010). "The "fire pulse:" wildfire stimulates flux of aquatic prey to terrestrial habitats driving increases in riparian consumers." Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 67(3): 570-579.

    Malison, R. L. and C. V. Baxter (In revision). "Effects of wildfire of varying severity on benthic stream insect assemblages and emergence." Journal of North American Benthological Society.

    Malison, R. L., J. Benjamin, et al. (2010). "Measuring adult insect emergence from streams: the influence of trap placement and a comparison with benthic sampling." Journal of North American Benthological Society 29(2): 647-656.

    Seidensticker, J. C., M. G. Hornocker, et al. (1973). "Mountain lion social organization in the Idaho Primitive Area." Wildlife Monographs 35: 3-60.

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    Wipfli, M. S. and C. V. Baxter (2010). "Linking ecosystems, food webs, and fish production: Subsidies in salmonid watersheds." Fisheries 35: 373-387.
  • Books
    Peek, P. C. (2002). One Winter in the Wilderness. Moscow, Ninebark Publications.

    Peek, P. C. (2004). Cougar Dave: Mountain Man of Idaho. Moscow, Ninebark Publications.

  • Book Articles
    Akenson, H. A. (2005). Jumping from the frying pan. Forged in Fire: Essays By Idaho Writers. M. C. Blew and P. Druker. Norman, University of Oklahoma Press: 5-25.

    Akenson, J. J. and H. A. Akenson (2001). From the Frying Pan Into the Fire. Under Fire: The West Is Burning. R. S. Flood. Billings, Fenske Companies: 121-131.

    Carrey, J. (1968). Moccasin Tracks of the Sheepeaters. Sheepeater Indian Campaign (Chamberlin Basin County). Grangeville, ID, Idaho Free Press.

    Parker, A. F. (1968). Forgotten Tragedies of an Indian War. Sheepeater Indian Campaign (Chamberlin Basin County). Grangeville, ID, Idaho County Free Press.

    Seidensticker, J. C. (2002). Aldo Leopold's wilderness, Sand County, and my garden. Aldo Leopold and the Ecological Conscience. R. Knight and S. Riedel. New York, Oxford University Press: 46-59.

    Shearer, G. M. and C. W. C. Brown (1968). The Sheepeater Campaign. Sheepeater Indian Campaign (Chamberlin Basin County). Grangeville, ID, Idaho Free Press.
  • Government Articles
    Achord, S., J. M. Hodge, et al. (2006). Monitoring the migrations of wild Snake River spring/summer Chinook salmon juveniles, 2004-2005 Annual Report. U. S. D. o. Energy. Portland, Bonneville Power Administration: 1-105.

    Copeland, T. and S. Putnam (2008). Idaho Steelhead Monitoring and Evaluation Studies, 2007 Annual Report. D. o. Energy. Boise, ID, Idaho Department of Fish and Game: 1-56.

    Copeland, T. and S. Putnam (2009). Idaho Steelhead Monitoring and Evaluation Studies, 2008 Annual Report. D. o. Energy. Boise, ID, Idaho Department of Fish and Game.

    Davis, J. C., G. W. Minshall, et al. (2001). Monitoring wilderness stream ecosystems. U. F. S. U.S. Department of Agriculture, Rocky Mountain Research Station. Ogden: 1-137.

    Finklin, A. I. (1988). Climate of the Frank Church-River of No Return Wilderness, Central Idaho. D. o. Agriculture. Ogden, UT, Forest Service, Intermountian Research Station. 1-228.

    Frye, J. (2000). Archaeological site testing at Big Creek (10VY31/PY-114). P. N. F. Krassel Ranger District. McCall.

    Holubetz, T. B. and B. D. Leth (1997). Wild steelhead studies Salmon and Clearwater Rivers: Annual Progress Report, Period Covered January 1 - December 31, 1994. I. D. o. F. a. Game, U.S. Department of Energy, Bonneville Power Administration: 1-61.

    McHugh, P. and P. Budy (2002). Snake River spring/summer Chinook salmon habitat feasibility study, Annual Progress Report 2001. U. C. F. a. W. R. Unit. Logan, Utah State University: 1-105.

    Minshall, G. W., P. Dey, et al. (1992). Effect of fire on wilderness stream ecosystems in the Frank Church -- River of No Return Wilderness: Report of 1991 studies. P. N. Forest. McCall: 1-60.

    Minshall, G. W. and C. Robinson (1991). Effect of fire on wilderness stream ecosystems in the Frank Church -- River of No Return Wilderness: Report of 1990 studies. P. N. Forest: 1-40.

    Minshall, G. W., C. Robinson, et al. (1994). Biomonitoring results from wilderness streams in Idaho: Annual Report. P. N. Forest. McCall: 1-32.

    Monaghan, M. and G. W. Minshall (1996). Development and testing of methods for assessing the habitat, biota, and functions of natural and human-impacted wilderness stream ecosystems. Final Report. A. L. W. R. Institute, USDA Forest Service: 1-99.

    Movius, A. (1991). Mountain cabin movers, Idaho National Guard: 18-19.

    Preston, P. (1996). Cougar Dave: the story of David Lewis, quintessential man of the wilderness and other historical notes about the University of Idaho Ranch wilderness field station. P. N. F. Heritage Program, USDA, Intermountain Region: 1-8.

    Rich, B., R. Scully, et al. (1992). Idaho/Natural Production Monitoring, Part 1: General Monitoring Subproject, Annual Report 1990, Report to the Bonneville Power Administration, Contract No. 1984BP13381, Project No. 198300700. I. D. o. F. a. Game: 1-63.

    Robinson, C. and G. W. Minshall (1991). Effect of fire on wilderness stream ecosystems in the Frank Church - River of No Return Wilderness: Report of 1990 Studies. P. N. Forest: 1-40.

    Royer, T. and G. W. Minshall (1996). Habitat and biotic conditions during 1995 in streams influenced by wildfire. U. F. S. P. N. Forest: 1-46.

    Royer, T., G. W. Minshall, et al. (1997). Assessment of habitat and biota in tributaries of Big Creek and the South Fork Salmon River. U. F. S. P. N. Forest: 1-46.

    Royer, T., G. W. Minshall, et al. (1995). Influence of wildfire on selected streams in the Payette National Forest. Annual Report. U. F. S. P. N. Forest: 1-35.

    Seidensticker, J. and R. Welsh (1972). The birds of Big Creek and Chamberlain Basin, Idaho Primitive Area. P. N. F. USDA Forest Service. McCall, ID: 1-3.

    Smith, D. (1954). The bighorn sheep in Idaho: its status, life history, and management. Wildlife Bulletin. I. D. o. F. a. Game. 1: 1-154.

  • Conference Papers
    Baxter, C. V. and R. L. Malison (2008). The fire pulse: mid-term effects of wildfire on stream-riparian linkages in wilderness watersheds of central Idaho. International Association of Wildland Fire 9th Annual Conference. Jackson, WY.

    Beck, J., R. L. Wilkinson, et al. (2005). Burned streams produce more aquatic insects and consequently higher foraging activity by bats. 35th Annual North American Symposium on Bat Research. Sacremento, CA.

    Carlson, E. J., B. T. Crosby, et al. (2008). Temporal and spatial variation in tributary and mainstem suspended sediment fluxes in Big Creek, a recently burned sub-alpine Idaho catchment. Eos Transactions, American Geophysical Union, Fall Meeting Supplement. 89: Abstract H53C-1089.

    Cornell, J. P. and C. V. Baxter (2009). Effects of wildfire on organic matter sources and macroinvertebrate assemblages in watersheds of central Idaho, USA. 57th Annual Meeting of the North American Benthological Society. Grand Rapids, MI.

    Cornell, J. P. and J. M. Davis (2010). Effects of earlier spring snow-melt on periphyton biomass: potential climate change implications from a 20-year study of a wilderness stream ecosystem. North American Benthological Society Annual Meeting. Santa Fe, NM.

    Cromwell, K. J. and B. P. Kennedy (2008). The relative roles of biotic and abiotic factors in determining growth of juvenile Chinook in an Idaho wilderness stream. American Fisheries Society Idaho Chapter. Post Falls, ID.

    Crosby, B. T. and C. V. Baxter (2008). Scaling the geomorphic and ecological consequences of contemporary climate change within the Salmon River watershed, Central Idaho: A view from Taylor Ranch Field Station. Eos Transactions, American Geophysical Union, Fall Meeting Supplement. 89: Abstract H13C-0947.

    Davis, J. M. and C. V. Baxter (2010). Do indirect effects of global climate change on forest, fire, and flow dynamics mediate responses of stream-riparian ecosystems? North American Benthological Society Annual Meeting. Santa Fe, NM.

    Della Croce, P. and C. V. Baxter (2006). Use of tributary confluence habitat by westslope cutthroat trout (Oncorhynchus clarki lewisi) in a wilderness watershed affected by wildfire. 54th Annual Meeting of the North American Benthological Society. Anchorage, AK.

    Della Croce, P. and C. V. Baxter (2007). Use of tributart confluence habitat by westslope cutthroat trout (Oncorhynchus clarki lewisi) in a wilderness watershed affected by wildfire. Annual Meeting of the Idaho Chapter of the American Fisheries Society. Boise, ID.

    Lance, M. and C. V. Baxter (2007). Ecological significance of mountain whitefish (Prosopium williamsoni) in an Idaho wilderness stream. Annual Meeting of the Idaho Chapter of Amerifan Fisheries Society. Boise, ID.

    Lance, M. and C. V. Baxter (2008). Ecological significant of mountain whitefish (Prosopium williamsoni) in an Idaho wilderness stream. Annual Meeting of the Western Division of the American Fisheries Society. Portland, OR.

    Leonhardy, F. and F. Thomas (1985). Archaeological excavations in the River of No Return Wilderness area. Northwest Anthropological Meetings. Ellensburg, WA: 6.

    Malison, R. L. and C. V. Baxter (2008). Streams affected by wildfire of varying severity differ in aquatic insect assemblage structure and emergence. 56th Annual Meeting of the North American Benthological Society. Salt Lake City, UT.

    Olson, N. F. and B. T. Crosby (2008). Topographic controls on the distribution and timing of spring runoff in a snow-dominated basin in Central Idaho. Eos Transactions, American Geophysical Union, Fall Meeting Supplement. 89: Abstract H31E-0920.

    Pierce, J. L. and C. V. Baxter (2009). Forests, fire, floods, and fish: nonlinear biophysical responses to changing climate. American Geophysical Union Annual Meeting. San Francisco, CA.

    Quigley, H., G. M. Koehler, et al. (1989). Dynamics of a mountain lion population in central Idaho over a 20-year period. Proceedings of the 3rd Mountain Lion Workshop. R. H. Smith, The Wildlife Society, Arizona Chapter: 54 (abstract).

    Vallis, K. L. and E. J. Rosi-Marshall (2010). Past and present aquatic invertebrate diets as indicators of climate change: The River Continuum redux. North American Benthological Society Annual Meeting. Santa Fe, NM.

    Wilkinson, R. L. and C. V. Baxter (2006). Aquatic-terrestrial connectivity in a wilderness watershed: Do emerging insects and riparian predators increase following wildfire? 54th Annual Meeting of the North American Benthological Society. Anchorage, AK.

    Wilkinson, R. L. and C. V. Baxter (2007). Aquatic-terrestrial connectivity in a wilderness watershed: Do emerging insects and riparian predators increase following wildfire? Annual Meeting of the Idaho Chapter of the American Fisheries Society. Boise, ID.

  • Conference Proceedings
    (1993). Visions of the future. The Frank Church River of No Return Wilderness Symposium, Boise, ID, University of Idaho Wilderness Research Center.

    Akenson, H. A., B. Ackerman, et al. (2008). The Idaho Backcountry: Is it still a source population for cougars in Idaho? Proceedings of the 9th Mountain Lion Workshop, Sun Valley, ID.

    Hamann, E. J. and B. P. Kennedy (2010). Quantifying straying rates of adult Chinook salmon (Oncohynchus tshawytscha) based upon reconstructions of juvenile rearing habitats from otolith microchemistry fingerprints.

    Hornocker, M. G. (1971). Suggestions for the management of mountain lions as trophy species in the Intermountain Region. Proceedings of the Annual Conference of the Western Association of State Fish and Game Commissioners.

    Kennedy, B. P. (2010). The integration of microhabiat behaviors and migration decisions to aid our understanding of the causes and consequenses of juvenile salmon life history diversity. Advances in the Population Ecology of Stream Salmonids International Symposium, Luarca, Asturias, Spain.
  • Reports
    (1988). Policy plan of the wilderness research center and its Taylor Ranch Field Station. Moscow, University of Idaho: 1-30.

    Akenson, H. and J. Akenson (1999). Predation and interactions of wolves and cougars in Big Creek in central Idaho: Highlights of the 1999 winter field season, Hornocker Wildlife Institute: 1-5.

    Akenson, H. and J. Akenson (2000). Winter predation and interactions of cougars and wolves in the central Idaho wilderness: six month progress report, Hornocker Wildlife Institute: 1-7.

    Akenson, H., J. Akenson, et al. (2001). Winter predation and interactions of cougars and wolves in the central Idaho wilderness: Wildlife Conservation Society, Annual Report, Wildlife Conservation Society: 1-5.

    Akenson, H., J. Akenson, et al. (2001). Winter predation and interactions of cougars and wolves in the central Idaho wilderness: Winter 2001 project overview: 1-4.

    Akenson, H., J. Akenson, et al. (2002). Winter predation and interactions of cougars and wolves in the central Idaho wilderness: Wildlife Conservation Society, 2002 Annual Summary, Wildlife Conservation Society: 1-1.

    Akenson, J. J. and H. A. Akenson (1983). Winter distributions and habitat preferences of deer, elk, and bighorn sheep in the Big Creek drainage. Moscow, College of Forestry, Wildlife, and Range Sciences, University of Idaho: 1-16.

    Akenson, J. J. and H. A. Akenson (1991). Herd composition and movements in lambing areas and summer ranges of Big Creek in central Idaho. Moscow, Idaho Fish and Game and Foundation for North American Wild Sheep: 1-39.

    Akenson, J. J. and H. A. Akenson (2000). From the frying pan into the fire. Moscow, University of Idaho: 4.

    Bowman, K. and G. Minshall (1999). Assessment of biota and habitat in tributaries of Big Creek and the South Fork Salmon River, Payette National Forest. McCall, USDA Forest Service, Payette National Forest.

    Bowman, K. and G. Minshall (2000). Assessment of short and mid-term effects of wildfire on habitat structure in streams of the Payette National Forest. McCall, USDA Forest Service, Payette National Forest: 41.

    Hackenberger, S., R. Knudson, et al. Cultural Resources and the Frank Church Wilderness of No Return: 22.

    Hendee, J. C., J. J. Yeo, et al. (1993). The University of Idaho Taylor Ranch Wilderness Field Station. Misc. Publication No. 15, CNR, University of Idaho: 49.

    Hogg, J., N. Weaver, et al. (2001). Vegetation patterns in the Salmon-Selway ecosystem: An improved land cover classification using Landsat TM imagery and wilderness botanical surveys. Missoula, MT, Craighead Wildlife-Wildlands Institute: 98.

    Hornocker, M., H. Quigley, et al. (2000). Predation and interactions of wolves and cougars on Big Creek in central Idaho: Winter 1999-2000 annual report. Bozeman, Hornocker Wildlife Institute: 1-15.

    Kingsbury, L. A. (2002). Archaeological site testing at Coyote Springs (10IH197/PY-679). McCall, Heritage Program, Payette National Forest: 1-59.

    Leonhardy, F. and G. Koehler (1985). Mountain sheep and human predation: forager adaptations in the Salmon River Mountains. Moscow, ID, University of Idaho.

    Leonhardy, F. and F. Thomas (1984). 1983 excavations at 10-VY-31, River of No Return Wilderness Area, Idaho. Moscow, Laboratory of Anthropology, University of Idaho.

    Peek, J. M. (1988). Vegetation studies in the Middle Fork, Salmon River. Moscow, University of Idaho: 27.

    Seidensticker, J. C., M. G. Hornocker, et al. (1970). Equipment and techniques for radiotracking mountain lions and elk. University of Idaho Forestry, Wildlife, and Range Sciences Experimental Station Bulletin. Moscow, University of Idaho: 1-20.

    Thornburgh, D. A. (1976). Potential natural vegetation of the Taylor Ranch and vicinity. Moscow, Wilderness Research Center, University of Idaho: 31.
  • Serial Articles
    Brandborg, S. M. (1955). Life history and management of the mountain goat in Idaho. Boise, Idaho Fish and Game: 1-142.

    Peek, J. M., J. J. Yeo, et al. (2005). Shrub-steppe vegetation of the East Fork and the Middle Fork of the Salmon River drainages. University of Idaho Forest, Wildlife, and Range Experiment Station Bulletin. Moscow, ID, University of Idaho. 82: 78.

  • Magazine Articles
    Akenson, J. J. and H. A. Akenson (1986). Selected journal entries. Idaho The University. 4: 18-20.

    Akenson, J. J. and H. A. Akenson (2001). Fire at Taylor Ranch. Here We Have Idaho. 18: 16-19.

    Akenson, J. J. and H. A. Akenson (2001). From the frying pan into the fire: August 2000. Idaho Yesterdays. Boise, ID, Idaho State Historical Society. 45: 22-25.

    Frome, M. (1986). Research in Idaho's Wilderness: Crusade for Wildlife. Defenders. 12: 20-21.

    Grubb, B. G. (1985). The mysterious and misunderstood mountain lion. Idaho The University. 3: 10-15.

    Hayward, P. and G. Hayward (1989). Lone ranger of the Rockies. Natural History. 98: 78-85.

    Hornocker, M. G. (1969). Stalking the mountain lion to save him. National Geographic. 136: 638-655.

    Kauffman, J. D. B. (2007). The Wolf Watchers. Backpacker: 39-41.

    Koehler, G. M. (1988). Bobcat bill of fare. Natural History. 97.

    Koehler, G. M. (1993). The cats in different professions. Northwest Parks and Wildlife: 68-69.

    Lyons, S. (1986). Land and the American imagination. Idaho the University. Moscow, University of Idaho. 4: 12-15.

    Markow, S. (1989). Taylor Ranch Internship, 1988. Idaho Forester. Moscow, University of Idaho: 31-33.

    McMurray, S. (2004). Support: DeVlieg Cabin. Celebrating Natural Resources. Moscow, University of Idaho. 21: 22-23.

    McMurray, S. (2006). Taylor Ranch Field Station: A window to Idaho's past, present, and future. Here We Have Idaho. Moscow, The University of Idaho Magazine. 23: 8-13.

    Moors, D. (1989). Testing the limits: have we gone too far? Idaho The University. Moscow, University of Idaho. 7: 16-21.

    Pritchett, J. (1986). UI anthropologist tracks Idaho's shadowy people. Idaho The University. Moscow, University of Idaho. 4: 16-17.

    Savage, G. (1986). Taylor Ranch: UI's unique wilderness resource. Idaho The University. Moscow, University of Idaho. 4: 13-21.

    Wheelwright, J. (2006). Captive Wilderness. Discover. August: 42-49.