Reports

  • 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.