Northern Rocky Mountain Science Center

Publications

Below is a list of available NOROCK peer reviewed and published science. If you are in search of a specific publication and cannot find it below or through a search, please contact twojtowicz@usgs.gov.

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Year Published: 1998

Browse Evaluation by Analysis of Growth Form

Abstract has not been submitted

Keigley, R.B.; Frisina, M.R.
Browse Evaluation by Analysis of Growth Form; 1998; Report; Keigley, R. B.; Frisina, M. R.

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Year Published: 1998

Estimating species richness: the Michaelis-Menten model revisited

Keating, K.A.; Quinn, J.F.
Estimating species richness: the Michaelis-Menten model revisited; 1998; Article; Journal; Oikos; Keating, K. A.; Quinn, J. F.

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Year Published: 1998

Estimating the effectiveness of further sampling in species inventories

Keating, K.A.; Quinn, J.F.; Ivie, M.A.; Ivie, L.L.
Estimating the effectiveness of further sampling in species inventories; 1998; Article; Journal; Ecological Applications; Keating, K. A.; Quinn, J. F.; Ivie, M. A.; Ivie, L. L.

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Year Published: 1997

Glacier recession and ecological implications at Glacier National Park, Montana

Key, C.H.; Johnson, S.; Fagre, D.B.; Menicke, R. K.

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Year Published: 1997

Ecosystem dynamics of the Northern Rocky Mountains, USA

Fagre, D.B.; Key, C.H.; White, J.D.; Running, S. W.; Hauer, F. R.; Keane, R.E.; Ryan, K. C.

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Year Published: 1997

Near to the edge of an ice sheet

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Hostetler, Steven W.

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Year Published: 1997

Imperiled mammalian fauna of aquatic ecosystems in the Southeast: A historical perspective: Chapter 9

About 100 species of mammals are endemic to the southeastern United States, an area of diverse habitat types and high biodiversity. Many of these species are either formally considered aquatic or semi-aquatic, or they are otherwise closely associated with aquatic ecosystems. In the southeastern United States, greater than 80 percent of mammalian...

Benz, G.W.; Collins, D.E.; Harvey, M.J.; Clark, J.D.

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Year Published: 1997

Imperiled mammalian fauna of aquatic ecosystems in the Southeast: A management perspective: Chapter 15

Management of imperiled mammals associated with aquatic ecosystems in the southeastern United States ranges from almost no management for some species to intensive, high-profile programs for others. Aquatic mammals are notoriously difficult to census because they are often secretive, trap-wary, relatively rare, or have extensive movement patterns...

Benz, G.W.; Collins, D.E.; Clark, J.D.; Harvey, M.J.

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Year Published: 1996

How many grizzlies in Yellowstone?

Trend data indicate that the Yellowstone grizzly bear (Ursus arctos horribilis) population has been increasing in recent years, after a decline induced by closure of open garbage dumps in 1970-71. Current population size appears to be approaching a level where management to curb further increases might be desirable, even though it will be highly...

Eberhardt, L.L.; Knight, R.R.

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Year Published: 1996

Remote sensing of forest fire severity and vegetation recovery

White, J.D.; Ryan, K.C.; Key, C.H.; Running, S.W.
Remote sensing of forest fire severity and vegetation recovery; 1996; Article; Journal; International Journal of Wildland Fire; White, J. D.; Ryan, K. C.; Key, C. H.; Running, S. W.

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Year Published: 1995

Water-quality assessment in the Trinity River Basin, Texas; pesticide occurrence in streams, winter and spring 1994

A consistent, basin-wide set of data for streams in the Trinity River Basin is necessary to provide a baseline for current conditions, to compare with historical data, and to provide a reference for future studies by the National Water-Quality Assessment (NAWQA) Program. In addition, the basin-wide surveys begin the process of addressing the cause...

Shipp, Allison A.
Water-quality assessment in the Trinity River Basin, Texas; pesticide occurrence in streams, winter and spring 1994; 1995; FS; 160-95; Shipp, Allison A.

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Year Published: 1995

Hydrological and thermal response of lakes to climate: Description and modeling

Lake systems continually respond to climatic conditions that vary over broad scales of space and time. The spatial distribution of lakes on the Earth’s surface is indicative of long-term patterns of atmospheric circulation, and the annual cycle of climate over lake basins is reflected in seasonal change in the size and temperature of lakes. Lake...

Hostetler, Steven W.