Publications

Publications arising from LGL and/or Greeneridge.

Mammifères terrestres

Ballard, W.B. and M.A. Cronin.  1995.  Arctic Alaska caribou herds in relation to oil field development. p. 35-46 In: S.Q. Foster et al. (eds.), Issues & Technology in the Management of Impacted Wildlife.  Proc. 6th Sympos., Glenwood Springs, CO, April 1994.  Thorne Ecol. Inst.

Ballard, W.B., M.A. Cronin, M.D. Robards and E.H. Follmann*.  2000.  Body sizes, ages, reproductive status, and sex ratios of Arctic Foxes, Alopex lagopus, in the Prudhoe Bay Oil Field, Alaska.  Can. Field-Nat. 114(3):493-494.  link

Ballard, W.B., M.A. Cronin, R. Rodrigues, R.O. Skoog and R.H. Pollard.  2000.  Arctic fox, Alopex lagopus, den densities in the Prudhoe Bay Oil Field, Alaska.  Can. Field-Nat. 114(3):453-456.  link

Ballard, W.B., M.A. Cronin and H.A. Whitlaw.  2000.  Caribou and oil fields.  p. 85-104 In: J.C. Truett and S.R. Johnson (eds.), The natural history of an Arctic oil field/development and the biota.  Academic Press, San Diego, CA.  422 p.  link

Ballard, W.B., E.H. Follmann*, D.G. Ritter*, M.D. Robards and M.A. Cronin.  2001.  Rabies and canine distemper in an Arctic fox population in Alaska.  J. Wildl. Dis. 37(1):133‑137.  link

Ballard, W.B., M.A. Cronin, M.D. Robards and W.A. Stubblefield*.  2003.  Heavy metal concentrations in Arctic foxes, Alopex lagopus, in the Prudhoe Bay oil field, Alaska.  Can. Field-Nat. 117(1):119-121.  link

Birdsall, D.A.  1974.  An analysis of selection at two loci in fluctuating populations of Microtus**.  Can. J. Zool. 52(12):1457-1462.  link

Cronin, M.A.  1992.  Intraspecific variation in mitochondrial DNA of North American cervids**.  J. Mammal. 73(1):70-82.  link

Cronin, M.A. and N. Cockett*.  1993.  Kappa-casein polymorphisms among cattle breeds and bison herds**.  Anim. Genetics 24(2):135-138.  link

Cronin, M.A.  1994.  Rapid communication: a unique SacII restriction fragment length polymorphism in mitochondrial DNA of sheep and goats**.  J. Anim. Sci. 72(3):796.  link

Cronin, M.A.  1995.  Molecular evolutionary genetics of cervids.  p. 3-14 In: J.A. Milne (ed.), Recent developments in deer biology/Proc. 3rd Intern. Congr. Biol. Deer, Edinburgh, U.K., Aug.-Sept. 1994.  Macaulay Land Use Res. Inst., Aberdeen, U.K., and Moredun Res. Inst., Edinburgh, U.K.

Cronin, M.A. and V.C. Bleich*.  1995.  Mitochondrial DNA variation among populations and subspecies of mule deer in California.  Calif. Fish & Game 81(2):45-54.

Cronin, M.A., L. Renecker*, B.J. Pierson and J.C. Patton.  1995.  Genetic variation in domestic reindeer and wild caribou in Alaska.  Anim. Genetics 26(2):427-434.  link

Cronin, M.A., R. Stuart, B.J. Pierson and J.C. Patton.  1996.  K-casein gene phylogeny of higher ruminants (Pecora, Artiodactyla).  Molec. Phylogen. Evol. 6(2):295-311.  link

Cronin, M.A., B.J. Pierson, S.R. Johnson, L.E. Noel and W.B. Ballard.  1997.  Caribou population density in the Prudhoe Bay region of Alaska.  J. Wildl. Res. 2(1):59-68.

Cronin, M.A., W.B. Ballard, J.D. Bryan, B.J. Pierson and J.D. McKendrick*.  1998.  Northern Alaska oil fields and caribou: a commentary.  Biol. Conserv. 83(2):195‑208.  link

Cronin, M.A., S.C. Amstrup*, G.M. Durner, L.E. Noel, T.L. McDonaldº and W.B. Ballard.  1998.  Caribou distribution during the post-calving period in relation to infrastructure in the Prudhoe Bay oil field, Alaska.  Arctic 51(2):85-93.  link

Cronin, M., R. Shideler*, J. Hechtel*, C. Strobeck* and D. Paetkau*.  1999.  Genetic relationships of grizzly bears (Ursus arctos) in the Prudhoe Bay region of Alaska: inference from microsatellite DNA, mitochondrial DNA, and field observations.  J. Hered. 90(6):622-628.  link

Cronin, M.A., H.A. Whitlaw and W.B. Ballard.  2000.  Northern Alaska oil fields and caribou.  Wildl. Soc. Bull. 28(4):919‑922.  link

Cronin, M.A., J.C. Patton*, R. Courtois* and M. Crête*.  2001.  Genetic variation of microsatellite DNA in moose in Québec.  Alces 37(1):175-187.  link

Cronin, M.A., H.A. Whitlaw and W.B. Ballard.  2001.  Addendum/Northern Alaska oil fields and caribou.  Wildl. Soc. Bull. 29(2):764.  link

Cronin, M.A., J.C. Patton* and M.D. MacNeil*.  2002.  Genetic variation of domestic reindeer and wild caribou (Rangifer tarandus).  Proc. Western Sect. Am. Soc. Anim. Sci. 53:138-141.

Cronin, M.A., S.P. Haskell and W.B. Ballard.  2003.  The frequency of antlerless female caribou and reindeer in Alaska.  Rangifer 23(2):67-70.  link

Cronin, M.A., J.C. Patton*, N. Balmysheva* and M.D. MacNeil*.  2003.  Genetic variation in caribou and reindeer (Rangifer tarandus).  Anim. Genetics 34(1):33-41.  link

d'Entremont, M.  2014.  The presence of muskrats (Ondatra zibethicus) in a highly contaminated watershed near Yellowknife, Northwest Territories.  Northwest. Nat. 95(2):113-115.  link

Demarchi, M.W. and F.L. Bunnell*.  1995.  Forest cover selection and activity of moose in response to the summer thermal environment**.  Acta Theriol. 40(1):23-36.

Demarchi, M.W., S.R. Johnson and G.F. Searing.  2000.  Distribution and abundance of mountain goats, Oreamnos americanus, in westcentral British Columbia.  Can. Field-Nat. 114(2):301-306.  link

Demarchi, M.W., S.R. Johnson and G.F. Searing.  2000.  Incidental grizzly bear, Ursus arctos, sightings during autumn mountain goat, Oreamnos americanus, surveys in westcentral British Columbia.  Can. Field-Nat. 114(4):656-660.  link

Demarchi, M.W.  2002.  Grizzly bears, impact significance, and the Greenville to Kincolith Road Project in western British Columbia.  p. 491-498 In: 2001 Proc. Intern. Conf. on Ecology & Transportation, Keystone, CO.  Center for Transportation and the Environment, Raleigh, NC.  link

Demarchi, M.  2003.  Migratory patterns and home range size of moose in the central Nass Valley, British Columbia.  Northwest. Nat. 84(3):135-141.  link

Fancy, S.G.  1980.  Preparation of mammalian teeth for age determination by cementum layers: a review**.  Wildl. Soc. Bull. 8(3):242-248.  link

Fancy, S.G.  1980.  Nest-tree selection by red squirrels in a boreal forest**.  Can. Field-Nat. 94(2):198.  link

Fancy, S.G.  1981.  Daily movements of red squirrels, Tamiasciurus hudsonicus**.  Can. Field-Nat. 95(3):348-350.  link

Fancy, S.G.  1983.  Movements and activity budgets of caribou near oil drilling sites in the Sagavanirktok river floodplain, Alaska.  Arctic 36(2):193-197.  link

Follmann, E.H.º and J.L. Hechtel*.  1990.  Bears and pipeline construction in Alaska.  Arctic 43(2):103-109.  link

Gilders, M.A.  2000.  The nature of Great Apes: our next of kin **.  Greystone Books, Vancouver, B.C.  104 p.  link

Goudie, I.  2008.  Moose matters**.  Osprey 39(3):102-105.

Haskell, S.P. and W.B. Ballard.  2004.  Factors limiting productivity of the Central Arctic caribou herd of Alaska.  Rangifer 24(2):71-78.  link

Haskell, S.P.  2006.  First record of a river otter, Lontra canadensis, captured on the northeastern coast of Alaska.  Can. Field-Nat. 120(2):235-236.  link

Haskell, S.P., R.M. Nielsonº, W.B. Ballard, M.A. Cronin and T.L. McDonaldº.  2006.  Dynamic responses of calving caribou to oilfields in northern Alaska.  Arctic 59(2):179-190.  link

Haskell, S.P. and W.B. Ballard.  2008.  Annual re-habituation of calving caribou to oilfields in northern Alaska: implications for expanding development.  Can. J. Zool. 86(7):627-637.  link

Hawkes, V.C.  2011.  Early successional wildlife monitoring on reclamation plots in the Athabasca oil sands region.  p. 229‑238 In: A.B. Fourie et al. (eds.), Proc. 6th Intern. Conf. on Mine Closure, vol. 2.  Austral. Cent. for Geomatics, Univ. of Western Australia, Perth, W.A.

Hickie, J.P., D.M. Lavigne* and W.D. Woodward*.  1982.  Vitamin D and winter reproduction in the collared lemming, Dicrostonyx groenlandicus**.  Oikos 39(1):71‑76.  link

McLaren, M.A. and J.E. Green.  1985.  Status of muskoxen, Ovibos moschatus, on eastern Melville Island in spring 1982.  Can. Field-Nat. 99(2):156-162.  link

McLaren, M.A. and J.E. Green.  1985.  The reactions of muskoxen to snowmobile harassment.  Arctic 38(3):188-193.  link

Noel, L.E., R.H. Pollard, W.B. Ballard and M.A. Cronin.  1998.  Activity and use of active gravel pads and tundra by caribou, Rangifer tarandus granti, within the Prudhoe Bay oil field, Alaska.  Can. Field-Nat. 112(3):400-409.  link

Patterson, C.*, W. Koski, P. Pace*, B. McLuckie* and D.M. Bird*.  2016.  Evaluation of an unmanned aircraft system for detecting surrogate caribou targets in Labrador.  J. Unmanned Vehicle Syst. 4.  link

Pollard, R.H., W.B. Ballard, L.E. Noel and M.A. Cronin.  1996.  Parasitic insect abundance and microclimate of gravel pads and tundra within the Prudhoe Bay oil field, Alaska, in relation to use by caribou, Rangifer tarandus grantiCan. Field-Nat. 110(4):649-658.  link

Pollard, R.H., W.B. Ballard, L.E. Noel and M.A. Cronin.  1996.  Summer distribution of caribou, Rangifer tarandus granti, in the area of the Prudhoe Bay oil field, Alaska, 1990-1994.  Can. Field-Nat. 110(4):659-674.  link

Schmidt, D.R.  1982.  A brown bear (Ursus arctos)-human encounter in the Brooks Range, Alaska.  Can. Field-Nat. 96(3):347.  link

Searing, G.F.  1977.  The function of the bark call of the red squirrel**.  Can. Field-Nat. 91(2):187-189.  link

Shank, C.C., P.F. Wilkinson and D.F. Penner*.  1978.  Diet of Peary caribou, Banks Island, N.W.T.  Arctic 31(2):125-132.  link

Truett, J.C.  1977.  Birth and first-day behavior of wild mule deer fawns**.  J. Wildl. Manage. 41(1):150-151.  link

Truett, J.C.  1979.  Observations of coyote predation on mule deer fawns in Arizona**.  J. Wildl. Manage. 43(4):956-958.  link

Wilkinson, P.F. and C.C. Shank.  1975.  Archaeological observations in north-central Banks Island.  Arctic Anthropology 12(1):104-112.  link

Wilkinson, P.F. and C.C. Shank.  1976.  Rutting-fight mortality among musk oxen on Banks Island, Northwest Territories, Canada.  Anim. Behav. 24(4):756-758.  link

Wilkinson, P.F., C.C. Shank and D.F. Penner*.  1976.  Muskox-caribou summer range relations on Banks Island, N.W.T.  J. Wildl. Manage. 40(1):151-162.  link

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