VOL. 16 · NO. 2 | November 2005
 
Ursus
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Perspectives, Essays and Reviews
Bruce N. McLellan
Ursus 16 (2), 141-156, (1 November 2005) https://doi.org/10.2192/1537-6176(2005)016[0141:SSIIGB]2.0.CO;2
KEYWORDS: British Columbia, cannibalism, Ursus arctos, survival rates, mortality, Montana, infanticide, hunting, habitat selection, grizzly bear, dispersal
Ecology
Gary M. Koehler, D. John Pierce
Ursus 16 (2), 157-166, (1 November 2005) https://doi.org/10.2192/1537-6176(2005)016[0157:SCMSAA]2.0.CO;2
KEYWORDS: American black bear, cause-specific mortality, survival, Ursus americanus, Washington
Mark A. Haroldson, Kerry A. Gunther, Daniel P. Reinhart, Shannon R. Podruzny, Chris Cegelski, Lisette Waits, Travis Wyman, Jeremiah Smith
Ursus 16 (2), 167-180, (1 November 2005) https://doi.org/10.2192/1537-6176(2005)016[0167:CNOSCT]2.0.CO;2
KEYWORDS: Ursus arctos, Yellowstone, Spawning, Salvelinus namaycush, Oncorhynchus clarki, Lake trout, grizzly bear, DNA, Cutthroat Trout
Gail H. Collins, Steven D. Kovach, Michael T. Hinkes
Ursus 16 (2), 181-189, (1 November 2005) https://doi.org/10.2192/1537-6176(2005)016[0181:HRAMOF]2.0.CO;2
KEYWORDS: anadromous, denning, elevation, kernel, Oncorhynchus, radio telemetry, salmon, Ursus arctos
Physiology
Don White, James G. Berardinelli, Keith E. Aune
Ursus 16 (2), 190-197, (1 November 2005) https://doi.org/10.2192/1537-6176(2005)016[0190:AVIGAH]2.0.CO;2
KEYWORDS: epididymis, grizzly bear, Montana, reproduction, testis, Ursus arctos horribilis, Wyoming
Don White, James G. Berardinelli, Keith E. Aune
Ursus 16 (2), 198-207, (1 November 2005) https://doi.org/10.2192/1537-6176(2005)016[0198:SDISTM]2.0.CO;2
KEYWORDS: epididymal tubules, grizzly bear, Montana, seminiferous tubules, testis, testosterone, Ursus arctos horribilis, Wyoming
Megan A. Owen, Nancy M. Czekala, Ronald R. Swaisgood, Karen Steinman, Donald G. Lindburg
Ursus 16 (2), 208-221, (1 November 2005) https://doi.org/10.2192/1537-6176(2005)016[0208:SADDOG]2.0.CO;2
KEYWORDS: Ailuropoda melanoleuca, behavior, circadian rhythm, giant panda, glucocorticoids, non-invasive methods, Seasonality, stress, Ursidae
Management
Manuel F. Peralvo, Francisco Cuesta, Frank van Manen
Ursus 16 (2), 222-233, (1 November 2005) https://doi.org/10.2192/1537-6176(2005)016[0222:DPHAFT]2.0.CO;2
KEYWORDS: Andean bear, Andes Mountains, conservation planning, Ecuador, geographical information system, GIS, habitat suitability, Mahalanobis distance, Tremarctos ornatus
Joseph D. Clark, Steven Dobey, Darrin V. Masters, Brian K. Scheick, Michael R. Pelton, Melvin E. Sunquist
Ursus 16 (2), 234-244, (1 November 2005) https://doi.org/10.2192/1537-6176(2005)016[0234:ABBABY]2.0.CO;2
KEYWORDS: American black bear, apiary, bees, damage, electric fencing, Florida, Georgia, habitat, Okefenokee, Ursus americanus
Kent R. Hersey, Andrew S. Edwards, Joseph D. Clark
Ursus 16 (2), 245-254, (1 November 2005) https://doi.org/10.2192/1537-6176(2005)016[0245:AABBHI]2.0.CO;2
KEYWORDS: Alabama, Florida black bear, habitat, Mobile–Tensaw Delta, reintroduction, Ursus americanus, White River
Human and Bears
Amy J. Lyons
Ursus 16 (2), 255-262, (1 November 2005) https://doi.org/10.2192/1537-6176(2005)016[0255:APOUAB]2.0.CO;2
KEYWORDS: American black bear, black bear policy, Ursus americanus, urban bears, southern California, San Gabriel Mountains, nuisance bears
Humans and Bears
H. S. Bargali, Naim Akhtar, N. P. S. Chauhan
Ursus 16 (2), 263-267, (1 November 2005) https://doi.org/10.2192/1537-6176(2005)016[0263:COSBAA]2.0.CO;2
KEYWORDS: bear attacks, India, Melursus ursinus, North Bilaspur Forest Division, sloth bear
Critique and Reply
Andrew R. Criswell, Gary J. Galbreath
Ursus 16 (2), 268-273, (1 November 2005) https://doi.org/10.2192/1537-6176(2005)016[0268:BPICBA]2.0.CO;2
No abstract available
Sophie S. Vickery, Georgia J. Mason
Ursus 16 (2), 274-279, (1 November 2005) https://doi.org/10.2192/1537-6176(2005)016[0274:BPICBA]2.0.CO;2
No abstract available
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