VOL. 27 · NO. 2 | January 2017
 
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Short Communications
Harith S. Al-Warid, Jeff Beringer, Tim L. Hiller, Jerrold L. Belant, Matthew E. Gompper
Ursus 27 (2), 61-66, (1 January 2017) https://doi.org/10.2192/URSU-D-16-00008.1
KEYWORDS: Amblyomma, American black bears, Dermacentor, Ixodes, Missouri, Ozark Highlands, parasites, ticks
Research Articles
Casey A. Gray, Michael J. Hooker, Michael J. Chamberlain
Ursus 27 (2), 67-77, (1 January 2017) https://doi.org/10.2192/URSU-D-16-00009.1
KEYWORDS: American black bear, cub survival, denning, den selection, Georgia, reproductive ecology, survival, Ursus americanus
Julie A. Miller, Tom S. Smith, Janene Auger, Hal L. Black, Loreen Allphin
Ursus 27 (2), 78-89, (1 January 2017) https://doi.org/10.2192/URSU-D-15-00035.1
KEYWORDS: Utah, Ursus americanus, hibernation, emergence, departure, denning, camera-traps, behaviors, American black bear
Subrat Debata, Kedar Kumar Swain, Hemanta Kumar Sahu, Himanshu Shekhar Palei
Ursus 27 (2), 90-98, (1 January 2017) https://doi.org/10.2192/URSUS-D-16-00007.1
KEYWORDS: attack, coexistence, compensation, human–wildlife conflicts, India, Melursus ursinus, sanitation program, sloth bear
Jun Moriwaki, Michito Shimozuru, Hifumi Tsuruga, Tsutomu Mano, Toshio Tsubota
Ursus 27 (2), 99-109, (1 January 2017) https://doi.org/10.2192/URSU-D-16-00005.1
KEYWORDS: corpora lutea, Hokkaido brown bear, Ursus arctos, reproductive tracts, reproductive parameters, reproduction interval, placental scars, ovulation rate, litter size, Implantation rate
Clara Tattoni, Gianluca Grilli, Marco Ciolli
Ursus 27 (2), 110-121, (1 January 2017) https://doi.org/10.2192/URSU-D-16-00011.1
KEYWORDS: Alps, Ave, biodiversity, conservation, eco-tourism, environmental evaluation, marketing, Ursus arctos
Short Communications
Eva Filipczyková, Ignas M.A. Heitkönig, Armando Castellanos, Wouter Hantson, Sam M.J.G. Steyaert
Ursus 27 (2), 122-128, (1 January 2017) https://doi.org/10.2192/URSU-D-16-00002.1
KEYWORDS: Andean bear, animal behavior, Camera trap, claw-marking, ecology, marking behavior, mountain cloud forest, scent-marking, tree-rubbing, Tremarctos ornatus
Michael A. Sawaya, Alan B. Ramsey, Philip W. Ramsey
Ursus 27 (2), 129-135, (1 January 2017) https://doi.org/10.2192/URSU-D-16-00010.1
KEYWORDS: hyperthermia, livestock tanks, Montana, physiology, ponds, remote cameras, temperature, Ursus americanus, cold-water immersion, climate change, behavioral thermoregulation, anthropogenic
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