VOL. 28 · NO. 1 | July 2017
 
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28(1), (1 July 2017) https://doi.org/10.2192/URSU-D-16-00022.1
KEYWORDS: Capwire, Chao estimator, demography, distance-based criteria, females with cubs, FWC counts, Italy, small populations, Ursus arctos marsicanus
28(1), (1 July 2017) https://doi.org/10.2192/URSU-D-16-00003.1
KEYWORDS: Asiatic black bear, diet, human–wildlife conflict, Phoenix dactylifera, scat analysis, Ursus thibetanus, Vespa, Ziziphus
28(1), (1 July 2017) https://doi.org/10.2192/URSU-D-16-00015.1
KEYWORDS: brown bear, endoparasites, harvested bears, infection, livestock, prevalence, Romania, scats, Transylvania, Ursus arctos
28(1), (1 July 2017) https://doi.org/10.2192/URSU-D-16-00019.1
KEYWORDS: adaptive management, conflict mitigation, effects of feeding, fed bear is a dead bear, feeding ban, habituation, intercept feeding, supplemental feeding, Ursus americanus, Ursus arctos
28(1), (1 July 2017) https://doi.org/10.2192/URSU-D-16-00027.1
KEYWORDS: abundance, American black bear, downing, harvest, population reconstruction, Ursus americanus
28(1), (1 July 2017) https://doi.org/10.2192/URSU-D-16-00026.1
KEYWORDS: Alberta, diversionary feeding, grizzly bear, human–wildlife conflict, intercept feeding, livestock, supplemental feeding, Ursus arctos
28(1), (1 July 2017) https://doi.org/10.2192/URSU-D-16-00023.1
KEYWORDS: grizzly bear, muskox, northeastern Alaska, Ovibos moschatus, population dynamics, predation, prey switching, survival, Ursus arctos
28(1), (1 July 2017) https://doi.org/10.2192/URSU-D-16-00031.1
KEYWORDS: anthropogenic, diet, Florida, Florida black bear, food habits, habitat fragmentation, habitat loss, human–bear conflict, Lake Wales Ridge, Ursus americanus floridanus
28(1), (1 July 2017) https://doi.org/10.2192/URSU-D-16-00025.1
KEYWORDS: Apennine brown bear, capture–recapture, demography, E-SURGE, inter-birth interval, multi-event modelling, reproductive rate, transition probability, Ursus arctos marsicanus,, weaning
28(1), (1 May 2017) https://doi.org/10.2192/URSU-D-16-00030.1
KEYWORDS: abundance, Andean bear, camera-trap, density, Ecuador, population, spatial capture–recapture, Tremarctos ornatus
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