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1. Carnivore Re-Colonisation: Reality, Possibility and a Non-Equilibrium Century for Grizzly Bears in the Southern Yellowstone Ecosystem [NRMSC_carnivorerecolonisation]
Most large native carnivores have experienced range contractions due to conflicts with humans, although neither rates of spatial collapse nor expansion have been well characterized. In North America, ...


2. Reproductive Maturation and Senescence in the Female Brown Bear [NRMSC_repmaturationbrownbear]
Changes in age-specific reproductive rates can have important implications for managing populations, but the number of female brown (grizzly) bears (Ursus arctos) observed in any one study is usually ...


3. Use of Sulfur and Nitrogen Stable Isotopes to Determine the Importance of Whitebark Pine Nuts to Yellowstone Grizzly Bears [NRMSC_sulfurnitrogenstableisotopes]
Whitebark pine (Pinus albicaulis) is a masting species that produces relatively large, fat- and protein-rich nuts that are consumed by grizzly bears (Ursus arctos horribilis). Trees produce abundant ...


4. Yellowstone Grizzly Bear Investigations [NRMSC_yellowstonegrizzlybear]
In addition to normal monitoring, an array of studies were completed addressing the potential impacts of winter recreation on denning grizzly bears. This research was in response to a lawsuit filed ...


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