1972
NWSC2

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North American Wild Sheep Disease
1 Evaluation of the cytotoxicity of various isolates of Pasteurella haemolytica from bighorn sheep and other ungulate populations
R. M Silflow, W. J. Foreyt, and J. E. Lagerquist
7 Effects of controlled contact exposure between healthy bighorn sheep and llamas, domestic goats, mountain goats, cattle domestic sheep, or mouflon sheep
W. J. Foreyt
15 Residual effect of pneumonia on the bighorn sheep of Whiskey Mountain, Wyoming
T. J. Ryder, E. S. Williams, and S. L. Anderson
20 A health protocol for domestic sheep used on forest grazing allotments in Alberta and British Columbia
M. J. Pybus, R. A. Fenton, and H. Lang
25 Evaluation of lungworms, nutrition, and predation as factors limiting recovery of the Stillwater bighorn sheep her, Montana
L. C. Jones and D. E. Worley
Sheep and Goat Inventory
35 Analysis of 1992 Dall sheep and mountain goat survey data, Kenai National Wildlife Refuge
D. Strickland, L. L. McDonald, J. Kern, T. Spraker, and A. Loranger
43 Aerial survey and Dall sheep population size: comparative usefulness of external and internal population dynamics for management purposes
W. E. Heimer
51 Utility of summer fixed-wing aerial surveys in predicting lamb/ewe ratios observed on winter range
L. R. Irby
56 A method used for estimating mountain goat numbers in the Babine Mountains Recreation Area, British Columbia
D. Cichowski, D. Haas, and G. Schultze
65 A standardized technique for helicopter surveys of bighorn sheep
W. L. Bodie and L. E. Oldenburg
Historical Goat Distribution
69 Status and history of mountain goats in Oregon
P. E. Matthews and V. L. Coggins
75 Review of the historical literature regarding the distribution of the Rocky Mountain goat (Oreamnos americanus)
M. L. Irby and A. F. Chappell
Sheep and Goat Management
81 Effects of horn size and hunter success on satisfaction with Brooks Range sheep hunts
K. R. Whitten
92 The success of mountain goat management on the Kenai Peninsula in Alaska
G. G. Del Frate and T. H. Spraker
99 Horn growth in Montana bighorn rams
H. D. Picton
104 Summer activity patterns of bighorn ewes in the northern Great Plains
R. W. Sayre and R. W. Seabloom
110 Evaluation of bighorn sheep in the Ten Lakes Scenic Area of Montana
S. H. Johnsen
116 Effects of age of primiparity upon horn growth in bighorn ewes
M. Festa-Bianchet and J. T. Jorgenson
Goat Productivity and Population Dynamics
121 Social status and nanny-kid separation for Rocky Mountain goats
M. L. Irby and J. P. Fitzgerald
131 Summer-fall habitat use and fall diets of mountain goats and bighorn sheep in the Absaroka Range, Montana
N. C. Varley
139 Mountain goats on Mount Evans, Colorado - conflicts and the importance of accurate population estimates
D. F. Reed and K. A. Green
Sheep and Goat Habitat
144 The effects of physical geography on Dall sheep habitat quality and home range size
W. E. Heimer, F. J. Mauer, and S. W. Keller
149 Consequences of habitat fragmentation on wild sheep metapopulation management within USA
D. J. Armentrout and R. J. Boyd
159 Evaluation of a multivariate model of mountain goat winter habitat selection
C. A. Smith
166 Spatial segregation of bighorn sheep, mule deer, and feral horses
R. E. Kissell, L. R. Irby, and R. J. Mackie
Workshop Reports
174 Foreword to Workshop Reports
175 1994 NWS&GC Management Workshop Questionnaire Response - FNAWS
176 1994 NWS&GC Management Workshop Questionnaire Response - ALASKA
180 1994 NWS&GC Management Workshop Questionnaire Response - ALBERTA
184 1994 NWS&GC Management Workshop Questionnaire Response - BRITISH COLUMBIA
186 1994 NWS&GC Management Workshop Questionnaire Response - CALIFORNIA
192 1994 NWS&GC Management Workshop Questionnaire Response - IDAHO
194 1994 NWS&GC Management Workshop Questionnaire Response - MONTANA
196 1994 NWS&GC Management Workshop Questionnaire Response - NORTH DAKOTA
201 1994 NWS&GC Management Workshop Questionnaire Response - OREGON
204 1994 NWS&GC Management Workshop Questionnaire Response - WASHINGTON
206 1994 NWS&GC Management Workshop Questionnaire Response - WYOMING
211 1994 NWS&GC Management Workshop Questionnaire Response - YUKON

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