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Disease and Parasites

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Parasites in Dall's sheep: what we can learn from historical and contemporary collections (or: putting together the pieces!).
Kutz, S. J., A. M. Veitch, N. Simmons, E. Hoberg, B. Elkin, E. J. Jenkins, and L. Polley

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Distribution and abundance of terrestrial gastropod intermediate hosts of lungworms on isolated, semi-arid bighorn ranges.
Rodgerson, J. D., and W. S. Fairbanks

4

Investigating and interpreting population health in Dall’s sheep in the Mackenzie Mountains, Northwest Territories, Canada.
Jenkins, E. J., A. M. Veitch, B. T. Elkin, S. J. Kutz, M. Chirino-Trejo, and L. Polley

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Contact zone between expanding muskox populations and Dall's sheep - an emerging disease issue.
Kutz, S. J., A. M. Veitch, J. Nagy, B. Elkin, E. Hoberg, E. J. Jenkins, and L. Polley

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Viability of air-bourne Pasteurella spp.
Dixon, D., K. Rudolph, L. Cowen, D. L. Hunter, and A.C.S. Ward

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Molecular identification of Pasteurella-related outbreaks in bighorn sheep using pulse field gel electrophoresis.
Hosch-Hebdon, T.

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Genetic resistance to disease in wild sheep.
Rudolph, K., T. Hosch-Hebdon, and D. E. Toweill


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Genetics
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Mountain goat horns of the Kootenay Region of British Columbia.
Gilchrist, D

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Genetic paternity and horn size in bighorn sheep: evolutionary and management implications.
Coltman, D., M. Festa-Bianchet, J. Jorgenson, and C. Strobeck

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Quantification of a known population bottleneck in Rocky Mountain bighorn sheep in Custer State Park, South Dakota.
Goldstein, E. J., G. Luikart, and G. C. Brundige


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Population Monitoring

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A review and comparison of management concerns, objectives and strategies for two native bighorn sheep populations.
Alt, K., and Q. Kujala

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Bighorn sheep survival in Badlands National Park 1997-2000: can routine sampling help predict survival?
Bourassa, M. A., and S. V. Huzurbazar

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Relationship between population density and mortality of bighorn sheep in Hells Canyon.
Lammers, W. M., and E. F. Cassirer

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Age- and sex-specific local survival in unhunted mountain goats.
Festa-Bianchet, M., and S. D. Côté

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Validation of a helicopter census technique for bighorn sheep.
Taylor, E., D. E. Toweill, E. O. Garton, and W. Van Dyke


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Status Reports

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The status of the mountain goats in the Mackenzie Mountains, Northwest Territories, Canada.
Veitch, A., E. Simmons, M. Promislow, D. Tate, and R. Popko

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Status of Oregon Rocky Mountain goats.
Coggins, V. L., and P. E. Matthews

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Nutrition

70

Bighorn sheep lamb survival, trace minerals, rainfall and air pollution: Are there any connections?
Hnilicka, P., J. Mionczynski, B. Mincher, J. States, M. Hinschberger, S. Oberlie, C. Thompson, and B. Yates

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An investigation into the selenium requirements of Rocky Mountain bighorn sheep.
Dean, R., P. Hnilicka, and T. Kreeger


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Transplant Assessment
102

Ecological assessment of recently reintroduced Rocky Mountain bighorn sheep along the Wasatch front.
Whiting, J.

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Predation and bighorn sheep transplants in New Mexico: a tale of two herds.
Rominger, E. M., H. A. Whitlaw, D. Weybright, and W. C. Dunn

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The landscape of fear and it's implications to sheep reintroductions.
Laundré, J., L. Hernandez, I. Arias and G. Fowles


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Habitat Use
111

A GIS-based habitat model for bighorn sheep winter range in Glacier National Park, Montana.
Dicus, G.

129

The suitability of GPS wildlife collars for studying coastal habitat use by mountain goats (Oreamnos americanus).
Taylor, S.

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Evaluation of habitat selection by a reintroduced population of California bighorn sheep (Ovis canadensis californiana) in south-central Idaho.
Fowles, G., J. Laundré, T. Ferguson, and N. Huntly

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Bite rates in bighorn sheep:effects of season, age, sex and reproductive status.
Ruckstuhl, K. E., J. T. Jorgenson, and M. Festa-Bianchet


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Capture and Disease Testing Protocols
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Discussion of proposed disease testing protocol for transplants.
Foster, C., and K. Hurley

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Bighorn sheep (Ovis canadensis) diseases: a brief iterature review and risk assessment for translocation.
Dubay, S. , H. Schwantije, J. De Vos, and T. McKinney

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Managing Domestic Sheep/Wild Sheep Interactions

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Bighorn pneumonia die-offs: an observer's short history and synthesis.
Heimer, W.

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Rocky Mountain bighorn sheep/domestic sheep and goat interactions, a management perspective.
Coggins, V.

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Managing domestic sheep allotments in bighorn sheep habitat: seeking solutions.
Hurley, K.

POSTER SESSION
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Poster Title
Authors/Presentors
169

Infrared survey of California bighorn sheep in Idaho.

Bernatas, S., and L. Nelson
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Spatial and temporal synchrony in horn growth of Dall's sheep rams in the Yukon.

Carey, J., and D. Hik
182

Rocky Mountain bighorn sheep management in Badlands National Park.

Childers, E.
195

Population status of Transcaspian Urial (Ovis orientalis [vignei] arkal) at Aktau-Buzachinskiy Nature Reserve, Kazakhstan.

Frisina, M. R.
203

Determining pregnancy status of Rocky Mountain bighorn ewes from fecal P4, a progesterone derivative hormone.

Goldstein, E. J., J. Bauman, and G. C. Brundige
210

The behavioural effects of helicopter logging on mountain goats.

Gordon, S.
211

Life cycle, distribution, and significance of Parelaphostrongylus odocoilei in thinhorn sheep (Ovis dalli).

Jenkins, E. J., A. M. Veitch, E. P. Hoberg, S. J. Kutz, B. T. Elkin, and L. Polley
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Use of low elevation habitats by bighorn sheep in Nebraska.

Klinksiek, E., and S. Fairbanks
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Lamb production and survival of a bighorn sheep population in central Idaho.

McDaniel, C.
214

Using GPS telemetry to study the seasonal habitats of mountain goats within the Sunshine Coast Forest District, British Columbia.

Taylor, S., and W. Wall
215

Heirarchial habitat selection by Dall's sheep within the Tanana-Yukon uplands, Alaska.

Wendling, B., B. Griffith, and J. Lawler
216

Population structure and genetic variation of horn size in Dall's sheep from the Northwest Territories.

Worley, K., A. Veitch, and D. Coltman
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Dall sheep disagreements: an Alaska management controversy.Heimer, W. E., S. Watson-Keller, V. Geist, S. Castle Kirstein, and T. C. Smith

 
 

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