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FAUNA—GENERAL

Alaska Department of Fish and Game. 1973. Alaska's wildlife and habitat. Anchorage, Alaska. 143 p.

Alaska Department of Fish and Game. 1978. Alaska's wildlife and habitat, Vol. II. Anchorage, Alaska. 74 p. + maps.

Cowan, I.McT. 1989. Birds and mammals on the Queen Charlotte Islands. Pp. 175-186, In The outer shores (G. G. E. Scudder and N. Gessler, eds.). Queen Charlotte Islands Museum Press, Skidgate, British Columbia. 327 p.

Dufresne, F. 1946. Alaska's animals and fishes. A. S. Barnes and Co., NY. 297 p.

Eddingsaas, A.A., B.K. Jacobsen, E.P. Lessa, and J.A. Cook. 2004. Evolutionary history of the arctic ground squirrel (Spermophilus parryii) in Nearctic Beringia. Journal of Mammalogy 85:601-610.

Eger, J.L. 1990. Patterns of geographic variation in the skull of Nearctic ermine (Mustela erminea). Canadian Journal of Zoology 68:1241-1249.

Hall, E.R. 1951. American weasels. University of Kansas Publication, Museum of Natural History 4:1-466.

Hall, E.R. 1981. The mammals of North America. Wiley-Interscience. 1181 p.

Hall, E.R. 1984. Geographic variation among brown and grizzly bears (Ursus arctos) in North America. Special Publication, Museum of Natural History, University of Kansas, 13:1-16.

MacDonald, S.O. And J.A. Cook. 2009. Recent mammals of Alaska. University of Alaska Press, Fairbanks.

Nagorsen, D.W. 1990. The mammals of British Columbia: a taxonomic catalogue. Memoir No. 4. Royal British Columbia Museum. 140 p.

Nagorsen, D.W and R.M. Brigham. 1993. Bats (Chiroptera). Royal British Columbia Museum handbook on the mammals of British Columbia, Vol. 1 UBC Press, Vancouver. 164 p.

Nagorsen, D.W. 2002. An identification manual to the small mammals of British Columbia. British Columbia Terrestrial Ecosystems Branch, British Columbia Biodiversity Branch, and Royal British Columbia Museum. 153 p.

Reynolds, R.P., R.I. Crombie, R.W. McDiarmid, and T.L. Yates. 1996. Voucher specimens. Pages 63-68 in Measuring and monitoring biological diversity. Standard methods for mammals. Edited by D. E. Wilson, F. R. Cole, J. D. Nichols, R. Rudran, and M. S. Foster. Biological Diversity Handbook Series, Smithsonian Institution Press, Washington. 409 p.

Slough, B.G. and T.S. Jung. 2007. Diversity and distribution of the terrestrial mammals of the Yukon Territory: a review. Canadian Field-Naturalist 121:119-127.

Wilson, D.E. and D.M. Reeder (eds.). 2005. Mammal species of the world: a taxonomic and geographic reference. Third Edition. Johns Hopkins University Press, Baltimore. 2142 p.

Youngman, P.M. 1975. Mammals of the Yukon Territory. National Museums of Canada, Ottawa, Publications in Zoology 10:1-192.

 

FAUNA—SOUTHEAST ALASKA

Alexander, L.F. 1996. A morphometric analysis of geographic variation within Sorex monticolus (Insectivora: Soricidae). The University of Kansas Natural History Museum, Miscellaneous Publication 88:1-54.

Antell, S. 1987. Systematics and zoogeography of mammals in Southeast Alaska. Unpublished dissertation, Washington State University, Pullman, WA.

Ben-David, M., R.W. Flynn, and D.M. Schell. 1999. Annual and seasonal changes in diets of martens: evidence from stable isotope analysis. Oecologia 111:280-291.

Bidlack, A.L. and J.A. Cook. 2001. Reduced genetic variation in insular northern flying squirrels (Glaucomys sabrinus) along the North Pacific Coast. Animal Conservation 4:283-290.  

Bidlack, A.L. and J.A. Cook. 2002. A nuclear perspective on endemism in northern flying squirrels (Glaucomys sabrinus) of the Alexander Archipelago, Alaska. Conservation Genetics 3:247-259.

Boland, J.L. 2007. Distribution of bats in southeast Alaska and selection of day-roosts in trees by Keen’s myotis on Prince of Wales Island, southeast Alaska. Unpublished thesis. Oregon State University, Corvallis.

Carr, S.M. and S. A. Hicks. 1997. Are there two species of marten in North America? Pp. 15-28, In Martes: taxonomy ecology techniques and management (G. Proulx, H.N. Bryant, and P.M. Woodard, eds.). The Provincial Museum of Alberta, Edmonton.

Conroy, C.J. and J.A. Cook. 2000. Phylogeography of a post-glacial colonizer: Microtus longicaudus (Muridae: Rodentia). Molecular Ecology 9:165-175.

Conroy, C.J., J.R. Demboski, and J.A. Cook. 1999. Mammalian biogeography of the Alexander Archipelago of Alaska: a north temperate nested fauna. Journal of Biogeography 26:343-352.

Dawson, N.G. 2008. Vista Norteña: Tracking historical diversification and contemporary structure in high latitude mesocarnivores. Unpublished dissertation. University of New Mexico, Albuquerque.

Demboski, J.R. 1999. Molecular systematics and biogeography of long-tailed shrews (Insectivora: Sorex) and northern flying squirrels (Rodentia: Glaucomys). Unpublished dissertation. University of Alaska Fairbanks. 157 p.

Demboski, J. and J. Cook. 2001. Phylogeography of the dusky shrew, Sorex monticolus (Insectivora, Soricidae): Insight into deep and shallow history in northwestern North America. Molecular Ecology 10:1227-1240.

Demboski, J.R. and J.A. Cook. 2003. Phylogenetic diversification within the Sorex cinereus complex (Insectivora: Soricidae). Journal of Mammalogy 84:144-158.

Demboski, J.R., B.K. Jacobsen, and J.A. Cook. 1998. Endemism in the Alexander Archipelago: an assessment of genetic variation in flying squirrels (Rodentia: Glaucomys sabrinus). Canadian Journal of Zoology 76:1771-1777.

Dickerman, R.W. and J. Gustafson. 1996. The Prince of Wales spruce grouse: a new subspecies from southeastern Alaska. Western Birds 27:41-47.

Fleming, M.A. and J.A. Cook. 2002. Phylogeography of endemic ermine (Mustela erminea) in southeast Alaska. Molecular Ecology 11:795-808.

Flynn, R.W. and T. Schumacher. 2001. Ecology of martens in Southeast Alaska, 1 July 1990-30 June 2001. Alaska Department of Fish and Game. Federal Aid in Wildlife Restoration Final Research Performance Report, Grants W-23-4 through W-27-4, Study 7.16, Juneau, Alaska. 18 p.

Giannico, G.R. and D. Nagorsen. 1989.  Geographic and sexual variation in the skull of Pacific coast marten (Martes americana). Canadian Journal of Zoology 67:1386-1393.

Grinnell, H.W. 1918. Notes on some bats from Alaska and British Columbia. University of California Publications in Zoology 17:431-433.

Hall, E.R. 1944. Four new ermines from the islands of southeast Alaska. Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington 57:35-42.

Hanley, T.A. 1996. Small mammals of even-aged, red alder-conifer forests in southeastern Alaska. Canadian Field-Naturalist 110:626-629.

Heller, E. 1909. Mammals of the 1907 Alexander Alaska expedition. University of California Publication Zoology 5:321-360.

Hogan, K., M.C. Hedin, H.S. Koh, S.K. Davis, and I.F. Greenbaum. 1993. Systematic and taxonomic implications of karyotypic, electrophoretic, and mitochondrial-DNA variation in Peromyscus from the Pacific Northwest. Journal of Mammalogy 74:819-831.

Home, W.S. 1973. The mammals of Glacier Bay. Unpublished National Park Service Report.  49 p. (Report is not dated; 1973 surmised by B. Page, pers. comm.).

Home, W.S. 1980. Pacific pilot whales: repeated, localized sightings in southeast Alaska. Wasmann Journal of Biology 38:18-20.

Howell, A.H. 1934. Description of a new race of flying squirrel from Alaska. Journal of Mammalogy 15:64.

Hundertmark, K.J., G.F. Shields, I.G. Udina, R.T. Bowyer, A.A. Danilkin, and C.C. Schwartz. 2002. Mitochondrial phylogeography of moose (Alces alces): late Pleistocene divergence and population expansion. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 22:375-387.

Hundertmark, K.J., R.T. Bowyer, G.F. Shields, C.C. Schwartz, and M.H. Smith. 2006. Colonization history and taxonomy of moose Alces alces in southeastern Alaska inferred from mtDNA variation. Wildlife Biology 12:331-338.

Kirchhoff, M.D. and D.N. Larsen. 1998. Dietary overlap between native Sitka black-tailed deer and introduced elk in Southeast Alaska. Journal of Wildlife Management 62:236-242.

Koehler, A.V.A 2006. Systematics, phylogeography, distribution, and life cycle of Soboliphyme baturini. Unpublished thesis. University of New Mexico, Albuquerque.

Koehler, A.V.A., E.P. Hoberg, F. Torres-Pérez and J.A. Cook. 2009. A molecular view of the superfamily Dioctophymatoidea (Nematoda). Comparative Parasitology 76:100-104.

Lucid, M. and J.A. Cook. 2004. Phylogeography of Keen’s mouse (Peromyscus keeni) in a naturally fragmented landscape. Journal of Mammalogy 85:1149-1159.

MacDonald, S.O. and J.A. Cook. 1996. The land mammal fauna of Southeast Alaska. Canadian Field-Naturalist 110:571-599.

MacDonald, S.O. and J.A. Cook. 2007. Mammals and amphibians of Southeast Alaska. The Museum of Southwestern Biology, Special Publication 8:1-191.

MacDonald, S.O., A.M. Runck, and J.A. Cook. 2004. The heather vole (genus Phenacomys) in Alaska. Canadian Field-Naturalist 118:438-440.

MacDonald, S.O., E. Waltari, R. Nofchissey, Y. Sawyer, G. Ebel, and J.A. Cook. 2009. First records of deermice (Peromyscus maniculatus) in the Copper River Basin, southcentral Alaska. Northwestern Naturalist 90:243-247.

O’Neill, M.B., D.W. Nagorsen, and R.J. Baker. 2005. Mitochondrial DNA variation in water shrews (Sorex palustris, Sorex bendirii) from western North America: implications for taxonomy and pylogeography. Canadian Journal of Zoology 83:1469-1475.

Osgood, W.H. 1905. A new flying squirrel from the coast of Alaska. Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington 18:133-134.

Parker, D. and J.A. Cook. 1996. Keen’s long-eared bat (Myotis keenii, Vespertilionidae) confirmed in Southeast Alaska. Canadian Field-Naturalist 110:611-614.

Parker, D., B. Lawhead, and J.A. Cook. 1997. Latitudinal limits of bats in Alaska. Arctic 50:256-265.

Peacock, E. 2004. Population, genetics, and behavioral studies of black bear Ursus americanus in southeast Alaska. Unpublished dissertation, University of Nevada, Reno.

Pengilly, D., G.H. Jarrell, and S.O. MacDonald. 1983. Banded karyotypes of Peromyscus sitkensis from Baranof Island, Alaska. Journal of Mammalogy 64:682-685.

Runck, A.M. and J.A. Cook. 2005. Postglacial expansion of the southern red-backed vole (Clethrionomys gapperi) in North America. Molecular Ecology 14:1445-1456.

Shaw, J.H. 1962. The bushy-tailed woodrat in Southeastern Alaska. Journal of Mammalogy 43:431-432.

Small, M.P., K.D. Stone, and J.A. Cook. 2003. American marten (Martes americana) population structure across a landscape fragmented in time and space. Molecular Ecology 12:89-103.

Smith, C.A. and L. Nichols. 1984. Mountain goat transplants in Alaska: restocking depleted herds and mitigating mining impacts. Proceedings of the Biennial Symposia Northern Wild Sheep and Goat Council 4:467-480.

Smith, W., and J. Nichols. 2003. Demography of the Prince of Wales flying squirrel, an endemic of southeastern Alaska temperate rain forest. J. Mammalogy 84(3):1044-1058.

Smith, W., and J. Nichols. 2004. Demography of two endemic forest-floor mammals of southeastern Alaskan temperate rain forest. J. Mammalogy 85(3):540-551.

Smith, W., S. Gende, and J. Nichols. 2005. Correlates of microhabitat use and density of Clethrionomys gapperi and Peromyscus keeni in temperate rain forests of Southeast Alaska. Acta Zoologica Sinica 51(6): 973-988.

Smith, W., S. Gende, and J. Nichols. 2005. Ecological correlates of flying squirrel microhabitat use and density of in temperate rain forests of southeastern Alaska. J. Mammalogy 85(4): 663-674.

Smith, W., S. Gende, and J. Nichols. 2005. The northern flying squirrel as an indicator species of temperate rain forest: test of an hypothesis. Ecological Applications 15(2): 689-700.

Stone, K.D. and J.A. Cook. 2000. Phylogeography of black bears (Ursus americanus) from the Pacific Northwest. Canadian Journal of Zoology 78:1-6.

Stone, K.D. and J.A. Cook. 2002. Molecular evolution of Holarctic martens (genus Martes, Mammalia: Carnivora: Mustelidae). Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 24:169-179.

Stone, K.D., R. Flynn, and J.A. Cook. 2002. Post-glacial colonization of northwestern North America by the forest associated American marten (Martes americana). Molecular Ecology 11:2049-2064.

Swarth, H.S. 1911. Birds and mammals of the 1909 Alexander Expedition. University of California, Publication in Zoology 7:9-172.

Swarth, H.S. 1921. The red squirrel of the Sitkan District, Alaska. Journal of Mammalogy 2:92-94.

Swarth, H.S. 1922. Birds and mammals of the Stikine River region of northern British Columbia and Southeast Alaska. University of California, Publication in Zoology 24:125-314.

Swarth, H.S. 1933. The long-tailed meadow-mouse of Southeastern Alaska. Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington 46:207-212.

Talbot, S. and G.F. Shields. 1996. Phylogeography of the brown bears (Ursus arctos) of Alaska and paraphyly within the Ursidae. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 5:477-494.

Tomasik, E. and J.A. Cook. 2005. Mitochondrial phylogeography and conservation genetics of wolverine (Gulo gulo) in Northwestern North America. Journal of Mammalogy 86:386-396.

Van Horne, B. 1981. Demography of Peromyscus maniculatus populations in seral stages of coastal coniferous forest in southeast Alaska. Canadian Journal of Zoology 58:1045-1061.

Van Horne, B. 1982. Demography of the long-tailed vole Microtus longicaudus in seral stages of coastal coniferous forest, southeast Alaska. Canadian Journal Zoology 60:1690-1709.

Weckworth B.V., S. Talbot, G.K. Sage, D.K. Person, and J. Cook. 2005. A signal for independent coastal and continental histories for North American wolves. Molecular Ecology 14:917-931.

Weckworth, B., S. Talbot, and J.A. Cook. 2010. Phylogeography of wolves (Canis lupus) in the Pacific Northwest. Journal of Mammalogy 91:363-375.

West, E.W. 1994. Second record of the long-legged bat (Myotis volans) in Alaska. Northwestern Naturalist 73:56-57.

Wike, M.J. 1998. Mitochondrial-DNA variation among populations of Peromyscus from Yukon, Canada and southeastern Alaska. Unpublished thesis, Texas A&M University, College Station. 57 p.

 

GLACIAL HISTORY & REFUGIA

Byun, S.A., B.F. Koop, and T.E. Reimchen. 1997. North American black bear mtDNA phylogeography: implications for morphology and the Haida Gwaii glacial refugium controversy. Evolution 51:1647-1653.

Carrara, P., T.A. Ager, J.F. Baichtal, and D.P. VanSistine. 2003. Map of glacial limits and possible refugia in the southern Alexander Archipelago, Alaska, during the Late Wisconsin Glaciation. U.S. Department of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey, Miscellaneous Field Studies Map MF-2424:1-13 (+ map).

Demboski, J.R., K.D. Stone, and J.A. Cook. 1999. Further perspectives on the Haida Gwaii glacial refugium controversy. Evolution 53:2008-2012.

Fedje, D.W. and R.W. Mathewes. 2005. Haida Gwaii: Human History and Environment from the Time of the Loon to the Time of the Iron People. UBC Press, Vancouver, Toronto.

Fedje, D.W., Q. Mackie, E.J. Dixon, and T.H. Heaton. 2004. Late Wisconsin environments and archaeological visibility on the northern Northwest Coast. Pages 97-138, In Entering America: Northeast Asia and Beringia before the last glacial maximum (D.B. Madsen, ed.). University of Utah Press.  486 p.

Foster, J.B. 1965. The evolution of the mammals of the Queen Charlotte Islands, British Columbia. British Columbia Provincial Museum Occasional Papers 14:1-130.

Heaton, T.H. and F. Grady. 2003. The Late Wisconsin vertebrate history of Prince of Wales Island, southeast Alaska, Chapter 2. Pp. 17-53, In Ice age cave faunas of North America (B.W. Schubert, J.I. Mead, and R.W. Graham, eds.). Indiana University Press.

Heaton, T.H., S.L. Talbot, and G.F. Shields. 1996. An ice age refugium for large mammals in the Alexander Archipelago, Southeastern Alaska. Quaternary Research 46:186-192.

Heusser, C.J. 1989. North Pacific coastal refugia-the Queen Charlotte Islands in perspective. Pp. 91-106, In The outer shores. (G.G.E. Scudder and N. Gessler, eds.). Queen Charlotte Islands Museum Press, Skidgate, British Columbia. 327 p.

Hoffmann, R. 1981. Different voles for different holes: environmental restrictions on refugial survival of mammals. Pp. 25-45, In Evolution today (G.G.E. Scudder and J.L. Reveal, eds.). Proceedings of the Second International Congress of Systematic and Evolutionary Biology.

Klein, D.R. 1965. Postglacial distribution patterns of mammals in the southern coastal regions of Alaska. Journal Arctic Institute of North America 18:7-20.

Swarth, H.S. 1936. Origins of the fauna of the Sitkan District, Alaska. Proceedings of the California Academy Science 223:59-78.

 

CONSERVATION & MANAGEMENT

Bailey, E.P.  1993. Introduction of foxes to Alaskan islands: history, effects on avifauna, and eradication. United States Fish and Wildlife Service, Technical Report Series 193:1-53.

Burris, O.E. and D.E. McKnight. 1973. Game transplants in Alaska. Alaska Department of Fish and Game, Wildlife Technical Bulletin 4:1-57.

Ciesla, W.M. 2002. Invasive insects, pathogens, and plants in western and Pacific island forests. USDA Forest Service, Forest Health Technology Enterprise Team. Fort Collins, CO 120 p.

Conroy, C.J. and J.A. Cook. 1998. Microtus longicaudus. Pp. 93-95, In North American rodents: status survey and conservation action plan (D.J. Hafner, E. Yensen, and G.L. Kirkland, Jr., eds.). IUCN/SSC Rodent Specialist Group. Gland, Switzerland and Cambridge, UK. 171 p.

Cook, J.A. 1998b. Marmota caligata. Pp. 39-40, In North American rodents: status survey and conservation action plan (D.J. Hafner, E. Yensen, and G.L. Kirkland, Jr., eds.). IUCN/SSC Rodent Specialist Group. Gland, Switzerland and Cambridge, UK. 171 p.

Cook, J.A. and G. Kirkland. 1998. Clethrionomys gapperi. Pp. 87, In North American rodents: status survey and conservation action plan (D.J. Hafner, E. Yensen, and G.L. Kirkland, Jr., eds.). IUCN/SSC Rodent Specialist Group. Gland, Switzerland and Cambridge, UK. 171 p.

Cook, J.A. and S.O. MacDonald. 2001. Should endemism be a focus of conservation efforts along the North Pacific Coast of North America? Biological Conservation 97:207-213.

Cook, J.A., A.L. Bidlack, C.J. Conroy, J.R. Demboski, M.A. Fleming, A.M. Runck, K.D. Stone, and S.O. MacDonald. 2001. A phylogeographic perspective on endemism in the Alexander Archipelago of southeast Alaska. Biological Conservation 97:215-227.

Cook, J.A., N. Dawson, and S.O. MacDonald. 2006. Management of highly fragmented systems: the north temperate Alexander Archipelago. Biological Conservation 133:1-15.

Dawson, N.G., S.O. MacDonald, and J.A. Cook. 2007.  Endemic mammals of the Alexander Archipelago. In The coastal forest and mountains ecoregion of southeastern Alaska and the Tongass National Forest: a conservation assessment and resource synthesis (J.W. Schoen and E. Dovichin, eds.). Audubon Alaska and The Nature Conservancy, Anchorage, Alaska.

Demboski, J., G. Kirkland, and J.A. Cook. 1998. Glaucomys sabrinus. Pp. 37-39, In North American rodents: status survey and conservation action plan (D.J. Hafner, E. Yensen, and G.L. Kirkland, Jr., eds.). IUCN/SSC Rodent Specialist Group. Gland, Switzerland and Cambridge, UK. 171 p.

Fay, F.H. and J.L. Sease. 1985. Preliminary status of selected small mammals. Unpublished Final Report, Endangered Species Office, US Fish and Wildlife Service. 53 p.

Fay, V. 2002. Alaska Aquatic Nuisance Species Management Plan. Juneau, Alaska.

Golumbia, T.E. 2000. Introduced species management in Haida Gwaii (Queen Charlotte Islands). Pages 327-331, in Proceedings of a Conference on the Biology and Management of Species and Habitats at Risk, Kamloops, British Columbia, 15–19 Feb.,1999. Volume One (L.M. Darling, ed.). British Columbia Ministry of Environment, Lands and Parks, Victoria, and University College of the Cariboo, Kamloops, British Columbia.

Hafner, D.J, E. Yensen, and G.L. Kirkland, Jr. (eds.). 1998. North American rodents: status survey and conservation action plan. IUCN/SSC Rodent Specialist Group. Gland, Switzerland and Cambridge, UK. 171 p.

Hanley, T.A., W.P. Smith, and S. Gende. 2005. Maintaining wildlife habitat in southeastern Alaska: implications of new knowledge for forest management and research. Landscapes and Urban Planning 72:113-133.

Harfenist, A., K.R. MacDowell, T. Golumbia, G. Schultze, and Laskeek Bay Conservation Society. 2000. Monitoring and control of raccoons on seabird colonies in Haida Gwaii (Queen Charlotte Islands). Pages 333-339, in Proceedings of a Conference on the Biology and Management of Species and Habitats at Risk, Kamloops, British Columbia, 15–19 Feb.,1999. Volume One (L.M. Darling, ed.). British Columbia Ministry of Environment, Lands and Parks, Victoria, and University College of the Cariboo, Kamloops, British Columbia.

Lamb, M. and M. Shephard. 2007. A Snapshot of Spread: Locations of Invasive Plants in Southeast Alaska. USDA Forest Service, Alaska Region R10-MB-597.

MacDonald, S.O. and J.A. Cook. 1998. Castor canadensis. Pp. 59-60, In North American rodents: status survey and conservation action plan (D.J. Hafner, E. Yensen, and G.L. Kirkland, Jr., eds.). IUCN/SSC Rodent Specialist Group. Gland, Switzerland and Cambridge, UK. 171 p.

MacDonald, S.O., J.A. Cook, G. Kirkland, Jr., and E. Yensen. 1998. Microtus pennsylvanicus. Pp. 99-101, In North American rodents: status survey and conservation action plan (D.J. Hafner, E. Yensen, and G.L. Kirkland, Jr., eds.). IUCN/SSC Rodent Specialist Group. Gland, Switzerland and Cambridge, UK. 171 p.

McClory, J. and T. Gotthardt. 2008. Non-native and Invasive Animals of Alaska: A Comprehensive List and Select Species Status Reports. Alaska Natural Heritage Program, Environment and Natural Resources Institute, University of Alaska, Anchorage.

Parker, D., J.A. Cook, and S. Lewis. 1996. Effects of timber harvest on bat activity in southeastern Alaska’s temperate rainforest. Pp. 277-292, In Bats and Forests Symposium (R. Barclay and M. Brigham, eds.). Research Branch, Ministry of Forests, Victoria, 23:1-292.

Person, D.K., M. Kirchhoff, V. Van Ballenberghe, G.C. Iverson, and E. Grossman. 1996. The Alexander Archipelago wolf: a conservation assessment. Gen. Tech. Rep. PNW-GTR-384, Portland, OR: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station. 42 p.

Reid, D.G. 2000. Inventory of the Queen Charlotte Islands ermine. Pages 393-406, in Proceedings of a Conference on the Biology and Management of Species and Habitats at Risk, Kamloops, British Columbia, 15–19 Feb.,1999. Volume One (L.M. Darling, ed.). British Columbia Ministry of Environment, Lands and Parks, Victoria, and University College of the Cariboo, Kamloops, British Columbia.

Schoen, J.W. and E. Dovichin (eds.). 2007. The coastal forest and mountains ecoregion of southeastern Alaska and the Tongass National Forest: a conservation assessment and resource synthesis. Audubon Alaska and The Nature Conservancy, Anchorage, Alaska.

Schrader, B. and P. Hennon (compilers). 2005. Assessment of invasive species in Alaska and its national forests.

Smith, W. 2005. Evolutionary diversity and ecology of endemic small mammals of southeastern Alaska with implications for land management planning. Landscape and Urban Planning 72: 135-155.

Suring, L.H., D.C. Crocker-Bedford, R.W. Flynn, C.L. Hale, G.C. Iverson, M.D. Kirchhoff, T.E. Schenck II, L.C. Shea, and K. Titus. 1992. A strategy for maintaining well-distributed, viable populations of wildlife associated with old growth forests in Southeast Alaska. Report of an Interagency Committee, Juneau.

 

ISLAND BIOGEOGRAPHY

Adler, G.H. and R. Levins. 1994. The island syndrome in rodent populations. The Quarterly Review of Biology 69:473-490.

Carlquist, S.J. 1974. Island Biology. Columbia University Press, New York, NY.

Grant, P.R. 1998. Evolution on islands. Discussion Meeting. Oxford University Press, Inc., New York.

Harris, L.D. 1984. The Fragmented Forest: Island Biogeography Theory and the Preservation of Biotic Diversity. University of Chicago Press, Chicago, IL.

Lomolino, M.V. 2005. Body size evolution in insular vertebrates: generality of the island rule. Journal of Biogeography 32:1683-1699.

MacArthur, R.H. and E.O. Wilson. 1967. The Theory of Island Biogeography. Princeton University Press, Princeton, NJ.

Quammen, D. 1997. The Song of the Dodo: Island Biogeography in an Age of Extinctions. Scribner.

Pielou, E.C. 1979. Biogeography. New York, NY: Wiley, 1979.

Shafer, C.L. 1990. Nature Reserves: Island Theory and Conservation Practice. Washington, D.C.: Smithsonian Institution Press.

Wallace, A.R. 1998. Island Life. Prometheus Books, NY. 522 p.

Whittaker, R.J. 1998. Island biogeography: ecology, evolution, and conservation. Oxford University Press, Inc., New York. 285 p.

Whittaker, R.J. and Fernáncez-Palacios, J.M. 2007. Island biogeography: ecology, evolution, and conservation. Second edition. Oxford University Press, USA.

 

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