Research Publications & Presentations
Pika Ecology and Distribution
Hall 2009. Climate variability in the Upper Snake River Watershed: The pika’s perspective. Oral presentation. The Wildlife Society 16th Annual Conference.
Hall 2008. Historic precipitation patterns in the Upper Snake River watershed: Climate science meets education. Poster presentation The ‘88 Fires: Yellowstone and Beyond Conference.
Hall 2008. Understanding historic precipitation patterns in the Upper Snake River Watershed. Invited oral presentation. Focus the Nation.
Avian Ecology and Demography
McCabe and Hall 2009. The effects of human development on songbird populations along a riparian corridor in Jackson Hole, Wyoming. The Wyoming Chapter of the Wildlife Society.
Hall 2009. Songbirds of the Tetons second-year field report. Progress report.
McCabe and Hall 2008. Effects of human development on songbird populations along a riparian corridor in Jackson Hole, Wyoming. Oral Presentation, Western Bird Banders Conference.
Smith, M. 2007. Effects of residential development on avian communities and individual species in Quaking Aspen (Populus tremuloides): The importance of habitat conservation on private and public lands. M.S. Thesis, Antioch University New England. Keene.
Smith, Hall and Gentry 2007. Problems with noisy neighbors: Spatial interactions between black-billed magpie breeding sites and songbird nest survival. Poster Presentation, The Wildlife Society 14th Annual Conference.
Smith, C. & Wachob 2006. Trends associated with residential development in riparian breeding bird habitat along the Snake River in Jackson Hole, WY, USA: Implications for conservation planning. Biological Conservation. 128:431-446.
Smith, C. 2002. The effects of human residential development on avian communities along the Snake River riparian corridor in Jackson Hole, WY, USA. M.S. Thesis, Prescott College. Prescott.
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Ungulate Habitat Use
Wachob & C, Smith 2003. Elk migration through a human dominated landscape in Jackson Hole, Wyoming. Final report.
McClennen et al. 2001. The effect of suburban and agricultural development on the activity patterns of coyotes (Canis latrans). American Midland Naturalist. 146:27-36.
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Wigglesworth, R.R., N McClennen, S.H. Anderson, D.G. Wachob. 2001. Comparison of coyote diets between two areas of Jackson Hole, Wyoming. Intermountain Journal of Sciences, Vol. 6, No. 4, p. 355-367.
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