A Career in Wolf Research
Friday, February 8, 2008
Caspary Auditorium 3:45 p.m. – 5:00 p.m. Tea at 3:15 p.m. in the Abby Lounge
Artic Wolf Howling ©L. David Mech
Paquet, P. C., Zimen, E., and Boitani, L. (2007). Wolves. In: Macdonald, D. W., ed. The Encyclopedia of Mammals. [Oxford Reference Online; 7 February 2008]. New York: Oxford University Press.
Mech, L. D. and Boitani, L., eds. (2003). Wolves: Ecology, Behavior, and Conservation. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.
Harper, E. K., Paul, W. J. and Mech, L. D. (2005). Causes of wolf depredation increase in Minnesota from 1979-1998. Wildlife Society Bulletin 33:888-896.
Mech, L. D. Arctic wolves and their prey. [Internet]. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA). Artic Theme Page: Essays on the Artic.
Mech, L. D. (1992). Daytime activity of wolves during winter in northeastern Minnesota. Journal of Mammology 73:570-571.
Mech, L. D., Smith, D. W., Murphy, K. M. and MacNulty, D. R. (2001). Winter severity and wolf predation on a formerly wolf-free elk herd. The Journal of Wildlife Management 65:998-1003.
Merrill, S. B. and Mech, D. L. (2003). The usefulness of GPS telemetry to study wolf circadian and social activity. Wildlife Society Bulletin 31:947-960.
Schmidt, P. A. and Mech, D. L. (1997). Wolf pack size and food acquisition. The American Naturalist 150:513-517.
Smith, D. W., Mech, L. D., Meagher, M., Clark, W. E., Jaffe, R., Phillips, M. K. and Mack, J. A. (2000). Wolf-bison interactions in Yellowstone National Park. Journal of Mammalogy 81:1128-1135.