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Publications List -- Bruce G. Marcot

Current as of:  10 January 2018
   

Amstrup, S. C., H. Caswell, E. DeWeaver, I. Stirling, D. C. Douglas, B. G. Marcot, and C. M. Hunter. 2009. Rebuttal of "polar bear population forecasts: a public-policy forecasting audit". Interfaces 39(4):353-369.

Amstrup, S. C., E. T. DeWeaver, D. C. Douglas, B. G. Marcot, G. M. Dumer, C. M. Bitz, and D. A. Bailey. 2010. Greenhouse gas mitigation can reduce sea-ice loss and increase polar bear persistence. Nature 468(7326):955-958.

Amstrup, S. C., E. T. DeWeaver, D. C. Douglas, B. G. Marcot, G. M. Dumer, C. M. Bitz, and D. A. Bailey. 2010. Supporting online material for: Greenhouse gas mitigation can reduce sea-ice loss and increase polar bear persistence. Nature 468(7326):online: doi:10.1038/nature09653.

Amstrup, S. C., B. G. Marcot, and D. C. Douglas. 2007. Forecasting the range-wide status of polar bears at selected times in the 21st century. Administrative Report. US Geological Survey, Anchorage, Alaska. 126 pp.

Amstrup, S. C., B. G. Marcot, and D. C. Douglas. 2008. A Bayesian network modeling approach to forecasting the 21st century worldwide status of polar bears. Pp. 213-268 in: E. T. DeWeaver, C. M. Bitz, and L.-B. Tremblay, eds. Arctic sea ice decline: observations, projections, mechanisms, and implications. Geophysical Monograph 180. American Geophysical Union, Washington, D.C.

Amstrup, S. C., B. G. Marcot, and D. C. Douglas. 2008. Forecasting the range-wide status of polar bears at selected times in the 21st century: addition of model outcomes for the decade 2020-2029. Administrative Report. US Geological Survey, Anchorage, Alaska. 6 pp.

Atwood, T. C., B. G. Marcot, D. C. Douglas, S. C. Amstrup, K. D. Rode, G. M. Durner, and J. F. Bromaghin. 2015. Evaluating and ranking threats to the long-term persistence of polar bears. U.S. Geological Survey, Open-File Report 2014-1254. http://dx.doi.org/10.3133/ofr20141254. Anchorage, Alaska. 114 pp.

Atwood, T. C., B. G. Marcot, D. C. Douglas, S. C. Amstrup, K. D. Rode, G. M. Durner, and J. F. Bromaghin. 2016. Forecasting the relative influence of anthropogenic stressors on polar bears. Ecosphere 7(6):DOI: 10.1002/ecs2.1370.

Aubry, K. B., J. P. Hayes, B. L. Biswell, and B. G. Marcot. 2003. The ecological role of tree-dwelling mammals in western coniferous forests. Pp. 405-443 in: C. J. Zabel and R. G. Anthony, eds. Mammal community dynamics: management and conservation in the coniferous forests of western North America. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge UK. 709 pp.

Berwick, S., B. G. Marcot, P. Paquet, and P. Whitney. 2001. Ecosystem-selection of wildlife species for comparing future landscape alternatives in the Columbia River Basin. Pp. 61-63 in: R. Field, R. J. Warren, H. Okarma, and P. R. Sievert, eds. Wildlife, land, and people: priorities for the 21st century. The Wildlife Society, Bethesda, Maryland.

Bodin, P., W. Brock, P. Buttolph, H. Kelsey, T. Lisle, B. Marcot, N. Reichard, and R. Wunner. 1982. Are California's North Coast rivers really "wasting away to sea?" Northcoast Environmental Center, Arcata, California. 20 pp pp.

Carey, A. B., V. E. Castellano, C. Chappell, R. Kuntz, R. W. Lundquist, B. G. Marcot, S. K. Nelson, and P. Sullivan. 1990. Training guide for bird identification in Pacific Northwest Douglas-fir forests. USDA Forest Service Gen. Tech. Rpt. PNW-GTR-260. Portland OR. 28 pp.

Cederholm, C. J., D. H. Johnson, R. E. Bilby, L. G. Dominguez, A. M. Garrett, W. H. Graeber, E. L. Greda, M. D. Kunze, B. G. Marcot, J. F. Palmisano, R. W. Plotnikoff, W. G. Pearcy, C. A. Simenstad, and P. C. Trotter. 2000. Pacific salmon and wildlife - ecological contexts, relationships, and implications for management. Special Edition Technical Report, prepared for D.H. Johnson and T.A. O'Neill (Manag. Dirs.), Wildlife-Habitat Relationships in Oregon and Washington. Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife, Olympia, Washington. 141 pp.

Cederholm, C. J., D. H. Johnson, R. E. Bilby, L. G. Dominguez, A. M. Garrett, W. H. Graeber, E. L. Greda, M. D. Kunze, B. G. Marcot, J. F. Palmisano, R. W. Plotnikoff, W. G. Pearcy, C. A. Simenstad, and P. C. Trotter. 2001. Pacific salmon and wildlife: ecological contexts, relationships, and implications for management. Pp. 628-685 in: D. H. Johnson and T. A. O'Neill, eds. Wildlife-habitat relationships in Oregon and Washington. Oregon State University Press, Corvallis OR.

Cooperrider, A., R. F. Noss, H. H. Welsh, Jr, C. Carroll, W. Zielinski, D. Olson, S. K. Nelson, and B. G. Marcot. 2000. Terrestrial fauna of redwood forests. Pp. 119-163 in: R. F. Noss, ed. The redwood forest. Island Press, Washington, D.C. 339 pp.

DeGange, A. R., B. G. Marcot, J. Lawler, T. Jorgenson, and R. Winfree. 2014. Predicting the effects of climate change on ecosystems and wildlife habitat in northwest Alaska: results of the WildCast project. Alaska Park Science 12(2):66-73.

D'Elia, J., S. M. Haig, M. Johnson, B. G. Marcot, and R. Young. 2015. Activity-specific ecological niche models for planning reintroductions of California condors (Gymnogyps californianus). Biological Conservation 184:90-99.

Dunham, J. B., R. White, C. S. Allen, B. G. Marcot, and D. Shively. 2016. The reintroduction landscape: finding success at the intersection of ecological, social, and institutional dimensions. in: D. S. Jachowski, J. J. Millspaugh, P. L. Angermeier, and R. Slotow, eds. Reintroduction of fish and wildlife populations. University of California Press, Berkeley, California. 79-103 pp.

Dunk, J. R., B. Woodbridge, E. M. Glenn, R. J. Davis, K. Fitzgerald, P. Henson, D. W. LaPlante, B. G. Marcot, B. R. Noon, M. G. Raphael, N. Schumaker, and B. White. 2015. The scientific basis for modeling Northern Spotted Owl habitat: a response to Loehle, Irwin, Manly, and Merrill. Forest Ecology and Management 358:355-360.

Fortin, J. K., K. D. Rode, G. V. Hilderbrand, J. Wilder, S. Farley, C. Jorgensen, and B. G. Marcot. 2016. The impacts of human recreation on brown bears (Ursus arctos): a review and new management tool. PLoS ONE 11(1):e0141983. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0141983.

Havron, A., C. Goldfinger, S. Henkel, B. G. Marcot, C. Romsos, and L. Gilbane. 2017. Mapping marine habitat suitability and uncertainty using Bayesian networks: a case study of northeastern Pacific benthic macrofauna. Ecosphere 8(7)::e01859. doi: 10.1002/ecs2.1859.

Holthausen, R. S., and B. G. Marcot. 1991. Applying results of old-growth research to management: information needs, development of technical tools, and future research. Pp. 463-470 in: L. F. Ruggiero, K. B. Aubry, A. B. Carey, and M. H. Huff, eds. Wildlife and vegetation of unmanaged Douglas-fir forests. Gen. Tech. Rpt. PNW-GTR-285. 533 pp. USDA Forest Service, Portland OR. 533 pp.

Huntington, H., G. Noongwook, C. Jay, B. Marcot, and C. Pungowiyi. 2009. Bering Sea Project, local and traditional knowledge component, Savoonga LTK notes. Report to the Bering Sea Project, 18 September 2009. . 18 pp.

Jay, C. V., B. G. Marcot, and D. C. Douglas. 2010. Projected status of the Pacific walrus (Odobenus rosmarus divergens) in the 21st century Administrative Report Submitted to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. US Geological Survey, Anchorage, Alaska. 90 pp.

Jay, C. V., B. G. Marcot, and D. C. Douglas. 2011. Projected status of the Pacific walrus (Odobenus rosmarus divergens) in the 21st century. Polar Biology 34(7):1065-1084.

Jay, C. V., B. G. Marcot, and D. C. Douglas. 2011. Projected status of the Pacific walrus (Odobenus rosmarus divergens) in the 21st century: Online resource (supplementary material). Polar Biology 34(7):(on line).

Johnson, D. H., and B. G. Marcot. 2000. Survey techniques for the world's owls - fundamentals to conservation. Unpublished report.

Jorgenson, M. T., B. G. Marcot, D. K. Swanson, J. C. Jorgenson, and A. R. DeGange. 2015. Projected changes in diverse ecosystems from climate warming and biophysical drivers in northwest Alaska. Climatic Change 130(2):131-144.

Kim, J. B., B. G. Marcot, D. H. Olson, B. Van Horne, J. A. Vano, M. S. Hand, L. A. Salas, M. J. Case, P. E. Hennon, and D. V. D'Amore. 2017. Climate-smart approaches to managing forests. in: B. Van Horne and D. H. Olson, eds. People, forests, and change: lessons from the Pacific Northwest. Island Press, Washington, D.C. 225-242 pp.

Kowalewski, M., E. Dyreson, J. D. Marcot, J. A. Vargas, K. W. Flessa, and D. P. Hallman. 1997. Phenetic discrimination of biometric simpletons: paleobiological implications of morphospecies in the lingulide brachiopod Glottidia. Paleobiology 23(4):444-469.

Kumar, A., A. K. Gupta, B. G. Marcot, A. Saxena, S. P. Singh, and T. T. C. Marak. 2002. Management of forests in India for biological diversity and forest productivity, a new perspective. Volume IV: Garo Hills Conservation Area (GCA). Wildlife Institute of India-USDA Forest Service collaborative project report. Wildlife Institute of India, Dehra Dun. 206 pp.

Kumar, A., and B. G. Marcot. 2010. Key tiger habitats in the Garo Hills of Meghalaya. Journal of Chemo and Biosphere 1(1):90-98.

Kumar, A., B. G. Marcot, and R. Patel. 2017. Tropical forests and fragmentation. A case of South Garo Hills, Meghalaya, North East India. Lambert Academic Publishing, Saarbrücken, Germany. 166 pp.

Kumar, A., B. G. Marcot, and R. Patel. 2017. Wildlife conservation in fragmented tropical forests. A case of South Garo Hills, Meghalaya, North East India. Lambert Academic Publishing, Saarbrücken, Germany. 154 pp.

Kumar, A., B. G. Marcot, and P. S. Roy. 2006. Spatial patterns and processes for shifting cultivation landscape in Garo Hills, India. Pp. 63-70 in: R. Lafortezza and G. Sanesi, eds. Patterns and processes in forest landscapes. Consequences of human management. Proceedings of the 4th Meeting of IUFRO Working Party 8.01.03, Sept. 26-29, Locorotondo, Bari, Italy. Accademia Italiana di Scienze Forestali [Italian Academy of Forestry Science], The Netherlands. 551 pp.

Kumar, A., B. G. Marcot, and P. S. Roy. 2008. Spatial patterns and ecology of shifting forest landscapes in Garo Hills, India. Pp. 125-139 in: R. Lafortezza, J. Chen, G. Sanesi, and T. R. Crow, eds. Patterns and processes in forest landscapes: Multiple use and sustainable management. Springer, Heidelberg, Germany. 426 pp.

Kumar, A., B. G. Marcot, and A. Saxena. 2006. Tree species diversity and distribution patterns in tropical forests of Garo Hills. Current Science 91(10):1370-1381.

Kumar, A., B. G. Marcot, and G. Talukdar. 2010. Designing a protected area network for conservation planning in jhum landscapes of Garo Hills, Meghalaya. Journal of the Indian Society of Remote Sensing 38(3):501-512.

Kumar, A., B. G. Marcot, G. Talukdar, and P. S. Roy. 2012. Application of geoinformatics for landscape assessment and conserving forest biodiversity in northeast India. Asian Journal of Geoinformatics 12(1):http://www.geoinfo.ait.ac.th/ajg/index.php/journal/article/view/34.

Kumar, A., A. Saxena, B. G. Marcot, V. B. Sawarkar, P. S. Roy, P. K. Mathur, and S. P. Singh. 2000. Forest fragmentation in the tropical forest ecosystem of Garo Hills, Meghalaya, northeast India. in: P. S. Roy, S. Singh, and A. G. Toxopeus, eds. Proceedings of a workshop on Biodiversity and Environment: Remote Sensing and Geographic Information System Perspective. Indian Institute of Remote Sensing, National Remote Sensing Agency, Dehra Dun, India. 220 + xii pp.

Lehmkuhl, J. F., B. G. Marcot, and T. Quinn. 2001. Characterizing species at risk. Pp. 474-500 in: D. H. Johnson and T. A. O'Neill, eds. Wildlife-habitat relationships in Oregon and Washington. Oregon State University Press, Corvallis OR.

Lehmkuhl, J. F., P. K. Mathur, V. B. Sawarkar, R. S. Holthausen, B. G. Marcot, and M. G. Raphael. 2006. Managing Indian forests for biological diversity and productivity. Pp. 92-114 in: J. A. McNeely, T. M. McCarthy, A. Smith, L. Olsvig-Whittaker, and E. D. Wikramnayake, eds. Conservation biology in Asia. Society for Conservation Biology Asia Section and Resources Himalaya Foundation, Kathmandu, Nepal. 461 pp.

Lehmkuhl, J. F., S. K. Srivastava, B. G. Marcot, and V. B. Sawarkar. 2002. Chapter 5: Next steps. Pp. 57-70 in: P. K. Mathur, J. F. Lehmkuhl, and V. B. Sawarkar, eds. Management of forests in India for biological diversity and forest productivity, a new perspective - Volume I: Concepts, approaches, and project overview, Wildlife Institute of India-USDA Forest Service Collaborative Project Report. Wildlife Institute of India, Dehra Dun, India. 70 pp.

Lewis, D. P., and B. G. Marcot. 2006. Myth of the tawny frogmouth "owl". The Owl Pages [online] http://www.owlpages.com/articles.php?section=Other+Owl+Stuff&title=Tawny+Frogmouth

Mannan, R. W., R. N. Conner, B. G. Marcot, and J. M. Peek. 1994. Managing forestlands for wildlife. Pp. 689-721 in: T. A. Bookhout, ed. Research and management techniques for wildlife and habitats. The Wildlife Society, Washington, D.C. 740 pp.

Marcot, B. 2001. Appendix 3: Terrestrial wildlife plan assumptions and directions. Pp. 118-121 in: R. W. Haynes and G. E. Perez, eds. Northwest Forest Plan research synthesis. General Technical Report PNW-GTR-498. USDA Forest Service, Portland OR.

Marcot, B. 2001. Chapter 4: Research results to date. Wildlife conservation and population viability issues. Pp. 24-29 in: R. W. Haynes and G. E. Perez, eds. Northwest Forest Plan research synthesis. General Technical Report PNW-GTR-498. USDA Forest Service, Portland OR.

Marcot, B., T. O'Neil, D. Parkin, and C. Barrett. 2003. Using the Interactive Biodiversity Information System (IBIS): a tutorial for subbasin planners. http://www.nwhi.org/ibis/subbasin/IBISSubbasinPlanningTutorial08-20-03.htm. Northwest Power and Conservation Council, Portland, OR. 21 pp.

Marcot, B., T. O'Neill, P. Paquet, D. Parkin, C. Scheeler, and D. H. Johnson. 2004. Interpreting results of wildlife and integrated fish-wildlife subbasin assessments for subbasin planning. Internal report. Northwest Power and Conservation Council, Portland, OR.

Marcot, B. G. 1976. Limnological and wildlife surveys of five slump ponds in Six Rivers National Forest. USDA Forest Service, Six Rivers National Forest, Eureka, California. 68 pp.

Marcot, B. G. 1978. Flora and fauna of existing and potential slump pond sites in Six Rivers National Forest with recommendations for management. M.S. Thesis, Humboldt State University, Arcata CA.

Marcot, B. G. 1978. The Wildlife/Habitat Inventory Matrix Program. Six Rivers National Forest. Unpub. rept. USDA Forest Service, Eureka, CA.

Marcot, B. G. 1979. Axiomatization of a life history approach to the WHR. Unpublished report. USDA Forest Service, Six Rivers National Forest, Eureka CA. 13 pp.

Marcot, B. G. 1979. California Wildlife/Habitat Relationships Program, North Coast/Cascades Zone. 5 vols. Pacific Southwest Region. USDA Forest Service, Eureka, CA.

Marcot, B. G. 1979. A simple model for predicting no. of spotted owl territories. U.S. Forest Service, Six Rivers National Forest, Fisheries and Wildlife, Eureka, California. 8 pp.

Marcot, B. G. 1980. Use of a habitat/niche model for old growth management: a preliminary discussion. Pp. 390-402 in: R. M. DeGraff, ed. Management of western forests and grasslands for nongame birds. USDA Forest Service Gen. Tech. Rept. INT-86. 535 pp.

Marcot, B. G. 1983. Snag use by birds in Douglas-fir clearcuts. Pp. 134-139 in: J. W. Davis, G. A. Goodwin, and R. A. Ockenfels, eds. Snag habitat management: proceedings of the symposium. USDA Forest Service Gen. Tech. Rept. RM-99. 226 pp.

Marcot, B. G. 1984. Winter use of some northwestern California caves by western big-eared bats and long-eared myotis. The Murrelet 65:46.

Marcot, B. G. 1985. Habitat relationships of birds and young-growth Douglas-fir in northwestern California. Ph.D. Dissertation. Oregon State University, Corvallis OR. 282 pp.

Marcot, B. G. 1986. Concepts of risk analysis as applied to viable population assessment and planning. in: B. A. Wilcox, P. F. Brussard, and B. G. Marcot, eds. The management of viable populations: theory, applications, and case studies. Center for Conservation Biology, Stanford, CA.

Marcot, B. G. 1986. Summary: biometric approaches to modeling -- the manager's viewpoint. Pp. 203-204 in: J. Verner, M. L. Morrison, and C. J. Ralph, eds. Wildlife 2000: modeling habitat relationships of terrestrial vertebrates. Univ. of Wisconsin Press, Madison, WI. 470 pp.

Marcot, B. G. 1986. Use of expert systems in wildlife-habitat modeling. Pp. 145-150 in: J. Verner, M. L. Morrison, and C. J. Ralph, eds. Wildlife 2000: modeling habitat relationships of terrestrial vertebrates. Univ. of Wisconsin Press, Madison, WI. 470 pp.

Marcot, B. G. 1987. Journal of attempts to induce and work with lucid dreams: can you kill yourself while lucid? Lucidity Letter 6:64-72.

Marcot, B. G. 1987. Testing your knowledge base. AI Expert 2:42-47.

Marcot, B. G. 1987. Use of decision tree analysis for assessing wildlife-silviculture relationships. Unpublished report. USDA Forest Service Pacific Northwest Regional Office, Portland, Oregon

Marcot, B. G. 1988. 1st-Class Expert Systems: 1st-Class. AI Expert 3:77-80.

Marcot, B. G. 1988. Expert systems for deer habitat planning. Natural Resources Computer Newsletter 3(4):7-8.

Marcot, B. G. 1988. Expert systems in wildlife management -- USDA Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Region. Natural Resources Computer Newsletter 3(5):4-5.

Marcot, B. G. 1988. With cultivation, knowledge trees can bear fruit. Government Computer News 7(10):74,77.

Marcot, B. G. 1989. Management of plantation structure and composition. Abstract in: Wildlife diversity and landscape patterns in northwest coastal forests, a workshop Sept. 14-15, 1989, Newport, Oregon. in: Coastal Oregon Productivity Enhancement Project. Oregon State University, Corvallis OR.

Marcot, B. G. 1989. Silviculture expert system prototypes. Natural Resources Computer Newsletter 4(3):3.

Marcot, B. G. 1989. The TEAMS approach to resource scheduling. Natural Resources Computer Newsletter 4(4):1-2.

Marcot, B. G. 1990. Combining expert systems with geobased information systems. Natural Resources Computer Newsletter 5(2):4-5.

Marcot, B. G. 1990. ENDOW: A stream modification advisor. Natural Resources Computer Newsletter 5(5):1.

Marcot, B. G. 1990. Expert systems and GIS meet in USGS model. Natural Resources Computer Newsletter 5(1):7.

Marcot, B. G. 1990. Limnology, vegetation, and classification of Coast Range slump-formed ponds. Northwest Science 64(1):55-63.

Marcot, B. G. 1990. Management of plantation structure and composition for timber and wildlife. COPE Report 3(2):9-10.

Marcot, B. G. 1990. Representing uncertainty in expert systems: I. Use of likelihood estimates in knowledge base rules. Natural Resources Computer Newsletter 5(9):10-14.

Marcot, B. G. 1990. Taking WHR to new heights. Newsletter California WHR Task Group. Unpublished report.

Marcot, B. G. 1990. Testing your knowledge base. (Reprinted from: AI Expert August 1987, pp. 42- 47). Pp. 438-443 in: P. G. Raeth, ed. Expert systems a software methodology for modern applications. IEEE Computer Society Press, Los Alamitos, CA. 460 pp.

Marcot, B. G. 1990. Visualizing planning objectives on national forests. Natural Resources Computer Newsletter 5(7):3-4.

Marcot, B. G. 1991. Diagnosing stand treatment needs by expert system in the USDA Forest Service. Natural Resources Computer Newsletter 6(3):4-5.

Marcot, B. G. 1991. Representing uncertainty in expert systems: II. Assumptions and limitations of the likelihood approach. Natural Resources Computer Newsletter 6(1):8-10.

Marcot, B. G. 1991. SNAP II: A network planning model for the PC. Natural Resources Computer Newsletter 6(4):6.

Marcot, B. G. 1991. Software showcase '92. Natural Resources Computer Newsletter 6(6):4-7.

Marcot, B. G. 1991. Use of models of spotted owl populations for building a conservation strategy. Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America 72(2(Supplement)):181-182.

Marcot, B. G. 1992. Conservation of Indian forests. Cons. Biol. 6(1):12-16.

Marcot, B. G. 1992. Programs for risk analysis. Natural Resources Computer Newsletter 6(7):6-7.

Marcot, B. G. 1992. Putting data, experience, and professional judgment to work in making land management decisions. Pp. 139-161 in: J. Nyberg and W. Kessler, eds. Integrating timber and wildlife in forest landscapes: a matter of scale. Proceedings of the Habitat Futures workshop at Pack Experimental Forest, Eatonville, Washington, October 16-20, 1989. BC Ministry of Forests, Victoria, British Columbia, Canada. 161 pp.

Marcot, B. G. 1992. Snag Recruitment Simulator, Rel. 3.1 [computer program], USDA Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Region, Portland OR.

Marcot, B. G. 1993. Conservation of forests of India: an ecologist's tour. Station Miscellaneous Publication, January 1993. Portland, Oregon. 127 pp.

Marcot, B. G. 1994. Analyzing and monitoring population viability. Pp. 401-413 in: R. J. Kendall and T. E. Lacher, Jr, eds. Wildlife toxicology and population modeling: integrated studies of agroecosystems. Lewis Publ., Boca Raton FL. 576 pp.

Marcot, B. G. 1994. Integrating environmental management through conservation strategies for threatened and endangered wildlife species. Pp. 79-91 in: J. Cairns, Jr, T. V. Crawford, and H. Salwasser, eds. Implementing integrated environmental management. Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Blacksburg VA. 137 pp.

Marcot, B. G. 1994. A review of progress in wildlife habitat modeling and assessment. in: The Wildlife Society First Annual Conference, 20-25 Sept 1994. The Wildlife Society, Albequerque NM. 117 pp.

Marcot, B. G. 1995. Owls of old forests of the world. USDA Forest Service Gen. Tech. Rpt. PNW-GTR-343. Portland OR. 64 pp.

Marcot, B. G. 1996. An ecosystem context for bat management: a case study of the interior Columbia River Basin, U.S.A. Pp. 19-36 in: R. M. R. Barclay and R. M. Brigham, eds. Bats and forests symposium: October 19-21, 1995, Victoria, British Columbia, Canada. B.C. Ministry of Forests, Victoria, B.C., Canada.

Marcot, B. G. 1996. Interior Columbia Basin wildlife watch list: locally extirpated or declining wildlife taxa of the interior Columbia River Basin and northern portions of the Klamath and Great Basins. USDA Forest Service, Interior Columbia Basin Ecosystem Management Project, internal report, Portland, OR. 4 pp.

Marcot, B. G. 1996. Monitoring wildlife: reaching for the ideal in a real world. Natural Resources News (Blue Mountains Natural Resources Institute, Oregon) Fall:7-8,11.

Marcot, B. G. 1996. Report on tigers and leopards of the Russian Far East and northeast China. Report dated 21 July 1994. International Tiger Information Center Internet World Wide Web site www.5tigers.org/marcot1.htm

Marcot, B. G. 1996. Tiger habitat corridors in Far East Russia, northeast China, and northern North Korea: need for a conservation strategy. Report dated 2 September 1995. International Tiger Information Center Internet World Wide Web site www.5tigers.org/marcot2.htm

Marcot, B. G. 1997. Biodiversity of old forests of the west: a lesson from our elders. Pp. 88-105 in: K. A. Kohm and J. F. Franklin, eds. Creating a forestry for the 21st century: the science of ecosystem management. Island Press, Washington, D.C. 475 pp.

Marcot, B. G. 1997. Of models and management: an anagramic commentary. Analysis Notes (USDA Forest Service, Washington Office/Ecosystem Management Analysis Center, Fort Collins, CO) 7(2):22-23.

Marcot, B. G. 1997. Research information needs on terrestrial vertebrate species of the interior Columbia River Basin and northern portions of the Klamath and Great Basins. Research Note PNW-RN-522. Abstract and database available on-line at URL: http://www.fs.fed.us/pnw/marcot.html. USDA Forest Service, Portland OR. 29 pp.

Marcot, B. G. 1997. Species-environment relations (SER) database. Interior Columbia Basin Ecosystem Management Project, USDA Forest Service and USDI Bureau of Land Management. Database available on-line at URL: http://www.icbemp.gov/spatial/metadata/databases/dbase.html

Marcot, B. G. 1997. The species-environment relations (SER) database: an overview and some cautions in its use. Interior Columbia Basin Ecosystem Management Project, USDA Forest Service and USDI Bureau of Land Management. Database documentation available on-line at URL: http://www.icbemp.gov/spatial/metadata/databases/792aux2.html

Marcot, B. G. 1997. The species-environment relations (SER) modeling approach of the Interior Columbia Basin Ecosystem Management Project. Analysis Notes (USDA Forest Service, Washington Office/Ecosystem Management Analysis Center, Fort Collins, CO) 7(2):11-15.

Marcot, B. G. 1998. Assessing the connectivity of habitat patches by matrix analysis and graph theory. Analysis Notes 8(1):12-16.

Marcot, B. G. 1998. Selecting appropriate statistical procedures and asking the right questions: a synthesis. Pp. 129-142 in: V. Sit and B. Taylor, eds. Statistical methods for adaptive management studies. B.C. Ministry of Forests Research Branch. http://www.for.gov.bc.ca/hfd/pubs/docs/lmh/lmh42.htm, Victoria, B.C. 146 pp.

Marcot, B. G. 2001. Visiting scientist report - WII-USFS collaborative project. Wildlife Institute of India Newsletter 8(3):6.

Marcot, B. G. 2002. An ecological functional basis for managing decaying wood for wildlife. in: W. F. Laudenslayer, Jr, P. J. Shea, B. E. Valentine, C. P. Weatherspoon, and T. E. Lisle, eds. Proceedings of the Symposium on The Ecology and Management of Dead Wood in Western Forests, 2-4 November 1999, Reno, Nevada. USDA Forest Service, Pacific Southwest Research Station General Technical Report PSW-GTR-181. 949 pp.

Marcot, B. G. 2002. Ecosystem processes related to wood decay. in: B. G. Marcot, K. Mellen, J. L. Ohmann, K. L. Waddell, E. A. Willhite, B. B. Hostetler, S. A. Livingson, C. Ogden, and T. Dreisbach, eds. The DecAID repository: background information for DecAID, the decayed wood advisor for managing snags, partially dead trees, and down wood for biodiversity in forests of Washington and Oregon. On-line at: http://www.fs.fed.us/wildecology/decaid/decaid_background/decaid_home.htm. USDA Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station and Pacific Northwest Region, Portland, Oregon.

Marcot, B. G. 2002. How to use DecAID: a tutorial. in: B. G. Marcot, K. Mellen, J. L. Ohmann, K. L. Waddell, E. A. Willhite, B. B. Hostetler, S. A. Livingson, C. Ogden, and T. Dreisbach, eds. The DecAID repository: background information for DecAID, the decayed wood advisor for managing snags, partially dead trees, and down wood for biodiversity in forests of Washington and Oregon. On-line at: http://www.fs.fed.us/wildecology/decaid/decaid_background/decaid_home.htm. USDA Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station and Pacific Northwest Region, Portland, Oregon.

Marcot, B. G. 2003. Bayesian belief networks as decision modeling tools for the 2003 Annual Species Review: an introduction for Step 3 panelists. The Survey and Manage Program, Northwest Forest Plan, USDA Forest Service and USDI Bureau of Land Management, Portland, Oregon. BLM intranet web site: http://web.or.blm.gov/ForPlan/Bayesian/smbbn_home.html.

Marcot, B. G. 2003. Decayed wood advisor and management aid now available. The Wildlifer July-August:8 [http://www.fs.fed.us/wildecology/decaid/decaid_background/decaid_home.htm#mainmenu].

Marcot, B. G. 2003. Frequently asked questions (FAQs) on functional assessments for subbasin planning. http://www.nwhi.org/ibis/subbasin/FAQ.asp. Northwest Power and Conservation Council, Portland, OR.

Marcot, B. G. 2003. Science Advisor report for the Annual Species review 2003, Step 3 Floral Species Panel. Internal report 2-4 September 2003. For: Regional Ecosystem Office, Survey and Manage Species Program, Northwest Forest Plan. USDA Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Region, Portland OR. 4 pp.

Marcot, B. G. 2003. Statistical analysis of Step 3 voting patterns -- Annual Species review 2003. Internal report 27 October 2003. For: Regional Ecosystem Office, Survey and Manage Species Program, Northwest Forest Plan. USDA Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Region, Portland OR. 8 pp.

Marcot, B. G. 2004. Owls in Malawi and eastern Zambia. Tyto Newsbrief 9(2):11-13.

Marcot, B. G. 2004. Wood decay in healthy forests: the paradox and the promise. Western Forester 49(4):4-5.

Marcot, B. G. 2005. The ecological and cultural functions of invertebrates in the Congo River Basin. Wings 28(Spring)(1):13-17.

Marcot, B. G. 2005. Habitat modeling for biodiversity conservation (abstract). Northwestern Naturalist 86(2):107.

Marcot, B. G. 2005. Meeting with southern Oregon Mardon skipper team. USDA Forest Service and USDI Bureau of Land Management, Interagency Special Status and Sensitive Species Programs, Portland, Oregon. 12 pp.

Marcot, B. G. 2005. Observations of owls in western Democratic Republic of the Congo, (with a note on African wood owl vocalizations). (Also available on OwlPages.com http://owlpages.com/articles/Owls_Congo.html). Tyto 9(4):9-15.

Marcot, B. G. 2005. Two turtles from western Democratic Republic of the Congo: Pelusios chapini and Kinixys erosa. World Chelonia Trust Newsletter 8:1-2,8.

Marcot, B. G. 2006. Butterfly photos by Bruce Marcot, Democratic Republic of the Congo, 2006. USDA Forest Service, Portland, Oregon. 7 pp.

Marcot, B. G. 2006. Characterizing species at risk I: modeling rare species under the Northwest Forest Plan. Ecology and Society 11(2):10. [online] URL: http://www.ecologyandsociety.org/vol11/iss2/art10/.

Marcot, B. G. 2006. Habitat modeling for biodiversity conservation. Northwestern Naturalist 87(1):56-65.

Marcot, B. G. 2007. Biodiversity and the lexicon zoo. Forest Ecology and Management 246(1):4-13.

Marcot, B. G. 2007. Documentation of the Marbled Murrelet Bayesian network listing model. Internal report to USDI Fish and Wildlife Service, Portland, Oregon (28 September 2007). 13 pp.

Marcot, B. G. 2007. Documentation of the Marbled Murrelet significant threats model. Internal report to USDI Fish and Wildlife Service, Portland, Oregon (13 December 2007). 15 pp.

Marcot, B. G. 2007. Étude de cas n°5: gestion de ressources naturelles et analyses de risques (Natural resource assessment and risk management). Pp. 293-315 in: P. Naim, P.-H. Wuillemin, P. Leray, O. Pourret, and A. Becker, eds. Réseaux Bayésiens (Bayesian networks; in French). Eyrolles, Paris, France. xxx pp.

Marcot, B. G. 2007. Owls in native cultures of central Africa and North America. Tyto Newsbrief 11(March):5-9.

Marcot, B. G. 2007. The quandaries and promise of risk management: A scientist's perspective on integration of science and management. The George Wright Forum (The George Wright Society Journal of Parks, Protected Areas & Cultural Sites) 24(2):30-35.

Marcot, B. G. 2007. Unique songs of African Wood-Owls (Strix woodfordii) in Democratic Republic of Congo. Gabar 18(1):16-24.

Marcot, B. G. 2008. Mission to central Africa (Democratic Republic of the Congo and Gabon) 3-14 November 2008. Trip report for International Programs Office, USDA Forest Service, Washington, D.C. . 29 pp.

Marcot, B. G. 2009. Deliverables provided for Interagency Work Agreement 08WRPG0050, U.S. Forest Service Bayesian Network Modeling. Progress report on WildCast project, June 1, 2009, to Carl Markon, USGS, Alaska Science Center, Anchorage AK. . 15 pp.

Marcot, B. G. 2010. Modeling approaches for predicting change under WILDCAST: making progress in a data-poor world. Alaska Park Science 8(2):90-94.

Marcot, B. G. 2012. Metrics for evaluating performance and uncertainty of Bayesian network models. Ecological Modelling 230:50-62.

Marcot, B. G. 2013. Concepts of conservation biology applied to wildlife in old-forest ecosystems, with special reference to southeast Alaska and north coastal British Columbia. in: G. Orians and J. W. Schoen, eds. North Pacific temperate rainforests ecology and conservation. University of Washington, Seattle WA. 168-188 pp.

Marcot, B. G. 2015. Initial data exploration - small mammal trapping site data. 28 January 2015 report to: U.S. Geological Survey, USGS Western Ecological Research Center, San Francisco Bay Estuary Field Station, Vallejo, California, under Interagency Work Agreement 11-IA-11261952-106. U.S. Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station, Portland, Oregon. 24 pp.

Marcot, B. G. 2015. Results of Bayesian network modeling of salt marsh harvest mouse and small mammal trap results in San Pablo Bay, California. 5 September 2015 report to: U.S. Geological Survey, USGS Western Ecological Research Center, San Francisco Bay Estuary Field Station, Vallejo, California, under Interagency Work Agreement 11-IA-11261952-106. U.S. Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station, Portland, Oregon. 72 pp.

Marcot, B. G. 2016. Noctural icons of a natural history observer [book review: The House of Owls by Tony Angell]. Northwest Science 90(2):245-246.

Marcot, B. G. 2017. Common quandaries and their practical solutions in Bayesian network modeling. Ecological Modelling 358:1-9.

Marcot, B. G. 2017. Ecosystem processes related to wood decay. Research Note PNW-RN-576. USDA Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station and Pacific Northwest Region, Portland, Oregon. 40 pp.

Marcot, B. G. 2017. A review of the role of fungi in wood decay of forest ecosystems. in: K. Mellen, B. G. Marcot, J. L. Ohmann, K. L. Waddell, S. A. Livingson, E. A. Willhite, B. B. Hostetler, C. Ogden, and T. Dreisbach, eds. DecAID, the decayed wood advisor for managing snags, partially dead trees, and down wood for biodiversity in forests of Washington and Oregon. For: Version 3.0. USDA Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station and Pacific Northwest Region, Portland, Oregon. 22 pp.

Marcot, B. G. 2017. A review of the role of fungi in wood decay of forest ecosystems. Research Note PNW-RN-575. USDA Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station and Pacific Northwest Region, Portland, Oregon. 31 pp.

Marcot, B. G., and R. Alexander. 2004. Exploratory trip to Democratic Republic of the Congo, August 20 - September 15, 2004. Trip report for International Programs Office, USDA Forest Service, Washington, D.C. Available from: http://carpe.umd.edu/products/PDF_files/USFS_DRC_Cmmnty_Forestry_%20Aug2004_Eng.pdf [English], and http://plexusowls.com/PDFs/USFS_DRC_Community_Forestry_French.pdf [French, only through Section 9]. 88 pp.

Marcot, B. G., and R. Alexander. 2004. Observations on cultures and people, and recommendations for travel, in Democratic Republic of the Congo. Report for International Programs Office. USDA Forest Service, Washington, D.C. 3 pp.

Marcot, B. G., C. Allen, S. Morey, D. Shively, and R. White. 2008. Report on a Bull Trout Expert Panel Workshop held July 2008 on "Assessing Potential Impacts of a Proposed Reintroduction of Bull Trout on ESA-Listed Salmon and Steelhead in the Clackamas River". USDI Fish and Wildlife Service, Portland, Oregon. 46 pp.

Marcot, B. G., C. Allen, S. Morey, D. Shively, and R. White. 2012. An expert panel approach to assessing potential effects of bull trout reintroduction on federally listed salmonids in the Clackamas River, Oregon. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 32(3):450-465.

Marcot, B. G., and K. B. Aubry. 2003. The functional diversity of mammals in coniferous forests of western North America. Pp. 631-664 in: C. J. Zabel and R. G. Anthony, eds. Mammal community dynamics: management and conservation in the coniferous forests of western North America. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge UK. 709 pp.

Marcot, B. G., D. Carrier, and R. Holthausen. 1986. The northern spotted owl (Strix occidentalis caurina). in: B. A. Wilcox, P. F. Brussard, and B. G. Marcot, eds. The management of viable populations: theory, applications, and case studies. Center for Conservation Biology, Stanford, CA.

Marcot, B. G., M. A. Castellano, J. A. Christy, L. K. Croft, J. F. Lehmkuhl, R. H. Naney, K. Nelson, C. G. Niwa, R. E. Rosentreter, R. E. Sandquist, B. C. Wales, and E. Zieroth. 1997. Terrestrial ecology assessment. Pp. 1497-1713 in: T. M. Quigley and S. J. Arbelbide, eds. An assessment of ecosystem components in the interior Columbia Basin and portions of the Klamath and Great Basins. Volume III. USDA Forest Service General Technical Report PNW-GTR-405. USDA Forest Service Pacific Northwest Research Station, Portland, OR. 1713 pp.

Marcot, B. G., and P. Z. Chinn. 1982. Use of graph theory measures for assessing diversity of wildlife habitat. Pp. 69-70 in: R. Lamberson, ed. Mathematical models of renewable resources. Proceedings of the First Pacific Coast Conference on Mathematical Models of Renewable Resources. Humboldt State University, Arcata, CA. 107 pp.

Marcot, B. G., L. K. Croft, J. F. Lehmkuhl, R. H. Naney, C. G. Niwa, W. R. Owen, and R. E. Sandquist. 1998. Macroecology, paleoecology, and ecological integrity of terrestrial species and communities of the interior Columbia River Basin and portions of the Klamath and Great Basins. General Technical Report PNW-GTR-410. USDA Forest Service, Portland OR. 131 pp.

Marcot, B. G., and D. C. Elbert. 2014. Report on an expert panel on “Assessing Raptor Management for Snowy Plover Recovery” held February 4, 2014. Final report. USDA Forest Service and USDI Fish and Wildlife Service, Portland OR.

Marcot, B. G., and D. C. Elbert. 2015. Assessing management of raptor predation for Western Snowy Plover recovery. General Technical Report PNW-GTR-910. USDA Forest Service Portland, Oregon. 67 pp.

Marcot, B. G., L. A. Fisher, M. P. Thompson, and M. Tomosy. 2015. Applying the science of decision making: A survey of use and needs in the National Forest System. A USDA Forest Service Joint Internal Report from the National Forest System Ecosystem Management Coordination Program and the Research and Development Mission Area. USDA Forest Service, Washington, D.C. 27 pp.

Marcot, B. G., and C. H. Flather. 2007. Species-level strategies for conserving rare or little-known species. Pp. 125-164 in: M. G. Raphael and R. Molina, eds. Conservation of rare or little-known species: biological, social, and economic considerations. Island Press, Washington, D.C. 375 pp.

Marcot, B. G., S. S. Ganzei, T. Zhang, and B. A. Voronov. 1997. A sustainable plan for conserving forest biodiversity in Far East Russia and northeast China. The Forestry Chronicle 73(5):565-571.

Marcot, B. G., and J. Gardetto. 1980. Status of the spotted owl in Six Rivers National Forest, California. Western Birds 11:79-87.

Marcot, B. G., R. E. Gullison, and J. R. Barborak. 2001. Protecting habitat elements and natural areas in the managed forest matrix. Pp. 523-558 in: R. A. Fimbel, A. Grajal, and J. G. Robinson, eds. The cutting edge: conserving wildlife in logged tropical forests. Columbia Univ. Press, N.Y.

Marcot, B. G., G. Gunderson, K. Mellen, and J. L. Ohmann. 2004. DecAID Advisor: a tool for managing snags, down wood and wood decay in forests of Washington and Oregon. Western Forester 49(4):12-13.

Marcot, B. G., and R. Hill. 1980. Flammulated owls in northwestern California. Western Birds 11:141-149.

Marcot, B. G., P. A. Hohenlohe, S. Morey, R. Holmes, R. Molina, M. Turley, M. Huff, and J. Laurence. 2006. Characterizing species at risk II: using Bayesian belief networks as decision support tools to determine species conservation categories under the Northwest Forest Plan. Ecology and Society 11(2):12. [online] URL: http://www.ecologyandsociety.org/vol11/iss2/art12/.

Marcot, B. G., R. Holthausen, and H. Salwasser. 1986. Viable population planning. in: B. A. Wilcox, P. F. Brussard, and B. G. Marcot, eds. The management of viable populations: theory, applications, and case studies. Center for Conservation Biology, Stanford, CA.

Marcot, B. G., R. S. Holthausen, M. G. Raphael, M. M. Rowland, and M. J. Wisdom. 2001. Using Bayesian belief networks to evaluate fish and wildlife population viability under land management alternatives from an environmental impact statement. Forest Ecology and Management 153(1-3):29-42.

Marcot, B. G., R. S. Holthausen, F. B. Samson, and A. B. Carey. 1985. Management and assessment of northern spotted owl populations on National Forests in Washington and Oregon. In: Raptor Research Foundation Symposium on the Management of Birds of Prey. International Meeting, Session 11.:10.

Marcot, B. G., R. S. Holthausen, J. Teply, and W. D. Carrier. 1991. Old-growth inventories: status, definitions, and visions for the future. Pp. 47-60 in: L. F. Ruggiero, K. B. Aubry, A. B. Carey, and M. H. Huff, eds. Wildlife and vegetation of unmanaged Douglas-fir forests. General Technical Report PNW-GTR-285. USDA Forest Service, Portland OR. 533 pp.

Marcot, B. G., and D. H. Johnson. 2003. Owls in mythology and culture. Pp. 88-105 in: J. R. Duncan, ed. Owls of the world: their lives, behavior and survival. Key Porter Books, Ltd., Toronto, Canada. 319 pp.

Marcot, B. G., M. T. Jorgenson, and A. R. DeGange. 2014. Low-altitude photographic transects of the Arctic Network of national park units and Selawik National Wildlife Refuge, Alaska, July 2013. USGS Data Series 846. http://dx.doi.org/10.3133/ds846. Anchorage, AK. 44 pp.

Marcot, B. G., M. T. Jorgenson, J. Lawler, C. M. Handel, and A. R. DeGange. 2015. Projected changes in wildlife habitats in Arctic natural areas of northwest Alaska. Climatic Change 130(2):145-154.

Marcot, B. G., and T. Jorgenson. 2012. Predicting rates of ecological change in Northwest Alaska from climate warming. 6 June 2012 Progress Report prepared for U.S. Geological Survey, Anchorage AK. 16 pp.

Marcot, B. G., A. Kumar, P. S. Roy, V. B. Sawarkar, A. Gupta, and S. N. Sangama. 2002. Towards a landscape conservation strategy: analysis of jhum landscape and proposed corridors for managing elephants in South Garo Hills District and Nokrek area, Meghalaya. (English with Hindi summary). The Indian Forester (February):207-216.

Marcot, B. G., A. Kumar, G. Talukdar, and A. Srivastava. 2011. Habitat relationships of Asian elephants in shifting-cultivation landscapes of Meghalaya, northeast India. Gajah 34:8-17.

Marcot, B. G., J. F. Lehmkuhl, and M. G. Raphael. 2002. Chapter 4: Summary and synthesis of lessons learned in four conservation areas. Pp. 47-56 in: P. K. Mathur, J. F. Lehmkuhl, and V. B. Sawarkar, eds. Management of forests in India for biological diversity and forest productivity, a new perspective - Volume I: Concepts, approaches, and project overview, Wildlife Institute of India-USDA Forest Service Collaborative Project Report. Wildlife Institute of India, Dehra Dun, India. 70 pp.

Marcot, B. G., and S. Livingston. 2009. Report on the Red Tree Vole Listing Advisory Panel, held August 25-26, 2009, USDI Fish and Wildlife Service, Oregon Office. Internal report to USDI Fish and Wildlife Service, Oregon Fish and Wildlife Office, Portland, Oregon. 50 pp.

Marcot, B. G., R. W. Lundquist, and V. Castellano. 1987. Vocalizations of selected bird species of northwestern California mixed evergreen forests. Unpublished report. Portland OR. 51 pp.

Marcot, B. G., K. Mayer, L. Fox, and R. J. Gutierrez. 1981. Application of remote sensing to wildlife habitat inventory workshop. Wildlife Society Bulletin 9:328.

Marcot, B. G., W. E. McConnaha, P. H. Whitney, T. A. O'Neil, P. J. Paquet, L. E. Mobrand, G. R. Blair, L. C. Lestelle, K. M. Malone, and K. I. Jenkins. 2002. A multi-species framework approach for the Columbia River Basin: integrating fish, wildlife, and ecological functions. On CD-ROM and Web: http://www.nwcouncil.org/edt/framework/. Northwest Power Planning Council, Portland, Oregon.

Marcot, B. G., R. S. McNay, and R. E. Page. 1988. Use of microcomputers for planning and managing silviculture-habitat relationships. General Technical Report PNW-GTR-228. USDA Forest Service, PNW, Portland OR. 19 pp.

Marcot, B. G., K. Mellen, S. A. Livingston, and C. Ogden. 2002. The DecAID advisory model: wildlife component. in: W. F. Laudenslayer, Jr, P. J. Shea, B. E. Valentine, C. P. Weatherspoon, and T. E. Lisle, eds. Proceedings of the Symposium on The Ecology and Management of Dead Wood in Western Forests, 2-4 November 1999, Reno, Nevada. USDA Forest Service, Pacific Southwest Research Station General Technical Report PSW-GTR-181. 949 pp.

Marcot, B. G., K. Mellen, J. L. Ohmann, K. L. Waddell, S. A. Livingson, E. A. Willhite, B. B. Hostetler, C. Ogden, and T. Dreisbach. 2004. DecAID: the decayed wood advisor for managing snags, partially dead trees, and down wood for biodiversity in forests of Washington and Oregon. Brochure. http://216.48.37.142/pubs/viewpub.jsp?index=6233. in: 2003 PNW Innovation Fair. USDA Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station, Portland, Oregon.

Marcot, B. G., K. Mellen, J. L. Ohmann, K. L. Waddell, S. A. Livingson, E. A. Willhite, B. B. Hostetler, C. Ogden, and T. Dreisbach. 2004. DecAID: the decayed wood management advisor. Powerpoint presentation. Available at: http://www.fs.fed.us/wildecology/decaid/decaid_background/decaid_powerpoint.htm. in: 2003 PNW Innovation Fair. USDA Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station, Portland, Oregon.

Marcot, B. G., K. Mellen, J. L. Ohmann, K. L. Waddell, E. A. Willhite, B. B. Hostetler, S. A. Livingson, C. Ogden, and T. Dreisbach. 2002. The DecAID repository: background information for DecAID, the decayed wood advisor for managing snags, partially dead trees, and down wood for biodiversity in forests of Washington and Oregon. On-line at: http://www.fs.fed.us/wildecology/decaid/decaid_background/decaid_home.htm. USDA Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station and Pacific Northwest Region, Portland, Oregon.

Marcot, B. G., and V. J. Meretsky. 1983. Shaping stands to enhance habitat diversity. Journal of Forestry 81(8):526-528.

Marcot, B. G., and R. Molina. 2006. Conservation of other species associated with older forest conditions. Pp. 145-179 in: R. Haynes, B. T. Bormann, D. C. Lee, and J. R. Martin, eds. Northwest Forest Plan--the first 10 years (1994-2003): synthesis of monitoring and research results. General Technical Report PNW-GTR-651. USDA Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station, Portland OR. 292 pp.

Marcot, B. G., and R. Molina. 2007. Special considerations for the science, conservation, and management of rare or little-known species. Pp. 93-124 in: M. G. Raphael and R. Molina, eds. Conservation of rare or little-known species: biological, social, and economic considerations. Island Press, Washington, D.C. 375 pp.

Marcot, B. G., S. Morey, B. Naney, and L. Finley. 2007. Fisher threats workshop report. Internal report to USDA Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Region, Fisher Conservation Strategy Team, April 12, 2007. Portland, Oregon. 15 pp.

Marcot, B. G., S. Morey, B. Naney, and L. Finley. 2012. Fisher threats workshop report. Appendix 1 (pp. 47-55) in: Naney, R. H., L. L. Finley, E. C. Lofroth, P. J. Happe, A. L. Krause, C. M. Raley, R. L. Truex, L. J. Hale, J. M. Higley, A. D. Kosic, J. C. Lewis, S. A. Livingston, D. C. Macfarlane, A. M. Myers, and J. S. Yaeger. Conservation of fishers (Martes pennanti) in south-central British Columbia, western Washington, western Oregon, and California. Volume III: Threat assessment. USDI Bureau of Land Management, Denver, Colorado. 55 pp.

Marcot, B. G., S. Morey, and P. R. Phifer. 2006. Summary of results: Threats Workshop, June 1-2, 2006. Internal report to USDI Fish and Wildlife Service, Northern Spotted Owl Recovery Team, Interagency Staff Team, Portland, Oregon. 18 pp.

Marcot, B. G., and D. D. Murphy. 1996. On population viability analysis and management. Pp. 58-76 in: R. C. Szaro and D. W. Johnston, eds. Biodiversity in managed landscapes theory and practice. Oxford University Press, New York and Oxford. 778 pp.

Marcot, B. G., and J. B. Nyberg. 2005. The future of forest biodiversity conservation amidst development: reflection and vision. International Forestry Review 7(5):21.

Marcot, B. G., and J. L. Ohmann. 2003. Decayed wood advisor and management aid. The Ornithological Newsletter 155:[http://birds.cornell.edu/OSNA/155.htm].

Marcot, B. G., and J. L. Ohmann. 2003. New decayed wood planning tool available. Western Forester 48 [July/August](4):17 [http://www.forestry.org/pdf/aug03.pdf].

Marcot, B. G., and J. L. Ohmann. 2003. New publication. Society for Conservation Biology Newsletter 10(3):[http://www.conbio.org/SCB/Publications/Newsletter/Archives/2003-8-August/v10n3010.cfm].

Marcot, B. G., and J. L. Ohmann. 2006. If a tree falls in the woods, who will measure it? DecAID decayed wood advisor. Science Findings (USDA Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station, Jonathan Thompson, Science Writer) (83 (May)):1-5.

Marcot, B. G., J. L. Ohmann, K. Mellen-McLean, and K. L. Waddell. 2010. Synthesis of regional wildlife and vegetation field studies to guide management of standing and down dead trees. Forest Science 56(4):391-404.

Marcot, B. G., and T. O'Neil. 2003. Glossary of terms - wildlife analyses. http://www.nwhi.org/ibis/subbasin/glossary.asp. Northwest Power and Conservation Council, Portland, OR.

Marcot, B. G., T. A. O'Neill, J. B. Nyberg, A. MacKinnon, P. J. Paquet, and D. H. Johnson. 2006. Analyzing key ecological functions for transboundary subbasin assessments. in: C. W. Slaughter and N. Berg, eds. Watersheds Across Boundaries: Science, Sustainability, Security. Proceedings of the Ninth Biennial Watershed Management Council Conference, November 3-7, 2002, Stevenson, Washington. Center for Water Resources Report No.107. University of California, Riverside, California. 390 pp.

Marcot, B. G., and M. G. Raphael. 2002. Chapter 1: Wildlife-habitat relationships (WHR) in conservation areas. Pp. 1-8 in: P. K. Mathur, J. F. Lehmkuhl, and V. B. Sawarkar, eds. Management of forests in India for biological diversity and forest productivity, a new perspective - Volume II: Wildlife-habitat relationships (WHR) in conservation areas, Wildlife Institute of India-USDA Forest Service Collaborative Project Report. Wildlife Institute of India, Dehra Dun, India. 224 pp.

Marcot, B. G., and M. G. Raphael. 2012. Conservation of martens, sables, and fishers in multispecies bioregional assessments. in: K. B. Aubry, W. J. Zielinski, M. G. Raphael, G. Proulx, and S. W. Buskirk, eds. Biology and conservation of martens, sables, and fishers: a new synthesis. Cornell University Press, Ithaca, New York. 451-470 pp.

Marcot, B. G., M. G. Raphael, and K. H. Berry. 1983. Monitoring wildlife habitat and validation of wildlife-habitat relationships models. Transactions of the North American Wildlife and Natural Resources Conference 48:315-329.

Marcot, B. G., M. G. Raphael, R. S. Holthausen, and V. B. Sawarkar. 2002. Chapter 2: Concepts and applications of landscape planning and management. Pp. 5-32 in: P. K. Mathur, J. F. Lehmkuhl, and V. B. Sawarkar, eds. Management of forests in India for biological diversity and forest productivity, a new perspective - Volume I: Concepts, approaches, and project overview, Wildlife Institute of India-USDA Forest Service Collaborative Project Report. Wildlife Institute of India, Dehra Dun, India. 70 pp.

Marcot, B. G., M. G. Raphael, N. H. Schumaker, and B. Galleher. 2013. How big and how close? Habitat patch size and spacing to conserve a threatened species. Natural Resource Modeling 26(2):194-214.

Marcot, B. G., D. I. Rumiz, and T. S. Fredericksen. 1998. Defining forest protected area networks -- a handbook for delineating forest protected areas in managed forests of lowland Bolivia. Conservation International, Washington, D.C., and Bolfor (Bolivian Forest Servce, Santa Cruz, Bolivia),

Marcot, B. G., D. I. Rumiz, and T. S. Fredericksen. 2000. Definicion de redes de areas protegidas forestales: un manual para la delimitacion de areas protegidas forestales en los bosques manajados de las tierras bajas de Bolivia. [Defining forest protected area networks -- a handbook for delineating forest protected areas in managed forests of lowland Bolivia. In Spanish] Documento Téchnico 87/2000, Contrato USAID: 511-0621-C-00-3027. Proyecto BOLFOR (Bolivia Sustainable Forest Management Project de USAID y Chemonics International), Santa Cruz, Bolivia. 27 pp.

Marcot, B. G., and H. Salwasser. 1991. Views on risk analysis for wildlife planning and management in USDA Forest Service. Presented at Soc. for Risk Analysis Ann. Mtg., 8-11 Dec. 1991, Baltimore MD

Marcot, B. G., and J. G. Sidle. 2007. Mission to Democratic Republic of Congo, September 29 - October 21, 2006. Trip report for International Programs. USDA Forest Service, Washington, D.C. 41 pp.

Marcot, B. G., and C. H. Sieg. 2007. System-level strategies for conserving rare or little-known species. Pp. 165-186 in: M. G. Raphael and R. Molina, eds. Conservation of rare or little-known species: biological, social, and economic considerations. Island Press, Washington, D.C. 375 pp.

Marcot, B. G., P. H. Singleton, and N. H. Schumaker. 2015. Analysis of sensitivity and uncertainty in an individual-based movement model of a threatened wildlife species. Natural Resource Modeling 28(1):37-58.

Marcot, B. G., J. D. Steventon, G. D. Sutherland, and R. K. McCann. 2006. Guidelines for developing and updating Bayesian belief networks applied to ecological modeling and conservation. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 36:3063-3074.

Marcot, B. G., and J. W. Thomas. 1997. Of spotted owls, old growth, and new policies: a history since the Interagency Scientific Committee report. General Technical Report PNW-GTR-408. USDA Forest Service, Portland OR. 34 pp.

Marcot, B. G., M. P. Thompson, T. W. Bonnot, and F. R. Thompson. 2016. Uncertainty is information, too. The Wildlife Professional 10(1):30-33.

Marcot, B. G., M. P. Thompson, M. C. Runge, F. R. Thompson, S. McNulty, D. Cleaves, M. Tomosy, L. Fisher, and A. Bliss. 2012. Recent advances in applying decision science to managing national forests. Forest Ecology and Management 285:123-132.

Marcot, B. G., and M. Turley. 2003. Statistical analysis of Step 3 voting patterns -- Annual Species review 2002. Internal report 17 October 2002, updated 24 January 2003 from December 2002 Panels. For: Regional Ecosystem Office, Survey and Manage Species Program, Northwest Forest Plan. USDA Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Region, Portland OR. 20 pp.

Marcot, B. G., and M. Vander Heyden. 2001. Key ecological functions of wildlife species. Pp. 168-186 in: D. H. Johnson and T. A. O'Neill, eds. Wildlife-habitat relationships in Oregon and Washington. Oregon State University Press, Corvallis OR.

Marcot, B. G., R. Vora, and J. Lehmkuhl. 1991. Threatened forests of India: our future dilemma? Natural Areas Report 3(2):2-4.

Marcot, B. G., B. C. Wales, and R. Demmer. 2003. Range maps of terrestrial species and natural areas in the interior Columbia River Basin and northern portions of the Klamath and Great Basins. Gen. Tech. Rpt. PNW-GTR-583. Available at: http://www.fs.fed.us/pnw/publications/gtr583/. USDA Forest Service, Portland OR. 304 pp.

Marcot, B. G., M. J. Wisdom, H. W. Li, and G. C. Castillo. 1993. Managing for featured, threatened, endangered, and sensitive species and unique habitats for ecosystem sustainability. Pp. 175-213 in: P. F. Hessburg, ed. Eastside forest ecosystem health assessment. Volume III: assessment. (Also reprinted as Gen. Tech. Rpt. PNW-GTR-329, USDA Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station, Portland OR, February 1994). USDA Forest Service, Wenatchee WA.

Marcot, B. G., M. J. Wisdom, H. W. Li, and G. C. Castillo. 1994. Managing for featured, threatened, endangered, and sensitive species and unique habitats for ecosystem sustainability. General Technical Report PNW-GTR-329. USDA Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station, Portland OR.

Marcot-Crowe, V., C. Rader, R. Hufnagel, and B. Marcot. 1986. Pattern recognition and expert system analysis of the capnogram. in: (Perkin-Elmer Technical Symposium Proceedings). Perkin-Elmer Corp.,

McCann, R., B. G. Marcot, and R. Ellis. 2006. Bayesian belief networks: applications in natural resource management. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 36:3053-3062.

McNay, R. S., A. M. Doucette, R. K. McCann, D. C. Heard, B. G. Marcot, R. Sulyma, and R. Ellis. 2003. An assessment of conservation policy for pine-lichen winter ranges used by caribou in north-central British Columbia. CLUPE Project: Implementation of the Mackenzie LRMP Caribou Management Strategy. Wildlife Infometrics Report No. 049. Wildlife Infometrics Inc., Mackenzie, British Columbia, Canada. 27 pp.

McNay, R. S., B. G. Marcot, V. Brumovsky, and R. Ellis. 2006. A Bayesian approach to evaluating habitat suitability for woodland caribou in north-central British Columbia. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 36:3117-3133.

Mellen, K., B. G. Marcot, J. L. Ohmann, K. L. Waddell, S. A. Livingston, E. A. Willhite, B. B. Hostetler, C. Ogden, and T. Dreisbach. 2003. DecAID, the Decayed Wood Advisor for managing snags, partially dead trees, and down wood for biodiversity in forests of Washington and Oregon. Version 1.10. http://wwwnotes.fs.fed.us:81/pnw/DecAID/DecAID.nsf. USDA Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station and Pacific Northwest Region, and USDI Fish and Wildlife Service, Portland, Oregon.

Mellen, K., B. G. Marcot, J. L. Ohmann, K. L. Waddell, S. A. Livingston, E. A. Willhite, B. B. Hostetler, C. Ogden, and T. Dreisbach. 2006. DecAID, the Decayed Wood Advisor for managing snags, partially dead trees, and down wood for biodiversity in forests of Washington and Oregon. Version 2.0. http://wwwnotes.fs.fed.us:81/pnw/DecAID/DecAID.nsf. USDA Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station and Pacific Northwest Region, and USDI Fish and Wildlife Service, Portland, Oregon.

Mellen, K., B. G. Marcot, J. L. Ohmann, K. L. Waddell, E. A. Willhite, B. B. Hostetler, S. A. Livingson, and C. Ogden. 2002. DecAID: a decaying wood advisory model for Oregon and Washington. in: W. F. Laudenslayer, Jr, P. J. Shea, B. E. Valentine, C. P. Weatherspoon, and T. E. Lisle, eds. Proceedings of the Symposium on The Ecology and Management of Dead Wood in Western Forests, 2-4 November 1999, Reno, Nevada. USDA Forest Service, Pacific Southwest Research Station General Technical Report PSW-GTR-181. 949 pp.

Mellen-McLean, K., B. G. Marcot, J. L. Ohmann, K. Waddell, S. A. Livingston, E. A. Willhite, B. B. Hostetler, C. Ogden, and T. Dreisbach. 2012. DecAID, the decayed wood advisor for managing snags, partially dead trees, and down wood for biodiversity in forests of Washington and Oregon. Version 2.20. http://www.fs.fed.us/r6/nr/wildlife/decaid/. in: USDA Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Region and Pacific Northwest Research Station; USDI Fish and Wildlife Service, Oregon State Office, Portland, Oregon.

Molina, R., T. R. Horton, J. M. Trappe, and B. G. Marcot. 2011. Addressing uncertainty: how to conserve and manage rare or little-known fungi. Fungal Ecology 4(2):134-146.

Molina, R., and B. G. Marcot. 2007. Definitions and attributes of little-known species. Pp. 67-92 in: M. G. Raphael and R. Molina, eds. Conservation of rare or little-known species: biological, social, and economic considerations. Island Press, Washington, D.C. 375 pp.

Molina, R., B. G. Marcot, and R. Lesher. 2006. Protecting rare, old-growth forest associated species under the survey and manage guidelines of the Northwest Forest Plan. Conservation Biology 20(2):306-318.

Morrison, M. L., and B. G. Marcot. 1984. Expanded use of the variable circular-plot census method. Wilson Bulletin 96:313-315.

Morrison, M. L., and B. G. Marcot. 1995. An evaluation of resource inventory and monitoring programs used in national forest planning. Environmental Management 19(1):147-156.

Morrison, M. L., B. G. Marcot, and R. W. Mannan. 1992. Wildlife-habitat relationships: concepts and applications. First edition. Univ. of Wisconsin Press, Madison WI. 448 pp.

Morrison, M. L., B. G. Marcot, and R. W. Mannan. 1998. Wildlife-habitat relationships: concepts and applications. Second edition. Univ. of Wisconsin Press, Madison WI. 435 pp.

Morrison, M. L., B. G. Marcot, and R. W. Mannan. 2006. Wildlife-habitat relationships: concepts and applications. Third edition. Island Press, Washington, D.C.

Neitro, W. A., V. W. Binkley, S. P. Cline, R. W. Mannan, B. G. Marcot, D. Taylor, and F. F. Wagner. 1985. Snags (wildlife trees). Pp. 129-169 in: E. R. Brown, ed. Management of wildlife and fish habitats in forests of western Oregon and Washington. Part 1 - chapter narratives. USDA Forest Service, Portland OR. 332 pp.

Nyberg, J. B., B. G. Marcot, and R. Sulyma. 2006. Using Bayesian belief networks in adaptive management. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 36:3104-3116.

Olsen, J., B. G. Marcot, and S. Trost. 2002. Do southern boobooks Ninox novaeseelandiae duet? Pp. 320-328 in: I. Newton, R. Kavanagh, J. Olsen, and I. Taylor, eds. Ecology and conservation of owls. CSIRO Publishing, Collingwood, Victoria, Australia.

Olson, D. H., B. E. Penaluna, B. G. Marcot, M. G. Raphael, and K. B. Aubry. 2017. Biodiversity. in: B. Van Horne and D. H. Olson, eds. People, Forests, and Change: Lessons from the Pacific Northwest. Island Press, Washington, D.C. 174-190 pp.

O'Neill, T. A., K. A. Bettinger, M. Vander Heyden, B. G. Marcot, C. Barrett, T. K. Mellen, W. M. Vander Haegen, D. H. Johnson, P. J. Doran, L. Wunder, and K. M. Boula. 2001. Structural conditions and habitat elements of Oregon and Washington. Pp. 115-139 in: D. H. Johnson and T. A. O'Neill, eds. Wildlife-habitat relationships in Oregon and Washington. Oregon State University Press, Corvallis OR.

O'Neill, T. A., P. Bettinger, B. G. Marcot, W. B. Cohen, O. Taft, R. Ash, H. Bruner, C. Langhoff, J. A. Carlino, V. Hutchinson, R. E. Kennedy, and Z. Yang. 2012. Application of spatial technologies in wildlife biology. in: N. J. Silvy, ed. The wildlife techniques manual, 7th edition. Volume 1: Research. The Johns Hopkins University Press, Baltimore, MD. 429-461 pp.

O'Neill, T. A., P. Bettinger, B. G. Marcot, B. W. Luscombe, G. T. Koeln, H. J. Bruner, C. Barrett, J. A. Gaines, and S. Bernatas. 2005. Application of spatial technologies in wildlife biology. Pp. 418-447 in: C. E. Braun, ed. Wildlife techniques manual, 6th edition. The Wildlife Society, Washington, D.C.

O'Neill, T. A., D. H. Johnson, C. Barrett, M. Trevithick, K. A. Bettinger, C. Kiilsgaard, M. Vander Heyden, E. L. Greda, D. Stinson, B. G. Marcot, P. J. Doran, S. Tank, and L. Wunder. 2001. Matrixes for wildlife-habitat relationships in Oregon and Washington. CD-ROM. in: D. H. Johnson and T. A. O'Neill, eds. Wildlife-habitat relationships in Oregon and Washington. Oregon State University Press, Corvallis OR.

O'Neill, T. A., D. H. Johnson, P. Paquet, P. Whitney, and B. Marcot. 2001. A rosetta stone for fish and wildlife information in the Pacific Northwest. in: L. Wills, B, ed. Data standards from A-Z. Proceedings of the 2001 Organization of Fish and Wildlife Information Managers Meeting, November 3-7, 2001. The Organization of Fish and Wildlife Information Managers, Portland, Oregon. 75 pp.

Patel-Weynan, T., A. Duggan, E. Gustafson, B. G. Marcot, and K. Reynolds. 2017. U.S. Forest Service Research and Development's engagement on National Forest System environmental analysis and decision-making and NEPA process efficiencies. Internal report. U.S. Forest Service, Research and Development, Washington D.C. 8 pp.

Pauli, J. N., J. P. Whiteman, B. G. Marcot, T. M. McClean, and M. Ben-David. 2011. DNA-based approach to aging martens (Martes americana and M. caurina). Journal of Mammalogy 92(3):500-510.

Pawson, S. M., B. G. Marcot, and O. Woodberry. 2017. Predicting forest insect flight activity: a Bayesian network approach. PLoS ONE 12(9):e0183464, https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0183464.

Phifer, P. R., S. Morey, and B. G. Marcot. 2007. Summary of results: marbled murrelet managers' meeting. Final version January 3, 2008 (Internal white paper report to USDI Fish and Wildlife Service). USDI FIsh and Wildlife Service, Portland OR. 69 pp.

Pourret, O., P. Naïm, and B. G. Marcot, eds. 2008. Bayesian belief networks: a practical guide to applications. Wiley, West Sussex, England. 432 pp.

Quigley, T. M., D. C. Lee, R. W. Haynes, J. R. Sedell, R. S. Holthausen, W. J. Hann, B. E. Rieman, B. G. Marcot, and A. L. Horne. 1997. Chapter 7. Ecological integrity, socioeconomic resiliency, and trends in risk. Pp. 836-897 in: T. M. Quigley, K. M. Lee, and S. J. Arbelbide, eds. Evaluation of EIS alternatives by the Science Integration Team, Volume II. USDA Forest Service and USDI Bureau of Land Management, Portland, OR.

Rader, C. D., V. M. Crowe, and B. G. Marcot. 1987. CAPS: a pattern recognition expert system prototype for respiratory and anesthesia monitoring. Presented at Westex-87 IEEE Expert Systems Conference, June 1987, Anaheim, California

Raphael, M. G., P. Hessburg, R. Kennedy, J. Lehmkuhl, B. Marcot, R. Scheller, P. Singleton, and T. Spies. 2014. Assessing the compatibility of fuel treatments, wildfire risk, and conservation of northern spotted owl habitats and populations in the eastern Cascades: a multi-scale analysis. Final Report JFSP Project 09-1-08-31. https://sites.google.com/a/pdx.edu/vegetation-fire-owl/. Joint Fire Science Program (http://www.firescience.gov/), 26 pp.

Raphael, M. G., and B. G. Marcot. 1986. Validation of a wildlife-habitat-relationships model: vertebrates in a Douglas-fir sere. Pp. 129-138 in: J. Verner, M. L. Morrison, and C. J. Ralph, eds. Wildlife 2000: Modeling habitat relationships of terrestrial vertebrates. University of Wisconsin Press, Madison, WI. 470 pp.

Raphael, M. G., and B. G. Marcot. 1994. Species and ecosystem viability: key questions and issues. J. Forestry 92(4):45-47.

Raphael, M. G., and B. G. Marcot. 2007. Introduction. Pp. 1-16 in: M. G. Raphael and R. Molina, eds. Conservation of rare or little-known species: biological, social, and economic considerations. Island Press, Washington, D.C. 375 pp.

Raphael, M. G., B. G. Marcot, R. S. Holthausen, and M. J. Wisdom. 1998. Terrestrial species and habitats. Journal of Forestry 96(10):22-27.

Raphael, M. G., R. Molina, C. H. Flather, R. Holthausen, R. L. Johnson, B. G. Marcot, D. H. Olson, J. D. Peine, C. H. Sieg, and C. S. Swanson. 2007. A process for selection and implementation of conservation approaches. Pp. 334-362 in: M. G. Raphael and R. Molina, eds. Conservation of rare or little-known species: biological, social, and economic considerations. Island Press, Washington, D.C. 375 pp.

Raphael, M. G., K. V. Rosenberg, and B. G. Marcot. 1988. Large-scale changes in bird populations of Douglas-fir forests, northwestern California. Pp. 63-83 in: J. Jackson, ed. Bird Conservation 3. Univ. of Wisconsin Press, Madison WI.

Raphael, M. G., M. J. Wisdom, M. M. Rowland, R. S. Holthausen, B. C. Wales, B. G. Marcot, and T. D. Rich. 2001. Status and trends of habitats of terrestrial vertebrates in relation to land management in the interior Columbia River Basin. Forest Ecology and Management 153(1-3):63-87.

Rose, C. L., B. G. Marcot, T. K. Mellen, J. L. Ohmann, K. L. Waddell, D. L. Lindley, and B. Schreiber. 2001. Decaying wood in Pacific Northwest forests: concepts and tools for habitat management. Pp. 580-623 in: D. H. Johnson and T. A. O'Neill, eds. Wildlife-habitat relationships in Oregon and Washington. Oregon State University Press, Corvallis OR.

Ruggiero, L. F., R. S. Holthausen, B. G. Marcot, K. B. Aubry, J. W. Thomas, and E. C. Meslow. 1988. Ecological dependency: the concept and its implications for research and management. North American Wildlife and Natural Resources Conference 53:115-126.

Sallabanks, R., B. G. Marcot, R. A. Riggs, C. A. Mehl, and E. B. Arnett. 2001. Wildlife of eastside (interior) forests and woodlands. Pp. 213-238 in: D. H. Johnson and T. A. O'Neill, eds. Wildlife-habitat relationships in Oregon and Washington. Oregon State University Press, Corvallis OR.

Salwasser, H., J. A. Caplan, C. W. Cartwright, A. T. Doyle, W. B. Kessler, B. G. Marcot, and L. Stritch. 1996. Conserving biological diversity through ecosystem management. Pp. 548-573 in: R. C. Szaro and D. W. Johnston, eds. Biodiversity in managed landscapes: theory and practice. Oxford University Press, New York. 778 pp.

Salwasser, H., R. S. Holthausen, and B. G. Marcot. 1986. Implications of laws and regulations for viable population planning in the National Forest system. (Chapter updated 3 Feb 1989). in: B. A. Wilcox, P. F. Brussard, and B. G. Marcot, eds. The management of viable populations: theory, applications, and case studies. Center for Conservation Biology, Stanford, CA.

Salwasser, H., and B. G. Marcot. 1986. Viable population planning: a planning framework for viable populations. in: B. A. Wilcox, P. F. Brussard, and B. G. Marcot, eds. The management of viable populations: theory, applications, and case studies. Center for Conservation Biology, Stanford, CA.

Sawarkar, V. B., and B. G. Marcot. 2002. Chapter 2: Methods for wildlife-habitat relationships (WHR). Pp. 9-14 in: P. K. Mathur, J. F. Lehmkuhl, and V. B. Sawarkar, eds. Management of forests in India for biological diversity and forest productivity, a new perspective - Volume II: Wildlife-habitat relationships (WHR) in conservation areas, Wildlife Institute of India-USDA Forest Service Collaborative Project Report. Wildlife Institute of India, Dehra Dun, India. 224 pp.

Sawyer, J. O., J. Gray, G. J. West, D. Thornburgh, R. F. Noss, J. H. Engbeck, Jr, B. G. Marcot, and R. Raymond. 2000. History of redwood and redwood forests. Pp. 7-38 in: R. F. Noss, ed. The redwood forest. Island Press, Washington, D.C. 339 pp.

Scheeler, C. A., P. Ashley, W. Blosser, D. H. Johnson, J. Kagan, C. Macdonald, B. G. Marcot, T. A. O'Neill, P. J. Paquet, D. Parkin, E. Roderick, P. Roger, A. Sondenaa, and S. Soults. 2003. A technical guide for developing wildlife elements of a subbasin plan. http://www.nwcouncil.org/fw/subbasinplanning/admin/guides/wildlife.pdf. Columbia Basin Fish and Wildlife Authority, and Northwest Power Planning Council, Portland, OR. 21 February 2003. 20 pp.

Shasby, M. B., C. A. Dolloff, J. A. Hicke, B. G. Marcot, B. McCarl, G. McMahon, and J. M. Morton. 2017. Five-year external reviews of the eight Department of Interior Climate Science Centers: Alaska Climate Science Center. American Fisheries Society, Bethesda, Maryland. 46 pp.

Thomas, J. W., M. G. Raphael, R. G. Anthony, E. D. Forsman, A. G. Gunderson, R. S. Holthausen, B. G. Marcot, G. H. Reeves, J. R. Sedell, and D. M. Solis. 1993. Viability assessments and management considerations for species associated with late-successional and old-growth forests of the Pacific Northwest. USDA Forest Service, U.S. Govt. Print. Office, Washington, D.C. 530 pp.

Thompson, M. P., B. G. Marcot, F. R. Thompson, S. McNulty, L. A. Fisher, M. C. Runge, D. Cleaves, and M. Tomosy. 2013. The science of decision making: Applications for sustainable forest and grassland management in the National Forest System. General Technical Report WO-88. USDA Forest Service, Washington, D.C. 54 pp.

Toth, E. F., D. M. Solis, and B. G. Marcot. 1986. A management strategy for habitat diversity: using models of wildlife- habitat relationships. Pp. 139-144 in: J. Verner, M. L. Morrison, and C. J. Ralph, eds. Wildlife 2000: Modeling habitat relationships of terrestrial vertebrates. University of Wisconsin Press, Madison, Wisconsin. 470 pp.

van Rooij, T., D. I. Rumiz, A. R. Montellano, U. Remillard, X. Fernandez, R. Arispe, J. C. Herrera, W. Townsend, R. S. Miserendino, D. Caba, T. Muñoz, and B. Marcot. 2008. Using the landscape species concept to model habitat suitability for threatened species in Bolivia’s dry tropical forest (preliminary report). FCBC (Foundation for the Conservation of the Chiquitano Forest), Santa Cruz de la Sierra, Bolivia. 24 pp.

Vander Heyden, M., and B. G. Marcot. 2001. Terrestrial and marine management activities: links to habitat elements and ecological processes. Pp. 501-511 in: D. H. Johnson and T. A. O'Neill, eds. Wildlife-habitat relationships in Oregon and Washington. Oregon State University Press, Corvallis OR.

Vizcarra, N., and B. Marcot. 2016. Big changes in cold places: the future of wildlife habitat in northwest Alaska. Science Findings (USDA Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station) 186:1-5.

Wilcox, B. A., P. F. Brussard, and B. G. Marcot. 1986. The management of viable populations: theory, applications, and case studies. Center for Conservation Biology, Stanford, CA.

Williams, B. L., and B. G. Marcot. 1991. Use of biodiversity indicators for analyzing and managing forest landscapes. No. Amer. Wildl. Nat. Res. Conf. 56:613-627.


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