Publications

(* indicates undergraduate student author, † indicates graduate student author)

O’Connor, B.*, N. J. Fryda, and D. H. Ranglack. 2018. Effects of environmental and anthropogenic landscape features on harvest of mule deer in Nebraska. PeerJ 6:e5510. (open access)

Bice, M. R., J. Ball, N. A. Bickford, S. Bickford, A. Hollman, A. Coughlin, D. Dinkel, D. Meyer, and D. H. Ranglack. 2018. Community gardens: Interactions between communities, schools, and impact on students. The Health Educator 50(1):2-10.

Bickford, N. A., L. Smith*, S. Bickford, M. Bice, and D. H. Ranglack. 2017. Evaluating the role of CSR and SLO in ecotourism: collaboration for economic and environmental sustainability of Arctic resources. Resources 6(2): 21.  (open access)

Ranglack, D. H., L. A. Neuman-Lee, S. S. French, and J. T. du Toit. 2017. Considerations of context and scale when using fecal glucocorticoids to indicate stress in large mammals: a study of wild American plains bison. Southwestern Naturalist 62(1): 62-68.

Ranglack, D. H., K. M. Proffitt, J. E. Canfield, J. A. Gude, J. J. Rotella, and R. A. Garrott. 2017. Security areas for maintaining elk on publically accessible lands during archery and rifle hunting seasons in western Montana. Journal of Wildlife Management. DOI: 10.1002/jwmg.21258. (open access)

Ranglack, D. H., L. K. Dobson, J. T. du Toit, and J. Derr. 2015. Genetic analysis of the Henry Mountains bison population. PLoS ONE 10(12): e0144239. (open access)

Ranglack, D. H. and J. T. du Toit. 2015. Habitat selection by free-ranging bison in a mixed grazing system on public land. Rangeland Ecology and Management 68(4): 349-353. (open access)

Ranglack, D. H. and J. T. du Toit. 2015. Bison with benefits: towards integrating wildlife and ranching sectors on a public rangeland in the western USA. Oryx. DOI: 10.1017/S0030605314001197 (open access)

Ranglack, D. H. and J. T. du Toit. 2015. Wild bison as ecological indicators of the effectiveness of management practices to increase forage quality on open rangeland. Ecological Indicators 56:145-151. (open access)

Ranglack, D. H., S. L. Durham and J. T. du Toit. 2015. Competition on the range: science versus perception in a bison-cattle conflict in the western USA. Journal of Applied Ecology 52(2):467-474. (EDITOR’S CHOICE, SOUTHWOOD PRIZE, open access)

Koons, D. N., P. Terletzky, P. B. Adler, M. L. Wolfe, D. H. Ranglack, F. P Howe, K. Hersey, W. Paskett, and J. T. du Toit. 2012. Climate and density-dependent drivers of recruitment in plains bison. Journal of Mammalogy 93(2): 475-481. (open access)


Publications in Review

Schlater, S. M.†, J. M. Ringenberg†, N. Bickford, and D. H. Ranglack. White-tailed jackrabbits (Lepus townsendii): A review and call for research.

Ritson, R.†, N. Bickford, and D. H. Ranglack. Can social media assist in describing animal responses to a solar eclipse? Relating social media to published research.

Wright, M.†, D. H. Ranglack, and N. Bickford. A comparison of prey availability at active and inactive northern goshawk nest areas in a dry forest landscape.

Adams, B.†, T. Boyer*, M. Albrecht, D. H. Ranglack, and N. Bickford. Using micro-system aquaponics to test for increased productivity through system design and manipulation.

Ranglack, D. H., K. M. Proffitt, J. E. Canfield, J. A. Gude, J. J. Rotella, and R. A. Garrott. Modeling broad-scale patterns of elk summer resource selection in western Montana using regional and population-specific models.

King, K. C., A. J. Caven, K. G. Leung, D. H. Ranglack, and N. Arcilla. High society: interactions of hierarchy and behavior in a semi-wild bison (Bison bison bison) herd.


Technical Reports

Ranglack, D. H., K. M. Proffitt, J. E. Canfield, J. A. Gude, J. J. Rotella, and R. A. Garrott. 2016. Evaluating elk summer resource selection and applications to summer range habitat management. Technical Report. DOI: 10.13140/RG.2.1.4262.2966

Ranglack, D. H., K. M. Proffitt, J. E. Canfield, J. A. Gude, J. J. Rotella, and R. A. Garrott. 2016. Security areas for maintaining elk on publicly accessible lands during archery and rifle hunting seasons in southwestern Montana. Technical Report. DOI: 10.13140/RG.2.1.1640.8567