Peer Reviewed Journal Articles in Landscape Ecology

Bissonette, J. A. 1996. Linking temporal with spatial scales in wildlife research. Trans. 61st No. Am. Wildl. Natur. Resour. Conf. 61:161-168.

Hargis, C. D., J. A. Bissonette, and D. L. Turner. 1999. The influence of forest fragmentation and landscape pattern on American marten. J. Applied Ecology 36:157-172.

Bissonette, J. and I. Storch. 2003. Understanding Fragmentation: Getting Closer to 42. Conservation Ecology 7(2): r5. [online] URL: http://www.consecol.org/vol7/iss2/resp5

Bissonette, J. A., R. J. Fredrickson, and B. J. Tucker. 1989. American marten: a case for landscape management. Trans. North Amer. Wildl. and Nat. Resour. Conf. 54:89-101. (also published as a book chapter)

Bissonette, J. A., S. S. Sherburne, and R. D. Ramsey. 1994. Analyzing telemetry data by a GIS-based vector structure. Int. J. Geographical Information Systems. 8(6):533-543.

Adair, W. A., and J. A. Bissonette. 1995. Individual-based models as a forest management tool: the Newfoundland marten as a case study. Trans. 60th North American Wildlife & Natural Resources Conference, 60:251-257.

Romin, L. A., and J. A. Bissonette. 1996. Temporal and spatial distribution of highway mortality of mule deer on newly constructed roads at Jordanelle Reservoir, Utah. Great Basin Nat. 56:1-11.

Romin, L. A., and J. A. Bissonette. 1996. Deer-vehicle collisions: nationwide status of state monitoring activities and efforts. Wildl. Soc. Bull. 24(2):276-283.

Sturtevant, B. J., and J. A. Bissonette. 1996. Temporal and spatial dynamics of forest structure in western Newfoundland: silvicultural implications for marten habitat management. Forest Ecology and Management. 87:13-25.

Bissonette, J. A., and M. J. Steinkamp. 1996. Bighorn sheep response to ephemeral habitat fragmentation. Great Basin Naturalist 56:319-325.

Sturtevant, B. J., and J. A. Bissonette. 1997. Coarse woody debris as a function of age, stand structure, and disturbance in boreal Newfoundland. Ecological Applications 7(2) :702-712.

Hargis, C. D., J. A. Bissonette, and J. L. David. 1998. The behavior of landscape metrics commonly used in the study of habitat fragmentation. Landscape Ecology 13:167-186.

Bissonette, J. A. 2002. Scaling roads and Wildlife: the Cinderella Principle. Zeitschrift f�r Jagdwissenschaft 2000 supplement 48: 208-214.

Bissonette, J. A. and I. Storch. 2002. Fragmentation: is the message clear. Conservation Ecology 6(2): 14. [online] URL: http://www.consecol.org/vol6/iss2/art14 .

Bissonette, J. A. 2002. Linking theory, data, and practice in conservation: implications for fragmentation studies. Revista De Biologia 20(1-4): 7-16

John A. Bissonette
John A. Bissonette

Wildland Resources Dept. College of Natural Resources
Utah State University
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