Road Ecology Publications

McClure, M. F., J. A. Bissonette, and M. R. Conover. Migratory strategies, fawn recruitment, and winter habitat use by urban and rural mule deer (Odocoileus hemionus). 2005. European Journal of Wildlife Research 51:170-177. Published Online First 11 May 2005

Switalski, A., J. A. Bissonette, T. H, Deluca, C. H. Luce, and M. A. Madej. 2004. Benefits and impacts from road removal. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 2(1):21-28. (pdf)

Bissonette, J. A. 2002. Scaling Roads and Wildlife: The Cinderella Principle. Zeitschrift Für Jagdwissenschaft 2002 Supplement 48: 208-214.

Bissonette, J. A., and M. Hammer. 2000. Effectiveness Of Earthen Return Ramps in Reducing Big Game Highway Mortality in Utah. Project Report No. 1. USGS Utah Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit, Utah State University, Logan Utah. 2000:1-29.

Bissonette, J. A., M. E. Lehnert, and J. W. Haefner. 2000. Dead on The Road: Mitigative Models to Address Deer Highway Mortality. Abstract P. 52. In Wildlife and Highways: Seeking Solutions to an Ecological And Socio-Economic Dilemma. (Proceedings of The Symposium). 7th Ann. Meeting of the Wildlife Society, 12-16 September, Nashville Tx. (Abstract)

Bissonette, J. A., M. E. Lehnert, and M. Harrison. 2000. Lanes of Destruction: Effectiveness of Highway Right-if-Way Escape Structures for Mule Deer. Abstract P. 124. In Wildlife and Highways: Seeking Solutions To an Ecological and Socio-Economic Dilemma. (Proceedings of the Symposium). 7th Ann. Meeting of The Wildlife Society, 12-16 September, Nashville Tx. (Abstract)

Lehnert, M. E., J. A. Bissonette, and J. W. Haefner 1998. Deer (Cervidae) Highway Mortality: Using Models to Tailor Mitigative Efforts. Proceedings of The International Union of Game Biologists 23rd Congress: Game Management and Land Use in Open Landscapes. Gibier Faune Savage, Game Wildl. Vol 15 (Hors Serie Tome 3) 15:835-841

Lehnert, M. E., and J. A. Bissonette. 1997. Effectiveness of Highway Crosswalk Structures at Reducing Deer-Vehicle Collisions. Wildlife Society Bulletin 25:809-818.

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. Wildlife Soc. Bull. 24(2):276-283.

Lehnert, M. E., L. A. Romin, and J. A. Bissonette. 1996. Mule Deer-Highway Mortality in Northeastern Utah: Causes, Patterns, and a New Mitigative Technique. (9 Pages) In G. L. Evink, P. Garrett, D. Zeigler, And J. Berry, Eds., Trends in Addressing Transportation Related Wildlife Mortality. Proc. Transport. Related Wildlife Mortality Seminar, June 1996, Fla. Dept. Transport. Publ. No. Fl-Er-58-96 Tallahassee Fla. (Unpaginated).

Lehnert, M. E., J. A. Bissonette, and J. W. Haefner. . Modeling The Impacts Of Highway Mortality on a Utah Mule Deer Population.

Bissonette J. A., M. L.Hammer, and N. McCoy.. Getting deer off the road: A better way. Wildlife Society Bulletin.

John A. Bissonette
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