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Teisberg, J. E., Haroldson, M. A., Schwartz, C. C., Gunther, K. A., Fortin, J. K. and Robbins, C. T. (2014), Contrasting past and current numbers of bears visiting Yellowstone cutthroat trout streams. The Journal of Wildlife Management. doi: 10.1002/jwmg.667

Schwartz, Charles C., Mark A. Haroldson, Kerry A. Gunther, and Charles T. Robbins. Omnivory and the Terrestrial Food Web — Yellowstone Grizzly Bear Diets. Pages 109 – 126 in White, P.J., Robert A. Garrot, and Glenn E. Plumb. 2013. Yellowstone’s Wildlife in Transition. Harvard University Press. Cambridge, MA. 347 pp.

Interagency Grizzly Bear Study Team. 2012. Updating and evaluating approaches to estimate population size and sustainable mortality limits for grizzly bears in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem. Interagency Grizzly Bear Study Team, U.S. Geological Survey, Northern Rocky Mountain Science Center, Bozeman, Montana, USA.

Hopkins III, John B., P.L. Koch, C.C. Schwartz, J.M. Ferguson, S.S. Greenleaf, and S.T. Kalinowski. 2012. Stable Isotopes to Detect Food-Conditioned Bears and to Evaluate Human-Bear Management. The Journal of Wildlife Management. 76(4):703–713; 2012; DOI: 10.1002/jwmg.318

Schwartz C.C., Gude P.H., Landenburger L., Haroldson M.A., Podruzny S. 2012. Impacts of rural development on Yellowstone wildlife: linking grizzly bear Ursus arctos demographics with projected residential growth. Wildlife Biology 18(3):246-263.

Proctor, M.F., et al. 2012. Population Fragmentation and Inter-Ecosystem Movements of Grizzly Bears in Western Canada and the Northern United States. Wildlife Monographs. 180:1-46. doi: 10.1002/wmon.6.

Mace, R. D., et al. 2011. Grizzly bear population vital rates and trend in the Northern Continental Divide Ecosystem, Montana. The Journal of Wildlife Management. 76(1): 119-128. doi: 10.1002/jwmg.250.

Harris, R.B., C.C. Schwartz, R.D. Mace, and M.A. Haroldson. 2011. Study design and sampling intensity for demographic analyses of bear populations. Ursus 22(1):24-36.

Jean, C., E. Shanahan, R. Daley, S. Podruzny, J. Canfield, G. DeNitto, D., Reinhart, C. Schwartz. 2011. Monitoring insect and disease in whitebark pine (Pinus albicaulis) in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem. Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem for the Yellowstone Science conference proceedings.

Hopkins, J.B., S. Herrero, R. Shideler, K. Gunter, C. Schwartz, and S. Kalinowski. 2010. A proposed lexicon of terms and concepts for human–bear management in North America. Ursus 21(2):154-168.

Schwartz, C. C., S.L. Cain, S. Podruzny, S. Cherry, and L. Frattaroli. 2010. Contrasting Activity Patterns of Sympatric and Allopatric Black and Grizzly Bears. Journal of Wildlife Management 74(8):1628-1638.

Schwartz, C. C., M. A. Haroldson, S. Cherry, and K. A. Keating. 2008. Evaluation of rules to distinguish unique female grizzly bears with cubs in Yellowstone. Journal of Wildlife Management 72(2).

Harris, R. B., G. C. White, C. C. Schwartz, and M. A. Haroldson. 2008. Population growth of Yellowstone grizzly bears: Uncertainty and future monitoring. Ursus 18:168-178.

Cherry, S. G. C. White, K. A. Keating, M. A. Haroldson, and C. C. Schwartz. 2007. Evaluating estimators of the number of females with cubs-of-the-year in Yellowstone grizzly bear population. Journal of Agricultural, Biological, and Environmental Statistics 12:195–215.

Schwartz, C. C., and K. Gunther. 2006. Grizzly bear management in Yellowstone National Park: the heart of recovery in the Yellowstone Ecosystem. Pages 232–242 in D. R. McCullough, K. Kaji, and M. Yamanaka editors, Wildlife in Shiretoko and Yellowstone National Parks. Shiretoko Nature Foundation.

Schwartz, C. C., M. A. Haroldson, K. Gunther, and D. Moody. 2006. Distribution of grizzly bears in the greater Yellowstone ecosystem, 2004. Ursus 17:63–66.

Robison, H. L., C. C. Schwartz, J. D. Petty, and P. F. Brussard. 2006. Assessment of pesticide residues in army cutworm moths (Euxoa auxiliaris) from the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem and their potential consequences to foraging grizzly bears (Ursus arctos horribilis). Chemosphere 64:1704–1712.

Robbins, C. T., C. C. Schwartz, K. A. Gunther, and C. Servheen. 2006. Grizzly bear nutrition and ecology studies in Yellowstone National Park. Yellowstone Science 14:19–26.

Schwartz, C. C., M. A. Haroldson, and S. Cherry. 2006. Reproductive performance for grizzly bears in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem, 1983-2002. Chapter 3, in Schwartz, C. C., M. A. Haroldson, G. C. White, R. B. Harris, S. Cherry, K. A. Keating, D. Moody, and C. Servheen. monograph coverTemporal, spatial, and environmental influences on the demographics of the Yellowstone grizzly bear. Wildlife Monograph 161.

Schwartz, C. C., M. A. Haroldson, and G. C. White. 2006. Survival for cub and yearling grizzly bears in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem, 1983–2001. Chapter 4, in Schwartz, C. C., M. A. Haroldson, G. C. White, R. B. Harris, S. Cherry, K. A. Keating, D. Moody, and C. Servheen. Temporal, spatial, and environmental influences on the demographics of the Yellowstone grizzly bear. Wildlife Monograph 161.

Haroldson, M. A., C. C. Schwartz, and G. C. White. 2006. Environmental influences on grizzly bear survival in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem, 1983-2001. Chapter 5, in Schwartz, C. C., M. A. Haroldson, G. C. White, R. B. Harris, S. Cherry, K. A. Keating, D. Moody, and C. Servheen. Temporal, spatial, and environmental influences on the demographics of the Yellowstone grizzly bear. Wildlife Monograph 161.

Harris, R. B., C. C. Schwartz, M. A. Haroldson, and G. C. White. 2006. Trajectory of the Yellowstone grizzly bear population under possible future survival rates. Chapter 6, in Schwartz, C. C., M. A. Haroldson, G. C. White, R. B. Harris, S. Cherry, K. A. Keating, D. Moody, and C. Servheen. Temporal, spatial, and environmental influences on the demographics of the Yellowstone grizzly bear. Wildlife Monograph 161.

Schwartz, C. C., R. B. Harris, and M. A. Haroldson. 2006. Impacts of spatial and environmental heterogeneity on grizzly bear demographics in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem: a source-sink dynamic with management consequences. Chapter 7, in Schwartz, C. C., M. A. Haroldson, G. C. White, R. B. Harris, S. Cherry, K. A. Keating, D. Moody, and C. Servheen. Temporal, spatial, and environmental influences on the demographics of the Yellowstone grizzly bear. Wildlife Monograph 161.

Schwartz, C. C., J. E. Swenson, and S. D. Miller. 2005. a href="/files/norock/products/Alces39_41.pdf" target="_blank">Large carnivores, moose, and humans: a changing paradigm of predator management in the 21st century. Alces 39:41-63.

Schwartz, C.C., K.A. Keating, H.V. Reynolds, III, V.G. Barnes, Jr., R.A. Sellers, J.E. Swenson, S.D. Miller, B.N. McLellan, J. Keay, R. McCann, M. Gibeau, W.F. Wakkinen, R.D. Mace, W. Kasworm, R. Smith, and S. Herrero. 2003. Reproductive maturation and senescence in the female brown bear. Ursus 14(2):109-119.

Schwartz CC, Swenson JE, Miller SD. 2003. Large carnivores, moose, and humans: a changing paradigm of predator management in the 21st century. Alces 39:41-63.

Schwartz, C. C., S. D. Miller, and M. Haroldson. 2003. Grizzly bear. Pages 556-586 in G. Feldhamer, B. Thompson, and J. Chapman, editors. Wild Mammals of North America. The Johns Hopkins University Press. Baltimore, MD.

Felicetti, L. A., C. C. Schwartz, R. O. Rye, M. A. Haroldson, K. A. Gunther, D. L. Phillips, and C. T. Robbins. 2003. Use of sulfur and nitrogen stable isotopes to determine the importance of whitebark pine nuts to Yellowstone grizzly bears. Canadian Journal of Zoology 81:1-8.

Schwartz, C. C., M. A. Haroldson, K. A. Gunther, and D. Moody. 2002. Distribution of grizzly bears in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem, 1990-2000. Ursus 13:203-212.

Schwartz, C. C. 2002. The paradigm of grizzly bear restoration in North America. Pages 225-229 in D. S. Maehr, R. F. Noss, and J. L. Larkin, editors. Large Mammal Restoration: ecology and sociological considerations on the 21st century. Island Press, Washington, D.C.

Keating, K. A., C. C. Schwartz, M. A. Haroldson, and D. Moody. 2002. Estimating numbers of females with cubs-of-the-year in the Yellowstone grizzly bear population. Ursus 13:161-174.

Schwartz, C. C., and S. M. Arthur. 2000. Radio-tracking large wilderness mammals: Integration of GPS and Argos technologies. Ursus 11:261-274.

Arthur, S. M., and C. C. Schwartz. 2000. Effects of sample size and sampling frequency on studies of brown bear home ranges and habitat use. Ursus 11:139-148.

Hilderbrand, G. V., C. C. Schwartz, C. T. Robbins, M. E. Jacoby, T. A. Hanley, K. Titus, and C. Servheen. 1999. Importance of meat, particularly salmon, to body size, population productivity, and conservation of North American brown bears. Canadian Journal of Zoology 77:132-138.

Schwartz, C. C. 1998. Reproduction, natality, and growth. Pages 141-172 in A. W. Franzmann and C. C. Schwartz, editors. Ecology and management of North American Moose. Smithsonian Institution Press, Washington, D.C.

Schwartz, C. C., and L. A. Renecker. 1998. Nutrition and energetics. Pages 441-478 in A. W. Franzmann and C. C. Schwartz, editors. Ecology and management of North American Moose. Smithsonian Institution Press, Washington, D.C.

Schwartz, C. C., S. L. Monfort, P. H. Dennis, and K. J. Hundertmark. 1995. Fecal progestagen concentration as an indicator of the estrous cycle and pregnancy in moose. Journal of Wildlife Management 59:580-583.

Schwartz, C. C., K. J. Hundertmark, and E. F. Becker. 1994. Growth of moose calves conceived during the first versus second estrus. Alces 30:91-100.

Schwartz, C. C., and K. J. Hundertmark. 1993. Reproductive characteristics of Alaskan moose. Journal of Wildlife Management 57:454-468.

Schwartz, C. C., and A. W. Franzmann. 1992. Dispersal and mortality rates of subadult black bears from the Kenai Peninsula, Alaska. Journal of Wildlife Management 56:426-431.

Schwartz, C. C., and A. W. Franzmann. 1991. Interrelationship of black bears to moose and forest succession in the northern coniferous forest. Wildlife Monographs 113. 58 pp.