Kate Kendall's Selected Publications (1997 - Present)

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Graves, Tabitha , Richard B. Chandler, J. Andrew Royle, Paul Beier, Katherine C. Kendall. Estimating landscape resistance to dispersal. Landscape ecology. 2014. (DOI) 10.1007/s10980-014-0056-5.

Stetz, J.B., K.C. Kendall, and A.C. Macleod. 2014. Black bear density in Glacier National Park, Montana. Wildlife Society Bulletin 38(1):60-70. DOI: 10.1002/wsb.356

Graves T.A., Royle J.A., Kendall K.C., Beier P., Stetz J.B., A. Macleod. 2012. Balancing Precision and Risk: Should Multiple Detection Methods Be Analyzed Separately in N-Mixture Models? PLoS ONE 7(12): e49410. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0049410

Jackson, J.A., L. Laikre, C.S. Baker, K.C. Kendall, and the Genetic monitoring Working Group. 2012. Guidelines for collecting and maintaining archives for genetic monitoring. Conservation Genetic Resources: 4(2):527-536.

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.

Graves, T.A., K.C. Kendall, J.A. Royle, J.B Stetz, and A.C. Macleod. 2011. Linking landscape characteristics to local grizzly bear abundance using multiple detection methods in a hierarchical model. Animal Conservation 2011:1-13. [doi:10.1111/j.1469-1795.2011.00471.x]

Hatala, Jaclyn A., Michael C. Dietze, Robert L. Crabtree, Katherine Kendall, Diana Six, and Paul R. Moorcroft. 2011. An ecosystem-scale model for the spread of a host-specific forest pathogen in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem. Ecological Applications 21:1138–1153. [doi:10.1890/09-2118.1]

Short Bull, R.A., S.A. Cushman, R. Mace, T. Chilton, K.C. Kendall, E.L. Landguth, M.K. Schwartz, K. McKelvey, F.W. Allendorf, and G. Luikart. 2011. Why replication is important in landscape genetics: American black bear in the Rocky Mountains. Molecular Ecology 20(6):1092-1107.

Stetz, J. B., K. C. Kendall, and C. Servheen. 2010. Evaluation of bear rub tree surveys to monitor grizzly bear population trends. Journal of Wildlife Management. 74(4):860-870. [abstract] [PDF version (800KB)]

Haroldson, M.A., C.C. Schwartz, K.C. Kendall, K.A. Gunther, D.S. Moody, K. Frey, and D. Paetkau. 2010. Genetic analysis of individual origins supports isolation of grizzly bears in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem. Ursus 21(1):1-13. [abstract] [PDF version]

Kendall, K. C., J. B. Stetz, J. Boulanger, A. C. Macleod, D. Paetkau, and G. C. White. 2009. Demography and genetic structure of a recovering brown bear population. Journal of Wildlife Management. 73 (1):3-17. [abstract] [PDF version (3550KB)]

Kendall, K. C., J. B. Stetz, D. A. Roon, L. P. Waits, J. B. Boulanger, and D. Paetkau. 2008. Grizzly Bear Density in Glacier National Park, Montana. Journal of Wildlife Management . 72(8):1693-1705. [abstract] [PDF version (1000KB)]

Kendall, K. C. and K. S. McKelvey. 2008. Hair Collection. In R. Long, P. MacKay, J. Ray, and W. Zielinski, editors. Noninvasive survey methods for North American Carnivores. Island Press. Washington, DC. [PDF version (800KB)]

Boulanger, J., K. C. Kendall, J. B. Stetz, D. A. Roon, L. A. Waits, and D. Paetkau. 2008. Multiple data sources improve DNA-based mark-recapture population estimates of grizzly bears. Ecological Applications. 18(3):577–589. [abstract] [PDF version (650KB)]

Murphy, M. A., K. C. Kendall, A. Robinson, and L. P. Waits. 2007. The impact of time and field conditions on brown bear (Ursus arctos) faecal DNA amplification. Conservation Genetics. 8(5):1219-1224. [abstract]

Roon, D. A., L. P. Waits, and K. C. Kendall. 2005. A simulation test of the effectiveness of several methods for error-checking non-invasive genetic data. Animal Conservation. 8:203-215. [abstract]

Roon, D. A., M. E. Thomas, K. C. Kendall, and L. P. Waits. 2005. Evaluating mixed samples as a source of error in non-invasive genetic studies using microsatellites. Molecular Ecology 14(1):195-201. [abstract]

Kendall, K. C. and J. M. Asebrook. 2005. The War Against Blister Rust in Yellowstone National Park, 1945-1978. in P. Schullery and S. Stevenson, editors. Proceedings of the Fourth Biennial Conference on the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem, Yellowstone Center for Resources, Yellowstone National Park, WY.

Roon, D. A., L. P. Waits, and K. C. Kendall. 2003. A quantitative evaluation of two methods for preserving hair samples. Molecular Ecology Notes. 3(1):163-166. [abstract]

Murphy, M. A., L. P. Waits, and K. C. Kendall. 2003. The influence of diet on faecal DNA amplification and sex identification in brown bears (Ursus arctos). Molecular Ecology. 12(8):2261-2265. [abstract]

Murphy, M. A., L. P. Waits, K. C. Kendall, S. K. Wasser, J. A. Higbee, and R. Bogden. 2002. An evaluation of long-term preservation methods for brown bear (Ursus arctos) faecal DNA samples. Conservation Genetics. 3(4):435-440. [abstract]

Tomback, D.F. and K. C. Kendall. 2002. Rocky Road in the Rockies: Challenges to Biodiversity. J. S. Baron, editor. Washington, DC.: Island Press;:153-180. (Book Chapter)

Tomback, D. F. and K. C. Kendall. 2001. Biodiversity losses: the downward spiral. Pages 243-262 in Tomback, D.F., S.F. Arno, and R.E. Keane, editors. Whitebark pine communities: Ecology and restoration. Island Press. Washington, DC. (Book Chapter)

Mattson, D. J., K. C. Kendall, and D. P. Reinhart. 2001. Whitebark pine, grizzly bears and red squirrels. Pages 121-136 in Tomback, D.F., S.F. Arno, and R.E. Keane, editors. Whitebark pine communities: Ecology and restoration. Island Press. Washington, DC. (Book Chapter)

Kendall, K. C. and R. E. Keane. 2001. Whitebark pine decline: Infection, mortality, and population trends. Pages 221-242 in Tomback, D.F., S.F. Arno, and R.E. Keane, editors. Whitebark pine communities: Ecology and restoration. Island Press. Washington, DC. (Book Chapter)

Kendall, K.C. 2000. Afterword in Skurzynksi, G. and A. Ferguson. The Hunted, National Geographic Society. Washington, DC.

Murphy, M. A., L. P. Waits, and K. C. Kendall. 2000. Quantitative evaluation of fecal drying methods for brown bear DNA analysis. Wildlife Society Bulletin 28:(4)951-957.

White, D. Jr., K.C. Kendall, and H.D. Picton. 1999. Potential energetic effects of mountain climbers on foraging grizzly bears in Glacier National Park, MT. Wildlife Society Bulletin 27(1):146-151.

Kendall, K. C. 1999. Sampling grizzlies with noninvasive techniques. National Park Service Natural Resource Year in Review 1999:20-22.

Kendall, K. C. 1998. Limber Pine. Page 486 in Mac, M.J., P.A. Opler, C.E. Puckett Haecker, and P.D. Doran, editors. Status and trends of the nations biological resources. 2 Vols. USDept. of the Interior. US Geological Survey, Reston, VA. 964 pp.

Kendall, K. C. 1998. Whitebark Pine. Pages 483-485 in Mac, M.J., P.A. Opler, C.E. Puckett Haecker, P.D. Doran, editors. Status and trends of the nations biological resources. 2 Vols. US Dept of the Interior. US Geological Survey, Reston, VA. 964 pp.

Kendall, K.C. 1998. Using DNA for long-term monitoring. Proceedings of International Conference on Bear Research and Management Workshop on Ecological and Conservation Applications of Bear Genetics. Workshop summary on IBA Web site: http://www.bearbiology.com.

Kendall, K.C. 1998. Restoring whitebark pine communities. Pg. 25-27 in Interpreting the landscape through science. Flathead Valley Community College, Kalispell, MT.

Kendall, K.C. and J.M. Asebrook. 1998. The war against blister rust in Yellowstone National Park, 1945-1978. The George Wright Forum. 15:(4)36-49.

Kendall, K.C. 1998. Whitebark and limber pine status in the Sweetgrass Hills. Nutcracker Notes 9:11.

Gniadek, S.J. and K.C. Kendall. 1998. A summary of bear management in Glacier National Park, Montana, 1960-1994. Ursus 10:155-159.

White, D. Jr., K.C. Kendall, and H.D. Picton. 1998. Seasonal changes in body composition and migration potential of army cutworm moths (Euxoa auxiliaris). Can. Journal of Zoology 76:835-842.

Kendall K.C, L.P Waits, D. Schirokauer. 1997. Using DNA to monitor grizzly and black bear populations. Greater Glacier Bear DNA Project Study Plan, USGS Glacier Field Station, W. Glacier, MT.

White, D.Jr., K.C. Kendall, and H.D. Picton. 1997. Grizzly bear feeding activity at alpine moth aggregation sites in Glacier National Park, Montana. Canadian Journal of Zoology 76(2):221-227.

Kendall, K.C. and D. Schirokauer. 1997. Alien threats and restoration dilemmas in whitebark and limber pine communities. Proceedings of the George Wright Society Conference on Research and Resource Management in Parks and on Public Lands 9: 218-225.

Welch, C.A, J. Keay, K.C. Kendall, and C.T. Robbins. 1997. Constraints to frugivory by bears. Ecology 78(4):1105-1119. [abstract] [PDF version (2000KB)]