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1990

DISAPPEARANCE AND RECOVERABILITY OF SONGBIRD CARCASSES IN FRUIT ORCHARDS, Mark E. Tobin and Richard A. Dolbeer

1989

Biochemical and Morphological Characteristics in Maturing Achenes from Purple-Hulled and Oilseed Sunflower Cultivars, Roger W. Bullard, Paul P. Woronecki, Richard A. Dolbeer, and J. Russell Mason

Herring Gulls, Larus argentatus, Nesting on Sandusky Bay, Lake Erie, 1989, Richard A. Dolbeer, P.P. Woronecki, T. W. Seamans, B. N. Buckingham, and E. C. Cleary

THE USE OF BANDING RECOVERY DATA TO ESTIMATE DISPERSAL RATES AND GENE FLOW IN AVIAN SPECIES: CASE STUDIES IN THE RED-WINGED BLACKBIRD AND COMMON GRACKLE , William S. Moore and Richard A. Dolbeer

1988

MANAGEMENT OF FRUIT BAT AND RAT POPULATIONS IN THE MALDIVE ISLANDS, INDIAN OCEAN, Richard R. Dolbeer, Lynwood R. Fiedler, and Hussain Rasheed

Expected Mean Squares on MS-DOS, Richard M. Engeman and Amber D. Lusk

Nonparametric Comparison of Exponential Growth Curves, Russel S. Rickard, Richard M. Engeman, and Gary O. Zerbe

1987

Blackbird and Starling Feeding Behavior on Ripening Corn Ears, Glen E. Bernhardt, Lynda Van Allsbur, and Richard A. Dolbeer

1985

HABITAT SUITABILITY INDEX MODELS: SNOWSHOE HARE, R.G. Carreker

SEX-SPECIFIC FEEDING HABITS OF BROWN-HEADED COWBIRDS IN NORTHERN OHIO IN JANUARY, Richard A. Dolbeer and Cynthia R. Smith

1984

Statistical Consulting in a Geographically Dispersed Organization, Richard M. Engeman and William E. Dusenberry

1983

SURVIVAL ANALYSIS FOR A RED SQUIRREL POPULATION, Curtis H. Halvorson and Richard M. Engeman

SERUM CONCENTRATIONS OF PITUITARY AND ADRENAL HORMONES IN FEMALE PIGS EXPOSED TO TWO PHOTOPERIODS, Robert R. Kraeling, George B. Rampacek, John W. Mabry, Fred L. Cunningham, and Carl A. Pinkert

1982

MIGRATION PATTERNS FOR AGE AND SEX CLASSES OF BLACKBIRDS AND STARLINGS, Richard A. Dolbeer

Expected Mean Squares, Richard M. Engeman

THE EFFECT OF ARTIFICIALLY EXTENDED PHOTOPERIOD DURING LACTATION ON MATERNAL PERFORMANCE OF THE SOW, John W. Mabry, Fred L. Cunningham, Robert R. Kraeling, and George B. Rampacek

In Search of a Diversity Ethic For Wildlife Managemen, Fred B. Samson and Fritz L. Knopf

1980

Blackbirds and Corn in Ohio, Richard A. Dolbeer

Mustela nigripes, Conrad N. Hillman and Tim W. Clark

COMPENSATORY RESPONSE OF MATURING CORN KERNELS FOLLOWING SIMULATED DAMAGE BY BIRDS, Paul P. WORONECKI, Robert A. Stehn, and Richard A. Dolbeer

1979

The Challenge of Cost-Benefit Determinations in Bird Damage Control Programs, Richard A. Dolbeer

Hazards to wildlife associated with 1080 baiting for California ground squirrels, Paul L. Hegdal, Thomas A. Gatz, Kathleen A. Fagerstone, James F. Glahn, and George H. Matschke

PRIMARY AND SECONDARY LOSSES IN CORN FOLLOWING SIMULATED BIRD DAMAGE, Paul P. Woronecki, Robert H. Stehn, and Richard A. Dolbeer

1978

MOVEMENT AND MIGRATION PATTERNS OF RED-WINGED BLACKBIRDS: A CONTINENTAL OVERVIEW, Richard A. Dolbeer

AGRICULTURAL IMPACT OF A WINTER POPULATION OF BLACKBIRDS AND STARLINGS, Richard A. Dolbeer, Paul P. Woronecki, Allen R. Stickley Jr., and Stephen B. White

1976

RESPONSE OF MATURING CORN TO SIMULATED BIRD DAMAGE, Paul P. Woronecki, Charles R. Ingram, and Richard A. Dolbeer

1973

REPRODUCTION IN THE RED SQUIRREL (TAMIASCIURUS HUDSONICUS) IN COLORADO, Richard A. Dolbeer

A FIELD TEST OF METHIOCARB EFFICACY IN REDUCING BIRD DAMAGE TO MICHIGAN BLUEBERRIES, Richard A. Dolbeer, Charles R. Ingram, and Allen R. Stickley Jr.

1970

WINTER BEHAVIOR OF THE EASTERN BOX TURTLE, TERRAPENE C. CAROLINA L., IN EASTERN TENNESSEE, Richard A. Dolbeer

1888

REPORT ON NEBRASKA INSECTS, Lawrence Bruner