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2013

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Development of a collaborative science plan to evaluate the conservation efficacy of a no-fishing, no-anchor marine reserve in Dry Tortugas National Park, Florida, USA, David E. Hallac, John H. Hunt, Douglas Morrison, Alice Clarke, Tracy A. Ziegler, William C. Sharp, and Robert Johnson

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THE EARLIEST KNOWN FISHER (MUSTELIDAE), A NEW SPECIES FROM THE RATTLESNAKE FORMATION OF OREGON, Joshua X. Samuels and Jennifer Cavin

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The role of forage availability on diet choice and body condition in American beavers (Castor canadensis), William J. Severud, Steve K. Windels, Jerrold L. Belant, and John G. Bruggink

2012

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A riverscape perspective of Pacific salmonids and aquatic habitats prior to large-scale dam removal in the Elwha River, Washington, USA, S. J. Brenkman, Jeff J. Duda, Christian E. Torgersen, Ethan Welty, G.R. Pess, R. Peters, and M.L. Mchenry

2011

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Evolution in coyotes (Canis latrans) in response to the megafaunal extinctions, Julie Meachen and Joshua Samuels

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Principles of Successful Civic Engagement in the National Park Service, Molly Russell

2010

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Hopewell Newsletter- June 2010, Erin C. Dempsey, Jennifer Pederson Weinberger, Kathy Brady, Amanda J. Landon, Ann Bauermeister, and Steven L. DeVore

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Sitka National Historical Park The Archeology Of The Fort Unit: Volume I: Results Of The 2005-2008 Inventory, William J. Hunt Jr.

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Heritage Matters- Spring 2010, Brian D. Joyner, Jonathan B. Jarvis, Christine S. Lehnertz, Antoinette J. Lee, and J. Paul Loether

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Heritage Matters- Fall 2010, Brian D. Joyner, Jonathan B. Jarvis, Stephanie Toothman, Antoinette J. Lee, J. Paul Loether, and Christine H. Messing

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Evaluation of Bear Rub Surveys to Monitor Grizzly Bear Population Trends, Jeffrey B. Stetz, Katherine C. Kendall, and Christopher Servheen

2009

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Heritage Matters- Fall 2009, Brian D. Joyner

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Heritage Matters- Spring 2009, Brian D. Joyner, Daniel Wenk, Janet Snyder Matthews, Antoinette J. Lee, and J. Paul Loether

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Demography and Genetic Structure of a Recovering Grizzly Bear Population, Katherine C. Kendall, Jeffrey B. Stetz, John Boulanger, Amy MacLeod, David Paetkau, and Gary White

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Footprints- In the Footprints of Squier and Davis: Archeological Fieldwork in Ross County, Ohio, Mark J. Lynott, Jennifer Pederson-Weinberger, N'omi B. Greber, Orrin C. Shane III, Bret J. Ruby, William H. Pickard, Jeffrey W. Weinberger, William S. Dancey, Jarrod Burks, Dawn Walter Gagliano, John Weymouth, Bruce Bevan, Rinita Dalan, Rolfe D. Mandel, and Katherine A. Spielmann

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The Archaeology of the Donner Party Review, Douglas D. Scott

2008

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Responding to Shrinking Budgets: How to Keep Controlling Invasive Plants with Reduced Program Funding, James Åkerson

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Remarks of the Director, U.S. National Park Service, at the Plenary Session on North American Park Directors and Global Change, Mary A. Bomar

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Multiple Data Sources Improve DNA-Based Mark–Recapture Population Estimates of Grizzly Bears, John Boulanger, Katherine C. Kendall, Jeffrey B. Stetz, David A. Roon, Lisette P. Waits, and David Paetkau

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The Effects of Fire on Beach Grass (Ammophila breviligulata) at Apostle Islands National Lakeshore, Peggy Burkman

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Understanding Oversnow Vehicle Noise Impacts, Shan Burson

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“Rats and Weeds and Lizards—Oh My!” Eradication of Rattus rattus and Control of Invasive Exotic Plants on Buck Island, U.S. Virgin Islands, D. W. Clark, Z. Hillis-Starr, and C. Furqueron

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Effective Resource Advising and Suppression Rehabilitation, BAER Teams, Planning, and Assessments, Sandee Dingman

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Paleontological Parks and Global Change, Regan Dunn, Theodore Fremd, and Matthew Smith

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Developing Integrated Assessments for National Capital Region Network Parks: An Example from Rock Creek Park, Lisa N. Florkowski, William C. Dennison, Todd R. Lookingbill, Tim J.B. Carruthers, Jane M. Hawkey, and Shawn L. Carter

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The Science of Large Dam Removal: Removing Dams on the Elwha River, Olympic National Park, Jerry Freilich

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When It’s Better Not to Manage NPS Resources, Jerry Freilich and Phillip Cafaro

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Restoring Burned Area Fire Regimes at Zion National Park, Kelly Fuhrmann

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National Park Service CD Workbook for Planning, and Specifications for Ecological Restoration, Wendell Hassell, Nancy Dunckle, David Steensen, and Sarah Wynn

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Global Climate Change: Leadership in the Pacific West Region, Jonathan B. Jarvis

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The Natural Resource Challenge: A Retrospective and View to the Future, Jonathan B. Jarvis

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Heritage Matters- August/September 2008, Brian D. Joyner

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Heritage Matters- January/February 2008, Brian D. Joyner

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Grizzly Bear Density in Glacier National Park, Montana, Katherine C. Kendall, Jeffrey Stetz, David A. Roon, Lisette P. Waits, John Boulanger, and David Paetkau

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Determining the Disturbance Effect on Forest Development for Use in Park Management Plans, Bruce Larson, Regina Rochefort, and Mariano Amoroso

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A Comparison of Wildlife Management in Mid-size Parks in South Africa and the United States, Daniel S. Licht, Rob Slotow, and Joshua Millspaugh

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23. Archeology and Civic Engagement, Barbara J. Little and Nathaniel Amdur-Clark

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Great Lakes Research and Education Center, Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore: Connecting Research, Education, and Outreach through Research Internships, Joy Marburger

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Managing to Give Nature a Chance, Jerry M. Mitchell

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Drawing a Line in the Tundra: Conservationists and the Mount McKinley Park Road, Frank Norris

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Cost-Effective Mapping of Invasive Plants Using Systematic Reconnaissance Flights (SRFs), Tony Pernas and Amy Ferriter

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Agency-Sponsored Treasure Hunts: Providing Alternatives to Traditional Geocaching, Virginia Reams and Stuart West

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Using Students to Monitor the Effects of Ground-level Ozone on Plants, Susan Sachs

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Citizen Science: A Best Practices Manual and How it Can be Applied, Susan Sachs, Paul E. Super, and Michelle Prysby

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Research Learning Centers: Promoting Resource Stewardship through Partnerships, Susan Sachs, Theresa Thom, Mac Brock, and Kim Tripp

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How Do You Manage Your Resources if They are being Stolen and Sold at the Swap Meet?, Todd Swain

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Methods of Public Engagement, Denice Swanke

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Multistage Research to Assist with Pricing the New Recreation Pass, Patricia A. Taylor, Burke D. Grandjean, David M. Aadland, Bistra Anatchkova, Jason F. Shogren, and Benjamin Simon

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A Decade of Study into Repository Fees for Archeological Curation, S. Terry Childs and Seth Kagan

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Ivory-billed Woodpecker Searches with Citizen Scientists: Lessons Learned at Congaree National Park, Theresa Thom

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Bears, Fish, Archeology, and Deferred Maintenance at Brooks Camp, Katmai National Park and Preserve, Dale Vinson

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Beyond Hunting: Increasing Options for Effective Wildlife Management in the National Park System, Margaret A. Wild, Therese Johnson, Michael Mayer, and Gary Johnston

2007

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Mammal Inventories for Eight National Parks in the Southern Colorado Plateau Network, Michael A. Bogan, Keith Geluso, Shauna Haymond, and Ernest W. Valdez

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First Report of Jefferson's Ground Sloth (Megalonyx Jeffersonii) in North Dakota: Paleobiogeographical and Paleoecological Significance, John W. Hoganson and H. Gregory McDonald

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Heritage Matters- January 2007, Brian D. Joyner, Mary A. Bomar, Janet Snyder Matthews, and Antoinette J. Lee

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Technical Brief 21: Peer Review of Federal Archeological Projects and Programs, Bennie Keel, Barbara J. Little, Martha Graham, Mary Carroll, and Francis P. McManamon

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Technical Brief 22: Developing and Implementing Archeological Site Stewardship Programs, Sophia Kelly

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Technical Brief 20: Archeological Resource Damage Assessment: Legal Basis and Methods, Martin E. McAllister and Francis P. McManamon

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The impact of time and field conditions on brown bear (Ursus arctos) faecal DNA amplification, Melanie A. Murphy, Katherine C. Kendall, Andrew P. Robinson, and Lisette P. Waits

2006

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Exploratory Analyses of Contemporary Human Activity at Prehistoric Sites in Southwest Colorado, Ralph J. Hartley and Anne M. Wolley Vawser

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Heritage Matters- March 2006, Brian D. Joyner, Fran P. Mainella, Janet Snyder Matthews, Antoinette J. Lee, and John W. Roberts

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Hopewell Archeology: Volume 7, Number 1, December 2006, Mark J. Lynott, Ann Bauermeister, and Christel M. Baldia

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Technical Brief 19: Archeological Collections and the Public: Using Resources for the Public Benefit, Teresa S. Moyer

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Results from a Decade of Black-Tailed Prairie Dog Monitoring, David Peitz and J. Tyler Cribbs

2005

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Rockshelters, Rock Art and Grinding Activity in the Picket Wire Canyonlands, Ralph J. Hartley and Anne M. Wolley Vawser

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Spatial patterns of cadmium and lead deposition on and adjacent to National Park Service lands in the vicinity of Red Dog Mine, Alaska, L. Hasselbach, J.M. Ver Hoef, J. Ford, P. Neitlich, E. Crecelius, S. Berryman, B. Wolk, and T. Bohle

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Heritage Matters- July 2005, Brian D. Joyner, Fran P. Mainella, Janet Snyder Matthews, and Antoinette J. Lee

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Short-Term Impacts of Military Overflights on Caribou During Calving Season, James P. Lawler, Audrey J. Magoun, C. Tom Seaton, Craig L. Gardner, Rodney D. Boertje, Jay M. Ver Hoef, and Patricia A. Del Vecchio

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Evaluating mixed samples as a source of error in non-invasive genetic studies using microsatellites, David A. Roon, Miranda E. Thomas, Katherine C. Kendall, and Lisette P. Waits

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A simulation test of the effectiveness of several methods for error-checking non-invasive genetic data, David A. Roon, Lisette P. Waits, and Katherine C. Kendall

2004

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The Analysis Of A Late Holocene Bison Skull From The Ashley National Forest, Utah, Kenneth P. Cannon

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A BRIEF ETHNOGRAPHY OF MAGNOLIA PLANTATION: PLANNING FOR CANE RIVER CREOLE NATIONAL HISTORICAL PARK, Muriel (Miki) Crespi

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Assessing Contemporary Human Activity at Sites in the Anasazi Archeological District, San Juan National Forest: A Quantitative Approach, Ralph J. Hartley and Anne M. Wolley Vawser

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Human Modifications to the Landscape of Hunt and Sheep Mountains, Wyoming: Exploring Socially Constructed Space, Ralph J. Hartley and Anne M. Wolley Vawser

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Heritage Matters- June 2004, Brian D. Joyner, Fran P. Mainella, Janet S. Matthews, John Robbins, and Antoinette J. Lee

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Hopewell Archeology: Volume 6, Number 1, Mark J. Lynott, Tristan T. Almazan, Stephen E. Nash, Lauren Zych, Ann Bauermeister, Jarrod Burks, Jennifer Pederson Weinberger, Lynette Willsey, Dawn Walter Gagliano, Kathy Brady-Rawlins, and John M. Andresen

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Heritage Matters- December 2004, Fran P. Mainella, Janet Snyder Matthews, John Robbins, Antoinette J. Lee, and Brian D. Joyner

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Technical Brief 18: Protecting Archeological Sites on Eroding Shorelines: A Hay Bales Approachrotecting Archeological Sites on Eroding Shorelines: A Hay Bales Approach, Robert M. Thorne, Francis P. McManamon, and S. Terry Childs

2003

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IMPLEMENTING THE ANTIQUITIES ACT: A SURVEY OF ARCHEOLOGICAL PERMITS 1906-1935, Kathleen D. Browning

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1. Costs of Curating Archeological Collections: A study of repository fees in 2002 and 1997/98, S. Terry Childs and Karolyn Kinsey

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The influence of diet on faecal DNA amplification and sex identification in brown bears (Ursus arctos), Melanie A. Murphy, Lisette P. Waits, and Katherine C. Kendall

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PERMITTING ARCHEOLOGY – AN OVERVIEW OF THE NATIONAL ARCHEOLOGICAL DATABASE, PERMITS MODULE, S. Terry Childs, Jennifer Hembree, and Rachel Berry

2002

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Hopewell Archeology: Volume 5, Number 2, December 2002, N'omi B. Greber and Frank L. Cowan

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Marking Places in the Southern Black Hills: A Preliminary Analysis, Ralph J. Hartley and Anne M. Wolley Vawser

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THE ARCHEOLOGY OF MUMMY CAVE, WYOMING: AN INTRODUCTION TO SHOSHONEAN PREHISTORY, Wilfred M. Husted and Robert Edgar

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Hopewell Archeology: Volume 5, Number 1, June 2002, Mark J. Lynott, Jennifer Pederson Weinberger, and Jarrod Burks

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An evaluation of long-term preservation methods for brown bear (Ursus arctos) faecal DNA samples, Melanie A. Murphy, Lisette P. Waits, Katherine C. Kendall, Samuel K. Wasser, Jerry A. Higbee, and Robert Bogden

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A SURVEY OF SHPO ARCHEOLOGICAL REPORTS BIBLIOGRAPHIC SYSTEMS, 2002, S. Terry Childs and Karolyn Kinsey

2001

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Hopewell Archeology: Volume 4, Number 2, May 2001, Mark J. Lynott, Jarrod Burks, Jennifer Pederson, and William F. Romain

2000

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The History of Archeological Research at Medicine Creek Reservoir, Robert Blasing

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Hopewell Archeology: Volume 4, Number 1, June 2000, John R. Halsey, Jeffrey J. Richner, and William J. Volf

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Dynamics of Green Ash Woodlands in Theodore Roosevelt National Park, Lynn R. Irby; Jack E. Norland; Mark G. Sullivan; Jerry A. Westfall, Jr.; and Paula Andersen

1999

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Hopewell Archeology: Volume 3, Number 2, April 1999, N'omi B. Greber, John E. Kelly, and Mark Schurr

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Emergency Archeology in the Missouri River Basin: The Role of the Missouri River Basin Project and the Midwest Archeological Center in the Interagency Archeological Salvation Program, 1946-1975, Thomas D. Thiessen

1998

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Geophysical Exploration for Archaeology: An Introduction to Geophysical Exploration, Bruce W. Bevan

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Technical Brief 2: Arizona Archeology Week: Promoting the Past to the Public, Teresa L. Hoffman and Shereen Lerner

1997

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The Analysis of a Late Holocene Bison Skull from Fawn Creek, Lemhi County, Idaho, and Its Implications for Understanding the History and Ecology of Bison in the Intermountain West, Kenneth P. Cannon

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Technical Brief 15: State Archeology Weeks: Interpreting Archeology for the Public, Mara Greengrass

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Hopewell Archeology: Volume 2, Number 2, October 1997, Bret J. Ruby

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Constraints On Frugivory By Bears, Christy A. Welch, Jeffrey Keay, Katherine C. Kendall, and Charles T. Robbins