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    Papers Published in 2014:

                Fernandez, J. A., M. S. Hafner, and D. J. Hafner. 2014. Conservation status of rodents of the families Geomyidae and Heteromyidae. Revista Mexicana de

                Biodiversidad, in press.

                Hope, A.G., N. Panter, J. A. Cook, S. L. Talbot, and D. Nagorsen. 2014. Multi-locus phylogeography and systematic revision of North American water shrews 

                (genus: Sorex). Journal of Mammalogy, in press.

                Hafner, M. S., D. J. Hafner, E. E. Gonzáles, J. W. Demastes, T. A. Spradling, and F. A. Cervantes. 2014. Rediscovery of the pocket gopher Orthogeomys

                 lanius (Rodentia: Geomyidae) in Veracruz, Mexico. Journal of Mammalogy, in press.

                Mathis, V. L., M. S. Hafner, and D. J. Hafner. Evolution and phylogeography of the Thomomys umbrinus species complex (Rodentia: Geomyidae). Journal of

                Mammalogy.  In press

    Papers Published In 2013:

               Cook, J. A. 2013. A Splendid Southern Synthesis. Bioscience 63:304-305.

    Cook, J. A. and S. O. MacDonald. 2013. Island life: Coming to grips with the insular nature of North Pacific Coastal Forests. Pp. 19-42, In Conservation of North Pacific Coastal Forests, Orians, G. H., and J. W. Schoen, eds. Univ. Washington Press, Seattle.

    Cook, J. A., C. Brochmann, S. L. Talbot, V. Fedorov, E. B. Taylor, R. Väinölä, E.P. Hoberg, M. Kholodova, K. P. Magnusson. 2013. Genetic Perspectives on Arctic Biodiversity. In Arctic Biodiversity Assessment. Conservation of Arctic Fauna and Flora Committee, Copenhagen

    Dawson, N. G., A. G. Hope, S. L. Talbot, and J. A. Cook. 2013. A multi-locus evaluation of ermine (Mustela erminea) across the Holarctic, testing hypotheses of Pleistocene diversification in response to climate change. Journal of Biogeography (in press).

    Deardorff, E.R., R. A. Nofchissey, J. A. Cook, A. G. Hope, A. Tsvetkova, S. L. Talbot, G. D. Ebel. 2013. Serological Evidence of Powassan Virus in Mammals from Russia, Alaska and New Mexico, 2004-2007. Emerging and Infectious Diseases.

    Greiman, S. E., V. V. Tkach, and J. A. Cook. 2013. Description and molecular differentiation of a new Staphylocystoides (Cyclophyllidea: Hymenolepididae) from the dusky shrew Sorex monticolus in Southeast Alaska. Journal of Parasitology.

    Ho, S-H. and J. A. Cook. 2013. Co-Evolving Pedagogies. ARID: A Journal of Desert Art, Design and Ecology. Vol. 2 published online (http://aridjournal.com/co-evolving-pedagogies-szu-han-ho-and-joseph-a-cook/)

    Hoberg, E. P., S. J. Kutz, J. A. Cook. K. Galaktionov, V. Haukisalmi, H. Henttonen, and S. Laaksonen. 2013. Parasites in Terrestrial, Freshwater, and Marine Environments. Pp. 420-449 In Arctic Biodiversity Assessment. Status and trends in Arctic biodiversity. Meltofte, H. (ed.) Conservation of Arctic Flora and Fauna, Akureyri.

     

    Hope, A. G., N. Takebayashi, K. E. Galbreath, S, L. Talbot, and J. A. Cook. 2013. Temporal dynamics of speciation among Amphi-Beringian small mammals. Journal of Biogeography 40: 415-429.

    Hope, A. G., E. C. Waltari, D. C. Payer, J. A. Cook, and S. L. Talbot. 2013. Future distribution of tundra refugia in Alaska. Nature Climate Change.

    Malaney, J. L. and J. A. Cook. 2013. Using biogeographic history to inform conservation: The case of Preble’s jumping mouse. Molecular Ecology.

     

    Malaney, J. L., C. J. Conroy, L. A. Moffitt, H. D. Spoonhunter, J. L. Patton, and J. A. Cook. 2013. Phylogeography of the western jumping mouse (Zapus princeps) detects deep structure in the southwestern United States. Journal of Mammalogy.

              Mantooth, S. J., D. J. Hafner, R. W. Bryson, Jr., and B. R. Riddle.  2013.   

                Phylogeographic diversification of antelope squirrels (Ammospermophilus) across North American deserts. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 109:949-967.

    Mathis, V. L., M. S. Hafner, D. J. Hafner, and J. W. Demastes.  2013.    Resurrection and redescription of the pocket gopher Thomomys sheldoni from the Sierra Madre Occidental of Mexico. Journal of Mammalogy 94:544-560.

    Mathis, V. L., M. S. Hafner, D. J. Hafner, and J. W. Demastes. 2013. Thomomys nayarensis, a new species of pocket gopher from the Sierra del Nayar, Nayarit, Mexico. Journal of Mammalogy 94(5): 983-994.

    Meltofte, H., T. Barry, D. Berteaux, H. Bultmann, J. S. Christiansen, J. A. Cook, A. Dahlberg, F. J.A. Daniëls, D. Ehrich, J. Fjeldså, F. Fridriksson, B. Ganter, A. J. Gaston, L. J. Gillespie, L. Grenoble, E. P. Hoberg, I. D. Hodkinson, H. P. Huntington, R. A. Ims, A. B. Josefson, S. J. Kutz, S. L. Kuzmin, K. L. Laidre, D. R. Lassuy, P. N. Lewis, C. Lovejoy, C. Michel, V. Mokievsky, T. Mustonen, D. C. Payer, M. Poulin, D. G. Reid, J. D. Reist, D. F. Tessler and F. J. Wrona. 2013. Synthesis: implications for conservation. Pp. 22-65 In Arctic Biodiversity Assessment. Status and trends in Arctic biodiversity. Meltofte, H. (ed.) Conservation of Arctic Flora and Fauna, Akureyri.

     

    Woc-Colburn, A.M., S. Murray, J. Lock, J.W. Dragoo, D. Guglielmo, J.E. Maldonado. 2013. A minimally invasive method for gender determination in the  prehensile-tailed porcupine (Coendou prehensilis). Zoo Biology 32, 463–466.

     

    Papers Published In 2012:

    Barker, B. S., J. Rodríguez-Robles, V. S. Aran, A. Montoya, R. B. Waide, and J. A. Cook. 2012. Sea level, topography, and island diversity: phylogeography of the Puerto Rican Red-eyed Coquí, Eleutherodactylus antillensis. Molecular Ecology 21:6033-6052.

     

    Dawson, N.G., and J.A. Cook. 2012. Behind the genes: Diversification of North American martens (Martes americana and Martes caurina).  Pp. 23-28, In Biology and Conservation of Martens, Sables, and Fishers: A New Synthesis (Eds. K.B. Aubry, W.J. Zielinski, M.G. Raphael, G. Proulx, and S.W. Buskirk).  Cornell University Press, Ithica and London.

    Demastes, J. W., T. A. Spradling, M. S. Hafner, G. R. Spies, D. J. Hafner, and J. E. Light. 2012.  Cophylogeny on a fine scale: Geomydoecus chewing lice and  their pocket gopher hosts, Pappogeomys bulleri. Journal of Parasitology 98:262-270.

    Doty, J.B., J.W. Dragoo, W.C. Black IV, B.J. Beaty, and C. H. Calisher. 2012. Peromyscus maniculatus in eastern Colorado: a subspecies with lower prevalence of Sin Nombre virus infection. Journal of Mammalogy 93:183-197.


    Dunnum, J.L. and J.A. Cook. 2012. Gerrit Smith Miller: his influence on on the enduring legacy of natural history collections. Mammalia 76(4): 365–373.

    Galbreath, K. E., J. A. Cook, and E. P. Hoberg. 2012. Climate’s role in polar bear past. Science 336:1230.

    Haas, G. E., J. Kucera, S. O. MacDonald and J. A. Cook. 2012. First flea (Siphonaptera) records for Kanuti National Wildlife Refuge and review of historical records from nearby villages, Central Alaska. Journal of the Entomological Society of British Columbia. 109:6-11.

    Hafner, D.J. 2012Rodents of the state of Sonora, Mexico. Pp. 23-34, in Rodents of Mexico. Cervantes, F.A. and C. Ballesteros, eds

    Estudios sobre la Biología de Roedores Silvestres Mexicanos.

    Harding, L.E., and J.W. Dragoo. 2012. Out of the Americas: a phylogeographic history of the long-tailed weasel (Mustela frenata). Journal of Mammalogy 93:1178-1194.

    Hoberg, E.P., A.V.A. Koehler, and J.A. Cook.  Complex host-parasite systems in Martes: Implications for conservation biology of endemic faunas. Pp. 38-57, In Biology and Conservation of Martens, Sables, and Fishers: A New Synthesis (Eds. K.B. Aubry, W.J. Zielinski, M.G. Raphael, G. Proulx, and S.W. Buskirk).  Cornell University Press, Ithica and London.

    Hoberg, E. P., K. E. Galbreath, J. A. Cook, S. J. Kutz, and L. Polley. 2012. Northern Host–Parasite Assemblages: History and Biogeography on the Borderlands of Episodic Climate and Environmental Transition. Advances in Parasitology, 79:1-97.

    Hoberg, E. P., S. J. Kutz, J. A. Cook. K. Galaktionov, V. Haukisalmi, H. Henttonen, and S. Laaksonen. 2013. Parasites in Terrestrial, Freshwater, and Marine Environments. Pp. 420-449 In Arctic Biodiversity Assessment. Conservation of Arctic Fauna and Flora Committee, Copenhagen (in press).

    Hope, A.G., K. A. Speer, J. R. Demboski, S. L. Talbot, and J. A. Cook. 2012. A climate for speciation: rapid spatial diversification among the Sorex cinereus complex of shrews. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution, 64:671-684.

    Kryštufek, B., and J.L. Dunnum. On the history of European mammalogy.  Mammalia 76(4): 351-353.

    Malaney, J.L., J. K. Frey, J. A. Cook. 2012. The biogeographic legacy of an imperilled taxon provides a foundation for assessing lineage diversification, demography and conservation genetics. Diversity and Distributions 18:689-703.

    Sonsthagen, S., G. Sage, M. Fowler, A. Hope, J. A. Cook, S. L. Talbot. 2012. Development and characterization of 21 polymorphic microsatellite markers for the barren-ground shrew, Sorex ugyunak (Mammalia: Sorcidae), through next-generation sequencing, and cross-species amplification in the masked shrew, S. cinereus. Conservation Genetics Resources. Published online: 10 October 2012. DOI 10.1007/s12686-012-9792-5.

    Sumbicay, L., B. Kadjo, S. H. Gu, H. J. Kang, B. K. Lim, J. A. Cook, J.-W. Song and R. Yanagihara. 2012. Divergent lineage of a novel hantavirus in the banana pipistrelle (Neoromcia nanus) in Cote d’Ivoire. Virology Journal 2012, 9:34 

     

     

    Papers Published In 2011


    Barker, B. R., R. Waide, and J. A. Cook. 2011. Deep intra-island divergence of a montane forest endemic: phylogeography of the Puerto Rican frog Eleutherodactylus portoricensis (Anura: Eleutherodactylidae). Journal of Biogeography 38:2311-2325.

    Crawford, D.L., J.W. Dragoo, F.A. Smith, and A.N. Chavez. 2011. Diversification within the Mexican vole (Microtus mexicanus) and the role of post-Pleistocene climate change. Western North American Naturalist 71:176–194.

    Floyd, C.H., D.H. Van Vuren, K.R. Crooks, K.L. Jones, D.K. Garcelon, N. M. Belfiore, J.W. Dragoo, and B. May. 2011. Genetic differentiation of island spotted skunks, Spilogale gracilis amphiala. Journal of Mammalogy 92:148-158.

    Galbreath, K. E., J. A. Cook, A. A. Eddingsaas, E. G. DeChaine. 2011. Multi-locus tests of paleodistributional models reveal different facets of the complex demographic history of arctic ground squirrels in Beringia. Evolution 65:1879-1896.

    Hafner, D. J. and B. R. Riddle. P. Upchurch, A. McGowan, and C. Slater, eds. 2011.    Boundaries and barriers of North American warm deserts: an evolutionary perspective. Pp. 75-113, in Palaeogeography and palaeobiogeography: biodiversity in space and time . The Systematics Association Special Volume Series, CRC Press, Boca Raton, Florida.

    Hafner, M. S., A. R. Gates, V. L. Mathis, J. W. Demastes, and D. J. Hafner.   2011.    Redescription of the pocket gopher Thomomys atrovarius from the Pacific coast of mainland Mexico. Journal of Mammalogy 92:1367-1382.

    Hope, A.G., E. Waltari, V. B. Fedorov, A. V. Goropashnaya, S. L. Talbot, and J. A. Cook. 2011. Persistence and diversification of the Holarctic shrew, Sorex tundrensis (Family Soricidae), in response to climate change

    Kang, H. J., S. N. Bennett, A. G. Hope, J. A. Cook, R. Yanagihara. 2011. Shared Ancestry Between a Newfound Mole-Borne Hantavirus and Hantaviruses Harbored by Cricetid Rodents. Journal of Virology 85:7496-7503.

    Torres-Pérez, F., M. Acuna-Retamar, J. A. Cook, A. Bacigalupo, A. García, P. E. Cattan. 2011. Statistical phylogeography and population dynamics of Chagas disease vector Triatoma infestans: testing biogeographic hypotheses of dispersal. Infection, Genetics, and Evolution. 11:167-174.

    Torres-Perez, F., B. Hjelle, E. C. Holmes, and J.A. Cook. 2011. Spatial but not Temporal Co-divergence of a Virus and its Mammalian Host. Molecular Ecology 20:4109-4122.

    Weckworth, B.V., N. G. Dawson, S. L. Talbot, M. J. Flamme, J. A. Cook. 2011. Going coastal: Shared evolutionary history between coastal British Columbia and Southeast Alaska wolves (Canis lupus). PLoS One 6:e19582

     

    Papers Published In 2010

               Bell, K. C., D. J. Hafner, M. D. Matocq, and P. Leitner.  2010.    Phylogeography of the ground squirrel subgenus Xerospermophilus and assembly of

               the Mojave Desert biota. Journal of Biogeography 37:363-378.

    Cook, J. A., A. A. Eddingsaas, J. L. Loxterman, S. Ebbert, and S.O. MacDonald. 2010. Insular ground squirrels of the North Pacific: Indigenous or Exotic? Journal of Mammalogy. 91:1401-1412.

    Dunnum, J. L., and J. Salazar-Bravo.  2010.  Molecular systematics, taxonomy and biogeography of the genus Cavia (Rodentia: Caviidae).  Journal of Zoological Systematics and Evolutionary Research 48(4), 376–388.

    Eizirik, E., W.J. Murphy, K-P. Koepfli, W.E. Johnson, J.W. Dragoo, R.K. Wayne, S.J. O’Brien. 2010. Pattern and timing of diversification of the mammalian order Carnivora inferred from multiple nuclear gene sequences. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution, 56:49-63.

    Galbreath, K. E., D. J. Hafner, K. Zamudio, and K. K. Agnew. 2010.    Isolation and introgression in the Intermountain West: incongruence at mitochondrial and nuclear loci illuminates a complex biogeographic history in the American pika (Ochotona princeps). Journal of Biogeography 37:344-362.

    Hafner, D. J. and A. T. Smith.   2010.    Taxonomic revision of the American pika (Ochotona princeps).  Journal of Mammalogy 91:401-417.

    Hafner, M. S. and D. J. Hafner. 2010.    Systematics and conservation status of the pocket gophers of Mexico. Pp. 301-308, in 60 Años de la Colección Nacional de Mamiferos del Instituto de Biología, UNAM. Aportaciones al Conocimiento y Conservación de los Mamíferos Mexicanos (F. A Cervantes, J. Vargas Cuenca, y Y. Hortelano Moncada, eds.). Instituto de Biología, UNAM, Mexico.

    Hanington, P.C., M.A. Forys, J.W. Dragoo, S. –M. Zhang, C.M. Adema, and E.S. Loker. 2010. Role for a somatically diversified lectin in resistance of an invertebrate to parasite infection. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 107(49): 21087-21092.

    Nelson, R., R. Cañate, J.M. Pascale, J.W. Dragoo, B. Armien, A. Armien, and F. Koster. 2010. Confirmation of Choclo virus as the cause of hantavirus cardiopulmonary syndrome and high serum antibody prevalence in Panama. Journal of Medical Virology, 82:1586-1593.

    Riddle, B. R. and D. J. Hafner.  2010.    Integrating pattern with process at biogeographic boundaries: the legacy of Wallace. Ecography 33: 321-325.


    Rosatte R., K. Sobey, J.W. Dragoo, and S.D. Gehrt.  2010. Striped skunks and allies. Pp 97-106 in: S.D. Gehrt, S.P.D. Riley, B.L.Cypher, eds. Urban carnivores: ecology, conflict, and conservation. Baltimore, Maryland: The Johns Hopkins University Press.

           Supplementary material

    Dunnum, J. L., and J. Salazar-Bravo.  2010.   Phylogeny, evolution, and systematics of the Galea musteloides complex (Rodentia: Caviidae). Journal of Mammalogy 91(1):243–259.

    Esteva, M., F. A. Cervantes, S. V. Brant, and J. A. Cook. 2010. Molecular phylogeny of long-tailed shrews (genus *Sorex*) from México and Guatemala. Zootaxa 2615:47-65.

    Gonzalez, P., Y. E. Sawyer, M. Avila, A. Armien, B. Armien, J. A. Cook. 2010. Variation in Cytochrome-b Haplotypes Suggests a New Species of *Zygodontomys* (Rodentia: Cricetidae) on Isla Coiba, Veraguas, Panama. Zoologia 27:660-665.

    Hope, A. G., E. Waltari, N. E. Dokuchaev, S. Abramov, T. Dupral, H. Henttonen, S. O. MacDonald, and J. A. Cook. 2010. Diversification of the Eurasian least shrew and Alaska tiny shrew (Soricidae) at high latitudes. Journal of Mammalogy. 91:1041-1057.

    Kang HJ, Arai S, Hope AG, Cook JA, Yanagihara R. 2010. Novel Hantavirus in the Flat-Skulled Shrew (*Sorex roboratus*). Vector Borne Zoonotic Diseases. 2010 10:593-597.

    Matsumoto, K., J. A. Cook, H. K. Goethert, and S. R. Telford, III. 2010. Bartonella sp. infection of voles trapped from an Interior Alaskan site where ticks are absent. Journal of Wildlife Diseases 46: 173-178.

    Rosatte R., K. Sobey, J.W. Dragoo, and S. Gehrt. (in press). Striped skunks and allies. PpX-XX in Urban carnivores: ecology, conflict, and conservation (S.D. Gehrt, S.P.D. Riley, B L. Cypher, eds). Baltimore, Maryland: The Johns Hopkins University Press.

    Torres-Pérez, F., M. Acuna-Retamar, J. A. Cook , A. Bacigalupo, A. García, P. E. Cattan. 2010. Statistical phylogeography of Chagas disease vector *Triatoma infestans*: testing biogeographic hypotheses of dispersal. Infection, Genetics and Evolution. 11:167-174.

    Torres-Pérez, F., R. E. Palma, M. Ferres, B. Hjelle,and J. A. Cook. 2010. Andes virus infection in the rodent reservoir and in humans varies across contrasting landscapes in Chile. Infection, Genetics and Evolution. 10:820-825.

    Weckworth, B., S. Talbot, and J. A. Cook. 2010. Phylogeography of wolves (Canis lupus) in the Pacific Northwest. Journal of Mammalogy, 91:363-375.

     

     

    Papers Published In 2009:

    Dragoo, J.W. 2009. Nutrition and behavior of striped skunks. Veterinary Clinics of North America, Exotic Animal Practic 12(2):313-326

    Dragoo, J.W. 2009. Family Mephitidae (skunks). Pp. 532-563 in Handbook of the mammals of the world, vol. 1 Carnivores (D. E. Wilson and R. A. Mittermeier, eds.). Lynx Edicions. Barcelona, Spain

    Dragoo, J.W., K.E. Coan, K.A. Moore, S.E. Henke, R.C. Fleischer, and S.M. Wisely. 2009. Polymorphic microsatellite markers for the striped skunk, Mephitis mephitis, and other mephitids. Molecular Ecology Resources 9:383-385.

    Dragoo, J.W. and S. R. Sheffield. 2009. Conepatus leuconotus (Carnivora: Mephitidae). Mammalian Species 827:1-8.

    Galindo, E., L. Broncho, E. Keeley, R. Inouye, S. Galindo, V. Winston, L. Farrell,and J. Cook. 2009. Compassion: A Hearts-on Paradigm for Transiting Native American Students into a STEM University Environment. Journal of Mathematics and Culture 4:1-22.

    Galbreath, K. E., D. J. Hafner, and K. Zamudio. 2009. When cold is better: climate-driven elevation shifts yield complex patterns of diversification and demography in an alpine specialist (American pika, Ochotona princeps). Evolution 63:2848-2863.

    Hafner, M. S., D. J. Hafner, J. W. Demastes, G. L. Hasty, J. E. Light, and T. A. Spradling. 2009. Evolutionary relationships of pocket gophers of the genus Pappogeomys (Rodentia: Geomyidae). Journal of Mammalogy 90:47-56.

    Jezkova, T., D. J. Hafner, and B. R. Riddle. In press. Niche evolution and genetic structuring in Gunnison's prairie dog, Cynomys gunnisoni. Ecography.

    Kang, H. J., Arai, S., Hope, A., Song, J.-W., Cook, J. A., and Yanagihara, R. 2009. Genetic diversity and phylogeography of Seewis virus in Eurasian common shrew in Finland and Hungary. Virology Journal 6:208.

    Kang, H. J., S. Bennett, L Sumbicay, S. Arai, A. G. Hope, G. Mocz, J-W. Song, J. A. Cook, and R. Yanagihara. 2009. Evolutionary insights from a genetically divergent hantavirus harbored by the European common mole (Talpa europaea). PLOS ONE

    Koehler, A. V. A., E. P. Hoberg, N. E. Dokuchaev, N. A. Tranbenkova, J. S. Whitman, D. W. Nagorsen, and J. A. Cook. 2009. Phylogeography of a Holarctic nematode, Soboliphyme baturini among mustelids: Climate change, episodic colonization, and diversification in a complex host-parasite system. Biological Journal of the Linnaean Society. 96:651-663.

    Koehler A. V. A., E. P. Hoberg, F. Torres-Pérez and J. A. Cook. 2009. A molecular view of the superfamily Dioctophymatoidea (Nematoda). Comparative Parasitology 76:100-104.

    MacDonald, S. O. and J. A. Cook. 2009. Recent Mammals of Alaska. University of Alaska Press, Fairbanks. 387pp.

    MacDonald, S. O., E. Waltari, R. Nofchissey, Y. Sawyer, G. Ebel, and J. A. Cook. 2009. First records of deermice in southcentral Alaska. Northwestern Naturalist. 90:243-247.

    Medina, R. A., F. Torres-Pérez, H. Galeno, M. Navarrete, P. A.Vial, R. E. Palma, M. Ferres, J. A. Cook, and B. Hjelle. 2009. Ecology, Genetic Diversity and Phylogeographic Structure of Andes virus in humans and rodents in Chile. Journal of Virology. 83:2446-2459.

    O’Shea, T. J., P. M. Cryan, E. A. Snider, E. W. Valdez, L. E. Ellison, and D. J. Neubaum. In Press. Bats of Mesa Verde National Park, Colorado: Faunal Composition, Reproduction, and Roosting Habits. Western North American Naturalist.

    Runck, A., M. Matocq, and J. A. Cook. 2009. Historic hybridization and persistence of a novel mito-nuclear combination in red-backed voles (genus Myodes). BMC Evolutionary Biology 9:114.

    Valdez, E. W., and M. A. Bogan. In Press/2009. Does variation in cranial morphology of Myotis occultus (Chiroptera:Vespertilionidae) reflect a greater reliance on certain prey types? Acta Chiropterologica, 11:xxx-xxx

    Valdez, E. W., C. M. Ritzi, and J. O. Whitaker, Jr. 2009. Ectoparasites of the occult bat, Myotis occultus (Chiroptera: Vespertilionidae). Western North American Naturalist, 69: 364-370.

    Valdez, E. W., K. Geluso, J. Foote, G. Allison-Kosior, and D. M. Roemer. 2009. Spring and winter records of the eastern pipistrelle (Perimyotis subflavus) in southeastern New Mexico. Western North American Naturalist, 69: 396-398.

    Valdez, E. W., and P. M. Cryan. 2009. Migration and food habits of the hoary bat (Lasiurus cinereus) during spring in New Mexico. The Southwestern Naturalist, 54: 195-200.

     

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    Papers Published In 2008

    Arai, S., S. Bennett, L. Sumibacay, J. A. Cook, J. Song, A. Hope, C. Parmenter, V. R. Nerurkar, T.L. Yates, and R. Yanagihara. 2008. Phylogenetically distinct hantaviruses in the masked shrew (Sorex cinereus) and montane shrew (Sorex monticolus) in the United States. American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 78:348-351.

    Fedorov, V. B., A. V. Goropashnaya, G. G. Boeskorov and J. A. Cook. 2008. Comparative phylogeography and demographic history of the wood lemming (Myopus schisticolor): implications for late Quaternary history of the taiga species in Eurasia. Molecular Ecology 17:598-610.

    Geluso, K. G., J. P. Damm, and E. W. Valdez. 2008. Late seasonal activity and diet of evening bats (Nycticeius humeralis) in Nebraska. Western North American Naturalist, 68:21-24.


    Perelman, P. L., A. S. Graphodatsky, J. W. Dragoo, N. A. Serdyukova, G. Stone, P. Cavagna, A. Menotti, W. Nie, P. C. M. O ’Brien, J. Wang, S. Burkett, K. Yuki, M. E. Roelke, S. J. O’Brien, F. Yang,
    and R. Stanyon. 2008. Chromosome painting shows that skunks (Mephitidae, Carnivora) have highly rearranged karyotypes. Chromosome Research 16:1215–1231.

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    Arai, S., Jin-Won Song, Laarni Sumibcay, Vivek R. Nerurkar, Shannon N. Bennett, Cheryl Parmenter, Joseph A. Cook, Terry L. Yates, and Richard Yanagihara. 2007. Hantavirus in the short-tailed shrew, North America. Emerging Infectious Diseases 13:1420-1423.

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    Dalerum, F., J. Loxterman, B. Shults, K. Kunkel, and J. A. Cook. 2007. Sex-specific dispersal patterns of wolverines: insights from microsatellite markers. Journal of Mammalogy 88:793-800.

    Dawson, N. 2007. Post postdoc: are new scientists prepared for the real world? BioScience 57:16.

    Dawson, N., S. O. MacDonald, and J. A. Cook. 2007. Endemic mammals of the Alexander Archipelago. Pp. In J. Schoen (ed). Wildlife Management on the Tongass National Forest. Audubon Special Publication.

    Duszynski, D.W., A.J. Lynch, and J.A. Cook. 2007. Coccidia (Apicomplexa: Eimeriidae) infecting cricetid rodents from Alaska, U.S.A., and Northeastern Siberia, Russia, and description of a new Eimeria species from Myodes rutilus, the northern red-backed vole. Comparative Parasitology, 74:294-311.

    Frey, J. K., M. A. Bogan, and T. L. Yates. 2007. Mountaintop island age determines species richness of boreal mammals in the American southwest. Ecography 30:231-240.

    Koehler, A. V. A., E. P. Hoberg, N. E. Dokuchaev and J. A. Cook. 2007. Geographic and host range of the nematode Soboliphyme baturini across Beringia. Journal of Parasitology. 93:1070-1083.

    Lucid, M. K. and J. A. Cook. 2007. Cytochrome b haplotypes suggest an undescribed Peromyscus species from the Yukon. Canadian Journal of Zoology, 85:916-919.

    Lynch, A.J., D.W. Duszynski, and J.A. Cook. 2007. Species of Coccidia (Apicomplexa: Eimeriidae) Infecting Pikas from Alaska, U.S.A. and Northeastern Siberia, Russia. J. Parasitology. 93:1230-1234.

    MacDonald, S. O. and J. A. Cook. 2007. The Mammals and Amphibians of Southeast Alaska. Museum of Southwestern Biology, Special Publication 8:1-191.

    Waltari, E., E. P. Hoberg, E. P. Lessa, and J. A. Cook. 2007. Eastward Ho: phylogeographic perspectives on colonization across the Beringian nexus. Journal of Biogeography 34:561-574.

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    Papers Published In 2006

                Abramson, G., L. Giuggioli, V.M. Kenkre, J.W. Dragoo, R.R. Parmenter, C.A. Parmenter and T.L. Yates. 2006. Diffusion and home range parameters

                for rodents: Peromyscus maniculatus in New Mexico. Ecological Complexity 3:64-70.

     

     

    Cook, J.A., N. G. Dawson, and S.O. MacDonald 2006. Conservation of highly fragmented systems: the north temperate Alexander Archipelago. Biological Conservation 133:1-15.

    Dragoo, J.W., J.A. Lackey, K.E. Moore, E.P. Lessa, J.A. Cook, and T.L. Yates. 2006. Phylogeography of the deer mouse (Peromyscus maniculatus) provides a predictive framework for research on hantaviruses. Journal of General Virology 87:1997-2003.

    Dunnum, J. L. and J. Salazar-Bravo. 2006. Karyotypes of some members of the genus Cavia (Rodentia: Caviidae) from Bolivia. Journal of Mammalian Biology - Zeitschrift fur Saugetierkunde71(6):366-370.

    Dunnum, J. and J. Salazar-Bravo. 2004. Dactylomys boliviensis. Mammalian Species No. 745:1-4.

    Francés J. y G. D´Elía. 2006. Oligoryzomys delticola es sinónimo de O. nigripes (Rodentia, Cricetidae, Sigmodontinae). Mastozoologia Neotropical On-Line 13:(no page numbers).

    Frey, J. K. andJ. L. Malaney. 2006. Snowshoe hare (Lepus americanus) and mountain cottontail (Sylvilagus nuttallii) biogeography at their southern range limit. Journal of Mammalogy 87:1175-1182.

    Gannon, W. L. and G. R. Rácz. 2006. Character displacement and ecomorphological analysis of two long-eared Myotis (M. auriculus and M. evotis). Journal of Mammalogy 87:171-179.

    Giuggioli, L., G. Abramson, V. M. Kenkre, R. R. Parmenter, and T. L. Yates. 2006. Theory of home range estimation from displacement measurements of animal populations. Journal of Theoretical Biology 240:126-135.

    Glass, G. E., T. M. Shields, R. R. Parmenter, D. Goade, J. N. Mills, J. Cheek, J. Cook, and T. L. Yates. 2006. Predicted hantavirus risk in 2006 for the southwestern U.S. Occasional Papers, Museum of Texas Tech University 255:i+1-16.

    Goethert, H. K., J. A. Cook, E. W. Lance, and S. R. Telford III. 2006. Fay and Rausch 1969 Revisited: Babesia microti in Alaskan small mammals. Journal of Parasitology. 92:826-831.

    Hass, C.C. and J.W. Dragoo. 2006. Rabies in hooded and striped skunks in Arizona. Journal of Wildlife Diseases 42:825-829.

    Holmgren, M., P. Stapp, C. R. Dickman, C. Gracia, S. Graham, J. R. Gutierrez, C. Hice, F. Jaksic, D. A. Kelt, M. Letnic, M. Lima, B. C. Lopez, P. L. Meserve, W. B. Milstead, G. A. Polis, M. A. Previtali, M. Richter, S. Sabate, and F. A. Squeo. 2006. Extreme climatic events shape arid and semiarid ecosystems. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 4:87-95.

    Malaney, J. L. and J. K. Frey. 2006. Summer habitat use by snowshoe hare and mountain cottontail at their southern zone of sympatry. Journal of Wildlife Management 70:877-883.

    Rácz, G. R. ,E. Bán, E. Ferenczi, and G. Berencsi. 2006. A simple spatial model to explain the distribution of human Tick-Borne Encephalitis cases in Hungary. Vector-borne and Zoonotic Diseases, 6(4):369–378.

    Ramotnik, C.A. 2006. Handling and care of dry bird and mammal specimens. Conserve O Gram Number 11/9. U.S. National Park Service, Park Museum Management Program, Washington, DC. 5 pp.

    Salazar-Bravo, J., C. J. Phillips, R. D. Bradley, R. J. Baker, T. L. Yates, and L. A. Ruedas. 2006. Voucher specimens for SARS-linked bats. Science 311:1099-1100.

    Suzan, G., J. T. Giermakowski, E. Marce, H. Suzan-Azpiri, B. Armien, and T. L. Yates. 2006. Modeling hantavirus reservoir species dominance in high seroprevalence areas on the Azuero Peninsula of Panama. American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 74:1103-1110.

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    Bogan, M.A. 2005. Pass those Cloverdale spuds—again! Pp. 201-215 in Going Afield: Lifetime experiences in exploration, science, and the biology of mammals (C.J. Phillips and C. Jones, eds.). Symposium on Careers in Mammalogy, The Museum, Texas Tech University, Lubbock.

    Cook, J. A., E. P. Hoberg, A. Koehler, S. O. MacDonald, H. Henttonen, L. Wickstrom, V. Haukisalmi, K. Galbreath, F. Chernyavski, N. Dokuchaev, A. Lahzuhtkin, A. Hope, E. Waltari, A. Runck, A. Veitch, R. Popko, E. Jenkins, S. Kutz, and R. Eckerlin. 2005. Beringia: Intercontinental exchange and diversification of high latitude mammals and their parasites during the Pliocene and Quaternary. Mammal Science 30:S33-S44.

    Ellison, L.E., A.L. Everette, and M.A. Bogan. 2005. Examining patterns of bat activity in Bandelier National Monument, New Mexico, using walking point transects. The Southwestern Naturalist 50:197-208.

    Ferenczi, E., Rácz, G., Faludi, G., Czeglédi, A., Mezey, I. and Berencsi, G. 2005. Natural foci of classical and emerging viral zoonoses in Hungary. Pp. 43-49 In Berencsi, G., A. S. Khan and J. Halouzka (eds.): Emerging Biological Threat. IOS Press, Amsterdam

    Geluso, K. 2005. Influence of cache size, cache depth, and soil moisture on exploitation: benefits of small-sized caches for scatter hoarding rodents. Journal of Mammalogy 86:1186-1192.

    Geluso, K., T. R. Mollhagen, and M. A. Bogan. 2005. Records of eastern pipistrelle (Pipistrellus subflavus) in South Dakota, northeastern New Mexico and the Trans-Pecos region of Texas. Western North American Naturalist, 65:405-409.

    Geluso, K., J. D. Hoffman, V. A. Ashe, J. A. White, and M. A. Bogan. 2005. Westward expansion of the tawny-bellied cotton rat (Sigmodon fulviventer) in west-central New Mexico. The Southwestern Naturalist, 50:273-277.

    Giuggioli, L., G. Abramson, V. M. Kenkre, G. Suzan, E. Marce, and T. L. Yates. 2005. Diffusion and home range parameters from rodent population measurements in Panama. Bulletin of Matematical Biology 67:1135-1149.

    Haas, G. E., J. R. Kucera, A. Runck, S. O. MacDonald, and J. A. Cook. 2005. Mammal Fleas (Siphonaptera) new for Alaska and the Southeastern mainland collection during seven years of a field survey of small mammals. Journal of the Entomological Society of British Columbia. 102:65-75.

    Palma, R. E., E. Rivera-Milla, J. Salazar-Bravo, F. Torres-Perez, U. F. J. Pardinas, P. A. Marquet, A. E. Spotorno, A. P. Meynard, and T. L. Yates. 2005. Phylogeography of Oligoryzomys longicaudatus (Rodentia : Sigmodontinae) in temperate South America. Journal of Mammalogy 86:191-200.

    Polechla, P. J. Jr., A. G. Burns, S. Rist, K. A. Moore, and J. W. Dragoo. 2004 (2005). First physical evidence of the Nearctic river otter (Lontra canadensis) collected in New Mexico, USA, since 1953. IUCN Otter Specialist Group Bulletin 21(2):70-74.

    Rácz, G. R. and W. L. Gannon. 2005. Improving collection maintenance through innovation: bar-code labeling to track specimens in the processing stream. Collections: A Journal for Museum and Archives Professionals 1:227-241.

     

    Rácz, G. R., A. Gubányi, and Á. Vozár, 2005. Morphometric differences among root vole (Muridae: Microtus oeconomus) populations in Hungary. Acta Zoologica Academiae Scientiarum Hungaricae 51(2):135–149.

    Ramotnik, C.A. 2005. Aneides hardii, Sacramento Mountains Salamander. Pp. 661-662 in Amphibian Declines: the conservation status United States Species (M. Lannoo, ed.). The University of California Press, Berkeley, CA. 1094 pp.

    Root, J. J., K. R. Wilson, C. H. Calisher, K. D. Wagoner, K. D. Abbott, T. L. Yates, A. J. Kuenzi, M. L. Morrison, J. N. Mills, and B. J. Beaty. 2005. Spatial clustering of murid rodents infected with hantaviruses: Implications from meta-analyses. Ecological Applications 15:565-574.

    Runck, A. M., and J. A. Cook. 2005. Post-glacial expansion of the southern red-backed vole (Clethrionomys gapperi) in North America. Molecular Ecology 14:1445-1456.

    Sherwin, R. E. and W. L. Gannon. 2005. Ariteus flavescens. Mammalian Species, 787:1-3.

    Sherwin, R. E. and W. L. Gannon. 2005. Documentation of an urban winter roost of the spotted bat (Euderma maculatum). The Southwestern Naturalist, 50:402-407.

    Tomasik, E., and J. A. Cook. 2005. Mitochondrial phylogeography and conservation genetics of wolverine (Gulo gulo) in Northwestern North America. Journal of Mammalogy 86:386-396.

    Waltari, E. and J. A. Cook. 2005. Historical demographics and phylogeography of arctic hares (Lepus): genetic signatures test glacial refugia hypotheses. Molecular Ecology 14:3005-3016.

    Weckworth B. V., S. Talbot, G. K. Sage, D. K. Person, and J. Cook. 2005. A signal for independent coastal and continental histories for North American wolves. Molecular Ecology 14:917-931.

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               Albert, S.A., C.A. Ramotnik, and C.G. Schmitt. 2004. Collared peccary range expansion in northwestern New Mexico. The Southwestern Naturalist 49(4):524-               528.

    Cook, J. A., A. Runck, and C. J. Conroy. 2004. Historical biogeography at the crossroads of the northern continents: molecular phylogenetics of red-backed voles (Rodentia: Arvicolinae). Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 30:767-777.

    Cook, J. A., and J. Salazar-Bravo. 2004. Heterochromatin variation among the chromosomally diverse tuco-tucos (Rodentia: Ctenomyidae) from Bolivia. Pp. 129-142 In: Sánchez-Cordero, V. and Medellín, R. A. (Eds.) Contribuciones Mastozoológicos en Homenaje a Bernardo Villa. Instituto de Biología e Instituto de Ecología, UNAM, México.

    Cryan, P.M., M.A. Bogan, R.O. Rye, G.P. Landis, and C.L. Kester. 2004. Stable hydrogen isotope analysis of bat hair as evidence for seasonal molt and long-distance migration. Journal of Mammalogy 85 (5): 995–1001.

    Dragoo, J. W., D. Matthes, A. Aragon, C. C. Hass, and T. L. Yates. 2004. Identification of skunk species submitted for rabies testing in the desert southwest. Journal of Wildlife Diseases 40:371-376.

    Eddingsaas, A. A., B. K. Jacobsen, E. P. Lessa, and J. A. Cook. 2004. Evolutionary history of the arctic ground squirrel (Spermophilus parryii) in Nearctic Beringia. Journal of Mammalogy 85:601-610.

    Frey, J.K. 2004. Taxonomy and distribution of the mammals of New Mexico: an annotated checklist. Occasional Papers, Museum of Texas Tech University, 240:1-32.

    Galbreath, K. E. and J. A. Cook. 2004. Genetic consequences of Pleistocene glaciations for the tundra vole (Microtus oeconomus) in Beringia. Molecular Ecology 13:135-148.

    Gannon, W. L., M. J. O’Farrell, C. Corben, and E. J. Bedrick. 2004. Call character lexicon and analysis of field recorded bat echolocation calls. Pp, 478-484, in Echolocation in Bats and Dolphins (J. Thomas and C. Moss, eds.) University of Chicago Press, Chicago, IL.

    Gannon, W. L., and R. E. Sherwin. 2004. Are acoustic detectors a ‘silver bullet’ for assessing habitat use by bats? Pp 38 - 45 In (Brigham, R. M., E. K. V. Kalko, G. Jones, S. Parsons, H. J. G. A. Limpens, eds), Bat echolocation research: tools, techniques, and analysis. Bat Conservation International, Austin, TX, 167 pages.

    Geluso, K. 2004. Westward expansion of the eastern fox squirrel (Sciurus niger) in northeastern New Mexico and southeastern Colorado. The Southwestern Naturalist 49:111-116.

    Geluso, K. 2004. Distribution of the white-ankled mouse (Peromyscus pectoralis) in New Mexico. The Southwestern Naturalist 49:283-288.

    Geluso, K., J.J. Huebschman, J.A. White, and M.A. Bogan. 2004. Reproduction and seasonal activity of silver-haired bats (Lasionycteris noctivagans) in western Nebraska. Western North American Naturalist 64(3): 353-358.

    Geluso, K., J.A. White, and M.A. Bogan. 2004. Least shrew (Cryptotis parva) in extreme west-central Nebraska. Transactions of the Nebraska Academy of Sciences 29:29-32.

    Ruedas, L. A., J. Salazar-Bravo, D. S. Tinnin, B. Armién, L. Cáceres, A. García, M. Ávila Díaz, F. Gracia, G. Suzán, C. J. Peters, T. L. Yates, and J. N. Mills. 2004. Community ecology of small mammal populations in Panamá following an outbreak of Hantavirus pulmonary syndrome. Journal of Vector Ecology 29: 177-191.

    Salazar-Bravo, J., B. Armién, G. Suzán, A. Armién, L. Ruedas, M. Avila, Y. Zaldivar, J. Pascale, F. Gracia, and T. Yates. 2004. Serosurvey of wild rodents for Hantaviruses in Panama, 2000-2002. Journal of Wildlife Diseases 40: 103-109.

    Torres-Perez, F., J. Navarrete-Droguett, R. Aldunate, T. L. Yates, G. J. Mertz, P. A. Vial, M. Ferres, P. A. Marquet, and R. E. Palma. 2004. Peridomestic small mammals associated with confirmed cases of human hantavirus disease in southcentral Chile. American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 70:305-309.

    Waltari, E., J. R. Demboski, D. R. Klein, and J. A. Cook. 2004. A Molecular perspective on the historical biogeography of the northern high latitudes. Journal of Mammalogy 85:591-600.

    Waters, D. A., and W. L. Gannon. 2004. Bat call libraries: management and potential use. Pp 150 - 157 In (Brigham, R. M., E. K. V. Kalko, G. Jones, S. Parsons, H. J. G. A. Limpens, eds), Bat echolocation research: tools, techniques, and analysis. Bat Conservation International, Austin, TX, 167 pages.

    Yates, T. L. and J. Salazar-Bravo. 2004. A revision of Scapanus latimanus, with the revalidation of a species of Mexican mole. Chapter 41:479-496 in V. Sanchez-Cordero and R. A. Medellin, eds. Contribuciones Mastozoologicas en Homeaje a Bernardo Villa. Instituto de Biologia e Institudo de Ecologia, UNAM, Mexico.

    Yates, T.L., J. Salazar-Bravo, and J.W. Dragoo. 2004. The importance of the tree of life to society. Pp. 7-17 in Assembling the tree of life (J. Cracraft and M.J. Donoghue eds.). Oxford University Press, New York.

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    Abramson, G., V. Kenkre, T.L. Yates, and R.R. Parmenter. 2003. Traveling waves of infection in the hantavirus epidemics. Bulletin of Mathematical Biology, 65:519-534.

    Baker, R.J., L.C. Bradley, R.D. Bradley, J.W. Dragoo, M.D. Engstrom, R.F. Hoffmann, C.A. Jones, F. Reid, D.W. Rice, C. Jones. 2003. Revised checklist of North American Mammals north of Mexico, 2003.Occasional Papers, Museum of Texas Tech, 229:1-24.

    Bogan, M. A., P. M. Cryan, E. W. Valdez, T. J. O'Shea, and L. E. Ellison. 2003. Western crevice and cavity-roosting bats. Pp. 69-77 in Monitoring trends in bat populations of the United States and territories: problems and prospects (T.J. O’Shea and M.A. Bogan, eds.). U. S. Geological Survey, Biological Resources Discipline, Information and Technology Report, USGS/BRD/ITR—2003—0003, 274 pp.

    Brunhoff, C., K.E. Galbreath, V.B. Fedorov, J.A. Cook, and M. Jaarola. 2003. Holarctic phylogeography of the root vole (Microtus oeconomus): implications for late Quaternary biogeography of high latitudes. Molecular Ecology, 12:957-968.

    Chung-MacCoubrey, A. and M.A. Bogan. 2003. Bats of the piñon-juniper woodlands of southwestern Colorado. Pp. 131-150 in Ancient piñon-juniper woodlands: Natural history of the Mesa Verde country (M.L. Floyd, W.H. Romme, and M. Colyer, eds.). University Press of Colorado, Boulder.

    Cryan, P.M. 2003. Seasonal distribution of migratory tree bats (Lasiurus and Lasionycteris) in North America. Journal of Mammalogy 84:579-593.

    Cryan, P. M. and M. A. Bogan. 2003. Recurrence of Mexican long-tongued bats (Choeronycteris mexicana) at historic roosts in Arizona and New Mexico. Western North American Naturalist 63:314-319.

    Daily, G. C., G. Ceballos, J. Pacheco, Gerardo Suzán, and Arturo Sánchez-Azofeifa. Countryside Biogeography of Neotropical Mammals: Conservation Opportunities in Agricultural Landscapes of Costa Rica. 2003. Conservation Biology 17:1814-1826.

    Demboski, J.R., and J.A. Cook. 2003. Phylogenetic diversification within the Sorex cinereus group (Soricidae). Journal of Mammalogy, 84:144-158.

    Dragoo, J. W., R. L. Honeycutt, and D. J. Schmidly. 2003. Taxonomic status of white-backed hog-nosed skunks, genus Conepatus (Carnivora: Mephitidae). Journal of Mammalogy, 84:159-176.

    Dragoo, J. W., J. Salazar-Bravo, L.J. Layne, and T.L. Yates. 2003. Relationships within the Calomys callosus species group based on amplified fragment length polymorphisms. Biochemical Systematics and Ecology, 31:703-713.

    Dragoo, J.W. and R.K. Wayne. 2003. Systematics and Population Genetics of Swift and Kit Foxes. Pp. 207-222 in The Swift Fox: Ecology and Conservation of Swift Foxes in a Changing World (M.A. Sovada and L.Carbyn eds.). Canadian Plains Research Center, University of Regina, Regina, Saskatchewan.

    Ellison, L. E., T. J. O’Shea, M. A. Bogan, A. L. Everette, and D. M. Schneider. 2003. Existing data on colonies of bats in the United States: Summary and analysis of the U.S. Geological Survey’s Bat Population Database. Pp.127-239 in Monitoring trends in bat populations of the United States and territories: problems and prospects (T.J. O’Shea and M.A. Bogan, eds.). U. S. Geological Survey, Biological Resources Discipline, Information and Technology Report, USGS/BRD/ITR—2003—0003, 274 pp.

    Fedorov, V.B., A.V. Goropashnaya, M. Jaarola, and J.A. Cook. 2003. Phylogeography of lemmings (Lemmus): no evidence for postglacial colonization of Arctic from the Beringian refugium. Molecular Ecology, 12:725-731.

    Frey, J.K. 2003. Distributional records and natural history notes for uncommon mammals on the Llano Estacado of eastern New Mexico. New Mexico Journal of Science, 43:1-24.

    Gannon, W.L., R.E. Sherwin, and S. Haymond. 2003. On the importance of articulating assumptions when conducting acoustic studies of habitat use by bats. Wildlife Society Bulletin, 31:45-61(warning, large file).

    Hoberg, E. P., S. J. Kutz, K. E. Galbreath, and J. Cook. 2003. Arctic biodiversity: From discovery to faunal baselines-revealing the history of a dynamic system. Journal of Parasitology 89(Suppl.):S84-S95.

    O’Shea, T. J. and M. A. Bogan. (Eds.) 2003. Monitoring trends in bat populations of the United States and territories: problems and prospects. U. S. Geological Survey, Biological Resources Discipline, Information and Technology Report, USGS/BRD/ITR—2003—0003, 274 pp.

    O'Shea, T.J., M.A. Bogan, and L.E. Ellison. 2003. Monitoring trends in bat populations of the United States and territories: status of the science and recommendations for the future. Wildlife Society Bulletin 31: 16-29.

    Parmenter, R.R., T.L. Yates, D.R. Anderson, K.P. Burnham, J.L. Dunnum, A. Franklin, M.T. Friggens, B. Lubow, M. Miller, G.S. Olson, C.A. Parmenter, J. Pollard, E. Rexstad, T. Shenk, T.R. Stanley, and G.C. White. 2003. Small Mammal Density Estimation: A Field Comparison of Grid-Based versus Web-Based Density Estimators Using Enclosed Rodent Populations. Ecological Monographs, 73:1-26.

    Sherwin, R.E., W. L. Gannon, and J.S. Altenbach. 2003. Managing complex systems simply: understanding inherent variation in the use of roosts by Townsend's big-eared bats. Wildlife Society Bulletin, 31:62-72 (warning, large file).

    Small, M.P., K.D. Stone, and J.A. Cook. 2003. American marten (Martes americana) in the Pacific Northwest: population differentiation across a landscape fragmented in time and space. Molecular Ecology, 12:89-103.

    Sparks, D.W. and E.W. Valdez. 2003. Food habits of Nyctinomops macrotis at a maternity roost in New Mexico, as indicated by analysis of guano. Southwestern Naturalist, 48:132-135.

    Wood, W. F., G. A. Dragoo, M. J. Richard, and J. W. Dragoo. 2003. Long-chain fatty acids in the anal gland of the red panda, Ailurus fulgens. Biochemical Systematics and Ecology, 31:1057-1060.

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    Cervantes, F., C. Lorenzo, and T.L. Yates. 2002. Genic variation in populations of Mexican lagomorphs. Journal of Mammalogy, 83:1077-1086.

    Craft, J., M. Donoghue, J. Dragoo, D. Hillis, and T. Yates, eds. 2002. Assembling the tree of life: Harnessing life's history to benefit Science and Society. National Science Foundation Brochure.

    Dunnum, J.L., J.K. Frey, D.S. Tinnin, J. Salazar-Bravo, and T.L. Yates. 2002. An elevational range extention for the hispid cotton rat, Sigmodon hispidus, (Rodentia: Muridae). Southwestern Naturalist, 47:637-639.

    Frey, J.K. and M.S. Burt. 2002. The banner-tailed kangaroo rat (Dipodomys spectabilis) in west-central New Mexico. New Mexico Journal of Science.

    Frey, J.K., J.J. Root, C.A. Jones, C.H. Calisher, and B. J. Beaty. 2002. New records of the Mogollon vole, Microtus mogollonensis (Mearns 1890), in southwestern Colorado. The Western North American Naturalist, 62:120-123.

    Frey, J., R. Fisher, M. Bogan, and C. Jones. 2002. First record of the Arizona cotton rat (Sigmodon arizonae) in New Mexico. Southwestern Naturalist, 47:491-493.

    Glass, G.E., T.L. Yates, J.B. Fine, T.M. Shields, J.B. Kendall, A.G Hope, C.A. Parmenter, C.J. Peters, T.G. Ksiazek, C.S. Li, J.A. Patz, and J.N. Mills. 2002. Satellite imagery characterizes local animal reservoir populations of Sin Nombre virus in the southwestern United States. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 99:16817-16822.

    Harrison, R.L., D.J. Barr, and J.W. Dragoo. 2002. A comparison of population survey techniques for swift foxes (Vulpes velox) in New Mexico. American Midland Naturalist 148(2):320-337.

    Kennedy, M.A., P.K. Kennedy, M.A. Bogan, and J.L. Waits. 2002. Taxonomic assessment of the subspecific taxonomy of the black bear (Ursus americanus) in the Eastern United States. The Southwestern Naturalist 47: 335-347.

    Kennedy, M.L., P.K. Kennedy, M.A. Bogan, and J.L. Waits. 2002. Geographic variation in the black bear (Ursus americanus) in the eastern United States and Canada. The Southwestern Naturalist 47: 257-266.

    Palma, R.E., E. Rivera-Milla, T.L. Yates, P.A. Marquet, and A.P. Meynard. 2002. Phylogenetic and biogeographic relationships of the mouse opossum Thylamys (Didelphimorphia, Didelphidae) in southern South America. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution, 25:245-253.

    Piaggio, A.J., E.W. Valdez, M.A. Bogan, and G.S. Spicer. 2002. Systematics of Myotis occultus (Chiroptera : Vespertilionidae) inferred from sequences of two mitochondrial genes. Journal of Mammalogy, 83:386-395.

    Ritzi, C.M., E.W. Valdez, and D.W. Sparks. 2002. New host and locality records of bat ectoparasites from Arizona and New Mexico. Southwestern Naturalist, 47:453-456.

    Salazar-Bravo, J., J.W. Dragoo, M.D. Bowen, C.J. Peters, T.G. Ksiazek, and T.L. Yates. (2002)Natural nidality in Bolivian hemorrhagic fever and the systematics of the reservoir species. Infection, Genetics and Evolution 1:191-199.

    Salazar-Bravo, J., L.A. Ruedas, and T.L. Yates. 2002. Mammalian reservoirs of arenaviruses. Arenaviruses I, 262:25-63.

    J. Salazar-Bravo, T. L. Yates, y L. Marcelo Zalles. 2002. Mamíferos de Bolivia. en Diversidad y Conservación de los Mamíferos Neotropicales. Ceballos, G. y J. A. Simonetti (eds.). CONABIO-UNAM. México, D.F.

    Salazar-Bravo,J., E. Yensen, T. Tarifa, y T. L. Yates. 2002. Distributional records of Bolivian mammals. Journal of Neotropical Mammalogy 9:70-78

    Tinnin, D.S., J.L. Dunnum, J. Salazar-Bravo, N. Batsaikhan, M.S. Burt, S.L. Gardner,and T.L. Yates. 2002. Contributions to the mammalogy of Mongolia, with a checklist of species for the country. Special Publications, The Museum of Southwestern Biology, 6:1-38.

    Wood, W.F., B.G. Sollers, G.A. Dragoo, and J.W. Dragoo. 2002. Volatile components in defensive spray of the hooded skunk, Mephitis macroura. Journal of Chemical Ecology, 28:1865-1870.

    Yates, T.L., J.N. Mills, C.A. Parmenter, T.G. Ksiazek, R.R. Parmenter, J.R. Vande Castle, C.H. Calisher, S.T. Nichol, K.D. Abbott, J.C. Young, M.L. Morrison, B.J. Beaty, J.L. Dunnum, R.J. Baker, J. Salazar-Bravo, and C.J. Peters. 2002. The ecology and evolutionary history of an emergent disease: Hantavirus pulmonary syndrome. Bioscience, 52:989-998.

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    Bogan, M.A. 2001. Western bats and mining. Pp. 41-50 in Bat Conservation and Mining: A technical interactive forum (C. Vories and T. Throgmorton, eds). U.S. Department of Interior, Office of Surface Mining, Bat Conservation International, and Coal Research Center, Carbondale, IL.

    Cryan, P.M., M.A. Bogan, and G.M. Yanega. 2001. Roosting habits of four bat species in the Black Hills of South Dakota. Acta Chiropterologica, 3(1):43-52.

    Dunnum, J.L., J. Salazar-Bravo, and T.L. Yates. 2001. The Bolivian Bamboo Rat, Dactylomys boliviensis (Rodentia: Echimyidae), a new record for chromosome number in a mammal. Mammalian Biology, Zeitschrift für Saügetierkunde, 66:121-126

    Gannon, W.L., R.E. Sherwin, T.N. deCarvalho, and M.J. O'Farrell. 2001. Pinnae and echolocation call differences between Myotis californicus and M. ciliolabrum (Chiroptera: Vespertilionidae). Acta Chiropterologica, 3(1):77-91.

    Hjelle, B. and T.L. Yates. 2001. Modeling hantavirus maintenance and transmission in rodent communities. Pp 77 - 88 in, Current Topics in Microbiology and Immunolog, Vol. 256 Hantaviruses (C.S. Schmaljohn and S.T. Nichol, eds.). Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg.

    Salazar-Bravo, J., J.W. Dragoo, D.S. Tinnin, and T.L. Yates. 2001. Phylogeny and Evolution of the Neotropical Rodent Genus Calomys: Inferences from Mitochondrial DNA Sequence Data. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution, 20(2):173-184

    Steinlein, D. B., L. A. Durden, and W. L. Gannon. 2001. Tick infestations of bats in New Mexico. Journal of Medical Entomology, 38:609-611. xx

    Suzán, G., G. Ceballos, J.N. Mills, T.G. Ksiazek, and T.L. Yates. 2001. Serologic evidence of hantavirus infection in sigmodontine rodents in Mexico. Journal of wildlife diseases 37(2):391-393.

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    Papers Published In 2000:

     

     

     

    Anderson, S., and T.L. Yates. 2000. A New Genus and Species of Phyllotine Rodent from Bolivia. Journal of Mammalogy, 81(1):18-36 .

    Bayard, V., E. Ortega, A. Garcia, L. Caceres, Z. Castillo, E. Quiroz, B. Armien, F. Garcia, J. Serrano, G. Guerrero, R. Kant, E. Pinifla, L. Bravo, C. Munoz, I.B. deMosca, A. Rodriguez, C. Campos, M.A. Diaz, B. Munoz, F. Crespo, I. Villalaz, P. Rios, E. Morales, J.M.T. Sitton, L. ReneauVernon, M. Libel, L. Castellanos, L. Ruedas, D. Tinnin, and T.L. Yates. 2000. Hantavirus pulmonary syndrome: Panama, 1999 - 2000. Journal of the American Medical Association, 283(17):2232-2233.

    Bogan, M.A. and P.M. Cryan. 2000. The bats of Wyoming. Pp. 71-94 in Reflections of a naturalist: Papers honoring Professor Eugene D. Fleharty (J.R. Choate, ed.). Fort Hays Studies, Special Issue 1, 241 pp.

    Botten, J., R. Nofchissey, H. Kirkendoll-Ahern, P. Rodriguez-Moran, I.A. Wortman, D. Goade, T.L. Yates, and B. Hjelle. 2000. Outdoor facility for quarantine of wild rodents infected with hantavirus. Journal of Mammalogy, 81(1):250-259.

    Cryan, P.M., M.A. Bogan, and J.S. Altenbach. 2000. Effect of elevation on distribution of female bats in the Black Hills, South Dakota. Journal of Mammalogy, 81(3):719-725.

    Flynn, J.J., M.A. Nedbal, J.W. Dragoo, and R.L. Honeycutt. 2000. Whence the red panda? Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution, 17:190-199.

    Gannon, W.L. and W. Bogdanowicz (eds.). 2000. Contributions to the study of bats: field use of acoustic detectors. Acta Chiropterologica, 2(2): 248

    O’Farrell, M.J., C. Corben, and W.L. Gannon. 2000. Geographic variation in the echolocation calls of the Hoary Bat (Lasiurus cinereus). Acta Chiropterologica, 2(2):185-196

    Ruedas, L.A., J. Salazar Bravo, J.W. Dragoo, and T.L. Yates. 2000. The Importance of Being Earnest: What, if Anything, Constitutes a “Specimen Examined”. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution, 17:129-132.

    Sherwin, R.E., W.L. Gannon, J.S. Altenbach, and D. Stricklan. 2000. Roost fidelity of Townsend’s Big-eared bat in Utah and Nevada. Transactions of the Western Section of the Wildlife Society, 36:102-110.

    Sherwin, R.E., W.L. Gannon, and S. Haymond. 2000. The efficacy of acoustic techniques to infer differential use of habitat by bats. Acta Chiropterologica, 2(2):145-153.

    Suzán, G., F. Galindo. and G. Ceballos. 2000. Importancia del estudio de enfermedades en la conservación de fauna silvestre. Revista Veterinaria México, 31:223-230.

    Valenzuela, D., G. Ceballos and A.García. 2000. Mange epizootic in white-nosed coatis in western Mexico. Journal of Wildlife Diseases, 36:56-63.

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    Papers Published In 1999

     

     

     

    Bogan, M.A. 1999. Family Vespertilionidae. Pp. 139-181 in Mamiferos del noroeste de Mexico (S.T. Alvarez-Castañeda and J.L. Patton, eds.).

    Bogan, M.A. 1999. Myotis californicus. Pp. 85-86 in The Smithsonian book of North American mammals (D.E. Wilson and S. Ruff, eds.). Smithsonian Institution Press, Washington, DC.

    Bogan, M.A. 1999. Myotis ciliolabrum. Pp. 87-88 in The Smithsonian book of North American mammals (D.E. Wilson and S. Ruff, eds.). Smithsonian Institution Press, Washington, DC.

    Bogan, M.A. 1999. Myotis evotis. Pp. 88-90 in The Smithsonian book of North American mammals (D.E. Wilson and S. Ruff, eds.). Smithsonian Institution Press, Washington, DC.

    Bogan, M.A. 1999. Myotis griscesens. Pp. 90-92 in The Smithsonian book of North American mammals (D.E. Wilson and S. Ruff, eds.). Smithsonian Institution Press, Washington, DC.

    Bogan, M.A. 1999. Myotis leibii. Pp. 93-94 in The Smithsonian book of North American mammals (D.E. Wilson and S. Ruff, eds.). Smithsonian Institution Press, Washington, DC.

    Bogan, M.A. and C.A. Ramotnik. 1999. Mammalian species diversity of the Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument. Pp. 153-159 in Proceedings of the Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument Science Symposium, November 4-5 1997, Southern Utah University.

    Calisher, C. and T.L. Yates. 1999. On naming of new viral species. American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene. 61(6): 863-864.

    Burt, M.S. and R.C. Dowler. 1999. Biochemical systematics of Geomys breviceps and two chromosomal races of Geomys attwateri in eastern Texas. Journal of Mammalogy, 80:799-809.

    Ceballos, G, G. Daily, P. Ehrlich, J. Pacheco, G. Suzán, A. Sanchez, B. Stephens, and J. Mieren. 1999. Countryside biogeography of Neotropical mammals: A Costa Rican case study. Organization for Tropical Studies, Wilson Botanical Garden, Las Cruces Biological Station. Amigos Newsletter 52:5-7.

     

    Ceballos, G., A. Szekely, A. García, P. Rodríguez and F. Noguera. 1999. Plan de Manejo de la Reserva de la Biósfera Chamela-Cuixmala. SEMARNAP, México D.F.

    Dragoo, J.W. and R.L. Honeycutt. 1999. Eastern Spotted Skunk / Spilogale putorius. Pp.185-186, in The Smithsonian Book of North American Mammals (D. E. Wilson and S. Ruff, eds.). Smithsonian Institution Press, Washington, D. C., 750 pp.

    Dragoo, J.W. and R.L. Honeycutt. 1999. Eastern Hog-nosed Skunk/ Conepatus leuconotus. Pp.190-191, in The Smithsonian Book of North American Mammals (D. E. Wilson and S. Ruff, eds.). Smithsonian Institution Press, Washington, D. C., 750 pp.

    Dragoo, J. W. and R. L. Honeycutt. 1999. Western Hog-nosed Skunk/ Conepatus mesoleucus. Pp.185-186, in The Smithsonian Book of North American Mammals (D. E. Wilson and S. Ruff, eds.). Smithsonian Institution Press, Washington, D. C., 750 pp.

    Frey, J. K. 1999. Osgood's mouse / Peromyscus gratus. Pp. 570-571, in The Smithsonian Book of North American Mammals (D. E. Wilson and S. Ruff, eds.). Smithsonian Institution Press, Washington, D.C., 750 pp.

    Frey, J. K. 1999. Mogollon vole / Microtus mogollonensis. Pp. 634-634 in The Smithsonian Book of North American Mammals (D. E. Wilson and S. Ruff, eds.). Smithsonian Institution Press, Washington, D.C. 750 pp.

    Gannon, W.L. 1999. Tamias alpinus. Pp. 357-358 in The Smithsonian book of North American mammals (D.E. Wilson and S. Ruff, eds.). Smithsonian Institution Press, Washington, DC.

    Gannon, W.L. 1999. Tamias ochrogenys. Pp. 370-372 in The Smithsonian book of North American mammals (D.E. Wilson and S. Ruff, eds.). Smithsonian Institution Press, Washington, DC.

    Gannon, W.L. 1999. Tamias siskiyou. Pp. 383-385 in The Smithsonian book of North American mammals (D.E. Wilson and S. Ruff, eds.). Smithsonian Institution Press, Washington, DC.

    Gannon, W.L. 1999. Zapus trinotatus. Pp. 669-670 in The Smithsonian book of North American mammals (D.E. Wilson and S. Ruff, eds.). Smithsonian Institution Press, Washington, DC.

    Mills, J.N., T.L. Yates, T.G. Ksiazek, C.J. Peters, and J.E. Childs. 1999. Long-term studies of hantavirus reservoir populations in the southwestern United States: rationale, potential, and methods. Emerging Infectious Diseases 5:95-101.

    Monroe, M.C., S.P. Morzunov, A. Johnson, M. Bowen, H. Artsob, T.L. Yates, C.J. Peters, P.E. Rollin, T.G. Ksiazek, and S.T. Nichol. 1999. Genetic diversity and distribution of hantaviruses in North America. Emerging Infectious Diseases, 5(1):75-86.

    O'Farrell, M.J., and W.L. Gannon. 1999. A comparison of acoustic versus capture techniques for the inventory of bats. Journal of Mammalogy, 80:24-30.

    O'Farrell, M.J., B.W. Miller, and W.L. Gannon. 1999. Qualitative identification of free-flying bats using the Anabat detector. Journal of Mammalogy, 80:11-23.

    O'Farrell, M.J., C. Corben, W.L. Gannon, and B.W. Miller. 1999. Confronting the dogma: a reply. Journal of Mammalogy, 80:297-302.

    Parmenter, C.A.., T.L. Yates, R.R. Parmenter, J.L. Dunnum. 1999. Long-Term Field Studies of Small Mammals for Hantavirus Antibody Prevalence: Statistical Sensitivity for Detection of Spatial and Temporal Patterns in Rodent Population Densities. Emerging Infectious Diseases, 5:118-125.

    Valdez, E.W., J. N. Stuart, and M.A. Bogan. 1999. Additional records of bats from the Middle Rio Grande Valley, New Mexico. The Southwestern Naturalist, 44:398-400.

    Valdez, E.W., J.R. Choate, M.A. Bogan, and T.L. Yates. 1999. Taxonomic status of Myotis occultus. Journal of Mammalogy, 80:545-552.

    Valtierra, M. and A. Garcia. 1999. Mating behaviour of the Mexican mouse opossum (Marmosa canescens) in Cuixmala, Jalisco, Mexico. Revista Mexicana de Mastozoologia, 3:146-147.

    Yates, T.L. 1999. American Shrew Mole/Neurotrichus gibbsii. Pp. 56-57 In, Smithsonian Book of North American Mammals (D. E. Wilson and S. Ruff, Eds.) Smithsonian Institution Press, Washington, D.C. 750pp.

    Yates, T.L. 1999. Broad-footed mole/Scapanus latimanus. Pp. 57-58 In, Smithsonian Book of North American Mammals (D. E. Wilson and S. Ruff, Eds.) Smithsonian Institution Press, Washington, D.C. 750pp.

    Yates, T.L. 1999. Townsend's Mole/Scapanus townsendii. Pp. 60-61 In, Smithsonian Book of North American Mammals (D. E. Wilson and S. Ruff, Eds.) Smithsonian Institution Press, Washington, D.C. 750pp.

    Yates, T.L. 1999. Eastern Mole/Scalopus aquaticus. Pp. 63-64 In, Smithsonian Book of North American Mammals (D. E. Wilson and S. Ruff, Eds.) Smithsonian Institution Press, Washington, D.C. 750pp.

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    Papers Published In 1998:

     

    Alvarez-Castaeda, S.T., and M.A. Bogan. 1998. Myotis peninsularis. Mammalian Species 573:1-2.

    Bogan, M.A., C.D. Allen, E.H. Muldavin, S.P. Platania, J.N. Stuart, G.H. Farley, P. Mehlhop, and J. Belnap. 1998. Southwest. Pp. 543-592 in Status and trends of the nation's biological resources. 2 vols. M.J. Mac, P.A. Opler, C.E. Puckett, and P.D. Doran (eds.). U.S. Department of Interior, U.S. Geological Survey, Reston, VA. 964 pp.

    Ceballos, G., M. Maass, R. Medellín, M. Equihua, R. Dirzo, A. Equihua, A. García, M. Lazcano, L. Hernández and F. Noguera. 1998. The Mexican long-term ecological research network. The International long-term ecological research network (R. Waide, ed). U.S. LTER Network, University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, New Mexico: 52-57

    Demboski, J. R., B. K. Jacobsen, and J. A. Cook. 1998. Endemism in the Alexander Archipelago: an assessment of genetic variation in flying squirrels (Rodentia: Glaucomys sabrinus). Canadian Journal of Zoology 76:1771-1777.

    Gannon, W.L. 1998. Syntopy between two species of long-eared bats (Myotis evotis and Myotis auriculus). The Southwestern Naturalist, 43:394-396.

    Gannon, W.L. 1998. Detecting dinner: how bats find their prey and how we know about it. Zooscape on the Rio Grande, 30:24-27.

    Genoways, H. H., and J. R. Choate. 1998. Natural history of the Southern Short-tailed Shrew, Blarina carolinensis. Occasional Papers of the Museum of Southwestern Biology, 8:1-43.

    Mills, J.N., J.M. Johnson, T.G. Kslazek, B.A. Ellis, P.E. Rollin, T.L. Yates, M.O. Mann, M.R. Johnson, M.L. Campbell, J. Miyashiro, M. Patrick, M. Zyzak, D. Lavender, M.G. Novak, K. Schmidt, C.J. Peters, and J.E. Childs. 1998. A survey of hantavirus antibody in small-mammal populations in selected Unites States national parks. The American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, 58:525-532.

    Palma, R.E., and T.L. Yates. 1998. Phylogeny of southern South American mouse opossums (Thylamys, Didelphidae) based on allozyme and chromosomal data. International Journal of Mammalian Biology, 63:1-15.

    Parmenter, C.A., T.L. Yates, R.R. Parmenter, J.N. Mills, J.E. Childs, M.L. Campbell, J.L. Dunnum, and J. Milner. 1998 Small mammal survival and trapability in mark-recapture monitoring programs for hantavirus. Journal of Wildlife Diseases, 34:1-12.

    Racz, G., and A. Demeter. 1998. Character displacement in mandible shape and size in two species of water shrews (Neomys, Mammalia: Insectivora). Acta Zoologica Academiae Scientiarum Hungaricae, 44:165-175.

    Ramotnik, C.A. 1998. First record of the round-tailed horned lizard, Phrynosoma modestum, in Colorado. The Southwestern Naturalist, 43:498-499.

    Riddle, B.R., D.L. Propst, and T.L. Yates. 1998. Mitochondrial DNA variation in Gila trout, Oncorhynchus gilae: implications for management of an endangered species. Copeia, 1998:31-39.

    Ruedas, L.A. 1998. Systematics of Sylvilagus Gray, 1867 (Lagomorpha: Leporidae) from southwestern North America. Journal of Mammalogy, 79:1355-1378.

    Valdez, E.W. 1998. Noteworthy records of bats from southern Colorado. The Prairie Naturalist, 30:181-182.

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    Papers Published In 1997:

     

    Alvarez-Castaeda, S.T., and M.A. Bogan. 1997. Myotis milleri. Mammalian Species, 561:1-3.

    Bogan, M.A. 1997. Historical changes in the landscape and vertebrate diversity of north central Nebraska. Pp. 105-130 in Ecology and conservation of Great Plains vertebrates (F.L. Knopf and F.B. Samson, eds.). Springer-Verlag, New York, 320 pp.

    Bogan, M.A. 1997. On the status of Neotoma varia from Isla Dtil, Sonora. Pp. 81-88 in Life among the muses: Papers in honor of J. S. Findley (Yates, T.L., W. L. Gannon, and D.E. Wilson, eds.). Special Publication, Museum of Southwestern Biology, No. 3, 308 pp.

    Bogan, M.A. 1997. Bats happen-ecologically. Book review of "Ecology, evolution and behavior of bats by P.A. Racey and S.M. Swift (eds.)." Ecology, 78:1293-1294.

    Ceballos, G. and A. García. 1997. La selva baja: Biodiversidad única en peligro. Ocelotl, Revista Mexicana de la Conservación, 5:4-9.

    Dragoo, J.W. 1997. What is black and white and smells like a skunk? Zooscape on the Rio Grande, 29:22-25.

    Dragoo, J.W., and R.L. Honeycutt. 1997. Systematics of mustelid-like carnivores. Journal of Mammalogy, 78:426-443.

    García, A. and G. Ceballos. 1997. Chamela-Cuixmala, primera reserva de selva baja en México. Ocelotl. Revista Mexicana de la Conservación, 5:10-15.

    Frey, J.K. 1997. Mammal conservation in New Mexico. Zooscape on the Rio Grande, 29:20-22.

    Frey, J.K., and M.L. Campbell. 1997. Introduced populations of fox squirrel (Sciurus niger) in the Trans-Pecos and Llano Estacado regions of New Mexico and Texas. The Southwestern Naturalist, 42:356-358.

    Frey, J.K., and F.A. Cervantes. 1997. Microtus oaxacensis.Mammalian Species, 556:1-3.

    Frey, J.K., and F.A. Cervantes. 1997. Microtus umbrosus. Mammalian Species, 555:1-3.

    Frey, J.K., R.D. Fisher, and L.A. Ruedas. 1997. Identification and restriction of the type locality of the Manzano Mountains cottontail, Sylvilagus cognatus Nelson, 1907 (Mammalia: Lagomorpha: Leporidae). Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington, 110:329-331.

    Gannon, W.L. 1997. Calling in the cold of the night. Zooscape on the Rio Grande, 29:20-22.

    Gannon, W.L. 1997. Influences of rivers on chipmunk vocalization patterns. Pp 273-286 in Life among the muses: Papers in honor of J. S. Findley (Yates, T.L., W.L. Gannon, and D.E. Wilson, eds.). Special Publication, Museum of Southwestern Biology, No. 3, 308 pp.

    Gannon, W.L., and D.E. Wilson. 1997. Annotated bibliography of James S. Findley. Pp. 33-42 in Life among the muses: Papers in honor of J.S. Findley (Yates, T.L., W.L. Gannon, and D.E. Wilson, eds.). Special Publication, Museum of Southwestern Biology, No. 3, 308 pp.

    Hafner, M. S., W. L. Gannon, J. Salazar-Bravo, S. T. Alvarez-Castañeda.1997. Mammal collections in the Western Hemisphere: A survey and directory of existing collections. Published by the American Society of Mammalogists, Allen Press, Lawrence, Kansas, 93 p.

    Mollhagen, T.R., and M.A. Bogan. 1997. Bats of the Henry Mountains region of southeastern Utah. Occasional Papers, Museum of Texas Tech University, 170:1-13.

    Perry, T.W., P.M. Cryan, S.R. Davenport, and M.A. Bogan. 1997. New locality for Euderma maculatum (Chiroptera: Vespertilionidae) in New Mexico. The Southwestern Naturalist, 42:99-101.

    Ramotnik, C.A. 1997. Conservation assessment of the Sacramento Mountain salamander. United States Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, General Technical Report, RM-293. 19 pp.

    Ramotnik, C.A. 1997. The cloud-climbing salamanders of New Mexico. Bajada, 5(3):14.

    Ruedas, L.A., and J.A.W. Kirsch. 1997. Systematics of Maxomys Sody 1936 (Rodentia: Muridae: Murinae): DNA/DNA hybridisation studies of some BorneoJavan species and allied Sundaic and AustraloPapuan genera. Biological Journal of the Linnaean Society. Biological Journal of the Linnaean Society, 61:385-408.

    Wilber, P.G., and M.J. Patrick. 1997. Mark-recapture vs. simulated removal trapping for assessing temporal patterns in ecological communities: an example using coccidian parasites of two species of rodents. The American Midland Naturalist, 137:112-123.

    Yates, T.L., W.L. Gannon, and D.E. Wilson (eds.). 1997. Life among the Muses: papers in honor of James S. Findley. Special Publication, The Museum of Southwestern Biology, 3:1-308 pp. $20.00

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    Papers Published In 1996:

     

    Bogan, M.A., and R.B. Finley, Jr. 1996. Book review of "Mammals of Colorado. J. Fitzgerald, C. Meaney, and D.M. Armstrong." Journal of Mammalogy, 77:901-904.

    Bogan, M.A., J.G. Osborne, and J.A. Clark. 1996 (1997). Observations of bats at Badlands National Park, South Dakota. The Prairie Naturalist, 28:115-123.

    Bogan, M.A., T.J. O'Shea, and L. Ellison. 1996. Diversity and conservation of bats in North America. Endangered Species Update, 13:1-2,14.

    García, A. and M. Valtierra-Azotla. 1996. Sibon annuliferus (Western Snail-eating Snake). México:Jalisco. Herpetological Review, 27(2):89

    García, A. and M. Valtierra-Azotla. 1996. Ficimia publia (Blotched-nosed Snake). México:Jalisco. Herpetological Review, 27(2):88

    Frey, J.K. 1996. Mammalian type localities in New Mexico. Occasional Papers of the Museum of Southwestern Biology, 7:1-21.

    Frey, J. K. 1996. Rock Rattlesnake (Crotalus lepidus). Aquatic Behavior. Herpetological Review, 27:145.

    Frey, J.K., and T.L. Yates. 1996. Mammalian diversity in New Mexico. Pp 4-37 in New Mexico's natural heritage: biological diversity in the land of enchantment (E.A. Herrera and L.F. Henneke, eds.). New Mexico Journal of Science, 36, Las Cruces, NM. 375 pp.

    Gannon, W.L., and M.S. Foster. 1996. Recording mammal calls. Pp 311-326 in Measuring and monitoring biological diversity: standard methods for mammals (Wilson, D.E., F.R. Cole, J.D. Nichols, R. Rudran, and M.S. Foster, eds.). Smithsonian Institution Press, Washington, D.C., 409 pp.

    Pacheco, L.F., and J.A. Salazar. 1996. Bases para la conservacin de flidos en Bolivia. Ecologa en Bolivia, 26:71-92.

    Palma, R.E., and T.L. Yates. 1996. The chromosomes of Bolivian didelphid marsupials. Occasional Papers of the Museum of Texas Tech University, 162. 21 pp.

    Polechla, P. J., Jr. 1996. New host records of ticks (Acarina; Ixodidae) parasitizing the river otter (Lutra canadensis). IUCN Otter Specialist Group Bulletin, 13:8-12.

    Salazar, J. 1996. Book review of "Avances en el estudio de los mamferos de Mexico. R. Medellin and G. Ceballos, eds." Journal of Mammalogy, 77:597-601./p>

    Stuart, J.N. 1996. Book review of "The mammals of Texas. W.B. Davis and D. Schmidly." Prairie Naturalist, 27:248-249.

    Yates, T.L. 1996. Tissues, cell suspensions, and chromosomes. Pp 275-278 in Measuring and monitoring biological diversity: standard methods for mammals (D.E. Wilson, ed.). Smithsonian Institution Press.

    Yates, T.L., C. Jones, and J.A. Cook. 1996. Preservation of voucher specimens. Pp 265-273 in Measuring and monitoring biological diversity: standard methods for mammals (D.E. Wilson, ed.). Smithsonian Institution Press.

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    Papers Published In 1995:

     

     

     

    Bermudez, F.C., J.N. Stuart, J.K. Frey, and R. Valdez. 1995. Distribution and status of the Virginia opossum (Didelphis virginiana) in New Mexico. The Southwestern Naturalist, 40:336-340.

    Ceballos, G. and A. García. 1995. Conserving Neotropical Biodiversity: The Role of Dry Forest in Western Mexico. Conservation Biology, 9(6):1349-1356.

    Compton, S.B., and J.R. Callahan. 1995. Reproductive behavior in Merriam's chipmunk (Tamias merriami). Great Basin Naturalist, 55:89-91.

    Dickerman, A.W., and T.L. Yates. 1995. Systematics of Oligoryzomys: protein-electrophoretic analyses. Journal of Mammalogy, 76:172-188.

    Gannon, W.L. 1995. Book review of "Ecological morphology: integrative organismal biology. 1994. P. C. Wainwright and S. M. Reilly (eds.), University of Chicago Press, Chicago, 367 pp." Journal of Mammalogy, 76:1288-1290.

    Gannon, W.L., and R.B. Forbes. 1995. Tamias senex. Mammalian Species, 502:1-6

    García, A. & G. Ceballos. 1995. Reproduction and breeding success of California Least Terns in Jalisco, Mexico. The Condor, 97:1084-1087.

    Glass, P.J., and W.L. Gannon. 1995. Description of M. uropataginalis (a new muscle), with additional comments from a microscopy study of the uropatagium of the fringed myotis (Myotis thysanodes). Canadian Journal of Zoology, 72:1752-1754.

    Finley, R.B., Jr., and M.A. Bogan. 1995. New records of terrestrial mammals in northwestern Colorado. Proceedings of the Denver Museum of Natural History, Series 3, No. 10:1-6.

    Frey, J.K., J.H. Fraga, and F.C. Bermudez. 1995. A new locality of the montane vole (Microtus montanus arizonensis) in New Mexico. The Southwestern Naturalist, 40:421-422.

    Frey, J.K., and M.J. Patrick. 1995. Gastrointestinal helminths from the endangered Hualapai vole, Microtus mogollonensis hualpaiensis (Rodentia: Cricetidae). Journal of Parasitology, 81:641-643.

    Hartman, G.D. 1995. Age determination, age structure, and longevity in the mole, Scalopus aquaticus (Mammalia: Insectivora). Journal of Zoology, London 237:107-122.

    Hartman, G.D. 1995. Seasonal effects on sex ratios in moles collected by trapping. American Midland Naturalist, 133:298-303.

    Hjelle, B., B. Anderson, N. Torrez-Martinez, W. Song, W.L. Gannon, and T.L. Yates. 1995. Prevalence and geographic genetic variation of hantaviruses of New World harvest mice (Reithrodontomys): identification of a divergent genotype from a Costa Rican Reithrodontomys mexicanus. Virology, 207:452-459.

    Mills, J.N., T.L. Yates, J.E. Childs, R.R. Parmenter, T.G. Ksiazek, P.E. Rollin and C.J. Peters. 1995. Guidelines for working with rodents potentially infected with hantavirus. Journal of Mammalogy, 76:716-722.

    Palma, R.E. 1995. The karyotypes of two South American mouse opossums of the genus Thylamys (Marsupialia: Didelphidae), from the Andes, and eastern Paraguay. Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington, 108:1-5.

    Parmenter, R.R., S.L. Brantley, J.H. Brown, C.S. Crawford, D.C. Lightfoot, and T.L. Yates. 1995. Diversity of animal communities on southwestern rangelands: species patterns, habitat relationships, and land management. Natural Resources and Environmental Issues, 4:51-71.

    Ruedas, L. A. 1995. Description of a new largebodied species of Apomys Mearns, 1905, (Mammalia: Rodentia: Muridae) from Mindoro Island, Philippines. Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington, 108:302-318.

    Sullivan, R.M., and T.L. Yates. 1995. Population genetics and conservation biology of relict populations of red squirrels. Pp.193-208 in Storm over a mountain island: conservation biology and the Mt. Graham affair ( C. A. Istock and R. S. Hoffmann, eds.). The University of Arizona Press, Tucson, AZ.

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    Papers Published In 1994:

    Bogan, M.A.1994. Research determines status and distribution of bats on the Colorado Plateau. Colorado Plateau Newsletter, 4:1-7.

    Childs, J.E., T.G. Ksiazek, C.F. Spiropoulou, J.W. Krebs, S. Morzunov, G.O. Maupi, K.L. Gage, P.E. Rollin, J. Sarisky, R.E. Enscore, J.K. Frey, C.J. Peters, and S.T. Nichol. 1994. Serologic and genetic identification of Peromyscus maniculatus as the primary reservoir for a new hantavirus in the southwestern United States. Journal of Infectious Diseases, 169:2171-2180.

    Cook, J.A., and T.L. Yates. 1994. Systematic relationships of the Bolivian tuco-tuco, genus Ctenomys (Rodentia: Ctenomyidae). Journal of Mammalogy, 75:583-599.

    Frey, J. K., and F. C. Bermudez. 1994. Cordilleran flycatchers nesting within a cave. New Mexico Ornithological Society Bulletin, 22:23-24.

    García, A. and G. Ceballos. 1994. Field Guide to the reptiles and amphibians of the Jalisco Coats, Mexico. (A Spanish and English edition) Fundación Ecológica de Cuixmala, A.C. e Instituto de Biología (UNAM), México

    Glass, P.J. and W.L. Gannon. 1994. Description of M. uropataginalis (a new muscle), with additional comments from a microscopy study of the uropatagium of the fringed myotis (Myotis thysanodes). Canadian Journal of Zoology, 72:1752-1754.

    Hjelle, B., F. Chavez-Giles, N. Torrez-Martinez, T.L. Yates, J. Sarisky, J. Webb, and M. Ascher. 1994. Genetic identification of a novel hantavirus of the harvest mouse Reithrodontomy megalotis. Journal of Virology, 68:6751-6754.

    Hoyt, R.A., J.S. Altenbach, and D.J. Hafner. 1994. Observations on long-nosed bats (Leptonycteris) in New Mexico. The Southwestern Naturalist, 39:175-179.

    Kamiya, M., Y. Oku, H. K. Ooi, N. Nonaka, and T.L. Yates. 1994. Diversity of taeniid parasites transmitted through predator-prey interaction. Pp 51-59 in Biodiversity: its complexity and role (M. Yasuno and M.M. Watanabe, eds.). Global Environmental Forum.

    Kelt, D.A. 1994. The natural history of small mammals from Aisn Province, southern Chile. Revista Chilena de Historia Natural, 67:183-207.

    Kelt, D.A., and M.H. Gallardo. 1994. A new species of tuco-tuco, genus Ctenomys (Rodentia: Ctenomyidae) from Patagonian Chile. Journal of Mammalogy, 75:338-348.

    Matsuzaki, T., Y. Yokohata, M. Kamiya, and T.L. Yates. 1994. Laboratory rearing of a hibernating animal, pocket mouse (Perognathus flavus). Experimental Animals, 43:421-425.

    Matsuzaki, T., K. Matsuzaki, Y. Yokohata, R. Ohtsubo, M. Kamiya, and T.L. Yates. 1994. Breeding of the northern grasshopper mouse (Onychomys leucogaster) as a laboratory animal. Experimental Animals, 43:395-401.

    Ruedas, L.A. 1994. ORI should stay. Nature, 369:701.

    Ruedas, L.A., and R.M. Brown. 1994. Forest protection in the Philippines: an alternative view. Global Biodiversity, 4:1721. (Published under pseudonyms).

    Ruedas, L.A., and F.B.B. Elder. 1994. On the putative existence of a diploid number 42 cytotype of Sylvilagus aquaticus (Bachman, 1837; Lagomorpha: Leporidae). Mammalia, 58:250253.

    Ruedas, L.A., J.R. Demboski, and R.V. Sison. 1994. Morphological and ecological variation in Otopteropus cartilagonodus Kock, 1969 (Mammalia: Chiroptera: Pteropodidae) from Luzon, Philippines. Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington, 107:116.

    Salazar, J., M.L. Campbell, S. Anderson, S.L. Gardner, and J.L. Dunnum. 1994 New records of Bolivian mammals. Mammalia, 58: 125-130.

    Sullivan, R.M. 1994. Micro-evolutionary differentiation and biogeographic structure among coniferous forest populations of the Mexican woodrat (Neotoma mexicana) in the American Southwest: a test of the vicariance hypothesis. Journal of Biogeography, 21:369-389.

    Whitaker, J.O., Jr., G.D. Hartman, and R. Hein. 1994. Food and ectoparasites of the southern short-tailed shrew, Blarina carolinensis (Mammalia: Soricidae), from South Carolina. Brimleyana, 21:97-105.

    Yates, T.L. 1994. Assessing and monitoring biological diversity at the genetic level. Pp. 41-50 in Biodiversity: its complexity and role (M. Yasuno, and M.M. Watanabe, eds.). Global Environmental Forum.Occasional Papers of the Museum of Southwestern Biology

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