Research By Taxa



Statistical Population Reconstruction of Mule Deer on MCB Camp Pendleton, CA 1990-2013.
Michael V. Clawson and John R. Skalski. Technical Report. (2014)

Calibrating Statistical Population Reconstruction Models Using Catch-Effort and Index Data
John R. Skalski, Richard L. Townsend and Brian A. Gilbert. Journal of Wildlife Management. (2007)


Evaluation of Fixed- and Random-Effects Models and Multistage Estimation Procedures in Statistical Population Reconstruction.
Christopher M. Gast, John R. Skalski and Dean E. Beyer. The Journal of Wildlife Management. (2013)

Statistical Models for Population Reconstruction Using Age-at-Harvest Data
Nancy E. Gove, John R. Skalski, Peter Zager and Richard L. Townsend. Journal of Wildlife Management (2002)

Large Carnivore

Black Bear

Integrated Population Modeling of Black Bears in Minnesota: Implications for Monitoring and Management. **
John R. Fieberg, Kyle W. Shertzer, Paul B. Conn, Karen V. Noyce and David L. Garshelis. PLoS ONE. (2010)

Statistical Population Reconstruction, Black Bear, Washington. in Wildlife Demography (Pages 531-533).
John R. Skalski, Kristen E. Ryding, Joshua J. Millspaugh. Book. (2005)

Bayesian Analysis of Wildlife Age-at-Harvest Data **
Paul B. Conn, Duane R. Diefenbach, Jeffrey L. Laake, Mark A. Ternent and Gary C. White. Biometrics. (2008)


Game Birds

Sage Grouse

Using Statistical Population Reconstruction to Estimate Demographic Trends in Small Game Populations.
Kristin Broms, John R. Skalski, Joshua J. Millspaugh, Christian A. Hagen and John H. Schulz. Journal of Wildlife Management (2010)

Mourning Dove

Wild Turkey

Statisitcal Population Reconstruction, a Tool to Improve How States Monitor Wildlife Trends.
Michael V. Clawson, John R. Skalski, and Jason L. Isabelle. The Wildlife Professional. (2016)

Trends in Male Wild Turkey Abundance and Harvest Following Restoration Efforts in the Southeast Region of Missouri, 1960–2010.
Michael V. Clawson, John R. Skalski, Jason L. Isabelle and Joshua J. Millspaugh. Wildlife Society Bulletin. (2015)

Random Effects Models and Multistage Estimation Procedures for Statistical Population Reconstruction of Small Game Populations.
Christopher M. Gast, John R. Skalski, Jason L. Isabelle and Michael V. Clawson. PLoS ONE. (2013)

Fur Bearers


Abundance Trends of American Martens in Michigan Based on Statistical Population Reconstruction.
John R. Skalski, Joshua J. Millspaugh, Michael. V. Clawson, Jerrold L. Belant, Dwayne. R. Etter, Brian J. Frawley and Paul D. Friedrich. Journal of Wildlife Management. (2011)

** External Research Related to SPR