Sage-grouse research was the special topic of the Fall 2013 issue of Human-Wildlife Interactions Journal.  There are nine new research articles

  • Caudill, D., M.R. Guttery, B. Bibles, T.A. Messmer, G. Caudill, E. Leone, D.K. Dahlgren, and R. Chi. 2014. Effects of climatic variation and reproductive trade-offs vary by measure of reproductive effort in greater sage-grouse. Ecosphere 5(12):154. pdf file
  • Caudill, Danny, T.A. Messmer, B. Bibles, and M.R. Guttery. 2014. Greater Sage-grouse Juvenile Survival in Utah.  Journal of Wildlife Management 78:808-817.  pdf file
  • 2014 Accomplishment Report for Utah's Adaptive Resource Management Greater Sage-grouse Local Working Groups.  
  • Duvuvuei, Orrin V.  2013. Vital Rates, Population Trends, and Habitat-use Patterns of a Translocated Greater Sage-grouse Population: Implications for Future Translocations.  Thesis, Utah State University, Logan, Utah.  
  • Breidinger, Leah S., K.E. Mock, and T.A. Messmer. 2013. Greater sage-grouse and natural gas development in Utah: Using population genetic data for conservation efforts.  Western North American Naturalist 73(2):177-183. pdf file
  • Cheyenne Burnett, 2013.  Modeling Habitat Use of a Fringe Greater Sage-grouse Population at Multiple Spatial Scales.  Thesis, Utah State University, Logan, Utah. 
  • Frey, S.N., R. Curtis, and K. Heaton.  2013. Home Range and Movements of Greater Sage-grouse in its Southern-most Distribution.  USU Extension Bulletin.  
  • Graham, Stephanie E. 2013.  Greater sage-grouse habitat selection and use patterns in response to vegetation management practices in northwestern Utah.  M.S. Thesis, Utah State University, Logan.
  • Guttery, M.R., T.A. Messmer, E.T. Thacker, N. Gruber, and C.M. Columber. 2013. Greater Sage-Grouse Sex Ratios in Utah: Implications for Reporting Population Trends.  Journal of Wildlife Management.  pdf file
  • Guttery, M.R., D.K. Dahlgren, T.A. Messmer, J.W. Connelly, K.P. Reese, P.A. Terletzky, N. Burkepile and D.N. Koons. 2013. Effects of Landscape-Scale Environmental Variation on Greater Sage-grouse Chick Survival.  PLoS ONE 8(6):e65582. pdf file
  • Messmer, Terry. 2013.  Lessons Learned from the Greater Sage-grouse. Challenges and Emerging Opportunities for Agriculture and Rural Communities.  Policy Brief for the National Agricultural & Rural Development Policy Center. 
  • Belton, L. (compiler) 2012. Conservation Programs for Private Lands.  Programs and Resources Available in Utah for Implementation of Utah's Wildlife Action Plan.  A joint project of:  Utah State University Wildlife Extension Community-Based Conservation Program, Utah’s Department of Natural Resources: Endangered Species Mitigation Fund, Utah’s Division of Wildlife Resources: Utah’s State Wildlife Action Plan, Quinney Professorship for Wildlife Conflict Management, and Jack H. Berryman Institute.
  • 2012 Accomplishment Report for Utah's Adaptive Resource Management Greater Sage-grouse Local Working Groups.
  • Natasha W. Gruber (2012). Population Dynamics and Movements of Translocated and Resident Greater Sage-grouse on Anthro Mountain, Utah. Thesis. Utah State University.  
  • Eric Thacker, D.R. Gardner, T.A. Messmer, M.R. Guttery, and D.K. Dahlgren. 2012. Using Gas Chromatography to Determine Winter Diets of Greater Sage-grouse in Utah.  Journal of Wildlife Management 76:588-592. pdf file

Note: These publications are a portion of the publications available at the master page.