Presentations - Utah CBCP

    Presentations

    Utah Sage-Grouse

    Todd A. Black. 2014.  Video recording of sage-grouse at lek.  Filmed during 2013 and 2014 in Rich County Utah. 


    David Dahlgren presentation to NRCS Sage-Grouse Initiative biologists in January 2016. Dave discusses the essence of the Utah Community-based Conservation Program during the last 25 years and the effects of management actions on sage-grouse.

    Brandon Flack presentation to Summit County Council, Aug. 5, 2015.  Ecology of Greater Sage-grouse in the Morgan-Summit SGMA: Conservation Implications for Managers. 

    Casey Cardinal, 2015. Thesis defense slide presentation. Factors Influencing the Ecology of Greater Sage-grouse in the Bear Lake Plateau and Valley, Idaho-Utah.  

    Seth Dettenmaier. 2015. Greater Sage-grouse Response to Season-long and Prescribed Rotational Livestock Grazing. 2014 Research Review presented to Deseret Land and Livestock on Jan. 7, 2015.

    Avery Cook, 2015.  Thesis defense slide presentation. Greater Sage-grouse Seasonal Habitat Models, Response to Juniper Reduction and Effects of Capture Behavior on Vital Rates in Northwestern Utah.  

    Seth Dettenmaier. 2014. Greater Sage-grouse Response to Season-long and Prescribed Rotational Livestock Grazing on Paired Ecological Sites.  Slide presentation given at the Utah Section of the Society for Range Management Annual Meeting, November 2014.  

     

    Dave Dahlgren, Terry Messmer, and Randy Larsen. 2014.  Sage-grouse Seasonal Movements and Utah's SGMAs.  Slide presentation given at the Utah Chapter of The Wildlife Society Annual Meetings, March 2014.  

    Dave Dahlgren and Michael Guttery. 2014. Effects of Landscape Scale Environmental Variation on Greater Sage-grouse Chick Survival.  Slide presentation given at the Utah Chapter of The Wildlife Society Annual Meetings, March 2014.

    Dave Dahlgren, Michael Guttery, and David Koons. 2014. Sage-grouse Population Modeling.  Slide presentation given at the Utah Chapter of The Wildlife Society Annual Meetings, March 2014.  

    Cheyenne Burnett. 2013  Unique Habitat Use in a Fringe Greater Sage-grouse Population.  Thesis defense mp3 file.

    Heather H. McPherron and S. Nicki Frey. 2012.  The Effect of Fences on Greater Sage-grouse Within Two Small Populations in Southwestern Utah.  Presentation given at the Central Mountains and Plains Section of The Wildlife Society Conference in Mandan, North Dakota. (large file)

    Cheyenne Burnett and Nicki Frey.  2012. Unique Habitat Use in a Greater Sage-grouse Fringe Population.  Poster presented at The Wildlife Society Annual Meetings. (large file)

    Michael Guttery, 2012. Conserving a Western Icon: Problems and Progress in Understanding Greater Sage-grouse Ecology and Management.  Presentation to the Wildland Resources Department Graduate Seminar.  

    Benn Crabb and Todd Black. 2011. Development of statewide 30 meter winter sage-grouse habitat models for Utah.  Report.  

    Stephanie Graham and Terry Messmer. 2011.  Mitigating threats to Greater sage-grouse through sagebrush-steppe habitat manipulations.  Poster presented at The Wildlife Society annual meetings, November 2011.

    Presentations made to County Commissions or Councils in the Spring of 2011.  Box Elder, Carbon/Emery, Iron, Rich, Southwest Desert, Summitt, Tooele, Uintah, Wasatch, Wayne/Piute (large files)

    Casey Cardinal. 2011. Factors influencing the Ecology of Greater Sage-Grouse on the Bear Lake Valley, Utah-Idaho Current Research Progress and Future Research Plans.  pdf version

    Stephanie Graham. 2011. Mitigating threats to Greater sage-grouse through shrub-steppe habitat manipulations.  Presentation given at the USU Wildland Resources Graduate Student Symposium.  pdf version

    Casey Cardinal. 2011. Factors influencing the ecology of Greater sage-grouse in the Bear Lake Valley, Idaho-Utah. Presentation given at the USU Wildland Resources Graduate Student Symposium. pdf version

    James Taylor. 2011. Evaluation of mechanical, biological, and chemical treatments to restore sagebrush steppe in Northeastern Utah. Presentation given at the USU Wildland Resources Graduate Student Symposium. pdf version

    Michael Guttery PhD Defense presentation. 2010. Ecology and management of a high elevation southern range Greater sage-grouse population: vegetation manipulation, early chick survival, and hunter motivation.  large pdf file

    Michael Guttery, David Dahlgren, Terry Messmer, and David Koons.  2010.  Influence of Demographic and Habitat Parameters on Sage-grouse Chick Survival.  Presentation given at the 2010 WAFWA Meetings in Twin Falls, ID. pdf version

    David Dahlgren, Terry Messmer, Michael Guttery, and Eric Thacker.  2010. Sage-grouse Brood Detection Techniques.  Presentation given at the 2010 WAFWA Meetings in Twin Falls, ID. pdf version

    David Dahlgren, Terry Messmer and David Koons.  2010.  Sage-grouse Population Modeling, Parker Mountain, Utah.  Presentation given at the 2010 WAFWA Meetings in Twin Falls, ID.  pdf version

    Phoebe Prather. 2010. "Raptor and Corvid use of Distribution Line Power Poles.  Presentation or pdf version.

    Phoebe Prather. 2010. "Factors affecting Gunnison Sage-grouse Conservation in San Juan County, Utah.  Presentation or pdf version.

    David Dahlgren, Terry Messmer, S. Nicole Frey, Michael Guttery, and Eric Thacker. 2010. Managing Greater Sage-Grouse Habitats Using the Cow, Plow, Axe, and Fire: Lessons from Leopold. Presentation given at the Society for Range Management Annual Meetings, February 2010 in Denver, Colorado. PDF version of slide presentation.

    David Dahlgren et al. 2008. Powerpoint Presentation given at the WAFWA meetings. "Estimating Greater Sage-grouse Juvenile Survival in Utah"

    Lorien Belton et al. 2008.Presentation to Senior Level NRCS Biologists. "Sage-grouse Local Working Groups: An Overview of Needs."  

    David Dahlgren et al. 2006. Powerpoint Presentation given at the WAFWA meetings.  "Greater Sage grouse Response to Sagebrush Management in Utah"

    Michael Guttery. 2008. Powerpoint Presentation given at the BEHAVE Conference.  "Sheep for Sage grouse"