Publications

Publications2021-04-10T20:15:14+00:00
Backhouse, Gary and Clark, Tim. 1995. Endangered Species Conservation in Australia: A Partial Review & Recommendations. Endangered Species Update. 12(9): 1-4.2021-03-29T20:53:00+00:00
Barmore, William J. 1987. The distribution and abundance of ungulates in the Northern Yellowstone ecosystem in pristine times and today. Presented at Greater Yellowstone Coalition’s Scientific Conference on the Northern Yellowstone: Issues and Alternatives for Ecosystem Management. Lake Hotel, Yellowstone National Park.2021-03-29T21:05:57+00:00
Brunner, Ronald and Clark, T. 1997. A Practice-Based Approach to Ecosystem Management. Conservation Biology. 11 (1): 48-58.2021-03-29T21:07:33+00:00
Burroughs, Richard and Clark, Tim. 1995. Ecosystem Management: A Comparison of Greater Yellowstone and Georges Bank. Environmental Management. 19 (5): 649-663.2021-03-29T21:08:32+00:00
Byrd, Kimberly. 2002. Mirrors and metaphors: contemporary narratives of the wolf in Minnesota. Ethics, Place, and Environment. 5(1): 50-652021-03-29T21:09:22+00:00
Cherney, David 2011. Securing the free movement of wildlife: lessons from the American West’s longest land mammal migration.Environmental Law. 41:599-617.2021-03-29T20:55:29+00:00
Cherney, David and Clark, Susan. 2008. The American West’s longest mammal migration: clarifying & securing the common interest. Policy Sci. 42 (2): 95-111.2021-03-29T21:11:29+00:00
Clark, Susan; et al. 2010. Large Scale Conservation: Integrating Science, Management, and Policy in the Common Interest. Yale School of Forestry & Environmental Studies Publication Series.2021-03-29T21:12:17+00:00
Clark, Tim & Wallace, Richard. 1999. The professional in endangered species conservation: an introduction to standpoint clarification. Endangered Species Update. 16(1): 9-13.2021-04-10T18:54:53+00:00
Clark, Tim and Brunner, Ronald. 1996. Making partnerships work in endangered species conservation: an introduction to the decision process. Endangered Species Update. 13(9): 1-5.2021-04-10T18:54:41+00:00
Clark, Tim and Cragun, John. 1991. Organization and Management of Endangered Species Programs. Endangered Species Update. 8(8): 1-4.2021-04-10T18:53:16+00:00
Clark, Tim and Harvey, Ann. 1989. Rare, Sensitive, and Threatened Species of the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem. Northern Rockies Conservation Cooperative. Montana Natural Heritage Program, The Nature Conservancy – Idaho, Montana, and Wyoming Field Offices, & Mountain West Environmental Services.2021-04-10T18:52:26+00:00
Clark, Tim and Kellert, Stephen. 1988. Towards a Policy Paradigm of the Wildlife Sciences. Renewable Resources Journal. Winter 1988: 7-16.2021-04-10T18:51:37+00:00
Clark, Tim and Westrum, Ron. 1989. High performance teams in wildlife conservation: a species reintroduction and recovery example. Environmental Management. 13(6): 663-6702021-04-10T18:52:56+00:00
Clark, Tim and Zaunbrecher, Dusty. 1987. The Greater Yellowstone ecosystem: the ecosystem concept in natural resource policy & management. Renewable Resources Journal. Summer: 8-16.2021-04-10T18:52:02+00:00
Clark, Tim, et al. 1992. Conserving Biodiversity in the Real World: Professional Practice Using a Policy Orientation. Endangered Species Update. 9(5-6): 5-8.2021-04-10T18:53:42+00:00
Clark, Tim; Amato, E.; Whittemore, D. and Harvey, A. 1991. Policy and programs for ecosystem management in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem: an analysis. Conservation Biology. 5(1): 412-422.2021-04-10T18:53:25+00:00
Clark, Tim; Backhouse, G. and Lacy, R. 1990. The population viability assessment workshop: a tool for threatened species management. Endangered Species Update. 8(2): 1-5.2021-04-10T18:53:05+00:00
Clark, Tim; Curlee, A.P. and Reading, R. 1996. Crafting effective solutions to the large carnivore conservation problem. Conservation Biology. 10(4): 940-948.2021-04-10T18:54:32+00:00
Clark, Tim; et al. 2000. Koala conservation policy process: appraisal and recommendations. Conservation Biology.14(3):681-690.2021-04-10T18:55:22+00:00
Clark, Tim; Gibbs, J. and Goldstraw, P. 1995. Some demographics of the extirpation from the wild if the Eastern Barred Bandicoot. Wildlife Research. 22:1-9.2021-04-10T18:54:13+00:00
Clark, Tim; Mattson, D.; Reading, R. and Miller, B. 2001. Interdisciplinary problem solving in carnivore conservation: an introduction. pp. 223-240. Ed. by J. Gittleman, et al. Carnivore Conservation. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, UK.2021-04-10T18:55:51+00:00
Clark, Tim; Reading, R. and Backhouse, G. 1995. Prototyping for successful conservation: the eastern-barred bandicoot program. Endangered Species Update. 12(10-11): 5-10.2021-04-10T18:54:24+00:00
Clark, Tim; Reading, R. and Wallace, R. 1999. Research in endangered species conservation: an introduction to multiple methods. Endangered Species Update. 16(5):96-102.2021-04-10T18:55:01+00:00
Clark, Tim. 1985. Organizing for Endangered Species Recovery. Presented at: Wildlife Management Directions in the NW through 1990. NW Section Meeting, The Wildlife Society. Missoula, Montana. April 2-5, 1985.2021-04-10T18:51:46+00:00
Clark, Tim. 1985. Wyoming grizzly bears: 150 years of journal, oral history, and newspaper accounts. Presented at the Grizzly Bear Conference, Murie Audobon Society, Casper, WY.2021-04-10T18:50:50+00:00
Clark, Tim. 1986. Case studies in wildlife policy education. Renewable Resources Journal. Autumn: 11-16.2021-04-10T18:51:54+00:00
Clark, Tim. 1986. Learning as a strategy for improving endangered species conservation. Endangered Species Technical Bulletin Report. 13(1-2)2021-04-10T18:50:59+00:00
Clark, Tim. 1987. Black-footed ferret recovery: A progress report. Conservation Biology. 1(1): 8-11.2021-04-10T18:51:18+00:00
Clark, Tim. 1987. Restoring balance between the endangered black-footed ferret (Mustela nigripes) and human use of the Great Plains and Intermountain West. Journal of the Washington Academy of Sciences. 77(4): 168-173.2021-04-10T18:51:08+00:00
Clark, Tim. 1988. The world outside and the pictures in our heads: some thoughts on identity and images of wildlife professionals. Renewable Resources Journal. Summer.2021-04-10T18:51:26+00:00
Clark, Tim. 1992. Practicing natural resource management with a policy orientation. Environmental Management. 16(4): 423-433.2021-04-10T18:53:52+00:00
Clark, Tim. 1993. Creating and using knowledge for species and ecosystem conservation: science, organizations, and policy. Perspectives in Biology & Medicine. 36(3): 497-525.2021-04-10T18:54:01+00:00
Clark, Tim. 1999. Interdisciplinary problem solving: next steps in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem. Policy Sciences. 32: 393-414.2021-04-10T18:55:12+00:00
Clark, Tim. 2001. Developing policy-oriented curricula for conservation biology: professional and leadership education in the public interest. Conservation Biology. 15(1):31-39.2021-04-10T18:55:41+00:00
Clark, Tim. and Westrum, Ron. 1987. Paradigms and ferrets. Social Studies of Science. 17(1): 3-33.2021-04-10T18:52:19+00:00
Clark, Tim. Professional excellence in wildlife and natural resources organizations. Renewable Resources Journal.2021-04-10T18:50:40+00:00
Cromley, Christina. 1997. Preliminary assessment of attitudes and knowledge of Jackson Hole residents towards grizzly bears and wolves in Teton County. A report written for cooperating agencies: Grand Teton National Park, National Elk Refuge, Northern Rockies Conservation Cooperative, and Yale University.2021-04-10T18:50:11+00:00
Cromley, Christina. 2000. The killing of grizzly bear 209: identifying norms for grizzly bear management. Foundations of Natural Resource Policy & Management. Ed. T. Clark, A. Willard, & C. Cromley. Yale University Press: New Haven, CT: 173-219.2021-04-10T18:50:20+00:00
Cromley, Christine. Bison Management in Greater Yellowstone, Finding Common Ground. 2002. Ed. R. Brunner, C. Colburn, C. Cromley, R. Klein, & E. Olson. Yale University Press, New Haven.2021-04-10T18:50:28+00:00
Curlee, A. Peyton, et al. 1994. Large Carnivore Conservation: Back to the Future. Endangered Species Update. 11(3-4): 1-4.2021-04-10T18:50:01+00:00
Deliso, Elizabeth. 2007. Climate Change and the Hummingbirds of the Monteverde Cloud Forest, Costa Rica. Report- Tropical Science Center.2021-04-10T19:41:09+00:00
Gibeau, Michael. 2012. Of Bears, Chess, and Checkers. The Wildlife Professional. Spring: 62-64.2021-04-10T19:42:05+00:00
Gillesberg, Anne-Marie, and Clark, Tim. 2000. Lessons from Wolf Restoration in Greater Yellowstone. Chapter from Wolves & Human Communities: Biology, Policy, & Ethics. Ed. by V. Sharpe et al.2021-04-10T19:42:39+00:00
Kleinman, Devra; et al. 2000. Improving the Evaluatrion of Conservation Programs. Conservation Biology. 14 (2): 356-365.2021-04-10T19:43:35+00:00
Laundré, John; Clark, T. and Streubel, D. 1987. Behavior, ecology, and conservation of mountain lions in fragmented habitat. Northern Rockies Conservation Cooperative, Jackson, WY.2021-04-10T19:45:09+00:00
Laundré, John; et al. 2000. Aging mountain lions using gum-line recession.Wildlife Society Bulletin. 28(4): 963-966.2021-04-10T19:44:42+00:00
Laundré, John; Hernández, L. and Clark, S. 2006. Impact of puma predation on the decline and recovery of a mule deer population in southeastern Idaho. Canadian Journal of Zoology. 84. 1555-1565.2021-04-10T19:44:13+00:00
Lichtman, Pamela and Clark, Tim. 1994. Rethinking the “vision” exercise in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem. Society and Natural Resources. 7: 459-478.2021-04-10T19:47:47+00:00
Lichtman, Pamela. 1998. The politics of wildlife. Journal of Forestry. May 1998: 4-9.2021-04-10T19:45:43+00:00
Lindenmayer, David; Clark, T. and Lacy, R. 1993. Population viability analysis as a tool in wildlife conservation policy: with reference to Australia. Environmental Management. 17(6): 745-758.2021-04-10T19:49:30+00:00
Mangel, Marc; et al. 1996. Principles for the conservation of wild living resources. Ecological Applications. 6(2): 338-362.2021-04-10T19:51:25+00:00
Miller, Brian; Ceballos, Gerardo and Reading, Richard. 1994. The prairie dog and biotic diversity. Conservation Biology. 8(3): 677-681.2021-04-10T19:52:11+00:00
Murphy, Kerry; et al. 2011. Wolverine Conservation in Yellowstone National Park. National Park Service.2021-04-10T19:52:53+00:00
Northern Rockies Conservation Cooperative. 2009. Mule Deer and Development: Making Science Relevant to Planning. NRCC.2021-04-10T19:55:35+00:00
Patla, Susan. 2005. Monitoring results of the northern goshawk nesting areas in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem: is decline in occupancy related to habitat change? Journal of Raptor Research. 39(3):324-334.2021-04-10T19:56:10+00:00
Primm, Steve and Clark, Tim. 1996. Making sense of the policy process for carnivore conservation. Conservation Biology. 10(4): 1036-1045.2021-04-10T19:58:13+00:00
Primm, Steve and Clark, Tim. The Greater Yellowstone Policy Debate: What is the Policy Problem? NRCC, University of Colorado Center for Public Policy Research, and the Yale School of Forestry & Environmental Studies.2021-04-10T19:59:28+00:00
Primm, Steve. 1996. A pragmatic approach to grizzly bear conservation. Conservation Biology. 10(4): 1026-1035.2021-04-10T19:57:13+00:00
Primm, Steve. 2000. Real Bears, Symbol Bears and Problem Solving. NRCC News. 13.2021-04-10T19:56:39+00:00
Reading, Richard and Kellert, Stephen. 1993. Attitudes toward a reintroduction of black-footed ferrets (Mustela nigripes). Conservation Biology.7(3): 569-580.2021-04-10T20:08:29+00:00
Reading, Richard, et al. 1996. Habitat suitability index model for the eastern barred bandicoot, Perameles gunnii. Wildlife Resources. 23: 221-235.2021-04-10T20:07:49+00:00
Reading, Richard; Clark T. and Arnold, A. 1996. Attitudes toward the endangered eastern barred bandicoot. Anthrozoos. 7(4): 255-269.2021-04-10T20:07:59+00:00
Reading, Richard; Clark, T. and Kellert, S. 1994. Attitudes & Knowledge of People Living in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem. Society & Natural Resources. 7: 349-365.2021-04-10T20:08:19+00:00
Reading, Richard; Clark, Tim and Griffith, Brad. 1997. The influence of valuational and organizational considerations on the success of rare species translocations. Biological Conservation. 79: 217-225.2021-04-10T20:07:39+00:00
Reading, Richard; Clark, Tim and Kellert, Stephen. 1991. Towards an endangered species reintroduction paradigm. Endangered Species Update. 8(11): 1-4.2021-04-10T20:08:39+00:00
Reading, Richard; et al. 2003. Understanding the controversy surrounding black-tailed prairie dog restoration efforts. Facets of Grassland Conservation, Ed. A. Struchkov and J. Kuleshova.2021-04-10T20:07:30+00:00
Reading, Richard; et al. Recent Directions in black-footed ferret recovery. Endangered Species Update. 13(10-11): 1-6.2021-04-10T20:08:09+00:00
Richie, Lauren; et al. 2012. Social process in grizzly bear management: lessons for collaborative governance and natural resource policy. Policy Sciences. 45:265-291.2021-04-10T20:08:53+00:00
Rutherford, Murray; et al. 2009. Interdisciplinary problem solving workshops for grizzly bear conservation in Banff National Park, Canada. Policy Sciences. 42:163–187.2021-04-10T20:09:12+00:00
Rutherford, Murray; Gibeau, M.; Clark, S. and Chamberlain, E.C. 2009. Interdisciplinary problem solving workshops for grizzly bear conservation in Banff National Park, Canada. Policy Sciences 42:163–187.2021-04-10T20:09:03+00:00
Schaming, Taza. 2016. Clark’s Nutcracker Breeding Season Space Use and Foraging Behavior. PLoS ONE. 11(2).2021-04-10T20:16:26+00:00
Vernon, Marion; Bischoff-Mattson, Zachary and Clark, Susan. 2015. Discourses of Elk Hunting and Grizzly Bear Incidents in Grand Teton National Park, WY. Human Dimensions of Wildlife.2021-04-10T20:22:52+00:00
Wallace, Richard and Clark, Tim.1999. Solving problems in endangered species conservation: an introduction to problem orientation. Endagered Species Update. 16(2):28-34.2021-04-10T20:25:35+00:00
Wallace, Richard. 2003. Social Influences on Conservation: Lessons from U.S. Recovery Programs for Marine Mammals. Conservation Biology. 17(1): 104-115.2021-04-10T20:24:55+00:00