David C. Stoner
TitleCited byYear
Cougar exploitation levels in Utah: implications for demographic structure, population recovery, and metapopulation dynamics
DC Stoner, ML Wolfe, DM Choate
The Journal of Wildlife Management 70 (6), 1588-1600, 2006
1032006
Evaluation of cougar population estimators in Utah
DM Choate, ML Wolfe, DC Stoner
Wildlife Society Bulletin 34 (3), 782-799, 2006
582006
Long‐distance dispersal of a female cougar in a basin and range landscape
DC Stoner, WR Rieth, ML Wolfe, MLB Mecham, A Neville
The Journal of Wildlife Management 72 (4), 933-939, 2008
482008
De facto refugia, ecological traps and the biogeography of anthropogenic cougar mortality in Utah
DC Stoner, ML Wolfe, WR Rieth, KD Bunnell, SL Durham, LL Stoner
Diversity and Distributions 19 (9), 1114-1124, 2013
252013
Ungulate reproductive parameters track satellite observations of plant phenology across latitude and climatological regimes
DC Stoner, JO Sexton, J Nagol, HH Bernales, TC Edwards Jr
PloS one 11 (2), e0148780, 2016
202016
Is anthropogenic cougar mortality compensated by changes in natural mortality in Utah? Insight from long-term studies
ML Wolfe, DN Koons, DC Stoner, P Terletzky, EM Gese, DM Choate, ...
Biological Conservation 182, 187-196, 2015
202015
Dispersal behaviour of a polygynous carnivore: do cougars Puma concolor follow source-sink predictions?
DC Stoner, ML Wolfe, C Mecham, MLB Mecham, SL Durham, DM Choate
Wildlife Biology 19 (3), 289-301, 2013
172013
Population management: cougar hunting
HS Cooley, KD Bunnell, DC Stoner, ML Wolfe
Managing cougars in North America. Jack H. Berryman Institute, Utah State …, 2011
152011
A history of moose management in Utah
ML Wolfe, KR Hersey, DC Stoner
Alces 46, 37-52, 2010
92010
Evaluation of harvest indices for monitoring cougar survival and abundance
ML Wolfe, EM Gese, P Terletzky, DC Stoner, LM Aubry
The journal of wildlife management 80 (1), 27-36, 2016
82016
M., ML Wolfe, and D. Choate. 2006. Cougar Exploitation Levels in Utah: Implications for Demographic Structure, Population Recovery, and Metapopulation Dynamics
D Stoner
Journal of Wildlife Management 70, 1588-1600, 0
5
Climatically driven changes in primary production propagate through trophic levels
DC Stoner, JO Sexton, DM Choate, J Nagol, HH Bernales, SA Sims, ...
Global change biology 24 (10), 4453-4463, 2018
42018
Spatial processes decouple management from objectives in a heterogeneous landscape: predator control as a case study
PJ Mahoney, JK Young, KR Hersey, RT Larsen, BR McMillan, DC Stoner
Ecological applications 28 (3), 786-797, 2018
42018
Ecology and conservation of cougars in the eastern Great Basin: effects of urbanization, habitat fragmentation, and exploitation
DC Stoner
42011
Cougar Exploitation Levels in Utah: Implications for Demographic Structure, Metapopulation Dynamics, and Population Recover
DC Stoner
42004
Variable terrestrial GPS telemetry detection rates: Addressing the probability of successful acquisitions
KE Ironside, DJ Mattson, D Choate, D Stoner, T Arundel, J Hansen, ...
Wildlife Society Bulletin 41 (2), 329-341, 2017
22017
Adaptive MTI and signal processing techniques for long range chaff and weather
DC Stoner
Radar-77, 195-198, 1977
11977
On the Methods of Measuring Association Between Two Attributes
GU Yule
Statistical papers of George Udny Yule, 107, 1971
11971
Effects of land-use change and prey abundance on the body condition of an obligate carnivore at the wildland-urban interface
CAC Coon, BC Nichols, Z McDonald, DC Stoner
Landscape and Urban Planning 192, 103648, 2019
2019
Environmental Differences between Migratory and Resident Ungulates—Predicting Movement Strategies in Rocky Mountain Mule Deer (Odocoileus hemionus) with Remotely Sensed Plant …
B Robb, Q Huang, JO Sexton, D Stoner, P Leimgruber
Remote Sensing 11 (17), 1980, 2019
2019
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