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Proctor et al. 2012. Population fragmentation and inter-ecosystem movements of grizzly bears in western Canada and the northern United States. Wildlife Monographs 180:1-46.

Proctor et al. 2015. Grizzly bear connectivity mapping in the Canada-United States trans-border region. Journal of Wildlife Management 79(4):544-588.

Proctor et al. 2010. Ecological investigations of grizzly bears in Canada using DNA from hair, 1995-2005: a review of methods and progress. Ursus 21(2):169-188.

Kasworm, W.F., Proctor, M.F., Servheen, C., and Paetkau, D. 2007. Success of grizzly bear population augmentation in northwest Montana. Journal of Wildlife Management 71(4):1261-1266.

Tumendemberel et al. 2015. Gobi bear abundance and inter-oases movements, Gobi Desert, Mongolia. Ursus 26(2):129-142.

Kasworm, W. F., H. Carriles, and T. G. Radandt. 2007. Cabinet-Yaak grizzly bear recovery area 2006 research and monitoring progress report. United States Fish and Wildlife Service. Grizzly Bear Recovery Coordinator’s Office. Missoula, MT, USA.

Kasworm, W.F., M. Proctor, C. Servheen, and D. Paetkau. 2007. Success of brown/grizzly bear augmentation in Northwest Montana. Journal of Wildlife Management 71:1261-1266.

Kasworm, W.F., H. Carriles, T.G. Radandt, M. Proctor, and C. Servheen. 2009. Cabinet-Yaak grizzly bear recovery area 2008 research and monitoring progress report. United States Fish and Wildlife Service, Missoula, MT, USA. 76pp.

Proctor, M.F., 2003. Genetic analysis of movement, dispersal and population fragmentation of grizzly bears in southwestern Canada. PhD Thesis. University of Calgary. 147 pp.

Proctor, M.F., C. Servheen, S. Miller, W. Kasworm, and W. Wakkinen. 2004. A comparative analysis of management options for grizzly bear conservation in the U.S.-Canada trans-border area. Ursus 15:145-160.

Proctor, M., C. Servheen, W. Kasworm, and W. Wakkinen. 2005a. South Purcell-Yaak and south Selkirk ecosystem grizzly bear mortality summary. The Trans-border Grizzly Bear Project. Kaslo, BC.

Proctor, M., B.N. McLellan, C. Strobeck, and R. Barclay. 2005b. Genetic analysis reveals demographic fragmentation of grizzly bears yielding vulnerably small populations. Proceedings of the Royal Society, London. 272:2409-2416.

Proctor, M., J. Boulanger, S. Nielson, W. Kasworm, C. Servheen and T. Radandt. 2007a Abundance and density of Central Purcell, South Purcell and Yahk Grizzly Bear Population Units in southeast British Columbia. The Trans-border Grizzly Bear Project. Kaslo, BC.

Proctor, M.F., C. Servheen, W.F. Kasworm, and T. Radandt. 2007b. Transborder Purcell and Selkirk Mt.Grizzly Bear Project, Annual Report 2007. The Canadian Edition. Unpublished report. The Trans-border Grizzly Bear Project. Kaslo, BC.

Proctor, M, C. Servheen, W. Kasworm, and T. Radandt. 2008a. Grizzly bear linkage enhancement plan for the Highway 3 corridor in the south Purcell Mountains of British Columbia. The Trans-border Grizzly Bear Project. Kaslo, BC.

Proctor, M., C, Servheen, W. Kasworm, and T. Radandt. 2008b. Habitat security for grizzly bears in the Yahk Grizzly Bear Population Unit of the south Purcell Mts. of southeast BC. The Trans-border Grizzly Bear Project. Kaslo, BC.

Wakkinen, W.L., and W.F. Kasworm.  1997. Grizzly bear and road density relationships in the Selkirk and Cabinet–Yaak recovery zones. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Missoula, Montana, USA.

 

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