Recent Submissions

  • Data and Code for "Net Displacement and Temporal Scaling: Model Fitting, Interpretation, and Implementation" 

    Street, Garrett; Avgar, Tal; Börger, Luca (Department of Wildlife, Fisheries, and AquacultureCollege of Forest Resources, 2017)
  • Alternative Mowing Regimes’ Influence on Native Plants and Deer. 

    Guyton, John W.; Jones, Jeanne C.; Entsminger, Edward D. (Mississippi Department of Transportation (MDOT), Jackson, MSDepartment of Wildlife, Fisheries and AquacultureCollege of Forest ResourcesForest and Wildlife Research Center, 2014-07)
    This study evaluated mowing regimes, changes in native and non-native plant communities, deer presence in the research plots,and public perception of various management practices on ROWs. No significant difference was found ...
  • Plant community response to reduced mowing regimens along highway right-of-ways in northeastern Mississippi. 

    Entsminger, Edward D. (ProQuest LLC PublishingDepartment of Wildlife, Fisheries and AquacultureCollege of Forest ResourcesForest and Wildlife Research Center, 2014-06-10)
    I investigated percent coverage, plant height, species richness, and woody stem density in plant communities in ten study plots during spring and fall (2010-2012) within 3 different treatments (continual mowings, one fall ...
  • Evaluation of Mowing Frequency on Right-of-Way Plant Communities in Mississippi. 

    Entsminger, Edward D.; Jones, Jeanne C.; Guyton, John W.; Strickland, Bronson K.; Leopold, Bruce D. (Journal of Fish and Wildlife ManagementDepartment of Wildlife, Fisheries and AquacultureDepartment of Biochemistry, Molecular Biology, Entomology and Plant PathologyCollege of Forest ResourcesCollege of Agriculture and Life SciencesForest and Wildlife Research Center, 2017-06-08)
    Native grasses and native wildflowers are declining, especially along roadside right-of-ways because of intensive mowing and herbicide management practices. Roadside right-of-ways undergo regular disturbances such as mowing, ...
  • Despotism and risk of infanticide influence grizzly bear den-site selection. 

    Libal, Nathan S.; Belant, Jerrold L.; Leopold, Bruce D.; Wang, Guiming; Owen, Patricia A. (Public Library of ScienceDepartment of Wildlife, Fisheries and AquacultureCollege of Forest ResourcesForest and Wildlife Research CenterCarnivore Ecology Laboratory, 9/14/2011)
    Given documented social dominance and intraspecific predation in bear populations, the ideal despotic distribution model and sex hypothesis of sexual segregation predict adult female grizzly bears (Ursus arctos) will avoid ...