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TGB#1 Rosenstock, S.S. 1999. Effects of juniper woodland expansion on breeding birds in grasslands of northern Arizona.
TGB#2 Robinson, A.T., S.D. Bryan, and M.G. Sweetser. 2000. Interactions among trout and Little Colorado Spineadace, Lepidomeda vittata.
TGB#3 Brouder, M.J., D.D. Rogers, and L.D. Avenetti. 2000. Life history and ecology of the roundtail chub Gila robusta, from two strams in the Verde River basin. 16PP
GB#4 Bristow, K.D., and R.A. Ockenfels. 2000. Effects of human activity an dhabitat condition on Mearns' quail populations. 27pp.
TGB#5 Cunningham, S.C., L.M. Monroe, L. Kirkendall, and C.L. Ticer. 2001. Effects of the catastrophic Lone Fire on low, medium,and high mobility wildlife species. 51pp.
TGB#6 Dodd, N.L. 2003. Landscape-scale habitat relationships to tassel-eared squirrel poupulation dynamics in north-central Arizona: Guidelines for pondersoa pine forest ecosystem management. 28pp.
TGB#7 Robison, A.T., L.D. Avenetti, and C. Cantrell. 2004. Evaluation of Apache trout habitat protection actions. 19pp.
GB#8 Rosenstock, S.S., C.S. O'Brien, R.B. Waddell, and M.J. Rabe. 2004. Studies of wildlife water development in southern Arizona: Wildlife use, water quality, wildlife diseases, wildlife mortalities, and influences on native pollinators. 15pp.
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