Publications                                     Data and Models

Books

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Mills, L.S. Conservation of Wildlife Populations: Demography, Genetics, and Management. Wiley / Blackwell Press, 2013 (2nd Ed.)

Read a recent review of Conservation of Wildlife Populations in the Journal of Wildlife Management here.

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Mills, L.S., Tshering, and E. Cheng. Editors. 2013. Wildlife Research Techniques in Rugged Mountainous Asian Landscapes. Ugyen Wangchuck Institute for Conservation and Environment, Bhutan. ISBN: 978-99937-678-9-6.

Mills, L.S. Conservation of Wildlife Populations: Demography, Genetics, and Management. Wiley / Blackwell Press, 2007 (1st Ed.)

Foresman, K.R., L.S. Mills, and Phurba. 2010. Procedures for Implementing Small Mammal Inventories in Bhutan. Publication of Ugyen Wangchuck Institute for Conservation and Environment, Bhutan.

Journal Articles (undergraduate co-authors indicated by **)

Articles in Books (and Book Reviews in Journals) (All invited articles):

Other Professional Publications:

  • Mills, L. S.   2016. A deadly game of hide and seek.  “Crown of the Continent and the Greater Yellowstone” magazine, Spring 2016.
  • Mills, L. S. 2017. REPRINTING OF “A deadly game of hide and seek”.  In Mountain Views Chronicles of the Consortium for Integrated Climate Research in Western Mountains CIRMOUNT Volume 11, No. 1, May 2017 www.fs.fed.us/psw/cirmount/.
  • McKelvey, K.S.; Perry, R.W.; Mills, L.S. 2013. The Effects of Climate Change on Mammals. U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Climate Change Resource Center. http://www.fs.fed.us/ccrc/topics/wildlife/mammals/index.shtml
  • Hodges, K. E. and L. S. Mills. 2005. Snowshoe hares in Yellowstone. Yellowstone Science 13:3-6.
  • Yale, R. and L. S. Mills. 2000. “Do highways fragment small mammal populations?” Proceedings of the International Conference on Ecology and Transportation.
  • Zager, P., L. S. Mills, W. Wakkinen, and D. Tallmon. 1995. “Woodland caribou –a conservation dilemma.” Endangered Species Update 12:1-4.
  • Mills, L. S. 1995. “The use of population ecology approaches to assess re-introduction of endangered Selkirk Caribou.” Final report, submitted to: a) Idaho Fish and Game; b) Washington Department of Wildlife.
  • Mills, L. S. 1995. “The role of population ecology in guiding wildlife translocations.” Final report, submitted to U.S. Forest Service, Missoula, MT.
  • Cassidy, K., E. O. Garton, W. B. Krohn, L. S. Mills, J. M. Scott, and K. Williams. 1994. “National guidelines for assessment of reliability of GAP vertebrate distributions.” National Biological Survey.
  • Mills, L. S. 1994. “Effects of forest fragmentation on small mammals in Southwest Oregon.” COPE Report [(Coastal Oregon Productivity Enhancement Program), an educational non-technical publication for forest managers.] 7:6-8.
  • Mills, L. S. and M. Morrison. 1993. “Final Report: Ecology of the Fresno Kangaroo Rat and associated small mammals at NAS Lemoore”. Prepared for Lemoore Naval Air Station.
  • Fredrickson, R.J., L.S. Mills, and B.B. Moorhead. 1989. “Spotted owl surveys in Olympic National Park — 1988 and 1989.” Olympic National Park, Port Angeles, WA.
  • Mills, L.S., R.J. Fredrickson, B.B. Moorhead, and D.U. Sharp. 1988. “Spotted owl distribution along elevation and vegetation gradients in Olympic National Park.” 1988 Progress Report. Olympic National Park, Port Angeles, WA.