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  • Bixler, R.B., et al. (Reuling, M.) 2016. Networks and Landscapes: a Framework for Setting Goals and Evaluating Performance at the Large Landscape Scale. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 14(3): 145-153.  Download
  • Curtin, C.G. & Tabor, G.M. 2016. Large Landscape Conservation: Addressing the Realities of Scale and Complexity. Reference Module in Earth Systems and Environmental Sciences. Elsevier. 1-6.  Download
  • Reuling, M., S. Johnson, S. Higgins, P. Bixler, S. Williams, and G. Tabor. 2015. Adapting to Change in the Crown of the Continent; An Ecosystem Scale Approach to Collaborative Management. Center for Large Landscape Conservation: Bozeman, Montana.  Download
  • Levitt, James N.  2014.  Conservation Catalysts: The Academy as Nature's Agent. Lincoln Institute of Land Policy. Cambridge, MA. 368 pp. (G.M. Tabor contributor).  Access Online
  • Tabor, G., A. Carlson, & T. Belote.  2014. Challenges and opportunities for large landscape-scale management in a shifting climate: the importance of nested adaptation responses across geospatial and temporal scales in Sample, V.A., Bixler, R.P., eds. Forest Conservation and Management in the Anthropocene: Conference Proceedings.  RMRS-P-71. Rocky Mountain Research Station, Forest Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture.  Fort Collins, CO. 494 pp.  Download
  • McKinney, M., & S. Johnson. 2013.Large Landscape Conservation in the Rocky Mountain West: An Inventory and Status Report. Center for Natural Resources & Environmental Policy, The University of Montana. Missoula, MT. 24 pp. (G.M. Tabor, advisor and contributor)  Download
  • Chambers, N., G. Tabor, Y. Converse, T. Olliff, S. Finn, R. Sojda, & S. Bischke. 2012. The Great Northern Landscape Conservation Cooperative Strategic Conservation Framework. 19 pp.  Download
  • Chambers, N., S. Johnson, M. McKinney, & G.M. Tabor, contributors. Bates, S., contributing editor. 2010. Remarkable Beyond Borders: People and Landscapes in the Crown of the Continent. Sonoran Institute. Tucson, AZ. 68 pp.  Download
  • Graumlich, L. & W.L. Francis, eds. 2010. Moving Toward Climate Change Adaptation: The Promise of the Yellowstone to Yukon Conservation Initiative for Addressing the Region’s Vulnerabilities. Yellowstone to Yukon Initiative. Canmore, AB. 87 pp. (G.M. Tabor, contributor)  Download
  • McKinney, M., L. Scarlett, & D. Kemmis. 2010.Large Landscape Conservation: A Strategic Framework for Policy and Action. Lincoln Institute of Land Policy. Cambridge, MA. 52 pp. (G.M. Tabor, advisor)  Download

Advance Science

  • Belote, T. R., et al. (McClure, M.L.) 2016. Identifying Corridors among Large Protected Areas in the United States. PLoS One 11(4): 1-16.  Download
  • Creech, T., M. McClure, & R. Callahan. 2016. High-Risk Zones for Ungulate-Vehicle Collisions during Montana’s Fall Migration Season. Center for Large Landscape Conservation. Bozeman, MT. 13pp.  Download
  • McClure M.L., A.J. Hansen, & R.M. Inman. 2016. Connecting Models to Movements: Testing Connectivity Model Predictions Against Empirical Migration and Dispersal Data. Landscape Ecology xx:1-14.  Email to Request Copy
  • Ament R., P. McGowen, M. McClure, A. Rutherford, C. Ellis, & J. Grebenc. 2014. Highway Mitigation for Wildlife in Northwest Montana. Sonoran Institute, Northern Rockies Office. Bozeman, MT. 84 pp.   Download
  • Ament, R., R. Callahan, M. McClure, M. Reuling, & G. Tabor. 2014. Wildlife Connectivity: Fundamentals for Conservation Action. Center for Large Landscape Conservation. Bozeman, Montana. 41pp.  Download
  • McClure, M. & R. Ament.  2014.  Where People and Wildlife Intersect: Prioritizing Mitigation of Road Impacts on Wildlife Connectivity.  Center for Large Landscape Conservation. Bozeman, MT.  56 pp. Web Map Tool   Webinar  Download
  • Hannah, L., P.R. Roehrdanz, M. Ikegami, A.V. Shepard, M.R. Shaw, G. Tabor, L. Zhi, P.A. Marquet, & R.J. Hijmans. 2013. Climate Change, Wine and Conservation.Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 110(15): 6907-12.  Download
  • Aguirre, A.A., G.M. Tabor, & R.S. Ostfeld. 2012. Conservation Medicine: Ontogeny of an Emerging Discipline. Pp. 3-16 in Aguirre, A., R. Ostfeld, P. Daszak, eds. New Directions in Conservation Medicine. Oxford University Press. Oxford, UK.
  • Cross, M.S., et al. (Tabor, G.M.). 2012. Adaptation for Conservation Targets (ACT) Framework: A tool for incorporating climate change into natural resource management. Environmental Management 50(3): 341-351.  Download
  • Noss, R.F., et al. (Tabor, G.M.) 2012. Bolder Thinking for Conservation.Conservation Biology 26(1): 1-4.  Email to Request Copy
  • Cross, M.S., J.A. Hilty, G.M. Tabor, J.J. Lawler, L.J. Graumlich, & J. Berger  2011.From connect-the-dots to dynamic networks: maintaining and restoring connectivity as a strategy to address climate change impacts on wildlife in Brodie, J., E. Post, D. Doak, eds. Wildlife Conservation in a Changing Climate. University of Chicago Press. Chicago, IL.  Download
  • Huijser, M.P., J.W. Duffield, A.P. Clevenger, R.J. Ament, & P.T. McGowen. 2009. Cost-benefit analyses of mitigation measures aimed at reducing collisions with large ungulates in the United States and Canada: a decision support tool. Ecology & Society 14(2): 15.  Download
  • Lindenmayer, D., et al. (Tabor, G.M.) 2008. A checklist for ecological management of landscapes for conservation.Ecology Letters 11(1): 78-91.  Download
  • Epstein, P.R. & E. Mills, eds. 2005. Climate Change Futures: Health, Ecological and Economic Dimensions. The Center for Health and the Global Environment, Harvard Medical School. Boston, MA. 138 pp.  (G.M. Tabor, contributing author)  Download
  • Tabor, G.M. & A.A. Aguirre. 2004. Ecosystem health and sentinel species: adding an ecological element to the proverbial “canary in the mineshaft”. EcoHealth 1: 226-228.  Email to Request Copy
  • Epstein, P.R. & G.M. Tabor. 2003. Climate change is really bugging our forests. The Washington Post, Sept. 7, 2003. Washington, D.C.  Download

Advocate Policy

  • Collins, M., Maxwell, L. Williams, S. 2017. Rethinking Roadways: A New Standard of Excellence in Road Network Planning. Center for Large Landscape Conservation: Bozeman, Montana.
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  • ARC Solutions. McGuire, T., Ament, R., Clevenger, T., Jacobson, S., Callahan, R., Guth, J., & Lister, N-M. (Eds.). (2017). Innovative Strategies to Reduce the Cost of Wildlife Overpasses. ARC Special Publication No. 1(1), pp. 20.  Download
  • ARC Solutions. Ament, R., Callahan, R., & Jacobson, S. (Eds.). (2017). Highway Crossing Structures for Wildlife: Benefits of a National Commitment to Increase Driver and Animal Safety. ARC Special Publication No. 1(1), pp. 20.  Download
  • Jaicks, H, Ament, R, Callahan, R. 2017. Crossroads Conservation: Identifying Solutions to the Cultural Barriers of Transportation Agencies so Internal Champions of Wildlife Crossings Can Thrive. In M.O. Campbell, (ed.), Biological conservation in the 21st century: A conservation biology of large wildlife, Hauppauge, NY: Nova Science Publishers.  Access Online
  • Ament, R. 2016. New Policies with the Potential to Improve Wildlife Corridor and Ecological Connectivity Conservation 2012 - 2016.Center for Large Landscape Conservation. Bozeman, MT. 8pp.  Download
  • Ament, R., T. Creech. 2016. The Glacier-Great Bear Connectivity Conservation Area Briefing. Center for Large Landscape Conservation. Bozeman, MT. 5pp.  Download
  • Ament, R., A. Clevenger, A. Kociolek, T. Allen, M. Blank, R. Callahan, M. McClure, S. Williams.  2015.  Development of Sustainable Strategies Supporting Transportation Planning and Conservation Priorities Across the West.  A Report prepared for the Federal Highway Administration and Western Governors’ Association.  Washington, DC.  143 pp  Download
  • Haber, J., P. Nelson, R. Ament, G. Costello, & W. Francis. 2015. Planning for Connectivity: A Guide to Connecting and Conserving Wildlife Within and Beyond America’s National Forests. Defenders of Wildlife. Washington, D.C. 24 pp.  Download
  • Kociolek, A.V., R.J. Ament, A.R. Callahan, & A.P. Clevenger.  2015.Wildlife Crossings: The New Norm for Transportation Planning.Institute of Transportation Engineers 85(4): 45-47.   Email to Request Copy
  • Lister, N.M., M. Brocki & R. Ament. 2015. Integrated Adaptive Design for Wildlife Movement Under Climate Change.  Frontiers of Ecology and the Environment 13(9): 493-503.  Download
  • Paige, C. 2015. Putting the Crosshairs on Deadly Crossings.Bugle 32(3): 70-81. (R. Ament quoted)   Download
  • Connectivity Policy Coalition. 2014. A Landscape of Connectivity: Priority Corridors for Biodiversity and Communities in a Time of Climate Change. Connectivity Policy Coalition. Washington, D.C. 38pp.  Download
  • Callahan, R., M. McClure, M. DiGiorgio, J. Grebenc, S. Adams, & B. Melton. 2013. US 89: Gardiner to Livingston. Saving Lives by Incorporating Wildlife Passage Opportunities.  Montanans for Safe Wildlife Passage & National Parks Conservation Association. Bozeman, MT. 2 pp.   Download
  • Ament, R. 2012. The Obama Administration's Progress on Federal Policies for Wildlife Corridors and Ecological Connectivity Conservation:January 2009 through December 2012.  Center for Large Landscape Conservation. Bozeman, MT. 7 pp.  Download
  • Callahan, R. & R. Ament. 2012. Synopsis of Wildlife Provisions in MAP-21's Surface Transportation Programs, Plans and Projects. Center for Large Landscape Conservation. Bozeman, MT. 3 pp.   Download
  • Fields, K., R. Ament, D. Johns, J. Davis, & K. Bowers. 2012. Policy foundations for a path forward in large landscape connectivity conservation.  Ecological Restoration 30(4): 308-311.  Email to Request Copy
  • Ament, R. 2011. Recent Progress on Wildlife Corridor and Ecological Connectivity Policy in the United States 2007-2010. Center for Large Landscape Conservation. Bozeman, MT. 15 pp.   Download
  • Hannibal, M.E.  2011. Slow migration from science to policy: protecting wildlife corridors is still more theory than practice.  High Country News 43(22): 16. (R. Ament quoted).  Download
  • Ament, R. 2010. Protecting Ecological Connectivity on Public Lands- Management Plans and Their Implementation.  Center for Large Landscape Conservation. Bozeman, MT. 4 pp.   Download
  • Patrek, V., G. Tabor, & J. Kintsch. 2010. A Summary of U.S. Wildlife Corridor Inventory (Preliminary Findings). Center for Large Landscape Conservation. Bozeman, MT. 3 pp.  Download
  • Tabor, G.M. 2010. Foreword in Worboys, G.L., W.L. Francis, M. Lockwood, eds. Connectivity Conservation Management: A Global Guide. Earthscan. Oxford, UK.  Download
  • Ament, R. 2009. Federal Natural Resource Agencies Responding to Climate Change. Center for Large Landscape Conservation. Bozeman, MT. 6 pp.  Download
  • Ament, R. & K. Meiklejohn. 2009. Federal Agency Planning for Wildlife Corridors and Habitat Connectivity: Language Used in Completed or Draft Documents.  Center for Large Landscape Conservation. Bozeman, MT. 35 pp.  Download
  • Ament, R., K. Meiklejohn, & G. Tabor. 2009. Notable North American Migrations. Center for Large Landscape Conservation. Bozeman, MT. 5 pp.  Download
  • Meiklejohn, K., R. Ament, & G. Tabor. 2009. Habitat Corridors & Landscape Connectivity: Clarifying the Terminology. Center for Large Landscape Conservation. Bozeman, MT. 6 pp.  Download
  • Ament, R., A.P. Clevenger, O. Yu, & A. Hardy. 2008. An assessment of road impacts on wildlife populations in U.S. National Parks.Environmental Management 42(3): 480-496.  Download
  • Dean, C. 2006. Home on the Range: A Corridor for Wildlife. The New York Times. May 23, 2006. New York, NY. (G.M. Tabor quoted).  Download
  • Patz, J.A., P. Daszak, G.M. Tabor, et al. 2004. Unhealthy landscapes: policy recommendations on land use change and infectious disease emergence. Environmental Health Perspectives 112(10): 1092-1098.  Download
  • Tabor. G. 1996. Yellowstone-to-Yukon: Canadian Conservation Efforts and Continental Landscape/Biodiversity Strategy. Henry P. Kendall Foundation. Boston, MA. 30 pp.  Download

Miscellaneous

  • Midyear Newsletter. 2017. Center for Large Landscape Conservation. Bozeman, MT 7pp.  Download
  • Dr. Anne Carlson, Climate Change and Community Response presentation  Download
  • Dr. Dan Spencer, Religious Perspectives on Engagement on Climate Change presentation  Download
  • Fall Newsletter. 2016. Center for Large Landscape Conservation. Bozeman, MT 5pp.  Download