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Werdel, T.J., D. Matarrita-Cascante, and J.E. Lucero. 2024. State of Traditional Ecological Knowledge in the wildlife management profession. The Journal of Wildlife Management. https://doi.org/10.1002/jwmg.22579

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Werdel, T.J., C.W. Piper, A.M. Ricketts, M.S. Peek, and A.A. Ahlers. 2023. Direct and indirect landscape‑scale pathways structure carnivore communities in an agro‑prairie ecosystem. Journal of Mammalogy. https://doi.org/10.1093/jmammal/gyad065

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Werdel, T.J., J.A. Jenks, J.T. Kanta, C.P. Lehman, and T.J. Frink. 2023. Resource selection and herbaceous biomass at foraging sites of translocated bighorn sheep. Rangeland Ecology & Management. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.rama.2022.12.004

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Werdel, T.J., C.W. Piper, A.M. Ricketts, M.S. Peek, D.S. Sullins, and A.A Ahlers. 2023. Strategic grassland conservation for swift foxes in multi-use landscapes. Biological Conservation. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.biocon.2022.109864

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Palomo‑Muñoz, G, T.J. Werdel, C.W. Piper, M.S. Peek, A.M. Ricketts, and A.A Ahlers. 2022. Spatiotemporal distributions of mammals occurring in an agro‑prairie ecosystem. Ecology. https://doi.org/10.1002/ecy.3945

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Hessami, M.A., T.J. Werdel, S.J. Hoagland, and M.T. Kohl. 2022. Melding Past, Present, and Future: The importance of tribal management in wildlife conservation and management. Chapter 1 in C. Bishop, E. Gomez, J. Organ, and T. Ryder eds. Introduction to Wildlife Management and Conservation in North America. Great River Learning of Dubuque, IA. ISBN: 9781680755978

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Werdel, T.J., C.W. Piper, A.M. Ricketts, M.S. Peek, and A.A. Ahlers. 2022. Scale-specific landscape effects impose range-limiting constraints on the distribution of a prairie-obligate carnivore. Landscape Ecology. https://doi.org/10.1007/ s10980-022-01466-0 

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Werdel, T.J., J.A. Jenks, J.T. Kanta, C.P. Lehman, and T.J. Frink. 2021. Space use and movement patterns of translocated bighorn sheep. Mammalian Biology. https://doi.org/10.1007/s42991-021-00107-4 

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Werdel, T.J., J.A. Jenks, T.E. Besser, J.T. Kanta, C.P. Lehman, and T.J. Frink. 2019. Restoration of a bighorn sheep population impeded by Mycoplasma ovipneumoniae exposure. Restoration Ecology. https://doi.org/https: //doi.org/10.1111/rec.13084 (Cover Article)

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Werdel, T.J., J.A. Jenks, T.E. Besser, J.T. Kanta, C.P. Lehman, and T.J. Frink. 2018. Survival of translocated bighorn sheep in the Deadwood region of the Black Hills, South Dakota. Northwestern Naturalist 99:222-231. https://doi.org/10.1898/ NWN18-06.1

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