Kristin Barker
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The neglected season: Warmer autumns counteract harsher winters and promote population growth in Arctic reindeer
LE Loe, GE Liston, G Pigeon, K Barker, N Horvitz, A Stien, ...
Global Change Biology 27 (5), 993-1002, 2021
The plasticity of ungulate migration in a changing world
W Xu, K Barker, A Shawler, A Van Scoyoc, JA Smith, T Mueller, H Sawyer, ...
Ecology 102 (4), e03293, 2021
Land management alters traditional nutritional benefits of migration for elk
KJ Barker, MS Mitchell, KM Proffitt, JD DeVoe
The Journal of Wildlife Management 83 (1), 167-174, 2019
Increased scientific rigor will improve reliability of research and effectiveness of management
SN Sells, SB Bassing, KJ Barker, SC Forshee, AC Keever, JW Goerz, ...
The Journal of Wildlife Management 82 (3), 485-494, 2018
A century of changing fire management alters ungulate forage in a wildfire-dominated landscape
KM Proffitt, J DeVoe, K Barker, R Durham, T Hayes, M Hebblewhite, ...
Forestry: An International Journal of Forest Research 92 (5), 523-537, 2019
Native forage mediates influence of irrigated agriculture on migratory behaviour of elk
KJ Barker, MS Mitchell, KM Proffitt
Journal of Animal Ecology 88 (7), 1100-1110, 2019
Behavioral responses of terrestrial mammals to COVID-19 lockdowns
MA Tucker, AM Schipper, TSF Adams, N Attias, T Avgar, NL Babic, ...
Science 380 (6649), 1059-1064, 2023
Elk forage and risk tradeoffs during the fall archery season
JD DeVoe, KM Proffitt, MS Mitchell, CS Jourdonnais, KJ Barker
The Journal of Wildlife Management 83 (4), 801-816, 2019
Aspen (Populus tremuloides) stand dynamics and understory plant community changes over 46 years near Crested Butte, Colorado, USA
JD Coop, KJ Barker, AD Knight, JS Pecharich
Forest Ecology and Management 318, 1-12, 2014
The influence of human activity on predator–prey spatiotemporal overlap.
A Van Scoyoc, JA Smith, KM Gaynor, K Barker, JS Brashares
Journal of Animal Ecology 92 (6), 2023
Collaborative wildlife–snow science: Integrating wildlife and snow expertise to improve research and management
AK Reinking, S Højlund Pedersen, K Elder, NT Boelman, TW Glass, ...
Ecosphere 13 (6), e4094, 2022
Large carnivores avoid humans while prioritizing prey acquisition in anthropogenic areas
KJ Barker, E Cole, A Courtemanch, S Dewey, D Gustine, K Mills, ...
Journal of Animal Ecology 92 (4), 889-900, 2023
Toward a new framework for restoring lost wildlife migrations
KJ Barker, W Xu, A Van Scoyoc, MW Serota, JA Moravek, AL Shawler, ...
Conservation Letters 15 (2), e12850, 2022
Home is where the food is: causes and consequences of partial migration in elk
KJ Barker
University of Montana, 2018
Diverse migratory portfolios drive inter‐annual switching behavior of elk across the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem
GR Zuckerman, KJ Barker, LC Gigliotti, EK Cole, JA Gude, MA Hurley, ...
Ecosphere 14 (5), e4502, 2023
Incorporating human dimensions is associated with better wildlife translocation outcomes
MW Serota, KJ Barker, LC Gigliotti, SML Maher, AL Shawler, ...
Nature communications 14 (1), 2119, 2023
Testing a priori hypotheses improves the reliability of wildlife research
MS Mitchell, SN Sells, KJ Barker, SB Bassing, AC Keever, SC Forshee, ...
The Journal of wildlife management 82 (8), 1568-1571, 2018
Explicitly reporting tests of hypotheses improves communication of science
MS Mitchell, SN Sells, SB Bassing, KJ Barker, AC Keever, SC Forshee, ...
Assessing the ecosystem services and disservices provided by migratory wildlife across the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem
SML Maher, KJ Barker, K Kroetz, V Butsic, B Leonard, AD Middleton
Biological Conservation 283, 110090, 2023
Data from: The influence of human activity on predator-prey spatiotemporal overlap
A Van Scoyoc, JA Smith, KM Gaynor, K Barker, JS Brashares
Borealis, 2023
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