Jason Tack
Jason Tack
US Fish and Wildlife Service, Habitat and Population Evaluation Team
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Population structure and genetic diversity of greater sage-grouse (Centrocercus urophasianus) in fragmented landscapes at the northern edge of their range
KL Bush, CK Dyte, BJ Moynahan, CL Aldridge, HS Sauls, AM Battazzo, ...
Conservation Genetics 12, 527-542, 2011
Mapping breeding densities of greater sage-grouse: a tool for range-wide conservation planning
KE Doherty, JD Tack, JS Evans, DE Naugle
Single species conservation as an umbrella for management of landscape threats
CA Runge, JC Withey, DE Naugle, JE Fargione, KJ Helmstedt, AE Larsen, ...
PLoS One 14 (1), e0209619, 2019
Extending conifer removal and landscape protection strategies from sage-grouse to songbirds, a range-wide assessment
JP Donnelly, JD Tack, KE Doherty, DE Naugle, BW Allred, VJ Dreitz
Rangeland Ecology & Management 70 (1), 95-105, 2017
Linking conservation actions to demography: grass height explains variation in greater sage‐grouse nest survival
KE Doherty, DE Naugle, JD Tack, BL Walker, JM Graham, JL Beck
Wildlife biology 20 (6), 320-325, 2014
Beyond protected areas: Private lands and public policy anchor intact pathways for multi-species wildlife migration
JD Tack, AF Jakes, PF Jones, JT Smith, RE Newton, BH Martin, ...
Biological Conservation 234, 18-27, 2019
Combined effects of energy development and disease on greater sage-grouse
RL Taylor, JD Tack, DE Naugle, LS Mills
PLoS One 8 (8), e71256, 2013
Are sage‐grouse fine‐scale specialists or shrub‐steppe generalists?
JT Smith, BW Allred, CS Boyd, JC Carlson, KW Davies, CA Hagen, ...
The Journal of Wildlife Management 84 (4), 759-774, 2020
Synchronizing conservation to seasonal wetland hydrology and waterbird migration in semi‐arid landscapes
JP Donnelly, DE Naugle, DP Collins, BD Dugger, BW Allred, JD Tack, ...
Ecosphere 10 (6), e02758, 2019
Effects of rotational grazing management on nesting greater sage‐grouse
JT Smith, JD Tack, LI Berkeley, M Szczypinski, DE Naugle
The Journal of Wildlife Management 82 (1), 103-112, 2018
Greater sage-grouse Centrocercus urophasianus migration links the USA and Canada: a biological basis for international prairie conservation
JD Tack, DE Naugle, JC Carlson, PJ Fargey
Oryx 46 (1), 64-68, 2012
Phenology largely explains taller grass at successful nests in greater sage‐grouse
JT Smith, JD Tack, KE Doherty, BW Allred, JD Maestas, LI Berkeley, ...
Ecology and Evolution 8 (1), 356-364, 2018
Better living through conifer removal: a demographic analysis of sage-grouse vital rates
JP Severson, CA Hagen, JD Tack, JD Maestas, DE Naugle, JT Forbes, ...
PLoS One 12 (3), e0174347, 2017
Sage-grouse and cumulative impacts of energy development
DE Naugle, KE Doherty, BL Walker, HE Copeland, MJ Holloran, JD Tack
Energy development and wildlife conservation in western North America, 55-70, 2011
Sage-grouse and the human footprint: implications for conservation of small and declining populations
JD Tack
University of Montana, 2009
Reversing tree expansion in sagebrush steppe yields population‐level benefit for imperiled grouse
AC Olsen, JP Severson, JD Maestas, DE Naugle, JT Smith, JD Tack, ...
Ecosphere 12 (6), e03551, 2021
Seasonal drought in North America’s sagebrush biome structures dynamic mesic resources for sage‐grouse
JP Donnelly, BW Allred, D Perret, NL Silverman, JD Tack, VJ Dreitz, ...
Ecology and evolution 8 (24), 12492-12505, 2018
Landscapes for energy and wildlife: conservation prioritization for golden eagles across large spatial scales
JD Tack, BC Fedy
PLoS One 10 (8), e0134781, 2015
Longest sage‐grouse migratory behavior sustained by intact pathways
RE Newton, JD Tack, JC Carlson, MR Matchett, PJ Fargey, DE Naugle
The Journal of Wildlife Management 81 (6), 962-972, 2017
No substitute for survival: perturbation analyses using a Golden Eagle population model reveal limits to managing for take
JD Tack, BR Noon, ZH Bowen, L Strybos, BC Fedy
Journal of Raptor Research 51 (3), 258-272, 2017
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