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PUBLICATIONS (* denotes mentee author)
25. Kluever, B. M., Pfeiffer, M. B., Barras, S. C., Dunlap, B. G., and L. A. Humberg. 2020. Black
vulture conflict and management in the United States: damage trends, management
overview, and research needs. Human-Wildlife Interactions 14:14 ǀ Link
24. Shiels, A. S., Klug, P. E., Kluever, B. M., and S. R. Siers. 2020. Rose-ringed parakeets in
California: established populations and potentially a serious agricultural threat.
Proceedings of the 29th Vertebrate Pest Conference. Paper No. 43. 5 pp. ǀ Link
23. Lonsinger, R C., Kluever, B. M., Hall, L. K., Larsen, R. H., Gese, E. M., Waits, L. P., and R.
N. Knight. 2020. Conservation of kit foxes in the Great Basin Desert: a review and
recommendations. Journal of Fish and Wildlife Management
doi.org/10.1111/JFWM-20-025 ǀ Link
22. Choi, D, Wittig, T., and B. M. Kluever. 2020. An evaluation of factors influencing the spatial
arrangement of bird and bat mortalities at wind farms in the Northeast United States.
PLoS ONE 15(8) e0238034 doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0238034 ǀ Link
21. Richard, S. A., I.MG. Bukovich, E.A. Tillman, S. Jayamohan, J.S. Humphrey, P.E.
Carrington, W.B. Bruce, B.M. Kluever, M.L. Avery, and M. R. Parker. 2020.
Conspecific chemical cues facilitate mate trailing by invasive Argentine black and white
tegus. PLoS ONE 15(8): e0236660288: doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0236660 ǀ Link
20. Hudson, S. B., B. M Kluever, A. C. Webb, and S. S. French. 2020. Steroid hormones,
energetic state, and immunocompetence vary across reproductive contexts in a
parthenogenetic lizard. General and Comparative Endocrinology 288: 113372
doi:10.1016/j.ygcen.2019.113372 ǀ Link
19. Klug, P. E., Bukoski, W. P., Shiels, A. B., B. M. Kluever, and. S.R. Siers. 2019.
Rose-ringed parakeets. Wildlife Damage Management Technical Series. USDA, APHIS, WS
National Wildlife Research Center. Fort Collins, Colorado, USA. 16pp. ǀ Link
18. Kluever, B. M. D. T. Iles and E. M. Gese. 2019. Ectoparasite burden influences the
denning behavior of a small desert carnivore. Ecosphere 10:11
doi.org/10.1002/ecs2.2749 ǀ Link
17. Kluever, B. M., T. N. Smith and E. M. Gese. 2019. Group effects of a non-native plant
invasion on rodent abundance. Ecosphere 10:16 doi:10.1002/ecs2.2544 ǀ Link
16. *Smith, T. N., E. M. Gese and B. M. Kluever. 2018. Evaluating the impact of an exotic plant
invasion on rodent community richness and abundance. Western North American
Naturalist 77: 515-525. ǀ Link
15. Kluever, B. M. and E. M. Gese. 2017. Evaluating the influence of water developments on
the demography and spatial ecology of a rare, desert- adapted carnivore: the kit fox
(Vulpes macrotis). Journal of Mammalogy 98: 815-826
doi :10.1093/jmammal/gyx038 ǀ Link
14. Kluever, B. M., E. M. Gese and S. J. Dempsey. 2017. The influence of wildlife water
developments on a desert carnivore and herbivore. Current Zoology 63: 121-129 doi:
10.1093/cz/zow071 ǀ Link
13. Kluever, B. M., E. M. Gese and S. J. Dempsey. 2016. The impact of wildlife water
developments and vegetation on a rodent community in the Great Basin Desert.
Journal of Mammalogy 97: 1209-1218: 10.1093/jmammal/gyw077 ǀ Link
12. Kluever, B. M. and E. M. Gese. 2016. Spatial response of coyotes to removal of water
availability at anthropogenic water sites. Journal of Arid Environments 130: 68-75
doi: 10.1016/j.jaridenv.2016.03.009 ǀ Link
11. Dempsey, S. D., E. M. Gese, B. M. Kluever, R. C. Lonsinger, and L. P. Waits. 2015.
Evaluation of scat deposition transects versus radio telemetry for developing a species
distribution model for a rare desert carnivore, the kit fox. PLoS ONE 10(10) doi:
10.1371/journal.pone.0138995 ǀ Link
10. Kluever, B. M., E. M. Gese, and S. J. Dempsey. 2015. The influence of road
characteristics and species on detection probabilities of carnivore faeces. Wildlife
Research 42: 75-82. ǀ Link
9. Lonsinger, R. L., E. M. Gese, S. J. Dempsey, B. M. Kluever, T. R. Johnson, and L. P.
Waits. 2014. Balancing sample accumulation and DNA degradation rates to optimize
noninvasive genetic sampling of sympatric carnivores. Molecular Ecology Resources doi:
10.1111/1755-0998.12356 ǀ Link
8. Dempsey, S. D., E. M. Gese, and B. M. Kluever. 2014. Finding a fox: an evaluation
of survey methods to estimate abundance of a small desert carnivore. PLoS ONE 9
(8):e105873 ǀ Link
7. Mohammadi, S., B. M. Kluever, T. Tamashiro, Y. Amano, and J.G. Hill III. 2014. Spatial
and thermal observations of a Malayan Krait (Bungarus canidus) from Thailand.
Tropical Natural History 14: 21-26. ǀ Link
6. Kluever, B. M., E.M Gese, S.J. Dempsey, and R.N. Knight. 2013. A comparison of
methods for monitoring kit foxes at den sites. Wildlife Society Bulletin 37: 439-443 ǀ Link
5. Breck, S.W., P. Clark, L.D. Howery, D. Johnson, B. M. Kluever, S. Smallidge, and
A. Ciblis. 2012. A perspective on livestock-wolf interactions on western
rangelands. Rangelands 34: 6-11. ǀ Link
4. Kluever, B.M., L. Lagos, S.W. Breck, L.D. Howery, M. Sanmartín D.L. Bergman, and F.
Bárcena. 2012. Integrity and retention of ear tag radio transmitters in domestic cattle and
feral horses. Wildlife Society Bulletin 36: 189-193. ǀ Link
3. Breck, S.W., B.M. Kluever, M. Panasci, J. Oakleaf, T. Johnson, W. Ballard, L.D.
Howery, and D.L. Bergman. 2011. Domestic calf mortality and producer detection rates in
the Mexican wolf recovery area: implications for livestock management and
compensation schemes. Biological Conservation 144: 930-936. ǀ Link
2. Kluever, B.M., L.D. Howery, S.W. Breck, and D.L. Bergman. 2009. Predator and
heterospecific stimuli alter behaviour in cattle. Behavioural Processes 81: 85-91. ǀ Link
1. Kluever, B. M., S.W. Breck, L.D. Howery, P.R. Krausman and D.L. Bergman. 2008.
Vigilance in range cattle: the influence of predation, social interactions and
environmental factors. Journal of Rangeland Ecology and Management 61: 321-328. ǀ Link