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PUBLICATIONS:
 

Raithel, J. D., M. J. Reynolds-Hogland, P. C. Carr and L. M.. Aubry.  2017.  Why Does the Regulated Harvest of Black Bears Affect the Rate of Human-Bear Conflicts in New Jersey? Case Studies in the Environment, DOI: https://doi.org/10.1525/cse.2017.sc.415535
 
Lehman, C., C. Rota, J. D. Raithel, and J. Millspaugh.  2017.  Pumas Affect Elk Dynamics in Absence of Other Large Carnivores: Pumas Alone Suppress Elk Population Growth.  The Journal of Wildlife Management 82(1), DOI: 10.1002/jwmg.21392, (IF = 1.725)
 
Raithel, J. D.  2017.  Integrating Black Bear Behavior, Spatial Ecology, and Population Dynamics in a Human-Dominated Landscape: Implications for Management.  Ph.D. Dissertation, Utah State University, Logan.  219 pp.  http://digitalcommons.usu.edu/etd/6633
 
Raithel, J. D., M. J. Reynolds-Hogland, D. N. Koons, P. C. Carr, and L. M. Aubry. 2016. Recreational harvest and incident-response protocols reduce human-carnivore conflicts in an anthropogenic landscape. Journal of Applied Ecology, DOI: https://besjournals.onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/abs/10.1111/1365-2664.12830,             
(IF = 5.196, Citations = 6)
 
Associated Popular Press with above article:
- Utah Public Radio: http://upr.org/post/people-and-bears-hunting-coexistence  
- Phys Org: http://phys.org/news/2016-11-harvest-nuisance-black-jersey-human-bear.html  
- NJ Herald: http://www.njherald.com/20161129/study-hunting-key-to-sustaining-bear-population
 
Griffin, K. A., M. Hebblewhite, H. S. Robinson, P. Zager, S. M. Barber-Meyer, D. Christianson, S. Creel, N. C. Harris, M. A. Hurley, D. H. Jackson, B. K. Johnson, W. L. Myers, J. D. Raithel, M. Schlegel, B. L. Smith, C. White, and P. J.White.  2011.  Neonatal mortality of elk driven by climate, predator phenology and predator community composition.  Journal of Animal Ecology, 80(6), 1246 – 1257.
(IF = 4.937, Citations = 97)
 
Raithel, J. D., M. J. Kauffman, and D. H. Pletscher.  2007.  Impact of spatial and temporal variation in calf survival on the growth of elk populations. Journal of Wildlife Management, 71(3), 795 – 803.
(IF = 1.522, Citations = 134)
 
Raithel, J. D.  2005.  Impact of calf survival on elk population dynamics in west-central Montana.  M.S. Thesis, The University of Montana, Missoula.  118 pp.
(Citations = 14)
 
Raithel, J. D., M. Reynolds-Hogland, P. C. Carr, C. Falvo, and L. M. Aubry.  In advanced preparation.  Behavioral and sex-specific black bear strategies for exploiting anthropogenic habitats in a human-dominated landscape.  Biological Conservation.

PRESENTATIONS:

 

INVITED LARGE AUDIENCE PRESENTATIONS:
 
“Hope in the Anthropocene.”  March for Science Phoenix 2018, Phoenix, AZ, Apr 2018 (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cwd4iSYlbu8)
 
“Conservation of Large Mammals in the Age of Humans.”  EARTH Forward Sustainability Conference, Maricopa County Community Colleges District, Phoenix, AZ, Mar 2018 (https://mcli.maricopa.edu/mcli-calendar/events/e.a.r.t.h.-forward)
 
Keynote Address, MCCCD Student Research Conference.  Estrella Mountain Community College. Avondale, AZ, Mar 2018
 
“Infinity in the Palm of your Hand.” TEDxUSU Event, Utah State University, Logan, UT, Oct 2014 (http://tedx.usu.edu/event/jarod-raithel/)
 
“Science and Storytelling: Wonder, Humility, Gratitude and Interconnectedness.”  USU’s Ignite! Seminar Series, Utah State University, Logan, UT, Apr 2014
(http://rgs.usu.edu/ignite/jarod-raithel/)
 
“What I Wished I Knew – The Importance of Your Graduate Cohort.”  Presenter at Graduate Training Series Seminar (GrTS), Utah State University, Logan, UT, Sept 2015
 
“Choosing to Become a Wildlife Biologist.”  Presenter at “Career Day” at Cedar Ridge Middle School, North Logan, UT, Oct 2013
 
SCIENTIFIC PRESENTATIONS:
 
“Recreational Harvest and Incident-Response Management Reduces Human-Carnivore Conflicts in an Anthropogenic Landscape.”  Ecological Society of America, Fort Lauderdale, FL, Aug 2016
 
“Recreational Harvest and Incident-Response Management Reduces Human-Bear Conflicts in an Anthropogenic Landscape.” 24th International Conference on Bear Research and Management, Anchorage, AK, Jun 2016
 
“Monitoring Wildlife Populations.”  Guest Lecture for Dr. Kari Veblen’s WILD 4750 course.    Nov 2015
 
“What exactly is an ‘urban bear’?  Characterizing black bear space use across an anthropogenic landscape gradient.”  Student Research Symposium, Research Week, Utah State University, Logan, UT, Apr 2015
 
“Revisiting Perturbation Methods: Life Stage Simulation Analysis.”  Guest Lecture for Dr. David Koons’ WILD 6403 course.  Nov 2014
 
“Integrating Black Bear Behavior, Spatial Ecology & Population Dynamics Across An Anthropogenic Landscape Gradient.”  WILD Department’s Pre-Project Symposium, USU, Apr 2014
 
“Declining recruitment and cause-specific mortality of calf elk in the Garnet Mountains of west-central Montana.”  The Wildlife Society 11th Annual Conference, Calgary, Alberta, Canada, Sep 2004
 
“Cause-specific mortality of calf elk in the Garnet Mountain Range, Montana.”  The Wildlife Society Montana State Chapter Annual Conference, Bozeman, Montana, Feb 2004
 
“Sexual dimorphism in the moa-nalos, extinct, flightless Hawaiian waterfowl.”  American Ornithologists’ Union in conjunction with the Society of Canadian Ornithologists and the British Ornithologists’ Union, St. John’s, Newfoundland, Canada, Aug 2000
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