GRIZZLY TIMES REPORTS

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Technical Reports by the Grizzly Bear Recovery Project

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Grizzly Bears & Ungulates in the Yellowstone Ecosystem

This publication provides a comprehensive review of relations between grizzly bears and large herbivores in the Yellowstone Ecosystem based on previously unpublished research.

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Effects of Trains & Railways on Grizzly Bears

This technical report reviews research from throughout the Northern Hemisphere on how train and railways affect brown and grizzly bears, with an emphasis on the northern U.S. Rocky Mountains.

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Heart of the Grizzly Bear Nation

This technical report examines the past, present, and future prospects of grizzly bears in the Northern Continental Divide population of Montana, including patterns and drivers of human-bear conflict, environmental change, and the validity of methods and metrics for managing grizzly bear mortality in this ecosystem.

Effects of Pedestrians on

Grizzly Bears

This technical report reviews research from throughout the Northern Hemisphere on how people on foot ("pedestrians") affect grizzly bears, with implications for human safety.

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Efficacies & Effects of Sport Hunting on Grizzly Bears

This technical report comprehensively reviews research from throughout the Northern Hemisphere on how sport hunting directly and indirectly affects grizzly bears, human safety, human-bear conflict, and acceptance of bears by people.

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The Grizzly Bear Promised Land

This technical report covers the past, present, and future prospects of grizzly bears in central and north-central Idaho--an area that once had robust grizzly bear populations extirpated by Europeans during the late 1800s and early 1900s, but with the current potential of perhaps supporting 1000 grizzlies.

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More Grizzly Times Products & Reports

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