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Grays Lake Ecosystem

Publications


Geological, hydrological, and climatic studies:

Beiswenger, J. M.  1987.  Late Quaternary Vegetational History of Grays Lake,
     Idaho and the Ice Slough, Wyoming.  Ph.D. Dissertation, Univ. Wyoming.
     
Beiswenger, J. M.  1991.  Late Quaternary vegetational history of Grays Lake,
     Idaho.  Ecological Monographs 61:165-182.
     
Olivier, W. G.  1980.  An analysis of sediment transport and deposition of the
     Grays Lake basin, Bonneville and Caribou counties, Idaho.  M.S. thesis, 
     Idaho State University; Pocatello, ID.

Oster, F. H.  1942.  Grays Lake migratory waterfowl and muskrat survey.   Idaho 
     Fish and Game Dep., Boise.  Project 51-R unpubl. rep.

U. S. Indian Service.  1941.  Grays Lake survey.  Fort Hall Agency and Idaho 
     Fish and Game Dep., cooperating. [survey and elevation data around 
     perimeter]

Wigand, P. E.  1999.  Local marsh and regional fire history and environmental
     context as reconstructed from sediment cores at Grays Lake, Idaho.  
     Unpubl. rep.

Zielinski, G. A.  1980.  An analysis of the morphology, hydrology and climate 
     of the Grays Lake drainage basin, Bonneville and Caribou counties, Idaho.
     M.S. thesis, Idaho State University; Pocatello, ID.

Biological studies:

Austin, J. E., and D. A. Buhl.  Responses of nesting sandhill cranes to 
     research activities and effects on nest survival.  Proceedings of the 
     North American Crane Workshop 10:[in press].
     
Austin, J. E., J. R. Keough, and W. H. Pyle.  2007.  Effects of habitat 
     management treatments on plant community and biomass in a montane 
     wetland.  Wetlands 27(3):570-587.

Austin, J. E., J. R. Keough, and W. H. Pyle.  2003.  Effects of habitat 
     management practices on plant cover types of uplands and wetlands at Grays 
     Lake National Wildlife Refuge, Idaho, 1997-2000.   U.S. Geological Survey, 
     Northern Prairie Wildlife Research Center, Jamestown, ND.  Final report to 
     U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service May 2003.

Austin, J. E., A. R. Henry, and I. J. Ball.  2007.  Sandhill crane abundance and
     nesting ecology at Grays Lake, Idaho.  Journal of Wildlife Management 
     71(4):10671079.
       
Austin, J. E., and W. H. Pyle.  2004.  Nesting ecology of waterbirds at Grays
     Lake, Idaho.  Western North American Naturalist 63(3):277-292.

Austin, J. E., and W. H. Pyle.  2004.  Small mammals in montane wet meadow
     habitat at Grays Lake, Idaho.  Northwest Science 78(3):225-233.

Austin, J. E., W. H. Pyle, J. R. Keough, and D. H. Johnson.  2002.  
     Evaluation of management practices in wet meadow habitats at Grays Lake 
     National Wildlife Refuge, Idaho, 1997-2000.  Final report to U.S. Fish 
     and Wildlife Service-Region 1.  U.S. Geological Survey, Northern Prairie 
     Wildlife Research Center, Jamestown, ND.
     
Ball, I. J., J. E. Austin, and A. R. Henry.   2003.   Population and nesting 
     ecology of sandhill cranes at Grays Lake, Idaho, 1997-2000.  U.S. 
     Geological Survey, Montana Cooperative Wildlife Research Unit, Missoula, 
     MT and Northern Prairie Wildlife Research Center, Jamestown, ND.  Final 
     report to U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service February 2003.
     
Bizeau, E. G.  1951.  Factors affecting waterfowl production at Gray's Lake,
     Idaho.   M.S. Thesis, Univ. Idaho. 123pp. 

Chamberlin, G. B.  1950.  The helminth parasites of muskrats of Gray's Lake,
     Idaho.  M.S. thesis, Univ. Idaho. 48pp.

Drewien, R. C.  1973.  Ecology of Rocky Mountain greater sandhill cranes. 
     Ph.D. Dissertation, Univ. Idaho, Moscow.  152pp.

Drewien, R. C., W. M. Brown, and W. L. Kendall.  1995.  Recruitment in Rocky
     Mountain greater sandhill cranes and comparisons with other crane 
     populations.  J. Wildl. Manage. 59:339-356.

Drewien, R. C.,  and S. H. Bouffard.  1988.  Predator control for whooping 
     crane and sandhill crane production at Grays Lake National Wildlife 
     Refuge, Idaho.  Pages 8-9 in M. Johnson, ed.  Proc. Mallard Symposium.  
     North Dakota Game and Fish Dep., Bismarck.
     
Drewien, R. C., and E. G. Bizeau.  1978.  Cross-fostering whooping cranes 
     to sandhill crane foster parents.  Pages 201-222 in S. Temple, ed.  
     Endangered birds:  management techniques for preserving threatened species. 
     University of Wisconsin Press, Madison, WI.

Drewien, R. C., and E. Kuyt.  1979.  Teamwork helps the whooping crane.  
     National Geographic 155:680-693.

Drewien, R. C., W. H. Mullins, and E. G. Bizeau.  1987.  Winter and spring 
     distribution of greater sandhill cranes from southcentral Idaho.  Pages 
     9-92 in  J. C. Lewis, ed.  Proceedings of the 1985 Crane Workshop.  Platte 
     River Whooping Crane Maintenance Trust, Grand Island, NE.

Drewien, R. C., and K. R. Clegg.  1992.  Capturing whooping cranes and sandhill
     cranes by nightlighting.  Proceedings North American Crane Workshop 6:43-49.

Drewien, R. C., S. H. Bouffard, D. D. Call, and R. A. Wonacott.  1985.  The 
     whooping crane cross-fostering experiment:  the role of animal damage 
     control.  Pages 7-13 in P. T. Bromley, ed.  Proc. Second Eastern Wildlife
     Damage Control Conf., 22-25 September 1985, Raleigh, NC.   North Carolina
     State Univ., Raleigh, NC.
     
Garton, E. O., R. C. Drewien, W. M. Brown, and E. G. Bizeau.  1989.  Survival 
     rates and population prospects of whooping cranes at Grays Lake NWR.  Final 
     report, in files.  U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Albuquerque, NM.  47pp.

Mullins, W. H., II.  1974.  Summer food habits of the greater sandhill crane 
     (Grus canadensis tabida) at Grays Lake, Idaho.  M.S. thesis, Univ. Idaho.  
     12pp.

Oster, F. H.  1942.  Grays Lake migratory waterfowl and muskrat survey.  Idaho 
     Fish and Game Dep., Boise.  Project 51-R unpubl. rep.

Perkins, T.   2003.  Influence of a modified hydrological regime on 
     macroinvertebrate and waterbird abundance, distribution, and annual 
     cycle events, Grays Lake NWR, Idaho.  M.S. thesis, University of 
     Missouri, Columbia.  226pp.

Steel, Paul E.   1952. Factors affecting waterfowl production at Gray's Lake,
     Idaho.  M.S. thesis, Univ. Idaho.  114pp.
     
Steel, P. E., P. D. Dalke, and E. G. Bizeau.  1956.  Duck production at 
     Gray's Lake, Idaho, 1946-51.  Journal of Wildlife Management 20:279-285.

Steel, P. E., P. D. Dalke, and E. G. Bizeau.  1957.  Canada Goose production at
     Gray's Lake, Idaho, 1949-1951.  Journal of Wildlife Management 21:38-41.

Taylor, D. M., and C. H. Trost.  1987.  The status of rare birds in Idaho.  
     Murrelet 68:69-93.

Taylor, D. M., C. H. Trost, and B. Jamison.  1989.  The biology of the 
     white-faced ibis in Idaho.  Western Birds 20:125-133.

U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.  1982.  Master Plan Report for Grays Lake 
     National Wildlife Refuge, Wayan, Idaho.  Region One, Portland, OR.

U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.  1994.  Compatibility Determination for GLNWR.

U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.  1996.  Strategy for management of grasslands 
     of Grays Lake National Wildlife Refuge.  Feb. 1996.  15pp.

U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.  1997.  Status and harvest of sandhill cranes.  
     Mid-continent and Rocky Mountain Populations.  24pp.

Williams, R. M.  1950.  A preliminary investigation of the muskrat population 
     of Gray's Lake, Idaho.   M.S. thesis, Univ. Idaho.  69pp.

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