• Wind Cave National Park - Two Worlds

    Wind Cave

    National Park South Dakota

Research Bibliography - Deer and Elk

Andrew, Jerry D. 1974. Natural Mortality Factors of Elk at Wind Cave National Park, South Dakota. 28 p.

Archer, Steve. 1982. Dietary Analysis of Sympatric Herbivores at Wind Cave National Park. 1 p. + 7 tables.

Bauman, Peter J. 1998. The Wind Cave National Park Elk Herd: Home Ranges, Seasonal Movements, and Alternative Control Methods. M.S. Thesis. South Dakota State University. 132 p.

Bauman, Peter J. 1997. Wind Cave National Park Elk Population History. South Dakota State University. 130+ p.

Bauman, Peter J., Jenks, Jonathon A. and Roddy, Daniel E. 1999. Evaluating Techniques to Monitor Elk Movement Across Fence Lines. Wildlife Society Bulletin 27. pp. 344-352.

Cahalane, Victor H. 1948. The Status of Mammals in the US National Park System, 1947. Journal of Mammalogy 29. pp. 247-259.

Detling, James K. and Whicker, April D. 1987. Control of Ecosystem Processes by Prairie Dogs and Other Grassland Herbivores. In Uresk, Daniel W., Schenbeck, Greg L. and Cefkin, Rose (eds.) Eighth Great Plains Wildlife Damage Control Workshop. pp. 23-29.

Game Preserve 1912-1935. Various Documents.

Hamm, David C. 1973. Evaluation of Cattle Use of a Deer Winter Range in the Black Hills. M.S. Thesis. South Dakota State University. 69 p.

Klukas, R.W. 1979. Natural Mortality of Bison and Elk in Wind Cave National Park. Annual Summer Conference, Central Mountains and Plains Section of The Wildlife Society. 13 p.

Klukas, R.W. 1978. Report on aerial census of bison and elk, February 17, 1978. 5 p.

Lagueux, Kerry M. 2002. Elk Use of the Edge Habitat in Wind Cave National Park, South Dakota. M.S. Thesis. Western Washington University. 80 p.

Lanka, Robert P. 1993. Validation of the Idaho Elk Sightability Model for use in the Black Hills of Wyoming and South Dakota. 80 p.

Lovaas, Allan L. 1973. A Cooperative Elk Trapping Program in Wind Cave National Park. The Wildlife Society Bulletin 1. pp. 93-100.

Lovaas, Allan L. 1973. History of Elk Management in Wind Cave National Park. 20 p.

Millspaugh, Joshua J. 1999. Behavioral and Physiological Responses of Elk to Human Disturbances in the Southern Black Hills, South Dakota. PhD Dissertation. University of Washington. 274 p.

Millspaugh, Joshua J. 1995. Implications of human use patterns on elk movements and habitat use in Custer State Park, South Dakota. Progress Report.

Millspaugh, Joshua J., Brundige, Gary C., Jenks, Jonathan A., Tyner, C. Lee and Hustead, David R. 1995. Immobilization of Rocky Mountain Elk with Telazol and Xylazine Hydrochloride, and Antagonism by Yohimine Hydrochloride. Journal of Wildlife Diseases 31.

Mogen, Kim. 1977. A History of Animal Management at Wind Cave National Park. 23 p.

Rice, Leslie A. 1988. Evaluation of Movements and Habitat Use of Elk in the Southern Black Hills, South Dakota, 1980-1986. Completion Report, Pittman-Robertson Project W-75-R-28, Study Number 7524. 57 p.

Robisch, Elena and Wright, R. Gerald. 1995. Ungulate Management in US National Parks: The Results of a Survey. Natural Resources Technical Report NPS/NRUI/NRTP-95/15. 42 p.

Schenck, Theron II. 1971. Food Habits of Deer in the Southern Black Hills as Determined by the Point Technique. M.S. Thesis. South Dakota State University. 46 p.

Shave, H.J. Epidemiologic Study of Leptospriosis, Wind Cave National Park, July-September, 1985. 3p.

Sieg Carolyn Hull. 1990. Annotated Bibliography: White-tailed Deer Biology and Management in the Black Hills. 161 p.

Singer, Francis J. and Zeigenfuss, Linda. 1998. Large Mammalian Herbivores, Plant Interactions, and Ecosystem Processes in Five National Parks. 17 p.

Thilenius, John F. 1972. Classification of Deer Habitat in the Ponderosa Pine Forest of the Black Hills, South Dakota. USDA Forest Service Research Paper RM-91. 28 p.

Turner, Ronald W. 1974. Mammals of the Black Hills of South Dakota and Wyoming. University of Kansas, Lawrence. Miscellaneous Publication No. 60. 178 p.

Varland, Kenneth L. 1975. Immobilization of Elk at Wind Cave National Park, South Dakota. 10 p.

Varland, Kenneth L., Lovaas, Allan L. and Dahlgren, Robert B. Herd Organization and Movements of Elk in Wind Cave National Park. Natural Resources Report 13. 28 p.

Varland, Kenneth LaVerne. 1976. Herd Organization and Movements of Elk in Wind Cave National Park, South Dakota. MS Thesis. Iowa State University. 153 p.

Wydevan, Adrian P. 1979. Elk food habits and range interactions with other herbivores in Wind Cave National Park. Iowa State University.

Wydevan, Adrian P. 1977. Elk food habits and range interactions with other herbivores in Wind Cave National Park. Iowa State University. Final Report. 22 p.

Wydevan, Adrian P. 1977. Food Habits and Ecological Relationships of Elk to Other Herbivores in Wind Cave National Park. Iowa State University. Final Report. 208 p.

Wydeven, A.P. and Dahlgren, R.B. 1983. Food Habits of Elk in the Northern Great Plains. Journal of Wildlife Management 47: 916-923.

Wydeven, A.P. and Dahlgren, R.B. 1984. Habitat Relationships of Four Prairie Ungulates in the Northern Great Plains. 24 p.

Wydeven, A.P. and Dahlgren, R.B. 1985. Ungulate Habitat Relationships in Wind Cave National Park. Journal of Wildlife Management 49(2): 805-813.

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