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Clawson MV. Use of age-at-harvest information to inform wildlife management. School of Forest Resources. 2010 ;M.S.
Skalski JR, Smith SG, Iwamoto RN, Williams JG, Hoffmann A. Use of passive integrated transponder tags to estimate survival of migrant juvenile salmonids in the Snake and Columbia rivers. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences [Internet]. 1998 ;55:1484-1493. Available from:
Whitlock SL, Lewis TM, Peterson JT. Using a Bayesian Multistate Occupancy Model to Assess Seabird and Shorebird Status in Glacier Bay, Alaska. Wildlife Society Bulletin [Internet]. 2020 ;44(3):451 - 467. Available from:
Gove NE. Using age-at-harvest data to estimate demographic parameters for wildlife populations. Quantitative Ecology and Resource Management. 1997 ;M.S.
Whitlock SL, Campbell MR, Quist MC, Dux AM. Using Genetic and Phenotypic Comparisons to Evaluate Apparent Segregation among Kokanee Spawning Groups. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society [Internet]. 2018 ;147(1):43 - 60. Available from:
Whitlock SL, Schultz LD, Schreck CB, Hess JE. Using genetic pedigree reconstruction to estimate effective spawner abundance from redd surveys: an example involving Pacific lamprey ( Entosphenus tridentatus ). Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences [Internet]. 2017 ;74(10):1646 - 1653. Available from:
Buchanan RA, Skalski JR. Using multistate mark-recapture methods to model adult salmonid migration in an industrialized river. Ecological Modelling [Internet]. 2010 ;221:582-589. Available from: