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Cain, Steven L., Higgs, Megan D., Roffe, Thomas J., Monfort, Steven L. and Berger, Joel. 2012. Using fecal progestagens and logistic regression to enhance pregnancy detection in wild ungulates: A bison case study. Wildlife Society Bulletin, 36(4): 631-640. doi:10.1002/wsb.178

Berger, Joel, Monfort, Steven L., Roffe, T., Stacey, P. B. and Testa, J. W. 2003. Through the Eyes of Prey: How the Extinction and Conservation of North America's Large Carnivores Alter Prey Systems and Biodiversity. In: Festa-Bianchet, M. and Apollonio, M., Animal Behavior and Wildlife Conservation. Covello, CA: Island Press, pp.133-156.

Berger, J. 1999. Anthropogenic extinction of top carnivores and interspecific animal behaviour: implications of the rapid decoupling of a web involving wolves, bears, moose and ravens. Proceedings of the Royal Society (London) B, 266: 2261-2267.

Berger, J. and Gompper, Matthew E. 1999. Sex ratios in extant ungulates: Products of contemporary predation or past life histories? Journal of Mammalogy, 80(4): 1084-1113.

Berger, J., Testa, J. W., Roffe, T. and Monfort, Steven L. 1999. Conservation endocrinology: a noninvasive tool to understand relationships between carnivore colonization and ecological carrying capacity. Conservation Biology, 13(5): 980-989.

Cunningham, C. and Berger, J. 1997. Horn of Darkness: Rhinos on the Edge New York, NY: Oxford University Press.

Berger, J. 1996. Animal behaviour and plundered mammals: is the study of mating systems a scientific luxury or a conservation necessity? Oikos, 77: 207-216.

Berger, J. 1995. Review of "Essentials of Conservation Biology". Behavioral Ecology, 351-352: 000

Berger, J. and Cunningham, C. 1995. Multiple bottlenecks, allopatric lineages, and badlands bison: consequences of lineage mixing. Biological Conservation, 71: 13-24.

Berger, J. 1994. Science, conservation, and black rhinos. Journal of Mammalogy, 75: 298-308.

Berger, J. 1994. Review of "Przewalski's Horses: The History and Biology of an Endangered Species". Science, 266: 1263

Berger, J. and Cunningham, C. 1994. Active intervention and conservation: Africa's pachyderm problem. Science, 263: 1241-1242.

Berger, J. and Cunningham, C. 1994. Black rhino conservation. Science, 264: 757

Berger, J. and Cunningham, C. 1994. Phenotypic alterations, evolutionary significant structures, and rhino conservation. Conservation Biology, 8: 833-840.

Berger, J. and Cunningham, C. 1994. Horns, hyenas, and black rhinos. Research and Exploration, 10: 241-244.

Berger, J. and Cunningham, C. 1994. Bison: Mating and Conservation in Small Populations New York: Columbia University Press.

Berger, J., Cunningham, C. and Gawuseb, A. A. 1994. The uncertainty of data and dehorning black rhinos. Conservation Biology, 8: 1149-1152.

Goodrich, J. and Berger, J. 1994. Winter recreation and hibernating black bears. Biological Conservation, 67: 105-110.

Johnston, L. A., Donoghue, Ann M., Igo, W., Simmons, L. G., Wildt, David E. and Rieffenberger, J. 1994. Oocyte recovery and maturation in the American black bear (Ursus americanus): a model for endangered Ursids. The Journal of experimental zoology, 269: 53-61.

Berger, J. 1993. Review of "Elephants: The Declining Decade". The Quarterly Review of Biology, 68: 120-121.

Berger, J. 1993. Persistence of mountain sheep populations: methodology and statistics. Conservation Biology, 7: 219-220.

Berger, J. 1993. Rhino conservation tactics. Nature, 361: 121

Berger, J. 1993. Disassociations between black rhinoceroses mothers and young calves: ecologically variable or, as yet, undetected behavior? African Journal of Ecology, 31: 261-264.

Berger, J., Cunningham, C., Gawuseb, A. A. and Lindeque, M. 1993. "Costs" and short-term survivorship of hornless black rhinos. Conservation Biology, 7: 920-924.

Sweitzer, R. A. and Berger, J. 1993. Predator avoidance and habitat shifts in Great Basin porcupines. Ecology, 73: 867-875.

Sweitzer, R. A. and Berger, J. 1993. Seasonal dynamics of mass and body condition in Great Basin porcupines. Journal of Mammalogy, 74: 198-203.

Berger, J. 1992. Facilitation of reproductive synchrony by gestation adjustment in gregarious mammals: a new hypothesis. Ecology, 73: 323-329.

Berger, J. and Cunningham, C. 1992. Bellows, copulations, and sexual selection. Behavioral Ecology, 2: 1-6.

Berger, J. 1991. Greater Yellowstone's native ungulates: myths and realities. Conservation Biology, 5: 353-363.

Berger, J. 1991. Funding asymmetries for endangered species, feral animals, and livestock. Bioscience, 41(2): 105-106.

Berger, J. 1991. Pregnancy incentives, predation constraints and habitat shifts: experimental and field evidence for wild bighorn sheep. Animal Behaviour, 41: 61-77.

Berger, J. and Wehausen, J. D. 1991. Consequences of a mammalian predator-prey disequilibrium in the Great Basin Desert. Conservation Biology, 5: 244-248.

Berger, J. 1990. Persistence of different-sized populations: an empirical assessment of rapid extinctions in bighorn sheep. Conservation Biology, 4(1): 91-98.

Berger, J. 1990. Behavioral insights and conservation. Zoo biology, 9: 331-333.

Berger, J. 1990. Book Review: "Behavior of Przewalski Horses", K. A. Houpt and A. F. Fraser, Eds. Zoo biology, 9: 331-333.

Cunningham, C. and Berger, J. 1990. "Sex and survival in badlands bison". Zoogoer. 19(4): pp.22-25.

Green, W. H. and Berger, J. 1990. Maternal investment in sons and daughters: problems in methodology. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology, 27: 99-102.

McClenaghan, L. R., Berger, J. and Truesdale, H. D. 1990. Founding lineages and genic variability in plains bison (Bison bison) from Badlands National Park, South Dakota. Conservation Biology, 4(3): 285-289.

Berger, J. 1989. Female reproductive potential and its apparent discrimination by male mammals. Journal of Mammalogy, 70(2): 347-358.

Berger, J. and Kock, M. 1989. Type I and Type II errors in the real world. Journal of Wildlife Diseases, 25(3): 451-454.

Berger, J. 1988. Social systems, resources, and phylogenetic inertia: an experimental test and its limitations. In: Slobochikoff, C., Ecology of Social Behavior. New York, NY: Academic Press, pp.157-186.

Berger, J. and Cunningham, C. 1988. Size-related effects on search times in North American grassland female ungulates. Ecology, 69(1): 177-183.

Berger, J. and Daneke, D. 1988. Effects of agricultural, industrial, and recreational expansion on frequency of wildlife law violations in the central Rocky Mountains, USA. Conservation Biology, 2(3): 283-289.

Berger, J. and Kock, M. D. 1988. Overwinter survival of carfentanil-immobilized male bison. Journal of Wildlife Diseases, 24(3): 555-556.

Berger, J. and Peacock, M. 1988. Variability in size-weight relationships of Bison bison. Journal of Mammalogy, 69(3): 618-624.

Berger, J. 1987. Reproductive fates of dispersers in a harem-dwelling ungulate: the wild horse. In: Chepko-Sade, D. and Halpin, Z. T., Mammalian Dispersal Patterns: Effects of Social Structure on Population Genetics. Chicago, IL: Univ. Chicago Press, pp.41-54.

Berger, J. and Cunningham, C. 1987. Influence of familiarity on frequency of inbreeding in wild horses. Evolution, 41(1): 229-231.

Chepko-Sade, B. D., Shields, W. M., Berger, J., Halpin, Z. T., Jones, W. T., Rogers, L. L., Rood, J. P. and Smith, A. T. 1987. The effects of dispersal and social structure on effective population size. In: Chepko-Sade, B. D. and Halpin, Z. T., Mammalian Dispersal Patterns: the Effects of Social Structure on Population Genetics. Chicago, IL: University of Chicago Press, pp.287-321.

Kock, M. and Berger, J. 1987. Chemical immobilization of free-ranging North American bison (Bison bison) in Badlands National Park, South Dakota. Journal of Wildlife Diseases, 23(4): 625-633.

Berger, J. 1986. Wild Horses of the Great Basin: social competition and population size Chicago, IL: Univ. Chicago Press.

Cunningham, C. and Berger, J. 1986. "Wild horses of the Granite Range". Natural History. 95(4): pp.32-40.

Berger, J. 1985. Interspecific interactions and dominance in wild Great Basin ungulates. Journal of Mammalogy, 66: 571-573.

Berger, J. and Rudman, R. 1985. Predation and interactions between coyotes and feral horse foals. Journal of Mammalogy, 66(2): 401-402.

Berger, J. 1983. Induced abortion and social factors in wild horses. Nature, 303: 59-61.

Berger, J. 1983. Predation, sex ratios, and male competition in equids (Mammalia: Perisodactyla). Journal of Zoology, 201: 205-216.

Berger, J. and Cunningham, C. 1983. Ecology and catastrophic mortality in wild horses: implications for sociality in fossil assemblages. Science, 220: 1403-1404.

Berger, J., Daneke, D., Johnson, J. and Berwick, S. H. 1983. Pronghorn foraging economy and predator avoidance in a desert ecosystem: implications for the conservation of large mammalian herbivores. Biological Conservation, 25: 193-208.

Berger, J., Kock, M., Cunningham, C. and Dodson, N. 1983. Chemical restraint of wild horses: effects on reproduction and social structure. Journal of Wildlife Diseases, 19: 265-268.

Berger, J. 1981. The role of risks in mammalian combat: zebra and onager fights. Zeitschrift Tierpsychologie, 56: 297-304.