Topic 6 Eastern Range: Resources


Learn more about restoration of sagebrush ecosystems by exploring key and supplemental literature listed below.

Key Literature


Supplemental Literature

  • Baruch-Mordo, S., J.S. Evans, J.P. Severson, D.E. Naugle, J.D. Maestas, J.M. Kiesecke, M.J. Falkowski, C.A. Hagen, and K.P. Reese. 2013. Saving sage-grouse from the trees: A proactive solution to reducing a key threat to a candidate species. Biological Conservation 167:233-241.
  • Beck, J.L., J.W. Connelly, and C.L. Wambolt. 2012. Consequences of treating Wyoming big sagebrush to enhance wildlife habitats. Rangeland Ecology & Management 65(5):444–455.
  • Boyd, C.S., J.L. Beck, and J. Tanaka. 2014. Livestock grazing and sage-grouse habitat: impacts and opportunities. Journal of Rangeland Applications 1:58–77.
  • Colorado Greater Sage-grouse Steering Committee. 2008. Colorado greater sage-grouse conservation plan. Colorado Division of Wildlife, Denver, Colorado, USA.
  • Cross, T.B., D.E. Naugle, J.C. Carlson, and M.K. Schwartz. 2017. Genetic recapture identifies long-distance breeding dispersal in Greater Sage-Grouse (Centrocercus urophasianus). The Condor: Ornithological Applications 119(1):155-166.
  • Doherty, K.E., D.E. Naugle, H.E. Copeland, A. Pocewicz, and J.M. Kiesecker. 2011. Energy development and conservation tradeoffs: Systematic planning for Greater Sage-Grouse in their eastern Range. Studies in Avian Biology 38:505-516
  • Doherty, K.E., D.E. Naugle, J.D. Tack, B.L. Walker, J.M. Graham, and J.L. Beck. 2014. Linking conservation actions to demography: grass height explains variation in greater sage-grouse nest survival. Wildlife Biology 20(6):320–325.
  • Hanser, S.E., M. Leu, S.T. Knick, and C.L. Aldridge. 2011. Sagebrush ecosystem conservation and management: Ecoregional assessment tools and models for the Wyoming Basins. Lawrence, KS: Allen Press.
  • Kirol, C.P., J.L. Beck, S.V. Huzurbazar, M.J. Holloran, and S.N. Miller. 2015. Identifying Greater Sage-Grouse source and sink habitats for conservation planning in an energy development landscape. Ecological Applications 25(4):968–990.
  • Knick, S.T., and J.W. Connelly. 2011. Greater Sage-Grouse and sagebrush—Introduction to the landscape. Studies in Avian Biology 38:1–9.
  • Knick, S.T., S.E. Hanser, R.F. Miller, D.A. Pyke, M.J. Wisdom, S.P. Finn, T.E. Rinkes, and C.J. Henny. 2011. Ecological influence and pathways of land use in sagebrush. Studies in Avian Biology 38:203-251.
  • Manier, D.J., Z.H. Bowen, M.L. Brooks, M.L. Casazza, P.S. Coates, P.A. Deibert, S.E. Hanser, and D.H. Johnson. 2014. Conservation buffer distance estimates for Greater Sage-Grouse—a review: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 2014–1239.
  • Naugle, D.E., K.E. Doherty, B.L. Walker, H.E. Copeland, M.J. Holloran, and J.D. Tack. 2011a. Sage‐grouse and cumulative impacts of energy development. Pages 55‐70 in D.E. Naugle, editor. Energy development and wildlife conservation in western North America. Island Press, Washington, DC.
  • Naugle, D.E., K.E. Doherty, B.L. Walker, M.J. Holloran, and H.E. Copeland. 2011b. Energy development and greater sage‐grouse. Greater sage‐grouse: ecology and conservation of a landscape species and its habitats. Studies in Avian Biology 38:489‐503.
  • Tack, J.D., D.E. Naugle, J.C. Carlson, and P.J. Fargey. 2011. Greater Sage-Grouse Centrocercus urophasianus migration links the USA and Canada: A biological basis for international prairie conservation. Oryx 46(1):64–68.