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A New Generation of Faculty, 8/2/2017

 

Recent Publications

Nutrition and food habits of eastern elk.  Muller, L. I.  2018.  Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation, D. White, J. Cox, and J. Larkin (editors). Elk in eastern North America. Missoula, Montana, USA.

Elk restoration in the southeastern U.S.  White, D., J. Cox, B. F. Miller, L. I. Muller, R. Smith, W. Wright, M. Cartwright, J. D. Clark, and B. Keller.  2018.  Rocky Mountatin Elk Foundation, D. White, J. Cox, and J. Larkin (editors). Elk in eastern North America. Missoula, Montana.

Revisionary studies of Nearctic Dixidae: the Dixa rudis and D. fusca species groups.  Moulton, J. K.  2017.  Annual Meeting of the Entomological Society of America. November 58, Denver, CO.. [Abstract]

The true identity of Dixa modesta Johannsen (Diptera: Dixidae) resolved: synonymy of Dixa similis Johannsen, designation of the Dixa ubiquita species group, and description of three new eastern Nearctic species.  Moulton, J. K.  2017.  Zootaxa, 4216(3): 247260. [Abstract]

Day/night landscape use and home ranges of reintroduced elk in teh Cumberland Mountains, Tennessee.  Tarver, A., L. I. Muller, and B. F. Miller.  2017.  UT Gamma Sigma Delta Exhibition of Undergraduate Research and Creative Achievements.

Seasonal movements, landscape use, and home ranges of reintroduced elk in the Cumberland Mountains, Tennessee.  Tarver, A., L. I. Muller, and B. F. Miller.  2017.  70th Annual Conference of the Southeastern Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies, Louisville, Kentucky.

White-tailed deer and elk forage response to prescribed fire and herbicide applications.  Nanney, J. S.  2016.  M.S. Thesis.

Relationship between genetic structure and release methodology to female elk movements after translocation.  Muller, L. I., J. L. Murrow, J. D. Clark, K. Delozier, J. L. Lupardus, and J. L. Kindall.  2013.  The Wildlife Society 20th Annual Meeting, Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

Population viability analysis to identify management priorities for reintroduced elk in the Cumberland Mountains, Tennessee.  Kindall, J. K., L. I. Muller, J. D. Clark, J. L. Lupardus, and J. L. Murrow.  2011.  Journal of Wildlife Management, 75:1745-1752. [Abstract]

Seasonal forage availabaility and diet for reintroduced elk in the Cumberland Mountains, Tennessee.  Lupardus, J. L., L. I. Muller, and J. L. Kindall.  2011.  Southeastern Naturalist 10:53-74. [Abstract]

Elk habitat evaluation and enhancment in the Cumberland Plateau Area of Tennessee - Final Report.  Muller, L. I., Kindall, J. L., and Lupardus, J. L..  2010.  Final Report Submitteed to Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency.