Sharon Baruch-Mordo
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Saving sage-grouse from the trees: a proactive solution to reducing a key threat to a candidate species
S Baruch-Mordo, JS Evans, JP Severson, DE Naugle, JD Maestas, ...
Biological Conservation 167, 233-241, 2013
1632013
Spatiotemporal distribution of black bear‐human conflicts in Colorado, USA
S BARUCH‐MORDO, SW Breck, KR Wilson, DM Theobald
The Journal of Wildlife Management 72 (8), 1853-1862, 2008
1282008
The carrot or the stick? evaluation of education and enforcement as management tools for human-wildlife conflicts
S Baruch-Mordo, SW Breck, KR Wilson, J Broderick
PLoS One 6 (1), e15681, 2011
1252011
Stochasticity in natural forage production affects use of urban areas by black bears: implications to management of human-bear conflicts
S Baruch-Mordo, KR Wilson, DL Lewis, J Broderick, JS Mao, SW Breck
PloS one 9 (1), e85122, 2014
1132014
What is the proper method to delineate home range of an animal using today’s advanced GPS telemetry systems: the initial step
WD Walter, JW Fischer, S Baruch-Mordo, KC VerCauteren
Modern telemetry 68, 2011
1112011
Managing the middle: A shift in conservation priorities based on the global human modification gradient
CM Kennedy, JR Oakleaf, DM Theobald, S Baruch‐Mordo, J Kiesecker
Global Change Biology 25 (3), 811-826, 2019
1072019
A tool box half full: how social science can help solve human–wildlife conflict
S Baruch-Mordo, SW Breck, KR Wilson, J Broderick
Human Dimensions of Wildlife 14 (3), 219-223, 2009
972009
Unconventional oil and gas spills: risks, mitigation priorities, and state reporting requirements
LA Patterson, KE Konschnik, H Wiseman, J Fargione, KO Maloney, ...
Environmental science & technology 51 (5), 2563-2573, 2017
902017
Unconventional oil and gas spills: Materials, volumes, and risks to surface waters in four states of the US
KO Maloney, S Baruch-Mordo, LA Patterson, JP Nicot, SA Entrekin, ...
Science of the Total Environment 581, 369-377, 2017
742017
Foraging ecology of black bears in urban environments: guidance for human‐bear conflict mitigation
DL Lewis, S Baruch-Mordo, KR Wilson, SW Breck, JS Mao, J Broderick
Ecosphere 6 (8), 1-18, 2015
612015
Shifting perceptions of risk and reward: Dynamic selection for human development by black bears in the western United States
HE Johnson, SW Breck, S Baruch-Mordo, DL Lewis, CW Lackey, ...
Biological Conservation 187, 164-172, 2015
612015
A world at risk: aggregating development trends to forecast global habitat conversion
JR Oakleaf, CM Kennedy, S Baruch-Mordo, PC West, JS Gerber, L Jarvis, ...
PloS one 10 (10), e0138334, 2015
452015
Use of patch selection models as a decision support tool to evaluate mitigation strategies of human–wildlife conflict
S Baruch-Mordo, CT Webb, SW Breck, KR Wilson
Biological Conservation 160, 263-271, 2013
362013
Immobilization of black bears (Ursus americanus) with a combination of butorphanol, azaperone, and medetomidine
LL Wolfe, CT Goshorn, S Baruch-Mordo
Journal of wildlife diseases 44 (3), 748-752, 2008
342008
Reducing cultivation risk for at-risk species: predicting outcomes of conservation easements for sage-grouse
JT Smith, JS Evans, BH Martin, S Baruch-Mordo, JM Kiesecker, ...
Biological Conservation 201, 10-19, 2016
332016
Water stress from high-volume hydraulic fracturing potentially threatens aquatic biodiversity and ecosystem services in Arkansas, United States
S Entrekin, A Trainor, J Saiers, L Patterson, K Maloney, J Fargione, ...
Environmental science & technology 52 (4), 2349-2358, 2018
252018
Mapping global development potential for renewable energy, fossil fuels, mining and agriculture sectors
JR Oakleaf, CM Kennedy, S Baruch-Mordo, JS Gerber, PC West, ...
Scientific data 6 (1), 1-17, 2019
232019
From Paris to practice: Sustainable implementation of renewable energy goals
S Baruch-Mordo, J Kiesecker, CM Kennedy, JR Oakleaf, JJ Opperman
Environmental Research Letters, 2019
222019
Trans fatty acids provide evidence of anthropogenic feeding by black bears
GW Thiemann, RS Stahl, S Baruch-Mordo, SW Breck
Human-Wildlife Conflicts 2 (2), 183-193, 2008
222008
Is diversionary feeding an effective tool for reducing human–bear conflicts? Case studies from North America and Europe
DL Garshelis, S Baruch-Mordo, A Bryant, KA Gunther, K Jerina
Ursus 28 (1), 31-55, 2017
212017
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