Cameron L Aldridge
Cameron L Aldridge
Associate Professor, Ecosystem Science and Sustainability, Colorado State University
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Application of random effects to the study of resource selection by animals
CS Gillies, M Hebblewhite, SE Nielsen, MA Krawchuk, CL Aldridge, ...
Journal of Animal Ecology 75 (4), 887-898, 2006
Distribution of sage-grouse in North America
MA Schroeder, CL Aldridge, AD Apa, JR Bohne, CE Braun, SD Bunnell, ...
The Condor 106 (2), 363-376, 2004
Linking occurrence and fitness to persistence: habitat‐based approach for endangered greater sage‐grouse
CL Aldridge, MS Boyce
Ecological Applications 17 (2), 508-526, 2007
Range‐wide patterns of greater sage‐grouse persistence
CL Aldridge, SE Nielsen, HL Beyer, MS Boyce, JW Connelly, ST Knick, ...
Diversity and distributions 14 (6), 983-994, 2008
West Nile virus: pending crisis for greater sage‐grouse
DE Naugle, CL Aldridge, BL Walker, TE Cornish, BJ Moynahan, ...
Ecology Letters 7 (8), 704-713, 2004
Oil and gas development in western North America: effects on sagebrush steppe avifauna with particular emphasis on sage-grouse
CE Braun, OO Oedekoven, CL Aldridge
Transactions of the North American Wildlife and Natural Resources Conference …, 2002
Sage-grouse nesting and brood habitat use in southern Canada
CL Aldridge, RM Brigham
The Journal of wildlife management, 433-444, 2002
Sage‐grouse habitat selection during winter in Alberta
J Carpenter, C Aldridge, MS Boyce
The Journal of Wildlife Management 74 (8), 1806-1814, 2010
Multi-scale remote sensing sagebrush characterization with regression trees over Wyoming, USA: laying a foundation for monitoring
CG Homer, CL Aldridge, DK Meyer, SJ Schell
International Journal of Applied Earth Observation and Geoinformation 14 (1 …, 2012
Nesting and reproductive activities of Greater Sage-Grouse in a declining northern fringe population
CL Aldridge, RM Brigham
The Condor 103 (3), 537-543, 2001
A comparison of sample types varying in invasiveness for use in DNA sex determination in an endangered population of greater Sage-Grouse (Centrocercus uropihasianus)
KL Bush, MD Vinsky, CL Aldridge, CA Paszkowski
Conservation Genetics 6 (5), 867-870, 2005
Interseasonal movements of greater sage‐grouse, migratory behavior, and an assessment of the core regions concept in Wyoming
BC Fedy, CL Aldridge, KE Doherty, M O'Donnell, JL Beck, B Bedrosian, ...
The Journal of Wildlife Management 76 (5), 1062-1071, 2012
Habitat prioritization across large landscapes, multiple seasons, and novel areas: An example using greater sage‐grouse in Wyoming
BC Fedy, KE Doherty, CL Aldridge, M O'Donnell, JL Beck, B Bedrosian, ...
Wildlife Monographs 190 (1), 1-39, 2014
Crucial nesting habitat for gunnison sage‐grouse: A spatially explicit hierarchical approach
CL Aldridge, DJ Saher, TM Childers, KE Stahlnecker, ZH Bowen
The Journal of Wildlife Management 76 (2), 391-406, 2012
Distribution, abundance, and status of the Greater Sage-Grouse, Centrocercus urophasianus, in Canada
CL Aldridge, RM Brigham
Canadian Field-Naturalist 117 (1), 25-34, 2003
Accounting for fitness: combining survival and selection when assessing wildlife-habitat relationships
CL Aldridge, MS Boyce
Israel journal of ecology and evolution 54 (3-4), 389-419, 2008
Adaptive management of prairie grouse: how do we get there?
CL Aldridge, MS Boyce, RK Baydack
Wildlife society bulletin 32 (1), 92-103, 2004
Identifying habitats for persistence of greater sage-grouse (Centrocercus urophasianus) in Alberta, Canada
CL Aldridge
University of Alberta, 2005
The importance of within‐year repeated counts and the influence of scale on long‐term monitoring of sage‐grouse
BC Fedy, CL Aldridge
The Journal of Wildlife Management 75 (5), 1022-1033, 2011
Population structure and genetic diversity of greater sage-grouse (Centrocercus urophasianus) in fragmented landscapes at the northern edge of their range
KL Bush, CK Dyte, BJ Moynahan, CL Aldridge, HS Sauls, AM Battazzo, ...
Conservation Genetics 12 (2), 527-542, 2011
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