NRCC affiliates have a rich history of publications, from in-house to academic white papers and books. Additionally, NRCC's newsletters have been published on an annual to bi-annual basis since the inception of the organization in 1987. We are slowly digitizing our collection and will be adding to this page. Articles are organized by topic. If you are looking for a specific article or topic that is not yet listed here, please feel free to contact us at nrcc (at) nrccooperative.org.
Articles, White Papers, Collections
Clark, T. 1985. Wyoming grizzly bears: 150 years of journal, oral history, and newspaper accounts. Presented at the Grizzly Bear Conference, Murie Audobon Society, Casper, WY. 18 pp. (.pdf)
Clark, T.W. and D. Casey. 1993. Tales of the Grizzly. Homestead Publishing: Moose, WY. 194 pp.
Clark, D., D. Lee, M. Freeman, and S.G. Clark. 2008. Polar bear conservation in Canada: defining the policy problems. Arctic 61: 347-360.
Clark, Susan and S. Wilson. 2007. Resolving human-grizzly bear conflicts: An integrated approach in the common interest. Pp. 137-163 in Hanna, S. and D.S. Slocombe, eds., Fostering Integraton: Conceptual Practice in Resource and Environmental Management. Oxford University Press, New York.
Cromley, C. 2000. The killing of grizzly bear 209: identifying norms for grizzly bear managment. In: Foundations of Natural Resource Policy & Management. Ed. T. Clark, A. Willard, & C. Cromley. Yale University Press: New Haven, CT. Pp. 173-219. (.pdf)
Primm, S. 1996. A pragmatic approach to grizzly bear conservation. Conservation Biology. 10(4): 1026-1035. (.pdf)
Richie, L., J.D. Oppenheimer & S.G. Clark. 2012. Social process in grizzly bear management: lessons for collaborative governance and natural resource policy. Policy Sciences 45:265-291. Authors' manuscript. September 1, 2012. This manuscript was published in Policy Sciences in 2012. The original publication is available at www.springerlink.com. Here is the direct link to the original publication.
Rutherford, M.B., M.L. Gibeau, S.G. Clark, and E.C. Chamberlain. 2009. Interdisciplinary problem solving workshops for grizzly bear conservation in Banff National Park, Canada. Policy Sciences 42:163–187. Authors' manuscript, July 30, 2008. This manuscript was published in Policy Sciences in 2009. The original publication is available at www.springerlink.com. Here is the direct link to the original publication.
Clark, T. 1985. Black-footed ferret recovery: Just a matter of time? Endangered Species Technical Bulletin Report. 2(8): 1-4. (.pdf)
Clark, T. 1986. Black-footed ferrets on the edge. Endangered Species Technical Bulletin Report. 3(7):1-4. (.pdf)
Clark, T. 1987. Black-footed ferret recovery: A progress report. Conservation Biology. 1(1): 8-11. (.pdf)
Clark, T. 1987. Restoring balance between the endangered black-footed ferret (Mustela nigripes) and human use of the Great Plains and Intermountain West. Journal of the Washington Academy of Sciences. 77(4): 168-173. (.pdf)
Clark, T. & R. Westrum. 1987. Paradigms and ferrets. Social Studies of Science. 17(1): 3-33. (.pdf)
Reading, R. and S. Kellert. 1993. Attitudes toward a reintroduction of black-footed ferrets (Mustela nigripes). Conservation Biology. 7(3): 569-580. (.pdf)
Reading, R., T.W. Clark, A. Vargas, L.R. Hanebury, B.J. Miller, and D.Biggins. 1996. Endangered Species Update. 13(10-11): 1-6. (.pdf)
Clark, T., A.P. Curlee, & R. Reading. 1996. Crafting effective solutions to the large carnivore conservation problem. Conservation Biology. 10(4): 940-948. (.pdf)
Clark, T. W., P. Paquet, and A.P. Curlee. 1996. Conservation of large carnivores in the Rocky Mountains of North America. Special Issue, Conservation Biology 10(4): 936-1058. 122 pp.
Clark, T. W., A.P. Curlee, S.C. Minta, and P. Kareiva, eds. 1999. Carnivores in Ecosystems: The Yellowstone Experience. Yale University Press: New Haven, CT. 429 pp.
Clark, T.W., D.J. Mattson, R.P. Reading, & B.J. Miller. 2001. Interdisciplinary problem solving in carnivore conservation: an introduction. pp. 223-240 in J. Gittleman, et al., eds. Carnivore Conservation. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, UK. (.pdf)
Clark, T. W., M. Rutherford, and D. Casey, eds. 2005. Coexisting with Large Carnivores: Lessons from Wyoming. Island Press: Washington, D.C. 289 pp.
Cromley, C. 1997. Preliminary assessment of attitudes and knowledge of Jackson Hole residents towards grizzly bears and wolves in Teton County. A report written for cooperating agencies: Grand Teton National Park, National Elk Refuge, Northern Rockies Conservation Cooperative, and Yale University. (.pdf)
Curlee, A. Peyton, T.W. Clark, D. Casey, and R.Reading. 1994. Large Carnivore Conservation: Back to the Future. Endangered Species Update. 11(3-4): 1-4. (.pdf)
Primm, S. and T.W. Clark. 1996. Making sense of the policy process for carnivore conservation. Conservation Biology. 10(4): 1036-1045. (.pdf)
Rosen, T. Hussain S., Mohammad G., Jackson R., Janecka J., and Michel S. 2012. Reconciling Sustainable Development of Mountain Communities With Large Carnivore Conservation. Mountain Research and Development, 32(3):286-293. (.pdf)
Clark, Susan G., Aaron Hohl, Catherine Picard, & Darcy Newsome, editors. 2010. Large Scale Conservation: Integrating Science, Management, and Policy in the Common Interest. Yale School of Forestry & Environmental Studies Publication Series. (.pdf)
Clark, T.W. and J.H. Seebeck, eds. 1990. Management and Conservation of Small Populations: Proceedings of a Conference. Sept. 26-27, 1989. Melbourne. Chicago Zoological Society: Brookfield, IL. 295 pp.
Clark, T. 1993. Creating and using knowledge for species and ecosystem conservation: science, organizations, and policy. Perspectives in Biology & Medicine. 36(3): 497-525. (.pdf)
Kleiman, Devra, R. Reading, B. Miller, T. Clark, J. M. Scott, J. Robinson, R. Wallace, R. Cabin, & F. Felleman. 2000. Improving the evaluation of conservation programs. Conservation Biology. 14(2): 356-365. (.pdf)
Mangel, M. et al. 1996. Principles for the conservation of wild living resources. Ecological Applications. 6(2): 338-362. (.pdf)
Rosen, T. July, 2012. Analyzing Gaps and Options for Enhancing Argali Conservation in Central Asia within the Context of the Convention on the Conservation of Migratory Species of Wild Animals. Report prepared for The Convention on the Conservation of Migratory Species of Wild Animals (CMS), Bonn, Germany and the GIZ Regional Program on Sustainable Use of Natural Resources in Central Asia. (.pdf)
Clark, T., R. Reading, & G. Backhouse. 1995. Prototyping for successful conservation: the eastern-barred bandicoot program. Endangered Species Update. 12(10-11): 5-10. (.pdf)
Reading, R., T.W. Clark, J.H. Seebeck, and J. Pearce. 1996. Habitat suitability index model for the eastern barred bandicoot, Perameles gunnii. Wildlife Resources. 23: 221-235. (.pdf)
Brunner, Ronald, & T. Clark. 1997. A Practice-Based Approach to Ecosystem Management. Conservation Biology. 11 (1): 48-58. (.pdf)
Burroughs, Richard H., & T. Clark. 1995. Ecosystem Management: A Comparison of Greater Yellowstone and Georges Bank. Environmental Management. 19 (5): 649-663. (.pdf)
Clark, T. W. & D. Zaunbrecher. 1987. The Greater Yellowstone ecosystem: the ecosystem concept in natural resource policy & management. Renewable Resources Journal. Summer: 8-16. (.pdf)
Clark, T. 1986. Case studies in wildlife policy education. Renewable Resources Journal. Autumn: 11-16. (.pdf)
Clark, T. 2001. Developing policy-oriented curricula for conservation biology: professional and leadership education in the public interest. Conservation Biology. 15(1):31-39. (.pdf)
Backhouse, Gary N., & T. Clark. 1995. Endangered Species Conservation in Australia: A Partial Review & Recommendations. Endangered Species Update. 12(9): 1-4. (.pdf)
Clark, T. 1985. Organizing for Endangered Species Recovery. Presented at: Wildlife Management Directions in the NW through 1990. NW Section Meeting, The Wildlife Society. Missoula, Montana. April 2-5, 1985. 22 pp. (.pdf)
Clark, T. 1986. Learning as a strategy for improving endangered species conservation. Endangered Species Technical Bulletin Report. 13(1-2): 5 pp. (.pdf)
Clark, T. W., Ann Harvey. 1989. Rare, Sensitive, and Threatened Species of the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem. Northern Rockies Conservation Cooperative. Montana Natural Heritage Program, The Nature Conservancy - Idaho, Montana, and Wyoming Field Offices, & Mountain West Environmental Services. 153 pp. (.pdf)
Clark, T. 1991. Organization and Management of Endangered Species Programs. Endangered Species Update. 8(8): 1-4. (.pdf)
Clark, T.W. 1997. Averting Extinction: Reconstructing Endangered Species Recovery. Yale University Press: New Haven, CT. 270 pp. 2nd edition published in 2006.
Clark, T. & R. Brunner. 1996. Making partnerships work in endangered species conservation: an introduction to the decision process. Endangered Species Update. 13(9): 1-5. (.pdf)
Clark, T.W. & R. Wallace. 1999. The professional in endangered species conservation: an introduction to standpoint clarification. Endangered Species Update. 16(1): 9-13. (.pdf)
Clark, T.W., R. Reading, & R. Wallace. 1999. Research in endangered species conservation: an introduction to multiple methods. Endangered Species Update. 16(5):96-102. (.pdf)
Reading, R., T.W. Clark. and B. Griffith. 1997. The influence of valuational and organizational considerations on the success of rare species translocations. Biological Conservation. 79: 217-225. (.pdf)
Reading, R., T.W. Clark, and S. Kellert. 1991. Towards an endangered species reintroduction paradigm. Endangered Species Update. 8(11): 1-4. (.pdf)
Wallace, R. and T.W. Clark. 1999. Solving problems in endangered species conservation: an introduction to problem orientation. Endagered Species Update. 16(2):28-34. (.pdf)
Lichtman, P. 1998. The politics of wildlife. Journal of Forestry. May 1998: 4-9. (.pdf)
Clark, T.W. 1989. Rare, Sensitive, and Threatened Species of the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem. Northern Rockies Conservation Cooperative, Montana Natural Heritage Program, The Nature Conservancy, and Mountain West Environmental Services. Box 2705, Jackson, WY. 232 pp.
Clark, T.W. and S.C. Minta. 1994. Greater Yellowstone's Future: Prospects for Ecosystem Science, Management, and Policy. Homestead Publishing: Moose, WY. 165 pp.
Clark, T. W., A.H. Harvey, M.B. Rutherford, B. Suttle, S. Primm, and A.P. Curlee. 1999. Annotated Bibliography on Management of the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem. Northern Rockies Conservation Cooperative, Box 2705, Jackson, WY. 92 pp.
Clark, S.G. 2008. Ensuring Greater Yellowstone's Future: Choices for Leaders and Citizens. Yale University Press: New Haven, CT. 360 pp.
Lichtman, P. and T.W. Clark. 1994. Rethinking the "vision" exercise in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem. Society and Natural Resources. 7: 459-478. (.pdf)
Clark, T.W., N. Mazur, et al. 2000. Koala conservation policy process: appraisal and recommendations. Conservation Biology.14(3):681-690. (.pdf)
Cherney, D. 2011. Securing the free movement of wildlife: lessons from the American West's longest land mammal migration. Environmental Law. 41:599-617. (.pdf)
Laundré, J., T.W. Clark, and D. Streubel. 1987. Behavior, ecology, and conservation of mountain lions in fragmented habitat. Paper No. 11. Northern Rockies Conservation Cooperative, Jackson, WY. 12 pp. (.pdf)
Mattson, D.J., and S. G. Clark. 2010. People, politics, and cougar management. Pp. 206-220 in M. Hornocker and S. Negri, editors. Cougar: Ecology and Conservation. University of Chicago Press, Chicago, IL.
Mule Deer and Development: Making Science Relevant to Policy (2009) This publication was produced in-house.
National Elk Refuge
Clark, T., D. Casey, & A. Halverson. Developing Sustainable Management Policy for the National Elk Refuge, WY. Bulletin Series of the Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies, No. 104. All articles may be downloaded from the Yale School of Forestry publications page here.
Patla, Susan M. 2005. Monitoring results of the northern goshawk nesting areas in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem: is decline in occupancy related to habitat change? Journal of Raptor Research. 39(3):324-334. (.pdf)
Clark, T. Renewable Resources Journal. Professional excellence in wildlife and natural resources organizations. pp. 8-13. (.pdf)
Clark, T. & S. Kellert. 1988. Towards a Policy Paradigm of the Wildlife Sciences. Renewable Resources Journal. Winter 1988: 7-16. (.pdf)
Clark, T. 1992. Practicing natural resource management with a policy orientation. Environmental Management. 16(4): 423-433. (.pdf)
Clark, T., P. Schuyler, T. Donnay, P. Curlee, T. Sullivan, M. Cymerys, L. Sheeline, R. Reading, R. Wallace, T. Kennedy Jr., A. Marcel-Batlle, & Y. De Fretes. 1992. Conserving Biodiversity in the Real World: Professional Practice Using a Policy Orientation. Endangered Species Update. 9(5-6): 5-8. (.pdf)
Primm, S. & T. Clark. The Greater Yellowstone Policy Debate: What is the Policy Problem? This publication was produced with support from NRCC, University of Colorado Center for Public Policy Research, and the Yale School of Forestry & Environmental Studies. (.pdf - 28 MB)
Miller, B., G. Ceballos, and R. Reading. 1994. The prairie dog and biotic diversity. Conservation Biology. 8(3): 677-681. (.pdf)
Reading, R., L.A. McCain, T.W. Clark, and B.J. Miller. 2003. Understanding the controversy surrounding black-tailed prairie dog restoration efforts. Pp. 166-189 in Facets of Grassland Conservation, A. Struchkov and J. Kuleshova, eds. (.pdf)
Clark, T. 1999. Interdisciplinary problemsolving: next steps in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem. Policy Sciences. 32: 393-414. (.pdf)
Clark, T. 1988. The world outside and the pictures in our heads: some thoughts on identity and images of wildlife professionals. Renewable Resources Journal. Summer. pp. A-D. (.pdf)
Clark, T. & R. Westrum. 1989. High performance teams in wildlife conservation: a species reintroduction and recovery example. Environmental Management. 13(6): 663-670. (.pdf)
Wilkinson, K.M., S.G. Clark, and W.R. Burch. 2007. Other Voices, Other Ways, Better Practices: Bridging Local and Professional Environmental Knowledge. Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies, Report No. 14. 57 pp. (.pdf)
Barmore, William J. 1987. The distribution and abundance of ungulates in the Northern Yellowstone ecosystem in pristine times and today. Presented at Greater Yellowstone Coalition's Scientific Conference on the Northern Yellowstone: Issues and Alternatives for Ecosystem Management. Lake Hotel, Yellowstone National Park. 13 pages. (.pdf)
Clark, T. G. Backhouse, & R. Lacy. 1990. The population viability assessment workshop: a tool for threatened species management. Endangered Species Update. 8(2): 1-5. (.pdf)
Lindenmayer, D., T. Clark, & R. Lacy. 1993. Population viability analysis as a tool in wildlife conservation policy: with reference to Australia. Environmental Management. 17(6): 745-758. (.pdf)
Clark, T.W. 1999. The Natural World of Jackson Hole, Wyoming: An Ecological Primer. 2nd. ed. Grand Teton Natural History Association: Moose, WY. 84 pp.
Clark, T.W. and R.D. Dorn, eds. 1981. Rare and Endangered Vascular Plants and Vertebrates of Wyoming. Committee on Rare and Endangered Species of Wyoming, Box 2705, Jackson, WY. 2nd ed.
Casey, D.E. and T.W. Clark. 1996. Tales of the Wolf. Homestead Publishing: Moose, WY. 294 pp.
Gillesberg, Anne-Marie, & T. Clark. 2000. Lessons from Wolf Restoration in Greater Yellowstone. Chapter from Wolves & Human Communities: Biology, Policy, & Ethics. Ed. by V. Sharpe et al. (.pdf)