Mask, T.A., K.A. Schoenecker, A.J. Kane, J.I.Ransom, and J. Bruemmer. 2015. Serum antibody immunoreactivity to equine zona protein after SpayVac vaccination. Theriogenology 84:261-267.

Zeigenfuss, L.C., K.A.Schoenecker, J.I. Ransom, D.A. Ignizio, and T. Mask. 2015. Influence of nonnative and native ungulate biomass and seasonal precipitation on vegetation production in a Great Basin ecosystem. Western North American Naturalist 74:286-298

Ransom, J.I., Powers, J.G., Garbe, H.M., Oehler Sr., M.W., Nett, T.M.,and ​D.L. Baker. 2014. Behavior of feral horses in response to culling and GnRH immunocontraception. Applied Animal Behaviour Science 157:81-92.

Ransom, J.I., Powers, J.G., Hobbs, N.T., and D.L. Baker. 2014. Ecological feedbacks can reduce population-level efficacy of wildlife
​fertility control
. Journal of Applied Ecology 51: 259-269.

Ransom, J.I., Hobbs, N.T., and J. Bruemmer. 2013. Contraception can ​lead to trophic asynchrony between birth pulse and resources. ​PLoS ONE 8:e54972.


​Ransom, J.I., Kaczensky, P., Lubow, B.L., Ganbaatar, O., and N. Altansukh. 2012. A collaborative approach for estimating terrestrial wildlife abundance. ​Biological Conservation 153:219–226.


​Ransom, J.I. 2012. Detection probability in aerial surveys of feral horses. ​Journal of Wildlife Management 76:299–307.


Ransom, J.I., Roelle, J.E., and B.C. Cade. 2011. Foaling rates in feral horses treated with an immunocontraceptive. Wildlife Society Bulletin 35:343–352.


Ransom, J.I., 2011. Customizing a rangefinder for community-based wildlife conservation initiatives. Biodiversity and Conservation 20:1603–1609.


​Roelle, J.E., Singer, F.J., Zeigenfuss, L.C, Ransom, J.I., Coates-Markle, L., and K.A. Schoenecker. 2010. Demography of the Pryor Mountain Wild Horses 1993–2007.  USGS Scientific Investigations Report 2010–5125.


​Ransom, J.I., Cade, B.C., and N.T. Hobbs. 2010. Influences of immunocontraception on time budgets, social behavior, and body condition in female feral horses. Applied Animal Behaviour Science. 124: 51–60.


​Lubow, B.C. and J.I. Ransom. 2009. Validating aerial photographic mark-resight for naturally marked feral horses. Journal of Wildlife Management 73 (8): 1420–1429.


​Ransom, J.I. and B.C. Cade. 2009. Quantifying equid behavior: a research ethogram for free-roaming feral horses.  USGS Techniques and Methods 2-A9


Roelle, James E., and J.I. Ransom. 2009. Injection-site reactions in wild horses receiving an immunocontraceptive vaccine.  USGS Scientific Investigations Report 2009–5038.


JASON RANSOM


Ray, C., Saracco, J.F., Holmgren, M.L., Wilkerson, R.L., Siegel, R., Jenkins, K.J., Ransom, J.I., Happe, P.J., Boetsch, J.R., and M.H. Huff.2017. Recent stability of resident and migratory landbird populations in National Parks of the Pacific Northwest. Ecosphere 8:e01902.


Ray, C., Saracco, J.F., Jenkins, K.J., Huff, M.H., Happe, P.J., and J.I. Ransom. 2017. Development of a Robust Analytical Framework for Assessing Landbird Population Trends, Dynamics and Relationships with Environmental Covariates in the North Coast and Cascades Network. National Park Service Natural Resource Report NPS/NCCN/NRR—2017/1483


Davis, B.P, Engle, T.E., Ransom, J.I., and T. Grandin. 2016. Preliminary Evaluation on the Effectiveness of Varying Doses of Supplemental Tryptophan as a Calmative in Horses. Applied Animal Behaviour Science 188: 34-41.

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