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Anderson M, Bougeron P, Bryer MT, Crawford R, Engelking L, Faber-Langendoen D, Gallyoun M, Goodin K, Grossman DH, Landaal S et al.. 1998. International classification of ecological communities: terrestrial vegetation of the United States. Volume II. The National Vegetation Classification System: list of types.
Anderson R. 1994. Unpublished bibliography of bat publications associated with Townsend's big-eared bat.
Anderson RC, Shafer DS. 1991. Holocene biogeography of spruce-fir forests in southeastern Arizona - implications for the endangered Mt. Graham red squirrel. Madrono. 38(4):287-295.
Anderson E, Davis M. 2003. Columbian sharp-tailed grouse lek Survey: Fremont, Teton, and Madison counties, Idaho.
Anderson EW. 1966. Society Business: natural areas. Journal of Range Management. 19:239-242.
Anderson R. 1998. A preliminary assessment of bats along Snake River, Hells Canyon National Recreation Area. Hells Canyon Complex, FERC No. 1971. Available from http://www.idahopower.com/pdfs/Relicensing/hellscanyon/hellspdfs/techappendices/Wildlife/e32_27.pdf
Anderson JE, Inouye R. 1988. Long-term dynamics of vegetation in a sagebrush steppe of southeastern Idaho.
Anderson RC. 1989. BLM surface-management maps on which Dr. Robert Anderson, Idaho State University, encircled locations of dune systems where he found Cicindela arenicola.
Anderson L. 1978. New taxa in Chrysothamnus, section Nauseosi (Asteraceae). Phytologia. 38(4):309-320.
Anderson E. 1936. The species problem in Iris. Annals of the Missouri Botanical Garden. 23:457-469.
Anderson CR, Lindzey FG, McDonald DB. 2004. Genetic structure of cougar populations across the Wyoming Basin: metapopulation or megapopulation. Journal of Mammalogy. 85:1207-1214.
Anderson RC, Shumar ML. 1989. Guidelines for revegetation of disturbed sites at the Idaho National Engineering Laboratory.
Anderson RA. 1971. Variability in Wisconsin in Trientalis borealis Raf. Transactions of the Wisconsin Academy of Science Arts and Letters. 59:121-125.
Anderson M. 1997. Idaho's vanishing wild lands: a status report on roadless areas in Idaho's national forests.
Anderson LE, Crum HA, Buck WR. 1990. List of the mosses of North America north of Mexico. Bryologist. 93(4):448-499.
Anderson RC, Henderson DM. 1978. A survey of rare plants: Little Lost-Birch Creek planning unit.
Anderson J. 1997. Long-term vegetation dynamics at the Idaho National Engineering and Environmental Laboratory.
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Andreasen AM, Seidler RG, Roberts S, Miyasaki H, Zager P, Hurley M, Bergen S, Meints D, Atwood P, Berger J et al.. 2014. US 20, Island Park wildlife collision study: an examination of road ecology in the Island Park Caldera, elk and moose migrations across US Highway 20. Final Report. Available from http://www.wcsnorthamerica.org/AboutUs/Publications/tabid/3437/Default
Andres BA, Smith PA, Morrison RIGuy, Gratto-Trevor CL, Brown SC, Friis CA. 2012. Population estimates of North American shorebirds, 2012. Wader Study Group Bulletin. 119(3):178-194. Available from http://www.shorebirdplan.org/wp-content/uploads/2013/03/ShorePopulationAndresEtAl2012.pdf, http://www.waderstudygroup.org/pubs/wsgbull/v119i3/119_178a.pdf