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136. Rogers, L. L., Mansfield, S. A., Hornby, K., Hornby, S., Debruyn, T. D., Mize, M., Clark, R., Burghardt, G. M. (2014), Black Bear Reactions to Venomous and Non-venomous Snakes in Eastern North America. Ethology, 120: 641–651. doi: 10.1111/eth.12236

135. Rogers, L. L. and S. A. Mansfield. 2013. Contrasts in the languages of wolves and black bears. 2013 International Wolf Symposium. Duluth, Minnesota. October 10-13, 2013. (Abstract)

134. Rogers, L. L. and S. A. Mansfield. 2013. Relations between wolves and black bears. 2013 International Wolf Symposium. Duluth, Minnesota. October 10-13, 2013. (Abstract)

133. Rogers, L. L. and S. A. Mansfield. 2013. Black bear behavior in seven dens in northeastern Minnesota, 2010–2013. Twenty-second International Conference on Bear Research and Management. Provo, Utah. September 15-20, 2013. (Abstract)

132. Dykstra, J.A., L. L. Rogers, S. A. Mansfield, and A. Wünschmann. 2012. Fatal disseminated blastomycosis in a free-ranging American black bear (Ursus americanus). Journal of Veterinary Diagnostic Investigation. 24(6) 1125–1128. 

131. Rogers, L. L. 2011. Case study: Black bears in Minnesota. [invited talk]. Summary, pp 31-32 In Polar Bear Diversionary Feeding Workshop Report. Karla Dutton, Susanne Miller, and Terry DeBruyn, editors. Anchorage, Alaska. June 8-9, 2011.

130. Rogers, L. L. and S. A. Mansfield. 2011. Can food lead black bears out of trouble? [invited talk]. 20th International Conference on Bear Research & Management, Ottawa, Ontario. July 17-23, 2011.

129. Rogers, L. L. and S. A. Mansfield. 2011. Behavior of supplementally-fed black bears in Eagles Nest Township, Minnesota. [Poster]. 20th International Conference on Bear Research & Management, Ottawa, Ontario. July 17-23, 2011. 

128. Rogers, L. L. 2011. Does diversionary feeding create nuisance bears and jeopardize public safety? Human-Wildlife Interactions. 5(2): 287-295.

127. Rogers, L. L. and S. Mansfield. 2011. Misconceptions about black bears: a response to Geist (2011). Human-Wildlife Interactions. 5(2): 173–176.

126. Rogers, L. L. 2010. Does diversionary feeding create nuisance bears and jeopardize public safety? Pages 72-82 in C. Lackey and T. A. Beausoleil, editors, Western Black Bear Workshop 10:72-82. 

125. Rogers, L. L. 2008. Understanding Black Bears. The Leader. 38(8): 4-6.

124. Peters, G., Owen, M. & Rogers, L. 2007. Humming in bears: a peculiar sustained mammalian vocalization. Acta Theriologica 52: 379-389.

123. Mansfield, S. A. 2007. Effects of supplemental food on weights and reproductive success of black bears in northeastern Minnesota. Unpublished master’s thesis. Antioch University New England, Keene, New Hampshire. 49pp. plus Appendix.

122. Fair, J., and L. Rogers. 2006. Bears for kids, 2nd edition. Wildlife Research Institute. Ely, Minnesota. 48 pages. 

121. Rogers, L. L. 2005. Weight-carrying ability and caching behavior of Gray Jays, Perisoreus canadensis: Adaptations to boreal winter. The Canadian Field-Naturalist 119(1):101-104.

120. Mansfield, S. A., and L. L. Rogers. 2005. Behavior, wild diets, and weight gains of supplementally-fed black bears in northeastern Minnesota. [Poster]. 15th Eastern Black Bear Workshop, Tallahassee, FL. Apr 2005. 

119. Rogers, L. L. 2000. Bear family group. Fish & Game Finder, vol 23, no. 7, November 2000, pages 9-13. (Slightly edited version of a letter Rogers wrote to Ainslie Willock of the Animal Alliance of Canada on March 18, 1998) 

118. Rogers, L. L. 1999. Black bear. Pages 157-160 in Don E. Wilson and Sue Ruff, eds. The Smithsonian Book of North American Mammals. Smithsonian Institution Press. Washington, D.C.

117. Rogers, L. L. 1999. Bear center conducts hibernation study. North American Bear Center Newsletter 3(4):1-3.

116. Rogers, L. L. 1999. The summer of the bear attacks: What's behind the Wisconsin bears in the news? North American Bear Center Newsletter 3(3), Summer, 1999:1-2. Reprinted in Northland Reader 3(57), September 16, 1999: 14.

115. Rogers, Lynn. 1999. Black bear fun facts. Lake Country Journal 3(4)July/August 1999:cover, 8-9.

114. Rogers, L. L. 1999. Spring and the mating season. North American Bear Center Newsletter 3(2), Spring, 1999:1-2.

113. McRoberts, R. E., R. T. Brooks, and L. L. Rogers. 1998. Using nonlinear mixed effects models to estimate size-age relationships for black bears. Canadian J. Zool. 76:1098-1106.

112. Brooks, Robert T., Ronald McRoberts, and Lynn L. Rogers. 1998. Predictive relationships between age and size and front foot pad width of northeastern Minnesota black bears, Ursus americanus. Canadian Field-Naturalist 112(1):82-85.

111. Rogers, Lynn. 1997. The orphaned cubs: a true story. Pages 85-89 In: The end of the road reader (Karin Hokkanen and Anne Stewart, eds). Published by Northwoods Writers Guild, PO Box 749, Ely, MN 55731-0749. Printed by Echo Press, Alexandria, MN.

110. Rogers, L. L. 1997. Nectar-feeding by Cape May, Tennessee, and Nashville Warblers in Minnesota. The Loon 69(2):55-56.

109. Rogers, L. L. 1996. How dangerous are black bears? Can we coexist with them? Take Action 5(1):5. Reprinted in The North Bearing News (North American Bear Center Publication) 1(1):1-2. December 1996. Reprinted in The Botany Bulletin (North Carolina), December 2000. 

108. Rogers, L. L. 1995. The black and white of it: black bears and their white pines. Bears Magazine, Fall 1995:9-11, 44.

107. Rogers, L. L. 1995. White pine use by female black bears in northeastern Minnesota. In Abstracts of the Tenth International Conference on Bear Research and Management. Fairbanks, Alaska. July 16-20, 1995.

106. Rogers, L. L. 1994. The waning Minnesota white pine. Inner Voice 6(2):15 (March/April 1994). 

105. Rogers, L. L. 1993. Studying habituated black bears. Pages 210-211 In Ian Stirling, ed. Bears: majestic creatures of the wild. Rodale Press. Emmaus, Pennsylvania. 

104. Rogers, L. L. 1993. Bear navigation. Page 78 In Ian Stirling, ed. Bears: majestic creatures of the wild. Rodale Press. Emmaus, Pennsylvania.

103. Hellgren, E. C., L. L. Rogers, and U. S. Seal. 1993. Serum chemistry and hematology of black bears: physiological indices of habitat quality or seasonal patterns? J. Mamm. 74(2):304-315.

102. Rogers, L. L. 1993. The role of habitat quality in the natural regulation of black bear populations. Proc. 4th Western Black Bear Workshop: 95-102. Yosemite National Park, California. Technical Report NPS/NRWR/NRTR-93/12.

101. Rogers, L. L., and Edward L. Lindquist. 1992. Supercanopy white pine and wildlife. Pages 39-43 in Robert A. Stine and Melvin J. Baughman (eds.) White Pine Symposium Proceedings NR-BU-6044. Symposium held September 16-18, 1992, at the Duluth Entertainment Convention Center. Available from Minnesota Extension Service, Distribution Center, Room 3, Coffey Hall, 1420 Eckles Avenue, University of Minnesota, St Paul, MN 55108-6064 (612) 625-8173 or FAX (612) 625-2207. 

100. Rogers, L. L., P. A. Beringer, D. A. Trauba, and G. A. Wilker. 1992. Fawn predation by black bears in northeastern Minnesota. Ninth International Conference on Bear Research and Management. Missoula, Montana. February 24-28, 1992. (Abstract)

99. Baldridge, A., and L. L. Rogers. 1992. Harbor seal predation on a wolf-eel. California Fish and Game J. 77(4)Fall 1991:210-211.

98. Rogers, L. L. 1992. Watchable wildlife: the black bear. USDA, Forest Service, North Central Forest Experiment Station. 15p. 

97. Rogers, L. L., and R. McRoberts. 1992. Estimation of shrub leaf biomass available to white-tailed deer. Gen. Tech. Rep. NC-307. 16p. 

96. Yarmark, D., and L. L. Rogers. 1991. The three bears of Kawishiwi River: researcher learns lots about Minnesota black bears, GBF helps. Bear News vol 9(1)Spring 1991. Great Bear Foundation.

95. Rogers, L. L. 1991. Foster families found for deserted cubs. Pages 98-102 in John Henricksson (ed) North Writers: a strong woods collection. University of Minnesota Press. Minneapolis. 292 pp. (Reprinted from Minnesota Volunteer magazine, July-August 1989)

94. Johnson, L. B., G. E. Host, J. K. Jordan, and L. L. Rogers. 1991. Pages 507-517 in Use of GIS for landscape design in natural resource management: habitat assessment and management for the female black bear. Proc. GIS/LIS '91 Conf. Atlanta, Georgia. October 28-November 1, 1991.

93. Host, G. E., L. B. Johnson, J. Jordan, and L. L. Rogers. 1991. Geographic information systems for spatial analysis and landscape design in natural resource management. Page 34 in Abstracts of papers: Emerging issues in northern hardwood management: air pollution, climate change, and biodiversity. May 21-23, 1991. Mackinac Island, Michigan. (Abstract) 

92. DelGiudice, G. D., L. L. Rogers, A. W. Allen, and U. S. Seal. 1991. Weights and hematology of wild black bears during hibernation . J. Wildl. Dis. 27(4):637-642.

91. Rogers, L. L., G. A. Wilker, and S. S. Scott. 1991. Reactions of black bears to human menstrual odors. J. Wildl. Manage. 55(4):632-634. 

90. Rogers, L. L. 1991. Bears and other carnivores. Pages 184-193 in R. Robin Baker, ed. Fantastic journeys: the marvels of animal migration. Weldon Owen Publishing, Sidney, Australia. 

89. Rogers, L. L. 1991. Are white pines too valuable to cut? The Minnesota Volunteer: Department of Natural Resources. Sept-Oct. 1991:8-21.

88. Rogers, L. L., and E. L. Lindquist. 1991. Black bears and the oak resource in northeastern Minnesota. Pages 107-114 in S. B. Laursen and J. F. DeBoe (eds.), The oak resource in the upper midwest--implications for management. Minnesota Extension Serv. Publ. NR-BU-5663-S, Univ. Minnesota, St. Paul.

87. Rogers, L. L. 1991. The black bear in a changing environment. Page 7 in Views of a changing planet: a strategy for the 1990s. March 9, 1991. Harvard University. Cambridge, Massachusetts. (Abstract) 

86. Rogers, L. L. 1990. Preface. Pages 6-7 in Jeff Fair (author). The Great American Bear. NorthWord Press, Inc. Minocqua, Wisconsin. 192pp.

85. Rogers, L. L., P. S. Beringer, R. E. Kennedy, and G. A. Wilker. 1990. Fawn predation by black bears. Page 261 in Abstracts: 52nd Midwest Fish and Wildlife Conf. December 2-5, 1990. Minneapolis, Minnesota. 406 pp. (Abstract)

84. Rogers, L. L., and G. W. Wilker. 1990. How to obtain behavioral and ecological information from free-ranging, researcher-habituated black bears. Bear Res. and Manage. 8:321-328. 

83. Rogers, L. L. 1990. Bear fact: black bear not as harmful as it looks or acts. Outdoor News 23(31):8. August 3, 1990. 

82. Rogers, L. L. 1990. Black bears are known to roam--but their den is always home. Outdoor News 23(31):7. August 3, 1990. 

81. Rogers, L. L., G. A. Wilker, and S. S. Scott. 1990. Managing natural populations of black bears in wilderness. Pages 363-366 In D. W. Lime (ed). Managing America's enduring wilderness resource. University of Minnesota Press, Minneapolis. 706pp. 

80. Ream, R. R., L. L. Rogers, and J. M. Peek. 1990. Managing natural populations of wildlife in wilderness. Pages 357-362 In D. W. Lime (ed). Managing America's enduring wilderness resource. University of Minnesota Press, Minneapolis. 706pp. 

79. Ream, R. R., L. L. Rogers, and J. M. Peek. 1990. Managing natural populations of wildlife in wilderness. Pages 357-362 In D. W. Lime (ed). Managing America's enduring wilderness resource. University of Minnesota Press, Minneapolis. 706pp. 

78. Rogers, L. L., and G. A. Wilker. 1989. Habitat use, diet, activity patterns, and communication methods of wild, researcher-habituated black bears (abstract). Pages 111-112 in Abstracts of the 51st Midwest Fish and Wildlife Conf. December 3-6, 1989. Springfield, Illinois. 264 pp.

77. Rogers, L. L. 1989. A year in the life of a black bear in northern Minnesota. Page 1 In 1990 Minnesota Weatherguide Calendar. Publ. by Science Museum of Minnesota, Freshwater Foundation, and WCCO Weather Center. Mpls., Minn.

76. Rogers, L. L. 1989. Home, sweet-smelling home. Natural History 9/89:60-67, 96.

75. Rogers, L. L., G. A. Wilker, and S. S. Scott. 1989. What is important to black bears in the Lakes States? Proc. Aspen Symp. '89. July 25-27, 1989. Duluth, Minnesota. (Abstract)

74. Rogers, L. L., G. A. Wilker, and V. D. O'Connor. 1989. Continuous observation reveals habitat use, diet, activity patterns, and communication methods of black bears in northeastern Minnesota. Eighth International Conference on Bear Research and Management. Victoria, British Columbia, Canada. February 20-25, 1989. (Abstract)

73. Rogers, L. L. 1989. Foster families found for deserted cubs. The Minnesota Volunteer 52(305):26-31. Reprinted in: L. L. Rogers. 1991. Foster families found for deserted cubs. Pages 98-102 In John Henricksson (ed.) North Writers: A Strong Woods Collection. University of Minnesota Press, Minneapolis. 292p. 

72. Rogers, L. L. 1989. Black bears, people, and garbage dumps in Minnesota. Pages 48-51 In: M. Bromley and P. A. Gray, eds. Proc. Symp. Bear-people conflicts. Yellowknife, N.W.T. Canada. 

71. Rogers, L. L., and S. S. Scott. 1989. Bear diet and habitat in the Great Lakes Region, 1988 progress report. 15 pages. USDA, Forest Service, progress report to forest supervisors, Lakes States Forests, January 1, 1989.

70. Rogers, L. L., D. L. Garshelis, and John R. Chell. 1988. Hunt for the rogue bear. Minnesota Volunteer 51(299):57-62.

69. Rogers, L. L., and D. L. Garshelis. 1988. The BWCA bear attacks of 1987. Boundary Waters Journal 2(1):48-50, 56.

68. Rogers, L. L., G. A. Wilker, and A. W. Allen. 1988. Managing northern forests for black bears. Pages 140-146 In: Economic and social development: a role for forests and forestry professionals. Proc. of the Society of American Foresters National Convention. October 18-21, 1987. Minneapolis, Minnesota. Reprinted as L. L. Rogers, G. A. Wilker, and A. W. Allen. 1988. Managing northern forests for black bears. Pages 36-42 In: T. W. Hoekstra and J. Capp, Compilers. Integrating forest management for wildlife and fish. U.S. Forest Service General Technical Report NC-122. 

67. Maxwell, R., J. Thorkelson, L. L. Rogers, and R. B. Brander. 1988. The field energetics of winter-dormant black bear (Ursus americanus) in northeastern Minnesota. Can. J. Zool. 66:2095-2103.

66. Rogers, L. L. 1988. Homing tendencies of large mammals: a review. Pages 76-92 In: L. Nielsen and R. Brown, eds. Translocation of wild animals. Wisconsin Humane Society, Milwaukee. 335 pp.

65. Rogers, L. L. 1988. How to live with black bears. U.S. For. Serv., N. Central Forest Exp. Station. HT-66. Updated and renamed "How to camp in bear country" on 28-Sept-01. 

64. Rogers, L. L., and G. A. Wilker. 1987. Researcher-conditioned black bears provide detailed habitat use data (abstract). Pages 177-178 in Abstracts of the 49th Midwest Fish and Wildlife Conf. December 5-9, 1987. Milwaukee, Wisconsin. 282 pp. (Abstract)

63. Chepko-Sade, B. D., W. H. Shields, J. Berger, Z. T. Halpin, W. T. Jones, L. L. Rogers, J. Rood, and A. Smith. 1987. The effects of dispersal and social structure on effective population size. Pages 287-321 In: B. D. Chepko-Sade and Z. T. Halpin, eds. Mammalian dispersal patterns: the effects of social structure on population genetics. University of Chicago Press. 342 pp. (Peer reviewed)

62. Rogers, L. L. 1987. Factors influencing dispersal in black bears. Pages 75-84 In: B. D. Chepko-Sade and Z. T. Halpin, eds. Mammalian dispersal patterns: the effects of social structure on population genetics. University of Chicago Press. 342 pp. (Peer reviewed)

61. Rogers, L. L., and Arthur W. Allen. 1987. Habitat suitability index models: black bear, Upper Great Lakes Region. National Ecology Center, U.S. Fish Wildl. Service, Biol. Rep. 82(10.144). 54 pp. (Peer reviewed)

60. Rogers, L. L. 1987. Boundary waters bears. BWCA Wilderness News (Spring-Summer):10-11. 

59. Rogers, L. L. 1987. Spring beckons mother and cubs from birth den. Minnesota Volunteer 50(291):32-35.

58. Rogers, L. L. 1987. Habits of black bears: Bears and people in the Superior National Forest. Boundary Waters Journal 1(1):44-47.

57. Rogers, L. L., and S. C. Durst. 1987. Evidence that black bears reduce peripheral blood flow during hibernation. J. Mammal. 68(4):872-875.

56. Rogers, L. L. 1987. Portrait of a black bear. Encounters 10(2):10-13.

55. Rogers, L. L. 1987. Effects of food supply and kinship on social behavior, movements, and population dynamics of black bears in northeastern Minnesota. Wildlife Monograph 97. 72 pp.

54. Rogers, L. L., A. N. Moen, and M. L. Shedd. 1987. Rectal temperatures of 2 free-ranging white-tailed deer fawns. J. Wildl. Manage. 51(1):59-62.

53. Rogers, L. L. 1987. Seasonal changes in defecation rates of free-ranging white-tailed deer. J. Wildl. Manage.51(2):328-331.

52. Rogers, L. L. 1987. Navigation by adult black bears. J. Mammal. 68(1):185-188.

51. Rogers, L. L., and A. Taylor. 1986. Why black bears are masters of winter survival. (Woods Wise column published in Minnesota Out of Doors, Woodland Management, Minnesota Forests, National Woodlands, Illinois Wildlife, Pennsylvania Forests, Missouri Wildlife, Michigan Out of Doors, Hoosier Conservation, Forestry Forum, and Northbound Magazine)

50. Rogers, L. L. 1986. Habits of black bears in Minnesota. Minnesota Forests 1986 (Fall):8-9.

49. Ensrud, E. R., R. A. Nelson, G. Alt, T. Beck, G. Matula, and L. Rogers. 1986. Seasonal variation in the ratio of serum urea to creatinine (U/C) in black bears. The Physiologist 29(4):116 (Abstract).

48. Rogers, L. L. 1986. Homing by black bears in Minnesota. Canadian Field-Naturalist 100(3):350-353.

47. Rogers, L. L. 1986. Long-term survival of adopted black bear cubs in suboptimal habitat. Wildl. Soc. Bull. 14(1):81-83.

46. Rogers, L. L. 1986. Effects of translocation distance on frequency of returns by black bears. Wildl. Soc. Bull. 14(1):76-80.

45. Rogers, L. L. 1985. Aiding the wild survival of orphaned bear cubs. Wildlife Rehabilitation 4:104-111. 

44. Moen, A. N., and L. L. Rogers. 1985. Radiant surface temperatures and hair depths of a black bear, Ursus americanus. Canadian Field-Naturalist 99(1):47-50.

43. Rogers, L. L. 1984. Black bear homing panel summary. Proc. East. Workshop Black Bear Manage. Res. 7:78.

42. Rogers, L. L. 1984. Homing by black bears and other large mammals. Proc. East. Workshop Black Bear Manage. Res. 7:76-77. 

41. Rogers, L. L. 1984. Recent advances in studies of homing mechanisms. Proc. East. Workshop Black Bear Manage. Res.7:75-76.

40. Rogers, L. L. 1984. Reactions of free-ranging black bears to capsaicin spray repellent. Wildl. Soc. Bull. 12(1):59-61. 

39. Rogers, L. L. 1983. Effects of food supply, predation, cannibalism, parasites, and other health problems on black bear populations. pp. 194-211. In: F. Bunnell, D. S. Eastman, and J. M. Peek (eds.). Symposium in Natural Regulation of Wildlife Populations. Forest, Wildlife, and Range Experiment Station Proceedings 14. Univ. of Idaho, Moscow. 225 pp. (Peer reviewed) 

38. Rogers, L. L., and R. Applegate. 1983. Dispersal of fruit seeds by black bears. J. Mamm. 64(2):310-311. 

37. Wolfe, R. R., R. A. Nelson, M. H. Wolfe, and L. L. Rogers. 1982. Nitrogen cycling in hibernating bears. Proc. Amer. Soc. Mass Spectrometry 30:426. (Abstract)

36. Wolfe, R. R., R. A. Nelson, T. P. Stein, L. L. Rogers, and M. H. Wolfe. 1982. Urea nitrogen reutilization in hibernating bears. Federation Proceedings 41:1623. (Abstract) 

35. Rogers, L. L. 1982. Deer, wolf decline prompts intensive deer study in northeastern Minnesota. Restoration and Management Notes 1(2):22. (Abstract) 

34. Rogers, L. L. 1981. A bear in its lair. Natural History 90(10):64-70. Translated and reprinted as: L. L. Rogers. 1981. Die Gefahr Vershlafen (Sleeping through hard times). Weltwoche 9(52):34. Also translated and reprinted as: L. L. Rogers. 1984. Sieben monate auf der Barenhaut (Seven months of laziness). Das Tier 1/84:4-9. 

33. Rogers, L. L., J. J. Mooty, and D. K. Dawson. 1981. Foods of white-tailed deer in the Upper Great Lakes Region: A review. U.S. Dep. Agric., For. Serv., GTR NC-65. 24 pp. (Peer reviewed)

32. Hamer, D., S. Herrero, and L. L. Rogers. 1981. Differentiating black and grizzly bear feces. Wildl. Soc. Bull. 9(3):210-212.

31. Rogers, L. L. 1981. Walking with deer. pp. 29-34. In: W. H. Nesbitt and P. L. Wright (eds.). Records of North American Big Game. Boone and Crockett Club, Publisher. Alexandria, VA.

30. Ohmann, L. F., D. F. Grigal, and L. L. Rogers. 1981. Estimating plant biomass for undergrowth species of northeastern Minnesota. U.S. Dep. Agric., For. Serv., GTR NC-61. 10 pp. (Peer reviewed)

29. Rogers, L. L., and L. D. Mech. 1981. Interactions of wolves and black bears in northeastern Minnesota. J. Mamm. 62(2):434-436.

28. Buech, R. R., L. L. Rogers, and L. D. Mech. 1980. People and wildlife--bringing them together. Naturalist 31(4):12-20. 

27. Rogers, L. L., L. D. Mech, D. K. Dawson, M. Korb, and J. Peek. 1980. Deer distribution in relation to wolf pack territory edges. J. Wildl. Manage. 44(1):253-258.

26. Kramer, G., and L. L. Rogers. 1980. Bear-ly visible. National Geographic World Magazine No. 64 (December 1980):4-9. 

25. Folk, G. E., P. S. Cooper, L. L. Rogers, C. V. Gisolfi, and V. J. Morinello. 1980. Studies on hibernation-inducing factor. Report No. 22 from the Laboratory of Environmental Physiology, The University of Iowa, Iowa City, Iowa. 30 pp.

24. Barnes, D., and L. L. Rogers. 1980. Clostridial myonecrosis associated with drug administration. J. Wildl. Diseases 16(3):315-317.

23. Rogers, L. L. 1980. Inheritance of coat color and changes in pelage coloration in black bears in northeastern Minnesota. J. Mamm. 61(2):324-327. 

22. Rogers, L. L. 1980. The use of tame, free-ranging deer in studies of food habits. Abstracts of papers presented at the 42nd Midwest Fish and Wildlife Conference, St. Paul, Minnesota. Dec. 7-10, 1980. (Abstract)

21. Buech, R. R., L. L. Rogers, and L. D. Mech. 1980. People and wildlife--bringing them together. Naturalist 31(4):12-20. 

20. Rogers, L. L. 1979. Interpretation of cementum annuli in first premolars of bear. Proc. 4th Eastern Black Bear Workshop: 102-112.

19. Rogers, L. L. 1979. Shorter bear season needed to prevent overkill. The Minnesota Arrow 7(2):37-39. April 1979.

18. Applegate, R., L. L. Rogers, D. Casteel, and J. Novack. 1979. Germination of cow parsnip seeds from grizzly bear feces. J. Mamm. 60:655.

17. Rogers, Lynn Leroy. 1978. Social relationships, movements, and population dynamics of black bears in northeastern Minnesota. Dissertation Abstracts International, Volume XXXIX, Number 1, 1978. 2p 

16. Rogers, L. L. 1977. The ubiquitous American black bear. pp. 28-33. In: Wm. H. Nesbitt and S. S. Parker (eds.) North American Big Game. Boone and Crockett Club and National Rifle association of America. Washington, D.C. 367 pp. Reprinted in The Minnesota Arrow 6(5):28-32, October 1978.

15. Rogers, L. L. 1977. Fourth International Conference on Bear Research and Management, a review. Wildl. Soc. Bull. 5(4):196:197. 

14. Mech, L. D., and L. L. Rogers. 1977. Status, distribution, and movements of martens in northeastern Minnesota. USDA Forest Service Research Paper NC-143. 7 pp.

13. Rogers, L. L. 1976. Effects of mast and berry crop failures on survival, growth, and reproductive success of black bears in northeastern Minnesota. Trans. North Amer. Wildl. and Natural Resour. Conf. 41:431-438.

12. McMillin, J. M., U. S. Seal, L. L. Rogers, and A. W. Erickson. 1976. Annual testosterone rhythm in the black bear (Ursus americanus). Biology of Reproduction 15:163-167.

11. Rogers, L. L., D. W. Kuehn, A. W. Erickson, E. M. Harger, L. J. Verme, and J. J. Ozoga. 1976. Characteristics and management of black bears that feed in garbage dumps, campgrounds, or residential areas. Bear Research and Management 3:169-175. 

10. Rogers, L. L., C. M. Stowe, and A. W. Erickson, 1976. Succinylcholine chloride immobilization of black bear. Bear Research and Manage. 3:431-436. 

9. Rogers, L. L., and S. M. Rogers. 1976. Parasites of bears: a review. Bear Research and Manage. 3:411-430.

8. Rogers, L. L. 1975. The use of dental annuli as an index to reproductive success. p. 62 In: Abstracts of technical papers presented at the 55th annual meeting of the American Society of Mammalogists. Univ. Montana, Missoula. 121 pp. (Abstract)

7. Rogers, L. L. 1975. Black bears of the Lake Superior Region. North Land 3(1):1-6.

6. Rogers, L. L. 1975. Parasites of black bears (Ursus americanus Pallas) of the Lake Superior Region. J. Wildl. Diseases 11:189-192. 

5. Rogers, L. L. 1974. On the trail of a big black bear. National Rifle Assoc. Hunting Annual. 1974:20-21, 167-169. 

4. Rogers, L. L. 1974. Shedding of foot pads by black bears during denning. J. Mamm. 55(3):672-674. 

3. Rogers, L. L. 1972. Movement patterns and social organization of black bears in northeastern Minnesota. Bull. Ecol. Soc. Amer. 53(2)21. (Abstract)

2. Maxwell, R., J. Thorkelson, and L. L. Rogers. 1972. The energetics of wintering bears (Ursus americanus) in northeastern Minnesota. Bull. Ecol. Soc. Amer. 53(2):21. (Abstract) 

1. Rogers, L. L. 1970. Black bear of Minnesota. Naturalist 21(4):42-47.

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