Impacts of alternative harvesting and natural disturbance scenarios on forest biomass in the Superior National Forest, USA. Russell M, Patton S, Wilson D, Domke G, Frerker K. Forests. 2018 Aug
US Forest Service (USFS) Environmental Assessment (EA) on Proposed 20-year Mineral Leasing Withdrawal in Superior National Forest. Stock JH, Bradt JT. Harvard University, August. 2018
Quantification of Understory Fuels in the Superior National Forest Using Lidar Data (Doctoral dissertation, Geography Department, South Dakota State University). Irwin, J.R., 2018.
Data, R Code, and Output Supporting” An Historical Overview and Update of Wolf-moose Interactions in Northeastern Minnesota”.Fieberg, J.R., Mech, L.D. and Barber-Meyer, S., 2017.
Differential wolf-pack-size persistence and the role of risk when hunting dangerous prey. Barber-Meyer SM, Mech LD, Newton WE, Borg BL. Behaviour. 2016 Jan
Wolf (Canis lupus) generation time and proportion of current breeding females by age. Mech LD, Barber-Meyer SM, Erb J. PloS one. 2016 Jun
Gray wolf (Canis lupus) dyad monthly association rates by demographic group. Barber-Meyer, S.M. and Mech, L.D., 2015.
White-tailed Deer (Odocoileus virginianus) fawn risk from Gray Wolf (Canis lupus) predation during summer. Mech, L.D., Morris, A. and Barber-Meyer, S.M., 2015.
Monitoring bird populations on National Forest lands: Superior National Forest, 1991. Hanowski JM, Niemi GJ. 2015 Feb
Harvesting forest biomass for energy–An alternative to conventional fuel treatments: Trials in the Superior National Forest, USA. Abbas D, Current D, Ryans M, Taff S, Hoganson H, Brooks KN. Biomass and Bioenergy. 2011 Nov
Long-term research on wolves in the Superior National Forest. In Recovery of Gray Wolves in the Great Lakes Region of the United States (pp. 15-34). Springer, New York, NY. Mech, L.D., 2009
Testing a remote camera protocol to detect animals in the Superior National Forest. Moen R, Lindquist EL. Natural Resourc Research Institure. 2006
Tolerance by denning wolves, Canis lupus, to human disturbance. Thiel RP, Merrill S, Mech LD. Canadian Field Naturalist. 1998 Apr
Selection of wolf dens in relation to winter territories in northeastern Minnesota. Ciucci P, Mech LD. Journal of Mammalogy. 1992 Nov
“Biophysical, morphological, canopy optical property, and productivity data from the Superior National Forest.” Hall, F. G., K. F. Huemmrich, D. E. Strebel, S. J. Goetz, J. E. Nickeson, and K. D. Woods. (1992)
Wolf population survival in an area of high road density. Mech LD. American Midland Naturalist. 1989 Apr
Wolf population in the Central Superior National Forest, 1967-1985. Mech, L.D., 1986
An improved method of censusing deer in deciduous-coniferous forests. Floyd TJ, Mech LD, Nelson ME. The Journal of Wildlife Management. 1979 Jan
Role of the wolf in a deer decline in the Superior National Forest. Research Paper NC-148. St. Paul, MN: US Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, North Central Forest Experiment Station, 148. Mech, L.D. and Karns, P.D., 1977
Productivity, mortality, and population trends of wolves in northeastern Minnesota. Mech LD. Journal of Mammalogy. 1977 Nov
White-tailed deer migration and its role in wolf predation. The Journal of Wildlife Management, Hoskinson, R.L. and Mech, L.D., 1976
Weights, growth, and survival of timber wolf pups in Minnesota. Van Ballenberghe V, Mech LD. Journal of Mammalogy. 1975 Feb
Wolf numbers in the Superior National Forest of Minnesota. Mech, L.D., 1973.