Lee C. Drickamer

Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff, AZ, United States 
"Lee Drickamer"
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Gedeon CI, Drickamer LC, Sanchez-Meador AJ. (2012) Importance of burrow-entrance mounds of Gunnison's prairie dogs (Cynomys gunnisoni) for vigilance and mixing of soil Southwestern Naturalist. 57: 100-104
Gallie JA, Drickamer LC. (2008) Ecological interactions between two ecosystem engineers: Gunnison's prairie dog and Botta's pocket gopher Southwestern Naturalist. 53: 51-60
Gowaty PA, Anderson WW, Bluhm CK, et al. (2007) The hypothesis of reproductive compensation and its assumptions about mate preferences and offspring viability. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 104: 15023-7
Bartz SE, Drickamer LC, Kearsley MJC. (2007) Response of plant and rodent communities to removal of prairie dogs (Cynomys gunnisoni) in Arizona Journal of Arid Environments. 68: 422-437
Wagner DM, Drickamer LC, Krpata DM, et al. (2006) Persistence of Gunnison's prairie dog colonies in Arizona, USA Biological Conservation. 130: 331-339
Girard JM, Wagner DM, Vogler AJ, et al. (2004) Differential plague-transmission dynamics determine Yersinia pestis population genetic structure on local, regional, and global scales. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 101: 8408-13
Wagner DM, Drickamer LC. (2004) Abiotic habitat correlates of Gunnison's prairie dog in Arizona Journal of Wildlife Management. 68: 188-197
Drickamer LC, Wagner DM, Robinson AS. (2003) Double Captures of House Mice (Mus musculus) with Information on Genetic Relatedness American Midland Naturalist. 150: 308-320
Drickamer LC, Gowaty PA, Wagner DM. (2003) Free mutual mate preferences in house mice affect reproductive success and offspring performance Animal Behaviour. 65: 105-114
Gowaty PA, Drickamer LC, Schmid-Holmes S. (2003) Male house mice produce fewer offspring with lower viability and poorer performance when mated with females they do not prefer Animal Behaviour. 65: 95-103
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