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2003K. Kelly Hildner, Michael E. Soulé, Mi-Sook Min, David R. Foran. The relationship between genetic variability and growth rate among populations of the pocket gopher, Thomomys bottae. Conservation Genetics 4 (2): 233-240.
2003Soulé, M.E., J. Estes, J. Berger, C. Martinez del Rio. Ecological effectiveness: Conservation goals for interactive species. Conservation Biology 17: 1238-1250.
2003Soulé, M.E . Sustainability of U.S. forests: the role of large mammals. Pp. 73-84 n David Lindenmayer and Jerry F. Franklin, eds. CSIRO, Cllingwood, Vic. Australia.
2004Lindenmayer, DB, JF Franklin, P Angelstam, F. Bunnell, MJ Brown, S Dovers, JE Hickey, L Kremsater, J Niemela, D. Norton, D. Perry, and M. Soulé. The Victorian forestry roundtable meeting: a discussion of transitions to sustainability in Victorian forests. Australian Forestry 67:1-5.
2004K. Kelly Hildner and M.E. Soulé. Relationship between the energetic cost of burrowing and genetic variability among populations of the pockiet gopher, T. bottae: Does physiological fitness correlate with genetic variability? J. Experimental Biology 207:2001-2007.