Publications and Presentations

Dr. Kent C. Jensen


PEER-REVIEWED PUBLICATIONS

1986 - Jensen, K. C. First banding of an American woodcock in South Dakota. N. Amer. Bird Bander 11(1):5.

1988 - Swenson, J. E., K. C. Jensen, and J. E. Toepfer. Winter movements by rosy finches in Montana. J. Field Ornithol. 59(2):157-160.

1994 - Miller, M.W., K.C. Jensen, W.E. Grant, and M.W. Weller. A simulation model of helicopter disturbance of molting Pacific black brant. Ecological Modeling 73:293-309.

1994 - Weller, M. W., K. C. Jensen, E. J. Taylor, M. W. Miller, K. S. Bollinger, D. V. Derksen, D. Esler, and C. Markon. Assessment of shoreline vegetation in relation to use by molting black brant (Branta bernicla nigricans) on the Alaska Coastal Plain. Biological Conservation 70:219-225.

 

AGENCY PUBLICATIONS

1985 - Jensen, K. C. Birds of South Dakota: a daily field checklist. Dept. Wildl. Fish. Sci. Publ., Brookings, SD. 8pp.

1991 - Jensen, K. C. Wetland management opportunities and options: Lewis and Clark Lake delta system, South Dakota. Army Engineers Natural Resour. Tech. Support Report, Waterways Experiment Station, Vicksburg, MS. 8pp.

1992 - Jensen, K. C. Wood duck nest-box program management plan: Riverlands Environmental Demonstration Area, Missouri. Army Engineers Natural Resour. Tech. Support Report, Waterways Experiment Station, Vicksburg, MS. 7pp.

1992 - Derksen, D. V., K. S. Bollinger, D. Esler, K. C. Jensen, E. J. Taylor, M. W. Miller, and M. W. Weller. Effects of aircraft on the behavior and ecology of molting brant near Teshekpuk Lake, Alaska. U. S. Fish Wildl. Serv. Final Report, Anchorage, AK. 179pp.

1992 - Jensen, K. C., and W. P. Kuvlesky, Jr. Wetland and range management opportunities to improve wildlife habitat at MacLean Bottoms and Beaver Creek, Lake Oahe, North Dakota. Army Engineers Natural Resour. Tech. Support Report, Waterways Experiment Station, Vicksburg, MS. 12pp.

1993 - Jensen, K. C. Waterfowl habitat management opportunities at Pipestem Lake, Jamestown, North Dakota. Army Engineers Natural Resour. Tech. Support Report, Waterways Experiment Station, Vicksburg, MS. 15pp.

1994 - Jensen, K. C., and S. Peck. Burning as a tool in wetland management. Army Engineers Wetland Res. Program Tech. Publ., Waterways Experiment Station, Vicksburg, MS. 10pp.

1994 - Jensen, K.C., and C.O. Martin. Guidance for placement and management of wood duck nest boxes in wetland habitats. WRP Tech. Note FW-SW-4.1. Waterways Experiment Station, Vicksburg, MS 6pp.

1995 - Polasek, L.G., M.W. Weller, and K.C. Jensen. Management of shallow impoundments to provide emergent and submergent vegetation for waterfowl. WRP Tech. Rep. WRP-SM-8. Waterways Experiment Station, Vicksburg, MS 61pp.

1995 - Humpert, M.J., D.E Hubbard, and K.C. Jensen. Avian responses to chemically and physically manipulated cattail stands in a northern prairie marsh. WRP Tech. Rep. WRP-SM-17. Waterways Experiment Station, Vicksburg, MS 48pp.

1996 - Jensen, K.C. and J.C. Fischenich. Fort Riley waterfowl impoundment water control structure and moist-soil management plan: CAP Report 0896-001. 13pp.

1996. Jensen, K.C. Mist-netting procedures for capturing bats at Ft. Riley, KS: CAP Report 0896-004. 11pp.

1996 - Jensen, K.C. and L.A. Reynolds. Waterfowl management plan for U.S. Army and Signal Corps, Ft. Gordon, GA. 54pp.

1997 - O'Neil, L.J., A.C. Webb, K.C. Jensen, P.C. DuBois, and V.R. Emrick. Survey of the current status of vegetation mapping on selected Army installations. WES Tech. Rept. EL-97-x.

 

POPULAR or SEMI-TECHNICAL PUBLICATIONS

1993 - Jensen, K. C. Corps stewardship role gets explosive support in successful restoration project. Wetlands Res. Program Bull., U.S. Army Engineers, 3(2):5-8.

1994 - Jensen, K. C. Wetlands management through partnership. The Military Engineer 566:53-54.

 

THESIS AND DISSERTATION

1988 - Jensen, K. C. Nest site selection by bald eagles in Montana. M.S. Thesis. Montana State University, Bozeman. 52pp.

1990 - Jensen, K. C. Effects of aircraft disturbance on the behavior and ecology of molting Pacific black brant near Teshekpuk Lake, Alaska. Ph.D. Diss. Texas A&M University, College Station. 72pp.

 

PROFESSIONAL PRESENTATIONS

1988 - Effects of helicopter disturbance on the behavior and ecology of molting black brant on the North Slope of Alaska. Pacific Flyway Council Technical Committee Meeting. 8-11 March, Reno, NV.

1990 - Responses of molting black brant to experimental helicopter disturbance on the North Slope of Alaska. Poster presentation, 55th N. Amer. Wildl. Natur. Resour. Conf., 17-21 March. Denver, CO

1991 - Habitat selection by molting Pacific black brant in Alaska. 5th Joint Meeting of the Cooper Ornithological Society and Wilson Ornithological Society. Norman, OK. 14-19 May.

1991 - A hierarchical recovery plan for the Attwater's prairie-chicken. Poster presentation, 5th Joint Meeting of the Cooper Ornithological Society and Wilson Ornithological Society. Norman, OK. 14-19 May.

1991 - Responses of molting Pacific black brant to helicopter disturbance on the North Slope of Alaska. Presented as an invited paper to the Army Corps of Engineers, Waterways Experiment Station, Vicksburg, MS 29 May.

1991 - Effects of helicopter disturbance on the behavior and ecology of molting black brant on the North Slope of Alaska. Invited Guest Seminar - Department of Biology, Montana State University, Bozeman. 21 November.

1992 - Habitat selection by molting Pacific black brant on the North Slope of Alaska. Invited Guest Seminar - Department of Biology, South Dakota State University, Brookings. 5 November.

1993 - Habitat selection by molting Pacific black brant in Alaska. Presented to the 14th annual conference of the Society of Wetland Scientists, Edmonton, AB, 4 June.

1993 - Wildlife and water quality benefits from a created wetland in southwestern North Dakota. Presented to the Symposium on Prairie Ecosystems: Wetland Ecology, Management, and Restoration, Jamestown, ND, 12 August.

1994 - Stewardship and management studies within the Corps of Engineers Wetlands Research Program. Presented to the 1994 Annual Meeting of the Mississippi Chapter of The Wildlife Society. 29 September.

1995 - Effects of helicopter disturbance on the behavior and ecology of molting black brant on the North Slope of Alaska. Invited Guest Seminar - Department of Forestry, Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN. 21 February.

1995 - Management of shallow impoundments to provide emergent and submergent vegetation for waterbirds. Presented to The National Interagency Workshop on Wetlands: Technology Advances for Wetlands Science, New Orleans, LA, 5 April.

1995 - Wildlife habitat functions in created wetlands. Presented to The National Interagency Workshop on Wetlands: Technology Advances for Wetlands Science, New Orleans, LA, 5 April.

1995 - Ecology and management of forested wetlands in the southeastern United States. Invited Guest Speaker - Department of Forestry, University of Kentucky, Lexington, 13 July.

1995 - Shallow-impoundment management to provide a diversity of vegetation and seeds for waterfowl in southern regions. Presented to The Wildlife Society Second Annual Conference, Portland, OR, 17 September.

1996 - Waterfowl management at Ft. Gordon, GA. Presented to The Wildlife Society Third Annual Conference, Cincinnati, OH, 4 October.

1997 - Responses of black brant to disturbance by helicopters on the National Petroleum Reserve, Alaska. Presented to Symposium on Oil Development in the National Petroleum Reserve. Anchorage, AK, 17 April


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