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Bozeman, MT 59715

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HoloScene Wildlife Services provides land stewardship consulting and advanced mapping and analysis for wildlife and ecosystem stewardship; and conservation planning. From a small city lot to multi-state conservation initiatives, we can apply state-of-the-art science and technology to develop and implement effective strategies to improve land stewardship for the ecosystem, wildlife, and people.

Publication List

Peer Reviewed Journal Articles:

Inman RM, Brock BL, Inman KH, Sartorius SS, Aber BC, Giddings B, Cain SL, Orme ML, Fredrick JA, Oakleaf BJ. 2013. Developing priorities for metapopulation conservation at the landscape scale: Wolverines in the Western United States. Biological Conservation 166: 276-286.

Brock, B.L. and R.M. Inman. 2006. Use of latitude-adjusted elevation in broad-scale species distribution models. Intermountain Journal of Sciences. 12:12-17.

Inman, R. M., R. R. Wigglesworth, K. H. Inman, M. K. Schwartz, B. L. Brock, and J. D. Rieck. 2004. Wolverine Makes Extensive Movements in the Greater Yellowstone Area. Northwest Science. 78:261-266.

Oakes, R.M., K. B. Gido, J.A. Falke, J.D. Olden, and B.L. Brock. 2005. Predictive modeling of stream fish assemblages in the Great Plains. Ecology of Freshwater Fishes 14:361-374.

Kambhampati, S. J.W. Clark, and B.L. Brock. (2002). Evolution of host- and habitat associations in the wood-feeding cockroach, Cryptocercus. The Biological Journal of the Linnean Society.75:163-172

Briggs, J. M., A. K. Knapp, and B. L. Brock. 2002. Expansion of woody plants in tallgrass prairie: a 15 year study of fire and fire-grazing interactions. The American Midland Naturalist. 147:287-294.

Steinmiller, B., S. Kambhampati and B.L. Brock. (2001). Geographic distribution of, and genetic variation in the wood roach, Cryptocercus (Dictyoptera: Cryptocercidae). Annals of the Entomological Society of America. 94:732-742.

Whiles, M. R., J. M. A. Callaham, C. K. Meyer, B. L. Brock, and R. E. Charlton. 2001. Emergence of Periodical Cicadas (Magicicada cassini) From a Kansas Riparian Forest: Densities, Biomass and Nitrogen Flux. The American Midland Naturalist 145:176-187.

Brock, B.L., and C.E. Owensby. 2000. Predictive models for grazing distribution: a GIS approach. Journal of Range Management 53:39-46.

Schrank, S.J., Guy, C.S., Whiles, M., and B. L. Brock. 2001. Influence of Instream and Landscape-Level Factors on the Distribution of Topeka Shiners Notropis topeka in Kansas Streams. Copeia 2001:413-421.

Callaham Jr, M. A., M. R. Whiles, C. K. Meyer, B. L. Brock, and R. E. Charlton. 2000. Feeding ecology and emergence production of annual cicadas (Homoptera: Cicadidae) in tallgrass prairie. Oecologia 123:535-542.

Whiles, M. R., B. L. Brock, A. C. Franzen, and S. Dinsmore II.  2000.  Stream invertebrate communities, water quality, and land use patterns in an agricultural drainage basin of northern Nebraska, USA.  Environmental Management 26:563-576.

Book Chapters:

Brock, B. L., and E. C. Atkinson. 2013. Selecting species as targets for conservation planning. Pages 123-148 in F. L. Craighead, and C. L. Convis Jr., editors. Conservation Planning: Shaping the Future. ESRI Press, Redlands, CA.

Hoch, G., B. L. Brock, and J. M. Briggs. 2002. Applications of advanced technologies in studying and managing grassland landscape integrity. Pages 390-411 in Liu, J. and W. W. Taylor, editors. Integrating landscape ecology into natural resource management. Cambridge University Press. Cambridge, U.K.

Wade, D.D., B.L. Brock, P.H. Brose, J.B. Grace, G.A. Hoch, and W.A. Patterson, III.  2000.  Fire in eastern ecosystems.  In: Brown, J.K., and Smith, J.K, eds., Wildland Fire in Ecosystems:  Effects of Fire on Flora. USDA Forest Service Gen. Tech. Rep., RMRS-GTR-42-vol. 2, pp. 53-96.


Weigel S., C Ellis, and B. Brock. 2013. Integrating scenario planning tools with wildlife planning tools: informing land use planning in a rural desert landscape via the Morongo Basin Alternative Futures Project. Lincoln Institute of Land Policy Working Paper. 123 pp.

Brock, B.L. 2012. Wildlife Impacts: A spatial model for minimizing impacts to wildlife from the proposed mountain states transmission intertie. The MSTI Review Project. 36 pp.

Brock, B.L. 2007. Identifying priority ecoregions for amphibian conservation in the U.S. and Canada. Tree Walkers International Special Report. Tree Walkers International, USA.

Hanson, C., and B.L. Brock eds. 2007. The Amphibian Steward Network: Procedures and Guidelines V 1.0. Tree Walkers International Special Report. Tree Walkers International, USA.

Brock, B.L., E.C. Atkinson, C. Groves, A. Toivola, T. Olenicki and L. Craighead. 2006. A wildlife conservation assessment of the Madison Valley, Montana. Wildlife Conservation Society, Greater Yellowstone Program, Bozeman, MT.

Brock, B.L., E.C. Atkinson, C. Groves, A. Toivola, T. Olenicki and L. Craighead. 2005. High-quality wildlife connectivity areas in the Madison Valley Watershed. Wildlife Conservation Society, Greater Yellowstone Program, Bozeman, MT.