Publications & Presentations
Publications & Presentations
Trulio, L. and J. Sokale. 2008. Foraging Shorebird Response to Trail Use around San Francisco Bay. Journal of Wildlife Management 72:1775-1780.
Ohlson, D., L. Trulio, K. Cushing, A. Levanthal. 2008. Advancing indigenous self-determination through endangered species protection: Idaho gray wolf recovery Environmental Science & Policy 11:430-440.
Trulio, L.A. and D.A. Chromczak. 2007. Burrowing owl nesting success at urban and parkland sites in Northern California. Proceedings of the California Burrowing Owl Consortium. Bird Populations Monograph 1. Institute for Bird Populations. Point Reyes Station, CA.
Fisher, J.B., L.A. Trulio, G.S. Biging, and D.A. Chromczak. 2007. An analysis of spatial clustering and implications for wildlife management: A burrowing owl example. Environmental Management 39:403-409.
Trulio, L.A. 2005. Science Synthesis for Issue 9: Understanding the Effects of Public Access and Recreation on Wildlife and their Habitats in the Restoration Project Area. South Bay Salt Pond Restoration Project, State Coastal Conservancy, Oakland, CA. http://www.southbayrestoration.org. 20pp.
Trulio, L.A. and J.G. Evens. 2000. California Black Rail (Laterallus jamaicensis obsoletus). In: P.R. Olofson (ed.). Goals Project: Baylands Ecosystem Species and Community Profiles. San Francisco Bay Regional Water Quality Control Board. Oakland, CA. pp. 341-345.
Trulio, L.A. 2000. Western Burrowing Owl (Athene (Speotyto) cunicularia hypugaea). In: P.R. Olofson (ed.). Goals Project: Baylands Ecosystem Species and Community Profiles. San Francisco Bay Regional Water Quality Control Board. Oakland, CA. pp. 362-365.
Gervais, J. A., D. K. Rosenberg, D. M. Fry, L. A. Trulio, K. K. Sturm. 2000. Burrowing owls and agricultural pesticides: Evaluation of residues and risks for three populations in California. Env. Tox. Chem. 19:337-343.
Trulio, L.A. 1999. Science and art: Tensions exist between resource managers and scientists, but so do resolutions and collaborations. Restoration and Management Notes 17:193-195.
Trulio, L.A. 1997. Strategies for protecting western burrowing owls (Speotyto cunicularia hypugaea) from human activities. Proceedings of the Second International Symposium on the Biology and Conservation of Western Hemisphere Owls. February, 1997. Winnipeg, Canada.
Trulio, L. A. 1997. Burrowing owl demography and habitat choice at two urban sites in Santa Clara County, California. Raptor Research Report #9:84-89.
Trulio, L.A. 1995. Burrowing owls thrive in artificial habitat. Restoration and Management Notes. 13:238-239.
Trulio, L.A. 1995. The functional significance of infanticide in a population of California ground squirrels. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 38:97-103.
Trulio, L.A. 1995. Passive burrowing owl relocation as a method to preserve owls on disturbance sites. Journal of Field Ornithology 66:99-106.
Trulio, L.A. 1989. Preliminary Results: Survey on mountain lion research methodology. In Proceedings of the Third Mountain Lion Workshop, edited by R. Smith. Arizona: Arizona Department of Fish and Game, 44-46.
Trulio, L.A., W.J. Loughry, D.H. Owings and D.F. Hennessy. 1986. Infanticide in California ground squirrels. Animal Behavior 34: 291-294.
UNREFEREED PUBLICATIONS AND DOCUMENTS (through 2003)
Trulio, L.A., S. Aslanian, D. Carmichael, M. Esquivel, K. Gleeson G. Hurtado, M. Keasey, J. McRae, R. Ross, J. Sinclair, W. Thornton, A. Torres, and S. Woolhouse. 2008. Natural Regeneration of Three Oak Species at the Enid W. Pearson-Arastradero Preserve in Santa Clara County, California. Report to Acterra, Arastradero Preserve, Palo Alto, CA. 108pp.
Trulio, L.A. and others. 2007. South Bay Salt Pond Restoration Project: Adaptive Management Plan. South Bay Salt Pond Restoration Project Final EIS/R, Appendix D. US Fish and Wildlife Service, Don Edwards San Francisco Bay National Wildlife Refuge, Fremont, CA.
Rosenberg, D., L.A. Trulio, D. Catlin, D. Chromczak, J.A. Gervais, N. Ronan, and K.A. Haley. 2007. The Ecology of the Burrowing Owl in California. Unpubl. Report to Bureau of Land Management.
Trulio, L.A. and D. Chromczak. 2005. Burrowing owl ecology and demography study, South San Francisco Bay Area for Year 2005. Prepared for NASA Ames Research Center, Moffett Field, CA. 17 pp.
Trulio, L.A. 2004. Draft Science Plan for the South Bay Salt Pond Restoration Project. Report to the State Coastal Conservancy, Oakland, CA. 42pp.
Trulio, L.A., J. Callaway, E. Gross, F. Nichols, J. Lacy, and J. Takekawa. 2003. Draft Science Strategy for the South Bay Salt Pond Restoration Project. Report to the State Coastal Conservancy, Oakland, CA.
Trulio, L. A., D. de Leon, K. S. Fox, S. Giri, P. G. Higgins, A. O. Kakouros, M. E. McIntyre, D. L. Ohlson, R. Salisbury, and M. Villegas. 2003. An observational study of harbor seals and boat traffic near Corkscrew Slough at Bair Island. Prepared for the US Fish and Wildlife Service by Environmental Studies Advanced Restoration (EnvS 191).
Interagency Workgroup on Wetland Restoration. 2003. An Introduction and User’s Guide to Wetland Restoration, Creation, and Enhancement. NOAA Fisheries, Silver Spring, MDwww.epa.gov/owow/wetlands/restore/finalinfo.html . 102pp.
Trulio, L.A. 2003. Burrowing owl habitat disappearing in Silicon Valley. 2003 Environmental Index for Silicon Valley. Silicon Valley Environmental Partnership. Pg. 28.