Christine Schonewald, PhD

- Christine Green -

Technical Publications 1979 to 2002
  • 2002     Grigione, M. M., P. Beier, R. A. Hopkins, D. Neal, W. D. Padly, C. M. Schonewald, and M. L. Johnson.  Ecological and allometric determinants of home-range size for mountain lions (Puma concolor). Animal Conservation 5:317-324
  • 2001     Schonewald, Christine.  Introduction to Boundary Space.  Complexity 6(2):41-57.
  • 1998     Sauvajot, R.M., M. Buechner, D. Kamradt, and C. Schonewald, "Patterns of human disturbance and response by small mammals and birds in chaparral near urban development" (2 : 279-297) , Johnson, N.C., A.J. Malk, W.T. Sexton, and R.C. Szaro, editors(Eds.) In Urban Ecosystems.
  • 1998     Smallwood, K. Shawn and Christine Schonewald. Study design and interpretation for population estimates of mammalian carnivores.  Oecologia 113: 474-491.
  • 1997     Reynolds, John and Christine Schonewald.   U.S. National Parks in landscape contexts; roles for science in the coming century. George Wright Forum 14(3):5-11.
  • 1996     Smallwood, K. Shawn, Geoff Jones, and C. Schonewald. Spatial scaling of allometry among terrestrial, mammalian carnivores.  Oecologia 107:588-594.
  • 1996     Smallwood, K. Shawn and Christine Schonewald-Cox.  Scaling population density and spatial pattern for terrestrial mammalian carnivores.  Oecologia 105:329-35.
  • 1995     Schonewald, Christine.  Studying protected areas in North America and Hawaii; a research biography. Landscape Architecture. December. S. Korea.
  • 1994     Schonewald, Christine.  Cranial variation in North American wapiti, Cervus elaphus, sexes and subspecies, with intra- and intercontinental comparisons.  Acta Theriologica 39(4):431-452.
  • 1994     Myers, R. L. and Christine Schonewald-Cox. Conservation biologists conduct study of alien species on Hawaiian rainforests.  Park Service; A Resources Management Bulletin.  National Park Service, US Department of the Interior 14 (3).
  • 1994       Schonewald-Cox, Christine. 1994.  Protection of biological diversity:  Missing connection between science and management.  pp. 171-183.  In Biological Diversity: Problems and Challenges.  S. K. Majumdar, F. J. Brenner, J. E. Lovich, J. F. Schalles and E. W. Miller (eds.), Pennsylvania Academy of Sciences Press.
  • 1993     Davis, Brian N. K., Tim R. New and Christine Schonewald-Cox.  Editorial.  Biological Conservation 64(1):1. 
  • 1993     Veirs, S., T. J. Stolghren, and C. Schonewald-Cox (eds.)  Proceedings of the Fourth Biennial Conference on Research in California's National Parks, Sept 10-12, 1991  Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks.
  • 1992     Schonewald-Cox, Christine.  Invited book review of Nature Reserves:  Island Theory and Conservation Practice, Craig L. Shafer, Smithsonian Institution Press, Washington, DC, 1990.  "Little islands floating in seas of indifference?" 268p.   Biological Conservation 63 (1): 95. 
  • 1992     Buechner, M., C. Schonewald-Cox, R. Sauvajot, and B. Wilcox.  Cross-boundary issues for National Parks:  What works "on the ground."  Environmental Management 16 (6): 799-809.
  • 1991     Schonewald-Cox, C. and M. Buechner. Park protection and public roads. pp. 373-395 In P.L. Fiedler and S.Jain (eds.), Conservation Biology: The Theory and Practice of Nature Conservation, Preservation and Management.  New York: Chapman and Hall, 507p.
  • 1991     Schonewald-Cox, C., R. Azari, and S. Blume.  Mammalian carnivore censuses and densities.  Conservation Biology 5(4):491-495.
  • 1991     Schonewald-Cox, C., M. Buechner, R. Sauvajot, and B. Wilcox. Resolving Conflicts between National Parks and surrounding lands: A review and discussion. Environmental Management 16(2):273-282.
  • 1991     Schonewald-Cox, C. and M. Buechner.  Housing viable populations in protected habitats:  The value of a coarse-grained geographic analysis of density patterns and available habitat.  pp. 213-225.  In A. Seitz and V. Loeschcke (eds.), Species Conservation - An Approach to Population Biology.  Birkhäuser Verlag, Basel, Switzerland, 281p.
  • 1990     Little, R. and C. Schonewald-Cox.  Fire management policy and boundary effects on parks:  Lassen Volcanic National Park -- A case study.  pp. 249-256.  In C. van Riper III, T. J. Stohlgren, S. D. Veirs, Jr., and S. C. Hillyer (eds.), Proceedings of the Third Biennial Conference on California Parks. 268p.
  • 1989     Schonewald-Cox, C. and T. J. Stohlgren.  Biological diversity and global change:  Habitat fragmentation and extinction.  pp. 217-224. In R. D. Noble, J. L. Martin and K. F. Jensen (eds.) Proceedings U.S./U.S.S.R. Symposium:  Air Pollution and Vegetation Change.  U.S.D.A. Forest Service.  Northeastern Forest Experiment Station, Broomall, PA, 311p.
  • 1989     Schonewald-Cox, C. and T. J. Stohlgren.  Wilderness and the protection of genetic diversity.  pp.  83-91. In Wilderness Bench mark 1988:  Proceedings of the National Wilderness Colloquium.  January 13-14, 1988.  Tampa, Florida.  U.S.D.A. Forest Service, Southeastern Forest Experiment Station General Technical Report SE-51.  Asheville, NC.
  • 1988     Schonewald-Cox, C.  Invited book review of Audubon Wildlife Report, 1987.  Conservation Biology 2(4):406-407.
  • 1988     Schonewald-Cox, C.  Boundaries in the protection of nature reserves.  BioScience 38(7):480-486.
  • 1988     Schonewald-Cox, C. , R. J. Baker and J. W. Bayless.  Applying the population/area model for planning of large mammal translocations.  pp. 52-63.  L. Nielsen and R. D. Brown (eds.) In Translocation of Wild Animals.  Wisconsin Humane Society and Caesar Kleberg Wildlife Research Institute. WI.  333 pp.
  • 1988     Salwasser, H., C. Schonewald-Cox, and R. Baker.  A protocol for institutional coordination in wildlife conservation.  pp. 159-174.  In M. E. Soulé (ed.), Viable Populations.  Cambridge Press, Cambridge, 189p.
  • 1987     Schonewald-Cox, C. M.  The Boundary Approach:  A geographic analysis of design and conservation of nature reserves.  Park Science 7(3):8-9.
  • 1986     Schonewald-Cox, C. and J. W. Bayless.  The Boundary Model:  A geographic analysis of design and conservation of nature Reserves.  Biological Conservation 38(4):305-322.
  • 1986     Baker, R. and Schonewald-Cox.  Management strategies for improving population viability.  pp. 73-87.  In B. A. Wilcox, P. F. Brussard, and B. G. Marcot (eds.), The Management of Viable Populations:  Theory, Applications, and Case Studies.  Unpub. Syllabus used by Center for Conservation Biology, Stanford University, Palo Alto, CA.
  • 1986     Helm, R. C., and C. Schonewald-Cox. Yellow-bellied marmots and vehicle damage in Mineral King, Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks, California.  CPSU/UC Technical Report No. 23.  52 pp.
  • 1986     Schonewald-Cox, C.  Founding populations in conservation:  Problems and characteristics of small populations.  pp. 1-16.  In F. J. Brenner, S. K. Majumdar, and Ann Rhoads (eds.), Endangered and Threatened Species Programs in Pennsylvania and Other States:  Causes, Issues, and Management.  Pennsylvania Academy of Sciences, Philadelphia, PA.
  • 1986     Schonewald-Cox, C.  Diversity, germplasm, and natural resources.  pp. 45-54.  In K. C. Kim and L. Knutson (eds.), Foundation for a National Biological Survey.  Allen Press.
  • 1986     Schonewald-Cox, C., J. W. Bayless, and J. Schonewald. Cranial morphometry of Pacific coast elk (Cervus elaphus).  Journal of Mammalogy 66(1):63-74.
  • 1985     Schonewald-Cox, C.  Genetics, minimum population size and the island reserve.  pp. 432-458.  In C. Stone and M. Scott (eds.), Hawaii?s Terrestrial Ecosystems Preservation and Management.  University of Hawaii Press, Honolulu.
  • 1983     Schonewald-Cox, C., S. Chambers, B. MacBryde, and L. Thomas.  Genetics and Conservation:  A Reference for Managing Wild Animal and Plant Populations.  Benjamin Cummings Publ. Co., Menlo Park, CA, 722 p.
  • 1983     Schonewald-Cox, C.  Guidelines to management:  A beginning attempt.  pp. 414-445.  In Schonewald-Cox, C., S. Chambers, B. MacBryde, and L. Thomas. (eds.), Genetics and Conservation.  Benjamin Cummings Publ. Co., Menlo Park, CA, 722 p. 
  • 1983     Schonewald-Cox, C.  and J. W. Bayless.  Questions posed by managers.  Appendix III.  pp. 485-499.  In Schonewald-Cox, C., S. Chambers, B. MacBryde, and L. Thomas. (eds.), Genetics and Conservation. Benjamin Cummings Publ. Co., Menlo Park, CA, 722 p.
  • 1982     Schonewald-Cox, C.  Book review of The Desert Bighorn.  J. Wildlife Management 46(2):565-566.
  • 1982     Schonewald-Cox, C.  Trends in research and applied technology:  National Park Service, man and the biosphere and natural resources.  Trends 19(4):6-9.  
  • 1982     Schonewald-Cox, C.  Trends in resources management:  Wildlife population management.  Trends 19(1):21-27.  
  • 1979     Brownell, R.R., Schonewald, C., and R.R. Reeves.  Preliminary Report on World Catches of Marine Mammals, 1966-1975.  U. S. Marine Mammal Commission, Washington, DC, Department of Commerce, NTIS.  PB-290-173, 363 p.
  • 1977     Schonewald, C.  Temporal patterns of courtship in a caviomorph rodent, the green acouchi, (Myoprocta pratti).  Ph.D. Dissertation.  Department of Zoology, University of Maryland.  
  • 1977     Schonewald, C.  Quantitative determination of categories of behavior in courtship encounters using the acouchi, Myoprocta pratti.  American Zoologist (Abstract).

Special Reports/Government Publications
  • 1996   IUCN Category VI Protected Areas in North, Central and South America. Guidelines for Category VI. Technical Report for IUCN Parks Commission. Canada; and  IUCN Background document for Category VI Protected Areas in North America.  Technical Draft for IUCN Parks Commission. Canada.  11/96.
  • 1987     Schonewald-Cox, C.  The Role of the National Park Service in Protecting Biological Diversity.  Results of the Director's [scientific] Task Force on the NPS Role in Protecting Biological Diversity, Sept. 1986,  Report to the Director, 75 pp.  (Project leader)
  • 1982      36 CFR 2.5 Congressional Record, rewrote section on ?NPS natural history collections"
  • Contributor/Editorial Participant
  • 1990     Dittavio, F. D., P. Brussard, and J. McCrone.  1990.  Protecting Biological Diversity in the National Parks:  Workshop Recommendations.  U.S. Department of the Interior, NPS.  Transactions and Proceedings Series No. 9. 79p.
  • 1989     Gall, Graham A. E., and Mary Staton (eds.).  1989.  Integrating Conservation Biology and Agricultural Production.  Public Service Research and Dissemination Program, University of California, Davis.
  • 1982     U.S. Department of State.  1982.  Proceedings of the U.S. Strategy Conference on Biological Diversity, Nov. 16-18, 1981.  126p. 
  • 1979     U.S. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Region 6, U.S. Department of the Interior, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, other agencies, special interest groups and the state of Texas. 
  • 1979  IXTOC-I Oil Spill Damage Assessment Program; Damage Assessment Technical Plan; an Interagency Cooperative Federal and State Program.  November 16, 1979. 176p.
  • 1979    Risser, Paul G. and Kathy D. Cornelison. 1979.  Man and the Biosphere; U.S. Information Synthesis Project MAB-8 Biosphere Reserves. Oklahoma Biological Survey. Norman, Oklahoma. 109pp. (provided authors with consultation support on behalf of National Park Service, Man and the Biosphere Program)