My research focuses on large mammal ecology and management, with an emphasis on population dynamics, population monitoring, and population genetics.
Implementing research to address mule deer/energy development interactions and investigating mitigation response of mule deer to habitat and energy development improvements in western Colorado.
Northrup, J. M., C. R. Anderson, Jr., and G. Wittemyer. 2015. Quantifying spatial habitat loss from hydrocarbon development through assessing habitat selection patterns of mule deer. Global Change Biology, doi: 10.1111/gcb.13037.
Searle, K. R., M. B. Rice, C. R. Anderson, C. Bishop and N. T. Hobbs. 2015. Asynchronous vegetation phenology enhances winter body condition of a large mobile herbivore. Oecologia ISSN 0029-8549; DOI 10.1007/s00442-015-3348-9.
Lendrum, P. E., C. R. Anderson Jr., K. L. Monteith, J. A. Jenks, and R. T. Bowyer. 2014.
Relating the movement of a rapidly migrating ungulate to spatiotemporal patterns of forage quality. Mammalian Biology 79:369-375;
Lynch, E., J. M. Northrup, M. F. McKenna, C. R. Anderson, Jr., L, Angeloni, and G. Wittemyer. 2014. Landscape and anthrogenic features influencing the use of auditory vigilance by mule deer. Behavioral Ecology; doi:10.1093/beheco/aru158.
Northrup, J. M., A.B.A. Shafer, C. R. Anderson, Jr., D. W. Coltman, and G. Wittemyer. 2014.
Fine-scaled genetic correlates to condition and migration in a wild cervid. Evolutionary Applications 7(8):937-948; doi:10.1111/eva.12189.
Freeman, E. D., R. T. Larsen, M. E. Peterson, C. R. Anderson, Jr., K. R. Hersey, B. R. McMillan. 2014. Effects of male-biased harvest on mule deer: implications for rates of pregnancy, synchrony, and timing of parturition. Wildlife Society Bulletin; DOI: 10.1002/wsb.450.
Northrup, J. M., C. R. Anderson, Jr., and G. Wittemyer. 2014. Effects of helicopter capture and handling on movement behavior of mule deer. Journal of Wildlife Management; DOI: 10.1002/jwmg.705.
Northrup, J.M., M.B. Hooten, C.R. Anderson, Jr., and G. Wittemyer. 2013. Practical guidance on characterizing availability in resource selection functions under a use–availability design. Ecology 94:1456-1463.
Lendrum, P.E., C.R. Anderson, Jr., K.L. Monteith, J.A. Jenks and R.T. Bowyer. 2013. Migrating mule deer: effects of anthropogenically altered landscapes. PLoS ONE 8(5): e64548.
Lendrum, P.E., C.R. Anderson, Jr., R.A. Long, J.G. Kie, and R.T. Bowyer. 2012. Habitat selection by mule deer during migration: effects of landscape structure and natural-gas development. Ecosphere 3(9):82.
Bishop, C.J, C.R. Anderson, Jr., D.P. Walsh, E.J. Bergman, P. Kuechle, and J. Roth. 2011. Effectiveness of a redesigned vaginal implant transmitter in mule deer. Journal of Wildlife Management 75:1797-1806.
Anderson, C.R., Jr., F.G. Lindzey, K.H. Knopff, M.G. Jalkotzy, and M.S. Boyce. 2010. Cougar management in North America. Pages 41-54 in Cougar: Ecology and Conservation (M. Hornocker & S. Negri, Eds.). University of Chicago Press, Chicago, IL, USA.
Anderson, C.R., Jr., and F.G. Lindzey. 2005. Experimental evaluation of population trend and harvest composition in a Wyoming cougar population. Wildlife Society Bulletin 33:179-188.
Anderson, C.R., Jr., F.G. Lindzey, and D.B. McDonald. 2004. Genetic structure of cougar populations across the Wyoming Basin: metapopulation or megapopulation. Journal of Mammalogy 85:1207-1214.
Anderson, C.R., Jr., and F.G. Lindzey. 2003. Estimating cougar predation rates from GPS location clusters. Journal of Wildlife Management 67:307-316.
Anderson, C.R., M.A. Ternent, and D.S. Moody. 2002. Grizzly bear/cattle interactions on two cattle allotments in northwest Wyoming. Ursus 13:247-256