My research focuses on puma biology, ecology, population dynamics, behavior, and social structure; how pumas interact with their prey; how pumas interact with people; how people view and act towards large carnivores; development of puma management strategies.
Logan, K. A., and L. L. Sweanor. 2001. Desert Puma: Evolutionary Ecology and Conservation of an Enduring Carnivore. Island Press, Washington, D. C.
Logan, K. and L. Sweanor. 2010. Behavior and social organization of a solitary carnivore. Pages 105-117 in Cougar: Ecology and conservation, M. Hornocker and S. Negri, editors. University of Chicago Press, Chicago.
Logan, K. A. 2012. Structuring felid management for science. Wild Felid Monitor. 5:11-14.
Logan, K. A., L. L. Irwin, and R. Skinner. 1986. Characteristics of a hunted mountain lion population in Wyoming. Journal of Wildlife Management 50:648-654.
Sweanor, L. L., K. A. Logan, and M. G. Hornocker. 2000. Cougar dispersal patterns, metapopulation dynamics, and conservation. Conservation Biology 14:798-808.
Sweanor, L. L., K. A. Logan, J. W. Bauer, B. Millsap, and W. M. Boyce. 2007. Puma and human spatial and temporal use of a popular California state park. Journal of Wildlife Management 72:1076-1084.
Sweanor, L., and K. Logan. 2010. Cougar-human interactions. Pages 190-205 in Cougar: Ecology and conservation, M. Hornocker and S. Negri, editors. University of Chicago Press, Chicago.
Sweanor, L. L., K. A. Logan, and M. G. Hornocker. 2005. Puma responses to close approaches by researchers. Wildlife Society Bulletin 33(1):1-9.
Mattson, D., K. Logan, and L. Sweanor. 2011. Factors governing risk of cougar attacks on humans. Human-Wildlife Interactions 5:135-158.
Beck, T., J. Beecham, P. Beier, T. Hofstra, M. Hornocker, F. Lindzey, K. Logan, B. Pierce, H. Quigley, I. Ross, H. Shaw, R. Sparrowe, and S. Torres. 2005. Cougar management guidelines: First edition. WildFutures, Bainbridge Island, Washington.