Moorman, C., S. M. Grodsky, and S. P. Rupp (eds.). 2019. Renewable Energy and Wildlife Conservation. Johns Hopkins University Press. In press (scheduled for release Fall of 2019)
Rupp, S. P. (Chair), L. Bies, A. Glaser, C. Kowaleski, T. McCoy, T. Rentz, S. Riffell, J. Sibbing, J. Verschuyl, T. Wigley. 2012. Impacts of bioenergy development on wildlife and wildlife habitat. The Wildlife Society Technical Review 12-03. The Wildlife Society, Bethesda, Maryland, USA. December 2012
Rupp, S. P., and C. A. Ribic. 2019. Second-Generation Bioenergy Production from Dedicated Energy Crops: Implications for Wildlife and Wildlife Habitat. Chapter 4 in Moorman, C., S. M. Grodsky, and S. P. Rupp (eds.). 2019. Renewable Energy and Wildlife Conservation. Johns Hopkins University Press. In press (scheduled for release Fall of 2019)
Rupp, S. P., A. Munoz, and R. R. Lopez. 2013. Conservation planning for wildlife and wildlife habitat. Pages 279-298 in Krausman, P. R., and J. W. Cain III (eds). Wildlife management and conservation: Contemporary principles & practices. Johns Hopkins University Press. 342 pp.
Peer-Reviewed Publications (Undergrads in BOLD):
Phillips, E. C., C. P. Lehman, R. W. Klaver, A. R. Jarding, S. P. Rupp, J. A. Jenks, and C. N. Jacques. 20xx (in press). Evaluation of an elk detection probability model in the Black Hills, South Dakota. Western North American Naturalist.
McGuire, B. and S. P. Rupp. 2013. Perennial herbaceous biomass production and harvest in the Prairie Pothole Region of the northern Great Plains: Best management guidelines to achieve sustainability of wildlife resources. National Wildlife Federation, Washington, D.C.
Grovenburg, T. W., C. N. Jacques, C. S. DePerno, C. P. Lehman, T. J. Brinkman, R. W. Klaver, K. A. Robling, S. P. Rupp, and J. A. Jenks. 2012. Heterogeneity in habitat type and vertical heights: Effects on accuracy of radiotelemetry locations. Wildlife Biology18:1-11.
Hegge, K., P. J. Johnson, and S. P. Rupp. 2012. Prevalence and behavior of Blastobasis repartella (Dietz) in switchgrass. Pages 55-62 in SDSU Journal of Undergraduate Research Vol. 10 (2012).
Rupp, S. P. 2012. Practical dissonance: Bridging the gap between agencies and academia. Wildlife Society Bulletin 36(4):796–801.
Rupp, S. P. 2012. Sustainable harvest strategies for biofuels and wildlife production. Pages 34 – 37 in Glaser, A., ed. 2012. America’s Grasslands Conference: Status, Threats, and Opportunities. Proceedings of the 1st Biennial Conference on the Conservation of America’s Grasslands. August 15- 17, 2011, Sioux Falls, SD. Washington, DC and Brookings, SD: National Wildlife Federation and South Dakota State University.
Rupp, S. P., and P. Rupp. 2010. Development of an individual-based model to evaluate elk (Cervus elaphus nelsoni) movement and distribution patterns following the Cerro Grande Fire in north central New Mexico, USA. Ecological Modelling 221(12):1605-1619.
Rupp, S. P. 2005. Ecological impacts of the Cerro Grande Fire: Predicting elk movement and distribution in response to vegetative recover through simulation modeling. Ph.D. Dissertation, Texas Tech University, December 2005. 451 pp.
Rupp, S. P., M. C. Wallace, D. Wester, S. Fettig, and R. Mitchell. 2001. Effects of simulated elk grazing and trampling (I): Intensity. Alces 37(1):129-146.
Rupp, S. P., M. C. Wallace, D. Wester, S. Fettig, and R. Mitchell. 2001. Effects of simulated elk grazing and trampling (II): Frequency. Alces 37(1):147-161.
Rupp, S. P. 2000. Effects of grazing and trampling by Rocky Mountain elk (Cervus elaphus nelsoni) on the vegetative community of Bandelier National Monument, New Mexico. M.S. Thesis, Texas Tech University, December 2000. 102 pp.
Rupp, S. P., W. B. Ballard, and M. C. Wallace. 2000. A nationwide evaluation of deer hunter harvest survey techniques. Wildlife Society Bulletin 28(3):570-578