In Press/Review:
Black, S.H., D. Kulakowski, B.R. Noon, and D. DellaSala. In press. Do bark beetle outbreaks increase wildfire risks in the Central U.S. Rocky Mountains and is silviculture a remedial measure?  Natural Areas Journal.
Noon, B.R. In press.  Keystone and indicator species concepts. Encyclopedia of Natural Resources.
Scherer, R.D., E. Muths, B.R. Noon. In press. The importance of local and landscape-scale processes to the occupancy of wetlands by pond-breeding amphibians. Population Ecology.
Scherer R.D., E. Muths E, B.R. Noon BR, and S. Oyler-McCance. In press. The genetic structure of a relict population of wood frogs. Conservation Genetics.
Carroll, C., D.J. Rohlf, B.R. Noon, and J.M. Reed. 2012. Scientific integrity in recovery planning and risk assessment. Conservation Biology 26:743-745.
Noon, B. R., L. L. Bailey, T. D. Sisk, and K. S. McKelvey. 2012. Efficient Species-Level Monitoring at the Landscape Scale. Conservation Biology 26:432-441.
Brand,L. A., and B. R. Noon. 2011. Seasonal fecundity and source-sink status of shrub-nesting birds in a southwestern riparian corridor. Wilson Journal of Ornithology 123:48-58.
Fleishman, E., D. E. Blockstein, J. A. Hall, M. B. Mascia, M. A. Rudd, J. M. Scott, W. J. Sutherland, A. M. Bartuska, A. G. Brown, C. A. Christen, J. P. Clement, D. DellaSala, C. S. Duke, M. Eaton, S. J. Fiske, H. Gosnell, J. C. Haney, M. Hutchins, M. L. Klein, J. Marqusee, B. R. Noon, J. R. Nordgren, P. M. Orbuch, J. Powell, S. P. Quarles, K. A. Saterson, C. C. Savitt, B. A. Stein, M. S. Webster, and A. Vedder. 2011. Top 40 Priorities for Science to Inform US Conservation and Management Policy. Bioscience 61:290-300.
Karanth, K. U., A. M. Gopalaswamy, N. S. Kumar, M. Delampady, J. D. Nichols, J. Seidensticker, B. R. Noon, and S. L. Pimm. 2011. Counting India’s Wild Tigers Reliably. Science 332:791-791.
Brand, L. A., J. C. Stromberg, and B. R. Noon. 2010. Avian Density and Nest Survival on the San Pedro River: Importance of Vegetation Type and Hydrologic Regime. Journal of Wildlife Management 74:739-754.
Cushman, S. A., K. S. McKelvey, B. R. Noon, and K. McGarigal. 2010. Use of Abundance of One Species as a Surrogate for Abundance of Others. Conservation Biology 24:830-840.
Fagan, W. F., H. J. Lynch, and B. R. Noon. 2010. Pitfalls and challenges of estimating population growth rate from empirical data: consequences for allometric scaling relations. Oikos 119:455-464.
Dickson, B. G.,B. R. Noon, C. H. Flather, S. Jentsch, and W. M. Block. 2009. Quantifying the multi-scale response of avifauna to prescribed fire experiments in the southwest United States. Ecological Applications 19:608-621.
Noon, B.R. 2009. Old-growth forest as wildlife habitat. Pp 45-57 In: Old Growth in a New World: Ecological and Social Perspectives on Forest Conservation in the Pacific Northwest. T. Spies, and S. Duncan, editors. Island Press.
Noon, B.R., B.G. Dickson, and K.S. McKelvey. 2009. Multispecies conservation planning on federal lands. Pp 51-84 In: Models for Planning Wildlife Conservation in Large Landscapes.  J.J. Millspaugh and F.R. Thompson III, editors.  Academic Press.
Sonderegger, D. L., H. N. Wang, W. H. Clements, and B. R. Noon. 2009. Using SiZer to detect thresholds in ecological data. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 7:190-195.
Brand, L. A., G. C. White, and B. R. Noon. 2008. Factors influencing species richness and community composition of breeding birds in a desert riparian corridor. The Condor 110:199-210.
Kaplan, C. C., G. C. White, and B. R. Noon. 2008. Neonatal survival of Steller sea lions (Eumetopias jubatus). Marine Mammal Science 24:443-461.
Vasudevan, K., A. Kumar, B. R. Noon, and R. Chellam. 2008. Density and diversity of forest floor anurans in the rain forests of southern Western Ghats, India. Herpetologica 64:207-215.
Mudappa, D., B.R. Noon, A. Kumar, and R. Chellam. 2007. Response of small carnivores to rainforest fragmentation in southern Western Ghats, India. Small Carnivore Conservation 36:18-26.
Murphy, D. D., and B. R. Noon. 2007. The role of scientists in conservation planning on private lands. Conservation Biology 21:25-28.
Salafsky, S. R.,R. T. Reynolds, B. R. Noon, and J. A. Wiens. 2007. Reproductive responses of northern goshawks to variable prey populations. Journal of Wildlife Management 71:2274-2283.
Beissinger, S.R., J.R. Walters, K.G. Smith, J.B. Dunning, S.M. Haig, and B.R. Noon. 2006. Modeling approaches in avian conservation and the role of field biologists. Ornithological Monographs 59:1-56.
Blakesley, J. A.,D. R. Anderson, and B. R. Noon. 2006. Breeding dispersal in the California Spotted Owl. Condor 108:71-81.
Brand, L.A., B.R. Noon, and T.D. Sisk. 2006. Predicting abundance of desert riparian birds: Validation and calibration of the effective area model. Ecological Applications 16:1090-1102.
Fleishman, E., R.F. Noss, and B.R. Noon. 2006. Utility and limitations of species richness metrics for conservation planning. Ecological Indicators 6:543-553.
Hamer, T.L., C.H. Flather, and B.R. Noon. 2006. Factors affecting patterns in grassland species richness: the relative roles of grassland area, landscape, and prey. Landscape Ecology 21:596-583.
Noon, B.R., and J.B. Blakesley. 2006. Conservation of the Northern Spotted Owl under the Northwest Forest Plan. Conservation Biology 20:288-296.
Noon, B.R., N.M. Ishwar, and K. Vasudevan. 2006. Efficiency of adaptive cluster and random sampling in detection terrestrial herpetofauna in a tropical rainforest. Wildlife Society Bulleting
Noon, B.R., and K.S. McKelvey. 2006. The process of indicator selection. Pp. 944-951 In:Aguirre-Bravo, C. Pellicane, Patrick J. Burns, Denver P. and Draggan, Sidney, Eds. Monitoring Science and Technology Symposium: Unifying Knowledge for sustainability in the Western Hemisphere. Proceedings RMRS-P-42CD. Fort Collins, CO: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station. 990 p.
Wiens, J. D., B. R. Noon, and R. T. Reynolds. 2006. Post-fledging survival of northern goshawks: The importance of prey abundance, weather, and dispersal. Ecological Applications 16:406-418.
Wiens, J.D., R.T. Reynolds, and B.R. Noon. 2006. Juvenile movement and natal dispersal in an isolated population of northern goshawks. The Condor 108:253-269.
Blakesley, J.A., B.R. Noon, and D.R. Anderson. 2005. Site occupancy, apparent survival and reproduction of California spotted owls in relation to forest stand characteristics. Journal of Wildlife Management 69:1554-1564.
Cade, B.S., B.R. Noon, and C.H. Flather. 2005. Quantile regression reveals hidden bias and uncertainty in habitat models. Ecology. 86:786-800.
Noon, B. R. 2005. Book Review: America’s Environmental Report Card: Are We Making
the Grade?. Bioscience, 55: 1004-1005.
Noon, B.R., P. Parenteau, and S.C. Trombulak. 2005. Conservation science, biodiversity, and the 2005 U.S. Forest Sevice Regulations. Conservation Biology 19:1359-1361.
Salafsky, S.R., R.T. Reynolds, and B.R. Noon. 2005. Patterns of temporal variation in goshawk reproduction and prey resourses. Journal of Raptor Research 29:237-246.
Scherer, R.D., E. Muths, B.R. Noon, and P.S. Corn. 2005. An evaluation of weather and disease as causes of decline in two populations of boreal toads. Ecological Applications 15:2150-2160.
Alpert, P., Western, D., Noon, B. R., Dickson, B. G., Bobiec, A.,Landres, P., & Nickas, G. 2004. Managing the wild: should stewards be pilots?. Frontiers In Ecology & The Environment, 2:494-499.
Boesch, D. F., Bokuniewicz, H.J., de Neufville, R.,  Dickey, G. E., Doremus, H.D., Hershner, C.H.,   Hitzhusen, F.J., Howard, C.D.,  Lowry, W.R.,  Noon, B.R., Sterner, R.W., and  T. Scudder.  National Research Council. 2004. Adaptive Management for Water Resources Project Planning. National Academies Press, Washington, D.C.
Dale, V. H., and B. R. Noon. 2004. What is a landscape and how is one studied? Pp. 11-14 In: Proceedings From the Ridge—Considerations for Planning at the Landscape Scale. USDA Forest Service Gen. Tech. Rpt. PNW-GTR-596.
Franklin, A.B., R.J. Gutierrez, J.D. Nichols, M.E. Seamans, G.C. White, G.S. Zimmerman, J.E. Hines, T.E. Munton, W.S. LaHaye, J.A. Blakesley, G.N. Steger, B.R. Noon, D.W.H. Shaw, J.J. Keane, T.L. McDonald, and S. Britting. 2004. Population dynamics of the California spotted owl (Strix occidentalis occidentalis): A meta-analysis. Ornithological Monographs 54. American Ornithologists Union.
Noon, B. R. 2004. Book Review: U.S. Public Lands: Stewardship or Exploitation.  Ecology 85: 291-292.
Noon, B. R., and B. G. Dickson. 2004. Managing the wild: should stewards be pilots? Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 2:496-497
Cade, B.S., and B.R. Noon. 2003. A gentle introduction to quantile regression for ecologists. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 1:412-420.
Ishwar, N.M., R. Chellam, A. Kumar, and B.R. Noon. 2003. The response of agamid lizards to rainforest fragmentation in the Western Ghats, South India. Conservation and Society 1:269-286.
Noon, B. R. 2003. Book Reviews: The Integrity of US Ecosystems. Bioscience. 53:
Noon, B.R. 2003. Conceptual issues in monitoring ecological resources. Pages 27-72 In: Monitoring Ecosystems: Interdisciplinary Approaches for Evaluating Ecoregional Initiatives. D.E. Busch and J.C. Trexler (eds.). Island Press.
Noon, B. R. 2003. Response to Walker et al. 2000. “Resilience management in socialecological systems: a working hypothesis for a participatory approach” – Stakeholders in social-ecological systems. Conservation Ecology 7:2.
Noon, B. R., D. D. Murphy, S. R. Beissinger, M. L. Shaffer, and D. Dellasala. 2003. Conservation planning for US National Forests: Conducting comprehensive biodiversity assessments. Bioscience 53:1217-1220.
Samson, F. B., F. L. Knopf, C. W. McCarthy, B. R. Noon, W. R. Ostlie, S. M. Rinehart, S. Larson, G. E. Plumb, G. L. Schenbeck, D. N. Svingen, and T. W. Byer. 2003. Planning for population viability on Northern Great Plains national grasslands. Wildlife Society Bulletin 31:986-999.
Franklin, A.B., B.R. Noon, and T.L. George. 2002. What is habitat fragmentation? Studies in Avian Biology 25:20-29.
Noon, B.R., and V.H. Dale. 2002. Broad-scale ecological science and its application. In: Concepts and Applications of Landscape Ecology In Biological Conservation. K. Gutzwiller (ed.). Springer-Verlag.
Noon, B.R., and A.B. Franklin. 2002. Scientific research and the spotted owl (Strix occidentalis): opportunities for major contributions to avian population ecology. Auk. 119:311-320.
Sisk, T.D., B.R. Noon, and H. Hampton. 2002. Estimating the effective area of habitat patches in heterogeneous landscapes. Pp. 713-725 In: Predicting Species Occurrences. J.W. Scott and P. Heglund, eds. Island Press, California.
Wiens, J.A., B. Van Horne, and B.R. Noon. 2002. Integrating landscape structure and scale into natural resource management. Pp. 23-67. In: Integrating Landscape Ecology into Natural Resource Management. J. Liu and W.W. Taylor (eds.). Cambridge University Press.
Andelman, Sandy J.; Beissinger, Steve; Cochrane, Jean Fitts; Gerber, Leah; Gomez-Priego, Paola; Groves, Craig; Haufler, Jon; Holthausen, Richard; Lee, Danny; Maguire, Lynn; Noon, Barry; Ralls, Katherine; Regan, Helen  2001.  Scientific standards for conducting viability assessments under the Nathional Forest Management Act: report and recoomendations of the NCRAS Working Group.   Unpublished Report by the National Center for Ecological Analysis and Synthesis, University of California, Santa Barbara, CA.
Blakesley, J. A., B.R. Noon, and D.W.H. Shaw. 2001. Demography of the California spotted owl in northeastern California. The Condor 103:667-677.
McKelvey, K.S., and B.R. Noon. 2001. Incorporating uncertainties in animal location and map classification into habitat relationships modeling. Pp. 72-90 In: Spatial Uncertainty in Ecology, C. Hunsaker and T. Case, eds. Springer, New York.
Possingham, H.P., S.J. Andelman, B.R. Noon, S. Trombulak, and H.R. Pulliam. 2001. Making smart conservation decisions. Pp. 225-244 In: Conservation Biology: Research Priorities for the Next Decade. G. Orians and M. Soule (eds.). Island Press.
Haddad, N.M., D.K. Rosenberg, and B.R. Noon. 2000. On experimentation and the study of corridors: response to Beier and Noss. Conservation Biology 14:1543-1545.
Manley, P.N., J.C. Tracy, D.D. Murphy, B.R. Noon, M.A. Nechodom, and C.M. Knopp. 2000. Elements of an adaptive management strategy for the Lake Tahoe Basin. Pages 691-735 In: Lake Tahoe watershed assessment: Volume I. D.D. Murphy and C.M. Knopp (eds.). Gen. Tech. Rep. PSW-GTR-175. USDA Forest Service. Albany, CA.
Gervais, J.A., B.R. Noon, and M.F. Willson. 1999. Avian selection of the color-dimorphic fruits of salmonberry (Rubus spectabilis): a field experiment. Oikos 84:77-86.
Johnson, K. N., J. Agee, R. Beschta, V. Dale, L. Hardesty, J. Long, L. Nielsen, B. Noon, R. Sedjo, M. Shannon, R. Trosper, C. Wilkinson, and J. Wondolleck. Committee of Scientists. 1999. Sustaining the people’s lands – Recommendations for stewardship of the national forests and grasslands into the next century. Journal of Forestry 97:6-12.
Lint, J., B. Noon, R. Anthony, E. Forsman, M. Raphael, M. Collopy, and E. Starkey. 1999. Northern spotted owl effectiveness monitoring plan for the Northwest Forest Plan. Gen. Tech. Rep.PNW-GTR-440. Portland, OR: Pacific Northwest Research Station, Forest Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture.
Noon, B.R. 1999. Scientific framework for effectiveness monitoring of the Northwest Forest Plan. In: The Strategy and Design of the Effectiveness Monitoring Program for the Northwest Forest Plan. Mulder, B., B. Noon, T. Spies, and M. Raphael (eds). Pacific Northwest Research Station, Forest Service, U.S..  General Technical Report PNW-437 Portland, OR: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service.
Noon, B.R., R.H. Lamberson, M.S. Boyce, and L.L. Irwin. 1999. Population Viability Analysis: A Primer on Its Principal Technical Concepts. In: Ecological Stewardship: A Common Reference for Ecosystem Management. N. C. Johnson, A.J. Malk, W.T. Sexton, and R. Szaro (eds.), Elsevier Science Ltd., Oxford.
Noon, B.R., T.A. Spies, and M.G. Raphael. 1999. Conceptual basis for designing an effectiveness monitoring program. In: The Strategy and Design of the Effectiveness Monitoring Program for the Northwest Forest Plan. Mulder, B., B. Noon, T. Spies, and M. Raphael (eds). General Technical Report PNW-437. Portland, OR: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest ServiceNoon, B.R., and D.D.
Murphy. 2005. Management of Spotted Owls: The Interaction of Science, Policy, Politics, and Litigation. Pages 652-659. In Principles of Conservation Biology (3rd edition). M. Groom, G. Meffe,  and R. Carroll, eds. Sinauer Associates, Suderland, Massachusetts.
Norman, J.K., Agee, J., Beschta, R., Dale, V., Hardesty, L., Long, J., Nielsen, L., Noon, B., Sedjo, R., Shannon, M., Trosper, R., Wilkinson, C., and J. Wondolleck.  Committee of Scientists. 1999. Sustaining the People’s Land: Recommendations for Stewardship of the National Forests and Grasslands into the Next Century. U.S. Department of Agriculture, Washington, D.C. 193p. : Journal of Forestry, Volume 97, Number 5, 1 May 1999, pp. 6-12.
Bingham, B.B., and B.R. Noon. 1998. The use of core areas in comprehensive mitigation strategies. Conservation Biology 12:241-243.
Meffe, G. K., P. D. Boersma, D. D. Murphy, B. R. Noon, H. R. Pulliam, M. E. Soule, and D. M. Waller. 1998. Independent scientific review in natural resource management. Conservation Biology 12:268-270.
Rosenberg, D.K., B.R. Noon, J. Megahan, and E.C. Meslow. 1998. Compensatory behavior of Ensatina eschsholtzii in biological corridors: A field experiment. Canadian J. Zoology76:117-133.
Ward, J.P., R.J. Gutierrez, and B.R. Noon. 1998. Habitat selection by northern spotted owls: The consequences of prey selection and distribution. Condor 100:79-92.
Bingham, B. B., and B. R. Noon. 1997. Mitigation of habitat ”take”: Application to habitat conservation planning. Conservation Biology 11:127-139.
Peters, R., Waller, D., Noon, B., Steward, T., Pickett, A., Murphy,D., Cracraft. J., Kiester, R., Kuhlmann, W., Houck, O. and W. J. Snape, III. 1997. Standard scientific procedures for implementing ecosystem management on public lands. Pages 320-336 In: The Ecological Basis of Conservation: Heterogeneity, Ecosystem and Biodiversity. S.T.A. Pickett, R.S. Ostfeld, M. Shachak, and G.E. Likens (eds.), Chapman and Hall, New York.Bingham, B.B., and B.R. Noon. 1997. Mitigation of habitat ‘take’: application to the habitat conservation planning. Conservation Biology 11:127-139.
Rosenberg, D.K., B.R. Noon, and E.C. Meslow. 1997. Biological corridors: Form, function, and efficacy. Bioscience 47:677-687.
Sakai, H. F., and B. R. Noon. 1997. Between-habitat movement of dusky-footed woodrats and vulnerability to predation. Journal of Wildlife Management 61:343-350.
Conroy, M. J., and B. R. Noon. 1996. Mapping of species richness for conservation of biological diversity: Conceptual and methodological issues. Ecological Applications 6:763-773.
Franklin, A. B., Gutierrez, R. J., Noon, B. R., & Ward Jr., J. P.1996. Demographic characteristics and trends of northern spotted owl populations in northwestern California. Studies in Avian Biology, 17:83-91.
Noon, B. R., and K. S. McKelvey. 1996. Management of the spotted owl: A case history in conservation biology. Annual Review of Ecology and Systematics 27:135-162.
Raphael, M.G., R.G. Anthony, S. DeStefano, E.D. Forsman, A.B. Franklin, R. Holthausen, E.C. Meslow, and B.R. Noon. 1996. Use, interpretation, and implications of demographic analyses of northern spotted owl populations. Studies in Avian Biology 17:102-112.
Dunning, J. B., D. J. Stewart, B. J. Danielson, B. R. Noon, T. L. Root, R. H. Lamberson, and E. E. Stevens. 1995. Spatially explicit population-models – current forms and future uses. Ecological Applications 5:3-11.
Lamberson, R. H., B. R. Noon, C. Voss, and K. S. McKelvey. 1994. Reserve design for territorial species – the effects of patch size and spacing on the viability of the northern spotted owl. Conservation Biology 8:185-195.
Rosenberg, D. K., C. J. Zabel, B. R. Noon, and E. C. Meslow. 1994. Northern spotted owls – influence of prey base – a comment. Ecology 75:1512-1515.
McKelvey, K.S.; Noon, B.R.; Lamberson, R.H.  1993.  Conservation planning for species occupying fragmented landscapes: the case of the northern spotted owl.   Pages 424-450 in: Kareiva, P.M.;
Kingsolver, J.G.; Huey, R.B., comps., eds. Biotic Interactions and Global Change. Sunderland, Massachuseets: Sinauer Assoc., Inc.
Noon, B. R. 1993. Book review of Wildlife-Habitat Relationships: Concepts and Applications  by Michael L. Morrison; Bruce G. Marcot; R. William Mannan. Journal Of Wildlife Management, 57:934-936.
Sakai, H. F., and B. R. Noon. 1993. Dusky-footed woodrat abundance in different-aged forests in northwestern California. Journal of Wildlife Management 57:373-382.
Lamberson, R. H., R. McKelvey, B. R. Noon, and C. Voss. 1992. A dynamic analysis of northern spotted owl viability in a fragmented forest landscape. Conservation Biology 6:505-512.
Murphy, D. D., and B. R. Noon. 1992. Integrating scientific methods with habitat conservation planning – reserve design for northern spotted owls. Ecological Applications 2:3-17.
Noon, B. R., K. S. McKelvey, D. W. Lutz, W. S. LaHaye, R. J. Gutiérrez, and C. A. Moen. 1992. Estimates of demographic parameters and rates of population change. 175-186  Chapter 8 of USDA Forest Service Gen. Tech. Rep. PSW-GTR-133. National Parks Journal.
Noon, B. R., & K. S., McKelvey. 1992. Stability properties of the spotted owl metapopulation in southern california.  Chapter 9 page 187-206  USDA Forest Service Gen. Tech. Rep. PSW-GTR-133. National Parks Journal.
Noon, B. R., and J. R. Sauer 1992. Population-models for passerine birds – structure, parameterization, and analysis. Elsevier Appl Sci Publ Ltd, Barking Essex.
Murphy, D. D., and B. D. Noon. 1991. Coping with uncertainty in wildlife biology. Journal of Wildlife Management 55:773-782.
Noon, B. R., and K. Young. 1991. Evidence of continuing worldwide declines in bird populations – insights from an international-conference in New-Zealand. Conservation Biology 5:141-143.
Paton, P. W. C., C. J. Zabel, D. L. Neal, G. N. Steger, N. G. Tilghman, and B. R. Noon. 1991. Effects of radio tags on spotted owls. Journal of Wildlife Management 55:617-622.
Sakai, H. F., and B. R. Noon. 1991. Nest-site characteristics of Hammond and Pacific-slope flycatchers in northwestern California. Condor 93:563-574.
Wilson, R. A., P. Manley, and B. R. Noon. 1991. Covariance patterns among birds and vegetation in a California oak woodland. Proceedings of the Symposium on Oak Woodlands and Hardwood Rangeland Management 126:126-135.U.S. Department Of Agriculture Forest Service. Pacific Southwest Research Station.General Technical Report P S W, 31-n.
Hansen, A. J., S. Garman, B. R. Noon, and W. C. McComb. 1990. Responses of wildlife habitats to forest management and climate change – a modeling approach. Northwest Environmental Journal 6:419-420.
Noon, B. R., and C. M. Biles. 1990. Mathematical demography of spotted owls in the Pacific Northwest. Journal of Wildlife Management 54:18-27.
Noon, B. R., and  W. M. Block.  1990. Analytical Considerations of Study Design. Studies In Avian Biology 13:126-133.
Waters, J. R., B. R. Noon, and J. Verner. 1990. Lack of nest site limitation in a cavity-nesting bird community. Journal of Wildlife Management 54:239-245.
Miller, S. L., M. A. Gregg, A. R. Kuritsubo, S. M. Combs, M. K. Murdock, J. A. Nilsson, B. R. Noon, and R. G. Botzler. 1988. Morphometric variation in tundra swans – relationships among sex and age classes. Condor 90:802-815.
Miller, S. L., M. A. Gregg, A. R. Kuritsubo, S. M. Combs, M. K. Murdock, J. A. Nilsson, B. R. Noon and R. G. Botzler.1988. Morphometric variationin tundra swans: relationships among sex and age classes. Condor  90:802-815.
Noon, B.R., P.N. Manly, and R.A. Wilson. 1988. Silvicultural options in managed oak woodlands to benefit breeding birds. California Department of Forestry 102p.
Ralph, C.J., and B.R. Noon. 1988. Foraging interactions of small Hawaiian forest birds. Pages 1992-2006 in: ACTA XIX Congressus Internationalis Ornithologici. Vol. II. Ottawa, Canada: University of Ottawa Press.
Noon, and J. Waters. 1987. An investigation of the breeding habitat of cavity-nesting birds in a hardwood range habitat. Final report to University of California Hardwood Range Research Program. California Department of Forestry. 67p.
Noon, B.R. 1986. Summary: Biometric approaches to modeling – the researcher’s viewpoint. In: Verner, J., et al., eds., Wildlife 2000: Modeling Habitat Relationships of Terrestrial Vertebrates, 197-201. Madison, WI: University of Wisconsin Press.
Noon, B. R., D. K. Dawson, and J. P. Kelly. 1985. A search for stability gradients in North-American breeding bird communities. Auk 102:64-81.
Noon, B.R. 1984. Analysis of the compatibility of forest inventory and analysis data (USFS) as input to wildlife habitat relationship models. California Department of Forestry 49p.
Geissler, P.H., and B.R. Noon. 1981. Estimates of avian population trends from the North American Breeding Bird Survey. Studies in Avian Biology 6:42-51.
Nichols, J.D., B.R. Noon, S.L. Stokes, and J.E. Hines. 1981. Remarks on the use of mark-recapture methodology in estimating avian population size. Studies in Avian Biology 6:121-136.
Noon, B. R. 1981. The distribution of an avian guild along a temperate elevational gradient – the importance and expression of competition. Ecological Monographs 51:105-124.
Noon, B.R. 1981. Techniques for sampling avian habitat. Proc. of the Workshop: Use of Multivariate Statistics in the Study of Wildlife Habitat. April 23-25, 1980.  Pages 42-52 in: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service. Gen. Tech. Rep. RM-87.
Noon, B.R., D.K. Dawson, D.B. Inkley, C.S. Robbins, and S.H. Anderson. 1980. Consistency in habitat preference of forest bird species. Transactions of the north American Wildlife and Natural Resources Conference 45:226-244.
Noon, B. R., Deanna K., D., Douglas B., I., Chandler S., R., & H. A. Stanley.  1980. Consistency in habitat preference of forest bird species. North American Wildlife and Natural Resources Conference. Transactions, 45226-244.
Noon, B.R., V.B. Bingman, and J.P. Noon. 1979. The effects of change in habitat on northern hardwood forest bird communities. Pages 33-48 in: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service. Gen. Tech. Rep. NC-51.
Noon, B.R., and K.P. Able. 1978. A comparison of avian community structure in the northern and southern Appalachian Mountains. Pages 98-117 in: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service. Gen. Tech. Rep. SE-14.
Noon, B.R. 1977. The ecology of an avian ground-foraging guild in eastern montane forests. Ph.D. dissertation. State University of New York at Albany, Albany, NY.
Able, K. P., and B. R. Noon. 1976. Avian community structure along elevational gradients in northeastern United States. Oecologia 26:275-294.