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James C. Kroll

Kroll

Dr. James C. Kroll, Ph.D.

 

Henry M. Rockwell Chair in Forest Wildlife,

and Director, The Institute for White-tailed Deer Management & Research,

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Date of Birth: November 5, 1946             Place of Birth: Waco, Texas

Present Position: Director, Institute for White-tailed Deer Management and Research, Co-Director, Pineywoods Native Plant Center.

 

Academic Summary:

            Ph.D.              1973   Texas A&M University (Distinguished Graduate)

            M.S.                1970   Baylor University

            B.S.                 1969   Baylor University

Professional Experience:

 

2008-Present: Henry M. Rockwell Chair in Forest Wildlife Management

 

2004-2008: Director, Columbia Regional Geospatial Service Center.

 

1997-2008:  Director, Forest Resources Institute, College of Forestry, Stephen F. Austin State University.

 

1981-present:  Professor of Forest Wildlife and Director, Institute for White-tailed Deer Management and Research, College of Forestry, Stephen F. Austin State University. Now teach courses in wildlife habitat management, wildlife management techniques, wildlife ecology, land management planning, white-tailed deer ecology and management, introduction to forestry, and research methods. Also, direct a large on-going research project in white-tailed deer biology.

 

1975-present: Director, Institute for White-tailed Deer Management and Research, College of Forestry, Stephen F. Austin State University. Directs large research and management institute with one million dollar budget. Nationally known for excellence in research in deer biology, management and economics.

 

1973-1981:  Assistant and Associate Professor of Forest Wildlife, School of Forestry, Stephen F. Austin State University. Taught the following courses: wildlife management techniques, wildlife habitat management, natural history, advanced wildlife ecology and population dynamics, research methods, non-game management and wildlife photography.

 

When I came to SFASU, the wildlife curriculum consisted of two courses taught on a part-time basis by U.S. Forest Service personnel. I developed the curriculum to eight courses relating directly to wildlife, and organized the Student Chapter of the Wildlife Society.

 

1972    Assistant Professor of Biology, Salem College, West Virginia.  Taught undergraduate courses in the following: comparative anatomy, physiology, evolution, physiological ecology, histology and desert ecology.

 

1971   Laboratory instructor in ecology, herpetology and ichthyology, Texas A&M University. Taught laboratories to undergraduate majors in wildlife and fisheries. Also, worked with students in field ecological studies. Immediate supervisors: Drs. J. R. Dixon, R. J. Baldauf and D. R. Clark Jr.

 

1970   Instructor in Zoology, McLennan Community College. Taught freshman zoology at junior college level.

 

1970   Instructor in herpetology and  taxidermy, Strecker Museum. Taught introductory courses in herpetology and taxidermy to elementary aged children. Immediate supervisor: Dr. Bryce C. Brown.

 

1970   Laboratory instructor for anatomy and physiology, Baylor University. Taught human anatomy and physiology to nursing students. Immediate supervisor: Dr. Eugene Crowder.

 

1968   Laboratory assistant in zoology, Baylor University. Taught laboratories in introductory zoology. Immediate supervisor: Dr. J. F. Watkins II.

 

1967   Research assistant in predator-prey studies, Baylor University. Conducted research on the predator-prey interactions of blind snakes and army ants. Immediate supervisor: Dr. J. F. Watkins II.

 

Professional and Honorary Affiliations (Past & Present):

 

Society of American Foresters, Wildlife Society (Texas Chapter), Texas Forestry Association (Director), Texas Deer Association (Co-Founder), Southeast Deer Study Group, Southwestern Association of Naturalists, Sigma Xi, Beta Beta Beta, Phi Sigma Society, Texas Wildlife Association (Director), Texas System of Natural Laboratories (Director) and Xi Sigma Pi, Stephen F. Austin State University Research Committee, Center for Applied Studies Council, College of Forestry Faculty Alumni Committee.

 

Awards and Honors:

 

            2012   Nacogdoches County Agriculture Pioneer

2011   Muy Grande Hall of Fame

2009   Baylor University Outstanding Alumni Award

2007   Whitetail Country, ESPN2: Career Biography

2007   Research Contributions in Deer Management, ANGADI

2004   Golden Moose Award, Outdoor Channel (North American WHITETAILTelevision)

2003   Honors Award, NASA- Shuttle Columbia Disaster

2002   Golden Moose Award, Outdoor Channel, Journal of the Texas Trophy Hunters

2000    Distinguished Alumni – Waco Independent School

2000   Past-Presidents Award, Texas Deer Association

1997    Teaching Excellence Award

1995    Distinguished Professor Award

1995    Award for Excellence, Texas Outdoor Writers Association:

Whitetail Video Management Series; Magazine Articles

            1994   Texas Chapter, The Wildlife Society, Publication Award

1993    Educator of the Year, Lone Star Bowhunters

1993   Regents Professor, Research (SFASU

1992    Distinguished Professor Award

            1989   Buckhorn Hunting Club's Conservationist of the Year

            1985   Texas Forestry Association's Forestry Research Award

1980    Who's Who in the South and Southwest

1978    Best Book Publication, The Wildlife Society, for Role of

             Insectivorous Birds in the Forest

1977    Appreciation Award, National Rifle Association

1975   Elected to Xi Sigma Pi

            1974   Outstanding Educators in America

            1973   Distinguished Doctoral Graduate, Texas A&M University.

            1971   Environmental Defense Fund

            1971   Elected to Phi Sigma Society

1971   President, The Association of Graduate Wildlife and Fisheries Scientists. Organized first graduate organization in wildlife at TAMU. The Association grown to be an integral part of student-faculty relationships.

1971    Editor of ENVIRON

1971   Graduate teaching assistantship, Texas A&M University.

1970   NSF Trainee, Texas A&M University. I was awarded this traineeship based on academic and research record. I conducted research under NSF funding and published a number of papers.

1970   Graduate teaching assistantship, Baylor University.

1970   Elected to Sigma Xi

1969   Featured in Iscani Magazine, acknowledging research in pheromones.

1969   Elected to Beta Beta Beta

1969   NSF graduate research assistant to Drs. Watkins and Gehlbach, Baylor University. Conducted independent research and published papers with senior researchers. Major accomplishments include discovery of repellent compound (3-methyl indole) for ants, termites and snakes.

1968   Vice-president of Lamda Sigma Chi.

1967   NSF undergraduate research assistant to Drs. J. F. Watkins II and F. R. Gehlbach, Baylor University: Predator-prey interactions of army ants and blind snakes. Published as an undergraduate.

1965   Biology Award, Regional Science Fair. Sound communication in honey bees.

1964   President of University High School Science Club

 

Grants:

 

To date, approximately $20 million in funding has been acquired while at SFASU.

 

2009-10Food Plot Research Initiative- Arkansas County Seed Co.

2009   U.S. Congress, Department of Defense, Regional Geospatial Service Center System (SFA, Texas Tech, Lamar University and University of Texas, El Paso).

2009- Present: Campbell Group: Hunting club management assistance program.

1997-Present: South Texas Ranchers Consortium: Antler Development in Free-ranging Whitetails.

2007-present: Television monitoring of free-ranging whitetails. DeerChannel.com

2008   Campbell Group: Hunting club management assistance program.

2008   U.S. Congress, Department of Defense, Regional Geospatial Service Center System (SFA, Texas Tech, Lamar University and University of Texas, El Paso).

2008   Texas Commission on Environmental Quality: Critical   infrastructure mapping for small water systems in Texas.

2008   Texas Commission on Environmental Quality: Water district boundary mapping for small water systems in Texas.                 

2007   Texas Commission on Environmental Quality Critical Infrastructure Mapping Project

2007   U.S. Congress, Department of Defense, Regional Geospatial Service Center System (SFA, Texas Tech and University of Texas, El Paso)

            2006    U.S. Congress. Columbia Regional Geospatial Service Center

                         System (5 years)

            2005    U.S. Congress. Columbia Regional Geospatial Service Center

                         System (5 years).

1997-2007

            Hunting Club Management Assistance Program: Temple-Inland, Inc.

            1997   T.L.L. Temple Foundation Forestry Research Institute (5 years)

            1997   Conservation Fund Grant, Pope and Young Club. (2 years)

1996   Temple-Inland, Inc. The White-tailed Deer and Intensively Managed Southern Pine Plantations:  Impact on Population Density and Productivity. (Renewal)

1994    Game & Fish Publications

1994    Què Paso Ranch

1993    McIntyre-Stennis Federal Research, Ecology & Management of White-tailed Deer in the Southern Mixed Pine-Hardwood Forest

1994    1992   McIntyre-Stennis Federal Research,  Ecology & Management of White-tailed Deer in the Southern Mixed Pine-Hardwood Forest

1991   Temple-Inland, Inc. The White-tailed Deer and             Intensively Managed Southern Pine Plantations:  Impact on Population Density and Productivity.

1991   Multiple-use management of mixed pine-hardwood forests. Texas A&M Univ. coop. project.

1989   International Paper Co., Inc. Movements and Behavior of White-tailed Deer in an Intensively Managed Pine Plantation.

1988    International Paper Co., Inc. Movements and Behavior of White-tailed Deer in an Intensively Managed Pine Plantation.

1987   Management Strategies for White-tailed Deer on Private Non-industrial Forest Lands, Game & Fish Magazines/North American Whitetail Magazine

1986   Houston Safari Club. White-tailed Deer Research. Funded.

1985   Evaluation of habitat suitability models on Fort Benning, Ga. The potential for interspecific resource competition between white-tailed deer and feral hogs in the Post Oak Savannah  Region of Texas. Texas Parks & Wildlife Department.

1983   Ecological assessment of 2,4-D treatment on a pine hardwood ecosystem. Part II: Possible persistence and bio-magnification. USDA For. Serv. Nat. Agric. Prod. Assess. Prog. Funded. (2 years)

1978    Habitat inventory of the red-cockaded woodpecker.     U.S.F.S.

1977   Ecological impact of herbicidal timber stand improvement on vertebrates and invertebrates inhabiting the pine-hardwood forests of East Texas. U.S.F.S.

1975   Effects of woodpeckers (Picidae) on populations of the southern pine beetle (Scolytidae). C.S.R.S.-U.S. Forest Service.

1975   Red Wolf Documentary film. National Rifle Association.

1975   A radio-telemetric study on movements of white-tailed deer in East Texas. C.S.R.S.-McIntyre-Stennis.

1975   Red Wolf Documentary Film. Southl. Paper Mills Inc.

1974   Physiological ecology of the Plains Pocket Gopher. C.S.R.S.-McIntyre-Stennis.

1974   A radio-telemetric study of movements of captive-reared alligators when released into the wild. U. S. Fish & Wildlife Service.

1974   Effects of habitat manipulation on nesting success of the Golden-cheeked Warbler (Dendroica chrysoparia). U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service.

 

Theses and Dissertations Directed:

 

Deer use of gut piles in northeastern Michigan forest habitats. M.S. Thesis. John Varnell (2011 completion)

 

Economic analysis of private white-tailed deer management and breeding. M.S. Thesis. James Hudiburgh (2011 completion)

 

Using animal-mounted video cameras to study whitetail behavior. M.S. Thesis. Andy McCrady (2011 completion)

 

Using infrared-triggered cameras to census bobcat (Lynx rufus) in east Texas. M.S. Thesis. 2006,  Matthew Symmank (co-major professor).

 

Landscape Level Analysis of Rutting Behavior in White-tailed Deer. M.S. Thesis. 2004. Charles Anderson.

 

Monitoring Changes in Landscape Patterns of the Angelina National Forest, East Texas.  (Doc, Dissert.). 2000. Qingzhou Li.

 

Estrus Synchronization and Timed Artificial Insemination in Captive White-tailed Deer. (Thesis) J. D. Sellers, 1998.

 

Effects of Estrus Synchronization on Breeding of Captive White-tailed Deer. (Thesis). A. J. Smalling, 1998.

 

Prediction of Diet Quality Parameters of White-tailed Deer via Near  Infrared Reflectance Spectroscopy (NIRS) Fecal Profiling. (Masters Thesis). Scott E. Showers, Co-Operative with Texas A&M. 1997.

 

Infrared-Triggered Cameras For Censusing White-Tailed Deer. (Thesis). R. W. Browning, 1995

 

A Computerized Data Collection System For Studying Activity of White-tailed Deer. (Thesis). R. G. Skinner. 1994.

 

Movement and activity patterns of white-tailed deer on East Texas. (Thesis). D. E. Evans.  1992.

 

Response of native vegetation to fertilization in East Texas pine plantations. (Thesis). R. J. Bane.  1992.

 

Evaluation of supplemental forages for the white-tailed deer (Odocoileus virginianus) in East Texas. (Doc, Dissert.). 1991. B. J. Higginbotham.

 

Analysis of an optimum sustained yield management program for white-tailed deer in the southern mixed pine-hardwood forest. (Thesis). W. B. Goodrum. 1990.

 

            Genetic implications of intensive white-tailed deer management. (Doc.       Dissert.).  1989. W. A. Wall.

 

            The hunting club as a management unit. (Thesis). C. Evans. 1989.

 

Seasonal shifts in home range utilization by white-tailed deer. (Thesis). W. R. Green. 1988.

 

The potential for interspecific resource competition between white-tailed deer and feral hogs in the Post Oak Savannah Region of Texas. (Doc. Dissert.). G. K. Yarrow. 1987.

 

            Habitat structure and bird species diversity in seedtree and clear-cut           regeneration areas in East Texas. (Thesis). S. B. Hall. 1987.

 

            Wood duck nest site selection in East Texas. (Thesis). M. E. May. 1986

 

Foraging activity of white-tailed deer in East Texas. (Doc. Dissert.). 1984. R.L. Rayburn.

 

            A freshwater inventory of wetland plant communities on Sam Rayburn      Reservoir using remote sensing. 1981. S. G. Head.

 

Invertebrate abundance and diversity in young southern pine-hardwood forests. 1980. R. S. Bounds.

 

Colony site selection by red-cockaded woodpeckers in East Texas. (Thesis). 1980. B. A. Locke.

 

Avian diversity in various age pine forests in East Texas. (Doc. Dissert.). 1978.     R. M. Whiting.

 

Factors affecting summer activity of white-tailed deer, with consideration of track and spotlight counts. 1978. R. G. Braden.

 

Operational characteristics of commercial exotic big game hunting ranches in the U.S. (Thesis). 1975. J. R. Attebury.

 

Thermal ecology of the plains pocket gopher (Geomys bursarius) in East Texas, with consideration of evolutionary trends in Geomyidae. (Thesis) R. D. Montgomery. 1975.

 

 

Internships Directed:

 

           Turtle Lake Club, Hillman, Michigan (1 student annually)

Alico, Inc., Frost Proof, Florida (2 students)

Muy Grande Ranch, Gaylord, Michigan (1 student)

           Riser Ranch, George West, Texas, (1 student)

           4-Canyon Ranch, Uvalde, Texas (3 students)

 

Publications, Books:

 

Food Source Management for Whitetails, Intermedia Press. 203 pp. (Co-author)

 

Solving the Mysteries of Deer Movement, College of Forestry,  178 pp., (Co-author).

 

Aging and Judging Trophy Whitetails,  College of Forestry  204 pp. (best-seller status), 3 eds.

 

Managing Quality White-tailed Deer, (Chapter) Stackpole Books, Harrisburg, PA

 

            Amazing Whitetails,  (Introduction), Biggs Publishing, Ft. Worth, TX

 

            Deer, Stackpole Books, (3 chapters) Harrisburg, PA

 

The Art and Science of Patterning Whitetails,  2nd Edition,  College of Forestry 224 pp.

 

            The Southern Food Plot Manual, College of Forestry 138 pp

 

The Role of Insectivorous Birds in Forest Ecosystems. Academic Press, N.Y. (Co-edited).

 

            A Practical Guide to Producing and Harvesting White-tailed Deer. 

Arthur Temple College of Forestry Publ..  691 pp. (best-seller status) 6 eds.

 

            A Dictionary of Science. Hammond-Barnhart Publ., New York, N.Y. 1983 .

            740 p.p. (Co-authored)

 

Publications, Television Programs:

 

2004-Present: North American Whitetail Television. Outdoor

 Channel.Golden Moose Award.

 

2007. Journal of the Texas Trophy Hunters. Mens Outdoor Recreation

            Channel.

 

2007. The Cattle Channel. RFD Television.

 

2001                    Journal of the Texas Trophy Hunters. Outdoor Channel. Golden Moose Award (Chronic Wasting Disease).

 

            1978 Outdoor Magazine (PBS), Outstanding Television Program Award

 

1975-76         KTRE Television, Wildlife Heritage weekly program.

 

Publications, Internet:

 

2011   Dr. Deer.com. On-line education and deer management

 assistance.

2007. DeerChannel.com. Live narrated video from whitetails.

 

Publications, videos:

 

            Winchester Presents Dr. Deer, 3 DVD series, 13 shows

 

Whitetail Antlers. Intermedia, Inc. 70 minute DVD.

 

Food Source Management for Whitetails. Intermedia, Inc. One Hour DVD

 

            Dr. Deer’s Whitetail World, DeerChannel.com. DVD (Vols. 1-4)

 

            Building Your Own Whitetail Paradise, DeerChannel.com DVD (3 hours)

 

 

A Practical Guide to Producing and Harvesting White-tailed Deer:  Vol. 4, Scoring Trophy Whitetails.  Produced by Institute for White-tailed Deer        Management and Research.  1995.

 

A Practical Guide to Producing and Harvesting White-tailed Deer:  Vol. 3, Record-Keeping.  Produced by Institute for White-tailed Deer Management and Research.  1994.

 

A Practical Guide to Producing and Harvesting White-tailed Deer:  Vol. 2, Aging and Judging Trophy Whitetails.  Produced by Institute for White-tailed Deer Management and Research.  1993.

 

A Practical Guide to Producing and Harvesting White-tailed Deer:  Vol. 1, Food Plots and Supplemental Feeding.  Produced by Institute for White-tailed          Deer Management and Research.  1993.

 

Managing Trophy White-tailed Deer. P.B.S.’ Outdoor Magazine Series. (Note: this program won the best television program of the year by the Outdoor Writers of America). (co-authored)

 

            Producing and Harvesting Trophy Whitetails. Wildlife Heritage and                         Sportsman’s Prod. 1988. 1 hour.

 

 

Publications, journals and symposia:

 

Symmank, M, C. Comer and J. C. Kroll. 2011. Using infrared-triggered cameras to monitor activity of forest carnivores. Southeastern Naturalist. in press, (accepted 7-28-2011.).

 

Koerth, B. H., J. C. Kroll. 2010. White-tailed deer antler research: A response to Demarais and Strickland. J. Wildlife Manage. 74(2):198-202.

 

Symmank, M, C. Comer and J. C. Kroll. 2009. Using infrared-triggered cameras to census bobcat (Lynx rufus) in east Texas. SEAGFA Proc. (in press).

 

Unger, D., J. Kroll, I-Kaui Hung, J. Williams, D. Coble and J. Grogan. 2008. A standardized, cost-effective and repeatable remote sensing methodology to quantify forested resources in Texas. So. J. Appl. For. ( in press)

 

Koerth, B. H. and J. C. Kroll. 2008. Antler development in free-ranging white-tailed deer. J. Wildl. Manage. (in press)

 

Raines, J., J. Grogan, I-Kaui Hung and J. Kroll. 2008. Assessment of Landsat TM Band Combinations for Forest Cover Classification in East Texas. S. J. Appl. For. (in press).

 

Showers, S. E., J. W. Stuth, J. C. Kroll, and B. H. Koerth. 2006. Predicting diet quality of white-tailed deer via fecal profiling.  J. Range Manage.59:300-307.

 

Hung, I., Williams, J. M., Kroll, J. C., and Unger, D. R. 2004. Forest landscape changes in east Texas from 1974 to 2002. in Proc. 4th Southern For. & Natur. Res. GIS Conference, Athens, GA 16-17 Dec., 2004.

 

Koerth, B. H. and J. C. Kroll. 2000. That New Car Smell: Deer Response to Traditional and Non-Traditional Scents in Mock Scrapes. 23rd Annual Meeting Southeast Deer Study Group, Wilmington, NC.

 

Koerth, B. H, J. C. Kroll, and H. A. Jacobson. 1999. Using remote cameras in deer management. Deer 101: Deer Management from the Ground Up Symposium. Texas Agricultural Extension Service and Texas A&M University Department of Wildlife & Fisheries  Sciences. College Station, Texas. (accepted)

 

Koerth, B. H. and J. C. Kroll.  1999. Harvest management strategies for white-tailed deer.  Pages 79-87 in N. Wilkins, ed., Deer 101: Deer Management from the Ground Up. Texas Agricultural Extension Service and Texas A&M University Department of Wildlife & Fisheries Sciences. College Station, Texas.

 

Koerth, B. H., and J. C. Kroll.  1999. Bait type and timing for infrared-triggered camera counts of deer. Wildlife Society Bulletin.

 

Kroll, J.C.  1999.   Building your own 'deer factory':  Improving the cover on your hunting land.  North American Whitetail.  July.  Vol. 18, No. 3, pages 29-33.

 

Kroll, J. C., and B. H. Koerth. 1998. To cull or not to cull: A really good question! Pages 72-79 in D. Rollins, editor, The Role of Genetics in White-tailed Deer Management Symposium. Texas A&M University and the Texas Chapter, The Wildlife Society. College Station, Texas.

 

Randel, R. R., J. C. Kroll, A. J. Smalling, J. D. Sellers, and B. H. Koerth. 1998. Infusing new genes: Natural or artificial insemination? Pages 37-39 in D. Rollins, editor, The Role of Genetics in White-tailed Deer Management Symposium. Texas A&M University and the Texas Chapter, The Wildlife Society. College Station, Texas.

 

Showers, S., J. Stuth, B. H. Koerth, and J. C. Kroll. 1997. Prediction of Dietary Crude Protein of White-tailed Deer via NIRS Technology. 20th Annual SE Deer Study Group, Charleston, SC.

 

Jacobson, H. A., J. C. Kroll, R. W. Browning, B. H. Koerth, and M. H. Conway. 1997. Infrared-triggered cameras for censusing white-tailed deer. Wildlife Society Bulletin 25:547-556.

 

Koerth, B. H., C. D. McKown, and J. C. Kroll. 1997. Infrared-triggered camera versus helicopter counts of white-tailed deer. Wildlife Society Bulletin 25:557-562.

 

Koerth, B.H., C. D. McKown and J. C. Kroll, 1997 Infrared-triggered camera versus helicopter counts of white-tailed deer. Bull. Wildl.  Soc. 25(2):557-562.

 

Kroll, J.C. 1997. A Comparison of White-tailed Deer Fetal Aging Models. James C. Kroll and             Ben Koerth, 20th Annual  SE Deer Study Group, Charleston, SC.

 

Donahey, V., Kroll, J. C., and B. H. Koerth. 1997. Deer Populations and Management Opportunities on Small Private Land Holdings in Cherokee County, Texas: A Case Study.  20th Annual SE Deer Study Group, Charleston, SC.

 

John C. Patton, LGL Ecological Genetics, James C. Kroll and Ben Koerth, 1996. Empirical Testing of Transmission Genetics and Sire Determination Using a Panel of Microsatellite Loci. 19th SE Deer Study Group.

 

Higginbotham, B. J., and J. C. Kroll. 1995. Evaluation of warm season forages for white-tailed deer. SE Assoc. Fish & Wildl. Agencies.

 

Kroll, J. C.  1995. Shoot from the hip session:  high fences, pro or con?  18th Annual Meeting of the Southeast Deer Study Group Meeting.  San Antonio, TX.  (Abstract)

 

Kroll, J. C., and H. A. Jacobson.  1995.  The white-tailed deer-the most managed and mismanaged species.  18th Annual Meeting of the Southeast Deer Study Group.  San Antonio, TX.  (Abstract)

 

Jacobson, H. A., and J. C. Kroll.  1994.  The white-tailed deer-the most managed and mismanaged species.  3rd International Congress on the Biology of Deer.  Edinburgh, Scotland. 

 

Skinner, R. G., J. C. Kroll, P. Dickson, and S. Dickson.  1994.  A computerized data collection system for studying activity of white-tailed deer.  17th Annual Meeting of the Southeast Deer Study Group.  Charlottesville, VA.  (Abstract)

 

Koerth, B. H., J. C. Kroll, M. H. Conway, and C. D. McKown.  1994.  Comparison of infrared-triggered camera and replicated helicopter census of white-tailed deer in South Texas.  17th Annual Meeting of the Southeast Deer Study Group.  Charlottesville, VA.  (Abstract)

 

Jacobson, H. A., J. C. Kroll, R. W. Browning, B. H. Koerth, and M. H. Conway.  1994.  An update on infrared-triggered cameras for censusing white-tailed deer.  17th Annual Meeting of the Southeast Deer Study Group.  Charlottesville, VA.  (Abstract)

 

Kroll, J. C., and J. F. Bullock.  1994.  These were the good ole days:  A new paradigm for white-tailed deer management.  17th Annual Meeting of the Southeast Deer Study Group.  Charlottesville, VA.  (Abstract)

 

Bullock, J. F., and J. C. Kroll.  1994.  A slow extinction from apathy, indifference, and undernourishment.  17th Annual Meeting of the Southeast Deer Study Group.  Charlottesville, VA.  (Abstract)

 

Kroll, J. C., and R. Bane.  1993.  Response of Native Vegetation to Fertilization in East Texas Pine Plantations.  16th Annual Meeting of the Southeast Deer Study Group.  Jackson, MS. (Abstract)

 

Bullock, J. F., R. J. Hamilton, and J. C. Kroll.  1993.  It's hard to convert the congregation when the preacher doesn't understand the sermon.  16th Annual Meeting of the Southeast Deer Study Group.  Jackson, MS.  (Abstract)

 

Legg, M., D. C. Guynn, Jr., J. C. Kroll, M. H. Conway, and B. H. Koerth.  1993.  Hunting Clubs in East Texas and the Southeastern U.S.:  Demographics and Attitudes of Lessees.  Texas Chapter of the Wildlife Society, Denton, TX (Abstract)

 

Koerth, B. H., J. C. Kroll, and G. Fearneyhough.  1993.  Tick-borne Diseases in White-tailed Deer in East Texas.  16th Annual Meeting Southeast Deer Study Group.  Jackson, MS. (Abstract)

 

Kroll, J.C., and R. Bane.  1993.  Response of Native Vegetation to Fertilization in East Texas Pine Plantations.  16th Annual Meeting Southeast Deer Study Group.  Jackson, MS. (Abstract)

 

Jacobson, H. A., J. C. Kroll, B. H. Koerth, and R. Browning.  1993.  Infrared-Triggered Cameras for Censusing White-tailed Deer.  16th Annual Meeting Southeast Deer Study Group.  Jackson, MS. (Abstract)

 

Evans, D. E. and J. C. Kroll.  1993.  Movement and Activity Patterns of

White-tailed Deer in East Texas.  16th Annual Meeting Southeast Deer Study Group. Jackson, MS. (Abstract)

 

Kroll, J. C.  1992.  Managing whitetails on your land: A Blueprint.  115-131 pp in Cohen, W. E. ed. Proc. 1992 white-tailed deer short course. Dep. Wildl. and Fish. Mississippi State Univ., Mississippi State., MS.  131 pp.

 

Kroll, J. C.  1992.  Managing white-tails on your land:  a blueprint. pp 115-131 in Cohen, W. E. ed. Proc.  1992 white-tailed deer short course. Dep. Wildl. and Fish. Mississippi St. Univ., Mississippi St., MS 131pp.

 

Higginbotham, B. J., and J. C. Kroll.  1991.  Supplemental Management for East Texas.  14th Annual Meeting, SE Deer Study Group.

 

Kroll, J. C. 1990. Are streamside areas attractive to white-tailed deer?  11-12 pp. in 13th Annual Meeting,  SE Deer Study Group, Pipestem, WV.  26 pp.

 

Yarrow, G. K., and J. C. Kroll. 1989. Coexistence of white-tailed deer and feral hogs: management implications.  13-14 pp. in 12th Annual Meeting, SE Deer Study Group.  Oklahoma City, OK.  22pp.

 

Higginbotham, B. J., and J. C. Kroll. 1989. Warm and cool season food plot strategies for southern white-tails: a two-year progress report. pp 18-19. in 12th Annual Meeting, SE Deer Study Group.  Oklahoma City, OK.  22 pp.

 

Goodrum, W. D., J. C. Kroll, D. R. Dietz, and D. Stanley.  1989.  Development of an optimum sustained yield management system for the southern mixed pine-hardwood forest. pp. 8-9 in 12th Annual Meeting, SE Deer Study Group.             Oklahoma City, OK.  19 pp.

 

Evans, C., and J. C. Kroll. 1989. Hunting clubs: who are they and what are they doing? p. 7 in 12th Annual Meeting, SE Deer Study Group.  Oklahoma City, OK.  22 pp.

 

M. E. May, and J. C. Kroll.  1989  . Wood duck nest site selection in East Texas.  43rd Annual S. E. Assoc. Fish & Wildl. Agen. 380-388 pp.

 

J. C. Kroll. (in press).Wildlife Resource Notes: White-tailed Deer, Biotelemetry.  U.S. Army Corps. Engin.

 

Wall, W. A., and J. C. Kroll. 1988. Calculating effective population size for managing white-tailed deer populations. p. 3 in 11th Annual Meeting, SE Deer Study Group. Paducah, KY.  26 pp.

 

Kroll, J. C., and B. J. Higginbotham. 1988. Evaluation of supplemental forages for white-tailed deer in eastern Texas. pp 19-20 in llth Annual Meeting, SE Deer Study Group. Paducah, KY.  26 pp.

 

Kroll, J. C. 1988. The white-tailed deer in the mixed pine-hardwood forest: a practical approach to management. Proc. Tall Timbers Game Bird Seminar. pp. 37-52.

 

Wall, W. A., and J. C. Kroll.  1988.  The Biology and Sociology of a mandated Quality Deer Management Program.  11th Annual Meeting Southeast Deer Study Group.  Paducah, KY.  (Abstract)

 

Rayburn, R. L., Q. L. Youngblood, and J. C. Kroll. 1987. Testing use of telemetry to detect habitat selectivity in white-tailed deer. p. 13 in 10th Annual Meeting, SE Deer Study Group. Gulf Shores, AL.  30 pp.

 

            Kulhavy, D. L., K. G. Watterston, J. C. Kroll, and J. R. Meeker. 1987.

            Management and pest management considerations on droughty soils: four

year results. pp 559-562. in  E. Shoulders, ed. Proc. Third Biennial Silvicultural  Res. Conf., USDA Forest Service, So. For. Exp. Stn. Gen. Tech. Rep. SE-42.

 

            Rayburn, R. L., J.C. Kroll, and D. E. Evans. 1986. Foraging strategies and             management of southern white-tailed deer. pp 8-9. in 9th Annual Meeting,     SE Deer Study Group., Gatlinburg, TN.  20 pp.

 

Wall, W. A,, J. C. Kroll, W.D. Goodrum, and D. Whitehouse. 1986. Do differential harvest strategies affect genetic variability in white-tailed deer populations? pp1-2 in 9th Annual Meeting, SE Deer Study Group. Gatlinburg, TN. 20 pp.

 

Kroll, J.C., P. J. Behrman, and W. D. Goodrum.1986. Twenty-seven years of over-browsing: implications to white-tailed deer management.  pp 6-7 in  9th Annual Meeting, SE Deer Study Group. Gatlinburg, TN.  20 pp.

 

Kroll, J.C. 1985. Electric fences to control deer movements. p. 8 in 6th Annual Meeting, SE Deer Study Group. Athens, GA.  27 pp.

 

Kroll, J. C .,  W. C. Deauman, C. D. Foster, D. L. Kulhavy, and D. Tracey. 1984.   Survival of pines on droughty soils: two year results.  Proc. 3rd Biennial So. Silvicul. Res. Conf.

 

Conner, R. N., J. C. Kroll, and D. L. Kulhavy. 1983. Decay of girdled and 2,4-D  injected southern red oaks (Quercus falcata) and their potential as woodpecker nesting trees. South. J. Appl. For. 7:125-128.

 

Rayburn, R. L., J. C. Kroll, and D. E. Evans. 1983. Seasonal deer use of east        Texas timber stands. pp. 20-21 in  6th Annual Meeting, SE Deer Study Group.  Athens, GA. 27 pp.

 

Kroll, J. C., R. L. Rayburn, and D. E. Evans. 1983. Factors affecting home range size  in white-tailed deer. pp. 21-22 in 6th Annual Meeting, SE Deer Study             Group.  Athens, GA. 27 pp.

 

 

Kroll, J. C.1982. Seasonal changes in white-tailed deer activity areas. p. 17 in 5th Annual             Meeting, SE Deer Study Group. Charleston, SC.  24 pp.

 

            Kroll, J.C. 1981. Habitat preferences of white-tailed deer in upland mixed pine-hardwood forests: spring and summer. p. 8 in 4th Annual Meeting, SE Deer Study Group. Tallahassee, FL.  20 pp.

 

Kroll, J.C. 1981. Comparison of six home range estimate techniques for white-tailed deer. pp. 12-13 in 4th Annual Meeting, SE Deer Study Group. Tallahassee, FL.  20 pp.

 

Kroll, J.C. 1981. Maximum productivity strategy for white-tailed deer management.  13-14 in4th Annual Meeting, SE Deer Study Group. Tallahassee, FL. 20 pp.

 

Kroll JC. (1980). Habitat Requirements of the Golden-Cheeked Warbler Dendroica-Chrysoparia Management Implications. Journal of Range Management. 33(1): 60-65

Kroll, J.C. and R. Fleet. 1978. Impact of woodpecker predation on over-wintering populations of southern pine beetles. in Roles of Insectivorous Birds in Forest Ecosystems. Acad. Press, N.Y.

 

Conner, R. N. J. C. Kroll, and D. L. Kulhavy. 1977. The potential of girdled and 2,4-D-injected southern red oaks as woodpecker            nesting and foraging sites. South. J. Appl. For. 7(3): 125-128 pp.

 

 

Kroll, J. C. 1978. Live-capturing Texas white-tailed deer by drug immobilization. J. Amer. Trophy Hunter. Winter 1978-79: 22,49 pp.

 

            Kiroll, J. C. 1978. Timberdoodles in East Texas. Tex. Hunters Dir.  1978.

 

Kroll, J. C., and H. C. Reeves. 1978. A simple model for predicting annual numbers of southern pine beetle    infestations for East Texas. South. J. Appl. For. 2(2): 62-64(3)

 

Kroll, J. C. and R. Fleet. 1978. Woodpeckers and the Southern Pine Beetle. USDA Forest Service Bull. (color).

 

Attebury, J. T. , J. C. Kroll, M. H. Legg. 1977. Operational characteristics of exotic big game hunting ranches. Wildl. Soc. Bull. 5(4): 179-184.          Biotic survey of Memorial Park, Houston, TX. Univ. Tex. Press. 12 pp.

 

Kroll, J. C. 1977. Status of the White-tailed Deer in Texas. Tex. Hunters Dir. 1977.

 

            Kroll, J. C. 1977. The wild Boar. Tex. Hunters Dir. 1977.

 

Clark, D. R., Jr., and J. C. Kroll. 1977. Effects of DDE on experimentally poisoned free-tailed bats (Tadarida brasiliensis): Lethal brain concentrations. Tox. Environ. Health 3:863-871.*

 

Kroll, J. C. 1977. Honduras: In search of a rare bird. Amer. Ang. (Jan.-Feb.).

 

Kroll, J.C. and J.W. Albert, 1977. A telemetry system for measuring stomach PH in free ranging animals. p. 77-84 in F.M. Long (ed.) Proc. 1st Int. Conf.  Biotelemet. (Laramie, WY).

 

Kroll, J. C. 1977. Self-wounding while death feigning in western hognose snakes. Copeia 1977: 372-373.

 

Kroll, J. C. 1976. The green salamander. Virginia Wildl. Mag. (November) 1976.

 

Kroll, J. C. 1976. Feeding adaptations of hognose snakes. Southwest. Natur. 20(4): 537-557.

 

J. W. Martin, and J. C. Kroll. 1975. Food storing in yellow-bellied sapsuckers. Wilson Bull. 196-204.

 

Kroll, J. C., and M. H. Legg. 1975. An economic analysis of turkey management, state and private. in 3rd Nat. Turkey Symp. Feb. 1975: 227 pp.

 

Kroll, J. C. 1975. Mole Salamander. Tex. Parks & Wildl. Mag. (May) 1975.

 

Kroll, J. C. and J. Martin. 1975. Hoarding of corn by golden-fronted woodpeckers. Wilson Bull. 87(4): 553.

 

Kroll, J. C. 1974. White-footed mouse. Wonderful West Virginia Mag. (June) 1974.Kroll, J. C. 1974. A vertebrate survey of Blue Elbow Natural Area. Univ. Tex. Press. 30 pp.

 

Kroll, J. C. 1974. Vertebrate survey of Harrison Bayou Natural Area. Univ. Tex. Press. 10 pp.

 

Kroll, J. C. 1974. A vegetation survey of Blue Elbow Natural Area. Univ. Tex. Press. 10 pp.

 

Clark, D. R., Jr., and J. C. Kroll. 1974. Thermal ecology of anoline lizards: Temperate versus tropical strategies. Southwest. Natur. 19(1): 9-19.

The snake that plays possum. Tex. Parks & Wildl. Mag. (October) 1972: 6-11.

 

Dixon, J. R., and J. C. Kroll. 1974. Resurrection of the generic name Paroedura for the Geckos of Madagascar, and description of a new species. Copeia 1974(1): 24-30. Phyllodactylus

 

Clark, D. R., Jr.  and J. C. Kroll. 1973. Litter size and parturition behavior in Sistrurus miliarus streckeri. Herp. Rev. 9(1):11.         

 

Kroll, J. C. 1973. Growth rate and ontogeny of thermoregulation in nestling great-tailed grackles. Condor 75(2): 190-199.       Fabulous Faker. Wonderful West Virginia Mag. (June) 1973.

 

Kroll, J. C. 1973. Hognosed Snake, reprinted in Wonderful West Virginia Mag. from Tx. Parks & Wildl. Mag. (May) 1973.

 

Kroll, J. C. 1973. Thermogenic cycles in Opheodrys vernalis and Elaphe obsoleta. West Virginia Acad. Sci. 45(1): 77-81.

 

Kroll, J. C. 1973. Marbled Salamander. Tx. Parks & Wildl. Mag. (November) 1973.

 

Kroll, J. C. 1973. An unusually short incubation period in Killdeer. West Virginia Acad. Sci.             45(1).

 

Kroll, J. C. 1973. Taste buds in the oral epithelium of the blindsnakes, Leptotyphlops dulcis. Southwest. Natur. 17(4): 365-370.

 

Kroll, J. C. , D. R. Clark, Jr., and J. Albert. 1973. A radio-telemetry system for the study of thermoregulation in free-ranging snakes. Ecology 54(2): 454-456.

 

Kroll, J. C., K. A. Arnold, R. F. Gotie. 1973. Native fire ant predation on nestling barn swallows. Wilson Bull. 85(4): 478-      479.

 

Kroll, J. C. 1973. Book Review: Amphibians and Reptiles of Texas. G. O. Raun and F. R. Gehlbach. Southwest. Natur. 17(2): 217-219.

 

 

Kroll, J. C., and J. R. Dixon. 1972. A new sense organ in the gekkonid genus,Gerrhopygus group). Herpetologica. 28(2): 113-122. ( Phyllodactylus

 

Watkins, J. F., II, F. R. Gehlbach, and J. C. Kroll. 1971. Pheromone trail-following studies of typhlopid, letotyphlopid, and colubrid snakes. Behavior (1971): 283-294.

 

Kroll, J. C. 1971. Bird Dog Among the Huns. Tex. Parks & Wildl. Mag. August (1971): 16-18.

 

Kroll, J. C. 1971. Observations of male combat among Great Plains ground snakes (Sonora). Tex. J. Sci. 23(2): 300. episcopa

 

Kroll, J. C., and H. W. Reno.  1971. A re-examination of the cloacal gland and sacs of Leptotyphlops dulcis. J. Morph. 133(3): 273-281.

 

Watkins, J. F., II, F. R. Gehlbach, and J. C. Kroll. 1969. Intra- and inter-specific relations of blind snakes (Leptotyphlops dulcis) and army ants (Neivamyrmex nigrescens). Ecology 50(6): 1098-1102.

 

Watkins, J. F., II, F. R. Gehlbach, and J. C. Kroll. 1969.Observations of carabid beetles, Helluomorphoides texanus, in army ant columns and laboratory observations of their behavior. J. Kans. Entomol. Soc. 42(4): 452-456.

 

Publications, Recent Popular:

 

Dr. Kroll is staff writer for two magazines: North American WHITETAIL Magazine and the Journal of the Texas Trophy Hunter. His columns are, respectively: Dr. Deer’s Whitetail World (NAWT) and Dr. Deer’s Views (TTHA).  In addition, he regularly contributes to numerous popular magazines, accumulating about 20 article titles per year. Due to the very large volume of this work, these publications are omitted; however, titles can be supplied if needed.

 

Publications, Past Popular:

 

Koerth, Ben H. and Kroll, J. C.  2000. Building Your Own ‘Deer Factory ’ Fine –Tuning Your Own Deer Herd.  North American Whitetail.  November Issue. Pages 34 - 36.

Kroll, J.C., and Ben H. Koerth.2000. Building Your Own ‘Deer Factory ’ Using Doe Harvest To Build Your Herd. North American Whitetail.  October Issue.Pages 53 – 58.

_____. Forum. North American Whitetail. September Issue.

Pages 74, 76-77.

_____, and Koerth Ben  H.2000. Building Your Own ‘Deer Factory ’ Food Plots For Better Hunting. North American Whitetail.  September Issue. Pages 29-32.

_____. 2000 Forum. North American Whitetail.  October Issue. Pages 74 – 75.

_____. 2000. Do your food plots make the grade? North American Whitetail. August issue. Vol. 19, No. 4. Pages 46-51.

_____, and Koerth B. H.  2000. Infrared-triggered cameras: A revolution in deer management technology. The Journal of the Texas Trophy Hunters. March/April issue. Vol. 25, No. 2. Pages 20, 22, 24, 26, 30.

_____.   2000. Getting the most from your infrared cameras. Quality Whitetails. Vol. 7, Issue 2. Pages 9-11.

 

_____. 2000. Building your own 'deer factory' Aging The Deer On Your Hunting Land. North American Whitetail.  January Issue.

 

_____. 2000.  Aging Whitetails Before The Shot. North American Whitetail.   February.

_____. 1999. Building your own ‘deer factory’ Bag More Does, Grow More Bucks! North American Whitetail.  November Issue.  Pages 53-58.

 

_____. 1999. Building your own ‘deer factory’ Proper Buck Harvest For A Healthy Herd. North American Whitetail.  October Issue.  Pages 46-51.

 

_____. 1999. Building your own ‘deer factory’ Better Deer Forage When You Can’t Plant.  North American Whitetail.  September Issue.  Vol. , pages  53-58.

 

_____. 1999. Building Your Own ‘Deer Factory’: Spring Food Plots for a Better Herd. North American Whitetail. February. pp 29-31.

 

_____.1998.  Building Your Own ‘Deer Factory’: Harvesting Records Can Help Your Herd. North American Whitetail. December. pp 34-37.

 

_____.1998.  Building Your Own ‘Deer Factory’: Grow Better Forage In Your Deer Woods. North American Whitetail. November. pp 46-51.

 

_____.1998. Building Your Own ‘Deer Factory’: Supplemental Feeding for Fall and Winter. North American Whitetail. October. pp 46-51.

 

_____.1998. Building Your Own ‘Deer Factory’: Growing Deer Food in the Cool Season. North American Whitetail. September. pp 51-59.

 

_____.1998. Building Your Own ‘Deer Factory’: Laying Out Your Whitetail Habitat. North American Whitetail. August. pp 38-44.

 

_____.1998. Building Your Own ‘Deer Factory’: Are Your Deer On a Healthy Diet. North American Whitetail. August. pp 46-51.

 

_____.1998. Building Your Own ‘Deer Factory’: Is Your Property Good Deer Habitat? North American Whitetail. July. pp 53-59.

 

_____. 1998. Going to Extremes for Big Whitetails. North American Whitetail. February. pp 28-31.

 

_____.1998. Building Your Own ‘Deer Factory’: How a Deer Manager Did the ‘Impossible’. North American Whitetail. January. pp 53-56.

 

_____.1997. Key Fundamentals of Managing Your Deer, North American Whitetail. December. pp 34-37.

 

_____.1997. How To Become A Deer Detective, Part II, North American Whitetail. December. pp 20-26.

 

_____.1997. How To Become A Deer Detective, Part I, North American Whitetail. November. pp 29-33.

 

_____.1997. Spying On Deer, Part III. North American Whitetail. October. pp 47-50.

 

_____.1997. Spying On Deer, Part II. North American Whitetail. September. pp 28-31.

_____.1997. Spying On Deer, Part I. North American Whitetail. August. pp 20-13.

 

_____.1997. Solving The Riddle of Deer Movement, Part VII, North American Whitetail. February. pp 38-43.

 

_____.1997. Solving The Riddle of Deer Movement, Part VI, North American Whitetail. January.pp20-22.

 

_____.1996. Solving The Riddle of Deer Movement, Part V. North American Whitetail. December. pp 39-43.

 

______.1996. Solving The Riddle of Deer Movement, Part IV. North American Whitetail. November. pp 20-26.

 

______.1996. Solving The Riddle of Deer Movement, Part III. North American Whitetail. October . pp 38-40.

 

______.1996. Solving The Riddle of Deer Movement, Part II. North American Whitetail, September. pp 20-26.

 

______.1996. Solving The Riddle of Deer Movement, Part I. North American Whitetail, August. pp 20-26.

 

_____.  1995. Better nutrition means better deer! part 1.  North American Whitetail.  December.  pp50-51.

 

______.1995. The Many Faces of the Whitetail! Part II, North American

Whitetail, September. pp 38-45.

 

_____. 1995. The Many Faces of the Whitetail! Part I.  North American Whitetail. August.  pp 34, 36, 72-75.

 

_____. 1995. Hunting and the Texas Economy. Lone Star Bowhunter. May/June 1995. pp 36-38.

 

_____.  1995.  Better nutrition means better deer!  part 3.  North American Whitetail.  February.  pp21-26.

 

_____.  1995.  40 feet of antlers in one season!  North American Whitetail.  February.  pp68-69, 78-79.

 

_____.  1995.  Leap of faith.  Journal of the Texas Trophy Hunters.  January/February.  pp106, 109-110.

 

_____.  1995.  Better nutrition means better deer!  part 2.  North American Whitetail.  January.  pp35-36, 72-73.

 

_____.  1994.  High-tech whitetails.  North American Whitetail.  November.  pp46-51.

 

_____.  1994.  A biologist's view on the new world record.  North Americn Whitetail.  October.  pp38-45.

 

_____.  1994.  Scents, no-scents & good scense.  Journal of the Texas Trophy Hunters.  September/October.  pp106-110.

 

_____.  1994.  Managing For Better Deer Hunting Part II.  Texas Sportsman.  August.  pp44-51.

 

_____.  1994.  Managing For Better Deer Hunting Part I.  Texas Sportsman.  July.  pp37-59.

 

_____.  1994.  Whitetails By The Book.  American Hunter.  April. 

pp36-38, 57.

 

_____.  1994.  All-Day Tactics For Trophy Bucks.  North American Whitetail.  January.  pp34-37.

 

_____.  1993.  Small Lands, Big Whitetails Part II.  North American Whitetail.  October.  pp34-38, 72-75.

 

_____.  1993.  Small Lands, Big Whitetails Part I.  North American Whitetail.  September.  pp34-37, 72-75.

 

_____.  1993.  Hunting's Window of Opportunity.  North American Whitetail.  August.  pp 52-59.

 

_____.  1993.  Is There Hope for the Post Oak?  North American Whitetail. June.  pp 24-27, 52-53.

 

_____, and H. Jacobson.  1993.  Cull or Keep?  North American Whitetail.  January.  pp 45-51, 74-75.

 

_____.  1993.  Where do the Big Bucks Roam?  Southern Whitetail Journal.  1 (6): 18-23.

 

_____.  1992.  Common-Sense Deer Calling.  North American Whitetail. November.  pp 24-27, 66-71.

 

_____.  1992.  Knowledge Zones Key to Stand Selection.  North American Whitetail.  October.  pp 24-28, 81-83.

 

_____.  1992.  Toward a New Whitetail Ethic -- Part 2.  North American

Whitetail.  August.  pp 52-60. 

 

_____.  1992.  Toward A New Whitetail Ethic_Part 3.  North American Whitetail.  September.  pp 28-30, 92-95.

 

_____.  1992.  Aggressivse Buck Hunting.  North American Whitetail. 

August.  pp 36-44.

 

_____.  1992.  Toward a New Whitetail Ethic -- Part 1.  North American Whitetail.  July.  pp 24-27, 66-67.

 

_____.  1992.  The Accidental Trophy.  Southern Whitetail Journal. 

1 (1): 19-21.

_____.  1992.  Stress Periods for Does.  Southern Whitetail Journal.  1 (2): 4-6.

 

_____.  1992.  Desperate Moves For Big Bucks.  North American Whitetail.  pp 24-27, 66-67.

 

_____.  1991.  Tuning in a Trophy Buck.  North American Whitetail.  December.  pp 36-42.

 

_____.  1991.  What Happened To The East Texas Deer?  Texas Sportsman.  pp 28-30, 60-61.

 

_____.  1991.  Land of the Giants.  North American Whitetail.  September.  pp 44-47, 74-75.

 

_____.  1991.  The Mental Game.  North American Whitetail.  August. 

pp 36-44.

 

_____.  1991.  Techniques for Pre-Rut Bucks.  The Journal of the Texas Trophy Hunters.  July/August.  pp 65-67.

 

_____.  1991.  Boot Camp For Deer Hunters.  North American Whitetail.  July.  pp 36-43.

 

_____.  1991.  Better Know Your Does.  Louisiana Game & Fish.  July. 

pp 33-35

 

_____.  1991.  Wild Hogs in Texas: The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly.  Texas Sportsman.  June.  pp 28-31.

 

_____, and G. Kronrad.  1991.  Getting the Best Deal on Your Texas Deer Lease.  Texas Sportsman.  May.  pp 28-32.

 

_____.  1991.  The Streamside Connection.  North American Whitetail.  February.  pp 36-39.

 

_____.  1990.  A New Age for Camouflage.  The Journal of the Texas Trophy Hunters.  November-December.  pp 9-12, 14.

 

_____.  1990.  Your Guide to Whitetail Nutrition -- Part 4.  North American Whitetail.  November.  pp 44-47, 74-75.

 

_____.  1990.  Texas Whitetail Diet -- Part 2: Supplemental Feeding.  Texas Sportsman.  July.  pp 28-32.

 

_____.  1990.  Texas Whitetail Diet -- Part 1: Natural Forage.  Texas Sportsman.  June.  pp 28-32.

 

_____.  1990.  Scouting Texas’ Post-Season Bucks.  Texas Sportsman.  February.  pp 36-39, 54-55.

 

_____.  1990.  What’s Ahead in Deer Research?.  North American Whitetail.  January.  pp 14-18.

 

_____.  1989. The Rut Quiz. N. Amer. Whitetail. December.

 

_____.  1989.  Test Your Rut I.Q.  North American Whitetail.  December. 

pp 36-38, 40-43.

 

_____.  1989.  World-Class Whitetails -- Freaks in Every Way!.  North American Whitetail.  November.  pp 14-16, 18-19.

 

_____.  1989.  Special Texas Deer Section -- Part 2.  Texas Sportsman.  November.  pp 20-24.

 

_____.  1989. Big Bucks, Freaks in Every Way. N. Amer. Whitetail. November.

 

_____.  1989. Texas Deer Forecast, Parts I  & II. Tex. Sportsman. October-

November.

 

_____.  1989.  Special Texas Deer Section -- Part 1.  Texas Sportsman.  October.  pp 20-22, 49.

 

_____.  1989.  Serious Scouting -- Part 3: Finding Your Buck.  North American Whitetail.  September.  pp 24-27, 66-67.

 

_____.  1989.  Serious Scouting -- Part 2: The Best Tract of Land.  North American Whitetail.  August.  pp 52-54, 56-59.

 

_____.  1989. Serious Scouting: Part 2, Narrowing Down Your Choice. N.Amer. Whitetail. August.

 

_____. 1989. Serious Scouting: Part 1, Finding the Right Territory. N.Amer. Whitetail. July.

 

_____.  1989.  Are You Hunting the Right Buck?.  North American Whitetail.  January.  pp 24-28.

 

_____.  1988. Scouting as You Hunt. N. Amer. Whitetail. December.

 

_____.  1988. Wildlife: More than just public relations. Parts 1-5. Tex. For.

 

_____.  1988. Slingshot Bucks. BuckMaster’s Magazine. November.

 

_____.  1988.  ‘The Ghost’ of Boggy Slough.  North American Whitetail.  November.  pp 44-47, 90-91.

 

_____.  1988.  To be a Trophy Hunter.  North American Whitetail.  August.  pp 44-48.

 

_____.  1988.  Timing Your Tactics.  North American Whitetail.  August. 

pp 8-12, 62-63.

 

_____.  1988.  Anticosti Adventure.  North American Whitetail.  July. 

pp 24-27, 76-77.

 

_____.  1988.  Winter Ways for Whitetails.  Texas Sportsman.  February. 

pp 42-48.

 

_____. 1987. Stand-Hunting the Rut, Part II. N. Amer. Whitetail. November.

 

_____. 1987. Shooting Your Buck: The Art & Science, Part II. N. Amer.

Whitetail. November.

 

_____.  1987.  Stand-Hunting the Rut -- Part 1.  North American Whitetail.  October.  pp 8-11, 74.

 

_____.  1987.  Shooting Your Buck: The Art & The Science -- Part 1.  North American Whitetail.  October.  pp 44-47, 90-91.

 

_____. 1987. Big Bucks of the Boggy Slough. Tex. Sportsman. October.

 

_____. 1987. Find the Feeding Pattern for Early-Season Bucks. N. Amer. Whitetail. October.

 

_____.  1987.  How Antlers Grow.  North American Whitetail.  October. 

pp 48-49, 51-52, 72-73.

 

_____. 1987. Feeding Pattern for Early-Season Bucks. N. Amer. Whitetail

October.

 

_____.  1987.  Turning Back the Clock on Nocturnal Bucks.  North American Whitetail.  September.  pp 30-36.

 

_____.  1987.  The Day Deer Hunting Died.  Buckmasters Whitetail Magazine.  September.  pp 16-18, 32-33, 37.

 

_____.  1987.  Patterning Your 1987 Buck.  North American Whitetail.  August.  pp 28-29, 31-33.

 

_____. 1987. How to Organize a Deer Club. N. Amer. Whitetail. February.

 

_____. 1986. Safe Zones and Travel Corridors, The Secret to Trophy

White-tail Hunting. N. Amer. Whitetail. December.

 

_____.  1986.  Timing the East Texas Rut.  Texas Sportsman.  November. pp 34-36.

 

_____.  1986.  “Rub” Your Buck the Right Way.  North American Whitetail.  November.  pp 44-46, 62, 64-65.

 

_____.  1986.  Hunting the Rut -- Part II.  Texas Sportsman.  November. pp 18-20, 32.

 

_____. 1986. “Rub” Your Buck the Right Way. N. Amer. Whitetail. November.

 

_____. 1986. Hunting the Rut, Part II: Using the Basics to Score. N. Amer. Whitetail. November.

 

_____. 1986. Timing the East Texas Rut. Tex. Sportsman. November.

 

_____. 1986. Hunting the Rut, Part I: The Basic Principles. N. Amer. Whitetail. October.

 

_____. 1986. The Anatomy of the Rut. N. Amer. Whitetail. September.

 

_____. 1986. Where Trophy Bucks Hide. N. Amer. Whitetail. August.

 

_____. 1986. Where trophy bucks hide. N. Amer. Whitetail. August.

 

_____. 1986. Lunch-time Trophies. N. Amer. Whitetail. August.

 

_____.  1986.  Where Trophy Bucks Hide.  Texas Sportsman.  August.

pp 24-26, 27-28.

 

_____.  1986.  Guided Hunts for Whitetails Getting Your Money’s Worth.  North American Whitetail.  July.  pp 18-20, 58, 60-61.

 

_____. 1986. Buck Sanctuaries, Trophy Hunting’s Great Discovery, Parts I-III.  N.  Amer. Whitetail. July-September.

 

_____. 1986. Guided Hunts for Whitetails, Getting Your Money’s Worth. North Amer. Whitetail. July.

 

_____.  1986.  Five Steps to Your Late-Season Trophy Buck.  Texas Sportsman.  May.  pp 66-68, 70, 72.

 

_____. 1986. Five Steps to Your Late-Season Trophy Buck. N. Amer. Whitetail. May.

 

_____.  1985.  Part III: Buck Sanctuaries Trophy Hunting’s Great Discovery.  North American Whitetail.  September.  pp 44-52.

 

_____. 1985. Buck Sanctuaries, Trophy Hunting’s Great Discovery, Part II. North Amer. Whitetail. August.

 

_____.  1985.  Part I: Buck Sanctuaries Trophy Hunting’s Great Discovery.  North American Whitetail.  July.  pp 34-38.

 

_____. 1985. Five Steps to Successful Late-Season Hunting. Game & Fish Publ. July.

 

_____.  1985.  12-Month Deer Season.  Texas Sportsman.  June.  pp 30-31, 42, 47, 52-53.

 

_____. 1985. 12-Month Deer Season. N. Amer. Whitetail. June.

 

_____. 1984. 5 Ways Big Bucks Are Different. N. Amer. Whitetail. November.

 

_____.  1984.  5 Ways Big Bucks Are Different.  Texas Sportsman.  November.  pp 18-24.

 

_____.  1984.  The Borderline Giant of Cass County.  Texas Sportsman.  October.  pp 10-13.

 

_____.  1984.  Public Deer Hunting in East Texas.  Texas Sportsman.  August.  pp 56-60.

 

_____. 1984. The “Schooling” of a Trophy Buck. N. Amer. Whitetail. July.

 

_____.  1984.  The Schooling of a Trophy Buck.  Texas Sportsman.  July.  pp 18-20, 25-26, 28.

 

_____.  1984.  Houston County -- Deer “Heartland” of the Pineywoods.  Texas Sportsman.  July.  pp 14-16, 70.

 

_____.  1984.  Tactics for Clearcuts Pineywoods Hotspots.  Texas Sportsman.  January.  pp 48-50, 72.

 

_____.  1981.  Hunting -- An American Tradition.  The American Hunter.  April.  pp 12-13.

 

_____.  1973.  White Footed Mouse.  Wonderful West Virginia.  May. p 12.

 

_____.  1972.  Hognosed Snake.  Texas Parks & Wildlife.  October. pp 6-8.

 

 

Scientific Presentations:

 

1995         White-Tailed Deer Hunter Survey.

 

1991         Fifteen years of white-tailed deer research in the pineywoods. Tex.             Chap. Wildl. Soc., Tyler, TX.

 

1990         Wild hogs: Home range and habitat selection. Tex. Agric. Exten. Serv. Meeting, Cayuga, TX.

 

1989         The Red-cockaded Woodpecker, A Management Perspective (Moderator). Anderson, Cherokee and Henderson Co. Landowner’s  Assoc., Palestine, TX.

 

1989         The Hunting Club as a Management Unit. S. E. Deer Study Group. Oklahoma City, OK.

 

1989         The Animal Rights Movement, An Appropriate Response. Tex.Wildl.Assoc., Kerrville, TX.

 

1989         Forest Grazing Using Non-traditional Livestock. Anderson,

                  Cherokee and Henderson Co. Landowner’s Assoc., Palestine, TX.

 

1989         Cool and Warm Season Forage Trials, Two Year Results. S. E. Deer Study Group, Oklahoma City, OK.

 

1989         An Optimum Sustained Yield Harvest System for the Mixed Pine-Hardwood Forest. S. E. Deer Study Group, Oklahoma City, OK.

 

1988         The Animal Rights Movement. Tex. Wildl. Assoc., San Antonio, TX.

 

1988         The white-tailed deer in the mixed pine-hardwood forest, a practical

                  approach to management. Tall Timbers Game Bird Conf., Tallahassee, FL.

 

1988         Marketing of Wildlife, An East Texas Approach. Tex. Wildl. Assoc., San

                  Antonio, TX.

 

1988         Cool Season Trial Results for White-tailed Deer. S. E. Deer Study

                  Group.,  Mobile, AL.

 

1987.        Wildlife, More Than Just Public Relations. S. E. Silviculture Conf. Atlanta, GA.

 

1987.        Twenty-seven Years of Over-browsing. S. E. Deer Study Group.,

                  Pigeon Forge, TN.

 

1985.        Factors Affecting Home Range Size of White-tailed Deer. S. E. Deer

                  Study Group., Athens, GA.

 

1985.        Electric Fences as Deterrents to Deer Movements. S. E. Deer Study

                  Group., Athens, GA.

 

Presentations, previous--

 

1979         South. For. Pest Group Meeting, Nacogdoches, TX. "Can we increase woodpecker densities?"

 

1979         Tex. Chap. Wildl. Soc.., Alpine, TX. "Age, weight, antler development for a heavily exploited mule deer herd."

 

1979         Int. Sympos. Radiotracking and Telemetry in Biology and Medicine, Oxford, England. " A computer based data file management system for telemetry studies on free-ranging animals."

 

1979         Tex. Trophy Hunters, Laredo, TX. "How to harvest the most deer from your herd."

 

1979         SE Deer Study Group, Starkville, MS. "Multivariate analysis of summer white-tailed deer habitat."

 

1979         Tex. Acad. Sci., Arlington, TX. "Statistical analysis of avian population studies."

 

1978         Distinguished Alumni in Biology Speaker,  Baylor Univ. "Multivariate and non-parametric analysis in wildlife research."

 

                  1978   Role of Insect. Birds in Forest Ecosys., Sympos. at Nacogdoches, TX. "Impact of woodpecker predation on southern pine beetles."

 

1977         6th Amer. Woodcock Sympos., Fredericton, New Brunswick. "Discriminate function analysis of woodcock habitat in East Texas."

 

1977         1st Int. Sympos. Biotelem., Laramie, WY. "A transmitter for measuring stomach  pH in free-ranging animals."

 

1977         Tex. Chap. Wildl. Soc., Lubbock, TX. "Operational characteristics of exotic big game ranches."      

 

1977         Tex. Chap. Wildl. Soc., Lubbock, TX. "Within-tree and within-spot distribution of woodpecker predation on southern pine beetles."

 

1976         South. Pine Beetle Seminar, Nacogdoches, TX. "Impact of woodpeckers on southern pine beetles."

 

1975         Northw. Pocket Gopher Comm. Sympos., Oregon. "Management of the  plains pocket gopher (Geomys bursarius) in East Texas pine forests."

 

1975         3rd Nat. Wild Turkey Sympos., San Antonio, TX. "An economic analysis of turkey management, state and private." 

 

1974         Texas Chapter, Wildlife Society, Laredo, TX. "Some characteristics of golden-cheeked warbler habitat."

 

1973         West Virginia Academy of Science. "An unusually short incubation period for killdeer."

 

1973         West Virginia Academy of Science. "The use of amphibian eggs as a teaching tool in the elementary classroom."

 

1973         West Virginia Academy of Science. "Thermogenic cycles in Opheodrys and Elaphe."

 

1970         American Society of Ichthyologists and Herpetologists. "A re-examination of the cloacal gland and sacs of Leptotyphlops dulcis."

 

1970         Texas Academy of Science. "A re-examination of the cloacal gland and sacs of Leoptotyphlops dulcis."

 

1969         Texas Academy of Science. "Attractant-repellent relationships between blinds snakes (Leptotyphlops dulcis) and army ants (Neivamyrmex nigrescens)."

 

1968         North Texas Academy of Science. "A method of separating fungal and algal constituents of Foliose Lichens."

 

Preesentations, non-technical (Last 5 years):

 

Annually, Dr. Kroll presents numerous presentations on deer biology and management, as well as geospatial applications to natural resource management. The average number of these presentations is approximately 20. Examples are: Texas Trophy Hunters Extravaganzas, Quality Deer Management Annual Conventions, ANGADI (Mexico Landowners), Venados de Mexico, Safari Club International and Houston, and Texas Sportsmen’s Association.

 

Presentations, non-technical (past):

 

2001         Texas Sportsmans Association.  March.

 

2001         Buckeye Big Buck Club.  New Marshfield, Ohio.  March.

 

2001         NADeFA  Conference.  “Deer Farming in the 21st Century”.  Albuquerque, New Mexico.  March.

 

2001         Quality Deer Management Association Michigan.  January.

 

2001         Safari Club International.  Las Vegas, Nevada.  January.

 

2000         Texas Trophy Hunter Show. Ft. Worth, TX. August.

 

2000         Texas Trophy Hunter Show. Houston, TX. August.

 

2000         Texas Trophy Hunter Show. San Antonio, TX. August.

 

2000         The Internet 2 Geospatial Birds of a Feather Session, UCAID Fall Members Meeting.

 

2000         Texas Geographic Information Council – Technical Advisory Committee, The Texas Geography Network Regional Node Initiative.

 

2000         Texas Tech University, The Texas Geography Network Regional Node Initiative.

 

2000         University of Texas Pan Am, The Texas Geography Network Regional Node Initiative.

 

2000         University of Texas at El Paso, The Texas Geography Network Regional Node Initiative.

 

2000         Texas Rural Caucus, The Texas Geography Network Regional Node Initiative.

 

2000         Governor’s Blue Ribbon Panel on Conservation.

 

2000         Texas Agricultural Caucus.

 

2000         Mapping and Information Services  Available to Private Landowners, Build East Texas.

 

2000         SMZ, AMZ and Wildlife Management, Forest Resources Institute Second Annual Private Landowner's Conference, “Cutting Your Timberland Taxes”.  May.

 

2000         Management Plan "How To's", Forest Resources Institute Second Annual Private Landowner's Conference, “Cutting Your Timberland Taxes”.  May

 

1999         East Texas Water Symposium. Nacogdoches, TX. October.

 

1999         Texas Trophy Hunter Show. Ft. Worth, TX. August.

 

1999         Texas Trophy Hunter Show. Houston, TX. August.

 

1999         Texas Trophy Hunter Show. San Antonio, TX. August.

 

1998         Boon and Crockett Club. San Antonio, TX. December.

1998         Harrison County Landowner’s Shortcourse. Marshall, TX. September.

1998         Alberta Whitetail and Mule Deer Producers Convention. Edmonton, AL,   Canada. August.

 

1998         Texas Trophy Hunter Show. Ft. Worth, TX. August.

 

1998         Texas Trophy Hunter Show. Houston, TX. August.

 

1998         Texas Trophy Hunter Show. San Antonio, TX. August.

 

1998         Texas Wildlife Conference. San Antonio, TX. June.

1997         Whitetails Unlimited, Hillman, MI. May.

1997         Texas Hunting and Fishing Expos, Bryan, TX.  April.

 

1997         Dixie Deer Classic,  Raleigh, NC. March.

 

1997         Quality Deer Association, Dewitt, AR. February.

 

1997         Southeast Deer Study Group, Charleston, SC. February.

 

1997         Southern Weed Science Society, Houston, TX. January.

 

1996         Southern Outsdoorsmen, Natchez, MS. November.

 

1996         Houston Safari Club. Houston, TX. October.

 

1996         Texas Trophy Hunter Show. Ft. Worth, TX. August.

 

1996         Texas Trophy Hunter Show. Houston, TX. August.

 

1996         Texas Trophy Hunter Show. San Antonio, TX. July.

 

1996         Texas Wildlife Association. San Antonio, TX. June.

 

1996         Bow Show, Indianopolis, Indiana, January.

 

1994         Mississippi Wildlife Federation.  Natchez, MS.  July.

 

1994         Texas Wildlife Association.  San Antonio, TX.  June.

 

1994         Hunting & Fishing Expo.  San Antonio, TX.  May.

 

1994         Yazoo County Wildlife Association.  Yazoo, MS.  March.

 

1994         Southeast Deer Study Group.  Charlottesville, VA.  February.

 

1994         The Sportman's Extravaganza Harvey Convention Center.  Tyler, TX.  February.

 

1994         Texas Chapter of Wildlife Society.  Nacogdoches, TX.  February.

 

1994         Safari Club-Speaker.  Dallas, TX.

 

1993         White-tailed deer management seminar.  Rotary Club of Nacogdoches.

                  Nacogdoches, TX.  October.

 

1993         White-tailed deer management seminar.  Texas Parks and Wildlife.  Palastine, TX.  October

 

1993         White-tailed deer management seminar.  Willis, TX.  October.

 

1993         White-tailed deer management seminar.  Parents Day Mini-Lecture.  Stephen F. Austin State University.  September.

 

1993         White-tailed deer management seminar.  Mississippi Wildlife Federation.  Jackson MS.

 

1993         White-tailed deer management seminar.  Wildlife Conference.  Beaumont, TX.  August.

 

1993         White-tailed deer management Lions Club noon luncheon.  August.

 

1993         White-tailed deer management seminar.  Forest Farmers Association Annual Meeting.  San Antonio, TX.  May.

 

1993         White-tailed deer management.  Texas Wildlife Association. 

                  San Antonio, TX.  May.

 

1993         Quality Deer Management.  Pineville, SC.  May.

 

1993         Quality Deer Management.  Lufkin, TX.  April.

 

1993         East Texas Deer Study Group.  Elkhart, TX.  April.

 

1993         White-tailed deer management seminar.  Lone Star Bow Hunters.  Waco, TX.  March.

 

                  1993   National Rifle Association Tour-Northeast United States.  February 15                               thru March 13.

 

1993         White-tailed deer management seminar.  East Texas Private Land Advisory Committee.  Nacogdoches, TX.  January.

 

1993         White-tailed Regulations Committee Meeting.  Nacogdoches, TX.  January.

1993         International Paper Expert Witness.  Little Rock, AR.  January.

 

1991         White-tailed deer management seminar. Clarion Hotel, Dallas, TX.

 

1991         White-tailed deer management seminar. Holiday Lodge, Waco, TX.

 

1990         Hunter's Rendezvous, Athens, TX.

 

1990         Flint River Landowner's Association, Albany, GA.

 

1990         Sportsman's Extravaganza, Athens, TX.

 

1989         Annual Wildlife Management Inc. White-tailed Deer Speaking

                  Tour, Little Rock, AR; Memphis, TN; Nashville, TN; and Shreveport, LA.

 

1989         Annual Hunter’s Rendezvous. Tyler, TX.

 

1989         Sportsman’s Extravaganza. Athens, TX.

 

1989         Hallsville High School Annual Wildlife Meeting., Hallsville, TX.

 

1989         Hoosier Deer Classic. Indianapolis, IN.

 

1989         Louisiana Deer Classic. Alexandria, LA.

 

1989         First Annual Willamette Deer Management Shortcourse. Ruston, LA.

 

1989         Talks to 28 East Texas Hunting Clubs, A Tour.

 

1988         Dixie Deer Classic. Raleigh, NC.

 

1988         N. E. Texas Hunter’s Extravaganza., Mt. Pleasant, TX.

 

1988         TFA Sportsman’s Extravaganza., Lufkin, TX.

 

1988         Annual Hunter’s Rendezvous. Tyler, TX.

 

1988         Sportsman’s Extravaganza. Athens, TX.

 

1988         Hallsville High School Annual Wildlife Meeting., Hallsville, TX.

 

1988         White-tailed Deer Management Workshop., Waco, TX.

 

1988         Deer Management Shortcourse. Ruston, LA.

 

1987         Dixie Deer Classic. Raleigh, NC.

 

1987         TFA Sportsman’s Extravaganza., Lufkin, TX.

 

1986         Quail Management Shortcourse. Nacogdoches, TX.

 

1985         Dixie Deer Classic. Raleigh, NC.

 

1985         Louisiana Wildlife Expo., Shreveport, LA.

 

1985         Lobos Outdoor Show., Baton Rouge, LA.

 

1985         Sportsman’s Extravaganza., Tyler, TX.

 

1985         Annual Hunter’s Rendezvous., Athens, TX.

 

Offices held in professional organizations:

 

2005- present

                  Texas Parks & Wildlife White-tailed Deer Advisory Committee

 

2001-present     

President Emeritus, Texas Deer Association.

 

2000         President, Texas Deer Association.

 

1999         President, Texas Deer Association.

 

1995         Board of  Directors,  Quality Deer Management Association.

 

1993         Board of Sportsman Conservationists of Texas.

 

1991         Executive Board: Texas Wildlife Association.

 

1991         Editor: East Texas Region, Texas Wildlife Association News.

 

1991         Board of Directors:

                  1. Texas Wildlife Association.

                  2. Texas System of Natural Areas.

 

1990         Board of Directors:

                  1. Texas Wildlife Association.

                  2. Texas System of Natural Areas.

 

1989         Board of Directors:

                  1. Texas Wildlife Association.

                  2. Texas Forestry Association.

                  3. Texas System of Natural Laboratories.

 

1989         Chairman, First People and Animals Coalition of Texas Meeting. Texas

Wildlife Association.

 

1989         Member and past chairman, TFA Wildlife Committee.

 

1989         Member, TFA Communications Committee.

 

1988         Board of Directors:

                  1. Texas Wildlife Association.

                  2. Texas Forestry Association.

                  3. Texas System of Natural Laboratories.

 

 1988        Chairman, TFA Wildlife Committee.

 

1988         Member, TFA  Communications Committee.

 

1987         Chairman, TFA Wildlife Committee.

 

1987         Board of Directors:

                  1. Texas Forestry Association.

 

1986         Chairman, TFA Wildlife Committee.

 

1985         Chairman, TFA Wildlife Committee.

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