Goodwin K.M., Engel R.E. & D.K. Weaver, 2010. Trained Dogs Outperform Human Surveyors in the Detection of Rare Spotted Knapweed (Centaurea stoebe). Invasive Plant Science and Management 3(2):113-121 (download PDF)

Kerley, L.L. & G.P. Salkina, 2007. Using scent-matching dogs to indentify individual Amur tigers from scats. Journal of Wildlife Management 71:1349-1356 (download PDF)

Long, R.A., T.M. Donovan, P. Mackay, W.J. Zielinski & J.S. Buzas, 2007b. Comparing scat detection dogs, cameras, and hair snares for surveying carnivores. Journal of Wildlife Management 81:2018-2025 (download PDF)

Paula, J., Leal, M.C., Silva, M.J., Mascarenhas, R., Costa, H. & M. Mascarenhas, 2011. Dogs as a tool to improve bird-strike mortality estimates at wind farms. Journal for Nature Conservation, 19:202-208 (download PDF)

Smith, D.A., K. Ralls, A. Hurt, B. Adams, M. Parker, B. Davenport, M.C. Smith & J.E. Maldonado, 2003. Detection and accuracy rates of dogs trained to find scats of San Joaquin kit foxes (Vulpes macrotis mutica). Animal Conservation 6:339-346 (download PDF)