The following is a select list of publications pertinent to camera trap research.

Bischof, R., S. Hameed, H. Ali, M. Kabir, M. Younas, K.A. Shah, J.U. Din, and M.A. Nawaz. 2014. Using time-to-event analysis to complement hierarchical methods when assessing determinants of photographic detectability during camera trapping. Methods in Ecology and Evolution 5:44–53.

Burton, A. C., E. Neilson, D. Moreira, A. Ladle, R. Steenweg, J.T. Fisher, E. Bayne, and S. Boutin. 2015. Wildlife camera trapping: a review and recommendations for linking surveys to ecological processes. Journal of Applied Ecology 52:675–685.

Fegraus, E.H., K. Lin, J.A. Ahumada, C. Baru, S. Chandra, and C. Youn. 2011. Data acquisition and management software for camera trap data: a case study from the TEAM Network. Ecological Informatics 6:345–353.

Fiehler, C.M., B.L. Cypher, S. Bremner-Harrison, and D. Pounds. 2007. A theft-resistant adjustable security box for digital cameras. Journal of Wildlife Management 71:2077–2080.

Foster, R.J., and B.J. Harmsen. 2012. A critique of density estimation from camera-trap data. Journal of Wildlife Management 76:224–236.

Glen, A. S., S. Cockburn, M. Nichols, J. Ekanayake, and B. Warburton. 2013. Optimising camera traps for monitoring small mammals. PLoS ONE 8(6):e67940.

Jordan, M.J., and M. Lobb-Rabe. 2015. An evaluation of methods to attract urban mesocarnivores to track plates and camera traps. Northwest Science 89:383–392.

Long, R.A., and P. MacKay. 2012. Noninvasive methods for surveying martens, fishers, and sables. Pages 320–342 in Aubry K.B., W.J. Zielinski, M.G. Raphael, G. Proulx, S.W. Buskirk, editors. Biology and conservation of martens, sables, and fishers: a new synthesis. Cornell University Press, Ithaca, NY, USA.

Long, R.A., P. MacKay, W.J. Zielinski, and J.C. Ray, editors. 2008. Noninvasive survey methods for carnivores. Island Press, Washington, DC, USA.

Long, R.A., and W.J. Zielinski. 2008. Designing effective noninvasive carnivore surveys. Pages 8-44 in Long, R.A., P. MacKay, W.J. Zielinski, and J.C. Ray, editors. Noninvasive survey methods for carnivores. Island Press, Washington, DC, USA.

Rovero, F., and A.R. Marshall. 2009. Camera trapping photographic rate as an index of density in forest ungulates. Journal of Applied Ecology 46:1011–1017.

Rowcliffe, J.M., J. Field, S.T. Turvey, and C. Carbone. 2008. Estimating animal density using camera traps without the need for individual recognition. Journal of Applied Ecology 45:1228–1236.

Rowcliffe, J.M., R. Kays, B. Kranstauber, C. Carbone, and P.A. Jansen. 2014. Quantifying levels of animal activity using camera-trap data. Methods in Ecology and Evolution 5:1170–1179.

Schipper, J. 2007. Camera-trap avoidance by kinkajous Potos flavus: rethinking the “non-invasive” paradigm. Small Carnivore Conservation 36:38–41.

Sequin, E.S., M.M. Jaeger, P.F. Brussard, and R.H. Barrett. 2003. Wariness of coyotes to camera traps relative to social status and territory boundaries. Canadian Journal of Zoology 81:2015–2025.

Si, X., R. Kays, and P. Ding. 2014. How long is enough to detect terrestrial animals? Estimating the minimum trapping effort on camera traps PeerJ 2:e374.

Smith, J.K, and G. Coulson. 2012. A comparison of vertical and horizontal camera trap orientations for detection of potoroos and bandicoots. Australian Mammalogy 34:196–201.

Soininen, E.M., I. Jensvoll, S.T. Killengreen, and R.A. Ims. 2015. Under the snow: a new camera trap opens the white box of subnivean ecology. Remote Sensing in Ecology and Conservation 1:29–38.

Tape, K.D., and D.D. Gustine. 2014. Capturing migration phenology of terrestrial wildlife using camera Traps. BioScience 64:117–124.

Wellington, K., C. Bottom, C. Merrill, and J.A. Litvaitis. 2014. Identifying performance differences among trail cameras used to monitor forest mammals. Wildlife Society Bulletin 38:634–638.