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Wolf Ecology: Research and Scientific Articles


» Fear of large carnivores causes a trophic cascade, (Justin P. Suraci et al), 2016

» Wolf visitations close to human residences in Finland: The role of age, residence density, and time of day, (Ilpo Kojolaet al), 2016

» Food habits of the world’s grey wolves, (Thomas Newsome et al), 2016

» Implications of Harvest on the Boundaries of Protected Areas for Large Carnivore Viewing Opportunities, (Bridget L. Borg et al), 2016

» Effects of predation risk on elk (Cervus elaphus) landscape use in a wolf (Canis lupus) dominated system, (Eisenberg, Hibbs, and Ripple), 2015

» The Importance and Benefits of Species, (Gascon et al), 2015

» Lessons from the Wild Lab - Yellowstone Park is a real-world laboratory of predator-prey relations, (Morell), 2015

» The unique ecology of human predators, (Darimont et al), 2015

» A continental scale trophic cascade from wolves through coyotes to foxes, (Newcome and Ripple), Journal of Animal Ecology, 2014

» Predation Risk, Elk, and Aspen: Comment, (Beschta, Eisenberg, Laundre, Ripple and Rooney), 2014

» Status and Ecological Effects of the World's Largest Carnivores, (Ripple, Estes, Beschta, Wilmers, Ritchie, Hebblewhite, Berger, Elmhagen, Letnic, Nelson, Schmitz, Smith, Wallach, Wirsing), Jan. 2014

» Trophic Cascades in a Multicausal World: Isle Royale and Yellowstone, (Peterson, Vucetich, Bump, and Smith) Jan. 2014

» Restoration of Riparian Areas Following the Removal of Cattle in the Northwestern Great Basin, (Batchelor, Ripple, Wilson, Painter) Dec. 2014

» Wolf, elk, and aspen food web relationships: Context and complexity, (Eisenberg, Seager and Hibbs) 2013

» Ecosystem restoration with teeth: what role for predators?, (Ritchie, Elmhagen, Glen, Letnic, Ludwig, and McDonald) Jan. 2012

» The role of predation in disease control: A comparison of selective and nonselective removal on prion disease dynamics in deer, Wild, Hobbs, Graham, Miller, 2011

» Wolf family values - The exquisitely balanced social life of the wolf has implications far beyond the pack, (New Scientist), 2010

» The Landscape of Fear: Ecological Implications of Being Afraid, (Laundre, Hernandez, Ripple, 2010)

» A Model Analysis of Effects of Wolf Predation on Prevalence of Chronic Wasting Disease in Elk Populations of Rocky Mountain National Park, (Hobbs), 2006

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