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"Mesopredator release effect" en acción: Lobos y ríos

por Jorge Gonzalez Casanovas el 16/07/2017 23:56, en sin tema

Top predators provide insurance against climate change

E Sala - Trends in ecology & evolution, 2006 - Elsevier
... Gray wolves as climate change buffers in Yellowstone. PLOS Biol., 3 (2005), pp. 571–576.
7; Wilmers, CC and Post, E. (2006a) Predicting the influence of wolf-provided carrion on
community dynamics under climate change scenarios. Global Change Biol. ...

Complex numerical responses to topdown and bottom–up processes in vertebrate populations

ARE Sinclair, CJ Krebs - … of the Royal …, 2002 - rstb.royalsocietypublishing.org
... 80 60 40 20 1.0 1.5 2.0 wolf density (1000 km −2 ) ... A similar dynamic is apparently being played
out in the Yellowstone National Park, USA, where wolves were reintroduced in 1995 (Singer

A mammalian predator–prey imbalance: grizzly bear and wolf extinction affect avian neotropical migrants

J Berger, PB Stacey, L Bellis… - Ecological …, 2001 - Wiley Online Library
... cottonwood, spruce and aspen gallery forests; (2) major willow species being Wolf’s (Salix wolfii ...
Contrasting effects of the presence and absence of grizzly bears and wolves on moose calf ... at
sites in Alaska, Canada, Norway, and the southern Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem in ...

Wolf–moose interaction on Isle Royale: the end of natural regulation?

RO Peterson - Ecological Applications, 1999 - Wiley Online Library
... first set forth in the late 1960s, wolves had been absent in Yellowstone for >40 ... dependent
mechanisms that regulate moose density in the absence of predation by wolves (Peterson 1977 ...
Second, wolf population fluctuations at Isle Royale are reviewed to illustrate the difficulty of ...

Historic aspen recruitment, elk, and wolves in northern Yellowstone National Park, USA

WJ Ripple, EJ Larsen - Biological Conservation, 2000 - Elsevier
... Multiple sized aspen stand near Elk Creek in Yellowstone National Park (Source: Warren, 1926 ...
regeneration at random locations within and outside of three core wolf pack territories ... Further
research involving the potential influence of wolves on ecosystem processes will greatly ...

Wolves influence elk movements: behavior shapes a trophic cascade in Yellowstone National Park

D Fortin, HL Beyer, MS Boyce, DW Smith… - Ecology, 2005 - Wiley Online Library
... Our study clarifies the behavioral mechanisms involved in the trophic cascade of Yellowstone’s
wolf–elk–aspen system: elk respond to wolves on their ... Although the existence of such top-down
forces on food webs has been widely demonstrated (eg, Marquis and Whelan ...

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