Ecology – Yellowstone

Predatory fish invasion induces within and across ecosystem effects in Yellowstone National Park. Koel TM, Tronstad LM, Arnold JL, Gunther KA, Smith DW, Syslo JM, White PJ. Science advances. 2019 Mar

Spatio-Temporal Variability in Remotely Sensed Vegetation Greenness Across Yellowstone National Park. Notaro M, Emmett K, O’Leary D. Remote Sensing. 2019 Jan

Can large carnivores change streams via a trophic cascade?. Beschta RL, Ripple WJ. Ecohydrology. 2019 Jan

The Plight of Aspen: Emerging as a Beneficiary of Wolf Restoration on Yellowstone’s Northern Range

Wolves for Yellowstone: dynamics in time and space
MS Boyce – Journal of Mammalogy, 2018

Trophic cascades from wolves to alders in Yellowstone. Ripple WJ, Beschta RL, Painter LE. Forest Ecology and Management. 2015 Oct

Markov Chain Monte Carlo Analysis of Trophic Cascade in Yellowstone after Reintroduction of Wolves. Interdisciplinary Topics in Applied Mathematics, Johnson D, Klinke DJ, Wang Q, Condon M, Wang Z. Modeling and Computational Science. 2015

Wolves, elk, bison, and secondary trophic cascades in Yellowstone National Park. Ripple WJ, Painter LE, Beschta RL, Gates CC. The Open Ecology Journal. 2011 Apr

Bottom-up factors influencing riparian willow recovery in Yellowstone National Park. Tercek MT, Stottlemyer R, Renkin R. Western North American Naturalist. 2010 Oct

Linking wolves to willows via risk-sensitive foraging by ungulates in the northern Yellowstone ecosystem
WJ Ripple, RL Beschta – Forest Ecology and Management, 2006

Wolves influence elk movements: behavior shapes a trophic cascade in Yellowstone National Park
D Fortin, HL Beyer, MS Boyce, DW Smith… – Ecology, 2005

Reduced cottonwood recruitment following extirpation of wolves in Yellowstone’s northern range. Beschta RL. Ecology. 2005 Feb

Wolves and the ecology of fear: can predation risk structure ecosystems?. Ripple WJ, Beschta RL. BioScience. 2004 Aug

Cottonwoods, elk, and wolves in the Lamar Valley of Yellowstone National Park. Beschta RL. Ecological Applications. 2003 Oct

Elk, multiple factors, and persistence of willows in national parks. Singer FJ, Zeigenfuss LC, Cates RG, Barnett DT. Wildlife Society Bulletin. 1998 Oct