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Predator-dependent functional response in wolves: from food limitation to surplus killing
(Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2014)
The functional response of a predator describes the change in per capita kill rate to changes in prey density. This response can be influenced by predator densities, giving a predator-dependent functional response. In ...
Activity patterns of predator and prey : a simultaneous study of GPS-collared wolves and moose
(Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2011)
We studied the simultaneous activity patterns of a breeding wolf, Canis lupus, pair and five adult moose, Alces alces, cows from April to November 2004 in a wolf territory in southeastern Norway. All study animals were GPS ...
Three approaches to estimate wolf Canis lupus predation rates on moose Alces alces populations
(Peer reviewed, 2008)
Abstract We employed three different methods to estimate predation rates on moose in a newly colonized wolf territory in Norway. In the first two methods, we estimated predation rates based on the difference in calf/cow ...
Decomposing risk: landscape structure and wolf behavior generate different predation patterns in two sympatric ungulates
(Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2013)
Recolonizing carnivores can have a large impact on the status of wild ungulates, which have often modified their behavior in the absence of predation. Therefore, understanding the dynamics of reestablished predator–prey ...