Ripple, William J.
Ripple, William J.
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TitleCited byYear
Trophic downgrading of planet Earth
JA Estes, J Terborgh, JS Brashares, ME Power, J Berger, WJ Bond, ...
science 333 (6040), 301-306, 2011
24312011
Status and ecological effects of the world’s largest carnivores
WJ Ripple, JA Estes, RL Beschta, CC Wilmers, EG Ritchie, ...
Science 343 (6167), 1241484, 2014
14672014
Wolves and the ecology of fear: can predation risk structure ecosystems?
WJ Ripple, RL Beschta
BioScience 54 (8), 755-766, 2004
6722004
The rise of the mesopredator
LR Prugh, CJ Stoner, CW Epps, WT Bean, WJ Ripple, AS Laliberte, ...
Bioscience 59 (9), 779-791, 2009
6132009
Trophic cascades among wolves, elk and aspen on Yellowstone National Park’s northern range
WJ Ripple, EJ Larsen, RA Renkin, DW Smith
Biological conservation 102 (3), 227-234, 2001
4442001
Range contractions of North American carnivores and ungulates
AS Laliberte, WJ Ripple
BioScience 54 (2), 123-138, 2004
4212004
Trophic cascades in Yellowstone: the first 15 years after wolf reintroduction
WJ Ripple, RL Beschta
Biological Conservation 145 (1), 205-213, 2012
4142012
World scientists’ warning to humanity: a second notice
WJ Ripple, C Wolf, TM Newsome, M Galetti, M Alamgir, E Crist, ...
BioScience 67 (12), 1026-1028, 2017
3942017
The landscape of fear: ecological implications of being afraid
JW Laundré, L Hernández, WJ Ripple
Open Ecology Journal 3, 1-7, 2010
3872010
Large predators and trophic cascades in terrestrial ecosystems of the western United States
RL Beschta, WJ Ripple
Biological conservation 142 (11), 2401-2414, 2009
3842009
Wolf reintroduction, predation risk, and cottonwood recovery in Yellowstone National Park
WJ Ripple, RL Beschta
Forest Ecology and Management 184 (1-3), 299-313, 2003
3812003
Collapse of the world’s largest herbivores
WJ Ripple, TM Newsome, C Wolf, R Dirzo, KT Everatt, M Galetti, ...
Science advances 1 (4), e1400103, 2015
3792015
Dynamics and pattern of a managed coniferous forest landscape in Oregon
TA Spies, WJ Ripple, GA Bradshaw
Ecological applications 4 (3), 555-568, 1994
3741994
Measuring forest landscape patterns in the Cascade Range of Oregon, USA
WJ Ripple, GA Bradshaw, TA Spies
Biological Conservation 57 (1), 73-88, 1991
3351991
Historic aspen recruitment, elk, and wolves in northern Yellowstone National Park, USA
WJ Ripple, EJ Larsen
Biological Conservation 95 (3), 361-370, 2000
3222000
Restoring Yellowstone’s aspen with wolves
WJ Ripple, RL Beschta
Biological Conservation 138 (3-4), 514-519, 2007
2992007
Forest structure and live aboveground biomass variation along an elevational gradient of tropical Atlantic moist forest (Brazil)
LF Alves, SA Vieira, MA Scaranello, PB Camargo, FAM Santos, CA Joly, ...
Forest ecology and management 260 (5), 679-691, 2010
2602010
Ruminants, climate change and climate policy
WJ Ripple, P Smith, H Haberl, SA Montzka, C McAlpine, DH Boucher
Nature Climate Change 4 (1), 2, 2013
2302013
Linking a cougar decline, trophic cascade, and catastrophic regime shift in Zion National Park
WJ Ripple, RL Beschta
Biological Conservation 133 (4), 397-408, 2006
2122006
Modeling of site occupancy dynamics for northern spotted owls, with emphasis on the effects of barred owls
GS Olson, RG Anthony, ED Forsman, SH Ackers, PJ Loschl, JA Reid, ...
The Journal of Wildlife Management 69 (3), 918-932, 2005
1842005
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