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Jerod A Merkle
Jerod A Merkle
Assistant Professor, University of Wyoming
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Large herbivores surf waves of green-up during spring
JA Merkle, KL Monteith, EO Aikens, MM Hayes, KR Hersey, AD Middleton, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 283 (1833), 20160456, 2016
3392016
Is ungulate migration culturally transmitted? Evidence of social learning from translocated animals
BR Jesmer, JA Merkle, JR Goheen, EO Aikens, JL Beck, AB Courtemanch, ...
Science 361 (6406), 1023-1025, 2018
3282018
The greenscape shapes surfing of resource waves in a large migratory herbivore
EO Aikens, MJ Kauffman, JA Merkle, SPH Dwinnell, GL Fralick, ...
Ecology Letters 20 (6), 741-750, 2017
2312017
A memory‐based foraging tactic reveals an adaptive mechanism for restricted space use
JA Merkle, D Fortin, JM Morales
Ecology Letters 17 (8), 924–931, 2014
1812014
Green‐wave surfing increases fat gain in a migratory ungulate
AD Middleton, JA Merkle, DE McWhirter, JG Cook, RC Cook, PJ White, ...
Oikos, 2018
1342018
Food availability and foraging near human developments by black bears
JA Merkle, HS Robinson, PR Krausman, P Alaback
Journal of Mammalogy 94 (2), 378-385, 2013
1262013
Interference competition between gray wolves and coyotes in Yellowstone National Park
JA Merkle, DR Stahler, DW Smith
Canadian Journal of Zoology 87 (1), 56-63, 2009
1182009
Migrating bison engineer the green wave
C Geremia, JA Merkle, DR Eacker, RL Wallen, PJ White, M Hebblewhite, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 116 (51), 25707-25713, 2019
1162019
Emerging perspectives on resource tracking and animal movement ecology
B Abrahms, EO Aikens, JB Armstrong, WW Deacy, MJ Kauffman, ...
Trends in Ecology & Evolution 36 (4), 308-320, 2021
1132021
Spatial memory shapes migration and its benefits: evidence from a large herbivore
JA Merkle, H Sawyer, KL Monteith, SPH Dwinnell, GL Fralick, ...
Ecology letters 22 (11), 1797-1805, 2019
982019
Migratory plasticity is not ubiquitous among large herbivores
H Sawyer, JA Merkle, AD Middleton, SPH Dwinnell, KL Monteith
Journal of Animal Ecology 88 (3), 450-460, 2019
882019
Determinants of elephant foraging behaviour in a coupled human‐natural system: Is brown the new green?
PS Branco, JA Merkle, RM Pringle, J Pansu, AB Potter, A Reynolds, ...
Journal of Animal Ecology 88 (5), 780-792, 2019
872019
Mapping out a future for ungulate migrations
MJ Kauffman, F Cagnacci, S Chamaillé-Jammes, M Hebblewhite, ...
Science 372 (6542), 566-569, 2021
842021
Plasticity in elk migration timing is a response to changing environmental conditions
GJM Rickbeil, JA Merkle, G Anderson, MP Atwood, JP Beckmann, ...
Global change biology 25 (7), 2368-2381, 2019
792019
Adjustments in habitat selection to changing availability induce fitness costs for a threatened ungulate
CL Losier, S Couturier, MH St‐Laurent, P Drapeau, C Dussault, ...
Journal of Applied Ecology 52 (2), 496-504, 2015
792015
Predicting spatial distribution of human–black bear interactions in urban areas
JA Merkle, PR Krausman, NJ Decesare, JJ Jonkel
The Journal of Wildlife Management 75 (5), 1121-1127, 2011
772011
Wave-like patterns of plant phenology determine ungulate movement tactics
EO Aikens, A Mysterud, JA Merkle, F Cagnacci, IM Rivrud, M Hebblewhite, ...
Current Biology 30 (17), 3444-3449. e4, 2020
722020
To follow or not? How animals in fusion–fission societies handle conflicting information during group decision‐making
JA Merkle, M Sigaud, D Fortin
Ecology Letters 18 (8), 799-806, 2015
692015
Bison distribution under conflicting foraging strategies: site fidelity vs. energy maximization
JA Merkle, SG Cherry, D Fortin
Ecology 96 (7), 1793-1801, 2015
682015
Drivers of site fidelity in ungulates
TA Morrison, JA Merkle, JGC Hopcraft, EO Aikens, JL Beck, RB Boone, ...
Journal of animal ecology 90 (4), 955-966, 2021
652021
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