The ecology of large mammals in central Yellowstone sixteen years of integrated field studies by Robert A. Garrott

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Published by Academic Press/Elsevier in Amsterdam, Boston .

Written in English

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Subjects:

  • Predation (Biology),
  • Ecology,
  • Animal communities,
  • Longitudinal studies,
  • Wildlife conservation,
  • Mammals,
  • Ecosystem management

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Book details

Statementedited by Robert A. Garrott, P.J. White, Fred G.R. Watson
SeriesTerrestrial ecology series -- v. 3
ContributionsScienceDirect (Online service)
Classifications
LC ClassificationsQL739.8 .E36 2009
The Physical Object
Paginationxvii, 693 p. :
Number of Pages693
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL25557656M
ISBN 100080921051, 0123741742
ISBN 109780080921051, 9780123741745
OCLC/WorldCa244648151

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Table of Contents Robert Garrott, Ph.D. esting and useful in putting the book into a wider context. Wildlife management is built on the triad of the wildlife population, habitat, and people (Giles ).

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Krausman. Wild Mammals of Wyoming and Yellowstone National Park provides the scholar, conservationist, and interested lay reader with information on the state's wild mammalian species from grizzly bears to pygmy shrews. It describes the history of mammalogy in Wyoming, the zoogeography of Wyoming mammals, and the prehistoric mammals of by: 1.

About the Book. Wild Mammals of Wyoming and Yellowstone National Park provides the scholar, conservationist, and interested lay reader with information on the state's wild mammalian species from grizzly bears to pygmy shrews.

It describes the history of mammalogy in Wyoming, the zoogeography of Wyoming mammals, and the prehistoric. Thus, we admittedly confined our studies to large mammal ecology.

Essentially, this book is a synthesis of our attempts to understand the influence of climate and landscape attributes on the spatial and population dynamics of bison and elk, the two major large herbivores occupying central Yellowstone, and the predominant predator of these Cited by: 1.

A bull elk grazes in Gibbon Meadows in the west-central portion of the park. An elk grazes with a bison in the park. There are at least 67 species of mammals known to live within Yellowstone National Park, a 2, acres (, ha) [1] protected area in the Rocky Mountains of Wyoming, Montana, and Idaho.

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The Ecology of Plants, Large Mammalian Herbivores, and Drought in Yellowstone National Park. Douglas A. Frank. Search for more papers by this author. on winter, transitional, and summer range used by herbs of elk (Cervus elaphus) and bison (Bison bison) in northern Yellowstone National Park.

Temporary exclosures (5—7 per site) were moved Cited by: Mammal Checklist More than 60 mammals live in Yellowstone, The map below shows the most likely places to see the big mammals and the checklist below the map gives more information.

Remember what you see will vary with the weather, season, and behavior of the animals. Yellowstone National Park in the northwest United States is home to a large variety of mammals, birds, fish, reptiles and amphibians, many of which migrate within the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem.

These animals are a major park attraction. Bison are the largest grazing mammals in Yellowstone National Park. They are obligate herbivores, a. Introduction. The term “ecology” was coined by the German zoologist, Ernst Haeckel, in to describe the “economies” of living forms.

[] The theoretical practice of ecology consists, by and large, of the construction of models of the interaction of living systems with their environment (including other living systems).

[] These models are then tested in the laboratory and the field. Demography of central Yellowstone bison: effects of climate, density and disease. Pagesin t, P.J. White, and F.G.R. Watson (editors), The ecology of large mammals in central Yellowstone: sixteen years of integrated field studies.

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It covers all known members of. The book titled "The Ecology of Large Mammals in Central Yellowstone: Sixteen Years of Integrated Field Studies" covers many of the large charismatic animals that receive national and international attention, said editor and MSU ecologist Robert A.

Garrott. He has collaborated to produce three other books on Yellowstone, including The Ecology of Large Mammals in Central Yellowstone: Sixteen Years of Integrated Field Studies (; ISBN); Yellowstone's Wildlife in Transition (; ISBN ); and Yellowstone Bison-Conserving an American Icon in Modern Society 5/5(2).

Progress 10/01/04 to 09/30/11 Outputs OUTPUTS: Large mammal research during this project has focused on the ecology, conservation, and management of large mammals, with most work having been conducted on the black bear in Florida and Kentucky, and elk in Kentucky. Additional work included ecological investigations of bison in Yellowstone and.

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Large Mammal Restoration brings together for the first time detailed case studies of those efforts, from restoring elk in Appalachia to returning bison herds to the Great Plains to the much-publicized effort to bring back the gray wolf to Yellowstone National Park.

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Details *. This book provides the first comprehensive scientific summary of the actual response of the Yellowstone ecosystem to the n by experts in wildlife biology, ecosystem science, landscape ecology, and forest science, the book shows not only that many things changed after the fires (for ecological components of the system are interactive.Wildlife ecology has become increasingly quantitative over time, and often employs capture-recapture methods to estimate population size, survival, and other life-history characteristics.Yellowstone National Park is home to more wild animals than almost anywhere else in the U.S.

Visitors are likely to see a number of animals in Yellowstone freely roaming the landscape, from Yellowstone’s two types of bears – grizzlies and black bears – to gray wolves (which were once almost extinct in the area), bison (one of the most.

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