Results 11 - 20 of 95 ... William Ripple, a professor in the College of Forestry at Oregon State University,
and co-authors from Scotland, Austria, Australia and the ... http://oregonstate.edu/
livestock - 42k; Loss of large predators disrupting plant, ...
May 1, 2015 ... An international team of wildlife ecologists led by William Ripple, Oregon State
University distinguished professor in the College of Forestry, conducted a
comprehensive analysis of data on the world's largest herbivores (more than 100
kilograms, or 220 pounds, on average), including endangerment status, ...
Dec 20, 2013 ... William Ripple, a professor in the College of Forestry at Oregon State University,
and co-authors from Scotland, Austria, Australia and the United States, reached
their conclusions on the basis of a synthesis of scientific knowledge on
greenhouse gases, climate change and food and environmental issues.
Jul 14, 2011 ... “We now have overwhelming evidence that large predators are hugely important
in the function of nature, from the deepest oceans to the highest mountains, the
tropics to the Arctic,” said William Ripple, a professor of forestry at Oregon State
University, co-author of the report and an international leader in ...
Sep 12, 2000 ... Using historic documents, aerial photographs, and dendrochronological, or tree
ring dating techniques, Ripple and Larsen determined that Yellowstone Park
aspen successfully recruited tree-sized aspen into their overstory from about
1751 to 1928, but have been unable to do so since. Various theories ...
Oct 26, 2015 ... “Large predators can have a major role in limiting their prey and in determining
the structure and function of ecosystems,” said Ripple. “But scientists have
thought that the largest herbivores, such as elephants, were immune from
predation. We now know that's not the case, and based on these data from the ...
Dec 8, 2004 ... The studies were authored by William Ripple, a professor, and Robert Beschta, a
professor emeritus, in the OSU College of Forestry. In their research, the
scientists explore a concept that has been called "the ecology of fear." The
ecological and historical significance of wolves is only partly due to the actual ...
Jul 26, 2007 ... “This is really exciting, and it's great news for Yellowstone,” said William Ripple, a
professor in the OSU College of Forestry. “We've seen some recovery of willows
and cottonwood, but this is the first time we can document significant aspen
growth, a tree species in decline all over the West. We've waited a ...
Sep 30, 2014 ... From 2010-12, hiking in the Yellowstone backcountry, Painter re-measured 87
aspen stands previously studied by his adviser, William Ripple, and former OSU
student Eric Larsen in 1997 and 1998. Painter conducted a regional survey of
stands across the northern part of the park and also in the Shoshone ...
Dec 21, 2011 ... “Yellowstone increasingly looks like a different place,” said William Ripple, a
professor in the Department of Forest Ecosystems and Society at Oregon State
University, and lead author of a new study. “These are still the early stages of
recovery, and some of this may still take decades,” Ripple said. “But trees ...