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Humans Dependent on Healthy, Resilient Oceans | News and ...
Feb 20, 2006 ... Fewer plants meant fewer small animals and other ripple effects on the food web.
Dead seabirds, low fish catches, a delayed crab season and emaciated gray
whales were some of the consequences. This unusual upwelling pattern
wreaked havoc on a marine ecosystem that ordinarily is one of the more ...
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college of forestry | News and Research Communications | Oregon ...
Ripple has led international collaborations to analyze the status and ecological
effects of large animals. Co-authors on this project include researchers at Oregon
State University, Stanford University, the University of California Santa Barbara
and universities in Gabon, the U.K., Sweden, South Africa, Brazil and Australia.
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Return of top predators is key to ecological future, author suggests ...
Apr 23, 2010 ... Much of the leading research on these concepts in terrestrial ecosystems has
emerged from research at OSU in the past decade, Eisenberg said, in studies
done by William Ripple and Robert Beschta in the College of Forestry. They have
analyzed the impact of wolves and cougars as key predators in ...
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scientific research and advances | News and Research ...
“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
Pleistocene (the ...
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college of forestry | News and Research Communications | Oregon ...
“These issues do not just affect the United States and a few national parks,” said
William Ripple, an OSU professor of forestry and lead author of the study. “The
data from Canada, Alaska, the Yukon, Northern Europe and Asia are all showing
similar results. There's consistent evidence that large predators help keep ...
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scientific research and advances | News and Research ...
Ripple and colleagues from the United States, Australia, Italy and Sweden called
for an international initiative to conserve large predators in coexistence with
people. They suggested that such an effort be modeled on the Large Carnivore
Initiative for Europe, a nonprofit scientific group affiliated with the International
Union ...
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CLIMATE CHANGE COULD DOOM ALASKA'S TUNDRA | News and ...
Aug 3, 2004 ... One such change that has been suggested - a shutdown of a major ocean
current and circulation pattern in the North Atlantic ocean that currently is
responsible for warming much of Europe - might have other ripple effects that
would cause regional climate impacts to vary. "You'll always have some ...
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environment and natural resources | News and Research ...
“The documentation of species abundance that we have in this study is very
compelling,” said William Ripple, a professor in the OSU Department of Forest
Resources and lead author on the study. Researchers did a systematic survey of
channel dimensions, streambank condition, vegetation and species presence
along ...
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scientific research and advances | News and Research ...
Ripple has led international collaborations to analyze the status and ecological
effects of large animals. Co-authors on this project include researchers at Oregon
State University, Stanford University, the University of California Santa Barbara
and universities in Gabon, the U.K., Sweden, South Africa, Brazil and Australia.
http://oregonstate.edu/ua/ncs/categories/scientific-research-and-advances%3Fpage%3D14 - 743k
scientific research and advances | News and Research ...
“The more I look at the trends facing the world's largest terrestrial mammals, the
more concerned I am we could lose these animals just as science is discovering
how important they are to ecosystems and to the services they provide to people,”
said William Ripple, distinguished professor of ecology in the College of Forestry
 ...
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