Jan 9, 2014 ... “Globally, we are losing our large carnivores,” said William Ripple, lead author of
the paper and a professor in the Department of Forest Ecosystems and Society at
Oregon State University. “Many of them are endangered,” he said. “Their ranges
are collapsing. Many of these animals are at risk of extinction, ...
May 5, 2016 ... Those are among the conclusions reported today in the journal Biological
Conservation by Robert Beschta and William Ripple, two professors in the
Oregon State University College of Forestry. They analyzed the results of 24
studies of streamside vegetation published since 2001 and reviewed long-term ...
Nov 13, 2017 ... The article was written by an international team led by William Ripple,
distinguished professor in the College of Forestry at Oregon State University. The
authors used data maintained by government agencies, nonprofit organizations
and individual researchers to warn of “substantial and irreversible harm” ...
Results 31 - 40 of 96 ... Animal trapping records reveal strong wolf effect across North America: Jun 16,
2014 ... The results of the study by Thomas Newsome and William Ripple in the
Oregon State University Department of Forest Ecosystems and Society ...
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Sep 15, 2017 ... “Knowing how animal body size correlates with the likelihood of a species being
threatened provides us with a tool to assess extinction risk for the many species
we know very little about,” said William Ripple, a distinguished professor of
ecology at Oregon State University and lead author of the study.
Jul 26, 2016 ... “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 ...
Oct 18, 2016 ... An international team led by William Ripple, distinguished professor of ecology at
Oregon State University, analyzed data on the IUCN Red List to reach their
findings, which were published today in Royal Society Open Science, a
professional journal. The animals at risk range from large (grey ox, Bactrian ...