• Everybody loses: intraspecific competition induces tragedy of the commons in Allenby's gerbils

      Berger-Tal, Oded; Embar, Keren; Kotler, Burt P.; Saltz, David (2015)
      Interference competition may lead to a tragedy of the commons in which individuals driven by self‐interest reduce the fitness of the entire group. We investigated this hypothesis in Allenby's gerbils, Gerbillus andersoni allenbyi , by comparing foraging behaviors of single vs. pairs of gerbils....
    • Everything you want to know about the giant panda

      Swaisgood, Ronald R. (2015)
      Book review of Pan, Wenshi, Lu Zhi, Zhu Xiaojian, Wang Dajun, Wang Hao, Long Yu, Fu Dali, and Zhou Xin. 2014 (Chinese edition, 2001). A chance for lasting survival: ecology and behavior of wild giant pandas. Smithsonian Institution Scholarly Press, Washington, D.C. xx þ 349 p. $39.95, ISBN: 978-1-935623-17-5 (alk. paper).
    • Joint species distribution models with species correlations and imperfect detection

      Tobler, Mathias W.; Kéry, Marc; Hui, Francis K. C.; Guillera-Arroita, Gurutzeta; Knaus, Peter; Sattler, Thomas (2019)
      Spatiotemporal patterns in biological communities are typically driven by environmental factors and species interactions. Spatial data from communities are naturally described by stacking models for all species in the community....
    • The seasonal energetic landscape of an apex marine carnivore, the polar bear

      Pagano, Anthony M.; Atwood, Todd C.; Durner, George M.; Williams, Terrie M. (2020)
      …In recent decades, the Southern Beaufort Sea subpopulation of polar bears (Ursus maritimus) has developed a divergent movement strategy in response to diminishing sea ice where the majority of the subpopulation (73–85%) stays on the sea ice in summer and the remaining bears move to land…. We used GPS satellite collars with tri-axial accelerometers and conductivity sensors to measure the location, behavior, and energy expenditure of five adult female polar bears in the southern Beaufort Sea across seasons of sea ice breakup and minimum extent…