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N. Thompson Hobbs
N. Thompson Hobbs
Professor, Natural Resource Ecology Laboratory, Colorado State University
E-mail megerősítve itt: colostate.edu
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Modification of ecosystems by ungulates
NT Hobbs
The Journal of Wildlife Management, 695-713, 1996
13401996
ECOLOGICAL PRINCIPLES AND GUIDELINES FOR MANAGING THE USE OF LANDsup>1
VH Dale, S Brown, RA Haeuber, NT Hobbs, N Huntly, RJ Naiman, ...
Ecological applications 10 (3), 639-670, 2000
8492000
A guide to Bayesian model selection for ecologists
MB Hooten, NT Hobbs
Ecological monographs 85 (1), 3-28, 2015
8342015
Environmental sources of prion transmission in mule deer
MW Miller, ES Williams, NT Hobbs, LL Wolfe
Emerging infectious diseases 10 (6), 1003, 2004
6262004
Estimating the cumulative effects of development on wildlife habitat
DM Theobald, JR Miller, NT Hobbs
Landscape and urban planning 39 (1), 25-36, 1997
5481997
Mechanisms of foraging in mammalian herbivores: new models of functional response
DE Spalinger, NT Hobbs
The American Naturalist 140 (2), 325-348, 1992
5431992
Bayesian models: a statistical primer for ecologists
NT Hobbs, MB Hooten
Princeton University Press, 2015
4822015
Shoot, shovel and shut up: cryptic poaching slows restoration of a large carnivore in Europe
O Liberg, G Chapron, P Wabakken, HC Pedersen, NT Hobbs, H Sand
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 279 (1730), 910-915, 2012
4162012
Alternatives to statistical hypothesis testing in ecology: a guide to self teaching
NT Hobbs, R Hilborn
Ecological Applications 16 (1), 5-19, 2006
4032006
Fire and grazing in the tallgrass prairie: contingent effects on nitrogen budgets
NT Hobbs, DS Schimel, CE Owensby, DS Ojima
Ecology 72 (4), 1374-1382, 1991
3641991
Fragmentation of rangelands: Implications for humans, animals, and landscapes
NT Hobbs, KA Galvin, CJ Stokes, JM Lackett, AJ Ash, RB Boone, RS Reid, ...
Global environmental change 18 (4), 776-785, 2008
3362008
Estimates of habitat carrying capacity incorporating explicit nutritional constraints
NT Hobbs, DM Swift
The Journal of wildlife management, 814-822, 1985
3111985
Incorporating biological information in local land-use decision making: designing a system for conservation planning
DM Theobald, NT Hobbs, T Bearly, JA Zack, T Shenk, WE Riebsame
Landscape ecology 15, 35-45, 2000
3102000
Functional response of herbivores in food‐concentrated patches: tests of a mechanistic model
JE Gross, LA Shipley, NT Hobbs, DE Spalinger, BA Wunder
Ecology 74 (3), 778-791, 1993
2931993
The scaling of intake rate in mammalian herbivores
LA Shipley, JE Gross, DE Spalinger, NT Hobbs, BA Wunder
The American Naturalist 143 (6), 1055-1082, 1994
2901994
Habitat evaluation: do use/availability data reflect carrying capacity?
NT Hobbs, TA Hanley
The Journal of Wildlife Management, 515-522, 1990
2811990
Fragmentation in semi-arid and arid landscapes
KA Galvin, RS Reid, RH Behnke Jr, NT Hobbs
Consequences for Human and Natural Systems, 2008
2522008
Lines around fragments: effects of fencing on large herbivores
RB Boone, NT Hobbs
African journal of range and forage science 21 (3), 147-158, 2004
2302004
Linking energy balance to survival in mule deer: development and test of a simulation model
NT Hobbs
Wildlife Monographs, 3-39, 1989
2291989
Effects of prescribed fire on nutrition of mountain sheep and mule deer during winter and spring
NT Hobbs, RA Spowart
The Journal of Wildlife Management, 551-560, 1984
2271984
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