Ecology, Ursus, Competition, Population density and Reproductive success are his primary areas of study. The Ecology study combines topics in areas such as Zoology and Adult female. His study in the field of Sexual selection, Anal gland and Ailuropoda melanoleuca also crosses realms of Digital coding.
His Ursus research incorporates themes from Litter, Action plan and Taiga. Andreas Zedrosser interconnects Ursus thibetanus, Biological dispersal and Predation in the investigation of issues within Competition. His research investigates the connection between Population density and topics such as Body size that intersect with problems in Compensatory growth.
Andreas Zedrosser spends much of his time researching Ecology, Ursus, Peer review, Zoology and Reproductive success. The various areas that Andreas Zedrosser examines in his Ecology study include Population density and Litter. His Population density research integrates issues from Longevity, Adult female, Competition, Body size and Biological dispersal.
His Ursus research includes elements of Offspring, Juvenile, Animal ecology, Carnivore and Animal science. Andreas Zedrosser combines subjects such as Mate choice and Reproduction with his study of Reproductive success. In Mating, Andreas Zedrosser works on issues like Sexual dimorphism, which are connected to Intraspecific competition and Foraging.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Ursus, Ecology, Carnivore, Wildlife and Habitat. He has included themes like Zoology, Nocturnal and Reproductive success in his Ursus study. Andreas Zedrosser carries out multidisciplinary research, doing studies in Ecology and Energy loss.
His Carnivore research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Apex predator, Vital rates, Life history theory, Life expectancy and Genetic structure. In the subject of general Wildlife, his work in Wildlife conservation is often linked to Displacement, Boldness and Big Five personality traits, thereby combining diverse domains of study. His work on Ungulate as part of general Habitat study is frequently linked to Behavioral traits, bridging the gap between disciplines.
His primary scientific interests are in Ecology, Wildlife, Ursus, Peer review and Carnivore. Vaccinium myrtillus and Omnivore are among the areas of Ecology where Andreas Zedrosser concentrates his study. The concepts of his Vaccinium myrtillus study are interwoven with issues in Abundance, Foraging, Human–wildlife conflict and Reproductive success.
His work on Wildlife conservation as part of general Wildlife study is frequently connected to Big Five personality traits, Boldness and Displacement, therefore bridging the gap between diverse disciplines of science and establishing a new relationship between them. The various areas that Andreas Zedrosser examines in his Ursus study include Population density, Intraspecific competition, Home range, Herbivore and Phenology. His Carnivore research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Natural resource, Life expectancy, Vital rates and Apex predator.
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Inversely density-dependent natal dispersal in brown bears Ursus arctos
Action Plan for the conservation of the Brown Bear (Ursus arctos) in Europe
Should I stay or should I go? Natal dispersal in the brown bear
Animal Behaviour (2007)
The mating system of the brown bear Ursus arctos
Mammal Review (2012)
Ultimate and proximate mechanisms underlying the occurrence of bears close to human settlements: review and management implications
Mammal Review (2014)
Population Density and Food Conditions Determine Adult Female Body Size in Brown Bears
Journal of Mammalogy (2006)
Genetic estimates of annual reproductive success in male brown bears: the effects of body size, age, internal relatedness and population density.
Journal of Animal Ecology (2007)
Quantifying consistent individual differences in habitat selection.
Brown bear conservation and the ghost of persecution past
Biological Conservation (2011)
Archiving primary data: Solutions for long-term studies
Trends in Ecology and Evolution (2015)
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