Reidar Andersen mainly investigates Ecology, Roe deer, Predation, Eurasian lynx and Habitat. The various areas that he examines in his Ecology study include Population growth and Population density. His Predation research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Range, Livestock and Lepus timidus.
The Eurasian lynx study combines topics in areas such as Home range, Interspecific competition, Poor body condition, Animal science and Lagopus. His research integrates issues of Niche and Multivariate statistics in his study of Habitat. Reidar Andersen interconnects Seasonality, Vulpes, Total mortality and Negative relationship in the investigation of issues within Capreolus.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Ecology, Roe deer, Predation, Capreolus and Eurasian lynx. His research links Population density with Ecology. His biological study deals with issues like Ungulate, which deal with fields such as Wildlife conservation.
His Predation study incorporates themes from Canis and Taiga. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Reproductive success, Optimal foraging theory, Mating system, Biological dispersal and Animal science. His Eurasian lynx study combines topics in areas such as Zoology, Home range, Livestock, Carnivore and Population growth.
Reidar Andersen spends much of his time researching Ecology, Roe deer, Predation, Eurasian lynx and Habitat. Within one scientific family, Reidar Andersen focuses on topics pertaining to Holocene under Ecology, and may sometimes address concerns connected to Cervus elaphus. Reidar Andersen has included themes like Population density and Predator in his Roe deer study.
As part of the same scientific family, Reidar Andersen usually focuses on Eurasian lynx, concentrating on Range and intersecting with Feliformia. His Habitat research focuses on subjects like Foraging, which are linked to Spatial heterogeneity. In his study, Carnivore and Density dependence is inextricably linked to Population growth, which falls within the broad field of Capreolus.
Reidar Andersen mainly investigates Ecology, Eurasian lynx, Roe deer, Predation and Habitat. His Ecology study frequently draws parallels with other fields, such as Population density. His Population density research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Semelparity and iteroparity, Intraspecific competition and Demographic analysis.
His Predator study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Trophic level, Abiotic component and Capreolus. His Animal ecology research includes elements of Range, Abundance and Feliformia. His work carried out in the field of Disturbance brings together such families of science as Natural selection, Home range and Spatial variability.
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Prey density, environmental productivity and home-range size in the Eurasian lynx (Lynx lynx)
Ivar Herfindal;John D. C. Linnell;John Odden;Erlend Birkeland Nilsen.
Journal of Zoology (2005)
Patterns of self-reported fear towards large carnivores among the Norwegian public
Eivin Røskaft;Tore Bjerke;Bjørn Kaltenborn;John D.C Linnell.
Evolution and Human Behavior (2003)
The fear of wolves: A review of wolf attacks on humans
John Linnell;Reidar Andersen;Zanete Andersone;Linas Balciauskas.
Survival rates and causes of mortality in Eurasian lynx (Lynx lynx) in multi-use landscapes
Henrik Andrén;John D.C. Linnell;Olof Liberg;Reidar Andersen.
Biological Conservation (2006)
Assessing habitat selection using multivariate statistics: Some refinements of the ecological-niche factor analysis
Mathieu Basille;Clément Calenge;Éric Marboutin;Reidar Andersen.
Ecological Modelling (2008)
Factors affecting maternal care in an income breeder, the European roe deer
Reidar Andersen;Jean Michel Gaillard;John D.C. Linnell;Patrick Duncan.
Journal of Animal Ecology (2000)
Home range size and choice of management strategy for lynx in Scandinavia.
John D. C. Linnell;Reidar Andersen;Tor Kvam;Henrik Andrén.
Environmental Management (2001)
Conservation of biodiversity in Scandinavian boreal forests: large carnivores as flagships, umbrellas, indicators, or keystones?
John D.C. Linnell;Jon E. Swenson;Reidar Andersen.
Biodiversity and Conservation (2000)
Regulation of parental effort in a long-lived seabird an experimental manipulation of the cost of reproduction in the antarctic petrel, Thalassoica antarctica
Bernt-Erik Sæther;Reidar Andersen;Hans Christian Pedersen.
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology (1993)
Diet of Eurasian lynx, Lynx lynx , in the boreal forest of southeastern Norway: the relative importance of livestock and hares at low roe deer density
John Odden;John D. C. Linnell;Reidar Andersen.
European Journal of Wildlife Research (2006)
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