Ecology, Habitat, Northern spotted owl, Predation and Nest are his primary areas of study. His research on Ecology frequently links to adjacent areas such as Zoology. He has included themes like Pesticide, Biological dispersal, Inbreeding and Reproduction in his Zoology study.
His research in the fields of Small mammal overlaps with other disciplines such as Precipitation. His Northern spotted owl study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Extinction and Occupancy. His Nest research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Bald eagle and Geographic information system.
Robert G. Anthony focuses on Ecology, Habitat, Northern spotted owl, Predation and Range. His Ecology study frequently links to adjacent areas such as Zoology. His work on Bivalvia and Mollusca as part of general Zoology research is frequently linked to δ15N, bridging the gap between disciplines.
His Habitat research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Foraging and Fishery. The study incorporates disciplines such as Arboreal locomotion and Occupancy in addition to Northern spotted owl. His work carried out in the field of Predation brings together such families of science as Seasonal breeder, Canis, Peromyscus and Reproductive success.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Ecology, Northern spotted owl, Habitat, Range and Zoology. Robert G. Anthony merges many fields, such as Ecology and Survival rate, in his writings. His Northern spotted owl study which covers Occupancy that intersects with Competition and Wildlife.
His work in the fields of Habitat, such as Habitat fragmentation, intersects with other areas such as Context. His Range research includes themes of Artemisia, Elevation, Sympatry, Adaptive management and Fragmentation. His Zoology research integrates issues from Mytilus and Seabird.
Robert G. Anthony mainly investigates Ecology, Northern spotted owl, Occupancy, Zoology and Wildlife. In the field of Ecology, his study on Habitat, Predation, Range and Landscape ecology overlaps with subjects such as δ15N. The concepts of his Habitat study are interwoven with issues in Old-growth forest, Species richness, Competition and Extinction.
His studies deal with areas such as Climate change, Growing season and Annual variation as well as Predation. His Landscape ecology study combines topics in areas such as Nature Conservation and Scale. His work carried out in the field of Wildlife brings together such families of science as Forestry, Salvage logging and Nesting.
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MODELING OF SITE OCCUPANCY DYNAMICS FOR NORTHERN SPOTTED OWLS, WITH EMPHASIS ON THE EFFECTS OF BARRED OWLS
Gail S. Olson;Robert G. Anthony;Eric D. Forsman;Steven H. Ackers.
Journal of Wildlife Management (2005)
Comparison of rumen and fecal analysis to describe deer diets
Journal of Wildlife Management (1974)
EXPERIMENTAL EFFECTS OF HUMAN ACTIVITYON BREEDING BALD EAGLES
Ecological Applications (2000)
Effects of Road Management on Movement and Survival of Roosevelt Elk
Journal of Wildlife Management (1997)
MODELING DEMOGRAPHIC PERFORMANCE OF NORTHERN SPOTTED OWLS RELATIVE TO FOREST HABITAT IN OREGON
Gail S. Olson;Elizabeth M. Glenn;Robert G. Anthony;Eric D. Forsman.
Journal of Wildlife Management (2004)
Small Mammal and Amphibian Abundance in Streamside and Upslope Habitats of Mature Douglas-fir Stands, Western Oregon
ECOLOGICAL RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN MULE DEER AND WHITE-TAILED DEER IN SOUTHEASTERN ARIZONA
Ecological Monographs (1977)
Characteristics of northern flying squirrel populations in young second- and old-growth forests in western Oregon
Canadian Journal of Zoology (1992)
Natal and breeding dispersal of northern spotted owls
E.D. Forsman;R.G. Anthony;J.A. Reid;P.J. Loschl.
Wildlife Monographs (2002)
THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN HABITAT CHARACTERISTICS AND DEMOGRAPHIC PERFORMANCE OF NORTHERN SPOTTED OWLS IN SOUTHERN OREGON
The Condor (2005)
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