Rolf O. Peterson integrates many fields, such as Ecology and Zoology, in his works. Rolf O. Peterson integrates Zoology and Ecology in his studies. In most of his Population studies, his work intersects topics such as Population cycle. Population cycle is closely attributed to Demography in his research. His study in Population extends to Demography with its themes. Rolf O. Peterson combines National park and Ecosystem in his research. In his articles, Rolf O. Peterson combines various disciplines, including Ecosystem and National park. His Predator study frequently draws connections between adjacent fields such as Predation. In his articles, Rolf O. Peterson combines various disciplines, including Predation and Herbivore.
His studies link National park with Ecology. Population is closely attributed to Population size in his work. His Demography research extends to Population size, which is thematically connected. His research brings together the fields of Ungulate and Demography. His study in Habitat extends to Ungulate with its themes. He integrates Habitat and Endangered species in his studies. His Endangered species study frequently draws connections between related disciplines such as Population. In his research, Rolf O. Peterson performs multidisciplinary study on Predation and Trophic level. He performs multidisciplinary studies into Trophic level and Predation in his work.
Wolves, Moose, and Tree Rings on Isle Royale
Snowmobile activity and glucocorticoid stress responses in wolves and elk
Conservation Biology (2002)
Yellowstone after Wolves
Ecosystem consequences of wolf behavioural response to climate
Wolf Ecology and Prey Relationships on Isle Royale
INTROGRESSION OF COYOTE MITOCHONDRIAL DNA INTO SYMPATRIC NORTH AMERICAN GRAY WOLF POPULATIONS
Relationship of deer and moose populations to previous winters' snow
Journal of Animal Ecology (1987)
Wolves, moose, and the allometry of population cycles.
THE EFFECT OF PREY AND PREDATOR DENSITIES ON WOLF PREDATION
Conservation genetics of the endangered Isle Royale gray wolf
Conservation Biology (1991)
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