Exploring an applied ethic for wildlife managers and conservationists, outlining when there can be ethical justification and moral obligation to intervene with wildlife.
Drawing explicit attention to challenges facing conservation ethics, in order to better facilitate productive communication and collaboration among practitioners and philosophers
We show how consistent individual differences in behavior map to spatial habitat domains, and how those individual differences can mediate trophic cascades.
We paired behavioral experiments and theoretical models to evaluate spider and grasshopper habitat domains under woodlouse presence and warming.
Geomorphic controls can override classic bottom-up control of food webs
We examined N uptake and allocation in two dominant salt plants, and found that experiment duration had a greater impact on N uptake estimates than primary production or stem growth rates.
After wildfire, a tropical passerine demonstrated flexible habitat use.