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In the shadows of an old-growth forest, Eric Forsman looked into the dark eyes of a spotted owl. He placed a live mouse on a branch, offering the bird a free lunch. “Mousing” is a strategy he and other biologists have used for decades to help unravel the mysteries of the owl's behavior and...
We compared the historic and current geographical ranges of 43 North American carnivores and ungulates to identify large-scale patterns in range contractions and expansions. Seventeen of the species had experienced range contractions over more than 20% of their historic range. In areas of higher...
A central goal of evolutionary ecology is to understand the role of different ecological processes in producing patterns of macroevolutionary diversification. Theory and empirical evidence have shown that competition between existing species can promote evolutionary diversification through...
Interactions between climate and ecosystems with complex topographic gradients generate unique source and sink habitats for water and nutrients as a result of precipitation, energy, and chemical redistribution. We examined these phenomena for a high-elevation site in the Colorado Front Range....
The legacy of Aldo Leopold includes the concept of ethical responsibilities toward the land, and the establishment of ecological restoration both for environmental learning and for land management. For more than a half-century, the land ethic has been a major paradigm for ethical and...
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