Robert M. Pringle, Ph.D.

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2009 Stanford University, Palo Alto, CA 
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Ecology Biology, Zoology Biology, Environmental Sciences
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Gretchen C. Daily grad student 2009 Stanford (Terrestrial Ecology Tree)
 (Indirect effects and spatial pattern in an African savanna.)
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Tombak KJ, Hansen CB, Kinsella JM, et al. (2021) The gastrointestinal nematodes of plains and Grevy's zebras: Phylogenetic relationships and host specificity. International Journal For Parasitology. Parasites and Wildlife. 16: 228-235
Campbell-Staton SC, Arnold BJ, Gonçalves D, et al. (2021) Ivory poaching and the rapid evolution of tusklessness in African elephants. Science (New York, N.Y.). 374: 483-487
Coverdale TC, O'Connell RD, Hutchinson MC, et al. (2021) Large herbivores suppress liana infestation in an African savanna. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 118
Castillo Vardaro JA, Bonachela JA, Baker CCM, et al. (2021) Resource availability and heterogeneity shape the self-organisation of regular spatial patterning. Ecology Letters
Wells HBM, Crego RD, Opedal ØH, et al. (2021) Experimental evidence that effects of megaherbivores on mesoherbivore space use are influenced by species' traits. The Journal of Animal Ecology
Guy TJ, Hutchinson MC, Baldock KCR, et al. (2021) Large herbivores transform plant-pollinator networks in an African savanna. Current Biology : Cb
Baker CCM, Castillo Vardaro JA, Doak DF, et al. (2020) Spatial patterning of soil microbial communities created by fungus-farming termites. Molecular Ecology
Kartzinel TR, Pringle RM. (2020) Multiple dimensions of dietary diversity in large mammalian herbivores. The Journal of Animal Ecology
Guyton JA, Pansu J, Hutchinson MC, et al. (2020) Trophic rewilding revives biotic resistance to shrub invasion. Nature Ecology & Evolution
Pringle RM. (2020) Paleoecology: The Functional Uniqueness of Ancient Megafauna. Current Biology : Cb. 30: R32-R35
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