Christopher Wilmers

Environmental Studies University of California, Santa Cruz, Santa Cruz, CA, United States 
"Christopher Wilmers"


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Wayne M. Getz grad student 2004 UC Berkeley
 (The gray wolf-scavenger complex in Yellowstone National Park.)
Eric Post post-doc Penn State


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Morgan Gray collaborator UC Santa Cruz (E-Tree)
Mark Hebblewhite collaborator UC Santa Cruz
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Burton AC, Beirne C, Gaynor KM, et al. (2024) Mammal responses to global changes in human activity vary by trophic group and landscape. Nature Ecology & Evolution
Mills KL, Belant JL, Beukes M, et al. (2023) Tradeoffs between resources and risks shape the responses of a large carnivore to human disturbance. Communications Biology. 6: 986
Serieys LEK, Bishop JM, Rogan MS, et al. (2023) Anthropogenic activities and age class mediate carnivore habitat selection in a human-dominated landscape. Iscience. 26: 107050
Tucker MA, Schipper AM, Adams TSF, et al. (2023) Behavioral responses of terrestrial mammals to COVID-19 lockdowns. Science (New York, N.Y.). 380: 1059-1064
Nisi AC, Benson JF, King R, et al. (2023) Habitat fragmentation reduces survival and drives source-sink dynamics for a large carnivore. Ecological Applications : a Publication of the Ecological Society of America. e2822
Nisi AC, Suraci JP, Ranc N, et al. (2022) Temporal scale of habitat selection for large carnivores: Balancing energetics, risk and finding prey. The Journal of Animal Ecology. 91: 182-195
Suraci JP, Gaynor KM, Allen ML, et al. (2021) Disturbance type and species life history predict mammal responses to humans. Global Change Biology
Dunford CE, Marks NJ, Wilmers CC, et al. (2020) Surviving in steep terrain: a lab-to-field assessment of locomotor costs for wild mountain lions (). Movement Ecology. 8: 34
Wilmers CC, Metz MC, Stahler DR, et al. (2020) How climate impacts the composition of wolf killed-elk in northern Yellowstone National Park. The Journal of Animal Ecology
Suraci JP, Smith JA, Clinchy M, et al. (2019) Humans, but not their dogs, displace pumas from their kills: An experimental approach. Scientific Reports. 9: 12214
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