• Competition between apex predators? Brown bears decrease wolf kill rate on two continents 

      Tallian, Aimee; Ordiz, Andres; Metz, Matthew C.; Milleret, Cyril; Wikenros, Camilla; Smith, Douglas W.; Stahler, Daniel R.; Kindberg, Jonas; MacNulty, Daniel R.; Wabakken, Petter; Swenson, Jon; Sand, Håkan (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2017)
      Trophic interactions are a fundamental topic in ecology, but we know little about how competition between apex predators affects predation, the mechanism driving top-down forcing in ecosystems.We used long-term datasets ...
    • Habitat segregation between brown bears and grey wolves in a human-dominated landscape 

      Milleret, Cyril Pierre; Ordiz Fernandez, Andres Avelino; Chapron, Guillaume; Andreassen, Harry Peter; Kindberg, Jonas; Månsson, Johan; Tallian, Aimee; Wabakken, Petter; Wikenros, Camilla; Zimmermann, Barbara; Swenson, Jon; Sand, Håkan (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2018)
    • Individual Variation in Predatory Behavior, Scavenging and Seasonal Prey Availability as Potential Drivers of Coexistence between Wolves and Bears 

      Ordiz Fernandez, Andres Avelino; Milleret, Cyril Pierre; Uzal, Antonio; Zimmermann, Barbara; Wabakken, Petter; Wikenros, Camilla; Sand, Håkan; Swenson, Jon; Kindberg, Jonas (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2020)
      Several large carnivore populations are recovering former ranges, and it is important to understand interspecific interactions between overlapping species. In Scandinavia, recent research has reported that brown bear ...
    • Individual variation in predatory behavior, scavenging and seasonal prey availability as potential drivers of coexistence betweenwolves and bears 

      Ordiz, Andres; Milleret, Cyril Pierre; Uzal, Antonio; Zimmermann, Barbara; Wabakken, Petter; Wikenros, Camilla; Sand, Håkan; Swenson, Jon; Kindberg, Jonas (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2020)
    • Network structure of vertebrate scavenger assemblages at the global scale: drivers and ecosystem functioning implications 

      Sebastián-González, Esther; Morales-Reyes, Zebensui; Botella, Francisco; Naves-Alegre, Lara; Pérez-García, Juan M.; Mateo-Tomás, Patricia; Olea, Pedro P.; Moleón, Marcos; Barbosa, Jomar M.; Hiraldo, Fernando; Arrondo, Eneko; Donázar, José Antonio; Cortés-Avizanda, Ainara; Selva, Nuria; Lambertucci, Sergio A.; Bhattacharjee, Aishwarya; Brewer, Alexis; Abernethy, Erin; Turner, Kelsey; Beasley, James C.; DeVault, Travis L.; Gerke, Hannah C.; Rhodes Jr, Olin E.; Ordiz, Andres; Wikenros, Camilla; Zimmermann, Barbara; Wabakken, Petter; Wilmers, Christopher C.; Smith, Justine A.; Kendall, Corinne J.; Ogada, Darcy; Frehner, Ethan; Allen, Maximilian L.; Wittmer, Heiko U.; Butler, James R.A.; du Toit, Johan T.; Margalida, Antoni; Oliva-Vidal, Pilar; Wilson, David; Jerina, Klemen; Krofel, Miha; Kostecke, Rich; Inger, Richard; Per, Esra; Ayhan, Yunus; Ulusoy, Hasan; Vural, Doğanay; Inagaki, Akino; Koike, Shinsuke; Samson, Arockianathan; Perrig, Paula L.; Spencer, Emma; Newsome, Thomas M.; Heurich, Marco; Anadón, José D.; Buechley, Evan R.; Sánchez-Zapata, José A. (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2020)
    • No place like home? A test of the natal habitat-biased dispersal hypothesis in Scandinavian wolves 

      Sanz Perez, Ana; Ordiz Fernandez, Andres Avelino; Sand, Håkan; Swenson, Jon; Wabakken, Petter; Wikenros, Camilla; Zimmermann, Barbara; Åkesson, Mikael; Milleret, Cyril Pierre (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2018)
      Natal dispersal is an important mechanism for the viability of populations. The influence of local conditions or experience gained in the natal habitat could improve fitness if dispersing individuals settle in an area with ...
    • Testing the influence of habitat experienced during the natal phase on habitat selection later in life in Scandinavian wolves 

      Milleret, Cyril; Ordiz, Andres; Sanz Perez, Ana; Uzal, Antonio; Sanchez, David Carricondo; Eriksen, Ane; Sand, Håkan; Wabakken, Petter; Wikenros, Camilla; Åkesson, Mikael; Zimmermann, Barbara (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2019)
      Natal habitat preference induction (NHPI) occurs when characteristics of the natal habitat influence the future habitat selection of an animal. However, the influence of NHPI after the dispersal phase has received remarkably ...
    • The return of large carnivores: Using hunter observation data to understand the role of predators on ungulate populations 

      Tallian, Aimee Grace; Ordiz Fernandez, Andres Avelino; Zimmermann, Barbara; Sand, Håkan; Wikenros, Camilla; Wabakken, Petter; Bergqvist, Göran; Kindberg, Jonas (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2021)
      Large carnivores play a key ecological role in nature, yet quantifying the effects of predation at large spatiotemporal scales remains challenging. Wolves and brown bears have recovered in Sweden, where they share the same ...
    • Wolf habitat selection when sympatric or allopatric with brown bears in Scandinavia 

      Ordiz Fernandez, Andres Avelino; Uzal, Antonio; Milleret, Cyril Pierre; Sanz-Perez, Ana; Zimmermann, Barbara; Wikenros, Camilla; Wabakken, Petter; Kindberg, Jonas; Swenson, Jon; Sand, Håkan (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2020)
      Habitat selection of animals depends on factors such as food availability, landscape features, and intraand interspecific interactions. Individuals can show several behavioral responses to reduce competition for habitat, ...
    • Wolves at the door? Factors influencing the individual behavior of wolves in relation to anthropogenic features 

      Sanchez, David Carricondo; Zimmermann, Barbara; Wabakken, Petter; Eriksen, Ane; Milleret, Cyril Pierre; Ordiz, Andres; Sanz-Pérez, Ana; Wikenros, Camilla (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2020)
      The recovery of large carnivores in human-dominated landscapes comes with challenges. In general, large carnivores avoid humans and their activities, and human avoidance favors coexistence, but individual variation in large ...