Merav Ben-David
Merav Ben-David
Professor of Wildlife Ecology, University of Wyoming
Verified email at uwyo.edu
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Annual and seasonal changes in diets of martens: evidence from stable isotope analysis
M Ben-David, RW Flynn, DM Schell
Oecologia 111 (2), 280-291, 1997
3671997
Fertilization of terrestrial vegetation by spawning Pacific salmon: the role of flooding and predator activity
M Ben-David, TA Hanley, DM Schell
Oikos, 47-55, 1998
2921998
Stable isotopes in mammalian research: a beginner's guide
M Ben-David, EA Flaherty
Journal of mammalogy 93 (2), 312-328, 2012
2292012
Consumption of salmon by Alaskan brown bears: a trade-off between nutritional requirements and the risk of infanticide?
M Ben-David, K Titus, LVR Beier
Oecologia 138 (3), 465-474, 2004
1992004
Seasonal changes in diets of coastal and riverine mink: the role of spawning Pacific salmon
M Ben-David, TA Hanley, DR Klein, DM Schell
Canadian Journal of Zoology 75 (5), 803-811, 1997
1721997
Mixing models in analyses of diet using multiple stable isotopes: a response
M Ben-David, DM Schell
Oecologia 127 (2), 180-184, 2001
1652001
Assessment of anadromous salmon resources in the diet of the Alexander Archipelago wolf using stable isotope analysis
MM Szepanski, M Ben-David, V Van Ballenberghe
Oecologia 120 (3), 327-335, 1999
1621999
Social behavior and ecosystem processes: river otter latrines and nutrient dynamics of terrestrial vegetation
M Ben-David, RT Bowyer, LK Duffy, DD Roby, DM Schell
Ecology 79 (7), 2567-2571, 1998
1511998
Characteristics of sex‐biased dispersal and gene flow in coastal river otters: implications for natural recolonization of extirpated populations
GM Blundell, M Ben‐David, P Groves, RT Bowyer, E Geffen
Molecular Ecology 11 (3), 289-303, 2002
1302002
Niche partitioning among mule deer, elk, and cattle: do stable isotopes reflect dietary niche?
KM Stewart, RT Bowyer, J Kie, BL Dick, M Ben-David
Ecoscience 10 (3), 297-302, 2003
1282003
Effects of the Exxon Valdez oil spill on river otters: injury and recovery of a sentinel species
RT Bowyer, GM Blundell, M Ben-David, SC Jewett, TA Dean, LK Duffy
Wildlife monographs, 1-53, 2003
1252003
Sociality in river otters: cooperative foraging or reproductive strategies?
GM Blundell, M Ben-David, RT Bowyer
Behavioral Ecology 13 (1), 134-141, 2002
1172002
Analysis of stable isotope data: AK nearest-neighbors randomization test
MN Rosing, M Ben-David, RP Barry
The Journal of Wildlife Management, 380-388, 1998
1071998
Niche separation by mink and river otters: coexistence in a marine environment
M Ben-David, RT Bowyer, JB Faro
Oikos, 41-48, 1996
1001996
Communication in river otters: creation of variable resource sheds for terrestrial communities
M Ben-David, GM Blundell, JW Kern, JAK Maier, ED Brown, SC Jewett
Ecology 86 (5), 1331-1345, 2005
952005
Why do river otters scent-mark? An experimental test of several hypotheses
RR Rostain, M Ben-David, P Groves, JA Randall
Animal behaviour 68 (4), 703-711, 2004
952004
Overlap and partitioning of the ecological and isotopic niches
EA Flaherty, M Ben‐David
Oikos 119 (9), 1409-1416, 2010
902010
Assigning birds to wintering and breeding grounds using stable isotopes: lessons from two feather generations among three intercontinental migrants
DA Rocque, M Ben-David, RP Barry, K Winker
Journal of Ornithology 147 (2), 395-404, 2006
772006
Maternal condition determines birth date and growth of newborn bear cubs
CT Robbins, M Ben-David, JK Fortin, OL Nelson
Journal of Mammalogy 93 (2), 540-546, 2012
752012
Consequences of long-distance swimming and travel over deep-water pack ice for a female polar bear during a year of extreme sea ice retreat
GM Durner, JP Whiteman, HJ Harlow, SC Amstrup, EV Regehr, ...
Polar Biology 34 (7), 975-984, 2011
752011
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