Michel T. Kohl
Michel T. Kohl
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Diel predator activity drives a dynamic landscape of fear
Michel T. Kohl, Daniel R. Stahler, Matthew C. Metz, James D. Forester ...
Ecological Monographs, 1-15, 2018
Without inclusion, diversity initiatives may not be enough
C Puritty, LR Strickland, E Alia, B Blonder, E Klein, MT Kohl, E McGee, ...
Science 357 (6356), 1101-1102, 2017
Bison versus cattle: Are they ecologically synonymous?
MT Kohl, PR Krausman, K Kunkel, DM Williams
Rangeland Ecology & Management 66 (6), 721-731, 2013
Do prey select for vacant hunting domains to minimize a multi‐predator threat?
MT Kohl, TK Ruth, MC Metz, DR Stahler, DW Smith, PJ White, ...
Ecology letters 22 (11), 1724-1733, 2019
Weak spatiotemporal response of prey to predation risk in a freely interacting system
JJ Cusack, MT Kohl, MC Metz, T Coulson, DR Stahler, DW Smith, ...
Journal of Animal Ecology 89 (1), 120-131, 2020
An applied ecology of fear framework: linking theory to conservation practice
KM Gaynor, MJ Cherry, SL Gilbert, MT Kohl, CL Larson, TM Newsome, ...
Animal Conservation 24 (3), 308-321, 2021
Greater sage-grouse resource selection drives reproductive fitness under a conifer removal strategy
CP Sandford, MT Kohl, TA Messmer, DK Dahlgren, A Cook, BR Wing
Rangeland Ecology & Management 70 (1), 59-67, 2017
How climate impacts the composition of wolf‐killed elk in northern Yellowstone National Park
CC Wilmers, MC Metz, DR Stahler, MT Kohl, C Geremia, DW Smith
Journal of Animal Ecology 89 (6), 1511-1519, 2020
Forage value of invasive species to the diet of Rocky Mountain elk
MT Kohl, M Hebblewhite, SM Cleveland, RM Callaway
Rangelands 34 (2), 24-28, 2012
The effects of electric power lines on the breeding ecology of greater sage-grouse
MT Kohl, TA Messmer, BA Crabb, MR Guttery, DK Dahlgren, RT Larsen, ...
PLoS One 14 (1), e0209968, 2019
Predicting greater sage‐grouse habitat selection at the southern periphery of their range
S Picardi, T Messmer, B Crabb, M Kohl, D Dahlgren, N Frey, R Larsen, ...
Ecology and Evolution 10 (23), 13451-13463, 2020
Population dynamics of northern Yellowstone elk after wolf reintroduction
DR MacNulty, DR Stahler, T Wyman, J Ruprecht, LM Smith, MT Kohl, ...
Yellowstone wolves: Science and discovery in the world's first national park …, 2020
Using satellite‐derived estimates of plant phenological rhythms to predict sage‐grouse nesting chronology
DC Stoner, TA Messmer, RT Larsen, SN Frey, MT Kohl, ET Thacker, ...
Ecology and Evolution 10 (20), 11169-11182, 2020
Sage‐grouse breeding and late brood‐rearing habitat guidelines in Utah
DK Dahlgren, TA Messmer, BA Crabb, MT Kohl, SN Frey, ET Thacker, ...
Wildlife Society Bulletin 43 (4), 576-589, 2019
The big scientific debate: trophic cascades
DW Smith, RO Peterson, DR MacNulty, M Kohl
Yellowstone Sci 24 (1), 70-71, 2016
Nesting, brood rearing, and summer habitat selection by translocated greater sage‐grouse in North Dakota, USA
KD Lazenby, PS Coates, ST O’Neil, MT Kohl, DK Dahlgren
Ecology and Evolution 11 (6), 2741-2760, 2021
Barriers to management of a foreign animal disease at the wildlife-domestic animal interface: the case of rabbit hemorrhagic disease in the United States
HG Shapiro, EF Pienaar, MT Kohl
Frontiers in Conservation Science 3, 857678, 2022
Bison conservation in the northern Great Plains
MT Kohl
University of Montana, 2012
Accounting for imperfect detection in observational studies: modeling wolf sightability in Yellowstone National Park
MC Metz, J SunderRaj, DW Smith, DR Stahler, MT Kohl, KA Cassidy, ...
Ecosphere 11 (6), e03152, 2020
Correction: The effects of electric power lines on the breeding ecology of greater sage-grouse
MT Kohl, TA Messmer, BA Crabb, MR Guttery, DK Dahlgren, RT Larsen, ...
Plos one 14 (3), e0213669, 2019
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