On October 29, 2013, graduate students Rob Heckman, Claire Fieseler, and I sat down with Dr. Tony Ives, Plaenert-Bascom Professor . . .
Since summer is often the most “exciting” time of year for ecologists, we have been capitalizing off the opportunity to . . .
“The social organization of Antelope in relation to their ecology” by P.J. Jarman was very imperative in helping me understand . . .
The importance of trophic interactions (i.e., how species interact with one another for and as food) in determining the structure . . .