N. Thompson Hobbs
N. Thompson Hobbs
Professor, Natural Resource Ecology Laboratory, Colorado State University
Verified email at colostate.edu
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Modification of ecosystems by ungulates
NT Hobbs
The Journal of Wildlife Management, 695-713, 1996
11091996
ECOLOGICAL PRINCIPLES AND GUIDELINES FOR MANAGING THE USE OF LANDsup>1
VH Dale, S Brown, RA Haeuber, NT Hobbs, N Huntly, RJ Naiman, ...
Ecological applications 10 (3), 639-670, 2000
7302000
Environmental sources of prion transmission in mule deer
MW Miller, ES Williams, NT Hobbs, LL Wolfe
Emerging infectious diseases 10 (6), 1003, 2004
4942004
A guide to Bayesian model selection for ecologists
MB Hooten, NT Hobbs
Ecological Monographs 85 (1), 3-28, 2015
4922015
Mechanisms of foraging in mammalian herbivores: new models of functional response
DE Spalinger, NT Hobbs
The American Naturalist 140 (2), 325-348, 1992
4681992
Estimating the cumulative effects of development on wildlife habitat
DM Theobald, JR Miller, NT Hobbs
Landscape and urban planning 39 (1), 25-36, 1997
4671997
Alternatives to statistical hypothesis testing in ecology: a guide to self teaching
NT Hobbs, R Hilborn
Ecological Applications 16 (1), 5-19, 2006
3502006
Fire and grazing in the tallgrass prairie: contingent effects on nitrogen budgets
NT Hobbs, DS Schimel, CE Owensby, DS Ojima
Ecology 72 (4), 1374-1382, 1991
3231991
Shoot, shovel and shut up: cryptic poaching slows restoration of a large carnivore in Europe
O Liberg, G Chapron, P Wabakken, HC Pedersen, NT Hobbs, H Sand
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 279 (1730), 910-915, 2012
2982012
Incorporating biological information in local land-use decision making: designing a system for conservation planning
DM Theobald, NT Hobbs, T Bearly, JA Zack, T Shenk, WE Riebsame
Landscape ecology 15 (1), 35-45, 2000
2792000
Functional response of herbivores in food‐concentrated patches: tests of a mechanistic model
JE Gross, LA Shipley, NT Hobbs, DE Spalinger, BA Wunder
Ecology 74 (3), 778-791, 1993
2581993
Estimates of habitat carrying capacity incorporating explicit nutritional constraints
NT Hobbs, DM Swift
The Journal of wildlife management, 814-822, 1985
2551985
The scaling of intake rate in mammalian herbivores
LA Shipley, JE Gross, DE Spalinger, NT Hobbs, BA Wunder
The American Naturalist 143 (6), 1055-1082, 1994
2511994
Habitat evaluation: do use/availability data reflect carrying capacity?
NT Hobbs, TA Hanley
The Journal of wildlife management, 515-522, 1990
2461990
Bayesian models: a statistical primer for ecologists
NT Hobbs, MB Hooten
Princeton University Press, 2015
2442015
Fragmentation of rangelands: implications for humans, animals, and landscapes
NT Hobbs, KA Galvin, CJ Stokes, JM Lackett, AJ Ash, RB Boone, RS Reid, ...
Global environmental change 18 (4), 776-785, 2008
2412008
Linking energy balance to survival in mule deer: development and test of a simulation model
NT Hobbs
Wildlife Monographs, 3-39, 1989
2001989
Effects of prescribed fire on nutrition of mountain sheep and mule deer during winter and spring
NT Hobbs, RA Spowart
The Journal of wildlife management, 551-560, 1984
1931984
Challenges and opportunities in integrating ecological knowledge across scales
NT Hobbs
Forest Ecology and Management 181 (1-2), 223-238, 2003
1872003
Lines around fragments: effects of fencing on large herbivores
RB Boone, NT Hobbs
African journal of range and forage science 21 (3), 147-158, 2004
1752004
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