- Density-dependence vs. density-independence - linking reproductive allocation to population abundance and vegetation greennessBård Jørgen Bårdsen
Norwegian Institute for Nature Research NINA, Arctic Ecology Department, Fram Centre, N 9296 Tromsø, Norway
J Anim Ecol 81:364-76. 2012....
- Experimental evidence of a risk-sensitive reproductive allocation in a long-lived mammalBård Jørgen Bårdsen
Norwegian Institute for Nature Research, Division of Arctic Ecology, Polar Environmental Centre, N 9296 Tromsø, Norway
Ecology 89:829-37. 2008..The ability of individuals to track their environment and the concordant risk-sensitive adjustment of reproductive allocation may render subarctic reindeer more resilient to climate change than previously supposed...
- Observational evidence of risk-sensitive reproductive allocation in a long-lived mammalBård Jørgen Bårdsen
Arctic Ecology Department, Norwegian Institute for Nature Research NINA, Polar Environmental Centre, Tromsø, Norway
Oecologia 162:627-39. 2010..Since females reduce their reproductive allocation as winter conditions becomes more severe, we conclude that reindeer have adopted a risk-sensitive reproductive allocation...
- Why herd size matters - mitigating the effects of livestock crashesMarius Warg Næss
Center for International Climate and Environmental Research Oslo CICERO, Fram Centre, Tromsø, Norway
PLoS ONE 8:e70161. 2013..In the context of climate change, official policies that incorporate pastoral risk management strategies may be the only solution for ensuring their continued existence. ..