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Forest Ecology and Management, ISSN 0378-1127, 12/2018, Volume 429, pp. 511 - 519
•Extent and intensity of deer browsing was higher on felled than standing rowans.•Browsed mass on trees, especially on felled ones, increased with their... 
Stand cleaning | Sorbus aucuparia | Herbivory | Slovakia | Bark stripping | Cervus elaphus | MOOSE ALCES-ALCES | SORBUS-AUCUPARIA L | MANAGEMENT | ROE DEER | DAMAGE | FOREST | CERVUS-ELAPHUS | IMPACT | FOOD RESOURCES | FORESTRY | FAGUS-SYLVATICA | Coniferous forests | Forest reserves
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Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, ISSN 0027-8424, 11/2017, Volume 114, Issue 46, pp. 12208 - 12212
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Hystrix, ISSN 0394-1914, 2017, Volume 28, Issue 2, pp. 231 - 239
Teeth constitute a bridge between an organism and its environment. Dental wear is a good proxy for (paleo) ecologists to better comprehend the ecology and... 
Tooth wear | Diet | Dama dama | Mediterranean climate | Cervus elaphus | Spain | DIET COMPOSITION | REPRODUCTIVE CHANGES | MALE FALLOW DEER | WINTER DIET | tooth wear | FOREST | CERVUS-ELAPHUS | RUMINANTS | DAMA-DAMA | ZOOLOGY | ECOLOGY | diet | RED-DEER
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1970, Wildlife monographs, Volume no. 23, 66
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Forest Ecology and Management, ISSN 0378-1127, 10/2017, Volume 401, pp. 242 - 254
•Herbicides and herbivory effects on elk nutritional resources are of rising concern.•Herbicides reduced preferred species biomass for 2years and avoided... 
Herbicides | Herbivory | Nutrition | Elk | Forest succession | Cervus elaphus | SPECIES COMPOSITION | FORAGING BEHAVIOR | OLYMPIC-NATIONAL-PARK | CERVUS-ELAPHUS ROOSEVELTI | OLD-GROWTH FORESTS | HABITAT SELECTION | DEFENDING PLANTS | COASTAL DOUGLAS-FIR | TAILED DEER | MULE DEER | FORESTRY | Evaluation | Analysis
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Animal Production Science, ISSN 1836-0939, 2018, Volume 59, Issue 3, pp. 549 - 563
Considerable expansion of red deer farming has occurred in the South Island high country of New Zealand. On these farms, breeding hinds are usually... 
Resource selection | Diurnal rhythms | Remote sensing | Cervus elaphus | AGRICULTURE, DAIRY & ANIMAL SCIENCE | ELK | BEHAVIOR | SIZE | SHEEP | remote sensing | CLASSIFICATION | diurnal rhythms | RUMINANTS | ISLAND | resource selection | SELECTION | SPACE USE | CERVUS-ELAPHUS L
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Forest Ecology and Management, ISSN 0378-1127, 09/2014, Volume 328, pp. 262 - 269
•3D-dental microwear textural analysis mirrors feeding habits of ruminants.•3D-DMTA emphasizes the dietary overlapping among cervids from Białowieża... 
Food niche overlap | Bison bonasus | Diet | Cervus elaphus | Alces alces | Capreolus capreolus | Bison bon asus | DEER CERVUS-ELAPHUS | DIET COMPOSITION | ROE DEER | LANGEBAANWEG | ECOLOGY | RED-DEER | FORESTRY | Old growth forests | Anisotropy | Analysis | Moose | Earth Sciences | Sciences of the Universe | Paleontology
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Forest Ecology and Management, ISSN 0378-1127, 01/2018, Volume 407, pp. 166 - 173
[Display omitted] •Diversionary feeding steers red deer spatiotemporal behavior during winter.•Diversionary feeding can reduce selection pressure on vulnerable... 
Diversionary feeding | Bark-stripping | Supplementary feeding | Cervus elaphus | Browsing | Deer impact | PATTERNS | WIND DISTURBANCE | UNGULATE | CERVUS-ELAPHUS | BROWSING IMPACT | LIFE-HISTORY | ECOLOGY | PICEA-ABIES | FORESTRY | TRAITS | RANGE | Evaluation | Forest management | Sustainable forestry | Food | Environmental protection
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Animal Behaviour, ISSN 0003-3472, 2007, Volume 73, Issue 1, pp. 215 - 225
We studied individual and herd level behavioural responses of elk to spatial and temporal variation in the risk of predation by wolves over three winters in... 
vigilance | antipredator behaviour | predation risk | elk | herd size | wolf | body condition | Cervus elaphus | group size | Canis lupus | POPULATION | RED DEER | RISK | STURNUS-VULGARIS | PREY INTERACTIONS | CERVUS-ELAPHUS | GROUP-SIZE | ZOOLOGY | HABITAT USE | BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES | ATTACK ABATEMENT | Predation (Biology)
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