Publications

Bleicher SS., Dickman CR. 2016. Bust economics: foragers choose high quality habitats in lean times. PeerJ 1:1–15.  Full Text PDF

Bleicher, S. S., J. S. Brown, K. Embar, and B. P. Kotler. 2016. Novel predator recognition by Allenby’s gerbil (Gerbillus andersoni allenbyi): do gerbils learn to respond to a snake that can “see” in the dark? Israel Journal of Ecology & Evolution:1–8. Bleicher et al 2016

Kotler, B. P., J. S. Brown, S. S. Bleicher, and K. Embar. 2016. Intercontinental-wide consequences of compromise-breaking adaptations: the case of desert rodents. Israel Journal of Ecology & Evolution 0:1–10. Kotler-et-al-2016

 

In Preparation

1.      Bleicher, S.S., Shalev, O., Dixon, A., Kotler, B.P. & Brown, J.S. Divergent behaviour amid convergent desert rodents in response to novel vipers. (Ecology Letters)*
2.      Bleicher, S.S. & Dickman, C.R. Artificial shelters alter dunnart’s landscape of fear.(Functional Conservation)*
3.      Bleicher, S.S., Kotler, B.P. & Brown, J.S. Comparing landscapes of fear in four desert rodents exposed to vipers and owls.(Global Ecology and Biogeography)*
4.      Bleicher, S.S., Kotler, B.P., Downs, C.J. & Brown, J.S. Common garden experiments with desert rodents: I. strategies of evasion of known and novel vipers in kangaroo rats from the Mojave and gerbils from the Negev Deserts. (Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology)
5.      Bleicher, S.S., Kotler, B.P., Downs, C.J. & Brown, J.S. Common garden experiments exposing with desert rodents: II. Heteromyid rodents play their evolutionary strengths and provide examples of opposite snake evasion strategies. (Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology)
6.      Bleicher, S.S. & Kotler, B.P. Interview chambers; Applying risk assessment tools from field ecology to a behavioral studies laboratory setting. (Methods in ecology and evolution)
7.      Bleicher, S.S. & Brown, J.S. Game­on, game­off: bridging ecological and neurological pathways to fear. (Oikos)
8.     Bleicher, S.S. Landscapes of Fear: from theory to applied management and evolutionary population ecology. (Conservation Ecology)*
9. Bleicher, S.S. & Rosenzweig M.L. Too much of a good thing? A landscape of fear analysis reveals a human commensalist strongly deterred by hikers (Conservation Ecology).
%d bloggers like this: