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

Bleicher SS. 2017. The landscape of fear conceptual framework: Definition and review of current applications and misuses. PeerJ 1: 1-12 Bleicher SS, 2017

Bleicher SS., Rosenzweig ML. 2017. Too much of a good thing? A landscape of fear analysis for peccaries reveals hikers act as a greater deterrent than thorny or bitter food Too much of a good thing? A landscape of fear analysis for peccaries reveals hikers act as a greater deterrent than than thorny and bitter food. Canadian Journal of Zoology (in press) http://www.nrcresearchpress.com/doi/abs/10.1139/cjz-2017-0158#.Wh8ZxUqnHLY

 

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)*
2.      Bleicher, S.S. & Dickman, C.R. Artificial shelters alter dunnart’s landscape of fear.(Functional Conservation (Canadian J. Zoology)*
3.      Bleicher, S.S., Kotler, B.P. & Brown, J.S. Comparing landscapes of fear in four desert rodents exposed to vipers and owls. (Evolutionary Ecology Research)*
4.      Bleicher, S.S. & Kotler, B.P. Interview chambers; Applying risk assessment tools from field ecology to a behavioral studies laboratory setting. (PLOS ONE)*
5.      Bleicher, S.S. & Brown, J.S. Game­on, game­off: bridging ecological and neurological pathways to fear. (Oikos)
6.     Kotler et al. Pit fights: Predators in evolutionarily independent communities. (Oecologia)
7.     Bleicher ss. Applying the Ecology of Fear to Pest Control in Agricultural Systems (Agriculture Research & Technology)
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