Wolves boost food for Yellowstone's threatened grizzlies Mongabay.com November 13, 2013.
Fresh look at the wolf-grizzly relationship High Country News October 23, 2013.
Can 'Rewilding' Restore Vanishing Ecosystems? TED Radio Hour September 27, 2013.
Gray Wolf population in Yellowstone boosting diet of Grizzly Bears 89.3 KPCC August 8, 2013.
Yellowstone wolves boost berry diet for grizzlies, study says LA Times July 29, 2013.
Wolves help preserve berries for imperiled Yellowstone bears: study Scientific American July 29, 2013.
Wolves help preserve berries for imperiled Yellowstone bears: study Reuters July 29, 2013.
Grizzly Bears resurgent in Yellowstone National Park after return of wolves The Independent July 29, 2013.
Yellowstone wolves spur recovery of bears' berries BBC News July 29, 2013.
Cascading Importance: Wolves, Yellowstone, and the World Beyond. A talk with William Ripple. Jonathan Batchelor Winter 2013.
Large Predators and Ecological Health WAMC Northeast Public Radio August 23.
Top Predators Protect Forests The Wildlife Professional Summer 2012.
Cougars Encourage Lizards in Zion Year of the Lizard News July 2012.
Predators and Plants Science Update April 26.
Herbivores take toll on ecosystem The Register Guard April 10.
Loss of predators affecting ecosystem health OSU Press Release April 9.
Wolves to the Rescue Defenders of Wildlife Defenders Magazine Winter 2012.
Wolves help Yellowstone, researchers say Local 10, CNN January 5, 2012.
How Wolves Are Saving Trees in Yellowstone Good Environment January 4, 2012.
Study says that with more wolves and fewer elk, trees rebounding in portions of Yellowstone The Washington Post January 3, 2012.
Yellowstone transformed 15 years after the return of wolves OSU Press Release Dec 21, 2011.
Lopped Off Science News November 2011.
The Crucial Role of Predators: A New Perspective on Ecology Yale Environment 360 September 15, 2011.
For Want of a Wolf, the Lynx Was Lost? Science Magazine September 9, 2011.
Red wolf comeback in N.C. helps other animals thrive The Charlotte Observer August 13, 2011.
The case for large predators The Oregonian July 23, 2011.
Study tracks effects of declining predator numbers The Register-Guard July 17, 2011.
Loss of top predators causes chaos, including fires and disease The Vancouver Sun July 15, 2011.
Loss of large predators disrupting multiple plant, animal and human ecosystems OSU Press Release July 14, 2011.
Loss of Top Predators Has Far-Reaching Effects PBS Newshour July 14, 2011.
Oregon State researchers: Predators Important To Ecosystems OPB Earthfix July 14, 2011.
Using Wolves and Other Predators to Restore Western Ecosystems Eugene Natural History Society November 2010.
Sharks and Wolves: Predator, Prey Interactions Similar on Land and in Oceans US News Nov. 15, 2010.
New Theory for Megafaunal Extinction American Archaeology Fall 2010.
New theory on what killed off the woolly mammoths Science Fair, USA Today July 2, 2010.
Study probes role of key predators in ecosystem disruption Corvallis Gazette-Times July 1, 2010.
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Destination Science 2010: The reintroduction of wolves has helped bring a severely damaged ecosystem back from the brink Discover Magazine April, 2010.
Mess O' Predators The Discovery Files January 20, 2010.
Top predators' decline disrupts ecosystems, says study The Epoch Times October 14-20, 2009.
Ripple receives Spirit of Defenders Award for Science The Barometer October 7, 2009.
Wolves, jaguars are out, coyotes, foxes are in: New global study The Arizona Daily Star - Blogging in the desert October 2, 2009.
Decline in big predators wreaking havoc on ecosystems, OSU researchers say The Oregonian October 1, 2009.
Where Tasty Morsels Fear to Tread The New York Times: The Wild Side September 29, 2009.
Wolves to the Rescue in Scotland ScienceNOW Daily News (Science Magazine) July 22, 2009.
Can wolves restore an ecosystem? Seattle Times January 25, 2009.
Wolf Loss and Ecosystem Disruption at Olympic National Park Island Geoscience Fall 2008.
The Silence of the Wild William Stolzenburg essay, Powell's Books 2008.
Century without the wolf The Oregonian July 30, 2008.
Wolves and Elk Shape Aspen Forests CurrentResults.com 2007.
Return of the Wolves. Weekly Reader December 2007.
Oregon State is No. 1 in conservation biology. The Oregonian via OregonLive.com September 6, 2007.
Yellowstone's Wolves Save Its Aspens. The New York Times August 5, 2007.
Presence Of Wolves Allows Aspen Recovery In Yellowstone. Science Daily (ScienceDaily.com) July 31, 2007.
Yellowstone trees get help from wolves. MSNBC.com July 27, 2007.
Apsens Return to Yellowstone, With Help From Some Wolves. www.sciencemag.org July 27, 2007.
The Ecology of Fear. emagazine.com March 2006.
Hunting Habits of Yellowstone Wolves Change Ecological Balance in Park. The New York Times Oct. 18, 2005.
Episode 3 "Predators", Strange Days on Planet Earth. National Geographic April 2005.
Ecological changes linked to wolves. The Seattle Times Jan. 12, 2005.
A Top Predator Roars Back. On Earth Summer 2004.
Mystery in Yellowstone: wolves, wapiti, and the case of the disappearing aspen. Notable Notes, Oregon State University 2004.
Research Shows Wolves Play Key Role in Ecosystems. ABC News Dec. 15, 2004.
Who's Afraid of the Big Bad Wolf? The Yellowstone Wolves Controversy. Journal of Young Investigators Nov. 2004.
Lessons from the Wolf. Scientific American Jun. 2004.
Wolves linked to vegetation improvements. Wyoming Tribune-Eagle Mar. 18, 2004.
Endangered Wolves Make a Comeback. National Public Radio Feb. 20, 2004.
Wolves' Leftovers Are Yellowstone's Gain, Study Says. National Geographic News Dec. 4, 2003.
Wolves linked to tree recovery. Billings Gazette Oct 29, 2003.
Wolves enhance biodiversity in Yellowstone, report says. Oregonian Oct. 29, 2003.
A top dog takes over. National Wildlife Federation Oct./Nov. 2003.
Aspens wither without wolves. Herald and News Nov. 19, 2000.
Observatory: Fates of wolf and aspen. New York Times Sep. 26, 2000.
Quiet Decline: Fewer wolves and wildfires may have led to aspen's decline. ABC News Sep. 21, 2000.
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