William E. Grant
William E. Grant
Professor of Ecology and Conservation Biology, Texas A&M University
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Importance of vegetative cover to cycles of Microtus populations
EC Birney, WE Grant, DD Baird
Ecology 57 (5), 1043-1051, 1976
3721976
Coastal erosion, global sea‐level rise, and the loss of sand dune plant habitats
RA Feagin, DJ Sherman, WE Grant
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 3 (7), 359-364, 2005
2972005
Ecology and natural resource management: systems analysis and simulation
WE Grant, EK Pedersen, SL Marín
John Wiley & Sons, 1997
2591997
Structure and productivity of grassland small mammal communities related to grazing-induced changes in vegetative cover
WE Grant, EC Birney, NR French, DM Swift
Journal of Mammalogy 63 (2), 248-260, 1982
1901982
Small mammal energetics in grassland ecosystems
NR French, WE Grant, W Grodzinski, DM Swift
Ecological Monographs 46 (2), 201-220, 1976
1481976
Small mammal community structure in North American grasslands
WE Grant, EC Birney
Journal of Mammalogy 60 (1), 23-36, 1979
1241979
Simulation of a fire-sensitive ecological threshold: a case study of Ashe juniper on the Edwards Plateau of Texas, USA
SD Fuhlendorf, FE Smeins, WE Grant
Ecological Modelling 90 (3), 245-255, 1996
1211996
An artificial intelligence modelling approach to simulating animal/habitat interactions
H Saarenmaa, ND Stone, LJ Folse, JM Packard, WE Grant, ME Makela, ...
Ecological Modelling 44 (1-2), 125-141, 1988
1181988
Effects of pocket gopher mounds on plant production in shortgrass prairie ecosystems
WE Grant, NR French, LJ Folse Jr
The Southwestern Naturalist, 215-224, 1980
1181980
Brazilian free‐tailed bats as insect pest regulators in transgenic and conventional cotton crops
P Federico, TG Hallam, GF McCracken, ST Purucker, WE Grant, ...
Ecological Applications 18 (4), 826-837, 2008
1132008
AI modelling of animal movements in a heterogeneous habitat
LJ Folse, JM Packard, WE Grant
Ecological modelling 46 (1-2), 57-72, 1989
1031989
Fish bioenergetics and growth in aquaculture ponds: II. Effects of interactions among, size, temperature, dissolved oxygen, unionized ammonia and food on growth of individual fish
ML Cuenco, RR Stickney, WE Grant
Ecological modelling 27 (3-4), 191-206, 1985
971985
Systems analysis and simulation in wildlife and fisheries sciencies
WE Grant
941986
Fish bioenergetics and growth in aquaculture ponds: I. Individual fish model development
ML Cuenco, RR Stickney, WE Grant
Ecological modelling 27 (3-4), 169-190, 1985
801985
A simple ecological sustainability simulator (SESS) for stocking rate management on semi-arid grazinglands
H Dıaz-Solis, MM Kothmann, WT Hamilton, WE Grant
Agricultural Systems 76 (2), 655-680, 2003
712003
Ecological modeling: a common-sense approach to theory and practice
WE Grant, TM Swannack
John Wiley & Sons, 2011
702011
Ecology and natural resource management: reflections from a systems perspective
WE Grant
Ecological Modelling 108 (1-3), 67-76, 1998
671998
Evaluating recovery strategies for an ocelot (Leopardus pardalis) population in the United States
AM Haines, ME Tewes, LL Laack, WE Grant, J Young
Biological Conservation 126 (4), 512-522, 2005
652005
Patch use under predation hazard: effect of the red imported fire ant on deer mouse foraging behavior
WN Holtcamp, WE Grant, SB Vinson
Ecology 78 (1), 308-317, 1997
641997
Economic implications of maintaining rangeland ecosystem health in a semi-arid savanna
WR Teague, UP Kreuter, WE Grant, H Diaz-Solis, MM Kothmann
Ecological Economics 68 (5), 1417-1429, 2009
622009
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