James F Gilliam
James F Gilliam
Professor of Biological Sciences, North Carolina State University
Bestätigte E-Mail-Adresse bei ncsu.edu - Startseite
Zitiert von
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The ontogenetic niche and species interactions in size-structured populations
EE Werner, JF Gilliam
Annual review of ecology and systematics 15, 393-425, 1984
An experimental test of the effects of predation risk on habitat use in fish
EE Werner, JF Gilliam, DJ Hall, GG Mittelbach
Ecology 64 (6), 1540-1548, 1983
Habitat selection under predation hazard: test of a model with foraging minnows
JF Gilliam, DF Fraser
Ecology 68 (6), 1856-1862, 1987
Functional responses with predator interference: viable alternatives to the Holling type II model
GT Skalski, JF Gilliam
Ecology 82 (11), 3083-3092, 2001
Explaining leptokurtic movement distributions: intrapopulation variation in boldness and exploration
DF Fraser, JF Gilliam, MJ Daley, AN Le, GT Skalski
The American Naturalist 158 (2), 124-135, 2001
Experimental tests of optimal habitat use in fish: the role of relative habitat profitability
EE Werner, GG Mittelbach, DJ Hall, JF Gilliam
Ecology 64 (6), 1525-1539, 1983
Modeling diffusive spread in a heterogeneous population: a movement study with stream fish
GT Skalski, JF Gilliam
Ecology 81 (6), 1685-1700, 2000
Nonlethal impacts of predator invasion: facultative suppression of growth and reproduction
DF Fraser, JF Gilliam
Ecology 73 (3), 959-970, 1992
Movement in corridors: enhancement by predation threat, disturbance, and habitat structure
JF Gilliam, DF Fraser
Ecology 82 (1), 258-273, 2001
Structure of a tropical stream fish community: a role for biotic interactions
JF Gilliam, DF Fraser, M Alkins-Koo
Ecology 74 (6), 1856-1870, 1993
Feeding under predation hazard: response of the guppy and Hart's rivulus from sites with contrasting predation hazard
DF Fraser, JF Gilliam
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 21 (4), 203-209, 1987
Diel foraging behavior and prey selection in the golden shiner (Notemigonus crysoleucas)
DJ Hall, EE Werner, JF Gilliam, GG Mittelbach, D Howard, CG Doner, ...
Journal of the fisheries Board of Canada 36 (9), 1029-1039, 1979
Strong effects of foraging minnows on a stream benthic invertebrate community
JF Gilliam, DF Fraser, AM Sabat
Ecology 70 (2), 445-452, 1989
Habitat use and competitive bottlenecks in size-structured fish populations
JF Gilliam
[dissertation]. Michigan State University 118, 1982
Predation as an agent of population fragmentation in a tropical watershed
DF Fraser, JF Gilliam, T Yip‐Hoi
Ecology 76 (5), 1461-1472, 1995
Demographic analyses of a hunted black bear population with access to a refuge
RA Powell, JW Zimmerman, DE Seaman, JF Gilliam
Conservation Biology 10 (1), 224-234, 1996
Habitat selection when foraging under predation hazard: a model and a test with stream-dwelling minnows
JF Gilliam, DF Fraser
Ecology 68 (1), 856-1, 1987
Ideal free distributions of stream fish: a model and test with minnows, Rhinicthys atratulus
JA Tyler, JF Gilliam
Ecology 76 (2), 580-592, 1995
Night feeding by guppies under predator release: effects on growth and daytime courtship
DF Fraser, JF Gilliam, JT Akkara, BW Albanese, SB Snider
Ecology 85 (2), 312-319, 2004
Habitat quality in a hostile river corridor
DF Fraser, JF Gilliam, MP MacGowan, CM Arcaro, PH Guillozet
Ecology 80 (2), 597-607, 1999
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