Ricardo Holdo
Ricardo Holdo
Odum School of Ecology, University of Georgia
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Another continental vulture crisis: Africa's vultures collapsing toward extinction
D Ogada, P Shaw, RL Beyers, R Buij, C Murn, JM Thiollay, CM Beale, ...
Conservation Letters 9 (2), 89-97, 2016
A disease-mediated trophic cascade in the Serengeti and its implications for ecosystem C
RM Holdo, ARE Sinclair, AP Dobson, KL Metzger, BM Bolker, ME Ritchie, ...
PLoS biology 7 (9), e1000210, 2009
Opposing rainfall and plant nutritional gradients best explain the wildebeest migration in the Serengeti
RM Holdo, RD Holt, JM Fryxell
The American Naturalist 173 (4), 431-445, 2009
Functional mismatch in a bumble bee pollination mutualism under climate change
NE Miller-Struttmann, JC Geib, JD Franklin, PG Kevan, RM Holdo, ...
Science 349 (6255), 1541-1544, 2015
Grazers, browsers, and fire influence the extent and spatial pattern of tree cover in the Serengeti
RM Holdo, RD Holt, JM Fryxell
Ecological Applications 19 (1), 95-109, 2009
Geophagy in the African elephant in relation to availability of dietary sodium
RM Holdų, JP Dudley, LR McDowell
Journal of Mammalogy 83 (3), 652-664, 2002
Elephants, fire, and frost can determine community structure and composition in Kalahari woodlands
RM Holdo
Ecological applications 17 (2), 558-568, 2007
Predicted impact of barriers to migration on the Serengeti wildebeest population
RM Holdo, JM Fryxell, ARE Sinclair, A Dobson, RD Holt
PloS one 6 (1), e16370, 2011
Road will ruin Serengeti
AP Dobson, M Borner, ARE Sinclair, PJ Hudson, TM Anderson, ...
Nature 467 (7313), 272-273, 2010
Plant productivity and soil nitrogen as a function of grazing, migration and fire in an African savanna
RM Holdo, RD Holt, MB Coughenour, ME Ritchie
Journal of Ecology 95 (1), 115-128, 2007
Termite mounds as nutrient–rich food patches for elephants
RM Holdo, LR McDowell
Biotropica 36 (2), 231-239, 2004
Woody plant damage by African elephants in relation to leaf nutrients in western Zimbabwe
RM Holdo
Journal of tropical ecology 19 (2), 189-196, 2003
Challenging the maximum rooting depth paradigm in grasslands and savannas
JB Nippert, RM Holdo
Functional Ecology 29 (6), 739-745, 2015
Elephant damage, not fire or rainfall, explains mortality of overstorey trees in Serengeti
TA Morrison, RM Holdo, TM Anderson
Journal of Ecology 104 (2), 409-418, 2016
Migration impacts on communities and ecosystems: empirical evidence and theoretical insights
RM Holdo, RD Holt, ARE Sinclair, BJ Godley, S Thirgood
Animal migration: A synthesis, 131-143, 2011
Why are wildebeest the most abundant herbivore in the Serengeti ecosystem
JGC Hopcraft, RM Holdo, E Mwangomo, SAR Mduma, SJ Thirgood, ...
Serengeti IV: sustaining biodiversity in a coupled human-natural system 125, 2015
Revisiting the two-layer hypothesis: coexistence of alternative functional rooting strategies in savannas
RM Holdo
PLoS One 8 (8), e69625, 2013
Elephant herbivory, frost damage and topkill in Kalahari sand woodland savanna trees
RM Holdo
Journal of Vegetation Science 17 (4), 509-518, 2006
Stem mortality following fire in Kalahari sand vegetation: effects of frost, prior damage, and tree neighbourhoods
RM Holdo
Plant Ecology 180 (1), 77-86, 2005
Grass competition overwhelms effects of herbivores and precipitation on early tree establishment in Serengeti
TA Morrison, RM Holdo, DM Rugemalila, M Nzunda, TM Anderson
Journal of Ecology 107 (1), 216-228, 2019
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