Julkaisuja Kutuharjussa toteutetuista tutkimuksista

Huomaathan, että tämä ei ole kattava listaus kaikista Kutuharjussa tehdyistä tutkimuksista.

 

  • SC. Engelhardt, RB. Weladji, Ø. Holand, KH. Røed, M. Nieminen (2015). Evidence of Reciprocal Allonursing in Reindeer, Rangifer tarandus. Ethology 121:245-259.
  • N. Djakovic, Ø. Holand, AL. Hovland, K. Røed, RB. Weladji, M. Nieminen (2015). Effects of males’ presence on female behaviour during the rut. Ethol Ecol & Evol 27:148-160.
  • Pintus, S. Uccdeddu; KH. Røed; JP. Gonzalez, J. Carranza, M. Nieminen, Ø. Holand 2015 – Flexible mating tactics and associated reproductive effort during the rutting season in male reindeer (Rangifer tarandus, L. 1758). Current Zool. 61 (uncorrected proof).
  • Ø. Holand. (2014). Reinens reproduksjonsstrategi (in Norwegian). Norsk Vet Tidskrift, 2:92-100.
  • SC. Engelhardt, Ø. Holand, M. Nieminen, RB. Weladji (2014). Allosuckling in reindeer (Rangifer tarandus): milk-theft, mismothering or kin selection?”  Behavioural Processes: 107:133-141.
  • G. Body, R.B. Weladji, Ø. Holand, M. Nieminen (2014). Highly Competitive Reindeer Males Control Female Behavior during the Rut. PLoS one DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0095618.
  • G. Body, R.B. Weladji, Ø. Holand, M. Nieminen (2014). Fission-fusion group dynamics in reindeer reveal an increase of cohesiveness at the beginning of the peak rut. Acta ethol. DOI: 10.1007/S10211-014-0190-8.
  • K. Muuttoranta, Ø. Holand, K.H. Røed, M.Tapio, M. Nieminen & A. Mäki-Tanila (2014). Genetic variation in meat production related traits in reindeer (Rangifer t. tarandus). Rangifer 34:21-36.
  • A. Melnycky, R.B. Weladji, Ø. Holand & M. Nieminen (2013). Scaling of antler size in reindeer (Rangifer tarandus): sexual dimorphism and variability in resource allocation. J Mammal: 94: 1371-1379.
  • Ø. Holand, L. L’Itailien, R.B. Weladji, N. Djakovic, K. Røed, A.L. Hovland & M. Nieminen (2012). Shit happens – a glimpse into males’ mating tactics in a polygynous ungulate – the reindeer. Rangifer 32:65-72.
  • G. Body, R.B. Weladji & Ø. Holand (2012). The recursive model as a new approach to validate and monitor activity sensors. Beh Ecol Sociobiol 66: 1531-1541.
  • L. L’italien, R.B. Weladji, Ø. Holand, M. Nieminen, K.H. Røed, &. S.D. Coté (2012). Mating group size and stability in reindeer (Rangifer tarandus): the effects of male characteristics, sex ratio and male age-structure. Ethology 118:783-792.
  • M. Tennenhouse, R.B. Weladji, Ø. Holand & M. Nieminen (2012). Timing and reproductive effort differs between young and mature male reindeer (2012). Annales Zoologici Fennici 4:152-160.
  • Djakovic, Ø. Holand, A.L. Hovland, K. Røed, R.B. Weladji, E. Fjelstad & M. Nieminen. (2012). Association patternsand kinship in females reindeer (Rangifer tarandus) during rut. Acta Ethologica 15:165-171.
  • Ø. Holand, R.B. Weladji, A. Mysterud, K. Røed, E. Reimers & M. Nieminen (2012). Induced orphaning reveals post-weaning maternal care in reindeer. European J Wildl Research 3:589-596.
  • C-Jay. Morden, R.B. Weladji, Ø. Holand, E. Robstad, E. Dahl, G. Mastromonaco & M. Nieminen (2011).  Faecal Hormones as a Non-Invasive Population Monitoring Method for Reindeer. J Wild Mgt 75:1426-1435.
  • C-Jay. Morden, R.B. Weladji, Ø. Holand, E. Robstad, E. & M. Nieminen (2011). Use of faecal pellet size to differentiate age classes in female reindeer and caribou. Wildlife Biology 44:441-448.
  • M. Tennenhouse, R.B. Weladji, Ø. Holand, K.H. Røed & M. Nieminen (2011). Mating group composition influences somatic costs and activity in rutting dominant male reindeer (Rangifer tarandus) Behav Ecol Sociobiol 65:287-295.
  • B. Weladji, Ø. Holand, J.-M. Gaillard, A. Mysterud, N.G. Yoccoz, M. Nieminen, J. Kumpula & N.C. Stenseth (2010). Age-specific changes in different components of reproductive output in female reindeer: Terminal allocation or senescence? Oecologia 162: 261-271.
  • A. Mysterud, K.H. Røed, Ø. Holand, N.G.Yoccoz & M. Nieminen (2009). Age-related gestation length adjustment in a large iteroparous mammal at northern latitude. Journal of Animal Ecology 78: 1002-1006.
  • R.B. Weladji, Ø. Holand, J-M. Gaillard, A. Mysterud, N.G. Yoccoz, J. Kumpula, M. Nieminen & N. Chr. Stenseth (2008). Heterogeneity in individual quality overrides costs of reproduction in female reindeer. Oecologia 156:237-247.
  • Ø. Holand, K. R. Askim, K. H. Røed, R. B. Weladji, H. Gjøstein & M. Nieminen (2007). No evidence of inbreeding avoidance in a polygynous ungulate – the reindeer (Rangifer tarandus). Biology Letters 3: 36-39.
  • K.H. Røed, Ø. Holand, A. Mysterud & M. Nieminen (2007). Male age structure and offspring sex ratio in reindeer herds. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, Series B 274: 727-733.
  • B. Weladji, J-M. Gaillard, N. G. Yoccoz, Ø. Holand, A Mysterud, A. Loison, M. Nieminen & N.C. Stenseth (2006). Good reindeer mothers live longer and become better raising offspring. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, Series B: 273: 1239-1244.
  • Ø. Holand, A. Mysterud, K.H. Røed, T. Coulson, H. Gjøstein, R.B.Weladji & M. Nieminen (2006). Adaptive adjustment of offspring sex ratio and maternal reproductive effort in an iteroparous mammal. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, Series B: 273: 293-299.
  • Ø. Holand, K.H. Røed, R.B. Weladji, H. Gjøstein, J. Kumpula, J-M. Gaillard, M.E. Smith & M. Nieminen (2006). Male age structure influences females’ mass change during rut in a polygynous ungulate – the reindeer (Rangifer tarandus). Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology: 59: 682-688.
  • K.H. Røed (2004). Reproductive effort in relation to maternal social rank in reindeer (Rangifer tarandus). Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 57: 69-76.
  • Ø. Holand, K.H. Røed, A. Mysterud, J. Kumpula, M. Nieminen & M.E.Smith (2003). Effect of male composition during rut on reproduction and reproductive parameters in reindeer (Rangifer tarandus tarandus). Journal of Wildlife Management 67: 25-33.
  • K.H. Røed, Ø. Holand, M.E. Smith, H. Gjøstein, J. Kumpula & M. Nieminen (2002). Reproductive success in reindeer males in herds with varying male composition. Molecular Ecology 11: 1239-1243.