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Barton B.T., Hill JG, Wolff CL, Newsome T.M., Ripple W.J., Lashley M.A..  2019.  Grasshopper consumption by grey wolves and implications for ecosystems. Ecology. :e02892.
Batavia C, Nelson M.P., Darimont C.T., Paquet P.C., Ripple W.J., Wallach A.D..  2018.  The elephant (head) in the room: A critical look at trophy hunting. Conservation Letters. :e12565.
Batchelor J.L., Ripple W.J., Wilson T.M., Painter L.E..  2015.  Restoration of Riparian Areas Following the Removal of Cattle in the Northwestern Great Basin. Environmental Management. 55(4):930–942.
Beschta R.L., Ripple W.J..  2019.  Yellowstone’s Prehistoric Bison: A Comment on Keigley (2019). Rangelands. 41(3):149-151.
Beschta R., Ripple W.J..  2013.  Are wolves saving Yellowstone's aspen? A landscape-level test of a behaviorally mediated trophic cascade - Comment Ecology. 94(6):1420-1425.
Beschta R.L., Ripple W.J..  2010.  Recovering Riparian Plant Communities with Wolves in Northern Yellowstone, USA. Restoration Ecology. 18(3):380-389.
Beschta R.L., Ripple W.J., Kauffman J.B., Painter L.E..  2020.  Bison limit ecosystem recovery in northern Yellowstone. Food Webs. 23(e00142)
Beschta R.L., Ripple W.J..  2007.  Increased Willow Heights along northern Yellowstone's Blacktail Deer Creek following wolf reintroduction.. Western North American Naturalist. 67(4):613-617.
Beschta R.L., Ripple W.J..  2006.  River channel dynamics following extirpation of wolves in northwestern Yellowstone National Park,USA.. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms. 31:1525-1539.
Beschta R.L., Ripple W.J..  2005.  Rapid Assessment of Riparian Cottonwood Recruitment: Middle Fork John Day River, Northeastern Oregon.. Ecological Restoration. 23(3):150-156.
Beschta R.L., Ripple W.J..  2020.  Large carnivore extirpation linked to loss of overstory aspen in Yellowstone. Food Webs. :e00140.
Beschta R.L., Ripple W.J..  2015.  Divergent patterns of riparian cottonwood recovery after the return of wolves in Yellowstone, USA. Ecohydrology. 8:58-66.
Beschta R.L., Ripple W.J..  2016.  Riparian vegetation recovery in Yellowstone: The first two decades after wolf reintroduction. Biological Conservation. 198:93-103.
Beschta R.L., Ripple W.J..  2019.  Can large carnivores change streams via a trophic cascade? Ecohydrology. 12(1):e2048.
Beschta R.L., Ripple W.J..  2010.  Mexican wolves, elk, and aspen in Arizona: Is there a trophic cascade? Forest Ecology and Management. 260:915-922.
Beschta R.L., Ripple W.J..  2008.  Wolves, trophic cascades, and rivers in the Olympic National Park, USA. Ecohydrology. 1:118-130.
Beschta R.L..  2003.  Cottonwoods, elk, and wolves in the Lamar Valley of Yellowstone National Park.. Ecological Applications. 13(5):1295-1309.
Beschta R.L., Painter L.E., Ripple W.J..  2018.  Trophic cascades at multiple spatial scales shape recovery of young aspen in Yellowstone. Forest Ecology and Management. 413:62-69.
Beschta R.L., Painter L.E., Levi T., Ripple W.J..  2016.  Long-term aspen dynamics, trophic cascades, and climate in northern Yellowstone National Park. Canadian Journal of Forest Research. 46:548-556.
Beschta R.L., Ripple W.J..  2007.  Wolves, elk, and aspen in the winter range of Jasper National Park, Canada.. Canadian Journal of Forest Research. 37:1873-1885.
Beschta R.L., Ripple W.J..  2012.  Berry-producing shrub characteristics following wolf reintroduction in Yellowstone National Park. Forest Ecology and Management. 276:132-138.
Beschta R.L..  2005.  Reduced Cottonwood Recruitment Following Extirpation of Wolves in Yellowstone's Northern Range.. Ecology. 86(2):391-403.
Beschta R.L., Ripple W.J..  2018.  Wolf-triggered trophic cascades and stream channel dynamics in Olympic National Park: a comment on East et al.. Earth Surf. Process. Landforms.
Beschta R.L., Ripple W.J..  2009.  Large predators and trophic cascades in terrestrial ecosystems of the western United States. Biological Conservation. 142:2401-2414.
Beschta R.L., Ripple W.J..  2012.  The role of large predators in maintaining riparian plant communities and river morphology. Geomorphology. 157-158:88-98.
Betts M.G., Wolf C., Ripple W.J., Phalan B., Millers K.A., Duarte A., Butchart S.H.M., Levi T..  2017.  Global forest loss disproportionately erodes biodiversity in intact landscapes. Nature. 547:441–444.
Betts M.G., Wolf C., Pfeifer M., Banks-Leite C., Arroyo-Rodríguez V., Ribeiro D.B., Barlow J., Eigenbrod F., Faria D., Fletcher R.J. et al..  2019.  Extinction filters mediate the global effects of habitat fragmentation on animals. Science. 366:1236–1239.
Bradshaw C.J.A., Ehrlich P.R., Beattie A., Ceballos G., Crist E, Diamond J., Dirzo R., Ehrlich A.H., Harte J., Harte M.E. et al..  2021.  Underestimating the Challenges of Avoiding a Ghastly Future. Front. Conserv. Sci.
Brown C, Rinaldi CE, Ripple W.J., Van Valkenburgh B..  2020.  Skeletal and Dental Development Preserve Evidence of Energetic Stress in the Moose of Isle Royale. Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution.
Buck JC, Ripple W.J..  2017.  Infectious Agents Trigger Trophic Cascades. Trends in Ecology & Evolution.
Buotte P.C., Law B.E., Ripple W.J., Berner L.T..  2020.  Carbon sequestration and biodiversity co-benefits of preserving forests in the western United States. Ecological Applications. 30(2):e02039.