Prugh, L. R., C. X. Cunningham, R. M. Windell, B. N. Kertson, T. R. Ganz, S. W. Walker, & A. J. Wirsing. 2023. Fear of large carnivores amplifies human-caused mortality for mesopredators. Science. http://doi.org/10.1126/science.adf2472
Ganz, T. R., M. T. DeVivo, E. M. Reese, & L.R. Prugh. 2022. Wildlife whodunnit: Forensic identification of predators to inform wildlife management and conservation. Wildlife Society Bulletin. https://doi.org/10.1002/wsb.1386
Cunningham, C. X., T. A. Nuñez, Y. Hentati, B. Sullender, C. Breen, T. R. Ganz, S. E. S. Kreling, K. A. Shively, E. Reese, J. Miles, & L. R. Prugh. 2022. Permanent daylight savings time would reduce deer-vehicle collisions. Current Biology. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.cub.2022.10.007
Bassing, S., M. DeVivo, T. R. Ganz, B. Kertson, L. Prugh, T. Roussin, L. Satterfield, R. Windell, A. Wirsing, & B. Gardner. 2022. Are we telling the same story? Comparing inferences made from camera trap and telemetry data for wildlife monitoring. Ecological Applications. http://doi.org/10.1002/eap.2745
Ganz, T. R., M. T. DeVivo, B. N. Kertson, T. Roussin, L. Satterfield, A. J. Wirsing, & L. R. Prugh. 2022. Interactive effects of wildfires, season, and predator activity shape mule deer movements. Journal of Animal Ecology. http://doi.org/10.1111/1365-2656.13810
Burpee, B. T., J. E. Saros, L. Nanus, J. Baron, J. Brahney, K. R. Christianson, T. R. Ganz, A. Heard, B. Hundey, K. A. Koinig, J. Kopáček, K. Moser, K. Nydick, I. Oleksy, S. Sadro, R. Sommaruga, R. Vinebrook, & J. Williams. 2022 Identifying factors that affect mountain lake sensitivity to atmospheric nitrogen deposition across multiple scales. Water Research. http://doi.org/10.1016/j.watres.2021.117883
Ganz, T.R., J. McMurray, K. Covey, C. Bettigole, & G. Benoit. 2021. Chemical Effects of Snowmelt on an Alpine Lake in the Wind River Range, WY. Water, Air and Soil Pollution. http://doi.org/10.1007/s11270-021-05284-z
Prugh, L. R., K. J. Sivy, P. Mahoney, T. R. Ganz, M. Ditmer, M. van de Kerk, S. Gilbert, & R. Montgomery. 2019. Designing studies of predation risk for improved inference in carnivore-ungulate systems. Biological Conservation. http://doi.org/10.1016/j.biocon.2019.02.011
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Selected academic presentations
Ganz, T.R. Ungulate Responses to Predators in Complex Landscapes of Northern Washington. University of Washington Dissertation Defense. Seattle, WA/Virtual. November 2022.
Ganz, T.R., Bassing, S., Gardner, B., DeVivo, M., Shipley, L., Walker, S., Abrahamson, D., Prugh, L.R., Impacts of Top-down and Bottom-up Effects on White-tailed Deer Survival and Population Dynamics in a Human-dominated Landscape in Washington. The Wildlife Society Annual Conference, Spokane, WA. November 2022.
Ganz, T.R., DeVivo, M., Kertson, B., Roussin, T., Satterfield, L., Wirsing, A., and Prugh, L., Interactive Effects of Wildfires, Season, and Predator Activity Shape Mule Deer Movements. Interactive Effects of Wildfires, Season, and Predator Activity Shape Mule Deer Movements. Gordon Research Conference in Predator-Prey Interactions, Barga, Italy. October 2022.
Ganz, T.R., Prugh, L.R., DeVivo, M. Fire on the mountain; how wildfire shapes interactions between deer and their predators in northern Washington. The Washington Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit Annual Graduate Student Symposium, Virual. October 2021.
Ganz, T.R., Ungulate Responses to Predators in Complex Landscapes of Northern Washington. University of Washington Graduate School General Exam. Seattle, WA/Virtual. December 2020.
Ganz, T.R., Prugh, L.R., DeVivo, M. Wildlife Whodunit: Forensic Identification of Predators to Improve Wildlife Conservation. The Washington Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit Annual Graduate Student Symposium, Seattle, WA. October 2019.
Ganz, T.R., Prugh, L.R., DeVivo, M. Wildlife Whodunit: Forensic Identification of Predators to Improve Wildlife Conservation. The Wildlife Society Annual Conference, Reno, NV. October 2019.
Ganz, T. R., Prugh, L.R., The Washington Predator-Prey Project: Patterns of Mortality in Ungulates of Northern Washington. Washington Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit, 51st Annual Student Symposium. University of Washington, Seattle, WA. October 2018. (Winner of the Gilbert B. Pauley Award for Outstanding Graduate Student Presentation)
Ganz, T.R., Prugh, L.R., DeVivo, M. Wolves are re-colonizing Washington. How do they impact ungulates? Washington Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit, 50th Anniversary Symposium. Seattle, WA. October 2017. (Poster Presentation)
Ganz, T.R., Science Communication and Storytelling. Invited Talk. Western Research Fellows Working Group. Yale University, New Haven, CT. October 2017.