Growing better with age...Treves, A., Krofel, M., McManus, J. (equal co-authors).2016. Predator control should not be a shot in the dark. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment14: 380-388. This article has the highest Altmetric score among articles of the same age in that journal, ranks in the 99th percentile for all research outputs of similar age, and the top 5% for research outputs of all types and ages; see https://wiley.altmetric.com/details/10981879#score for details.
Elbroch L & Treves A. (equal co-authors) 2023. Why might removing carnivores maintain or increase risks for domestic animals? Biological Conservation, 283:110106.
Treves, A., Darimont, C.T., Santiago-Ávila, F. J. Comment: Recent trends in survival and mortality of wolves in Minnesota, United States. Pre-print posted for pre-publication review.
Treves, A., Santiago-Ávila, F.J. 2023. Estimating wolf abundance with unverified methods. Academia Biology 1 doi 10.20935/AcadBiol6099 Compressed source documents from the state (WDNR 2022 population reports, greensheet and Stauffer et al. 2021).
Treves, A. "Best available science" and the reproducibility crisis. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 20(9):495, November 2022. https://doi.org/10.1002/fee.2568
Treves A, Elbroch, LM, Koontz F, Papouchis CM. 2022. How should scientific review and critique support policy? PLoS One Comment on Laundre & Papouchis 2020. Access PLoS One site and our full disclosure of potentially competing interests because the word limits on the journal site required us to abridge it..Treves, A., Elbroch, L.M., Bruskotter, J.T. 2022. Evaluating fact claims accompanying policies to liberalize the killing of wolves. preprint under review.
Treves, A., Elbroch, L.M. 2022. Does killing wild carnivores raise risk for domestic animals? Wild Felid Monitor, the newsletter of the Wild Felid Research & Management Association. Summer 2022.
Louchouarn & Treves 2023. Low-stress livestock handling protects cattle in a five-predator habitat. PeerJ in press, PeerJ 11:e14788 http://doi.org/10.7717/peerj.14788.
Supplementary Materials for the above article here.
Treves, Darimont, Santiago-Ávila 2022. calling out irreproducible research underlying the State of Wisconsin's wolf policy set by the Department of Natural Resources. Also attached to the original article here.
Treves, A., Menefee, L. 2023.Adverse effects of hunting with hounds on participants and bystanders. Biorxiv pre-prints posted for pre-publication review.
Treves and louchouarn 2022. recalculating our 2022 model of the Wisconsin wolf population in April 2022 see here using a different estimate of infant survival. We also enumerate the (now) five cases in which current or former WDNR employees failed to correct, retract, or inform the public of errors or omissions of important information about wolf science that could affect public policy.
Santiago-Ávila FJ, Agan S, W.,, Hinton JW, Treves A. 2022. Evaluating how management policies affect red wolf mortality and disappearance. Royal Society Open Science 9:210400. https://doi.org/10.1098/rsos.210400.
Treves, A., Louchouarn, N.X. 2022. Uncertainty and precaution in hunting wolves twice in a year. PLoS One, 2022. 17(3): e0259604. https://journals.plos.org/plosone/article?id=10.1371/journal.pone.0259604.
A third-party raised a concern about a typographical error in one of our sources (Thiel et al. 2009), so for due diligence we re-analyzed our data and published a comment here . However our conclusions did not change.