copyright Rafał Zwolak

Publications (# student author)

2020

Bogdziewicz M., E. E. Crone, and R. Zwolak. 2020. Do benefits of seed dispersal and caching by scatterhoarders outweigh the costs of predation? An example with oaks and yellow-necked mice. Journal of Ecology, in press. PDF

2019

Schupp E. W., R. Zwolak (...), and K. Shea (14 authors). 2019. Intrinsic and extrinsic drivers of intraspecific variation in seed dispersal are diverse and pervasive. AoB Plants 11: plz067. PDF

Meagher S., K. L. Winters, K. W. McCravy, and R. Zwolak. 2019. Complex and diverse drivers of parasite loads in a cosmopolitan insect. Journal of Parasitology 105: 659-668. PDF

#Wróbel A., E. E. Crone, and R. Zwolak. 2019. Differential impacts of soil microbes on native and co-occurring invasive tree species. Ecosphere 10: e02802.  PDF

Snell R. S., N. G. Beckman, (...), R. Zwolak, and E. Schupp (22 authors). 2019. Consequences of intraspecific variation in seed dispersal for plant demography, communities, evolution, and global change. AoB Plants 11: plz016. PDF

#Wróbel A. and R. Zwolak. 2019. Habitat-dependent seed dispersal of an introduced tree species by native rodents. Forest Ecology and Management 433: 563-568. PDF

Bogdziewicz M., N. I. Lichti, and R. Zwolak. 2019. Consumer-mediated indirect interaction with a native plant lowers the fitness of an invasive competitor. Journal of Ecology 107: 12-22. PDF

2018

Zwolak R. 2018. How intraspecific variation in seed-dispering animals matters for plants. Biological Reviews 93: 897-913. PDF

Bogdziewicz M., S. Marino, R. Bonal, R. Zwolak, and M. A. Steele. 2018. Rapid aggregative and reproductive responses of weevils to masting of North American oaks counteract predator satiation. Ecology 99: 2575-2582. PDF

Zwolak R., J. Witczuk, M. Bogdziewicz M., L. Rychlik, and M. Pagacz. 2018. Simultaneous population fluctuations of rodents in montane forests and alpine meadows suggest indirect effects of tree masting. Journal of Mammalogy 99: 586-595. PDF

Bogdziewicz M., R. Bonal, J. M. Espelta, E. M. Kalemba, M. A. Steele, and R. Zwolak. 2018. Invasive oaks escape pre-dispersal insect seed predation and trap enemies in their seeds. Integrative Zoology 13: 228-237. PDF

2017

#Wróbel A. and R. Zwolak. 2017. Deciphering the effects of disperser assemblages and seed mass on patterns of seed dispersal in a rodent community. Integrative Zoology 12: 457-467. PDF

von Merten S., R. Zwolak, and L. Rychlik. 2017. Social personality: a more social shrew species exhibits stronger differences in personality types. Animal Behaviour 127: 125-134. PDF

#Bogdziewicz M., E. E. Crone, M. A. Steele, and R. Zwolak. 2017. Effects of nitrogen deposition on reproduction in a masting tree: benefits of higher seed production are trumped by negative biotic interactions. Journal of Ecology 105: 310-320. PDF

2016

#Bogdziewicz M., R. Zwolak, L. Redosh, L. Rychlik, and E. E. Crone. 2016. Negative effects of density on space use of small mammals differ with the phase of the masting-induced population cycle. Ecology and Evolution 6:8423-8430. PDF

Zwolak R., #M. Bogdziewicz, #A. Wróbel, and E. E. Crone. 2016. Advantages of masting in European beech: timing of granivore satiation and benefits of seed caching support the predator dispersal hypothesis. Oecologia 180: 749-758. PDF

#Bogdziewicz M., R. Zwolak, and E. E. Crone. 2016. How do vertebrates respond to mast seeding? Oikos 125: 300-307. PDF

Zwolak R., #M. Bogdziewicz, and L. Rychlik. 2016. Beech masting modifies the response of rodents to forest management. Forest Ecology and Management 359: 268-276. PDF

2015

Dziemian S., B. Sikora, B. Piłacińska, J. Michalik, and R. Zwolak. 2015. Ectoparasite loads in sympatric urban populations of the northern white-breasted and the European hedgehog. Parasitology Research 114: 2317-2323. PDF

2014

Dziemian S., J. Michalik, B. Piłacińska, S. Bialik, B. Sikora, and R. Zwolak. 2014. Infestation of urban populations of the Northern white-breasted hedgehog, Erinaceus roumanicus, by Ixodes spp. ticks in Poland. Medical and Veterinary Entomology 28: 465-469. PDF

#Bogdziewicz M., and R. Zwolak. 2014. Responses of small mammals to clear-cutting in temperate and boreal forests of Europe: a meta-analysis and review. European Journal of Forest Research 133: 1-11. PDF

2013

#Wróbel A., and R. Zwolak. 2013. The choice of seed tracking method influenced fate of beech seeds dispersed by rodents. Plant Ecology 214: 471-475. PDF

Zwolak R., S. Meagher, J. W. Vaughn, S. Dziemian, and E. E. Crone. 2013. Reduced ectoparasite loads of deer mice in burned forest: From fleas to trees? Ecosphere 4: art132. PDF

2012

Zwolak R., and E. E. Crone. 2012. Quantifying the outcome of plant-granivore interactions. Oikos 121: 20-27. PDF

Zwolak R., D. E. Pearson, Y. K. Ortega, and E. E. Crone. 2012. Mechanisms driving postfire abundance of a generalist mammal. Canadian Journal of Zoology 90: 51-60. PDF

2010

Zwolak R., D. E. Pearson, Y. K. Ortega, and E. E. Crone. 2010. Fire and mice: Seed predation reduces fire’s influence on conifer recruitment. Ecology 91: 1124-1131. PDF

2002-2009

Zwolak R. 2009. A meta-analysis of the effects of wildfire, clearcutting, and partial harvest on the abundance of North American small mammals. Forest Ecology and Management 258: 539-545. PDF

Zwolak R., and K. R. Foresman. 2008. Deer mouse demography in burned and unburned forest: no evidence for source-sink dynamics. Canadian Journal of Zoology 86: 83–91. PDF

Zwolak R., and K. R. Foresman. 2007. Effects of a stand-replacement fire on small mammal communities in montane forest. Canadian Journal of Zoology 85: 815-822. PDF

Zwolak R. 2007. Ogniu, krocz za mną: ekologia i polityka pożarow lasów Ameryki Północnej. Wiadomości Ekologiczne 53: 191–200.

Rychlik L., and R. Zwolak 2006. Interspecific behavioural domination among four sympatric species of shrews. Canadian Journal of Zoology 84: 434–448. PDF

Rychlik L., and R. Zwolak 2005. Behavioural mechanisms of conflict avoidance among shrews. Acta Theriologica 50: 289–308. PDF

Zwolak R., and L. Rychlik 2004. Does the reduction of locomotor activity serve as an aggression avoidance mechanism in shrews (Soricidae)? Electronic Journal of Polish Agricultural Universities 7(2), issue Biology.

Zwolak R. 2002. Zachowania agonistyczne ryjowkowatych - problem postaw ciała. Wiadomości Ekologiczne 48: 3–17.
 

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