Tamara C. Grand

Refereed Publications

Grand, T.C. and Millar, J.S. 1990. The effects of intermittent dietary restriction on weight gain and body fat in white-footed mice, Peromyscus leucopus. Physiology and Behavior, 48:221-224.

Grand, T.C. and Grant, J.W.A. 1994. Spatial predictability of food influences its monopolization and defence by juvenile convict cichlids. Animal Behaviour, 47:91-100.

Grand, T.C. and Grant, J.W.A. 1994. Spatial predictability of resources and the ideal free distribution in convict cichlids (Cichlasoma nigrofasciatum). Animal Behaviour, 48:909-919.

Grand, T.C. 1997. Foraging site selection in juvenile coho salmon (Oncorhynchus kisutch): ideal free distributions of unequal competitors. Animal Behaviour, 53:185-196.

Grand, T.C. and Dill, L.M. 1997. The energetic equivalence of cover to juvenile coho salmon (Oncorhynchus kisutch): ideal free distribution theory applied. Behavioral Ecology, 8:437-447.

Hugie, D.M. and Grand, T.C. 1998. Movement between patches, unequal competitors, and the ideal free distribution. Evolutionary Ecology, 12:1-19.

Grand, T.C. and Dill, L.M. 1999. Predation risk, unequal competitors, and the ideal free distribution. Evolutionary Ecology Research, 1:389-409. Click here for PDF file.

Grand, T.C. 1999. Risk-taking behaviour and the timing of life history events: consequences of body size and season. Oikos, 85:467-480.

Grand, T.C. and Dill, L.M. 1999. The effect of group size on the foraging behaviour of juvenile coho salmon: reduction of predation risk or increased competition? Animal Behaviour, 58:443-451.

Hughes, N.F. and Grand, T.C. 2000. Physiological ecology meets the ideal free distribution: predicting the distribution of size-structured fish populations across temperature gradients. Environmental Biology of Fishes, 59:285-298. Abstract.

Grand, T.C. 2000. Risk-taking by three-spine stickleback (Gasterosteus aculeatus) pelvic phenotypes: does morphology predict behaviour? Behaviour, 137:889-906. Abstract.

Submitted Manuscripts

Grand, T.C. Foraging-predation risk tradeoffs, habitat selection, and the coexistence of competitors. Submitted to Am. Nat.