Alejandra Zarzo-Arias, Vincenzo Penteriani, María del Mar Delgado, Paloma Peón Torre, Ricardo García-González, María Cruz Mateo-Sánchez, Pablo Vázquez García, Fredrik Dalerum. 2019. Identifying potential areas of expansion for the endangered brown bear (Ursus arctos) population in the Cantabrian Mountains (NW Spain). PLoS ONE 14.

Fredrik Dalerum, Tarryn Anne Retief, Carl Peter Havemann, Christian T. Chimimba, Berndt Janse van Rensburg. 2019. The influence of distance to perennial surface water on ant communities in Mopane woodlands, northern Botswana. Ecology and Evolution 9: 154-165.

Fredrik Dalerum, Maria Miranda, Cristina Muniz, Placido Rodríguez. 2018. Effects of scarcity, aesthetics and ecology on wildlife auction prices of large African mammals. Ambio 47: 78-85.

Lydia E. Belton, Elissa Z. Cameron, Fredrik Dalerum. 2018. Social networks of spotted hyaenas in areas of contrasting human activity and infrastructure. Animal Behaviour 135: 13-23.

Fredrik Dalerum, S. Freire, Anders Angerbjörn, N. Lecomte, A. Lindgren, Tomas Meijer, Patricia Pečnerová, Love Dalén. 2018. Exploring the diet of arctic wolves (Canis lupus arctos) at their northern range limit. Canadian Journal of Zoology 96: 277-281.

Vincenzo Penteriani, Maria Del Mar Delgado, Miha Krofel, Klemen Jerina, Andres Ordiz, Fredrik Dalerum, Alejandra Zarzo-Arias, Giulia Bombieri. 2018. Evolutionary and ecological traps for brown bears Ursus arctos in human-modified landscapes. Mammal Review 48: 180-193.

Therese Eriksson, Fredrik Dalerum. 2018. Identifying potential areas for an expanding wolf population in Sweden. Biological Conservation 220: 170-181.

L. E. Belton, E. Z. Cameron, Fredrik Dalerum. 2018. Anthropogenic influences on spotted hyaena diet in the Kruger National Park, South Africa. Mammal Research 63: 315-323.

L. E. Belton, E. Z. Cameron, Fredrik Dalerum. 2018. Spotted hyaena visitation at anthropogenic sites in the Kruger National Park, South Africa. African Zoology 53: 113-118.

Maddalena Chizzola, Lydia Belton, Andre Ganswindt, Ilaria Greco, Grant Hall, Lourens Swanepoel, Fredrik Dalerum. 2018. Landscape Level Effects of Lion Presence (Panthera leo) on Two Contrasting Prey Species. Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 6.

Vincenzo Penteriani, José Vicente López-Bao, Chiara Bettega, Fredrik Dalerum, María del Mar Delgado, Klemen Jerina, Ilpo Kojola, Miha Krofel, Andrés Ordiz. 2017. Consequences of brown bear viewing tourism - A review. Biological Conservation 206: 169-180.

Michael Westbury, Fredik Dalerum, Karin Norén, Michael Hofreiter. 2017. Complete mitochondrial genome of a bat-eared fox (Otocyon megalotis), along with phylogenetic considerations. Mitochondrial DNA Part B 2: 298-299.

Fredrik Dalerum, J. Low de Vries, Christian W. W. Pirk, Elissa Z. Cameron. 2017. Spatial and temporal dimensions to the taxonomic diversity of arthropods in an arid grassland savannah. Journal of Arid Environments 144: 21-30.

Stéphanie Périquet, Peter Richardson, Elissa Z. Cameron, André Ganswindt, Lydia Belton, Elize Loubser, Fredrik Dalerum. 2017. Effects of lions on behaviour and endocrine stress in plains zebras. Ethology 123: 667-674.

Fredrik Dalerum, Love Dalén, Christina Fröjd, Nicolas Lecomte, Åsa Lindgren, Tomas Meijer, Patrícia Pečnerová, Anders Angerbjörn. 2017. Spatial variation in Arctic hare (Lepus arcticus) populations around the Hall Basin. Polar Biology 40: 2113-2118.


Lydia E. Belton, Elissa Z. Cameron, Fredrik Dalerum. 2016. Spotted hyaena space use in relation to human infrastructure inside a protected area. PeerJ 4.

Fredrik Dalerum, Peter Hellström, M. Miranda, Jesper Nyström, Johan Ekenstedt, Anders Angerbjörn. 2016. Network topology of stable isotope interactions in a sub-arctic raptor guild. Oecologia 182: 511-518.

Fredrik Dalerum, Maria Miranda. 2016. Game auction prices are not related to biodiversity contributions of southern African ungulates and large carnivores. Scientific Reports 6.

Aliza Le Roux, Helene Botha, Fredrik Dalerum, Andre Ganswindt. 2016. Non-invasive measurement of adrenocortical activity in a myrmecophageous mammal, the bat-eared fox. African Zoology 51: 47-51.