Hilde Karine Wam
Hilde Karine Wam
Researcher, Norwegian Institute of Bioeconomy Research
Verified email at nibio.no
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A new valuation school: integrating diverse values of nature in resource and land use decisions
S Jacobs, N Dendoncker, B Martín-López, DN Barton, ...
Ecosystem Services 22, 213-220, 2016
2142016
Moose summer and winter diets along a large scale gradient of forage availability in southern Norway
HK Wam, O Hjeljord
European journal of wildlife research 56 (5), 745-755, 2010
622010
Differential forage use makes carrying capacity equivocal on ranges of Scandinavian moose (Alces alces)
HK Wam, O Hjeljord, EJ Solberg
Canadian Journal of Zoology 88 (12), 1179-1191, 2010
422010
Economists, time to team up with the ecologists!
HK Wam
Ecological Economics 69 (4), 675-679, 2010
372010
Moose summer diet from feces and field surveys: a comparative study
HK Wam, O Hjeljord
Rangeland Ecology & Management 63 (3), 387-395, 2010
322010
Associational relationships at multiple spatial scales affect forest damage by moose
I Herfindal, JP Tremblay, AJ Hester, US Lande, HK Wam
Forest Ecology and Management 348, 97-107, 2015
302015
Grouse hunting regulations and hunter typologies in Norway
HK Wam, O Andersen, H Chr. Pedersen
Human Dimensions of Wildlife 18 (1), 45-57, 2013
272013
Conflicting interests of ecosystem services: Multi-criteria modelling and indirect evaluation of trade-offs between monetary and non-monetary measures
HK Wam, N Bunnefeld, N Clarke, O Hofstad
Ecosystem Services 22, 280-288, 2016
252016
Taking timber browsing damage into account: a density dependant matrix model for the optimal harvest of moose in Scandinavia
HK Wam, O Hofstad
Ecological economics 62 (1), 45-55, 2007
252007
A bio-economic model for optimal harvest of timber and moose
HK Wam, O Hofstad, E Nævdal, P Sankhayan
Forest ecology and management 206 (1-3), 207-219, 2005
232005
From overlooking to concealed: predator avoidance in an apex carnivore
HK Wam, K Eldegard, O Hjeljord
European Journal of Wildlife Research 58 (6), 1001-1003, 2012
222012
Interactions between ungulates, forests, and supplementary feeding: the role of nutritional balancing in determining outcomes
AM Felton, A Felton, JPGM Cromsigt, L Edenius, J Malmsten, HK Wam
Mammal Research 62 (1), 1-7, 2017
212017
Forest pasturing of livestock in Norway: effects on spruce regeneration
O Hjeljord, T Histøl, HK Wam
Journal of forestry research 25 (4), 941-945, 2014
212014
Balancing hunting regulations and hunter satisfaction: An integrated biosocioeconomic model to aid in sustainable management
HK Wam, HC Pedersen, O Hjeljord
Ecological economics 79, 89-96, 2012
202012
The complexity of interacting nutritional drivers behind food selection, a review of northern cervids
AM Felton, HK Wam, C Stolter, KM Mathisen, M Wallgren
Ecosphere 9 (5), e02230, 2018
192018
Transient nutritional peak in browse foliage after forest clearing advocates cohort management of ungulates
HK Wam, T Histøl, L Nybakken, EJ Solberg, O Hjeljord
Basic and Applied Ecology 17 (3), 252-261, 2016
172016
Minor habituation to repeated experimental approaches in Scandinavian wolves
HK Wam, K Eldegard, O Hjeljord
European journal of wildlife research 60 (5), 839-842, 2014
172014
Wolf behaviour towards people–the outcome of 125 monitored encounters
HK Wam
Master's Thesis Agricultural University of Norway, Ås, Norway, 2003
17*2003
Applying typology analyses to management issues: deer harvest and declining hunter numbers
O Andersen, HK Wam, A Mysterud, BP Kaltenborn
The Journal of Wildlife Management 78 (7), 1282-1292, 2014
162014
Compositional changes in foliage phenolics with plant age, a natural experiment in boreal forests
HK Wam, C Stolter, L Nybakken
Journal of chemical ecology 43 (9), 920-928, 2017
152017
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