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Consequences of catch-and-release angling on the physiology, behaviour and survival of wild steelhead Oncorhynchus mykiss in the Bulkley River, British Columbia
Author(s): W.M.Twardek, T.O.Gagne, L.K.Elmer, S.J.Cooke, M.C.Beere, A.J.Danylchuk
Year: 2018
Journal/Source: Fisheries Research
Full Citation: Twardek, W.M., Gagne, T.O., Elmer, L.K., Cooke, S.J., Beere, M., and Danylchuk, A.J. 2018. Consequences of catch-and-release angling on the physiology, behaviour and survival of wild steelhead in the Bulkley River, British Columbia. Fisheries Research 206: 235-246.
Lasting regional gains from non-renewable resource extraction - The role of sustainability-based cumulative effects assessment and regional planning for mining development in Canada
Author(s): Cole Atlin, Robert Gibson
Year: 2017
Journal/Source: The Extractive Industries and Society
Full Citation: C. Atlin, R. Gibson. 2017. Lasting regional gains from non-renewable resource extraction: The role of sustainability-based cumulative effects assessment and regional planning for mining development in Canada. The Extractive Industries and Society 4: 36–52
Ungulate predation and ecological roles of wolves and coyotes in eastern North America
Author(s): John F. Benson, Karen M. Loveless, Linda Y. Rutledge, Brent R. Patterson
Year: 2017
Journal/Source: Ecological Applications
Full Citation: John F. Benson, Karen M. Loveless, Linda Y. Rutledge, Brent R. Patterson. 2017. Ungulate predation and ecological roles of wolves and coyotes in eastern North America. Ecological Applications 27(3):718-733
Wolverine habitat selection in response to anthropogenic disturbance in the western Canadian boreal forest
Author(s): Matthew A. Scrafford, Tal Avgar, Bill Abercrombie, Jesse Tigner, Mark S. Boyce
Year: 2017
Journal/Source: Forest Ecology and Management
Full Citation: Matthew A. Scrafford, Tal Avgar, Bill Abercrombie, Jesse Tigner, Mark S. Boyce, Wolverine habitat selection in response to anthropogenic disturbance in the western Canadian boreal forest, Forest Ecology and Management, Volume 395, 1 July 2017, Pages 27-36, ISSN 0378-1127, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.foreco.2017.03.029.
The accuracy of satellite-derived albedo for northern alpine and glaciated land covers
Author(s): Scott N.Williamson, Luke Copland, David S.Hik
Year: 2016
Journal/Source: Polar Science
Full Citation: Williamson, S.N., Copland, L. and Hik, D.S. (2016a). The accuracy of satellite-derived albedo for northern alpine and glaciated land covers. Polar Science, 10, 262-269.
Phenology and species determine growing‐season albedo increase at the altitudinal limit of shrub growth in the sub‐Arctic
Author(s): Scott N. Williamson, Isabel C. Barrio, David S. Hik, John A. Gamon
Year: 2016
Journal/Source: Global Change Biology
Full Citation: Williamson, S.N., Barrio, I.C., Hik, D.S. and Gamon, J.A. (2016b). Phenology and species determine growing season albedo increase at the altitudinal limit of shrub growth in the sub-Arctic. Global Change Biology, 22, 3621-3631.
Scale and watershed features determine lake chemistry patterns across physiographic regions in the far north of Ontario, Canada
Author(s): Josef MacLeod,Wendel (Bill) Keller, Andrew M. Paterson, Richard D. Dyer, John M. Gunn
Year: 2016
Journal/Source: Journal of limnology
Full Citation: MACLEOD, Josef et al. Scale and watershed features determine lake chemistry patterns across physiographic regions in the far north of Ontario, Canada. Journal of Limnology, [S.l.], v. 76, n. 1, nov. 2016. ISSN 1723-8633
Tracking the long-term responses of diatoms and cladocerans to climate warming and human influences across lakes of the Ring of Fire in the Far North of Ontario, Canada
Author(s): Kathryn E. Hargan, Clare Nelligan, Adam Jeziorski, Kathleen M. Rühland, Andrew M. Paterson, Wendel Keller, John P. Smol
Year: 2016
Journal/Source: journal of paleolimnology
Full Citation: Hargan, K.E., Nelligan, C., Jeziorski, A. et al. J Paleolimnol (2016) 56: 153. doi:10.1007/s10933-016-9901-7
Experimental evidence and 43 years of monitoring data show that food limits reproduction in a food-caching passerine
Author(s): Derbyshire, R., Strickland, D., and Norris, D. R.
Year: 2015
Journal/Source: Ecology
Publisher: the Ecological Society of America
Full Citation: Derbyshire, R., D. Strickland, and D. R. Norris. 2015. Experimental evidence and 43 years of monitoring data show that food limits reproduction in a food-caching passerine. Ecology 96:3005-3015.
Forest or meadow; the consequences of habitat for the condition of female arctic ground squirrels (Urocitellus parryii plesius)
Author(s): Werner, J. R., Krebs, C. J., Donker, S. A., and Sheriff, M. J.
Year: 2015
Journal/Source: Canadian Journal of Zoology
Publisher: NRC Research Press
Full Citation: Werner, J. R., Krebs, C. J., Donker, S. A., and Sheriff, M. J. 2015. Forest or meadow: the consequences of habitat for the condition of female arctic ground squirrels (Urocitellus parryii plesius). Canadian Journal of Zoology 93: 791-797
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