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Spatial genetic and morphologic structure of wolves and coyotes in relations to environmental heterogeneity in a Canis hybrid zone
Author(s): Benson JF
Year: 2012
Journal/Source: Molecular Ecology
Full Citation: Benson JF, Patterson BR, and Wheeldon TJ. 2012. Spatial genetic and morphologic structure of wolves and coyotes in relations to environmental heterogeneity in a Canis hybrid zone. Molecular Ecology 21: 5934-5954.
Genetic and environmental influences on pup mortality risk for wolves and coyotes within a Canis hybrid zone
Author(s): Benson JF
Year: 2013
Journal/Source: Biological Conservation
Full Citation: Benson JF, Mills KJ, Loveless KM, Patterson BR. 2013. Genetic and environmental influences on pup mortality risk for wolves and coyotes within a Canis hybrid zone. Biological Conservation 166: 133-141.
Inter-specific territoriality in a Canis hybrid zone - spatial segregation between wolves, coyotes, and hybrids
Author(s): Benson JF
Year: 2013
Journal/Source: Oecologia
Full Citation: Benson JF, Patterson BR. 2013. Inter-specific territoriality in a Canis hybrid zone: spatial segregation between wolves, coyotes, and hybrids. Oecologia. DOI: 10.1007/s00442-013-2730-8.
A protected area influences genotype-specific survival and the structure of a Canis hybrid zone
Author(s): Benson JF
Year: 2014
Journal/Source: Ecology
Full Citation: Benson JF, Patterson BR, Mahoney PJ. 2014. A protected area influences genotype-specific survival and the structure of a Canis hybrid zone. Ecology 95(2): 254-264. DOI: 10.1890/13-0698.1.
Spatial overlap, proximity, and habitat use of individual wolves within the same packs
Author(s): Benson, J.F., and B.R. Patterson
Year: 2015
Journal/Source: Wildlife Society Bulletin
Full Citation: Benson, J.F., and B.R. Patterson. 2015. Spatial overlap, proximity, and habitat use of individual wolves within the same packs. Wildlife Society Bulletin 39(1): 31-40.
Resource selection by wolves at dens and rendezvous sites in Algonquin Park, Canada
Author(s): Benson, J.F., Mills, K.J., and B.R. Patterson
Year: 2015
Journal/Source: Biological Conservation
Full Citation: Benson, J.F., Mills, K.J., and B.R. Patterson. 2015. Resource selection by wolves at dens and rendezvous sites in Algonquin Park, Canada. Biological Conservation 182: 223-232.
Influence of post-harvest silviculture on understory vegetation - Implications for forage in a multi-ungulate system
Author(s): Boan JJ
Year: 2011
Journal/Source: Forest Ecology and Management
Full Citation: Boan JJ, McLaren BE, and Malcolm JR. 2011. Influence of post-harvest silviculture on understory vegetation: Implications for forage in a multi-ungulate system. Forest Ecology and Management 262: 1704-1712. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.foreco.2011.07.022.
Predicting non-inventoried forest elements using forest inventory data - The case of winter forage for caribou
Author(s): Boan JJ
Year: 2013
Journal/Source: Ecoscience
Full Citation:  Boan JJ, Mclaren BE, Malcolm JR. 2013. Predicting non-inventoried forest elements using forest inventory data: The case of winter forage for caribou. Ecoscience 20(2): 101-111. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.2980/20-2-3567.
Forest overstorey and age as habitat - Detecting the indirect and direct effects of predators in defining habitat in a harvested boreal landscape
Author(s): Boan, J.J., Malcolm, J.R., and B.E. McLaren
Year: 2014
Journal/Source: Forest Ecology and Management
Full Citation: Boan, J.J., Malcolm, J.R., and B.E. McLaren. 2014. Forest overstorey and age as habitat? Detecting the indirect and direct effects of predators in defining habitat in a harvested boreal landscape. Forest Ecology and Management 326: 101-108.
Sentinels in a climatic outpost - endoparasites in the introduced muskox (Ovibos moschatus) population of Dovrefjell, Norway
Author(s): Davidson, R.K., Amundsen, H., Lie, N.O., Luyckx, K., Robertson, L.J., Verocai, G.G., Kutz, S.J.,and B. Ytrehus
Year: 2014
Journal/Source: International Journal for Parasitology: Parasites and Wildlife
Full Citation: Davidson, R.K., Amundsen, H., Lie, N.O., Luyckx, K., Robertson, L.J., Verocai, G.G., Kutz, S.J.,and B. Ytrehus. 2014. Sentinels in a climatic outpost: endoparasites in the introduced muskox (Ovibos moschatus) population of Dovrefjell, Norway. International Journal for Parasitology: Parasites and Wildlife3: 154-160.
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