Effectiveness of population-based recovery actions for threatened southern mountain caribou

Lamb CT, S Williams, S Boutin, M Bridge, D Cichowski, K Cornhill, C DeMars, M Dickie, B Ernst, A Ford, MP Gillingham, L Greene, DC Heard, M Hebblewhite, [...], and R Serrouya. 2024. Ecological Applications e2965.

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Habitat alteration or climate: What drives the densities of an invading ungulate?

Dickie M, R Serrouya, M Becker, C DeMars, MJ Noonan, R Steenweg, S Boutin, and AT Ford. 2024. Global Change Biology 30(4): e17286.

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Density estimates of unmarked mammals: comparing two models and assumptions across multiple species and years

Fisher JT, M Dickie, JM Burgar, AC Burton, R Serrouya. 2023. Canadian Journal of Zoology. e-First.

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Mapping potential climate-change impacts on woodland caribou demographic rates

Avgar T, T Muhly, R Serrouya. Prepared for: Government of British Columbia.


Unsecured attractants, collisions, and high mortality strain coexistence between grizzly bears and people in the Elk Valley, southeast British Columbia

Lamb CT, L Smit, G Mowat, B McLellan, M Proctor. 2023. Conservation Science and Practice 5(10): e13012.

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Intervention-forward adaptive management in the face of extinction

Dickie M, AT Ford, R Steenweg, R Serrouya. 2023. Trends in Ecology & Evolution 38(6).

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In search of evidence-based management targets: A synthesis of the effects of linear features on woodland caribou

Dickie M, N Love, R Steenweg, CT Lamb, J Polfus, AT Ford. 2023. Ecological Indicators 154.

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Incorporating mechanism into conservation actions in an age of multiple and emerging threats: The case of boreal caribou

DeMars CA, CJ Johnson, M Dickie, T Habib, M Cody, A Saxena, S Boutin, R Serrouya. 2023. Ecosphere e4627.

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