Auger-Methe, M, A. Derocher, C. DeMars, M. Plank, E. Codling and M. Lewis. 2016.   Evaluating random search strategies in three mammals from distinct feeding guilds.  Journal of Animal Ecology (In Review).

Barker, N. K. S., P. C. Fontaine, S. G. Cumming, D. Stralberg, A. Westwood, E. M. Bayne, P. Sólymos, F. K. A. Schmiegelow, S. J. Song, and D. J. Rugg. 2015. Ecological monitoring through harmonizing existing data: Lessons from the boreal avian modelling project. Wildlife Society Bulletin 39:480-487.

Barber, Q., S.E. Nielsen, and A. Hamann. 2016. Prioritizing rare species conservation using climate velocity, habitat connectivity and dispersal ability. Regional Environmental Change (In Press).

Bayne, E., L. Lionel, L. Mahon, P. Solymos, C. Machtans, H. Lankau, J. Ball, S.  Van Wilgenburg, S. Cumming, T. Fontaine, F.  Schmiegelow, and S. Song.  2015.   Boreal bird abundance estimates within different energy sector disturbances vary with point count radius. Condor: Ornithological Applications (In Press).

Bayne, E.M. 2014. The current state of knowledge on energy sector impacts on boreal birds: The importance of spatial scaling. Report submitted to the Joint Oilsands Monitoring Committee.

Boutin, S. and E. Merrill. 2016. A review of population-based management of Southern Mountain caribou in BC. Columbia Mountains Institute.

Burton, A.C. 2014. Monitoring mammals with camera traps: 2012-13 summary and recommendations. Report submitted to the Alberta Biodiversity Monitoring Institute, Edmonton, Canada.

Burton, C., D. Huggard, E. Bayne, J. Schieck, P. Solymas, T. Muhly, D. Farr, and S. Boutin. 2014. A framework for adaptive monitoring of the cumulative effects of human footprint on biodiversity. Environmental Monitoring and Assessment 186:3605-3617.

Burton, C., E. Neilson, D. Moreira, A. Ladle, R. Steenweg, J. Fisher, E. Bayne, and S. Boutin. 2015. Wildlife camera trapping: a review of current practice and recommendations for improvement. Journal of Applied Ecology 52(3): 675-685.

Cameron E, and E.M. Bayne. 2014. Spatial patterns and spread of exotic earthworms at local scales. Canadian Journal of Zoology 93:721-726.

Cameron, E.K., J.F. Cahill Jr, and E.M. Bayne. 2014. Root Foraging Influences Plant Growth Responses to Earthworm Foraging. PloS ONE 9 (9): e108873.

Chipchar, T. 2014. The Ecological Monitoring Committee for the Lower Athabasca Rare Plant Project: A Synthetic Assessment of Target Species. Report to the Environmental Monitoring Committee for the Lower Athabasca (EMCLA).

Chkrebtii, O.A., E.K. Cameron, D.A. Campbell, and E.M. Bayne. 2015. Transdimensional approximate Bayesian computation for inference on invasive species models with latent variables of unknown dimension. Computational Statistics & Data Analysis (In Press).

Ciuti, S., W.F. Jensen, S.E. Nielsen, S.K. Johnson, B.M. Hosek, and M.S. Boyce. 2014. Effects of oil developments and predators on mule deer recruitment. Final report to North Dakota Game and Fish.

Cumming, S.G., C.R. Drever, M. Houle, J. Cosco, P. Racine, E. Bayne, et al. 2014. A gap analysis of tree species representation in the protected areas of the Canadian boreal forest: applying a new assemblage of digital Forest Resource Inventory data 1. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 45 (999): 163-173.

Cumming, S.G., D. Stralberg, K.L. Lefevre, P. Sólymos, E.M. Bayne, S. Fang, et al. 2014. Climate and vegetation hierarchically structure patterns of songbird distribution in the Canadian boreal region. Ecography 37 (2): 137-151.

DeMars, C., J. Boulanger, and S. Boutin. 2014. A literature review for monitoring rare and elusive species, and recommendations on survey design for monitoring boreal caribou. Final report submitted to Government of the Northwest Territories.

DeMars, C., G. Breed, J. Potts and S. Boutin. 2016. Spatial patterning of prey at reproduction to reduce predation risk: what drives dispersion from groups? The American Naturalist (In Press).

DeMars, C., and S. Boutin. 2016. An individual-based, comparative approach to identify calving habitat for a threatened forest ungulate. Ecological Applications (In Review).

DeMars, C. and S. Boutin. 2015. Calving area selection by boreal caribou in northeast British Columbia: December 2015 update. Report submitted to the BC Oil and Gas Research and Innovation Society. 61pp.

DeMars C., S. Boutin, M. Auger-Methe, and U. Schlaegel. 2013. Inferring parturition and neonate survival from movement patterns of female ungulates: a case study using woodland caribou. Ecology and Evolution 3:4149–4160.

Dickie, M., Serrouya, R., McNay, S., and S. Boutin. 2016. Faster and farther: Wolf movement on linear features. Journal of Applied Ecology (In Review).

Dickie, M., Serrouya, R., Cranston, J., and S. Boutin. 2016. Functional restoration of linear features: The big bad wolf’s perspective (In Prep).

Dickie, M., R. Serrouya, and S. Boutin. 2014. Use, selection, and movement rates of wolves on linear features: Implications for the functional response. Progress report for the Alberta Biodiversity Monitoring Institute, Edmonton, Canada.

Fisher, R.J., and E.M. Bayne. 2014. Burrowing Owl Climate Change Adaptation Plan for Alberta.

Fisher, R. J., T. I. Wellicome, E. M. Bayne, R. G. Poulin, L. D. Todd, and A. T. Ford. 2015. Extreme precipitation reduces reproductive output of an endangered raptor. Journal of Applied Ecology 52:1500-1508.

Haché, S., K.A. Hobson, E.M. Bayne, S.L. Van Wilgenburg, and M.A. Villard. Tracking natal dispersal in a coastal population of a migratory songbird using feather stable isotope (δ2H,δ34S) tracers. PloS ONE 9 (4): e94437.

Haché, S., E.M. Bayne, and M.A. Villard. 2014. Postharvest regeneration, sciurid abundance, and postfledging survival and movements in an Ovenbird population. The Condor 116 (1): 102-112.

Hervieux, D., M. Hebblewhite, N. DeCesare, M. Russell, K. Smith, S. Robertson, and S. Boutin. 2013. Widespread declines in woodland caribou (Rangifer tarandus caribou) continue in Alberta. Canadian Journal of Zoology 91:872–882.

Hervieux, D., M. Hebblewhite, D. Stepniski, M. Bacon, and S. Boutin. 2014. Managing wolves to recover threatened woodland caribou in Alberta. Canadian Journal of Zoology 92:1025– 1037.

Hudson, L.N. ,T. Newbold, S. Contu, S.L.L. Hill, I. Lysenko, A. De Palma, et al. 2015. The PREDICTS database: a global database of how local terrestrial biodiversity responds to human impacts. Ecology and Evolution 4 (24): 4701-4735.

Laforge, M.P., E. Vander Wal, R.K. Brook, E.M. Bayne, and P.D. McLoughlin. 2015. Process- focussed, multi-grain resource selection functions. Ecological Modelling 305: 10-21.

Latham M.C., A.D.M. Latham, N.F. Webb, N.A. Mccutchen, and S. Boutin. 2014. Can Occupancy Abundance Models Be Used to Monitor Wolf Abundance? PLoS ONE 9(7): e102982. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0102982.

Mahon, C.L., E.M. Bayne, P. Sólymos, S.M. Matsuoka, M. Carlson, E. Dzus, et al. 2014. Does expected future landscape condition support proposed population objectives for boreal birds? Forest Ecology and Management 312: 28-39.

Mahon, C. L., G. H. Holloway, P. Solymos, S. G. Cumming, E. M. Bayne, F. K. A. Schmiegelow, and S. J. Song. 2016. Community structure and niche characteristics of upland and lowland western boreal birds at multiple spatial scales. Forest Ecology and Management 361:99-116.

Marsh, A., E.M. Bayne, and T.I. Wellicome. 2014. Using vertebrate prey capture locations to identify cover type selection patterns of nocturnally foraging Burrowing Owls. Ecological Applications 24 (5): 950-959.

Marsh, A., T.I. Wellicome, and E. Bayne. 2014. Influence of vegetation on the nocturnal foraging behaviors and vertebrate prey capture by endangered Burrowing Owls. Avian Conservation and Ecology 9 (1):2.

Matsuoka, S.M., C.L. Mahon, C.M. Handel, P. Sólymos, and E.M. Bayne, et al. 2014. Reviving common standards in point-count surveys for broad inference across studies. The Condor 116 (4): 599-608.

Muhly, T., R. Serrouya, E. Nielson, H. Li, and S. Boutin. 2014. Influence of in situ Oil Sands Development on Caribou (Rangifer tarandus) Movement in the oil sands of Alberta. Report prepared for the Ecological Monitoring Committee of the Lower Athabasca.

Muhly, T., R. Serrouya, E. Neilson, H. Li, and S. Boutin. 2015. Influence of in-situ oil sands development on caribou (Rangifer tarandus) movement. PLoS ONE. 10: e0136933.

Neilson, E., A. Tal Avgar, C.  Burton, K.  Broadley, and S. Boutin. 2016. Limitations of occupancy modelling for camera trap surveys of unmarked animals. Journal of Applied Ecology (In Prep).

Nielsen, S.E. 2015. Development of restoration tools for linear disturbances in Alberta. Final report to: Alberta Innovates – Energy & Environmental Solutions. 49 pp.

Schneider, R. K. Devito, N. Ketteridge, and E. Bayne. 2015. Moving beyond bioclimatic envelope models: integrating upland forest and peatland processes to predict ecosystem transitions under climate change in the western Canadian boreal plain. Ecohydrology. (In Press).

Scobie C., E. Bayne, and T. Wellicome. 2014. Influence of anthropogenic features and traffic disturbance on burrowing owl diurnal roosting behavior. Endangered Species Research 24:73-83.

Serrouya, R., M.J. Wittman, B.N. McLellan, H.U. Wittmer, and S. Boutin. 2015. Using predator- prey theory to predict outcomes of a broad-scale experiment to reduce apparent competition. American Naturalist 185(5):665-679.

Serrouya, R., B.N. McLellan, and S. Boutin. 2015. Testing predator-prey theory using broad-scale manipulations and independent validation. Journal of Animal Ecology 84:1600-1609.

Serrouya, R. S.Boutin, R Harding, and A. Bohm. 2014. Testing fence designs to provide a predator-free area for boreal caribou: Phase 1 reporting and planning for Phase 2.

Serrouya, R., H. Van Oort, and C. DeMars. 2015. Wolf census in three boreal caribou ranges in British Columbia; results from 2015. Alberta Biodiversity Monitoring Institute, Edmonton, AB.

Solymos, P., S. F.  Morrison, J. Kariyeva, J. Schieck, D. Haughland, E. Azeria, T. Cobb, Hinchcliffe; J. Kittison, A. McIntosh, T. Narwani, P. Piersossi, M. Roy, T. Sandybayev, S. Boutin, E. Bayne. 2016. Data and information management for the monitoring of biodiversity in Alberta. Wildlife Society Bulletin. (In Press).

Stolar, J., and S.E. Nielsen. 2015. Accounting for spatially-biased sampling effort in presence- only species distribution modeling. Diversity and Distributions 21:595–608.

Stralberg D., S.M. Matsuoka, A. Hamann, E.M. Bayne, P. Sólymos, et al. 2014. Projecting boreal bird responses to climate change: the signal exceeds the noise. Ecological Applications 25:52-69.

Tan, T., M.A. Edwards, and S.E. Nielsen. 2014. Ronald Lake Bison (Bison bison) March- December 2013 telemetry data study. Preliminary Technical Report to Alberta Environment and Sustainable Resource Development stakeholders.

Tan, T., M.A. Edwards, and S.E. Nielsen. 2015. Ronald Lake Bison (Bison bison) Preliminary Summary Report: March 2013 – March 2014 Telemetry Data Study. Report to Alberta Environment and Sustainable Resource Development stakeholders.

Tigner, J., E.M. Bayne, and S. Boutin. 2014. Black bear use of seismic lines in Northern Canada. The Journal of Wildlife Management 78 (2): 282-292.

Tigner, J., E.M. Bayne, and S. Boutin. 2015. American Marten Respond to Seismic Lines in Northern Canada at Two Spatial Scales. PloS one 10 (3): e0118720-e0118720.

van Rensen, C., S.E. Nielsen, B. White, T. Vinge, and V.J. Lieffers. 2015. Natural regeneration of forest vegetation on seismic lines in boreal habitats. Biological Conservation 184:127– 135.

Venier, L.A., I.D. Thompson, R. Fleming, J. Malcolm, I. Aubin, J.A. Trofymow, et al. 2014. Effects of natural resource development on the terrestrial biodiversity of Canadian boreal forests. Environmental Reviews 22 (4): 457-490.

Wilson, S.F. and C. A. DeMars.  2015. A Bayesian approach to characterizing habitat use by, and impacts of anthropogenic features on, woodland caribou (Rangifer tarandus caribou) in northeast British Columbia.  Canadian Wildlife Biology and Management 4(2): 107-118.

Yip, D.A., Bayne, E.M., Solymos, P., Campbell, J., and Proppe D. Sound attenuation in forested and roadside environments: Implications for avian point count surveys. The Condor: Ornithological Applications. (In review)

Zhang, J., S.E. Nielsen, T.N. Grainger, M. Kohler, T. Chipchar, and D.R. Farr. 2014. Sampling plant diversity and rarity at landscape scales: Importance of sampling time in species detectability. PLoS ONE 9(4): e95334.

Zhang, J. S.E. Nielsen, Stolar, J., Chen, Y., and W. Thuiller. 2015. Gains and losses of plant species and phylogenetic diversity for a northern high-latitude region. Diversity and Distributions. 21: 1441-1454.