Some Recent Publications

  • Abou Elsaad I, Renault S. (2018)  Enhanced oxidative stress in the jasmonic acid-deficient tomato mutant DEF-I exposed to salt stress.  Journal of plant physiology, 226:  136-144
  • Avial-Sakar G, Renault St, Markham J and B. Adorno (2018)  Interaction between herbivory and salinity stress in a nitrogen fixing legume.  International Journal of Plant Sciences, 179 (7):  560-568
  • Gharajehdaghipour T, Roth JD (2018). Predators attract prey through ecosystem engineering in the Arctic. Ecosphere 9, e02077.
  • McDonald RS, Roth JD, Anderson WG (2018). Prey cortisol affects the usefulness of fecal glucocorticoid metabolite concentration to indicate stress in a carnivore. Canadian Journal of Zoology 96, 367-371.
  • Abbasi, R. and Marcus, J.M. (2017). A new A-P compartment boundary and organizer in holometabolous insect wings. Scientific Reports 7, 16337. doi:10.1038/s41598-017-16553-5
  • Aman, J.T., Docker, M.F. and Wilson Grimes, K. (2017). New England range extension of American Brook Lamprey (Lethenteron appendix), as confirmed by genetic analysis. Northeastern Naturalist 24, 536–543.
  • Bairos-Novak, K., Ryan, C.P., Freeman, A.R., Anderson, W.G. and Hare, J.F. (2017). Like mother, like daughter: Heritability of female Richardson’s ground squirrel (Urocitellus richardsonii) cortisol stress responses. Current Zoology 63.
  • Bartels, H., Wrede, C., Przybylski, M., Potter, I.C., and Docker, M.F. (2017). Implications of absence of seawater-type mitochondria-rich cells and results of molecular analyses for derivation of the non-parasitic Ukrainian brook lamprey Eudontomyzon mariae. Environmental Biology of Fishes 100, 509–518.
  • Benjamin C Kissinger, Jason Bystriansky, Nick Czehryn, Eva C Enders, Jason Treberg, James D Reist, Emily Whitmore, W Gary Anderson (2017). Environment-phenotype interactions: Influences of brackish-water rearing on lake trout (Salvelinus namaycush) physiology. Environmental Biology of Fishes, 1-18.
  • Berteaux et al. (2017). Harmonizing circumpolar monitoring of Arctic fox: benefits, opportunities, challenges, recommendations. Polar Research 36 (sup1), 2.
  • Choy ES, Rosenberg B, Roth JD, Loseto LL (2017). Inter-annual variation in environmental conditions affect the prey and body condition of eastern Beaufort Sea beluga whale (Delphinapterus leucas) population. Marine Ecology Progress Series 579, 213-225.
  • Clemens, B.J., Beamish, R.J., Coates, K.C., Docker, M.F., Dunham, J.B., Gray, A.E., Hess, J.E., Jolley, J.C., Lampman, R.T., et al. (2017). Conservation challenges and research needs for Pacific Lamprey in the Columbia River Basin. Fisheries 42, 268-280.
  • Clemens, B.J., Wyss, L., McCoun, R., Courter, I., Schwabe, L., Peery, C., Schreck, C.B., Spice, E.K., and Docker, M.F. (2017). Temporal genetic population structure and interannual variation in migration behavior of Pacific Lamprey Entosphenus tridentatus. Hydrobiologia 794, 223–240.
  • Crates RA, Firth JA, Farine DR, Garroway CJ, Kidd LR, Aplin LM, Radersma R, Milligan ND,Voelkl B, Culina A, Verhelst BL, Hinde CA, and Sheldon BC (2017). Individual variation in winter supplementary food consumption and its consequences for reproduction in wild birds. Journal of Avian Biology 47, 678-689.
  • Detwiler, J.T., Caballero, I.C., and Criscione, C.D. (2017). Role of parasite transmission in promoting inbreeding: I. Infection intensities drive individual parasite selfing rates. Molecular Ecology, DOI: 10.1111/mec.14211.
  • Detwiler, J.T., Criscione, C.D. (2017). Role of parasite transmission in promoting inbreeding: II. Pedigree reconstruction reveals sib-transmission and consequent kin-mating. Molecular Ecology, DOI: 10.1111/mec.14210.
  • D Munro, JR Treberg (2017). A radical shift in perspective: mitochondria as regulators of reactive oxygen species. J. Exp. Biol. 220, 1170-1180.
  • Elliott KH, Roth JD, Crook K (2017). Lipid extraction techniques for stable isotope analysis and ecological assays, Chapter 2, pp. 9-24. Springer New York.
  • Ewacha MVA, Roth JD, Anderson WG, Brannen DC, Dupont DLJ (2017). Disturbance and chronic levels of cortisol in boreal woodland caribou. Journal of Wildlife Management 81, 1266-1275.
  • Gaudry, MJ and KL Campbell (2017). Evolution of UCP1 transcriptional regulatory elements across the mammalian phylogeny. Frontiers in Physiology 8, 670.
  • Gaudry, M.J., M. Jastroch, J.R. Treberg, M. Hofreiter, J.L.A. Paijmans, J. Starrett, N. Wales, A.V. Signore, M.S. Springer, and K.L. Campbell (2017).  Inactivation of thermogenic UCP1 as a historical contingency in multiple placental mammal clades. Science Advances 3 (7), E1602878.
  • Gingera, T.D., Bajno, R., Docker, M.F., and Reist, J.D. (2017). Environmental DNA as a detection tool for zebra mussels Dreissena polymorpha (Pallas, 1771) at the forefront of an invasion event in Lake Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. Management of Biological Invasions 8, 287–300.
  • He, K., A. Shinohara, K.M. Helgen, M.S. Springer, J. Xue-Long and K.L. Campbell (2017). Talpid mole phylogeny unites shrew moles and illuminates overlooked cryptic species diversity. Molecular Biology and Evolution 34 (1), 78-87.
  • Kissinger, B.C., Harris, L.N., Swainson, D., Anderson, W.G., Docker, M.F., and Reist, J.D. (2017). Fine-scale population structure in lake trout (Salvelinus namaycush) influenced by life history variation in the Husky Lakes drainage basin, NT Canada. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences. (in press)
  • Lalonde, M.M.L. and Marcus, J.M. (2017). The complete mitochondrial genome of the long-horned caddisfly Triaenodes tardus (Insecta: Trichoptera: Leptoceridae). Mitochondrial DNA Part B: Resources 2 (2), 765–767. doi: 10.1080/23802359.2017.1398619
  • Living Prairie Mitogenomics Consortium and Marcus, J.M. (2017). The complete mitochondrial genome of the lesser aspen webworm moth Meroptera pravella (Insecta: Lepidoptera: Pyralidae). Mitochondrial DNA Part B: Resources 2 (1), 344-346. doi:10.1080/23802359.2017.1334525
  • McDonald RS, Roth JD, Baldwin FB (2017). Goose persistence in fall strongly influences Arctic fox diet, but not reproductive success, in the southern Arctic. Polar Research 36 (sup1), 5.
  • Mochnacz, N.J., Kissinger, B.C., Deslauriers, D., Guzzo, M.M., Enders, E.C., Anderson, W.G., Docker, M.F., Isaak, D.J., and Treberg, J.R. (2017). Development and testing of a simple field-based intermittent-flow respirometry system for riverine fishes. Conservation Physiology 5, cox048;doi:10.1093/conphys/cox048.
  • Peirson, D.S.J. and Marcus, J.M. (2017). The complete mitochondrial genome of the North American caddisfly Anabolia bimaculata (Insecta: Trichoptera: Limnephilidae). Mitochondrial DNA Part B: Resources 2 (2), 595–597. doi: 10.1080/23802359.2017.1372728
  • Pero, E.M. and Hare, J.F. (2017). Demography and Life History of a Manitoba, Delta Marsh Population of Franklin’s Ground Squirrels (Poliocitellus franklinii). Canadian Wildlife Biology & Management 6 (1), 42-52.
  • Perry JC, GarrowayCJ, and Rowe L (2017). The role of ecology, neutral processes and antagonistic coevolution in an apparent sexual arms race. Ecology Letters 20, 1107-1117.
  • Peters, M.J. and Marcus, J.M. (2017). Taxonomy as a hypothesis: testing the status of the Bermuda buckeye butterfly Junonia coenia bergi (Lepidoptera: Nymphalidae). Systematic Entomology 42 (1), 288–300. doi: 10.1111/syen.12214
  • Radersma R, Garroway CJ, Santure AW, De Cauwer I, Farine DR, Slate J, Sheldon BC (2017). Social and spatial effects on genetic variation between foraging flocks in a wild bird population. Molecular Ecology 26, 5807-5819.
  • Abouelsaad I, Weihrauch D, Renault S. (2016). Differential expression of ammonium and nitrate transporters in roots of tomato plants exposed to salinity stress. Scientia Horticulturae 211, 70-78.
  • Aida Adlimoghaddam, Michael J O’Donnell, Jay Kormish, Sheena Banh, Jason R Treberg, David Merz, Dirk Weihrauch (2016). Ammonia excretion in Caenorhabditis elegans: physiological and molecular characterization of the rhr-2 knock-out mutant. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology Part A: Molecular & Integrative Physiology 195, 46-54.
  • Brander, Susanne M, Jeffries, Ken M, Cole, Bryan J, DeCourten, Bethany M, White, J Wilson, Hasenbein, Simone, Fangue, Nann A and Connon, Richard E (2016). Transcriptomic changes underlie altered egg protein production and reduced fecundity in an estuarine model fish exposed to bifenthrin. Aquatic Toxicology 174, 247–260.
  • Burstahler CM, Roth JD, Gau RJ, Murray DL (2016). Demographic differences in diet breadth of Canada lynx during a fluctuation in prey availability. Ecology & Evolution 6, 6366–6375.
  • Carriere, B., Gillis, D., Halden, N., & Anderson, G. (2016). Strontium metabolism in the juvenile Lake Sturgeon,. Journal of Applied Ichthyology 32 (2), 258-266.
  • Charles, C. Gillis, D.M. Hrenchuck, L.E. Blanchfield, P.J. (2016). A method of spatial correction for acoustic positioning biotelemetry. Animal Biotelemetry 4 (5). DOI: 10.1186/s40317-016-0098-3
  • Choy ES, Roth JD, Loseto LL (2016). Lipid removal and acidification affect nitrogen and carbon stable isotope ratios of beluga whales and their potential prey species in the Beaufort Sea ecosystem. Marine Biology 163, 220.
  • Clark, Timothy D, Furey, Nathan B, Rechisky, Erin L, Gale, Marika K, Jeffries, Ken M, Porter, Aswea D, Casselman, Matthew T, Lotto, Andrew G, Patterson, David A, Cooke, Steven J and et al. (2016). Tracking wild sockeye salmon smolts to the ocean reveals distinct regions of nocturnal movement and high mortality. Ecological Applications 26 (4), 959–978.
  • Cole, Bryan J, Brander, Susanne M, Jeffries, Ken M, Hasenbein, Simone, He, Guochun, Dennison, Michael S, Fangue, Nann A and Connon, Richard E (2016). Changes in Menidia beryllina gene expression and in vitro hormone receptor activation after exposure to estuarine waters near treated wastewater outfalls. Archives of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology 71, 210–223.
  • Dakin, R., McCrossan, O., Hare, J.F., Montgomerie, R. and Amador Kane, S. (2016). Biomechanics of the peacock’s display: how feather structure and resonance facilitate multimodal signaling. PLoSOne 11 (4), e0152759.
  • D Munro, S Banh, E Sotiri, N Tamanna, JR Treberg (2016). The thioredoxin and glutathione-dependent H 2 O 2 consumption pathways in muscle mitochondria: Involvement in H 2 O 2 metabolism and consequence to H 2 O 2 efflux assays. Free Radical Biology and Medicine 96, 334-346.
  • Docker, M. (2016). Preface to “Jawless Fishes of the World”, pp. ix–xvi. Cambridge Scholars Publishing.
  • Docker, M.F., Silver, G.S., Jolley, J.C., and Spice. E.K. (2016). Simple genetic assay distinguishes lamprey genera Entosphenus and Lampetra: comparison with existing genetic and morphological identification methods. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 36, 780–787.
  • Ewacha M, Kaapehi C, Waterman JM, Roth JD. (2016). Cape ground squirrels as ecosystem engineers: modifying habitat for plants, small mammals, and beetles in the Namib Desert. African Journal of Ecology 54, 68-75.
  • Ewacha MVA, Kaapehi C, Waterman JM, Roth JD (2016). Cape ground squirrels as ecosystem engineers: modifying habitat for plants, small mammals, and beetles in Namib Desert grasslands. African Journal of Ecology 54, 68-75.
  • Freeth CE, Teillet MRE, Roth JD (2016). Variation in snowshoe hare density near Churchill, Manitoba estimated using pellet counts. Proceedings of Manitoba’s Undergraduate Science and Engineering Research 2, 1-6.
  • Friesen OC, Roth JD (2016). Alternative prey use affects helminth parasite infections in gray wolves. Journal of Animal Ecology 85, 1265-1274.
  • Geisler, M. E., Rennie, M. D., Gillis, D. M., & Higgins, S. N. (2016). A predictive model for water clarity following dreissenid invasion. Biological Invasions 18 (1989).
  • Gharajehdaghipour T, Roth JD, Fafard PM, Markham JH (2016). Arctic foxes as ecosystem engineers: increased soil nutrients lead to increased plant productivity on fox dens. Scientific Reports 6, 24020.
  • Gingera, T.D., Steeves, T.B., Boguski, D.A., Whyard, S., Li,. W., and Docker, M.F. (2016). Detection and identification of lampreys in Great Lakes streams using environmental DNA. Journal of Great Lakes Research 42, 649–659.
  • Grabowska-Zhang AM, Hinde CA, Garroway CJ, Sheldon BC (2016). Wherever I may roam: social viscosity and kin affiliation in a wild population despite natal dispersal. Behavioral Ecology 27, 1263-1268.
  • Jeffries, Ken M, Connon, Richard E, Davis, Brittany E, Komoroske, Lisa M, Britton, Monica T, Sommer, Ted, Todgham, Anne E and Fangue, Nann A (2016). Effects of high temperatures on threatened estuarine fishes during periods of extreme drought. Journal of Experimental Biology 219 (11), 1705–1716.
  • Jolley, J.C., Kovalchuk, G., and Docker, M.F. (2016). River Lamprey (Lampetra ayresii) outmigrant upstream of the John Day Dam in the Mid-Columbia River. Northwestern Naturalist 97, 48–52.
  • JR Treberg, B Speers-Roesch (2016). Does the physiology of chondrichthyan fishes constrain their distribution in the deep sea?. J. Exp. Biol. 219, 615-625.
  • JR Treberg, SS Killen, TJ MacCormack, SG Lamarre, EC Enders (2016). Estimates of metabolic rate and major constituents of metabolic demand in fishes under field conditions: Methods, proxies, and new perspectives. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology Part A: Molecular & Integrative Physiologt 202, 10-22.
  • Komoroske, Lisa M, Jeffries, Ken M, Connon, Richard E, Dexter, Jason, Hasenbein, Matthias, Verhille, Christine and Fangue, Nann A (2016). Sublethal salinity stress contributes to habitat limitation in an endangered estuarine fish. Evolutionary Applications 9 (8), 963–981.
  • Laine VN, Gossmann TI, Schachtschneider KM, Garroway CJ, Madsen O, Verhoeven KJF, de Jager VCL, Megens HJ,Warren WC, Minx P, and et al. (2016). Evolutionary signals of selection on cognition from the great tit genome and methylome. Nature Communications 10474 .
  • Maxner E, Halden NM, Roth JD, Davoren GK (2016). Intrinsic factors influence the timing of arrival of capelin (Mallotus villosus) to spawning grounds in coastal Newfoundland. Fisheries Research 179, 202-212.
  • Naaykens T, Roth JD, Dupont D (2016). Grey wolf selection for moose calves and factors influencing prey species consumption in southeastern Manitoba. Proceedings of Manitoba’s Undergraduate Science and Engineering Research 2, 1-17.
  • Peters, M.J. and Marcus, J.M. (2016). The complete mitochondrial genome of the Bermuda buckeye butterfly Junonia coenia bergi (Insecta: Lepidoptera: Nymphalidae). Mitochondrial DNA Part B: Resources 1 (1), 739-741. doi: 10.1080/23802359.2016.1159929
  • Renault S, Wolfe S., Markham J, Avila-Sakar G (2016). Increased resistance to a generalist herbivore in a salinity-stressed non-halophytic plant. AoB Plants 8.
  • RJ Mailloux, JR Treberg (2016). Protein S-glutathionlyation links energy metabolism to redox signaling in mitochondria. Redox Biology 8, 110-118.
  • Rohlfing, K., Stuhlmann, F., Docker, M.F., and Burmester, T. (2016). Convergent evolution of hemoglobin switching in jawed and jawless vertebrates. BMC Evolutionary Biology 16, 30.
  • S Banh, L Wiens, E Sotiri, JR Treberg (2016). Mitochondrial reactive oxygen species production by fish muscle mitochondria: Potential role in acute heat-induced oxidative stress. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology Part B: Biochemistry and Molecular Biology 191, 99-107.
  • Trana MR, Roth JD, Tomy G, Anderson WG, Ferguson S (2016). Increased blubber cortisol in ice-entrapped beluga whales. Polar Biology 39, 1563-1569.
  • Treberg JR (2016). There was more to osmolyte selection than just osmotic balance. J. Exp. Biol. 218, 3532-3533.
  • Wood, T.J. and Hare, J.F. (2016). Blue jays (Cyanocitta cristata) do not spontaneously eavesdrop on red squirrel (Tamiasciurus hudsonicus) squeals to locate food. Proceedings of Manitoba’s Undergraduate Science and Engineering Research 2, 1-14.
  • Youssef M, Mira M, Renault S, Hill R, Stasolla C. (2016). Phytoglobin expression influences soil flooding response of corn plants. Annals of Botany 118.
  • Abbasi, R. and Marcus, J. M. (2015). Color pattern evolution in Vanessa butterflies (Nymphalidae: Nymphalini): Non-eyespot characters. Evolution & Development 17 (1), 63-81. doi:10.1111/ede.12109
  • Abbasi, R. and Marcus, J. M. (2015). Color pattern homology and evolution in Vanessa butterflies (Nymphalidae: Nymphalini): Eyespot characters. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 28 (11), 2009–2026. doi: 10.1111/jeb.12716
  • Aplin, LM, Firth, JA, Farine, DR, Voelkl, B, Crates, RA, Culina, A, Garroway, CJ, Hinde, CA, Kidd, LR, Psorakis, I and et al. (2015). Consistent individual differences in the social phenotypes of wild great tits, Parus major. Animal behaviour 108, 117–127.
  • AR Quijada-Rodriguez, JR Treberg, D Weihrauch (2015). Mechanism of ammonia excretion in the freshwater leech Nephelopsis obscura: characterization of a primitive Rh protein and effects of high environmental ammonia. American Journal of Physiology-Regulatory, Integrative and Comparative Physiology 309, R692-R705.
  • Bartels, H., Docker M.F., Krappe M., White M.M., Wrede, C., and Potter, I.C. (2015). Variations in the presence of chloride cells in the gills of lampreys (Petromyzontiformes) and their evolutionary implications. Journal of Fish Biology 86, 1421–1428.
  • Blanchfield, P.J., Kidd, K.A., Docker, M.F., Palace, V.P., Park, B.J., and Postma, L.D. (2015). Recovery of a wild fish population from whole-lake additions of a synthetic estrogen. Environmental Science and Technology 49, 3136–3144.
  • Bouwhuis, Sandra, Vedder, Oscar, Garroway, Colin J and Sheldon, Ben C (2015). Ecological causes of multilevel covariance between size and first-year survival in a wild bird population. Journal of Animal Ecology 84, 208–218.
  • Caballero, I.C., Sakla A.J., Detwiler, J.T., Le Gall, M., Behmer, S.T., Criscione, C.D. (2015). Physiological Status Drives Metabolic Rate in Mediterranean Geckos Infected with Pentastomes. PLoS ONE 10 (12), e0144477. doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0144477
  • Campbell, K.L. and M. Hofreiter (2015). Resurrecting phenotypes from ancient DNA sequences: promises and perspectives. Canadian Journal of Zoology 93 (9), 701-710.
  • Campobello, D., Hare, J.F., and Sarà, M. (2015). Social phenotype extended to communities: Expanded multilevel social selection analysis reveals fitness consequences of interspecific interactions. Evolution 69, 916-925.
  • Crates, Ross A, Sheldon, Ben C and Garroway, Colin J (2015). Causes and consequences of individual variation in the extent of post-juvenile moult in the blue tit Cyanistes caeruleus (Passeriformes: Paridae). Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 116 (2), 341–351.
  • Docker, M.F., Hume, J.B. and Clemens, B.J. (2015). Introduction: a surfeit of lampreys. In Docker, M.F., Lampreys: Biology, Conservation and Control, Vol. 1 pp. 1–34. Springer, Dordrecht,
  • Farine, Damien R, Firth, Josh A, Aplin, Lucy M, Crates, Ross A, Culina, Antica, Garroway, Colin J, Hinde, Camilla A, Kidd, Lindall R, Milligan, Nicole D, Psorakis, Ioannis and et al. (2015). The role of social and ecological processes in structuring animal populations: a case study from automated tracking of wild birds. Royal Society Open Science 2 (4), 150057.
  • Freeman, A.R. & Hare J.F. (2015). Infrasound in mating displays: a peacock’s tale. Animal Behavior 102, 241-250.
  • Friesen OC, Roth JD, Graham LC (2015). Sex-biased parasitism in the monogamous arctic fox driven by diet. Journal of Mammalogy 96, 417-424.
  • Gemmell, A. P. and Marcus, J. M. (2015). A tale of two haplotypes: Evaluating the New World Junonia ring species hypothesis using the distribution of divergent COI haplotypes. Systematic Entomology 40 (3), 532-546. doi: 10.1111/syen.12120
  • Gigliotti D, Leiter JRS, Macek B, Davidson MJ, MacDonald PB, Anderson JE (2015). Atrophy, inducible satellite cell activation and possible denervation of supraspinatus muscle in injured human rotator-cuff muscle. Amer J Physiol Cell Physiol 309, 383-391. full text of article
  • Hare, A.J., Waheed, A., Hare, J.F. and Anderson, W.G. (2015). Cortisol and catecholamine responses to social context and a chemical alarm signal in juvenile lake sturgeon, Acipenser fulvescens. Canadian Journal of Zoology 93, 605-613.
  • Hess, J.E., Campbell, N.R., Docker, M.F., Baker, C., Jackson, A., Lampman, R., McIlraith, B., Moser, M.L., Statler, D.P., Young, W.P., Wildbill, A.J. and Narum, S.R. (2015). Use of genotyping-by-sequencing data to develop a high-throughput and multi-functional SNP panel for conservation applications in Pacific lamprey. Molecular Ecology Resources 15, 187–202.
  • Jeffries, Ken M, Brander, Susanne M, Britton, Monica T, Fangue, Nann A and Connon, Richard E (2015). Chronic exposures to low and high concentrations of ibuprofen elicit different gene response patterns in a euryhaline fish. Environmental Science and Pollution Research 22 (22), 17397–17413.
  • Jeffries, Ken M, Komoroske, Lisa M, Truong, Jennifer, Werner, Inge, Hasenbein, Matthias, Hasenbein, Simone, Fangue, Nann A and Connon, Richard E (2015). The transcriptome-wide effects of exposure to a pyrethroid pesticide on the Critically Endangered delta smelt Hypomesus transpacificus. Endangered Species Research 28 (1), 43–60.
  • JR Treberg, D Munro, S Banh, P Zacharias, E Sotiri (2015). Differentiating between apparent and actual rates of H 2 O 2 metabolism by isolated rat muscle mitochondria to test a simple model of mitochondria as regulators of H 2 O 2 concentration. Redox Biology 5, 216-224.
  • Kissinger, B. C., Gantner, N., Anderson, W. G., Gillis, D. M., Halden, N. M., Harwood, L. A., & Reist, J. D. (2015). Brackish-water residency and semi-anadromy in Arctic lake trout (Salvelinus namaycush) inferred from otolith. Journal of Great Lakes Research 42 (2), 267-275.
  • Komoroske, Lisa M, Connon, Richard E, Jeffries, Ken M and Fangue, Nann A (2015). Linking transcriptional responses to organismal tolerance reveals mechanisms of thermal sensitivity in a mesothermal endangered fish. Molecular Ecology 24 (19), 4960–4981.
  • Maitland, P.S., Renaud, C.B., Quintella, B.R., Close, D.A. and Docker, M.F. (2015). Conservation of native lampreys. In Docker, M.F., Lampreys: Biology, Conservation and Control, Vol. 1 pp. 375–428. Springer, Dordrecht,
  • Manjerovic MB, Waterman JM. (2015). . ‘Failure to launch’: Is there a reproductive cost to males living at home?. Journal of Mammalogy 96 (1), 144-150.
  • Matechou, Eleni, Cheng, San Chye, Kidd, Lindall and Garroway, Colin J (2015). Reproductive consequences of the timing of seasonal movements in a non-migratory wild bird population. Ecology 96, 1641–1649.
  • McCauley, D.W., M.F. Docker, S. Whyard, and W. Li (2015). Lampreys as diverse model organisms in the genomics era. BioScience 65, 1046–1056.
  • McCullagh, B.S. and Marcus, J.M. (2015). The complete mitochondrional genome of Lemon Pansy, Junonia lemonias (Lepidoptera: Nymphalidae: Nymphalinae). Journal of Asia-Pacific Entomology 18 (4), 749-755. doi:10.1016/j.aspen.2015.08.006
  • McCullagh, B.S., Wissinger, S.A. and Marcus, J.M. (2015). Identifying PCR primers to facilitate molecular phylogenetics in Caddisflies (order Trichoptera). Zoological Systematics 40, doi: 10.11865/zs.20150 .
  • Newediuk, L.J., Waters, I. and Hare, J.F. (2015). Aspen Parkland Pasture Altered by Richardson’s Ground Squirrel (Urocitellus richardsonii Sabine) Activity: The Good, the Bad, and the Not So Ugly?. Canadian Field-Naturalist 129 (4), 331-341.
  • Psorakis, Ioannis, Voelkl, Bernhard, Garroway, Colin J, Radersma, Reinder, Aplin, Lucy M, Crates, Ross A, Culina, Antica, Farine, Damien R, Firth, Josh A, Hinde, Camilla A and et al. (2015). Inferring social structure from temporal data. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 69 (5), 857–866.
  • Purves, Randy W, Ambrose, Stephen J, Clark, Shawn M, Stout, Jake M and Page, Jonathan E (2015). Separation of isomeric short-chain acyl-CoAs in plant matrices using ultra-performance liquid chromatography coupled with tandem mass spectrometry. Journal of Chromatography B 980, 1–7.
  • Raby, Graham D, Donaldson, Michael R, Hinch, Scott G, Clark, Timothy D, Eliason, Erika J, Jeffries, Kenneth M, Cook, Katrina V, Teffer, Amy, Bass, Arthur L, Miller, Kristina M and et al. (2015). Fishing for effective conservation: context and biotic variation are keys to understanding the survival of Pacific salmon after catch-and-release. Integrative and Comparative Biology, icv088.
  • Sawler J, Stout JM, Gardner KM, Hudson D, Vidmar J, Butler L, Page JE, Myles S (2015). The genetic structure of marijuana and hemp. PLoS ONE 10 (8), e0133292.
  • Springer, M.S., A.V. Signore, J.L.A. Paijmans, D.P. Domning, J. Velez-Juarbe, C. Bauer, K. He, L. Crerar, P.F. Campos, W.J. Murphy, R.M. Meredith, J. Gatesy, E. Willerslev, R.D.E. MacPhee, M. Hofreiter and K.L. Campbell. (2015).  Interordinal gene capture, the phylogenetic position of Steller’s sea cow based on molecular and morphological data, and the macroevolutionary history of Sirenia. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 91 (10), 178-193.
  • Trana MR, Roth JD, Tomy G, Anderson WG, Ferguson S (2015). Influence of sample degradation and tissue depth on blubber cortisol in beluga whales. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 462, 8-13.
  • Young, I., Renault S. and Markham J (2015). Low levels organic amendments improve fertility and plant cover on non-acid generating gold mine tailings. Ecological Engineering 74, 250-257.