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ArcticWOLVES FINAL REPORT

2011 final synthesis report

ArcticWOLVES PUBLICATIONS

publication list 2007-2015

FIELD REPORTS

2009 field report
2008 field report
2007 field report

KEY PUBLICATIONS PER FIELD SITES

General

ArcticWOLVES Food Webs

Gauthier, G., Berteaux, D., 2007. Arctic Wildlife Observatories Linking Vulnerable EcoSystems (ArcticWOLVES). A study of the impact of climate change on tundra wildlife. IPY meeting, Ottawa, October 2007.

Cape Churchill Peninsula, Wapusk National Park, Manitoba

Jefferies, R.L., R.F. Rockwell, and K.F. Abraham. 2003. The embarrassment of riches: agricultural food subsidies, high goose numbers, and loss of Arctic wetlands - a continuing saga. Environmental Reviews 11:193-232.

Walker Bay, Kent Peninsula, NunavutTerritory

Morris, D.W., B.P. Kotler, J.S. Brown, V. Sundararaj, and S.B. Ale. 2009. Behavioral indicators for conserving mammal diversity. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 1162:334-356.

Morris, D.W., and S. Mukherjee. 2007. Can we measure carrying capacity with foraging behavior? Ecology 88:597-604.

Morris, D.W. 2004. Some crucial consequences of adaptive habitat selection by predators and prey: apparent mutualisms, competitive ghosts, habitat abandonment, and spatial structure. Israel Journal of Zoology 50:207-232.

Morris, D.W., D.L. Davidson, and C.J. Krebs. 2000. Measuring the ghost of competition: insights from density-dependent habitat selection on the coexistence and dynamics of lemmings. Evolutionary Ecology Research 2:41-67.

Bylot Island, Sirmilik National Park, Nunavut Territory

Gauthier, G., J.-F. Giroux, A. Reed, A. Béchet, and L. Bélanger. 2005. Interactions between land use, habitat use, and population increase in Greater Snow Geese: what are the consequences for natural wetlands? Global Change Biology 11:856-868.

Gauthier, G., J. Bêty, J.-F. Giroux, and L. Rochefort. 2004. Trophic interactions in a high Arctic Snow Goose colony. Integrative and Comparative Biology 44:119-129.

Gauthier, G., L. Rochefort, and Austin Reed. 1996. The exploitation of wetland ecosystems by herbivores on Bylot Island. Geoscience Canada 23:253-259.

Allard, M. 1996. Geomorphological changes and permafrost dynamics: key factors in changing arctic ecosystems. An example from Bylot Island, Nunavut, Canada. Geoscience Canada 22:205-212.

Eureka, Nunavut Territory

Tener, J.S. 1963. Queen Elizabeth Islands game survey, 1961. Canadian Wildlife Service, Occasional Paper No. 4, 49 pp.

Parmelee, D.F. and S.D. MacDonald. 1960. The birds of west-central Ellesmere Island and adjacent areas. Natural Museaum of Canada. Bulletin No. 169, 103 pp.

Alert, Nunavut Territory

Morrison, R.I.G., N.C. Davidson, and T. Piersma. 2005. Transformations at high latitudes: why do Red Knots bring body stores to the breeding grounds? Condor 107:449-457.

Cartar, R.V. and R.I.G. Morrison. 2005. Metabolic correlates of leg length in breeding arctic shorebirds: the cost of getting high. Journal of Biogeography 32:377-382.

Morrison, R.I.G. and K.A. Hobson. 2004. Use of body stores in shorebirds after arrival on high-arctic breeding grounds. Auk 121:333-344.