Colleen Cassady St Clair
Colleen Cassady St Clair
Professor of Biological Sciences, University of Alberta
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Corridors for conservation: integrating pattern and process
CLB Chetkiewicz, CC St. Clair, MS Boyce
Annu. Rev. Ecol. Evol. Syst. 37, 317-342, 2006
Spatial responses of wolves to roads and trails in mountain valleys
J Whittington, CC St. Clair, G Mercer
Ecological applications 15 (2), 543-553, 2005
Plants integrate information about nutrients and neighbors
JF Cahill Jr, GG McNickle, JJ Haag, EG Lamb, SM Nyanumba, ...
Science 328 (5986), 1657-1657, 2010
Effects of road networks on bird populations
AV Kociolek, AP Clevenger, CC St. Clair, DS Proppe
Conservation Biology 25 (2), 241-249, 2011
Riparian corridors enhance movement of a forest specialist bird in fragmented tropical forest
CS Gillies, CC St. Clair
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 105 (50), 19774-19779, 2008
Anthropogenic noise decreases urban songbird diversity and may contribute to homogenization
DS Proppe, CB Sturdy, CC St. Clair
Global change biology 19 (4), 1075-1084, 2013
Tufted puffin reproduction reveals ocean climate variability
C Gjerdrum, AMJ Vallée, CC St. Clair, DF Bertram, JL Ryder, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 100 (16), 9377-9382, 2003
High levels of habitat loss and fragmentation limit reproductive success by reducing home range size and provisioning rates of Northern saw-whet owls
HL Hinam, CCS Clair
Biological Conservation 141 (2), 524-535, 2008
Path tortuosity and the permeability of roads and trails to wolf movement
J Whittington, CC St. Clair, G Mercer
Ecology and Society 9 (1), 2004
Winter responses of forest birds to habitat corridors and gaps
CC St. Clair, M Bélisle, A Desrochers, S Hannon
Conservation Ecology 2 (2), 1998
Research priorities from animal behaviour for maximising conservation progress
AL Greggor, O Berger-Tal, DT Blumstein, L Angeloni, C Bessa-Gomes, ...
Trends in ecology & evolution 31 (12), 953-964, 2016
Predicting the continuum between corridors and barriers to animal movements using Step Selection Functions and Randomized Shortest Paths
M Panzacchi, B Van Moorter, O Strand, M Saerens, I Kivimäki, ...
Journal of Animal Ecology 85 (1), 32-42, 2016
Greater consumption of protein‐poor anthropogenic food by urban relative to rural coyotes increases diet breadth and potential for human–wildlife conflict
M Murray, A Cembrowski, ADM Latham, VM Lukasik, S Pruss, CC St Clair
Ecography 38 (12), 1235-1242, 2015
Cumulative effects of barriers on the movements of forest birds
M Bélisle, CC St. Clair
Conservation Ecology 5 (2), 2002
Landscape and traffic factors influencing deer–vehicle collisions in an urban enviroment
JW Ng, C Nielsen, CC St. Clair
Human-Wildlife Conflicts 2 (1), 34-47, 2008
Flexible habitat selection by cougars in response to anthropogenic development
AA Knopff, KH Knopff, MS Boyce, CCS Clair
Biological Conservation 178, 136-145, 2014
Physiology, behavior, and conservation
SJ Cooke, DT Blumstein, R Buchholz, T Caro, E Fernandez-Juricic, ...
Physiological and Biochemical Zoology 87 (1), 1-14, 2014
Elements that promote highway crossing structure use by small mammals in Banff National Park
W McDonald, CC St. Clair
Journal of Applied Ecology, 82-93, 2004
A systematic survey of the integration of animal behavior into conservation
RS Oded Berger-Tal, Daniel Blumstein, Scott Carroll, Robert Fisher, Sarah ...
Conservation Biology 30 (4), 744:753, 2015
Factors affecting the permeability of transportation and riparian corridors to the movements of songbirds in an urban landscape
MA Tremblay, CC St. Clair
Journal of Applied Ecology 46 (6), 1314-1322, 2009
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