Publications

In Review, Press

  1. Cavedon, M., Gubili, C., Heppenheimer, E., vonHoldt, B., Mariani, S., Hebblewhite, M ., Hegel, T., Hervieux, D., Serrouya, R., Steenweg, R ., Weckworth, B., Musiani, M. 2018. Genes, environment and balancing selection in behaviorally bimodal populations: the caribou case. Molecular Ecology, In Review.
  2. Boelman, N., Liston, G., Gurarie, E., Meddens, A., Mahoney, P, Kirchner, P., Bohrer, G., Brinkman, T., Cosgrove, C., Eitel, J., Hebblewhite, M., Kimball, J., LaPoint, S., Nolin, A., Hojlund, P.S., Prugh, L., Reinking, A., Vierling, L. 2018. Integrating snow science and wildlife ecology in Arctic-boreal North America. Environmental Research Letters, In Review. 
  3. Pigeon, K., Stenhouse, G., Hebblewhite, M., Musiani, M., Neufeld, L., Cranston, J., MacEarney, D., Schmiegelow, F. 2018. The density of anthropogenic features explains seasonal and behaviour-based functional responses in selection of linear features by a social predator. Scientific Reports, In Revision. 
  4. Muhly, T., Johnson, C.A., Hebblewhite, M. , Neilson, E.W., Fortin, D., Fryxell, J.M., Latham, A.D., Latham, M.C., McLoughlin, P.D., Merrill, E.H., Paquet, P.C., Patterson, B.R., Schmiegelow, F., Scurrah, F., Musiani, M. 2018. Functional responses of wolves to human development across Boreal ecosystems. Environmental Research Letters, In Revision. 
  5. Mahoney, P.J., Liston, G.E., Lapoint, S.D., Gurarie, E., Mangiapane, B., Wells, A., Brinkman, T.J., Eitel, J., Hebblewhite, M., Nolin, A., Boelman, N.T. & Prugh, L.R. (2018) Navigating snowscapes: scale-dependent responses of mountain sheep to snowpack properties. Ecological Applications, In Press.
  6. Finnegan, L., Pigeon, K.E., Cranston, J., Hebblewhite, M., Musiani, M., Neufeld, L., Schmiegelow, F., Duval, J. & Stenhouse, G. (2018) Natural regeneration on seismic lines influences behaviour of wolves and grizzly bears. PLoS One, In Press.

Published

  1. Eacker, D.R., Hebblewhite, M., Steenweg, R., Russell, M., Flasko, A. & Hervieux, D. (2018) Web-based application for estimating threatened woodland caribou population trends. Wildlife Society Bulletin, EarlyView Online.
  2. Buchanan, G. M., A. E. Beresford, M. Hebblewhite , F. J. Escobedo, H. M. de Klerk, P. F. Donald, P. Escribano, L. P. Koh, J. Martinez-Lopez, N. Pettorelli, A. K. Skidmore, Z. Szantoi, K. Tabor, M. Wegmann, and S. Wich. 2018. Free satellite data key to conservation. Science 361:139-140. DOI: 10.1126/science. aau2650 
  3. Weckworth, B., Hebblewhite, M., Mariani, S., Musiani, M. 2018. Lines on a map: conservation units, meta-population dynamics and recovery of woodland caribou in Canada. Ecosphere, 9(7): e02323.
  4. Finnegan, L., Pigeon, K., Cranston, J., Hebblewhite, M ., Musiani, M., Neufeld, L., Schmiegelow, F., Duval, J. Stenhouse, G. 2018. Natural regeneration on seismic lines influences movement behavior of wolves and grizzly bears. PLoS One 13(4): e0195480. 
  5. Tucker, M. A., Bohning-Gaese, K., Fagan, W. F., Fryxell, J. M., Van Moorter, B., Alberts, S. C., Ali, A. H., Allen, A. M., Attias, N., Avgar, T., Bartlam-Brooks, H., Bayarbaatar, B., Belant, J. L., Bertassoni, A., Beyer, D., Bidner, L., van Beest, F. M., Blake, S., Blaum, N., Bracis, C., Brown, D., de Bruyn, P. J. N., Cagnacci, F., Calabrese, J. M., Camilo-Alves, C., Chamaille-Jammes, S., Chiaradia, A., Davidson, S. C., Dennis, T., DeStefano, S., Diefenbach, D., Douglas-Hamilton, I., Fennessy, J., Fichtel, C., Fiedler, W., Fischer, C., Fischhoff, I., Fleming, C. H., Ford, A. T., Fritz, S. A., Gehr, B., Goheen, J. R., Gurarie, E., Hebblewhite, M., Heurich, M., Hewison, A. J. M., Hof, C., Hurme, E., Isbell, L. A., Janssen, R., Jeltsch, F., Kaczensky, P., Kane, A., Kappeler, P. M., Kauffman, M., Kays, R., Kimuyu, D., Koch, F., Kranstauber, B., LaPoint, S., Leimgruber, P., Linnell, J. D. C., Lopez-Lopez, P., Markham, A. C., Mattisson, J., Medici, E. P., Mellone, U., Merrill, E., de Miranda Mourao, G., Morato, R. G., Morellet, N., Morrison, T. A., Diaz-Munoz, S. L., Mysterud, A., Nandintsetseg, D., Nathan, R., Niamir, A., Odden, J., O'Hara, R. B., Oliveira-Santos, L. G. R., Olson, K. A., Patterson, B. D., Cunha de Paula, R., Pedrotti, L., Reineking, B., Rimmler, M., Rogers, T. L., Rolandsen, C. M., Rosenberry, C. S., Rubenstein, D. I., Safi, K., Said, S., Sapir, N., Sawyer, H., Schmidt, N. M., Selva, N., Sergiel, A., Shiilegdamba, E., Silva, J. P., Singh, N., Solberg, E. J., Spiegel, O., Strand, O., Sundaresan, S., Ullmann, W., Voigt, U., Wall, J., Wattles, D., Wikelski, M., Wilmers, C. C., Wilson, J. W., Wittemyer, G., Zieba, F., Zwijacz-Kozica, T., Mueller, T. 2018. Moving in the Anthropocene: Global reductions in terrestrial mammalian movements. Science. 359(6374), 466-469. DOI: 10.1126/science.aam9712
  6. Hebblewhite, M. 2017. Billion dollar boreal woodland caribou and the biodiversity impacts of the global oil and gas industry. Biological Conservation. 206, 102-111. DOI:10.1016/j.biocon.2016.12.014
  7. Gurarie, E., Cagnacci, F., Peters, W., Fleming, C. H., Calabrese, J. M., Mueller, T., Fagan, W. F. 2017. A framework for modelling range shifts and migrations: asking when, whither, whether and will it return. Journal of Animal Ecology. 86(4), 943-959. DOI: 10.1111/1365-2656.12674
  8. Gurarie, E., Cagnacci, F., Peters, W., Fleming, C. H., Calabrese, J. M., Mueller, T., Fagan, W. F. 2017. A framework for modelling range shifts and migrations: asking when, whither, whether and will it return. Journal of Animal Ecology. 86(4), 943-959. DOI:10.1111/1365-2656.12674
  9. Gurarie, E., Fleming, C. H., Fagan, W. F., Laidre, K. L., Hernandez-Pliego, J., Ovaskainen, O. 2017. Correlated velocity models as a fundamental unit of animal movement: synthesis and applications. Movement Ecology. 5(1). DOI: 10.1186/s40462-017-0103-3

Presentations

  1. J. Macander, E.C. Palm, P.R. Nelson, M. Hebblewhite, J. Herriges, G.V. Frost. Calibration and Validation of Fractional Lichen Cover Mapping. Poster presentation. NASA ABoVE Science Team Meeting, January 23–26, 2018. Seattle, WA. 
  2. Palm, E.C., M.J. Macander, P.R. Nelson, D.P. Paradis, M. Hebblewhite. Mapping lichen coverage across caribou herds using high-resolution imagery from consumer unmanned aerial vehicles. Poster presentation. NASA ABoVE Science Team Meeting, January 23–26, 2018. Seattle, WA. 
  3. Ehlers, L.P.W. 2017. Analysis of statistical power to detect changes in the proportion of lichen in the summer diet of caribou in the Fortymile Caribou Herd.  Report prepared for the University of Montana WBIO541 class and to the Fortymile Caribou Herd Working Group of collaborators.
  4. Ehlers, L.P.W., J. Herriges, M. Suitor, M. Hebblewhite, T. Bentzen, K. Joly, J. Gross, J. Wells, and K. Russell.  Maxed Out? Assessing forage quality and forage availability for a northern ungulate that may be approaching food-regulated carrying capacity. Poster presentation for the Northwest Chapter of The Wildlife Society annual meeting, Anchorage Alaska, March 26 – April 1, 2018.  3rd place best student poster presentation.
  5. Palm, E.C., M. Macander, P. Nelson, D. Paradis and M. Hebblewhite.  Using high-resolution imagery from unmanned aerial vehicles to train and validate fractional lichen cover maps for caribou ranges.  Oral presentation for the Northwest Chapter of The Wildlife Society annual meeting, Anchorage Alaska, March 26 – April 1, 2018. 1st place best student oral presentation.
  6. Palm, E.C. and M. Hebblewhite. From resource selection to ecosystem services: ecosystem-scale spatially-explicit demographic models for caribou. Poster presentation by M. Hebblewhite for NASA Ecological Forecasting and Biodiversity Team meeting, Washington D.C., April 24, 2018.

Reports

  1. Macander, M., G.V. Frost, and E. Palm. 2018. Lichen cover mapping for the range of the Fortymile Caribou Herd, Alaska and the Yukon Territory (pdf file). Report prepared for the Bureau of Land Management Fairbanks, Alaska and the Department of Environment, Government of Yukon, Whitehorse, Yukon, Canada.