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Scientific Publications (Referred)
Tracking dispersal across a patchy landscape reveals a dynamic relationship between genotype and habitat structure.
A. H. Edelsparre, Fitzpatrick, M. J., Rodríguez, M. A. & Sokolowski, M. B.
. In pressSeptember 2020https://doi.org/10.1111/oik.07368 PDF
Habitat connectivity is determined by the scale of habitat loss and dispersal strategy.
A.H. Edelsparre, Shahid, A., and Fitzpatrick, M.J.Ecology and Evolution
. 8: 5508-5514.May 2018https://doi.org/10.1002/ece3.4072 PDF
Alleles underlying larval foraging behaviour influence adult dispersal in nature.
A.H. Edelsparre, Vesterberg, A., Lim, J. H., Anwari, M., & Fitzpatrick, M. J.Ecology Letters
. 17: 333-399.January 2014https://doi.org/10.1111/ele.12234 PDF
Risk taking not foraging behaviour predicts dispersal in recently emerged stream brook charr (Salvelinus fontinalis).
A.H. Edelsparre, McLaughlin R.L. & Rodríguez, M.Ecosphere
, 4, art73: 1-19.June 2013https://doi.org/10.1890/ES13-00013.1 PDF
Edelsparre, A.H. 2014. Analysing habitat predictors of forest birds using breeding bird atlas data. Report to Canadian Wildlife Services.
Edelsparre, A.H., T.L. Pulfer, J.I. McCarter, R. White and T. Lobb. 2014. Successful monitoring project of an aquatic reptile, Regina septemvittata. Report to the Canadian Wildlife Federation and the Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources.
Edelsparre, A.H. and T.L. Pulfer 2014. Where have all the flowers gone: Even common species are affected by climate change. Ontario Nature: Nature Summer 2014: 8.