Melanie Dickie
Melanie Dickie
Biodiversity Pathways; University of British Columbia Okanagan; University of Alberta
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Faster and farther: wolf movement on linear features and implications for hunting behaviour
M Dickie, R Serrouya, RS McNay, S Boutin
Journal of Applied Ecology 54 (1), 253-263, 2017
Corridors or risk? Movement along, and use of, linear features varies predictably among large mammal predator and prey species
M Dickie, SR McNay, GD Sutherland, M Cody, T Avgar
Journal of Animal Ecology 89 (2), 623-634, 2020
Evaluating functional recovery of habitat for threatened woodland caribou
M Dickie, R Serrouya, C DeMars, J Cranston, S Boutin
Ecosphere 8 (9), e01936, 2017
Habitat loss accelerates for the endangered woodland caribou in western Canada
M Nagy‐Reis, M Dickie, AM Calvert, M Hebblewhite, D Hervieux, DR Seip, ...
Conservation Science and Practice 3 (7), e437, 2021
Trophic consequences of terrestrial eutrophication for a threatened ungulate
R Serrouya, M Dickie, C Lamb, H van Oort, AP Kelly, C DeMars, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society B 288 (1943), 20202811, 2021
Evaluating the mechanisms of landscape change on white‐tailed deer populations
M Laurent, M Dickie, M Becker, R Serrouya, S Boutin
The Journal of Wildlife Management 85 (2), 340-353, 2021
Predicting the effects of restoring linear features on woodland caribou populations
R Serrouya, M Dickie, C DeMars, MJ Wittmann, S Boutin
Ecological Modelling 416, 108891, 2020
Resource exploitation efficiency collapses the home range of an apex predator
M Dickie, R Serrouya, T Avgar, P McLoughlin, RS McNay, C DeMars, ...
Ecology 103 (5), e3642, 2022
Applying and testing a novel method to estimate animal density from motion‐triggered cameras
M Becker, DJ Huggard, M Dickie, C Warbington, J Schieck, E Herdman, ...
Ecosphere 13 (4), e4005, 2022
Slowing down wolves to protect boreal caribou populations: a spatial simulation model of linear feature restoration
MC Spangenberg, R Serrouya, M Dickie, CA DeMars, T Michelot, ...
Ecosphere 10 (10), e02904, 2019
Multiple lines of evidence for predator and prey responses to caribou habitat restoration
M Dickie, RS McNay, GD Sutherland, GG Sherman, M Cody
Biological Conservation 256, 109032, 2021
A burning question: what are the implications of forest fires for woodland caribou?
S Konkolics, M Dickie, R Serrouya, D Hervieux, S Boutin
The Journal of Wildlife Management 85 (8), 1685-1698, 2021
The use of anthropogenic linear features by wolves in northeastern Alberta
MM Dickie
Evaluating the impact of caribou habitat restoration on predator and prey movement
M Dickie, G Sutherland, G Shermann, S McNay, M Cody
Conservation Biology, 2022
‘WildLift’: an open-source tool to guide decisions for wildlife conservation
M Nagy-Reis, M Dickie, P Sólymos, SL Gilbert, CA DeMars, R Serrouya, ...
Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 8, 564508, 2020
Evaluating functional recovery of habitat for threatened woodland caribou. Ecosphere 8, e01936
M Dickie, R Serrouya, C DeMars, J Cranston, S Boutin
Where to begin? A flexible framework to prioritize caribou habitat restoration
M Dickie, C Bampfylde, TJ Habib, M Cody, K Benesh, M Kellner, ...
Restoration Ecology, e13873, 2023
Density Estimates of Unmarked Large Mammals at Camera Traps Vary among Models, Species, and Years, Signalling Importance of Model Assumptions
J Fisher, J Burgar, M Dickie, C Burton, R Serrouya
The importance of survey timing on shorebird density estimates at East Bay, Nunavut, Canada
M Dickie, PA Smith, HG Gilchrist
Waterbirds: The International Journal of Waterbird Biology 37 (4), 394-401, 2014
Intervention-forward adaptive management in the face of extinction
M Dickie, AT Ford, R Steenweg, R Serrouya
Trends in Ecology & Evolution 38 (6), 505-506, 2023
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