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
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
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
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
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
The use of anthropogenic linear features by wolves in northeastern Alberta
MM Dickie
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
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
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
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
Evaluating functional recovery of habitat for threatened woodland caribou. Ecosphere 8, e01936
M Dickie, R Serrouya, C DeMars, J Cranston, S Boutin
‘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
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
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
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
Intervention-forward adaptive management in the face of extinction
M Dickie, AT Ford, R Steenweg, R Serrouya
Trends in Ecology & Evolution, 2023
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