William D Halliday
William D Halliday
Associate Conservation Scientist, Wildlife Conservation Society Canada
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TitleCited byYear
Red flour beetles balance thermoregulation and food acquisition via density‐dependent habitat selection
WD Halliday, G Blouin‐Demers
Journal of Zoology 294 (3), 198-205, 2014
342014
High temperature intensifies negative density dependence of fitness in red flour beetles
WD Halliday, AS Thomas, G Blouin‐Demers
Ecology and Evolution 5 (5), 1061-1067, 2015
242015
Potential impacts of shipping noise on marine mammals in the western Canadian Arctic
WD Halliday, SJ Insley, RC Hilliard, T de Jong, MK Pine
Marine pollution bulletin 123 (1-2), 73-82, 2017
202017
Differential fitness in field and forest explains density-independent habitat selection by gartersnakes
WD Halliday, G Blouin-Demers
Oecologia 181 (3), 841-851, 2016
172016
Patch use and vigilance by sympatric lemmings in predator and competitor-driven landscapes of fear
A Dupuch, DW Morris, WD Halliday
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 68 (2), 299-308, 2014
172014
Safety from predators or competitors? Interference competition leads to apparent predation risk
WD Halliday, DW Morris
Journal of Mammalogy 94 (6), 1380-1392, 2013
172013
Efficacy of coverboards for sampling small northern snakes
WD Halliday, G Blouin-Demers
Herpetology Notes 8, 309-314, 2015
162015
A stringent test of the thermal coadaptation hypothesis in flour beetles
WD Halliday, G Blouin-Demers
Journal of thermal biology 52, 108-116, 2015
142015
Testosterone, body size, and sexual signals predict parasite load in Yarrow’s Spiny Lizards (Sceloporus jarrovii)
WD Halliday, JE Paterson, LD Patterson, SJ Cooke, G Blouin-Demers
Canadian journal of zoology 92 (12), 1075-1082, 2014
142014
Climate-induced habitat selection predicts future evolutionary strategies of lemmings
DW Morris, A Dupuch, WD Halliday
Evolutionary Ecology Research 14 (6), 689-705, 2012
112012
Vessel traffic in the Canadian Arctic: Management solutions for minimizing impacts on whales in a changing northern region
LH McWhinnie, WD Halliday, SJ Insley, C Hilliard, RR Canessa
Ocean & Coastal Management 160, 1-17, 2018
92018
Exploratory and defensive behaviours change with sex and body size in eastern garter snakes (Thamnophis sirtalis)
Z Maillet, WD Halliday, G Blouin-Demers
Journal of ethology 33 (1), 47-54, 2015
92015
Seasonal patterns in ocean ambient noise near Sachs Harbour, Northwest Territories
SJ Insley, WD Halliday, T de Jong
Arctic, 239-248, 2017
82017
Faecal corticosterone metabolite concentrations are not a good predictor of habitat suitability for common gartersnakes
WD Halliday, KM Gilmour, G Blouin-Demers
Conservation physiology 3 (1), 2015
62015
Male and female voles do not differ in their assessments of predation risk
WD Halliday, DW Morris, JA Devito, DM Start
Ecoscience 21 (1), 61-68, 2014
52014
Assessing vessel slowdown for reducing auditory masking for marine mammals and fish of the western Canadian Arctic
MK Pine, DE Hannay, SJ Insley, WD Halliday, F Juanes
Marine pollution bulletin 135, 290-302, 2018
42018
First description of a glass sponge reef soundscape reveals fish calls and elevated sound pressure levels
SK Archer, WD Halliday, A Riera, X Mouy, MK Pine, JWF Chu, A Dunham, ...
Marine Ecology Progress Series 595, 245-252, 2018
42018
Can skin temperature be used as a proxy for body temperature in gartersnakes
WD Halliday, G Blouin-Demers
Herpetological Review 48 (4), 731-734, 2017
42017
Tourist vessel traffic in important whale areas in the western Canadian Arctic: Risks and possible management solutions
WD Halliday, PL TÍtu, J Dawson, SJ Insley, RC Hilliard
Marine Policy 97, 72-81, 2018
32018
A test of the thermal coadaptation hypothesis with ultimate measures of fitness in flour beetles
WD Halliday, G Blouin-Demers
Journal of thermal biology 69, 206-212, 2017
32017
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