Christina Semeniuk
Christina Semeniuk
Associate Professor of the Great Lakes Institute of Environmental Research, University of Windsor
Verified email at uwindsor.ca
TitleCited byYear
Parent‐offspring conflict in the evolution of vertebrate reproductive mode
B Crespi, C Semeniuk
The American Naturalist 163 (5), 635-653, 2004
2432004
The role of agent-based models in wildlife ecology and management
AJ McLane, C Semeniuk, GJ McDermid, DJ Marceau
Ecological Modelling 222 (8), 1544-1556, 2011
1712011
Human activity helps prey win the predator-prey space race
TB Muhly, C Semeniuk, A Massolo, L Hickman, M Musiani
PloS one 6 (3), e17050, 2011
1572011
Hematological differences between stingrays at tourist and non-visited sites suggest physiological costs of wildlife tourism
CAD Semeniuk, S Bourgeon, SL Smith, KD Rothley
Biological Conservation 142 (8), 1818-1829, 2009
992009
Costs of group-living for a normally solitary forager: effects of provisioning tourism on southern stingrays Dasyatis americana
CAD Semeniuk, KD Rothley
Marine Ecology Progress Series 357, 271-282, 2008
912008
Pre-laying climatic cues can time reproduction to optimally match offspring hatching and ice conditions in an Arctic marine bird
OP Love, HG Gilchrist, S Descamps, CAD Semeniuk, J BÍty
Oecologia 164 (1), 277-286, 2010
672010
A multi‐attribute trade‐off approach for advancing the management of marine wildlife tourism: a quantitative assessment of heterogeneous visitor preferences
CAD Semeniuk, W Haider, B Beardmore, KD Rothley
Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems 19 (2), 194-208, 2009
662009
Using fatty-acid profile analysis as an ecologic indicator in the management of tourist impacts on marine wildlife: a case of stingray-feeding in the Caribbean
CAD Semeniuk, B Speers-Roesch, KD Rothley
Environmental management 40 (4), 665-677, 2007
612007
Evidence for baseline glucocorticoids as mediators of reproductive investment in a wild bird
OP Love, CL Madliger, S Bourgeon, CAD Semeniuk, TD Williams
General and Comparative Endocrinology, 2014
492014
Cost/benefit analysis of group and solitary resting in the cowtail stingray, Pastinachus sephen
CAD Semeniuk, LM Dill
Behavioral Ecology 16 (2), 417-426, 2005
472005
Dog-walking behaviours affect gastrointestinal parasitism in park-attending dogs.
AF Smith, CAD Semeniuk, SJ Kutz, A Massolo
Parasites & vectors 7, 429-429, 2014
402014
A linked model of animal ecology and human behavior for the management of wildlife tourism
CAD Semeniuk, W Haider, A Cooper, KD Rothley
Ecological Modelling 221 (22), 2699-2713, 2010
402010
Effects of lipid extraction and the utility of lipid normalization models on δ13C and δ15N values in Arctic marine mammal tissues
DJ Yurkowski, NE Hussey, C Semeniuk, SH Ferguson, AT Fisk
Polar Biology 38 (2), 131-143, 2015
392015
Anti‐Predator Benefits of Mixed‐Species Groups of Cowtail Stingrays (Pastinachus sephen) and Whiprays (Himantura uarnak) at Rest
CAD Semeniuk, LM Dill
Ethology 112 (1), 33-43, 2006
392006
Spatial and temporal variation of an ice-adapted predator’s feeding ecology in a changing Arctic marine ecosystem
DJ Yurkowski, SH Ferguson, CAD Semeniuk, TM Brown, DCG Muir, ...
Oecologia 180 (3), 631-644, 2016
372016
Heterogeneity among Rural Resident Attitudes Toward Wolves
CC Sponarski, C Semeniuk, JA Glikman, AJ Bath, M Musiani
Human Dimensions of Wildlife 18 (4), 239-248, 2013
322013
Assessing baseline stress physiology as an integrator of environmental quality in a wild avian population: Implications for use as a conservation biomarker
CL Madliger, CAD Semeniuk, CM Harris, OP Love
Biological Conservation 192, 409-417, 2015
282015
Incorporating behavioral–ecological strategies in pattern-oriented modeling of caribou habitat use in a highly industrialized landscape
CAD Semeniuk, M Musiani, M Hebblewhite, S Grindal, DJ Marceau
Ecological Modelling 243, 18-32, 2012
252012
Latitudinal variation in ecological opportunity and intraspecific competition indicates differences in niche variability and diet specialization of Arctic marine predators
DJ Yurkowski, S Ferguson, ES Choy, LL Loseto, TM Brown, DCG Muir, ...
Ecology and evolution 6 (6), 1666-1678, 2016
242016
Glucocorticoids in fish eggs: variation, interactions with the environment, and the potential to shape offspring fitness
NM Sopinka, PM Capelle, CAD Semeniuk, OP Love
Physiological and Biochemical Zoology 90 (1), 15-33, 2017
212017
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