James Paterson
James Paterson
Research Scientist, Institute for Wetland and Waterfowl Research, Ducks Unlimited Canada
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Improving science-based invasive species management with physiological knowledge, concepts, and tools
R Lennox, K Choi, PM Harrison, JE Paterson, TB Peat, TD Ward, ...
Biological Invasions 17, 2213-2227, 2015
Revealing a cryptic life-history stage: differences in habitat selection and survivorship between hatchlings of two turtle species at risk (Glyptemys insculpta and Emydoidea …
JE Paterson, BD Steinberg, JD Litzgus
Wildlife Research 39 (5), 408-418, 2012
Generally specialized or especially general? Habitat selection by Snapping Turtles (Chelydra serpentina) in central Ontario
JE Paterson, BD Steinberg, JD Litzgus
canadian Journal of Zoology 90 (2), 139-149, 2012
Not just any old pile of dirt: evaluating the use of artificial nesting mounds as conservation tools for freshwater turtles
JE Paterson, BD Steinberg, JD Litzgus
Oryx 47 (4), 607-615, 2013
Density‐dependent habitat selection predicts fitness and abundance in a small lizard
JE Paterson, G Blouin‐Demers
Oikos 127 (3), 448-459, 2018
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
Do ectotherms partition thermal resources? We still do not know
JE Paterson, G Blouin-Demers
Oecologia 183 (2), 337-345, 2017
Effects of body size, habitat selection and exposure on hatchling turtle survival
JE Paterson, BD Steinberg, JD Litzgus
Journal of Zoology 294 (4), 278-285, 2014
When righting is wrong: performance measures require rank repeatability for estimates of individual fitness
CM Davy, JE Paterson, AE Leifso
Animal Behaviour 93, 15-23, 2014
Transcriptional host–pathogen responses of Pseudogymnoascus destructans and three species of bats with white-nose syndrome
CM Davy, ME Donaldson, H Bandouchova, AM Breit, NAS Dorville, ...
Virulence 11 (1), 781-794, 2020
Nesting sites in agricultural landscapes may reduce the reproductive success of populations of Blanding’s Turtles (Emydoidea blandingii)
AB Mui, CB Edge, JE Paterson, B Caverhill, B Johnson, JD Litzgus, Y He
Canadian Journal of Zoology 94 (1), 61-67, 2016
Distinguishing discrete polymorphism from continuous variation in throat colour of tree lizards, Urosaurus ornatus
JE Paterson, G Blouin-Demers
Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 121 (1), 72-81, 2017
Road avoidance and its energetic consequences for reptiles
JE Paterson, J Baxter‐Gilbert, F Beaudry, S Carstairs, P Chow‐Fraser, ...
Ecology and Evolution 9 (17), 9794-9803, 2019
Population reinforcement accelerates subadult recruitment rates in an endangered freshwater turtle
S Carstairs, JE Paterson, KL Jager, D Gasbarrini, AB Mui, CM Davy
Animal Conservation 22 (6), 589-599, 2019
Foraging ecology of spotted turtles (Clemmys guttata) in Ontario, Canada
ML Rasmussen, JE Paterson, JD Litzgus
Herpetological Review 40 (3), 286, 2009
Revisiting ophidiomycosis (snake fungal disease) after a decade of targeted research
CM Davy, L Shirose, D Campbell, R Dillon, C McKenzie, N Nemeth, ...
Frontiers in Veterinary Science 8, 665805, 2021
Tree lizard (Urosaurus ornatus) growth decreases with population density, but increases with habitat quality
JE Paterson, G Blouin‐Demers
Journal of Experimental Zoology Part A: Ecological and Integrative …, 2018
High tolerance of two parasites in ornate tree lizards reduces the fitness costs of parasitism
JE Paterson, G Blouin‐Demers
Journal of Zoology 312 (2), 102-110, 2020
Male throat colour polymorphism is related to differences in space use and in habitat selection in tree lizards
JE Paterson, G Blouin‐Demers
Journal of Zoology 306 (2), 101-109, 2018
Individual and synergistic effects of habitat loss and roads on reptile occupancy
JE Paterson, T Pulfer, E Horrigan, S Sukumar, BI Vezina, R Zimmerling, ...
Global Ecology and Conservation 31, e01865, 2021
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